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    Section A: Main: Calendar
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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    Section A: Main: Business
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living
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        page A 10
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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    Section B: Sports
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MIDWEEK EDITION
JULY 19, 2006


T"BEACHES


Vol. 44, No. 8


Artlife gets a

new hmne
See A-9


LEADER


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


JB mayor



questions



fire dept.



competence


by LIZA MITCHELL
ST.AFF. I'VRITER
Concerned about high turnover rates
at the city's Fire Department. Jacksonville
Beach Mayor Fland Sharp Monday lashed
out at Fire Chief Gary Frazier and ques-
tioned whether the department can han-
dle any additional responsibilities.
The City Council approved a memo of
understanding between the City of
Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach to
allow trained emergency personnel in
Jacksonville Beach to provide advanced
life support services prior to the arrival of
the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue crews.
"This is going to make our lives much
more complicated over there because we
are going to be dealing with drugs and
have a lot more equipment and train-
ing," Sharp said. "What concerns me is
we are having a hard time keeping fire-
fighters in Jacksonville Beach."
Since May, 2003, 10 firefighters and
one lieutenant resigned with notice from
the department and one lieutenant and
two shift captains retired with a mini-
mum of 29 years service, according to the
city's human resources office.
The firefighters averaged 2-4 years of
ser-ice before resigning, although former
Lt. Max Shafer Ir. was a 15-year veteran
when he resigned May 22.
"I used to be able to go over there and
see a lot of .guys I knew that had been


around for a while and that is hard to do
now," Sharp said.
"\V-hen you've got people with 15 years
seMice walking out the door and going to '
another agency and starting from scratch
again, that is like the canary and the coal
mine to me. Something is going on."
Fire Chief Gary Frazier said all of the
vacant positions have been filled and the
department "isn't having any more trou-
ble than we've always had," with an aver-
age loss of four people per year since
1997.
"I'm going to beg to differ here. You
have lost seven in the past six months
which is like one third of the depart-
ment," the mayor flatly countered.
"You've lost people that have had' 15
years of service in. There is no way you
can put a smiley face on that."
In 2006, two firefighters resigned in
April followed by four others in May,
including Shafer who offered no reason
in his letter of resignation. I
One firefighter was also terminated in
May after only 14 days on the job for
refusing to withdraw previous enroll-
'-ment in a Jacksonville Fire and Rescue
class.
Sharp said he was concerned that the
department was not up to par and that
adding a new.program
See FIRE, A-3


Photosby GRAHAM MARTIN
Jacksonville Beach firefighters work to extinguish a blaze that
destroyed a 35-foot yacht at 10:15 a.m. Monday at Beach Marine
at 2315 Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville Beach. Firefighters with
Jacksonville Fire, and Rescue also helped put out the fire which
burned for about 25 minutes. The cause of the fire is under investi-
gation. No one was injured.


Evacuations will take longer for this area


by ASHLEY MILLS
STAFF WRITER

Population growth and increased
traffic on limited evacuation corri-
dors in Duval County means that
evacuations must now be carried
out on a 48-hour timescale,, accord-
ing to the Northeast Florida
Hurricane Evacuation Study.
For a category three storm, the
expected evacuation time for Duval
County is 30 hours and increases to
40.75 hours for a category five
storm, according to the report.
Because hurricane track forecast-


ing operates on 24-hour prediction going to get hit by the storm,"
limits, citizens will receive orders to Preston said in an interview
evacuate before officials are certain Tuesday.
of a hurricane's path. "It's going to be very expensive,"
That means emergency manage- Preston added, explaining that
ment officials will need to orde- ., closing businesses interrupts -the
evacuations earlier than 24 houis county's economy.
before the storm hits something The last evacuation study for
that has never been donr.,bgfoq,_ Northeast Florida was conducted in
according -to Ed Presitn ,wi itftr4 '-vl998 and did not take into cohs.T-
Northeast Florida Regional eration the traffic delays created by
Council. residents evacuating from other
"It means that emergency.,man'-. counties.
ages and chief elected officials' ae
going to have to tell people to leave See EVACUATION, A-3
when were not even sure if they're


NB will reduce


its expenditures;


no change in


village rate


FROM STAFF
The Neptune Beach City
Council Monday had no qualms
with the city's proposed budget
for next fiscal year, which main-
tains the current tax rate of 2.9
mills.
Although that proposed tax
rate is the same, it is considered
a tax increase because the city is
not opting to use the rollback
rate, which would allow the city
to collect the same amount of
property tax revenue as the cur-
rent fiscal year, ending Sept. 30.
Due to increased property valua-
tions of about 15 percent, the
city will collect more tax rev-
enue with the proposed 2.9
mileage rate than it did this year
with the same rate. A mill is
equal to $1 for every $1,000 of
assessed taxable valuation.
City Manager Jim Jarboe told
councilors at their budget work-
shop that the city is holding the
tax rate at 2.9 mills even though
it is faced with drastic increases
in insurance costs. He said the
city is able to do so because of a
large increase in property valua-
tions, increases in sales tax rev-
enue, loans for City Hall and the
Police Building being paid off
and a reduction in employee
overtime.
In the proposed budget, the
city staff is asking for $4,742,070
in expenditures 2.92 percent
less than the cunent fiscal year's
approved budget.


The decrease in expenditures
is chiefly due to the $250,000
A1A project completion this
year and the loans for City Hall
and the Police Department
buildings being paid off, accord-
ing to the budget
The staff projects revenues for
next fiscal year at $4,743,65,
resulting in a surplus of $1,581,
according to the budget.
City Finance Director Steve
Ramsey said the proposed budg-
et is balanced without using any
reserves, which in the past have
been needed to balance the
budget.
Ramsey also credited that to
the city's increased revenues.
"We were very pleased that
the [projected] revenues came in
how they did," Ramsey said.
But Ramsey, when questioned
by a councilor, said the city may
have to increase the tax rate in
the future if the revenues
decrease.
The council scheduled the
first public hearing on the budg-
et for Sept. 11. A second hearing
will be required before adop-
tion.


Photo by JEFFREY MINTON
The public right of way at the Atlantic Boulevard street end will have restricted
holiday decorations this year. The Neptune Beach City Council Monday agreed
with the Atlantic Beach City Commission to not allow any private displays on
public rights of way. A holiday tree is the only decoration planned.

Councilor suggests Fair Share:

Businesses should pay

to cover cost. of impact


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRITER
Neptune Beach City Councilor Fred
Lee wants the city to explore the possi-
bility of requiring new businesses to
help financially mitigate the impact of
their developments on the city sern-ices
such as traffic and police.
Lee brought up the issue at the City
Council's Monday..workshop meeting
where his fellow bobuncilors said they
were interested in looking into the idea.
The issue has come up while the city
is in the midst of akontroversial devel-
opment application for a 117,000-
square-foot Wal-,lart supercenter at
630 Atlantic Boule'ard. City officials
are delaying consideration of the pro-
posed store until fli6re information is


available on the project's impact on
adjacent traffic. An increased burden
on the city's police force has also been
brought up as a concern by some city
officials who have said Wal-Mart stores
usually generate more police calls.
But Lee said that a "Fair share" pro-
gram, if adopted by the city, could help
mitigate those and other issue facing
the town in regards to the impact of
new, large businesses.
An example given Monday by Lee of
his "Fair Share" proposal would be
requiring Wal-Mart, if the store is
approved, to help pay the cost of hiring
an additional city police officer if it is
determined that crime at the store will
place a burden on the city's police
force.
See FAIR SHARE, A-3


Development plans

for Mayport are set
FROM STAFF
Vestcor, a development company which now
owns much of the riverfront property in
Mayport Village, July 27 is scheduled to pres-
ent its development plans for the area to the
Mayport Waterfront Partnership.
The special meeting of the partnership is
open to the public and set to begin at 8 a.m. at
the Hornblower Marine Services building at
4610 Ocean Street.
Partnership officials have said that Vestcor
plans to develop a mixed use project with retail
on the first floor and condominiums above.
They say the company is also interested in hav-
ing a public boardwalk along the riverfront.
The partnership for some time has been
working on an overlay district for the village to
preserve among other things the area's fishing
heritage during the planned redevelopment.

City says ask permission
to use right of way

FROM STAFF
City officials in Neptune Beach want residents
to seek permission before placing landscaping oc
any other items in the portion of city right of
way adjacent to their property.
C ity Manager Jim Jarboe told the City Council
at its meeting Monday that the problem of resi,
dents placing things in the city right of way is
"growing in epic proportions." ;
He said that although some of the landscaping
is attractive, much of it is affecting city services
such as drainage and underground utilities. And
in some cases the landscaping is obstructing the
view at stop signs and is being placed in front of
fire hydrants.
Jarboe said that the city has had to remove the
landscaping in some instances, an act which has
led to some bad blood.
"All these things that go into the right of way
actually become city property when they're put
in the right of way," Jarboe said.
"Before people do things in the right of way
they are required to get a right of way permit."
The nght of way permit is free, according to
city officials.


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AROUND THE BEACHES


Beaches Watch earns
state steward award
Beaches Watch has been
chosen by 1000 Friends of
Florida to receive a 2006
Community Steward Award.
The group, 1000 Friends of
Florida, hosts the Better
Community Awards program
to showcase Florida's leading
citizens, public servants, pro-
grams and communities that
are contributing to an
enhanced quality of life in
the state of Florida, according
,. 'Beacht~s .'Wtch, ib eng
,recognized;for- our efforts to
preserve our Beaches' quality
of life through promoting
growth management, for
sponsoring and successfully
passing the height amend-
ment in Jacksonville Beach
and for our continued .efforts
to educate and involve citi-
zens in the quality of life
issues in our beaches commu-
nities," said Beaches Watch
founder Sandy Golding.
Beaches Watch is one of
three recipients in the state of
Florida to receive the award
for 2006.
The executive director of
1000 Friends of Florida will be
presenting the Community
Steward Award to Beaches
Watch on Aug. 17 from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Beach Municipal Golf Course
Club House, 605 Penman Rd.
S., Jacksonville Beach.
There .will be light hors
d'oeuvres and a cash bai at
the reception.
Those attending should
RSVP via phone at 513-9242
or e-maill at info@beach-
eswatch.com with your name
and number that will be
attending 'no later than Aug.
7. .

San Pablo area's
concerns to be discussed
A Visioning Workshop, or
charrette, will be held Aug.. 5
in Jacksonville City'
Councilmember Richard
Clark's district, which
includes San Pablo. The
workshop is for all residents
and business owners in the
San Pablo area to discuss area
concerns and the meeting
will be held at the San Pablo
Baptist Church, 3044 San
. i : :, j '


Pablo Road from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Contact Christopher
Flagg, President of JaxPride at
354-2704 for information.


Mayport Elementary
hosts carnival July 29
Mayport Elementary
School, 2753 Shangri-la
Drive, July 29 will hold a car-
nival at the school from 10
a.m. to 2 p,m.
The free event will include
games, vendors and inflata-
bles. It, ,so q~er,, pare"ts .an,.
opportunity to register their
child for the upcoming
school year.
"We wan to make sure we
get all the. kids registered,"
Principal Nancy Bragan said
this week, adding that regis-
tration was the ulterior
motive for the carnival.
Hook 'em on page 1
In today's media-rich envi-
ronment, it's difficult to keep a
reader's attention unless the
author hooks the reader imme-
diately, according to award-
winning author Vic DiGenti of
Ponte Vedra Beach.
DiGenti will lead a discus-
sion on "Importance of the
First Page" at the Florida
Writers Association's (FWA)
Ponte Vedra Writer's Group
meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday,
July 22.
The meetings at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Branch Library, is
open to FWA members and
nonmembers.
DiGenti spent 35 years work-
ing for WJCT Public
Broadcasting in a variety of
positions before he retired in
2001.
Since then he has written
two books about a traveling cat
- "Windrusher" and
"Windrusher and the Cave of
Tho-hothan ," each of which.
won an FWA award for Best
Young Adult Novel.
DiGenti will give tips on
how to write an opening that
grabs the reader's attention
and keeps the pages turning.
He also invites anyone work-
ing on a book or short story to
bring along their first page and
12 copies to share with others
for critiquing.
For more information, call
DiGenti at 285-2258.


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Beach Fishing Pier that were
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JBmulls banning all fireworks vendors



Earlier start time OK'd


for July 4th fireworks


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
The rockets red glare could arrive a little
earlier in Jacksonville Beach next Fourth of
July, city officials said'Monday.
City Councilor Lee Buck urged support from
his fellow councilors to" push the annual fire-
works display up to 9 p.m. from the usual 9:30
p.m. start time.
"Nine thirty is getting too late for me. I'm
getting old," Mayor Fland Sharp said. "Let's
look at changing it."
Buck also 'suggested that the city shut out
fireworks vendors to encourage compliance
with the city's ordinance prohibiting the pos-
session, use or sale of any exploding devices.
Fireworks such as sparklers and those that
spin on the ground are permitted.
Buck praised the city for providing a beauti-
ful display but said the personal fireworks he
and his wife observed on the way home "were
almost as good.'"
"I don't think we should encourage that,"


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Councilor Linda Spence said the city's, police
and fire departments work well to monitor the
types of fireworks sold in the city and confis-
cate the illegal ones that are readily available
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"In Jacksonville Beach they are not selling
any illegal fireworks to my knowledge," City
Manager George Forbes said.
"The fire marshall checks on the sites to
make sure they are not selling anything illegal
but you don't have togo very far to get them."
Forbes said city officials have debated how
to better manage the sale and use of fireworks
in Jacksonville Beach, even meeting with fire-
works distributors to discuss the hot button
issue.
"The last time we tried to lean on the fire-
works industry they tried to get a bill passed
through the state legislature that said munici-
palities can't even regulate fireworks,." he said.
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Fire: JB fire chief says all is fine


prnoi) by KATHYi'
Wanda Cassidy of Green Cove springs on Cocoa (left) and Tracy Mitchell on Rookie get rea
head toward the beach at Mickler's beach access in Ponte Vedra Tuesday morning. Both w
said they frequently ride their horses on the beach.




Fair Share: NB considers new poli


Cont. from A-i
Lee in a telephone interview
before Monday's workshop meeting
said he wants residents to be made
aware of the impact that businesses
have both good and positive on
the city. He said then residents and
city officials can better determine
whether a business is a fit for the
city.
"The police officer 'might cost us
$60,000 or $70,000 more a year and
you might only get $45,000 in
taxes from the. new [WVal-Mart]
store,'.' Lee said.
"I want people to know that. I
just want people to understand all
the pieces."
Lee said he does not know if such
a "Fair Share" program would be
right for the city but he thinks now
is the time to discuss it due to


already congested traffic
city's commercial corrido
tight city budget.
"We are getting to that p
where it's tight and just a
will generate a lot of havoc
Lee said.
The other councilors agrei
"It's a very reasonable th
look into]," said Mayor
Brown.
Councilor John Weldon sa
"glad" Lee brought up the is
said it could have some sigr
legal issue and wants the cit
,attorneys with expertise in la
matters to help formulate a p
al for consideration.
Lee said he on his own
work on the idea with cit
and report back to the coui


Cont. from A-1
when firefighters are leaving to
join other agencies will further
complicate the situation.
"These people all walked out
the door and went to other fire,
departments. They are not just
people who quit firefighting,"
Sharp said. "I'm concerned
that we're not only not going
to be able to do this but we are
not going to be able to contin-
.. ue to provide the level of serv-
i'. ice that we ought to."
Sue Taylor, the director of
1 i the city's personnel depart-
ment, said the number of fire-
l fighters who moved on for var-
ious reasons do not accurately
reflect the department's'
accomplishments.
"We need to focus on the
business side," she said
Tuesday. "The department has.
HARTMAN had zero fire deaths in the last
ady to yeai, reduced the ISO rating
omen and maintained an excellent.
response time."
'In May, Insurance Services
Office, Inc. (ISO) reduced the
fire rating from a four to a class
three based on performance
cy levels within the department,
water system and communica-
tion system.
Forbes said the city's desig-
in the nation was awarded to less
rs and than 1 percent of cities nation-
wide.
pointt ... Frazier said the department
tweak documented three years worth
for us," of pre-fire plans for over 1,400
structures throughout the city,
ed. added equipment to trucks,
ing [to updated computer software
* Dick and strengthened the city's fire
codes.
aid he's "I think there are a lot of
sue but reasons why people leave. The
nificant issue before us is can we pro-
y to use vide ALS service and the point
and use is yes we can" Frazier said. "\Ve
propos- can offer a better level of serv-
ice and medical care for the cit-
would izens of Jacksonville Beach
ty staff than we are currently. WVe have
ncil. enough people to put this in
place."
Taylor said it it is not uncom-


I'm concerned that ...
we are not going to be

able to continue to pro-
vide the level of service

that we ought to.

J8 Mayor land Sharp

mon for firefighters to seek
other opportunities at larger
agencies because small town
ser-ice does not guarantee that
a one size fits all,
Firefighters are often lured to
- other departments by compet-
itive pay, and advancement
opportunities that. a small
municipality like Jacksonville
Beach cannot provide, she
said.
'Historically, Taylor said the
city has lost numerous fire-
fighters and police officers to
Jacksonville and now the
department is facing a similar'
scenario with the staffing of
the new St. John's County Fire
SDepartment.
"In the past it was
Jacksonville. That has kind of
cooled off and now we have to
deal with St. John's County,"
she said. "It's not good but it's
not unexpected."
Frazier said many times new
recruits arrive with precon-
ceived ideas about working in a
small department only to be
disappointed by the workload
"They find out they don't
want to work or that there is
not as -much opportunity for
advancement. Whatever it
may be," he said. "We've
replaced those people and
while they are not as experi-
enced, we still have our staff
officers and our shift com-
manders. Our level of service is
as good as its ever been. I think
we are in good shape."
Frazier said providing ALS
services will allow Jacksonville


Beach to capitalize on training
that has yet to be put to use.
"We've had paramedics, in
place for some time. They just
can't function as paramedics
because we don't have a license
to do that," he said.
Forbes said the agreement
will staff at least one paramedic
per shift and includes a para-
medic engine at the south
beach fire station.
"We don't have to do this.
This is something that we want
to do. This all started out as a
way to use the paramedics that
we've already got," he said.
"Yes, it [turnover] is a prob-
lem. It is something that we are
,working oh and will continue
to but I think this is worth
doing."
The agreement with the city
of Jacksonville will not replace
or reduce the current ALS
transport services provided by
the city of Jacksonville under
the terms iof the Interlocal
Agreement.
"It states 'that 'we don't
intend to amend or alter the
Interlocal agreement -between
the City of Jacksonville and the
City of Jacksonvile Beach and
requires no reduction of the ad
valorem mileage rate," Forbes
said. "It also says we support
the request for a Certificate of
Need."
Forbes said Jacksonville offi-
cials must pass an ordinance
giving Jacksonville Beach the
authority to provide ALS serv-
ices. A Certificate of Need is
also required prior to perform-
ing such services and the city
will obtain that within the
next year, Forbes said.
"We've got top notch equip-
ment. We've top notch facili-
ties and we need to make sure
that we show we care about
people as individuals and hire
people that want to work and
appreciate the culture of a
small department and that is
hard to do. It's hard to test,"
Forbes said at Monday's meet-
ing.


Evacuation: Growth has outstripped roads in event of an evacuation i


Cont. from A-1
A major concern is that this
will result in unnecessary
evacuations and could create
a "ctyv.ol ~y drorme,'nltJl
Preston.
"You have to be prepared to
leave even if you're not sure
it's going to hit us," Preston'
said. "It's just something we're
going to have to live with."
The longer citizens wait to
evacuate, the more time they
can expect to spend stuck in
traffic. For Duval County, the
clearance times for evacua-
tion range from 9 to 70 hours
depending on various factors,
including the strength of the
storm, the number of regions
being evacuated statewide
and if the eastbound lanes of
Interstate 10 are opened up to
westbound traffic, according
to the report.
The intersection of
Interstate 295 and Interstate
10 is an especially problemat-
ic spot for traffic build up
because three out of the four
coastal communities in
Northeast Florida must evacu-
ate through this link. Preston
identified the area as "a
regional bottleneck" that will
affect the residents of the
Beaches the most because
they are the most likely to be
evacuated.
"The concept is the same for
a drainage basin flowing to a
single constrained river bed,"
according to the report. "It
may only take a few inches of
rain in a 24 hour period to
cause the river to rise several
feet above flood stage."
Although Interstate 10 is
the only major east-west cor-
ridor through Duval County,
the report does not recom-
mend the construction of new
roads as a way to mitigate
Traffic concerns during an


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Above.plus E.Central(Volusia, Lake 20.75 29.25 46.25 54.75 62.75
Seminole, Brevard & Orange Cty)
Above plus Treasure Coast (four
Coastalcounties South) 23.75 30.25 51.75 56.25 64.25
Coastal counties 5outh)

Above plus South Florida 26.25 32.75 57.25 63.25 71.25
(Broward, Dade & Monroe)


evacuation. Road construc-
tion is not seen as a cost-effec-
tive way to prevent a situa-
tion that is only likely to
occur once every nine years.:
The critical factor thai the
report does seek to address
through citizen education is
response time. Response time
is defined as the amount of
time between when an evacu-
ation is ordered and when
people actually get into their
cars to leave. It is the single
largest component in deter-
mining evacuation times,
Preston said.
Most people wait 10 to 12
hours after an evacuation is
ordered before they leave


because they are making last
minute preparations. If 15
percent of citizens would
change this behavior by
preparing to leave before an
evacuation is ordered, this
would spread the traffic out
considerably and could make
a critical difference, he said.
Also, Preston emphasized
that traffic can be diminished
by evacuating only as far as is
necessary.
"You only have to get out of
the evacuation area," he said.
"You don't have to go to
Georgia."
The study also evaluated
the shelter resources of the
Northeast Florida region,
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Letters to the editor:

Home insurance needs laws


To the editor:
To be brief; why is it that
our state allows companies to
'collect' premiums for years,
then, after the roughest storm
season on record, they're
allowed to just 'quit' the
homeowners insurance busi-
ness, but still write other poli-
cies?
Would that not be like
refusing Social Security bene-
fits to anyone who has an ill-
ness? Given that insurance
itself is basically a huge ponzi
scheme (legalized, just like
Social Security), why are play-
ers in the scheme allowed to
pick-and-choose their partici-
pation? It should be


MANDATORY in Florida; "if
you're going to cover ANY
type of physical property
belonging to general' con-
sumers/residents in the state
of Florida, then you MUST
offer home owners' insur-
ance!" ."
The ONLY way that cover-
age costs remain low, is by
having MANY policies spread
over many' companies!
Allowing fewer companies to
nit-pick and choose what
types of policies they 'want' to
offer, increases costs dramati-
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NB should keep autonomy


To the editor:
The following quotes (they
are published on the Internet)
are from Eric Pardee when he
was campaigning as a candi-
date for Neptune Beach coun-
cilor- Seat 2- in 2004:
"Traffic congestion is a con-
cern and the City of
Jacksonville is studying
Penman Road and Florida
Boulevard. I will never vote to
widen either road so we
maintain the -residential qual-
itv we have. We need to keep
the autonomy of Neptune
Beach while using the avail-
, able resources from
Jacksonville. I can help save
taxpayer money by connect-
ing to these resources."*
The "key" phrases are: "I will
never vote to widen either


road (Penman Road and
Florida Boulevard...) so we
maintain the residential qual-
ity we have. We need to keep
the autonomy of Neptune
Beach..."
WE cannot comprehend
why an elected councilor-
who during his campaign
expressed his alleged values
for our community- is now
fighting against the best
interests of Neptune Beach.
He is handing over our
"autonomy" to Wal-Mart and
"their" interests.
We do not need or want a
Wal-Mart in Neptune Beach.
What we need and want is
support for our community.
L. Lazarus
Neptune Beach


Return flight from Iraq first class


To the editor:
We returned yesterday from
a visit with our son and fami-
ly in Georgia, thus the delay
in writing this letter. Our son
travels frequently on business
and during a conversation he
spoke of his experience on a
flight from Jacksonville to
lAtlanta that we.twtdilike to'
. share. ep isc,".' -.''m o', v ..
On June 29, AirTran Flight
936 was .preparing for depar-
ture at 6:30 p.m. when the
Captain made an announce-
ment from the cockpit. He
said that 12 soldiers returning
from Iraq were going home to
Atlanta and boarding the
flight ". let's show our
appreciation." After a round
of applause, and some yay's,
the Captain said "... that was
a little weak ..." which led to
standing ovations, hoots and
hollers not to be believed.


Otu son said he never wit-
nessed anything quite like it.
Some moving around was
done with some passengers
moving to Coach, and all 12
soldiers were seated in First
Class.
We owe our heartfelt
thanks and continued sup-
port sfoiabo iu'-beiqtim and
womenjwp rKi-ti4Or--es on
hold to volunteer and now
risk their lives preserving our
freedom. We are the proud
parents of a son who is career
Air Force, and a son who is a
member of the New Jersey Air
National 'Guard and know
only tod well how appreciat-
ed these 12 soldiers must
have felt.
To the Captain of Flight
936, we salute you.

Bill & Pat Callan
Jacksonville Beach


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More letters to the editor:

Commissioner says politics killed sales tax vote


To the editor:
On July 11th, I presented a
proposal for a voter referen-
dum to be put on the
November ballot for consider-
ation for approval by the St.
Johns County Board of
County Commissioners. At
the time of its presentation, I
was also the one who made
the motion to dismiss the
item from consideration, a
motion that was supported
with a 5 to 0 vote. County'
staff and I in preparation of
this agenda item wasted a
considerable amount of time
and effort.
Approximately 6 months
ago, at their request, I met
with both Sheriff David Shoar
and Fire Chief Bobby Hall
concerning the necessity for
an 800 Megahertz radio sys-
tem for St. Johns County
emergency services. I was told
t tfW ,Tedera,1,oveVHrH Veit'
0iki!bb 'b niAndatillig ih'thb'
near future the abandonment
of our current radio frequen-
cies and that we would be
required to replace our pres-
ent system.
Later, I was informed that
the present Emergency
Operations Center was prone
to flooding and needed to be
moved further west. Ray
Ashton, director of emergency
services for St. Johns County,
also suggested that targeted
St. Johns County schools be
hardened to meet acceptable
standards for citizen use as
hurricane shelters, a request
echoed by Shoar and Hall.
Several months ago, a meet-
ing was organized with Ben
Adams and staff, Chief Hall
and his staff and as I recall, a
staff representative for Sheriff
Shoar. At that meeting, the
overall concept of the referen-
dum was discussed and pre-
liminary problems settled. Mr.
Adams was excited and enthu-
siastic over the effort and
assured me the total support


of his office and his staff
members, Director Ashton
and Mr. Hall.
On May 31, 2006 at 10 a.m.,
there was a meeting at Chief
Hall's office to attempt to
finalize the methodology
involved in a limited 12
month 1-cent sales tax refer-
endum initiative to cover the
estimated cost of the three
items (800 Megahertz system:
$15 million, Schools: $1.5
million, Ops Center: $5-6 mil-
lion) At this meeting were
Adams' staff members includ-
ing Joe Burch, Contracting
Officer and Doug Timms,
Budget Director and others.
During this meeting, Sheriff
Shoat wavered in his support,
explaining that the "political
capital" that would have to be
expended was not worth the
risk of support, and that a 5-
year 'or longer tax with items
dto'ri r& (han Mlet':i edtitaYa6t'
safety and emergency' 'e'odh-b
cerns would be more palatable
to him. He did not want it to
appear that he was causing
the need for an additional tax.
I explained that this effort
was to allow the citizens to
make the decision as to
whether or not THEY wanted
specifically targeted
safety/emergency capital
improvements in a timely
fashion.
Believing that without the
Sheriff's support, the referen-
dum would be doomed to fail-
ure, I told him that I would be
willing to extend the pro-
posed tax another'12 months
if he would identify other
safety related capital improve-
ments needed by. his office.
Shoar stated that he needed
annexes in the northern and
southern ends of the county
and one of his staff members
in attendance stated that the
estimated cost of these annex-
es was approximately $10 mil-
lion each. I agreed to add 12
months to the referendum for


the annexes. At that point,
Shoar agreed to support the
referendum issue, thanked me
for my support, and shook my
hand.
On Monday, July 10 1
received information that
indicated that when this
important issue was brought
before the board for consider-
ation the next day, it was the
intent of some commissioners
and staff managers to deliber-
ately sacrifice the work done
on this project for political
reasons. It was decided, with-
out notifying me, to not have
the emergency operations
staff, Mr. Ashton, Chief Hall
and Sheriff Shoar appear
before the Board. This, I was
told, Wvbuld 'allow several
Commissioners to attempt to
publicly" embarrass me
through public speakers and
personal attacks. It was clear
tcP.fe Ifhi the pltfficf'l'"'
referendum was'ii Its' i t"ri'.'''t'
ing force.
On Tuesday, July 11,1 I intro-
duced the item for considera-
tion by the boarl and. turned
over the floor to Sheriff Shoar,
Chief Bobby Hall and Director
Ray Ashton. Wheh L nether
they nor any of their staff
members stepped forward to
support the initiative my sus-
picions were born out, and I
made comment regarding
their lack of interest in the
item and its obvious unimpor-
tance to the department
heads that had claimed bene-
fit by its adoption. I then
motioned to remove it from
consideration.
I regret that the citizens of
St. Johns County were not
given the opportunity to
determine at the polls as to
whether or not such an initia-
tive should be supported by a
penny tax matching that 6f
surrounding counties.
Ben Rich
St. Johns County
Commissioner


Court costs worth the fight


To the editor:
Neptune Beach citizens
have demonstrated their will.
We have spoken load and
clear: NO WVAL-MART IN
NEPTUNE BEACH!
While we hoped it avoid-
able, we figured it likely that a
court battle would follow,
and we will not falter in our
support of City Council'.
The $50 million lawsuit
threat is Big Box Bully's
"Shock and Awe" tactic.
We KNOW that the costof.
defending ourselves in court
will be nothing in compari-
son to the far reaching costs
to Neptune Beach citizens as
victims of increased crime'
and traffic accidents, to the'
small business owners and
their employees who will be
forced out of business, to the,
taxpayers for increase in pub-
lic aid for Wal-Mart employ-
ees 'who are not provided a
living wage nor health insur-
ance, and .to the city for
increased police coverage for
a store who fails to take ade-`
'quate corporate measures to
deter crime in their own park-'
ing lots and in their own
establishments; for lost tax
basis from many more empty
'stores; and for a permanent.
traffic' management night-
mare. ,.
The short-term expense of
defending our city ordinances


in court is WORTH .the
investment to preserve and
protect the residential nature
of this community. ,The land-
lords of an' y vacant commer-
cial property will realize that
THEY are beholden to devel-
op their properties in compli-
ance with our city's ordi-
nances, including considera-
tion of Mixed Use zoning
retail/residential alternatives.
They' may try to force accept-
ance of an inappropriate Big
Box retail store, but they need
reminding that they do NOT
have the right to sacrifice the
future of a whole town for the
sake of their profit margin.
, We county on "our City
Councilors to do what is nec-
essary' to serve the greater
good of the community. We
count on them now to calm-
ly, rationally, and 'logically
determine FOR US if we truly
have.a good court case:
* Defensible traffic concur-
rency data from :the traffic'
study; ,
Land Use Attorney's
analysis of our legal standing
and defense strategy.
To get whatever addition-
al consultation that is needed
to make that determination!!
If .,we do have a good case,
their decision is easy: STAY
THE COURSE!
But if the objective assess-
ment finds our legal defense


weak or marginal, then they
must make a harder decision -
one that will allow commer-
cial greed to undermine and
forever alter this residential
community's character.
If that must be the case, we
should urge the City Council
to do everything possible to
mitigate the impact of a Big
Box store. This "class" of busi-
ness is unlike any other in a
small town, and brings with it
extraordinary burdens which
should be the business',
responsibility, not ours.
WVal-Mart has offered to do
what it takes, to make them-
selves' palatable to Neptune'
Beach. If it comes to being
forced to accept them, then
binding negotiations should
be made for:
no 24/7 operation no
deliveries 10 p.m. 7 a.m.;
store-funded and main-
tained roving security patrol.
in the parking lots 24/7
store-funded manned and
'maintained security monitor
cameras and
in-house s curity staff dur-
ing all hours of operation
But, if we do have a 'good
case, our message to City
Council and to Wal-Mart is'
that "Neptune Beach will
STAY THE COURSE!" ,::
Kris Miatson
Neptune Beach


JOHN

COLUMNIST


Writers


are nuts

A Rolling Stone recently

became the Falling
Stone. According to
press reports, the Stones' gui-
tarist Keith Richards was hurt
when he fell out of a palm
tree in Fiji. He's reportedly
recovered, but there was no-
explanation of what he was
doing up in the tree. Could he
have been trying to cop a
coconut, or was he just being
a cuckoo nut?
When I was in Fiji, the cra-
ziest thing I learned was that
the natives there used to be
cannibals. Possibly back then
. they greeted visitors with, "We.
look forward to serving you."
Perhaps 01' Keitho was afraid
of becoming the Blue Plate
Special and was fleeing. Then
again, maybe he was compos-
ing a rock song.
The Keith Richards incident
reminds me of the opening to
Ernest Hummingbird's er,
Hemingway's famous short
story, "The Snows of
Kilimanjaro," which is a
19,710-foot-high East African
mountain. Near the top lay
the frozen carcass of a leopard.
"No one," the writer com-
mented, "has explained what
the leopard was seeking at
that altitude." It couldn't have
been looking for a Rolling
Stones concert where the audi-
ence et5, high. Even th.
S[lfties'adn't been boftn vet.
If Keith Richards was trying
to set some sort of record for
oddball behavior, it looks as
though he has celebrity com-
petition. Dan Brown, the
author of the blockbuster
novel, "The Da Vinci Code,"
has admitted that, while he's
writing, he sometimes hangs
upside down wearing gravity
boots, to get his blood flowing
better to his noggin.
Perhaps that isn't as wacky
as it seems. In fact, it might
help me. Years ago when my
Leader column was called
"Hardly Bats," it could have
been accompanied by a photo
of me wearing a Batman-tepe
costume while, bat-like, dan-
gling inverted. If I were a vam-
pire bat, I might say, ala Bela
Lugosi, "Your blood is rushing
to my head."
In case you regard all this as
loco in the coco, consider: The
author Colette allegedly read-
ied herself to create fiction by
picking fleas from her cat,
Benjamin Franklin preferred
to write in the bathtub, and
Gertrude Stein scribbled in her
parked car. I'm confident,
however, that the majority of
writers produce their work in
a normal position and loca-
tion. Humorist Robert
Benchley said, "I do most of
my writing sitting down.
That's where I shine."'
Ditto, yours truly.



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police report, which are available
for public inspection at each
department.

ATLANTIC BEACH
SA burglary to a residence
was reported July 8 in the
1500 block of Richardson
Lane..

Two commercial vehicles
were, reported damaged by
vandals July 10 in the 1500
block of Main Street.

An identification theft was
reported July 10 in the 200
block of Sailfish DriveEast.,

A 15-year-old Jacksonville
male was arrested and
charged with auto burglary
July 12 in the 900 Plaza,
according to a police report.


NEPTUNE BEACH
The passenger side mirror of
a vehicle was reported torn off
July 10 in the 1700 block of
4th Street.

Fishing accessories valued
at $80 were reported stolen
from a boat July 15 in the 600
block of Rosebud Lane.

Two bikes valued at a com-
bined $500 were reported
stolen from a residence July
15 in the 1500 block of
Strand.,

Joshua Daniel Kaufman, 27,
of Jacksonville was arrested
and charged with" driving
with a suspended license as a
habitual traffic offender July,
15 in 'the 400 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according
to a police report.

Various items valued at a
combined $2,050 were report-
ed stolen from' a residence
July 14 in the 2000 block of
Cherokee Drive.

Jewelry valued at $2,450
was reported stolen from a
vehicle July 14 in the 1500
block of Atlantic Boulevard.

Two vehicles were reported
vandalized.at a business July
13 in the 600 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.
A '
Ai vetticl was reported pan
dalized at a business July 1'


FROM ST4FF
Four Jacksonville Beach teens
accused of stealing gas kept
police at bay for over an hour
last Thursday in the 1300 block
of Ashley Oaks Drive.
A dozen officers .including
members of the SWAT team and
police negotiators surrounded
the house where the boys barri-
caded themselves after 7:30 p.m.
July 13 after the victim told
police he observed one of them
siphon gas from a vehicle
parked in his driveway.
Three of the teens ages 13, 16,
17 and 19 were taken into cus-
tody. An arrest warrant is
expected to be issued for the
fourth suspect who fled the
home before police arrived.
During a search of the area,
the victim told police he
observed the suspect driving a,
black Jeep north on Fairway
Lane.
Officers made contact with
the boy who refused to stop
walking toward the front door
of a residence. The suspect
ignored repeated orders to stop
and was struck with a Taser as he
entered the home.
According to police, the teen
fell inside and the door closed,
breaking the threads of the
Taser. Police opened the door as
the boy ran into the back of the


in the 500 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.

A domestic battery was
reported July 13 in the 500
block of Bowles Street.

Police Friday were called to
'the beach around the South
Street access after three
women say they saw an,
unidentified man masturbat-
ing while looking at them,
according to a police report.
One of the women told police
that they saw that the suspect
had his sexual organs exposed
during the incident. By the
time police arrived the sus-
pect had fled the area, head-'
ing west along South Street.


PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A burglary to a structure in
the 700 block of Marsh Cove
Lane was reported on July 11..
The front door of the resi-
dence was kicked in resulting
in $200 in damages, accord-
ing to the police report.
Nothing was reported missing
from the residence.
*

On July 14, a resident of
Old Ponte Vedra Boulevard
reported two incidents of for-
gery on a business bank
account. According to the
police report, the victim stat-
ed that a box of checks for. the
account had been missing
from the residence.
*

A Ponte Vedra resident
reported suspicious circum-
stances regarding missing
items from a residence, on Salt
Creek Drive. According to, the
police report, a television,
computer, monitor, printer,
and other items with a total
value of $700 were missing

from the residence.


Studs valued at $200 were
reported stolen from a con-
struction site in the 400 block
of N. Harbor Lights Drive on
July 14. According to the
police report, a construction
company employee reported
that he had stopped two meri
from removing studs from the
site on July 13. Upon arrival
at the site on July 14, the
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house and barricaded himself in
a bedroom.
Police established a perimeter
and fanned out in search of the
teen, unaware that there were
three other occupants inside the
house.
One boy was apprehended as
the three attempted to flee from
the rear of the home out onto
the golf course. The other two
ran back inside and barricaded
themselves for an hour and a
half, police said.
The suspects finally exited the
front door and were taken into
custody around. Police said the
teen struck with the Taser left
the scene in the black jeep vehi-
cle before additional officers
responded to the scene.


A resideiTet of Nina
reported. on July 15 tha
bank statement showed
unauthorized transfer
funds from a savings acc
to a checking account
does not belong to
according to a police rep

A burglary to a ve
parked in the first bloc
Arbor Club Drive occi
between 8:30 p.m. on Ju
and 8:54 a.m. on July
according to the police re
A necklace and power
valued at $390 were mi
from the vehicle.


A resident of the 100 I
of Cranes Lake Drive rep
criminal mischief on Jul
According to the p
report, the back sliding
door of the residence
shattered resulting in $1'
damage sometime betwe
a.m. on July 11 and 8 p.r
July 16. .*


A juvenile was charged
petit theft on July 16 re
ing a skateboard missing
a residence on S. Sea W
Lane, according to a p
report. The owner of
skateboard observed a
nile riding the skateboard
contacted SJSO..


JACKSONVILLE BEA
Armed robbery was re
edJuly 16 at-Pablo Theati
the 1900 block of 3rd
Suspects stole $4,300 in
and a cell phone just b
9:30 a.m., police said.

An aggravated assault
reported July 6 in the
block of Shetter Ave. P
responded just after 5:30
to a call of a possible sho
involving a black Ford Ta
A witness told police
she observed the occupar
the vehicle engage in a
frontation with several
subjects standing in the
yard in the area. The pa
ger waved a gun out the
dow and fired nume
rounds into the crowd.
According to the wit
the vehicle pulled behind
t) aq -sh:e.cjed-police_ to a
i disp9Jchof4it5-lcatiQr. A
ond witness also told F
that he found a .38 ca
revolver in an alley nea
business in the 400 blo
3rd St. S. along the rout
Taurus traveled.
Detectives are investing
a possible connection t
incident on June 29 invo
shots fired from similar
cle, police said.

Battery was reported Ju
in the 400 block of 1st
A 28-year-old Jackson
man told police tha
observed a female friend
ing and visibly 'upset. V
he went to give her a h
console her,,.a male su
struck him over the righ
The suspect told police h
threatened by, the victirr
punched him because
touched his friend ina
privately, a police report s
*
Discharge of a firearms
reported July 14 in the
block of 4th St. N. A wi
told police that she h
three shots fired about 3
and observed 'a dark Me
Grand Marquis leaving
scene. According to pn


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gun- according to a police report.
ipart- Police were dispatched to a
n bed convenience stores after
the Andrews gave the store clerk a
d the knife for protection. A search
after a of his identification revealed
vehi- his status as a sex offender,
Ave. police said.
aoth- *
ok for Earnest Lee Watson, 31, of
vered Jacksonville Beach, was arrest-
eway ed July 14 and charged with
,ssen- driving with a suspended or
d .45 revoked license as a habitual
ition traffic offender in the 1000
>dged block of Beach Blvd., accord-
chicle ing to a police report.
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south Aggravated battery was
still reported July 15 in the 13006
block of 3rd St. S. Three
sailors stationed at Navalf
was Station Mayport told police
1200 'they were leaving a pool hall


when they were approached
by at least 11 unknown male
suspects, that they described
as looking like skateboarders.
The suspects initiated a physi-
cal confrontation and two of
the men were struck with a
billy club. One suffered a
head wound and the other
sustained a severely swollen
eye, police said.

Christopher Michael Gross,
26, of Ponte Vedra Beach was
arrested July 15 and charged
with grand theft at a grocery
store in the 600 block of
Marsh Landing Parkway,
according to a police report. A
total of $2,800 since March
was rung, in as fake refunds
and the money was pocketed,
police said.


the witness heard two
Lane shots in front of her a
t her ment. She rolled over ir
d an and peeked through
of blinds where she observe
;ount vehicle driving slowly. A
that third shot was fired, the
her, cle turned east onto 9th
ort. N. The witness and her n
ervwent downstairs to loc
hiclde shell casings and disco'
ck of that a car in. their driv
urred was shot twice on the pa
ly 14 ger side. A copper color
* 15, caliber' "ball" ammun
'port. pierced the door and lc
tools into the floorboard. A ve
ssing matching the description
-located on the city's
side with the engine
warm. '
block *
orted Criminal mischief
y 16. reported July 13 in the
policee block of. '16th Ave
glass Unknown suspects stol
was 18-foot catamaran fron
00 in rear yard of a home
een 8 dumped it on the corn
m. on Osceola Avenue and S
Beach Parkway. The vic
girlfriend observed the
when she drove by the
with morning and recognized
gard- belonging to her boyfriel
from *
Vinds Golf clubs valued at $:
police were reported stolen fn
the vehicle in the 200 blot
juve- Evans Drive. The car
d and unsecured.
*
Grand theft was rep
July 13 in the 2500 blo
,CH Beach Proper S. The v
'port- returned from surfing
res in found a backpack conta
St. S. $690 worth of items in
cash ing several sets of keys <
beforee cell phone was stolen.
*
Allice Jean Gainous, 4(
was Ponte Vedra Beach was a
800 ed July 14 and charged
policee fraudulent use of a credit
p.m. in the 3500 block of
oting island Circle, according
,urus. police report.
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nts of Battery was reported Ju
con- in the 300 block of 1st !
male The victim was at a nigh
front with her boyfriend when
ssen- were approached by the i
win- exgirlfriend. The suspect
erous ed throwing ice at the v
and yelling racial slurs N
tness, striking her in the face
d her an unknown object, pF
dyie., reported. ,,,T-he.. victimfj
A. sec- taiped, minor-. facial-Iin
policee and the case was referred
caliber the State Attorney's O
ir his police said.
ck of *
e the Jack Bennie Andrews,
transient, was arrested Ju
ating and charged with posse
o an of a firearm or cone
Living weapon by a delinquent
vehi- and failure to register wi
48 hours as a sexual pre
in the 300 block of 3rd :


FROM STAFF
Two 23-year-old Neptune
Beach men say they were
robbed at gunpoint by an
unidentified man Sunday
, while walking to their resi-
dences at the Ocean Oaks
Apartments, according to a
police report.
The incident happened
around midnight in the court-
yard of the apartments at 1100
Seagate Avenue. The victims,
who told police they were
walking home from a club in
Jacksonville Beach, were not
injured in the incident, but the
suspect stole $4, according to
the report.
The victims said that they
noticed a vehicle following


.,them and when they crossed
the .,apartment's courtyard a
man approached them from
,behind and pointed a silver
semiautomatic gun at them
and demanded their wallets
and cash, according to the
report. The gunman also told
them to give him any drugs
they might have as well, police
reported. But the victims only
had $4 between them, accord-
ing to the report.
The suspect was last seen
running north across the com-
plex. Police searched the area
but could not find the suspect
or another witness to the inci-
dent.


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July 14,2006
PUBLIC NOTICE
Draft of Proposed One Year Action Plan
FY October 1, 2006- September 30, 2007

Pursuant 24 CFR Pan 91. et al., Consolidated Submission-Acuon Plan for Community Planning and De\elopment Programs. each jurisdiction
must submit a Consolidated Plan-Action Plan to Federal HUD at least 45 days before the start of its program year as a prerequisite to receiving
funds under the formula grant programs listed below.
Community Develonment Block Grant Program $6.953.851 Funds provide for neighborhood reiLtalizauon and affordable housing
programs., e.. construction or reconstructon of infrastructure and public facihtes, housing rehabilitauon and public services At least 70
percent of funds. must directly benefit persons whose income does not exceed 80 percent of median family income guidelines
HOME Imestmeni Partnerships Program a3.415.203 Funcd acui ties designed to expand the supply of safe and affordable housing
[ndudes rehabilitation and construction of rental and ownership housing, down payment and closing assistance for lower income homebuyers.
a CHDO set-aside at least (15sr and CHDO operating funds
Emergency Shelter Grant Program $297.860 Funds acinities designed to improve quality of existing emergency homeless shelters by
renovating, rehabilitaung or converung emergency shelter buildings: providing essental ser ices. operating costs and supporting homeless ,
prevention acti ites
Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS $1.587.000 Funds housing assistance and supportive services for low-income persons and
their families living with HIV/AIDS; housing mfrormauon services, acquisition, rehabilitation and repair of facilities, new constricuon. project
or tenant-based rental assistance, short-term rent, mortgage and utility payments, and support services
American Dream Down Payment Initiative 575363 -The funds will be administered in conjunction & ith the HOME Program to pro% ide
down payment, closing costs and principle reduction not to exceed 510,0(0 or 6% of tue sales cost whichever is greater If the applicant
requires additional subsidy ADDI funds may be leveraged with HOME funds, the total of which will not exceed $14.999 In addition. ADDI
funds will be used vith the HOME Purchase and Rehabilitaution Program (HOME -PAR), which allows for down payment, closing cost and
principle reduction for the acquisition and rehabilitation of vacant and abandoned properuei in target neighborhoods, the total of which will
not exceed $1 4,990 All acquisition and rehabilitation will be funded by private dollars leveraged by) ocal lenders
TOTAL ALLOCATIONS 512,329,277
The Consolidated Plan Acuon Plan includes the following acu1tities that are funded with program income and reprogrammed funds-
Catholic Charities. Inc. $60.788 CDBG funds wv ill te used for stalf and operational costs to coordinate a network of care to provide
housing counseling and emergency assistance to prevent 25.000 low and moderate income persons from becoming homeless
Clara White Mission. Inc. $14.212 CDBG funds will be used for administrative costs to provide transitional housing. vocational trading,
case management, and supportive sern ices to homeless persons. Total CDBG funds dedicated to this program is $68.250.00
The purpose of the Consolidated Plan is to combine in a collaborate process, the planning, application and reporung aspects of HUD's
formula programs us.ng the same program year A complete submission must be made every five years and an Action Plan submitted annually.
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Citizens w ihing to comment on the draft ma) do so in w writing to Kenneth M. Pinnix, Chief, Community Development Division, 128 E..
Fors)th Street Suite 600. Jacksonsille. Florida 32202. by Sunday. August 13, 2006 i30-day comment period). A public hearing regarding,
the Consolidated Plan-Action Plan will be held in the 7th Floor Studio at the Planning and Development Department at the above
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If any non-English speaking persons-, or persons with mobity., visual or heanng impainnents wish to attend the public heanng and have
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CALENDAR


pr- p o submin1ad
"'Last Comic Standing" finalist Michele Balan will perform
Saturday, Aug. 12, at 8 anq 10:30 p.m. at the Atlantic Theatres
Comedy Club, 751 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Tickets are
$17.50. Call 249-7529 for information.


Thursday, July 20
Coffee on the Coast: The
Chamber of Commerce will
ha% e "Coffee on the Coast" at 8
a.m.: at the Ponte Vedra
lWellness Center, 880 Highway
N1A, Suite 3, Ponte Vedra
SReach. There will be coffee,
food, chair massages and more.
The cost is $2. Call 249-3868 for
information.

Caregiver education: The
Alzheimer's Association will
host a caregiver education pro-
gram at 2 p.m. at Community
Hospice's Neviaser Education
Center, 4266 Sunbeam Road.
The program is free. Call 398-
'193 or e-mail stephania.sykes-
hurn,s@'alz.org for information.

Movie night: The Fleet
Reserve Association, 390
f aMvport Road, Atlantic Beach,
: will have a free "Movie Night"
Str family and friends from 6 to
9 p.m. Snacks are available.

Open house: Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 486 6th
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach, will
have an open house from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m. Call 246-3583 for
information.

Big band: The St. Johns River
City Band's 18-piece Big Band
ill perform at 'the 5 Points
theatre, 1028 Park St., at 7:30
p.m. Tickets are $15. Visit
wwsv.rivercitvband.com or
www.TheKHI.org for informia-
tion, or call 355-4700.

Friday, July 21
Outdoor Observations:'
COutdoor Observations will be
held 'from 10 to 11 ;a.m. at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road South. The pro-
m'an .is for all .ages. Call 630-
357. for information.

Storytime Science:
Storytime Science will be held
from noon to 1 p;m. at'
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885.
Nan Pablo Road South. The pro-'
gram is for ages 7 and under
and their adult companions.
Read a story then examine the
science involved. Call 630-3577
i information.

Antiques show: The
J ksionville Beaches Woman's
t lub 41st Annual Antiques
-.how & Sale will be held from 1
to 8 p.m: today, 10 a.m. to 6
'. m. July 22, and 11 'a.m. to 5
p.m. July 23. Admission is $6,
arid parking is free. ,The show
will be held in the St. Paul's
SParish Center, 212 N. 5th St.,
facksonville Beach. Proceeds
ywill benefit scholarship funds,
hafities and service programs
supported .by the Woman's
Club.

SBook signing: Local author
i:arl Burak will be at The
Bookmark at 7 p.m. to discuss
mind sign copies of his new
book, "When I Became a
Psychiatrist People Stopped
Waving on Main Street." Call
241-9026 for information.

Saturday, July 22
Boating course: The U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary Beaches
I otilla 14-4 offers "America's
Boating Course" from 7:30 a.m.
to S nm rt thp C('ar>tinrv rPih


13363 Beach Blvd. (between
Hodges and Kernan). The pro-
gram qualifies you for the
Florida state boater's .card. Call
John Davis at 904-821-9692 for
information.

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

Free seminar: A free seminar
on "The Power of Money" will
be held from 10:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Beaches Library. 600
Third St., Neptune Beach. Call
247-7405 for information or


reservations.

Build a sandwich: Ladies
Auxiliary Fleet Reserve
Association ULnit 290 will hold
"build a sandwich night" from
4 to 7 p.m. at 390 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach. The cost
is $10. Call 246-6855 for infor-
mation.

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

Art celebration: The JaxI
Beach Art Celebration will
V be held at 8 p.m. at the
Seawalk Hotel, 117 1st Ave.
N., Jacksonville Beach. Call
Patrick Carter at 626-4645 or
396-3868 for information.

Monday, July 24
Movie Night: "Classic
(Adult) Mooie Nighti" will be
held at 5:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach. "Flying
Leathernecks" will be shown.
Call 241-1141 for informa-
tion.

Thursday, July 27
Movie night: The Fleet
Reserve Association, 390
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach,
will have a free "Movie Night"
for family and friends from 6 to
9 p.m. Snacks are available.

Friday, July 28
Steak night: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve
Association, 390 Mayport Road,
Atlantic Beach, will have "Steak
Night" from 5 to 9 p.m. The
cost is $10, and the public is
invited.

Summer potluck:
Persephone Healing Arts
Center, 485 6th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, will have a
summer potluck and grill out
from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Call 246-
3583 to R.S.V.P.

Saturday, July 29
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from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Morocco
Shrine Center, 3800 S. St. Johns
Bluff Road, Jacksonville. Call
642-5200 by luly 1 to R.S.V.P.

Benefit concert: Tenor Roger
J. Geronimo, soprano Barbara
Norris and bass-baritone Jimmy
Goodell will pefoinm at 7 p.m.
at Our Lady Star of the Sea's
Cultural Center, 545 ALA N.
Ponte Vedra Beach, to raise
noney for Xolfson Children's
Hospital. Admission is $15 per
person. Call 7o7-2248 or e-mail
tenore2hotmail.comn for ticket
information.

Sunday, July 30
Marywood Retreat: A
Christian meditation/12-step
recovery titled "Letting Go"
will be held from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
at the Marywood Retreat
Center in Switzerland, Fla. No
charge; donation suggested.
Call 1-888-287-2539 or 249-
2639 for information.

Wednesday, Aug. 2
Beaches Watch: Beaches
Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in
the Community Room of the
Pelican Point Condominium,
1901 1st St. N., Jacksonville
Beach. The meeting is open to
the public. For information, call
513-9242 or visitt www.beach-
eswatch.com.

Thursday, Aug. 3
Syndrome X seminar:
Native Sun Natural Foods
Market, 11030 Baymeadows
Road, Jacksonville will host a
free seminar on Syndrome X,
also known as "metabolic syn-
drome" or "insulin resistance
syndrome," at 8 p.m. Visit
www.nativesunjax.com for
information.

Saturday, Aug. 5
Pre-marital workshop:
"Happily Ever After," a pre-mar-
ital workshop, will be held the
first Saturday of every month
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
Ponte Vedra United Methodist
Church, 35 Executive Way,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Call \Viian
Bowlus at 904-543-8856 or e-
mail bowlusg('bellsouth.net for
information.


MEETINGS


Wednesday
Grandparents raising
grandchildren: An education-
al/support group for grandpar-
ents raising grandchildren
meets the third Wednesday of
the month from 11 a.m. to
12:15 p.m. at St. Andrew's
Lutheran Chiuch, 1801 Beach
Blvd. Call 280-7264 for infor-
mation.
Thursday
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., Jacksonmille
Beach. The group is for those
who are grieving the death of a
family 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.
Saturday
Beaches Palm Group: The
Florida Writer's Association
Beaches Palm Group meets the
fourth Saturday of each month
except December at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Library. 904-285-
2258.

Sunday
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 stu-
dio), 217 First St., Neptune
Beach. Donations accepted.
386-793-3013.

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.dbsaiax.org
for information.


Monday
Duval Audubon-


Society:


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

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

Reckless Readers: Reckless
Readers, a women's reading
group, meets the third
Monday of the month at "
p.m. at the Neptune Beach
Senior Center. Call Mary
NicKeanev at 247-7627 for
information.

NAIC: The local NAIC
Investment Club meets at 7
p.m. the fourth Monday of
each month at the Beaches
Library. Visitors are welcome.
476-42_60.
Tuesday
Friends on the Go: Friends
on the Go with lack Morgan
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Tuesday of each month at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.

Mothers & More: Mothers &
More, a national, not-for-profit
organization supporting
sequencing women women
who have altered their careers
to raise children at home,
meets the second Tuesday and
fourth \Vednesday of every
month. Locations very. Call
858-3369 or e-mail mothers-
ja-xayahoo.com for informa-
tion.

Ribault Lodge: Ribault
Lodge #272 F. and A.M. meets
the second and fourth
Tuesday of the month at 327
2nd Ave. N., Jacksonville
Beach. 246-6558.

Waldorf discussion group:
The Waldorf Parent/Education
Study and Discussion Group
meets at 7 p.m. the third
Tuesday of the month at the
Seaside Playgarden, 223 Eighth
Ave. S., lJacksonville Beach.
716-8014.


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OBITUARIES


Oida F. Bell


Paul H. Robinson


Robert Stoll


Ouida F. Bell, 73, died July
17, 2006 in Baptist Medical,
Center ^ Beaches. She was
born July 8,: 1933 in Live Oak
and moved to Jacksonville at
the age of 19.. She was a mem-
ber of the University Blvd.
Church of the Nazarene.
Family members include
her daughters, Catherine
Adams (Hank) of Tampa,
Susan Brown (Rodney) of
Atlanta and Lynda Hobbs of
Ponte' Vedra Beach; brother,
Charles E. Sweat (Linda) ,of,
SLive Oak; grandchildren,
Jason, Abbye (Jorge), Zach,
Ali, Ashley, Lyndsey; Whitney,
Dahlton,' and Sitella; and a
great-granddaughter, Taileir


Spears.
Visitation will be
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
21 in the Univer
Church of the Nazz
the funeral service i
ly, following at 11 a
There will be a
following the serv
church. Interment
Live Oak.
In lieu of flowers,
may 'be made
University Blvd. (
the Nazarene Buil,
Youth Fund, 3930
Blvd. S. Jax., FL.322
Services under th'
of Quinn-Shalz
Home, lacksonville


Anne Bolena


Anne Bolena, 77, longtime
resident of Neptune Beach.
died July 14, 2006. She was,
born in Escanaba, Nl and was
the wife of the late Melin J.
Bolena.
Surviving are five children;
Gary (Stephanie) Bolena of
Phoenix, AZ, Gail iMikel Sease,,
Danny 'l iMyra) Bolenaw of
Jacksonville,' Dale (Phyllis')
Bolena of Alabaster, AL, Karen
Bates of Jacksonville, a sister,
Ruby Dettore of Pittsburg, PA,


gight grandchildrE
Jason, Bobby, Ky
Hannah, Casey and
four great-grandchil
Giahna, Jonathan ar
and other loving re
dear friends.
A Memorial Mass
brated on July 15 'a
Peace Catholic Chui
Larkin officiating.
Arrangements by
Giddens Funeral
Jacksonville Beach.


Stephen "Steve" Davis


Stephen "Steve" Davis, 62,
longtime resident, of
Jacksonville, died July .14,
2006. He was born in Port
Huron, Nil, son of Lillian Davis
and the late Clinton Davis.
Surviving are his wi-fe of 32
years, Diane, two children,
Benjamin and fiance Claire
Elmore of Neptune Beach,
Katie Graves and husband
Jonathan of Mandarin, a broth-


er, Terry Davis of Ml
friends.. '
Private family sei
taken place. Memo
name may be d
FL/GA Blood Al
Community Hospic(
SArrangements by
Giddens Funeral H
Beach Blvd., J.
Beach.


Charles O. Jones


Charles 0. Jones, a retired
professor and administrator at
Florida State University, died
Tuesday, July 11, 2006, at a
Tallahassee nursing facility,
after a lengthy illness.
Jones served as a professor
at FSU and Associate Director
of Continuing Education
from 1967 to 1985. He had
previously taught at the
UniversitN of Alabama.
A native of Birmingham,
Alabama, Jones served as a
Lieutenant in the United
States Navi and a Second
Lieutenant in the United
States Army. He received his
Bachelors Degree from
Birmingham Southern, his
Masters Degree from
Vanderbilt and his Doctorate
from Florida State University.
Family members include his
wife, Ruth NM. Jones; daughter
Sandy Keeler Powell land hus-
band All of Atlantic Beach,
Jason Powell, Justin Powell
land wife Kinseyl, Brittany
Powell, and Adrena Salem
(husband, Solimon and son
Liam).
Funeral services were held
July 17 in the Chapel of


Dr. Paul H. Robinson, who
held from had. .an illustrious medical
Friday, July career as a cardiologist at
sity Blvd. Emory University, died. on
arene with, Tuesday, July 11, at Emory
mmediate- Hospital, after a long illness
.m. with leukemia.
reception He was born in Urichsville,
ice at the Ohio, in 1933 and grew up in
will be in Canton, Ohio.- He attended
Northwestern University on
donations scholarship as a chemistry
to The major, where he played trum-
Church of ;pet in the marching band. He
ding Fund received both his undergradu-
University ate and medical degrees there,
!16 after which he served as head
e direction of a U.S. Air Force medical
Funeral facility in.Insurlik, Turkey.
Beach. He came to Emory
University in 1963 as a resi-
dent, and then became chief
resident and house officer. He
was invited to join the cardi-
ology section of the Emory
en, Carla,. Clinic as its fifth member in
le, Haley, 1966 by Dr. Bruce Logue. He
Jenna and practiced cardiology at Emory
dren, Tyler, for 42 years. Up to two days
nd Cambria', before his last hospitalization,
natives and he was still seeing patients. He
authored numerous articles
s, was cele- but was most well known for
t Prince of his clinical teaching, for
rchwithl Fr., which he won many awards
and received great recogni-
Hardage- tion. An avid exerciser and
I Home, athlete, Robinson gained a
reputation among his resi-
dents not only for his extraor-
dinary mentoring, but also for,
expecting them to take the
stairs rather than the eleva-
tors in the course of their hos-
Sand many pital rounds.
He was devoted to running.
prices have For his 50th birthday, he ran
rialss in his 50 miles from Atlanta to the
directed to birthday party his wife had
liance or organized for him at Callaway
e of NE FL. Gardens. A veteran of 70
Hardage- marathons in his lifetime,
ome, 1701 including 10 Boston
acksonville Marathons, he frequently
won competitions in his age
division .in road races locally
and nationally. He also
trekked mountains around
the world. He and his wife, Dr.
Elisabeth Cates, to whom he
,-.. was married for 25 years,
shared these outdoor adven-
tures as well as other world-
S wide travel- from trekking the
heights of the Himalayas to


John R.
I Jbhh' R Rutter Jr.. 85, died
July 12, 2006. He served in
the US Navy as a first class
boatswain's mate, where lihe
fought for our country at
Pearl Harbor. He spent most
of his adult life in southern
New Jersey where he met his
wife. He graduated college in
Galveston, Texas 1988. He
was an active member of VFW
Post 3270 and American
Legion Post 129. He served as
the treasurer of the USS
Raleigh reunion board, where
he enjoyed traveling all over
the US to attend the reunions.
He is survived by his wife of
35 years, Elizabeth "Betty"
inee Smith); two stepdaugh-
ters Donna (Joe.) Condoli of
Williamstown, NJ and Laurie
Gawin of Jacksonville; three
grandchildren, Naomi (Cyi
Delmont of Jacksonville
Beach, Micah Gawin of
Jacksonville Beach and Joseph
Condoli of Williamstown, NJ.;
one great grandchild,
Chancellor Delmont of
Jacksonville Beach; four sis-
ters Fran, Mary, Margaret and

Obituary notices are
published free of
charge as a community,
service. All submis-
sions are subject to
editing. Paid advertis-
ing space is available
for more detailed or
personalized death
notices. Call 249-9033.


Jones


Quinn-Shalz, followed by
interment in Beaches
Memorial Park with full mili-
tary honors. Memorial contri-
butions may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, Inc., 1723
Mahan Center Blvd.,
Tallahassee, Fl 32308 or The
Jacksonville Humane Society,
8464 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville, Fl, 32216.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home.." '. ..


Capt Robert.t; Lund USNR


Robert Lund, 88, longtime
resident of Florida, died July
17, 2006. He was born in'
Winne Conne. Wisconsin on
June.10, 1918. A naval veter-
an., he attained the rank of
Captain before his retirement.
During VWWIIl he served in .the
Pacific theater as a gunnery
officer. After the war he served
as "the administrative officer of
the naval gun factory in'
Washington, DC. He later took
over the family business and
'worked as an electrical contrac-
tor supplier. For several \ears
he lived in Ormand Beach with
hiswife Betty and in 2003 relo-
cated to Fleet Landing in
Atlantic Beach.
Surviving are.his wife 'Betty
of 57 years, two sons, Robert


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running marathons together
near the North Pole. The cou-
ple's deep interest in Buddhist
culture drew them especially
to travel in Nepal, Bhutan and
Japan. They also shared a love'
for classical music. Robinson
was an, accomplished tenor
soloist., While in medical
school, he supported his edu-
cation by soloing at Chicago
cathedrals and synagogues.
He toured Europe with the
Atlanta Boy Choir's operatic
company and was a soloist at
many Atlanta churches,
where he was known for
singing the evangelist role in
Bach oratorios. In recent years
he delighted family and
friends with private concerts.
Nearing his .70th birthday, he
performed a iecital of music
under the direction of
Rowena Renn. Robinson is
survived by his wife Dr.
Elisabeth Cates Robinson and
children, daughter Paula
Robinson Taber, son-in-law
Ray Taber, and grandchildren
Steven and Lucas 'rTaber of
Camp Verde, Arizona; son Dr.
Keith Robinson, daughter-in-
law Judi Robinson, and grand-
children Sarah and Logan
Robinson of Atlanta; and son
David Cates, daughter-in-law
Misao Cates, and grandchil-
dren Truly Mei and Venture
Ko Cares of Atlanta.
A memorial service in his
honor will be held at Glenn
Memorial United Methodist
Church on the Emory campus
on Friday, luly 22, at 2 p.m. In
lieu of flowers, the family
requests that memorial dona-
tions in his name can be made
for leukemia research at the
\Vinship Cancer Institute,
Emort University, 1535C
Clifton Rd., Atlanta. GA
30322, or the teaching schol-
arship fund at Emory Heart
Center, Emorv University
Hospital, 1364 Clifton Rd. NE,
Suite 1606, Atlanta, GA
30322. The family may be
contacted at 898 Briarcliff
Road, Atlanta, GA 30306.
Arrangements b\ H.M.
Patterson & Son. Spring Hill
Chapel, 1020 Spring Street
N\V, Atlanta, GA 30309.


Rutter Jr.

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Rutter
'Ruth -:of Baltimore, and two.
brothers Don of Baltimore
and Charlie of Woodbury, NJ;
and multiple nieces .and
nephews. He is predeceased
in death by his father, John R
Rutter Sr. and his mother.;
Elsie May Butler.
Memorial services will be
held at the VF\V, 915 8th Ave
South, Jacksonville Beach, Fl
32250, Friday, July 21, 2006 at
2 p.m.. In lieu of flowers the
family requests contributions
to the Naval Memorial Fund
701 Pennsylvania Ave N.W.,.
Suite 123, Washington DC,'
20004, Attn: Directoi:r of
Donor Services.


Robert Stoll,' 75, of Ponte County Audubon Society. He
Vedra Beach died on July 13, was a founding member of
2006 due to complications the Stewards of the St. Johns
related to a rare autoimmune River. He organized what has
pulmonary disease. He was now become an annual count
born in Michigan'to Swiss cit- of Peregrine Falcons migrat-
izens who returned to ing through Ponte Vedra in
Switzerland when he was 2 the fall. He alsospent count-
years old. The family returned less hours on 4 miles of beach
to live in the US permanently in Ponte Vedra as a Principal
8 years later. Sea Turtle Permit holder for
He graduated from Andover the State of Florida. Stoll
Academy and Yale University. enjoyed woodcarving and was
He had earned an ROTC com- a. founding member of the
mission at Yale and two weeks Northeast' Florida
after graduation he was on Woodcarver's Guild. For 10
active duty in the Army as an years, he worked part time
artillery officer. He' served with the Duval County
with the 45th Infantry Health Department on one of
, Division as an artillery for- theirft mobile dental yvans, pro-
ward. observer in Korea. He viding preventive dental care
receivedd a battlefield promo- to elementary school kids
tion and a Bronze Star after a throughout Duval County.
particularly nasty battle .on Dr. Stoll joined the Mayport
Sandbag Castle on the eastern Navy.League eight years ago
front. After the war he worked and volunteered to serve as
for Sikorsky Aircraft, making the Executive Treasurer of the
helicopter, rotorheads, while entire organization. He held
contemplating his career. this position .until January of
He decided on dentistry and this year, when he became too
graduated with academic ill to serve. His work earned
honors from the Uni'ersity of him the Navy League of the,
Michigan School of Dentistry. United States Scroll of Honor,
He returned to, active dutyin one of the two most presti-
the Aimy and. subsequently. gious awards bestowed by the
earned Masters Degrees from National Navy League each
Bavlor University and from year., ,
the LUniversitv of Missouri and Family members includehis
became an orthodontist. wife Qf 32years, Rea and a sis-
He retired tiom the Army ter" living in Connecticut."
after completing his last tour They had no children.
in Germany and then imme- Services will be-held'in the
diately, went to work for a Jacksonville VA Cemetery and
German orthodontist in Mausoleum when it is fin-
northern Bavaria. He and his ished.; He has asked that in
wife Rea enjoyed eight years lieu, ;of flowers, consider a
there and came to .Florida charitable .donation to the
because their bodies needed Nature Conservancy of
movie sunshine. Florida, 222 South Westmonte
He was very active in envi- Dr., Altamonte Springs, FL
ronmental organizations. 32714.
serving two terms .as a Services under the directiori
Director "of' the Florida and care of Quinn-Shalz-
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James Allister Wood


Slams Alliste r Wood, 82, died
at home on Saturday, luly 15.
2006. A native of Oak Park,
Illinois lie grew up in
Lombard, Illinois and had lived
in Atlantic Beach since 1962.
:', d js' j a UL.S. Na-v veter-
an, having served on aircraft
carriers in the Pacific Theatre
during W\\VII and Korea.
During the Korean Conflict he
earned a commendation for
making repairs to the catapults-
while at sea, a job that was pre-
viouslv only done in a Navy
yard, thereby enabling them to
stay in battle. Following Korea,
he retired after 36 years with
the Civil Service. He was a long
time member of St. Paul's by
the Sea Episcopal Church.
where he sang in the choir,
served on the Vestry and vari-
ous other church committees.
He was active)n the commu-,
nit;, having served on the
board of the Beaches Council
of Aging and represented the
Beaches area on the
Wonderw6od Expressway
Committee ',.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Charles James and
juanita Boutet Wood and five
sisters, Betty Windham,
Mildred Crider, Carol Foust,
NMarian Cochran and Nita ,
Aldridge., :
Survivors include his wife of
,51 years, Virginia NM. Wood;
son and daughter-in-law,
Robert 1. and Cindy Wood;
granddaughter, Kristin E.
Wood; sister and brother-in-
Jaw, Dorothy L. and Clifford


Wood
Culpepper; brother and sister-
in-law; Glenn F. and Eldonna'
Wood; numerous nieces and
nephews, other family mem-
_bers and dear friends.
Memorial services will .be
held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July'22
at. St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal Church, Jacksonville
Beach, with The Rev. Penny L.
Pfab officiating. In lieu of flow-
ers, donations may be made in
his memory to St. Paul's by the
Sea Episcopal : Church
Memorial Fund, 465 11th
Avenue North, Jacksonville
Beach, Florida 32250 or 'to the,
Community Hospice
Foundation, 4114 Sunbeam
Road, Suite 101, Jacksonville,
Florida 32257.
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Fleet Landing book sale

aids Helping Hands

by JEFFREY MINTON chase 2 acres west of Mayport
STAFF WRITER Road for construction of about
18 town homes.
The Fleet'-Landing LUbrary is- The homes, would be for
holding a book sale to. raise,' homeless, families with chil-
money for. the proposed l dren who demonstrate an abil-
Helping Hands Vil1age, 'a:,tran- ity and intent to become self-
sitional housing program inr sufficient, according to the
the Mayport area for homeless Helping hands Web site.
families with children. : Helping Han s' Village is
Betsy Lewis with the library partnering ; with Beaches
said Thursday that the grkup Habitat to. b.ild the town-
had hoped to raise about $500 homes. The intent is to pre-
through the sale' and' then pare families, in the Helping
library volunteers will match Hands Village program for
that amount, bringing the eventual home'ownership, per-
total to $1,000 to ,go towards haps through Beaches Habitat.
the Helping Hands. program. So far the gr6up'has raised
But: this '.week sbe, said -the about $20,000 for the project,
group has already raised,$'800. approximately -" $5,000 of
Lewis said that theisale is which was-raised, at a Casino
scheduled to' giothrough ijily. Night benefit held at the Sea
25. The books are being;don'at- Turtle 'Inn June 24, said Paul
ed by residents of, Fleet 'Griienther, an organizer of
Landing, a life care retirement Hlping Hands effort, ..
community-, located" 'off of',, .Gruien.th'eri'said ,that' the
Mayport, Road; While the saleL'- $500'000:is n6'eded just to pur-
is.rtot intended for-'the general : 'cha'se- thie land.- He said t p
public. Lewis said that- the' she development'the, property will'
will all6w a'-limited number tke':iip to an additional $2,5
non-residents of Fleet Landing. million ,. .
to.-purchase. b6oks.if they wshb; 'Lewis'-4iian' Gruenther said-
by appointment. 'She, ,said- that:they hope the .book sale
those interested can- calj. 246' will raise'.awareness for 'the
9900 extension 116.. ileet project.
Landing is located at -1 fleet ",We're hoping this will
Landing Boulevard. inspire other organizations',to
.The organizers of, Helping grhaps' do..lkewise,". Lewis
Hands Village say they nedi to said
'raise roughly $500,000 fo'pur-


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Plans include

a memorial

'to fishermen,

shrimpers

who have

perished
'by JEFFREY MINTON
i' .STAFF WRITER
,A Jacksonville cell tower
company.has recently reiterat-
ed its interest ;in placing a
,tower .disguised as a flag pole
in,.Ma1port Village.
S AAnd the company,
I .:. TwerCom, says it is also still
S co6mmiitted .to constructing a
public pavilion, arid a monU-
meht to tihe.'.village's fallen"
BMiIED fishermen near the ferry slip,
according to a July 10 letter for
the company's executive vice
ow president fto Mayport
land- Waterfront Partnership board
ip is member Carroll Huffiries.
I .In response, the partnership
.$500 at its Monday meeting unani-
u$500 mously OK'd a recommenda-
tion for the Jacksonville City
Council to approve the cell
tower project.
The issue of a cell tower
being placed in the village was
discussed a few. years ago by


the partnership and
TowerCom but the project
never materialized between
the company and the city of
Jacksonville. During those
original discussions the part-
nership worked out a deal with
in which they would recom-
mend to the city of
Jacksonlille that the cell tower
be allowed in return for a pub-
lic pavilion and monument
statue.
TowerCom Executive Vice
President David H. Boeff in the
July 10 letter said his company
is still interested in that deal
and has asked for the partner-
ship's support for the project
to the Jacksonville City
Council.
As proposed, the 150-foot
cell tower will be a lighted flag
pole with fencing and land-
scaping. along the ground level
to hide any associated equip-
ment. The tower would be
located at the end of the vil-
lage near the Navy Base, said
partnership officials Tuesday.
The company would con-
struct the public pavilion and
monument on a piece of city
property near the ferry slip, say
officials.
The statue would be a monu-
ment to the men who died off
Mayport' in the fishing and
shrimping industry.


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Arlife's newest production is a home of its own
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by ASHLEY MILLS
STAFF IW'RITER

After years of a vagabor
lifestyle, Artlife Production
Inc., an arts education comp
nv committed to bringing qua
ity arts experiences to the cor
munity, has settled into a pe
manent home, in Atlant
Beach. '
Karen Sadler created ti
company in 1999 after sl
moved here with her fami
from New York to help enhan
the arts opportunities already
offered by the school system.
As a film producer in wh
she termed her "first career
Sadier developed connection]
with some of the premier artist
in the world,- she said. Wht
she settled in Atlantic Beach
raise her family, she wanted
ensure that her children and
of her friends' children cou
grow up around this same qu;
ity of the arts.
"I came here to be able to I
a part of a community and su
port a community and I lo'
the arts so much that art is,
feel, one of the most importal
parts of a community," sl
said. "So, I started the compare
to address bringing more ar
and artists to the children."
From 1999 until one mond
ago, the company existed c
wheels .-- traveling to school
after school programs and nc
profit organizations in order
fulfill its mission of arts educ
tion. Now that Sadler's creation
has found a studio of its own
510 Maavport Road, she intend


to expand the level of program-
ming available, she said.
"It allows us in a sense to
id stretch out a little bit and be
ns able to have a longer format,"
)a- she said.
al- The studio has been host to
n- weekly art camps this summer,
er- and Sadler plans to offer after
tic school programs in the fall. She
has plans to develop a studio,
he for film editing that will serve
he as a resource center for those
ly', who want to learn more about
ce the craft. She will also offer pro-
dy grams for adults and festival
days open to families, she said.
at "What I've found is that a lot
r,". of parents wish they were 8
ns years old again," she said.
sts Also, Artlife will continue to
en provide the traditional out-
to reach programs into schools
to that enhance the material pro-
all vided by teachers. Sadler
Id recruits high-caliber artists to
al- expose children to a new expe-
rience in visual arts, drama,
be music, literature, film-making
p- or dance, she said. These pro-
ve grams are customized to fit
I individual teachers and lesson
nt plans.
he "The vision is that every
ny child and every participant has
rts an opportunity to really have
the highest quality experience
th in the arts that we can make
)n available," she said. "That expe-
ls, rience can be life changing."
3n Although a child can hear
to music at a concert hall or see an
a- exhibit at the museum, these
@n performers can seem larger
at than life to a child from 20
ds rows away. Artlife brings these


same performers "
from the Times-
Union Center and
artists who have
shown at the
Smithsonian but
allows children to
have access, to
them in an inti- k,,:;.
mate environ-
ment, she said.
"They can under- .'
stand for .them-
selves that this is a
human being, not
just someone up
on a stage," she
said. "That means
if this person can
tell stories, so can I'.
It gives them a
really meaningful
experience and
interaction. I think
there's an .
exchange of ener-
gy."
Another impor- Summer Ca
tant aspect of the ed both dar
program is to pro-
vide education.
For example,
many of the arts activities start
by learning about a historic art
form and then weaving that
inspiration into a modern cre-
ation, Sadler said.
All of the collaborating artists
that Sadler employs are also
educators. The summer arts
camp director, Andre Ignacio
Dimapilis, is a drama teacher
for the Duval County School
System in addition to working
with Artlife for the past six
years.


Hermia Williams demonstrates the next dance move for the 7 to 12 year olds in a complex series
of steps that included somersaults, mid-air twists and both African and hip-hop influences.


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campers at Artlife Productions in Atlantic Beach rehearse an end of the week performance that includ-
icing and singing.


Dimapilis aspires to be a pro-
fessional actor, but he surpris-
ingly fell into a teaching career
after graduating from Florida
State University. With an infec-
tious energy and approachabil-
ity, teaclung and working with
children came naturally to
him. He is grateful for the
opportunity to work with
Artlife because it combines
both his passions, he said.
"I get to be an artist and a
teacher at the same time and I
get to be me," he said. "There
are hardly any opportunities to
be a working artist in
Jacksonville."
One of the most rewarding
experiences is 'being ib'le 't6''
watci a clufad grow th'rod'gh'
experience with the arts and
make an instantaneous impact,
Dimapilis' said. Even over the
course of a day, he gets to see
children grow and come out of
their shells, he said.
He is also looking forward to
seeing Artlife and the opportu-
nities it offers continue to
expand.
Finding a permanent home
was an important step. he said.
This week's camp has the
largest number of participants
to date, he said.
"Since you're starting brick by
brick, it's going fo be a slow
start and then you get the
momentum rolling and keep it
going," he said. '"That's the'
hardest part."
For more information about
upcoming programming, visit
www.artlifeproductions.com.


Andre Ignacio Dimapilis, the summer arts camp director, steps
back for a moment to give a camper personalized instruction for'
an especially challenging dance step. Other activities the chil-
dren participated in over the course of the week included mask-
making and theater performances based on silent films.


Food for the oul nies


by KATHY NICOLETTI
STAFF WRITER,
Ponte Vedra resident Jill
Barden has led the "Food for
the Soul" Ministry at Palms
Presbyterian Church for the
past two years. The ministry
provides hot meals on a tem-
porary basis for members of
the congregation who have a'
special need.
Barden works with a team of
19 volunteers .to provide a
meal that addresses the need
for spiritual and physical nour-,
ishment. People coping with
illness or death in, the family,
families with a flew baby, or
those with other special cir-
cumstances benefit from the
ministry.
".Even on a busyday......after
you do the meal and take it
over, you feel like it is your gift
to them," said Barden, who is a
deacon at the church. "I never'
thought it' would be as reward-
ig as it is, but it makes it all
worthwhile." .
Ministry volunteers include
stay-at-home mothers, women
who are employed full or part-
time, retired women, and one
man. The volunteers cook the
food in their own home before
delivering the meal.
Barden coordinates requests
with the volunteers' schedules
so 'that no one becomes over-
burdened. Most of those who
volunteer like to cook but


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beyond that have a desire" to"
serve the church and the com-
riunitv, she said.
"No one has ever asked for
reimbursement for the cost,
although it is available from
the church," she said.
The volunteers always feel as
if they also receive much from
preparing and delivering the
meal. It is not unusual for
someone who has been the
recipient of the ministry to
want to join the effort to give
something back in return, said
Barden.
"This is really the gift that
keeps giving," said Amy
Jacobson, a Ponte Vedra resi-
dent who has volunteered with
the ministry for about four
years.
"My mom did this and when
she died people brought meals
for my family for about a
week," she. said.
Beyond not having to worry
about meals at the. time,
Jacobson said how good it was
to know that people cared. She
has returned the favor several
times over, bringing "comfort
food" to others. "


"And people are just so grate-
ful," said Jacobson.
The volunteers also spend a
little time visiting when they
deliver the meal. This gives the
recipient the opportunity to
talk a little about their loss 6r
illness or to show the volun-
teer their new baby.
Most of the volunteers have
a few favorite -recipes and
menus that they like to use for
the ministry.
Barden prefers preparing a
roast with mashed potatoes
and green beans for the min-
istry. One of her favorite
recipes is. Marinated Pork
Tenderloin, which she, first
enjoyed at a dinner party.
"I found it so easy to prepare
that, I began using it as my
'Food for the Soul dish,'" she
said.
Jacobson often chooses to
make a Baked Ziti casserole.
This was one of the meals
brought to her family after her
mother passed away. The dish
proved to be very popular with
children, so Jacobson frequent-,
ly uses her friend's recipe for
the ministry.
The following are Barden's
and Jacobson's recipes for the
Food for the Soul Ministry at
Palms Presbyterian Church.

See FOOD, A-11


Jill Barden, on the right, chairs the Food for the Soul Ministry at Palms Presbyterian Church and
Amy Jacobson is one of the team of volunteers in the ministry.


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The Beaehe Leader/Ponie Vedra Leader


July 19, 2006


Engagements


Andrea Paoloi Move of Ponte
Vedia Beach and Paul Francis
Kukish qf Southington,
Connecticut have announced
their engagement to be mar-
ried.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of John and Arelys Moye of
Ponte Vedra Beach. She is a
graduate of Bishop Kenny
High School '- and the
University of North Florida
with a bachelor's, degree in
advertising.


The groom-elect is the son of
Paul Kukish of Southington,
Connecticut and the late
Catherine Kukish. He is a grad-
uate of the University of
Connecticut and New Yoik
University School of'Law. He is
employed by, the law firm of'
Latham & Watkins in New
York City.
The couple plan to wed on
November '18, 2006 at the
Sawgrass Marriott Resort apd
Spa, n Ponte Vedra Beach.
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SStephanie Piland and Jim Jordon


Piland-
Stephanie Piland and Jim
Jordon, both .of Jacksonville,
have announced thelr'engage-
ment to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-,
ter of Rueben and Judy Piland
of Jacksonville. She is a regis-
tered nurse- at Shonds
Jacksonville. '


Jordon
The groom-elect is the son of
Frank and Carol -ordon of
Jacksonville. He is employed
with Technology Architect at
CSX. 'i
The couple .plan to wed at 4
p.m.. Nov. 18, 2006, at
Oceanside Christian Church


Wedding


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Elizabeth Dawn Edwards of
Neptune Beach and Derrick
Robert Zerbe of Jacksonville
were married on Saturday July
1 at St. Paul's By the Sea
Episcopal Church in
lacksonville Beach with the
Rev. Penny Pfab presiding.
The bride is the daughter of
Wayne and Mary Edwards of
Neptune Beach. She is a grad-
uate of Fletcher High School
and the'Universitv of Florida.
She is employed by Duval
County as. a first-grade
teacher at Loretto Elementary
School. .
The groom is the son of
Robert and Marion Zerbe of
Mount Laurel,, NJ. He is a


recent graduate of the FCCJ
Fire Academy and currently
works at Saladworks
Restaurant.
Katie Barnhill was the maid
of honor. Kim Bartkowski,
Katie Davidson, Rikki Lyman,
Katie Noe, Amy Waters and
Meghan Wojeski. were the
bride's attendants, James
Gooding was the best man.
Alex Diggs, Chris Fenorolli,
Dare Lupus, Victor Rice, Bob
Snyder, Chris Zerbe and Mike
Zerbe were groomsmen.
Following a honeymoon to St.
Lucia, the couple avill reside
in Jacksonville.


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Amy Rasey and Joseph Ayers

Rasey-Ayers


Amy Rasey 'of Jacksonville
and Joseph Ayers of
Jacksonville Beachi have
announced their .engagement
to be married.
. The bride-eletgjth .daug.ln1
tef. of Richard'anidi Margie
Rasey of Jacksonville. She is a
graduate of Bishop Kenny
High School, received a
Bachelor's Degree from Florida
State University and aN Master!s
degree in psychology.from the ,
Florida Institute of


Technology. She is employed
by C.L.G.
The groom-elect is the.son of
Richard and Cvd Avers of
Atlantic Beach. He is a gradu- Michelle Swanstrom and
teof .,B ..ihp,op ,enny -igFrancis Ablola
S-cho61 Mind a' graduate of%( und sIutrsie _nMnall a-.PE,.a
University of Florida. He is l
employed by CB .Richard Ellis. Swan taon
The, couple plan to wed on
Saturday, November 4, 2006 at -Ahloi '
the Cathedral Basilica in Saint
Augustine..


Adam Skinner and Elizabeth Van Wagner

Van Wagner-Skinner

Elizabeth Van Wagner' of
Smithville, Missouri and Adam _
Skinner of Kansas City,
Missouri will be married on
Saturday, July 22, at the
Church of the Good Shepherd
with Father Thomas Punzo
presiding.
Charles and Sandra Van 30
WVagner Albin of Smithville,
Missouri and the granddaugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton C.
Van Wagner of Jacksonville
Beach. She is a graduate of
MNaur Hill Academy and is cur-
rently attending Maplewoods
Community College in Kansas
Ciry.
The groom is the son Mr.
and Mrs. Gregory Skinner of UT
Jacksonville. He graduated I
magna cum laude from the
University of North Florida. 704 9th St. S
Aileen Berquist, Megan

Albin and Asha Lacey were the Sale (
bride's attendants. Scott One
Cavazos, Medani Haffar and One
David Smith were the gloorms-
men. ALL
Following a honeymoon to ,'
Lake of the Ozarks, the couple APPOIi
will reside in Overland'. Park,
Kansas.', 0 A 0%


Michelle Swanstrom and
Francis Ablola .both of
Jacksonville were married on
July 1 at 3 p.m. in St. Joseph's
Catholic Church in
Jacksonville.
The bride, daughter of Betsy
Swanstrom and Herb
Swanstrom Jr. of Jacksonville,
graduated from Sandalwood
High School and the
University of North Florida
and is employed by Neptune
Beach Elementary School.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Ablola of
Jacksonville, graduated from
Florida Community College
and Sandalwood High School'
and is employed by MPS
Group.
Terrill Chapman was the
matron of honor and Katey
Machwrick was' the maid of
honor. Bernard Ablola was the
best man. Following a trip to
the Western Carribbean, the
couple will live in Jacksonville.
The bride's married name is be
Michelle Lyn Ablola.


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9-11a.m.:
Acrylic Painting-
Olsen (8/8 & 8/29)'
9 a.m.-4p.m.:
Scrabble, Bridge,
Canasta OPEN PLAY
10:10-10:55a.m.
Stretch, Strength &
Balance-Maurer
11 a.m.-Noon
Fitness for Seniors-
Maurer
7-10 p.m.
Dupliate Bridge-
Higginbotham
WEDNESDAY
Open 9 a.m.-8:30p.m.
10-1 la.m.
Gentle Yoga-Rathburn
12-4p.m.,
Bridge-OPEN PLAY (BRING .
PARTNERS)' .
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Aerobics-Renard.
6:30-7:15' p.m.
Beginning Tap (Technique)-
Bull -
6:30-8:30,p.m. :
Pillow Pals ,.
7:30-8:30 p.m.
Adyanced Tap-Zipperer .
THURSDAY
Open 9 a.m.-Sp.m.
9-10:30a.m.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly-Tops
Weightless
'9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Canasta OPEN PLAY
10:10-10:55 a.m.
Stretch, Strength & Balance-
Maurer 11 a.m.-Noon
Fitness-for Seniors- Maurer
'3:30-5p.m.
Ukulele Ensembe
(8/10 & 8/24)
7-10op.m.
Coastal Quilters (8/7 ONLY)
FRIDAY
OPEN 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Quilting 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Bridge Open
Play(BRING PARTNERS)
SATURDAY
8:30a.m.-4p.m. .
Beach Bums Quilting (8/19
ONLY)
SUNDAY
7p.m.-9p.m.
Sunday Night Discussion
Group
Special Opportunities at the
Neptune Beach Senior


The AARP Driver Safety
Program will be held at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center on July 22 and 23 (Sat
& Sun) from 1.5 p.m.
" Registration for the 8-hour
course is $10. Call 241-7285
or email r.spruell@comcast.net
for required reservations.
Local author visits
Grahl "Nana" Barkowski
Neitz will be the guest speaker
The author of "Cabbage-
berries, Duck Feathers, and the
Tides, A Collection of Palm
Valley Memories" on
Wednesday, July 26 will be at
the Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center. "Nana" will
share stories of her life and
times growing up in Palm
Valley at 1 p.m. Signed copies
of her book will be available.
The event is open and free to
the public. Refreshments will
be served.
Senior Poker
Tournament to kick off
A 12-week poker tourna-
ment is scheduled to begin on
Wednesday, July 27, from 1
p.m.-4 p.m. at the Neptune
Beach Senior.Activity Center..
All tables, cards, chips, refresh-
ments, and snacks will be pro-
vided. Reservations are neces-
sary to ensure a seat.


New Classes Starting!
Beginning Tap Classes will
be offered on Wednesday
nights at 6:30 p.m. starting
August 2 and Monday mornm-
ings at 10 a.m. beginning on
August 7 at the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center.
If you have always wanted to
hear the'rhythm of your feet
hitting the floor, plan- on com-
ing to tap, organizers said. "If
you can walk and talk, you
can tap!" Call Jane 241-0432
for further information

Bridge for Dummies
If you have always wanted
to'le'arnhow to play bridge, or
if it has been yearssince you
have and' need a v'brush-up," a
Begiprers.Bridge, Class will' be
offered, for five weeks begin-
ning'on, Tuesday, September
12 from 3-5 p.m. at the


FROM STAFF
Adventure Landing lifeguards
traveled to Tampa July 11-12 for
the 2006 Lifeguard Games.
Eight lifeguards represented
Adventure Landing's Shipwreck
Island Waterpark and relieved
the Most Spirited Award among
lifeguard teams from across the
state.
Adventure Landing team
members were Chris Abshear,
Jeremy Christian, Lauren
Correa, Keegan Godwin,
Andrew Louvat, Caitlyn Mertz,
Heather Root and Jessica Yong.
The 2006 Lifeguard Games
featured physical competitions
and rescue drills where five


teams competed against each
other. Guards also competed in
a volleyball tournament and a
cannonball tournament.
Adventure Landing placed first
in both events.
This year marked the first
time Adventure Landing partici-
pated in the Lifeguard Games.
Team captain and Waterpark
Manager Heather Root was
pleased with the results.
"This year we achieved a sense
of team unity and a good under-
standing of how the competi-
tion works," she said. "Next year
we'll be ready to win more
events. We want to be the best
lifeguards in Florida."


Jessica Yong competes in the "Iron Guard" competition July 12
at the Lifeguard Games.


Soul Food


Continued from A-9
MARINATED PORK
TENDERLOIN
(Jill Barden)
3 Tblsp' olive oil
I Tblsp red wine or bal-
samic vinegar
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp lemon pepper
2 (or more) cloves of gar-
lic, crushed
2 3/4 lb. pork tenderloins
Dale's Seasoning
Chopped pecans
Combine first five ingredi-
ents. Stir Well. Place ten-
derloins in a zip lock bag.
Pour mixture over, cover and
chill at least, three hours.
Place tenderloins in a baking
dish. Sprinkle pecans on ten-
derloins. Pour.a little Dale's
along with about a quarter,
cup of water. around the ten-
derloin so the pecans stay on
the top.
Bake' at 350,,for 45 minutes.
Let stand 15 minutes. Serve
with pecan marinade.

Baked Ziti
(Aiiy jacobson)

1 Ib.. ziti
1 lb. ricotta cheese
1 lb.-shredded mozzarella
one and' one-half jars


uNeptu e ai^enior Activity 1t tomato, basic! spaghettisauce
Uentr. # corsewill bet l? 1 egg- -
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'Registration is required. The
Senior Activity Center can be
reached by calling 270-1688. H O
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Tickets are available at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity.
Center for the December 10,
game with the Jacksonville
Jaguars and Indianapolis
Colts. Charter transportation,
a tailgate party with" barbecue
pork, ribs, chicken, turkey,
baked beans, slaw, assorted
beverages, etc. is included
with the purchase of.a ticket.
Lion King Tickets
The Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center now has the
FCCJ Artist Series 2007 March
production of "Lion King"
tickets available. The March
21, 2007 production will be
attended after a pre-theater
party at the center and charter
transportation to the Moran
Theater. Seating is located in
the first 6 rows of center
orchestra.


Cook ziti and drain. Line
pan with a little sauce. In a
large bowl, mix ricotta and
egg and a little more than half
of the mozzarella, leaving
some aside for the top. Mix
well.
Ad'd ziti. Pour mixture into
pan. Pour sauce over 'mixture.
Do not top with remaining
cheese yet. The recipe can be
made ahead to this point.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30
minutes. Top with remaining
mozzarella cheese, bake
another 15 minutes.


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Louvat, Heather Root, Caitlyn Mertz, Chris Abshear, Keegan
Godwin, Jessica Yong and Jeremy Christian.


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growing in your home can
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Fortunately, it can be easy to
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The issue of mold continues
to be an important topic to
builders, homeowners and gov-
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Lately, it has reached an even
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there is much confusion con-
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Keep kitchen and bathroom
windows open, or use exhaust
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Make sure your clothes
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Dehumidify your. base-
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Reduce the potential for
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Supermarket

nutritional

tours offered
Educators from the University of
Florida will conduct Smart and
Healthy Nutrition Tours in selected
PublLx supermarkets in Duval County
including at the PublLx at San Pablo
Road and Beach Boulevard.
During the class, which lasts about
three hours, consumers will study how
to choose foods that are nutrient
dense and lower in fat, salt and sugar.
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sions while walking through a grocery
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July 19, 2006 SPO RTS


OPINION


PGA helps

'poor' golfers

earn some

extra cash

On the eve of the British
Open, here comes the
PGA with a hot idea for
bracing its television ratings: A
point system to declare the real
big winner of the year.
A point system? Is this the
PGA or NASCAR?
That's a cozy inducement for
the big names to play even
harder. And they probably
need the money, since me reg-
ular tournaments don't pay the
.contestants much these days.
Oh, sure.
Fans should be excited
beyond their imaginations to
pull for the struggling stars to
make a decent fee. Will TV rat-
ings boom in the autumn
because the Tour members will
finally have a chance to win a
big pot that will enable them
to pay their rent?
Sam Snead would love it -
if he were still with us. They
may never find the greenbacks
old Sam is reported to have
buried in his yard for years.
In other golf-related news,
how are locals feeling about
the change undergoing now
out at the TPC Stadium
Course? Do they mind a new
parking system that transfers
many fans to the outskirts at
UNT?
Some fans, regulars at The
Players Championship, feel
they'r~e eing give' thie short
end of the club, to put it mild-
ly. Having to pay more to park
conveniently is actually quite
inconvenient. The community
wanted The Players when the
Tour moved here and it has to
pay the piper.
Thousands of football fans
don't mind tailgating a long
way from their stadium. why
can't golf fans endure a little
inconvenience? What the pub-
lic must understand is that the
PGA is doing everything to
make the tournaments better,
but parking can't-be everything
everybody wants. After all,
tournaments aren't charity
affairs.
With the new clubhouse and
other improvements now
being undertaken at the
Stadium Course, fans shouldn't
resent a little physical effort.
After all, isn't golf .exertion
good for you?
Of all the world crises now
capturing our attention, the
biggest woe is not that North
. Korea may pop the States with
a nuclear missile. That's bad,
but 'then so is the fact that the
North Pole is melting like an
eskimo pie in the sun. No, the
biggest worry for Americans is
that we don't have a soccer
team that can conquer the
world. Never mind that we can
no longer win wars we are
lousy in world soccer!
If you endured the World
Cup down to its last head butt,
didn't you wonder why this
country can't get its blood
pressure up over a good soccer
game? In one of the opening
games, England won a 1-0 vic-
tory and didn't even score a
goal. The Brits got it on a rule
infraction. Now that's exdte-
ment for you.
As for America's answer to
the World Cup, we give you
baseball's All-Star game, where
the Americans and Nationals
supposedly send their best
heroes.
This is not to say that the
2006 classic in Pittsburgh was
the most exciting of modem
times, but it wasn't' the worst.
The Americans won it, 3-2,
over the Nationals on a two-
run triple in the ninth inning.
No rule infraction and both
teams scored runs, but you
can't expect baseball to be as
thrilling as a world soccer
game. Wonder what the world
soccer nuts thought about the
year Pete Rose bulldozed catch-
er Ray Fosse at home plate for
the winning run?


FROM STAFF

hile. high school soccer sea-
sop tt4y-e rfonthstray, fun-
damentals of the game are being
stressed during the first session
of Fletcher Soccer Camp this*
week. Camp participants, are
sweating it out in a series of
drills designed to hone skills and
keep players in shape.
.The camp is conducted by
Fletcher High boys varsity coach
Mike Levine with clinicians like
Senators girls coach Megan
Pardue, members of the Emory
Riddle University soccer team
and Bentley College head coach
Peter Simonini working with.
individual groups of players.
Simonini, a former pro player
with the New England and
Jacksonville Tea Men, is working
with goalkeepers.
"It's a way to work on tech-
niques and get some touches on
the ball," said former Fletcher
girls co-captain Anna, Donald-
son. l'm, not. playing,in a sum-
mer league,so this is a good way
to at least get some work in
before I leave' for school Aug.


,
12."
Donaldson" 'who anchored,
the Senators team 'in goal -for.
three seasons, will' attend
Belmont Abbey College in
Charlotte, N.C. on a soccer
scholarship beginning this fall.
Fletcher Soccer Camp is divid-
ed into separate sessions. Players
in 7th to 12th grade participate
from 9 a.m. until noon, while
camp for 5- to 10-year-olds takes
place from 5.p.m. until 7 p.m.
The first week of camp con-
cludes on Thursday, with week
two beginning next Monday.
Levine said fundamentals and
fun are emphasized, with an eye
'on getting players ready for
upcoming seasons.
"It's a chance for players to,
work on their skills and get
some great coaching from the
clinicians we have," he said.
Levine recently returned from
Europe where he led a group of
high school sophomore and'
junior players from the area into
competition against some top
teams in Holland. Players also
got a chance to attend a World
Cup game in Germany as part of
the trip.


Pnoto by ROB DeANGELO
Former Fletcher High goalkeeper Anna Donaldson makes a
save during soccer camp drills Monday. Donaldson will be a
freshman at Belmont Abbey College this fall.


Women's golf league thriving

By CHUCK ADAMS : ,, '
SPORTS WRITER i -"


, The Women's "E" League at
Jacksonville Beach Golf Club,
run by LPGA Class A teaching
professional Mary Lyons, has
grown significantly in its four
years of existence. The season
starts when daylight savings
time begins and ends when
docks are changed in the fall.
"We play until we run out of
daylight," Lyons said, noting
that "the object of the league is
to provide local women, from
the beaches, and Jacksonville,
with an opportunity to play at
least nine holes of golf, have a
good time, meet other women,
socialize and play golf at the
same time."
The ladies tee off starting at 5
p.m. every Wednesday and
Thursday. The "E" in the
league's name stands for e-mail,
the manner in which members
are notified.
The league began with 15-20
golf students and friends of
Lyons, who has been a teaching
professional for eight years.
"Now I have 50 players on
Wednesday nights. We had so
many people want to get in we
had to start another night. So I
have 50 on Thursday, also," she
said.
There's a waiting list, but no
plans to add another evening.
"It's almost too much for the
course to take," said Lyons. "We
don't want to take away time
from the regular public play."
The league.includes competi-
tive players who, while not
scratch golfers, are very close.
There also are women who just
want to play for fun.
Lyons played golf in high
school and at Florida State. She
was in the top 5 in the state her
junior and senior years of high
school.
In college Lyons ran into
what she called "a little bit of a
roadblock, a coach that, person-
ality-wise, we didn't get along.
So I decided to start to study,
rather than play golf. I stepped
away from the game for about
20 years."
Lyons switched to racquetball
and competed in on amateur
and pro circuits. She and fellow
Neptune Beach resident Susan
Pfahler, her racquetball doubles
partner and also a member of
the women's golf league, have
been inducted into the
National Racquetball Hall of
Fame in Houston. The duo have


Pnoto by CHUCK ADAMS
Palm Valley resident Mary Kohnke practices before playing
July 12 in the Women's E League at Jax Beach Golf Club.


played together since 1983 and
are the first doubles pair to be
admitted to the national hall of
fame.
What led Lyons back 'to golf
was the fact that racquetball
club business was slowing
down.
"I was unable to make it
financially. My children [she
and husband Steve Lyons, who
coaches the Nease girls golf
team, have three] were getting a
little older. It was time to make
a break."
Lyons returned to golf in
1996, the year before her
youngest child, son Roy, was
born. Lyons says Roy is her "lit-
tle golfer. He plays in the league
when I have an opening. The
ladies enjoy him."
Lyons doesn't play in tourna-
ments. '.
"I enjoy teaching," she said.
"I get more of a thrill patching
Roy hit good shots than I would
get out of me hitting a good
shot. He's playing in junior
events. It's just so thrilling to
see my student 'get it.'
"My family and my students
are my priority, and I truly love
that."


The league members appreci-
ate what Lyons has done for
them.
Angie Browning of Jackson-
ville Beach met Lyons through
racquetball. She started playing
golf three years ago with a
-group of friends and carries a 12
handicap.
"I'd say she's one of the best
teachers, especially for women
or other people who are looking
to get into the game and want
someone who can help them
move from square one to a
point where they can really
enjoy it," said Browning. "Mary
is just the best because she helps
you not feel overwhelmed.
"Golf is a tough sport, and
the swing itself can be over-
whelming. But she really helps
put it in perspective for stu-
dents."
Mary Kohnke started playing
golf when she was 14, stopped
for awhile, and has been play-
ing again for eight years. What
brought her to the ladies league
was the price and the fact
Jacksonille Beach GC is dose
for someone who lives in Palm
Valley. She also started taking
lessons from Lyons.


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Emily Whidby makes a save during the first day of Fletcher Soccer Camp Monday at San Pablo Elementary School fields. Whidby was a junior varsity goalkeeper for
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FISHING




Locating the big kings is the -.



focus for anglers this week
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T A There are the big
"/jl kings? This huge
S!Y question will be
answered during the next two
days when serious king fisher-
men throughout the northeast
compete for $.500,000 in prizes
in the Greater Jacksonville
Kingfish Tournament.
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plan which, of course, has to
be flexible enough to' consider
the weather on Thursday
morning as well as the live bait
situation. The weather looks -
great and there has been plen-
ty of bait just north of the jet-
ties.; -
Congratulations to Capt.
Randy Nader, his daughter
Samantha, brother Ray Nader
and friend Jerry Moulton. They
found a big 42.8-pound king
fishing from their
"E.xterminader" and won the
S.K.A. "Mac Attack" Kingfish ,
Tournament at Cape Canaveral
last weekend.
The 42.8-pounder was good
enough to give Samantha her
second straight Jr. Angler
Tournament victory. One of
theu prizes was a beautiful 21-


WIMPY SUTTON
FISHING LEADER

foot Contender. Great fishing.
C, apt., Kirk Waltz with '
Childress Lee and his wife Ann
chummed behind the shrimp
boats north of the jetties last
Tuesday and caught three
sharks and jumped two tarpon.
In the afternoon they
anchored just off the jetties
and pulled up seven redbass.
Capt. Bob Cosby and his son
Matt chummed up a 95-pound
tarpon off Ponte Vedra last
Monday morning. On
Wednesday, Capt. Bob and his
party chummed up six sharks
in the same area and on Friday
Capt. Bob and his party tried


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Lowell Breeding and his stepson Jason Wilderotter caught these
big grouper at the party grounds aboard P.K.'s Mistake.


the jetties and caught two big
reds, a drum and a pair of
flounder.
John Cartiledge, on the
"Mower Money," boxed a 30-
pound king and a 12-pound
king last Saturday.
Capt. Dennis Young, aboard
the "Sea Dancer" with Hank
Clauss, his son Chance and
three grandchildren, chummed


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Nine-year-old Marisa Geuther, of Ponte Vedra Beach, scored an Inshore Grand Slam last
Tuesday while fishing with her father Steve, grandfather Russ and local guide Sterling Stees in
Tampa Bay. Marisa is pictured with a 24-inch snook caught on the last bait of the day.


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a while off the Red Tops j
Thursday morning and jumped
a tarpon, caught several sharks
and 50 whiting. They slipped
offshore later in the morning
and caught thTee cobia to 44
pounds, a 12-pound grouper
and a 10-pound snapper.
Wade and Kathy Randall
used mud minnows to catch
eight flounder last Saturday. C
Brook Daily checked into o
B&M Bait and Tackle with 10
flounder to five pounds he
caught using mud minnows.
Kip and Derrick Dobbs
caught three pompano, five
trout to four pounds, four
whiting and a pair of drum to .,
five pounds.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow and
his guest's Tom Taft and Nelson
Hamos fished Nassau Sound
last Thursday for 33 whiting
and three jacks.
On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier, manager Faye Cotner
reports several excellent catch-
es of whiting along with some
drum, bluefish and several
small pompano.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
with the Bice family from
Birmingham, Alabama last
Saturday used live shrimp to
catch four flounder, three trout'
to 3.5 pounds, two redbass and ,
a dozen ladvfish.
itary.'"Tismiah" Finch, with
Jessie Knap and Terry
Newsome, fished the main
canal between the bridges last
Tuesday with mud minnows
and caught 25 redbass weigh-
ing up to five pounds.
On Friday the "Fishman"
with his wife, Murphy, fished
the surf at Daytona and caught
37 large whiting and several :
blues.
Captain David King, aboard
his "Crusty Crab" at Nassau
Sound, continues to take home
excellent catches of whiting
and pompano.
Anglers aboard the "Mayport
Princess" had outstanding
catches all last week. On
Wednesday six true muttons ,
weighing 12 to 14 pounds,
eight snapper, 13 amberjack
and c6olers full of beeliners
were brought in.
Andy Hogan caught a 12-
and 14-pound mutton and
Jonathan Moran caught two
muttons at 10 and 12 pounds
along with two 12-pound snap-
per.
Anglers on the "King
Neptune" reported plenty of
action last week. On Monday
they unloaded two big cobia,
.five snapper, grouper, lane
snapper, triggerfish, a 19-
pound king, four amberjack
and lots of beeliners and
seabass.
Good Fishin'.

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nigh ground parcel offers some ol Ihe best
views up and down Lake Barkley. 90 min
to Nashville Very close to Land Between
the Lakes rec. area. $62.000 1866i339-
4966
HANDY INVESTORS Special. Great deal
lor rehabers 249-0085
EAST TENNESSEE- Norris Lake 5.6 acre
wooded. lakelrom loi- $66.500 5.1 acre
wooded view lol- $28,900 Call Lakeside
Realty @ (423)626-5820 Or visit
www lakeslaereaity-In com. "
TN 3 ACRE.BLUFF PARCEL 3 beautiful
acres in central Tennessee. Appiox 1800'
elevation Maiure hardwoods Close Io
slate park, 15 area goll courses. Galed,
clubhouse lioness center, nature trails
Only $79,9001 Owner 1866)292-5769


ATLANTIC BEACH 3BR/2BA, 1400sf, 3 PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, beautiful, re-
houses from ocean, 50x100 lot, $800K, modeled townhome on lake. End unit.
645-5526. $185,900. (904)424-0660.


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LIVE CHEAP at Jax Beach! 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 increasing!
This is a very sound investment for the fu-
ture. Only $349,000!! Similar properties
sell for $240,000 Per Side! 617 Seventh
Avenue South, Jacksonville Beach. Call
Dan Cantrell at (904)993-1114 or Fax-
(904)270-8806. h
PONTE VEDRA Beach. THE ISLANDS,
2BR/2BA, attached garage, new roof,
corner lot, community pool, tennis.
REDUCED! $240,000. Available immedi-
ately. (904)703-8380, (423)768-0384.
FSBO IMMACULATE 4/2/2, 2300sf in
Windsor Chase (Kernar & Beach) built-
-2003 H-rardwood, ie formal li..ing & dirn
. ing eairin iricnen w'42" maple cabinets,
. lack appliances, large masler bedroom/
bain, inside laundry w.cabineis. sprinker/
security system, community pool/play-
ground., $349,000 2434 Misty Water. Drive
E 894-7058 Brokers welcome.
ATLANTIC BEACH,
1483 Laurel Way
Cuslom built Key West style 2-slorv. only
3 years young, over 21001s. located in nhi-
den paradise a marsn ironl .:ommuniry
First floor master bedroom suite masler
bath wlacuzzi and separate shower Gas
irpic w.gas appliances, cozy screened
porch. custom draperies and blinds plus
all appliances convey Asking 5389 900
MLS#290728
Call Owner/ Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at www.jaxbesthomes.com


SAWGRASS PLAYERS Club, 3BR 2BA.
Ig scr. lanat., loallv renovated indc custom
cabinets, new appliances, tile Iloors Gal-
ed community w; pool $299,900
537-4083
NAVIGABLE WATERFRONT
On Iidal creek almost 1 acre lot. 2,1 block
home w big workshop and yard r719 Gir-
vin Rd $449.000 i neg'oabiei 233-1. :'.
AFFORDABLE & MAINTENANCE FREE
FSBO. Neptune Beacrn Townhome, Spa.
clous. 3.2.5. 1 car garage, all appliances,
new AC, plumbing carper Communi v
pool. Loal storage. bike.' walk 10 Beach
and Town Cenler $267K Call 655.2718
SOULITHSIDE-HOLIDAY HILL 4,3,2..
2450si. many upgrades, large corner iot.
$269 900. independent brokers 710.3111
INVESTMENT OPPORTUrNITY 5 blocks
to Ocean, large tOt. 1500S $337 000
859-8623
PONTE VEDRA BEACH Beautilul cus-
tom bull low counirv cnarmer in Old Palm
Valley Sub. 4 BRF3BA, 2800si Oversized
treed lol. $620K OBO. Will co-op @ 3`%
164 Bear Pen Roadi9041 226-2311
PONTE VEDRA Solano Woods. FSBO
spacious 4'2. new rool. 1800str 359,900
327-7449 or 607-6143
LEASE/ PURCHASE Secret Woods Brick
home 3BR12BA 1895sf. $284,900. Bring
all others Independent Brokers 710-3111
PONTE VEDRA 3BR.2 5BA.l500sl just
remodeled, 42' Hickory cabinets granite
counter lops. Iraven;ne lIoors, bamboo in
dining room, Berber carpel rnol ub 2 car
gal'age 5318,000 463-0505.
,";HELP.U-SELLCOASTAL REALTY
WATERFRONT ICW
Palm Valley- Roscoe BlId. Cusiom built
New Construction, over 4000:1 75x400 tlot
Call for email or iloor plan 1 925 million
NEW LISTING
VILLAGES OF PABLO
4BRP2BA huge cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and tennis. minute o ithe Beaches A*
school. $288.900
VILLAGES OF PABLO
3BR/2BA all brick, 2+ garage. backs to
small creek leading to inlracoastal.
$289.900
NEW LISTING EAST OF A1A
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Totally remodeled 4BR,2 5BA limestone
floonng, slate courilernops custom cabin
nets and lighting Owned by professional
kitchen/i, bath designer GORGEOUS!
Music see! $549 900
INVESTOR ALERT PVBI
TWO IBRilBA lortf Ponie Vedra Beach
Condos. upgrades including granite & te
floors, fireplace, custom iigtling, private
beach access, tennis iiness room 1 undi
currenlly leased. $189,900 & $195.900.
15TH AVE. S.- SOUTH JAX BEACH
Key Wesl style collage adorable with
huge great room, private backyard greal
lor enlenaining, Low mainrlenance land.
scapinq $332,900 Call today for details.
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Motivated seller! 2BR,2BA downstairs
unil. fireplace, wood Iloors, 1car garage.
Ofterea at $154,900
D: n PONTEVEDRA BEACHl
Doipnriin Cove, PVB. 3BR/2BA, nuge :or-
netr lol all brick. cul-de-sac. updated ile in
main living area Ready to go' $304,900
JOHNS CREEK ICW
3BR/3BA w/iarge bonus room, popular
floorplan wilormal living.' dining room. cov-
ered lanai. inground swim spa Orlered al
$339,500 HIGHLAND GLEN
Beaulilul under construction' home in
gatea community. 4 bedrooms plus bonus
room, large lot 3 car garage and much
more. Offered al 5795,000.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2BA nome in San Pablo Creek Spa-
clous floor plan. lenced backyard and
backing on lo pond. Offered ai $239.900.
ST. ANDREWS PLACE ICW
3BR/3BA newly constructed Mercedes
built home. Huge bonus room too!0 Land-
scaped yard and a great floor plan. Of-
fered al $375.000
JACKSONVILLE BEACH r
Upgraded home in San Pablo Circle,
3BR,2BA home w.'spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard, large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328;900.
FULL SERVICE BIG SAVINGS
THE EXPERTS NEXT DOOR
Call: 904-241-4447
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
www.helpusell.com/coastalrealty

JACKSONVILLE BEACH
ENTIRE DUPLEX FOR SALE Each side
has 3BR's 2BA's. Built in 1998. $590,000.
ATLANTIC BEACH
THE COURTYARDS AT MAYPORT, 2/2
corido, (no stairs). Nice layout, currently
rented till March 2007. Makes great in-
vestment property. $119, 900.
CYPRESS CREEK- 3/2, 2 car gar., across
from Mayport Elem. Freshly painted.
$194,900.
TUCKED AWAY IN PRETTY HIDDEN
COVE- This 4/2 built in 98' has brand new
kit., new carpet, huge screened in covered
patio w/ Ig yard backs up to woods. A
steal at. $229,900.
PONTE VEDRA
BELLEZA AT PONTE VEDRA- 1/1 con-
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195,000.
ARLINGTON
BROOKWOOD FOREST- Monument
area, 3/2.5 townhome w/ gar., lots of
space. Reduced to $172,000.
ARLINGTON HILLS- Cute 3/2 w/ garage.
Great starter home in nice area. $149,900.
ICW
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK- Keman
area, 3/2, 2 car gar., vinyl siding, stainless
steel appl., $207,900.
ASHLEY WOODS- Like new 4/2, over
2000sf, 3yrs old, $276,000.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711










The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


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11i30 ROSE, 3BR/2BA,, new A/C, paint,
ceramic tile, carpet,. stove refrigerator,
dishwasher. Fireplace, fenced yard.
$189,000. 710-8083.
BY OWNER, 3BR/2BA, renovated. Seller,
will pay $3500 of Buyer closing cost.
$330,000. 859-8623.
PONTE VEDRA E. of AIA. Upgraded
flooring, Ocean breezes, new appliances,
siding, roof, and Interior paint, oversized
closets, 2300sf., 3BR/2.5BA. $585,000.
(904)955-8482.
FSBO,- 4BR/3BA, large private lot,
6 blocks to beach. $375,000. 463-3738
HAMPTON PARK 4BR/2.5BA, 4 years
new, gated community, close to beach &
town center, $498.000. 641-0058.
ATLANTIC BEACH. beautiful 1/2 acre
cul-de-sac lot. 4BR/1.5BA brick home.
Slight fire/ smoke damage. $180K. (904)
626-0663.
MOTIVATED SELLER! Drastically
reduced 3/2 house on ICW. Partial owner
financing with flexible terms and low
interest rate. $399,900. $1,167/mo.
850-230-6006.
WATERFRONT TO St. Johns River. Cozy
cottage, newly remodeled, bulkheaded.
Only 3 minutes to, Dunns* Creek,
$289,900. Call. Vickie Smith. ERA Trend.
Realty (386)972-6494.
$210,000 TIFFANY- PINES, 3BR/2BA
large comer lot, iile floors, new roof. F/P,
many upgrades. 992-2249 or 514-7152
I.C. WEST- Kernan Forest. 2004:execu-
tive home, 5BR/4BA, 2-car. 2,650+s.f.
$409,500. IndependenI brokers 710-3111.
FSBO ATL BCH. 3BR/2.5BA. 2200st.
w/numerous upgrades, 249-0812
AFFORDABLE PVB home, 3BRi2BA,
large lol, newly remodeled. $287,900,
887-1535.
PRISTINE WATER VIEW PVB.. SawMill
Lakes. 3BR/2BA -Den, open floor plan,
2445sl, community pool,; FSBO,
$499,000. Call 19041304.0757 ..
NEW LISTINGI Open House, Saturday,
12pm-3pm. 1660 Llnkside Ct. N., Atlan-
tic Beach, 3BR/2.5BA, Pool, S472,500.
472-5558, Magnolia Properties.
Ocean Cay- FSBO 664 Bonaire Circle,
2200st. wgreal room, 3BR/2BA.
Located on mature pond. Granile. wood
floors. new paint. $559K will co-op
19041463-1197.

BAD CREDIT NO PROBLEM
3BR,2BA near NAS Mayport, minimum
credit score 580 quarlies lor zero down.
zero closing costs Move-in ready glass
room lirepIace. new capel & tresh painl
For mo'e ino call 19041502-4238
JAX BEACH Beaulilul like new custom
home 2500st. in great neighborhood.
1136 241h St North $439,500 704-7966.
ATLANTIC BEACH, FSBO, 341 9th St
2 5 DIKS from beach, 2 blks Irom park.
4BR/2BA. $534,.000 (904)710-8334
FOR SALE By owner. 3BR,2BA. Renovat-
Sed home Allantic Beach west 1142 Hibis-
cus Sr New appliances, windows, sliding
S glass door. mosaic tile kitchen
counier/master baih iloor, and fenced
yard. Very affordable at $187,500 923-
2097 No realtors.
FSBO GOOD Slarter Home' 618-1
Dullon Island Dr. West. Ailanr.c Beach,
3BR,1 5BA New A/C. rool. windows,
doors, and appliances. By appointment
only. Call David 247-0665 (home),
704-2337 Iceil)
PVB RANCH slyle 3BR/2BA house local.
. ed in the Dolphin Cove Community is only
$282,900 and los 1o ofer, go online at
'. ww ForSalebyOwnerCenier.com/44646
Motivated Sellers. 285-3014 iv msg
JACKSONVILLE BEACH 13 Fairwav
Lane 4BR,2 5BA. 2400sL-nome'h.,-61olf
course */inground pool. brick .Reduced to
5$429,900 (904)838-8937.


13715 N. Richmond Park Dr. #305 Wind-
sor Poinle, $184,900 3BR/2BA, 1500sf.
w/garage. Lowest priced condo in Wind-'
sorl Beautiful family room, bright kitchen &
convenient inside laundry room, gorgeous
master suite w/walk-ln closet & private
bathl'Call Assist 2 Sell Buyers & Sellers
Real Estate. 247-4442 or view online @
jaxbesthomes.com.
PV BCH 2BR/ 2BA, $187,200. Grace Ellis,
All Pro Realty Specialists: 655-7923 (cell).
WALK TO beach. Atl/Neptune area town-
house. New roof, carpet, paint, tile, re-
plumbed. Applia. and fenced yard.
$233,900. CalI Lana 292-1750.
S $3000 BUYER BONUS
WATERFRONT CONDO PVB 2BR/2BA.
Priced to, sell at $205,000. Call Kathy Tilia-
kos, Van Guard Realty. 465'-3053.
GRAND CAY Villas -PVB- 3rd floor 2/2
condo, fireplace, wood; tile, upgrades.
$219,900. 904-881-0470.
PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/DIx
FSBO, Save $14KI New Lakeview, WI-Fi,
resort pool- spa, A1A location, must seel
$222K, FREE 27" HDLCD TV, FREE clos-
ing! 727-458-4230, Open Sat.- Sun.
PVB, 2BR/2BA, walk 1o beach Below
market value $209.900 904)955-0872
PRICED TO SALE!
3BR/2BA, pre-construction, oceanview
condo. Across the street from beach.
Comparable units selling [or 5499K will
assign coniraci lor $5419K Ready Fall '06
Firsi one gels it 349-2803.
REDUCED $15,000
FSBO THE Palms, 3BR/2BA 1st Floor All
amenities. $225.000, 241-3471
FSBO. 1BR/1BA. Palm at Marsh Landing
Perfecl location, private marsh view. 846
sq ft Newly renovated in 2004 Asking
only $152,000. 476-5280


HANNA PARK. Like new, Large 3BR.2BA
single, 1,215sf, w/carpon, deck all GE
kitchen, CH&A, washer/dryer, new carpet.
Many upgrades Financing available Re-
becca, 246-7684.
PALM HARBOR Homes, factory model
center largest In America! Modular and
manutaclured Liquldalion sale Call lor
tree color brochures. 1800i622-2832.


NEPTUNE BCH Garage Apt., 2/1, ocean
view, new paint/ carpet, W/D avail., bike
storage, no pets, avail 8/15. $985/mo.
year.lease. 247-0872 or 254-5043.
OCEANFRONT 1BR/ 1BA, 108 orange St,
Nep Bch, downstairs, $1200/mo Incl. util.
avail 8/1. (661)803-6275.
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,
2BR/1BA upstairs, 1 year lease. No pets,
no W/D hookup. $950/mo. +$950/sec.
dep. 916 First Street, between. Bay &
Pine. Available 8/15/06. 246-8970 or
591-1218.

2/1 APT., brand newwood floors, brand
new kitchen/ bathroom 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.

JAX BEACH upstairs 3BR'1BA. eat in
kilcren, WDHU, CH&A, glassed in hronl
porch. Floors are wood & tile, 1 car ga-
rage. 434 5th Ave. Nonn $950'rmoo
+950/del. 993-8597..

VILANO BEACH. 4BRP4BA. 2850sf over-
looking Iniercoaslal. walk lo beach, home
only 4yrs old $1950/mo Call Jan Hoht-
man 537-7777 Owner/ agent.

NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach Best
area, quiet. sale. residential neighbor-
hood 2BR.1BA. lower duplex, new panli
CH&A. W/D included No smoking, no
pels $950!mo., lease deposil 993-1118

JARDIN DE MER- 3BR/2BA condol Con.
venieni lo beach, shopping Lease/ pur-.
chase available $1100/mo All South Re-
alty, 241-4141. "

BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2 5BA Townhouse. 6
blocks to beach, lirepiace, WDHU, ga-
rage, $1300/mo. 1904)742-6423.
JAX BEACH. East of 3rd, 2 family up,
2BR/1 BA, WDHU. CH&A. iree water. pool.
parking, remodeled Great deal. $970+/mo
.247-3191.

PONTE VEDRA- 2BR.'2BA condol Club
ool. exercise & morel $975imo. All Soulh
ealty. 241-4141.


DOUBLE WIDE in park near beaches. JAX BEACH Brand New 2BR2BA.
Bulli-ln 2000. $39,900 614-6875 washer.dryer, pets OK $1200,mo.
(904)415.1576


PORTSIDE 2BR/1 5BA remodeled. lami-
nate floors., ll appliances. custom deck
and shed. Call 762-1776.


OFFICE CONDO 1000sf, e.taelienr loca-
tion, 1401 Penman Rd $269,900 Call
904-545-2826.
JAX BEACH, Penman Rd., 880st.,
$860/mo. .$30/mo. waler ulilrty. 246-4930
RETAIL OFFICE lor Rent, 1000sl.
S131sq.fl. on Penman Rd Call 545-2826


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BEACHES
WAREHOUSE
For lease Located behind the Tree Steak
House. 7600st available. dividable Dy
2300sf and 5300sl. Pis call 904-993-2222




SO JAX BCH duplex- 2BR/1 5BA, new
root, freshly painted, kitchen equip, ceiling
plans, balcony, WDHU, CH&A, 5 blocks to
ocean, no pets, $975/mo. 737-7092

ATLANTIC BEACH Lg 1 & 2BR Apt dish.
washer, pool, near stores and bus.
$560.moi'&, upi- t.deposil lio petpi.nioeI
place olive, 246-8537; "-i:'5_ -t.".L


POOL HOME 245K, 3BR/i5BA Lg. Fam. JAX BCH, 1BR. 1 block ocean, $795/mo.
y Room 1619 Sunset Drive. Jax Bch 500/dep. Small pets ok Miltary discount.
904-223-3969. 1718 N. IsI St 708-0731.


BY OWNER Pool Home, $317K East of01
Penman Seller will pay $3500 of Buyer
closing cost. 859-8623.
REDUCED. 4BR,'2BA. split plan. w/2 slory
workshop Upgrades. Desirable Neptune
Beach neighborhood. Priced under ap-
praised value to sell al 5424.900. Drive Dy
1525 Foresl Ave. Motivaled seller
19041463-7245.
OPEN HOUSE. Sunday, 7123. Noon-3pm
1008 11in Sireel North. 3BR/2BA,
S1330sr. Completely remodeled, sunny
c Diock home Open Iloor plan-move in
ready 483-8491

ANEW LISTING
JAX Beach, Ocean Cay. 3BR/2.5BA *lot.
2500s1. large lenced lot Slainless steel
appliances. covered porch, large 2 story
family room Buill in 2000 $544.900. Call
l904)234-9945

ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR/1BA, wood flooring and blinds,
screened porch lenced yard. eat-in Kilcn-
en and large laundry room. close to beach
and paiK. $216.000 247-9244 or 651-
6748.
IC WEST oh N Kernan, Mi Pleasant
.SD 4.2 2, 1850sf new pain, carpel, ile
& more. $248.500. 318-3719
FOR SALE By owner. 3BR2BA. Renovat-
ed rome Arlantic Beach wesi 1142 Hibis-
cus Sr. New appliances, windows, sliding
glass door. mosaic Iile Kitchen
counter master baln Iloor. and lencea
yard. Very affordable at $187.50P 923.
2097 No realtors
3BR FORECLOSURE, only $27 9001 Must
sell. For listings. 800.7-498124 exi. 1490



PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONDOS across
Irne street Irom the beach slan.ng al
5499K Ready 2008. Call Rene L Baron,
Inc. 242-2821
PONTE VEDRA BEACH Ocean Links
condo, 2BR/2BA w/garage. Next',to Saw-
grass, and close to beaches. $227,900.
Flexible daily open house hours Remax
100 Realty, Sharon Slevens 1904) 687-
5220.
OCEAN LINKS. 2BR/2BA, 1-car garage.
Golf course & lake views. Updaled. new
paint, now available:. $235,000. 535-7234.
JAX BEACH 2BR 2BA ground level con-
do w/garage in a galed retreat and close
to everything. Olers a nice floor plan,
neutral decor throughout; all kitchen appli-
ances are a'year old. $204,900. 285-3014.


OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
from every room. $549,000. Owner/ agent
568-4818.
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA,
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs. $485,000.
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601.


CUTE 1BR 1BA, 1 block to ocean, wash-r
eridryer $675/mo 610-9771.

WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse. WiD included. CHIA. ce-
ramic rIe. approx 900s1 404 13th Ave S,
Jax Bch No pets. $900/,mo, $900/sec
dep. 1904)1343-9908

MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pn-
vate lots Near Mayport Naval Staton, no
dogs. 333-5579


ENEMAU


ATLANTIC BEACH duplex, 2BR/1BA re-
modeled, 4 biks from beach and Town
Center. WDHU. $900/mo. +electric, water
included. Avail 8/1/06. Call 610-3838.

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

PVB, TOWNHOUSE Condo w/private
courtyard, lakefront, 2BR/2.5BA. $950/mo.
Call 280-8782.

FOR RENT 3BR/2BA cozy beach cottage.
.Neptune Bch. $1600/month. Pets okay.
612-4121.


JAX BEACH, 4 Blocks to Ocean.
1BR/1BA Apartment, $550/mo. 220 4th
Street So. (904)891-0606, (352)478-2161

TOWNHOUSE- : 2BR/1BA, steps from
ocean, W/D. No .pets, no smoking.
$1200/mo + $1000 security deposit. Call
S904-707-7209.

JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, upstairs, 1 year
lease,, NO W/D hook-up, NO pets.
$800/mo: +$800/sec. dep. 329-4 North
14th Ave. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.

1-1/2 BLOCKS tq Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
1BR/1BA. $695/mo & $725/mo.
(9041891-0606 13521478-2161

JAX BCH, 3/2.5, ocean view. $1600/mo.
185 '5th Ave S. 318-0044.

JAX BEACH. Oceanview. Renovated.
Hardwood floors, Dishwasher, CH&A.
1BR/1BA, $80QQ/mo, $850/mo. 2BR/1 BA
$1250/md. (904)859-1301, 553-1354.

JAX BEACH Aparment. 2BR/1BA Newly
renovated. Washer-dryer Ouiel area.
$850/mo. deposit. 201 North 9th SI.,
246-9162, exi. #0.

JAX BEACH Sea Villas efficiency apr.
$650'mo. IBR. $750 .'mo., Call 294.7163
for appt.

NEPTUNE EFFICIENCY, 2 blocks beach,.
downstatis, small pets OK $695.mo.
.5300'dep Mililary discount. 216 Cherry
St 708-0731.


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PONTE VEDRA, Newly Renovated, re-
sort atmosphere, 2-story, 1BR/1BA,' end
unit, washer/dryer included. $925/mo.
998-9148.
PV TOWNHOUSE 2BR/2.5BA, no smok-
ing, o opets, $950/mo., first; last, and de-
posit. Credit check required. (321)795-
1056 or (321)255-5281.
JAX BEACH townhome, 2BR/1.5BA,
1000sf., WDHU, CH&A, tile floors through-
out, fenced -yard, pets ok w/deposit.
$1070/mo., includes lawn maintenance;
887 8th Ave. South, (904)608-6678.
ONE BLOCK TO BEACH
1 BR, patio, ceramic tile throughout,
WDHU, walk-in 'closet, reserved parking.
$875/mo. 160 7th Ave North 993-2555.
www.BeachesApartments.com


BEACHWOOD APARTMENTS, 8 MILES
WEST OF BEACHES ON BEACH BLVD.
Convient to FCCJ South and UNF Cam-
pus., 1BR $512/mo., 2BR $605/mo., 3BR
$665/mo. Security deposit $250. Credit,
background and landlord' reference re-
quired. EHO.-(904)641-0912.
DUPLEX/BEACHoffice/2BR/1.5ba, 4
blocks to, ocean, 1300sq. ft., $1150/mo.
+utilities. 1215 11th St. N., (904) 318-
2121.


PVB, EAST of A1 A, 3/25, private back-
yard w/heated pool and spa. $2150/mo.
includes lawn & pool service. 280-5707.
PVB DOLPHIN COVE, 3BR/2BA w/pool,
lease purchase avail. 8/1. 543-1951.
PONTE VEDRA Bch, PVB, 2000sf, 4/2
updated home with fenced private yard in
quiet neighborhood $1600/ month. 322-
7306.
JAX BEACH- near ocean, 3BR/1BA.
Lease, references required. 218 4th Ave.
South. $1195/mo. (904)221-4134, 703-
5518
3BR/2BA, ATLANTIC Beach/ Mayport.
Deposit required. $950/mo. Call Derrick
838-3730 or Christy 866-0820.
PV BCH, Solano Woods, 3BR 2BA,
$1400/mo. Call Cindy Brown, PVB Realty,
613-6423.
PV- SAWGRASS 3BR 2.5BA, 2800sf,
$1900/mo. 285-5419, 864-6492.
PONTE VEDRA Bch, PVB, 2000sf, 4/2
updated home w/ fenced Private yard in
quiet neighborhood $1600/ mo. 322-7306.
ATLANTIC BCH townhouse, 3.5BR/ 2BA,
everything new, ceramic tile throughout,
marsh view. 2979 Bayshore Dr., Mayport
Landing. Must seel $1100/mo. 465-2163.


NEPTUNE BCH. near ocean, renovated PVB 3BR ,'25BA, 2-cari garage, deck, Ja-
NEPTUNE BCH. near ocean. renovated cuzzi, on lake, community pool.
2BR all7amenies avail. soon, $1100/ro. $1,600/mo. + deposit. 242-2534, 333-
247-141. 8528. '


JAX BEACH, 416 6th Ave. N., rear duplex,
2BR/1BA. fireplace,. WDHU, and private
yard. $950,mo Relerences & credil histo-.
ry req. 743 4318 afler 6pm


INTRACOASTAL WEST- Spacious
3BR'3BA home w oonus room, on lake in
Marsh Sound' Comm pooll $1800/mo. All
Souln Realry, 241-4141.


JAX BCH, 600' to ocean. 2271 2nd St. S. ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse,
2BR/2.BA tri-level townhouse, garage, 2BR/1.5BA, remodeled, $875/mo. 1374
fireplace. $1300/mo. No Pets. 221-6037. Main Street, 571-2719
BEACHES, HODGES & Kernan.1, 2, 3 & JAXBCH 3BR/2.5BA 2 stories 2car ga-
4BR Apartments & Homes, in luxury co- rage. gated comm w/amenities, 2300+sf.,
munitles, from $800/mo. 233-4545. $1800.'mo. OBO. 904-338-5692.


S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR
APTS
.CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
51195nmo. 4151 Tradewinds 4 BR water
troni $1500 mo 241-7368. 733-3730.

LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location 2
blocks lo ocean Very clean No Pets
$675'mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA Town-
house 1 mile west of Maypon lerry,
Heckscher Diive $1195/mo 733-3730,
241 -RENT.


924 Belleza Ponte Vedra 1/1 934
305 Kensington Jax/Kernan Blvd. 2/2 1100
149 Cranes Lake Ponte Vedra 2/2 1100
213 Belleza Ponte Vedra 2/2 1012
72 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 2/2 1260
1216 Belleza Ponte Vedra 2/2 1112
133 Biminm Court Ponte Vedra 2/2 1200
925 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2 1150
825 Ocean Links Ponie Vedra 2/2 1150
2 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 3/25 1511)
204 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2 1200
811 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 3/2 1600
22S Tarrasa Dn\e Jax/Pablo Point 3/2 2000
2806 St. Marc Courl Ponte Vedra/L'Artum 2/2+den 1600
10061 Rough Creek Ponie Vedra/Saugrass CC 2/2 1465
371 19th Street Atlanuc Beach 3/2 + loft 2150
106 Bermuda Ba% Ponte Vedra 3/2 1700
33-1 Lightlou-e Poinle Lane Jax. Beach 3/3 2144
o133 Bndges aier Cucle Ponie Vedra/Sasgrass TPC 3/2.5 2(000
2001 Windjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3 5 + ofc 3009
105 Carruno Trai.l P..nc Ve.lra/Sj., gras. TPC 3/2 5 2350
13 Plaser Club Villa Pcnie bvig.- ais TPC 3/3 "TP. ,/
* 4"-- 'S1elbr C.... Ctbhi "Pniete A,'Sh Co e 4/2 5
211) Azjeja P.ini Drnve Snuth Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 4/2 2300
117 Deer Coe Dnie Punit %edra/Maroh Landing 4/2.5 2000
9911) Preston Trail Ponte Vedra/Saigrass CC 3/2 5 2900
804 Metropoiitan lax Beach 3/2 1799
h06 NlMeropoiitan lax Beach 3/2 1756
70 Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach 4/4 2800
62S Preser'e Vie. Dnve Palm Valle%/Marsh Harbor4/4+bonus rm3100
408 Berkman Plaza Ja/Dowuntovn Rjverfront 2/2+loft 2100
2451 South Ponie \edra B1d. South Ponie Vedra 3/2 5 3500
ALIICK1:IMI


$1100/Ak 16 Fisherman Coie
$1100/" k49 Tition Way North
$1200/wk 75 Tifion Was North
$1300/Ak 17" Ae. North v,/pool
$1500/wk Beach CluA Villas
$1600/wk 2839 S. Ponte Vedra
51700 741 SpAnnakcrs Reach
$1700 743 Spinnakers Reach
$1800/wk 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
$1800/wkThe Retreat
$2000 Vista Del Mar


Sa grass Country Club
Sa grass Countr Club
Sawgrass Countr Club
Jax Beach
Sawgrass Beach Club
S. Ponie Vedra
Saa grass Beach Club
Sawagrass Beach Club
S Ponie Vedra
Ponie Vedra/Oceanfront
Ja\ Beach/Oceanside


$2100/wk 2-41 S Ponie Vedrj Bld S. Pc.nie Vedra/Oceanfront


$2200 Quail Pointi I Sa grass Coun
$2400 349-4 Coastal H%,y %ilano Beach
$2400 4-14- La Resene Circle Ponte Vedra/L'
$2500 92 Tifton Way North Sav grass Coun
$2500 117 Deer Cove Dne P.:.nie Vedra/Mlars
$2500/% k 728 Oceanfront Neprune Beach/O
$2600 826 Spinnakers Reach Sawgrass/Beaci
,2700/ak 2824 Coastal H%\ \ilano Beach/lO
$3000 Walkers Ridge/Pool Sa, grass Couni
54000 408 Berkman Plaza Ja.!Do, ntio wn
$5500 1931 Beach Aeli3m'.min I Atlanuc Beach


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tnm Club
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ceanfron[
tn Club
ii erfront


2/2 1450
2/2.5 1500
2/2/den 151X00
3/1.5 1500
Eff. 600
3/1 5 1500
1/1 700
1/1 700
3/2.5 2100
2/2 1600
3/2 1700
4/2 2100
2/2 18001)
3/2 1600
2/2+office 1600
3/2 1900
4/2.5 2000
3/2.5 IfTnrri2600
1/1 5 1100
6/4 4000
3/2 2100
2/2tloft 2100
3/3 2400


ATLANTIC BCH, 3BR 2BA, newly reno-
valed inside & out $1200/mo incl lawn
care. 526-4753 or 403-3833


55 DOLPHIN Blvd 4BR.2BA. new car.
peis.hireplace $1450'mo 285-5419. 864.
6492
118 NORTH S NB. 3BR.2BA porci, pa-
rio, WDMU $1600,mo Peis considered
612-8080. 247-7550
PVB SUMMERFiELD spacious cortempo
rary, 3BR'2 5BEA, otice lenced backward.
greal neighborhood beside schools
T2250,mo, 13211269-7896.
PONTE VEDRA' Palm Valley, beauidul,
large, privale, 3BR'2BA. 2-car garage.
wimany amneniiies. $1400imo 860-1690
ATLANTIC BCH 3'2 walk ro Beach and
park, large private lenced back ,'ard
1375/mo. Available immediately. Call
247-4527
W'BEACHES. 3'2, LRi DR combo ire.
place EIK. split BR's, palio, can ceilings
$1100/mo. TDOMgmt Svc 246-1125
BEAUTIFUL FORMER model home Pa-
blo Bay nexii io Mayo Clinic near Beacr, &
San Pablo. 3000, square leel, 4 bedroom
plus bonus room. Ioial size bedroom. 3
baths, many upgrades, stainless applian.
ces central vac, inlercom hardwood
Iloors, closed lanai, walerview club
house, pool. Tennis. Available Augusl Isl
$2200,'mo. 403-1998. 349.3434 As-'
about 1 month Iree.
JAX BEACH beautifully decoraier. lown-
home 3BR/3.5BA, 2.car garage, ocean
views, $3,850.'mo. 242-2534 614-8440
THE WOODS, 4/2. 2500s1.. cul-de Osac
sunroom LRI DR. ElK $1675'mo. TDO
Mgmni 246-1125 Idorealesiaie com
SOLANO CAY 3BRF2 5BA. Ile Iloors. cure
yard, available 8/1 $14-100. 392.8350.
PVB 3BR.'2BA. 1-car garage 1 300 sl
lenced-in yard $1300irrno 273-0999
910 16TH Ave Nonn JAX BCH 38R 2BA.
Family Room. Walk to schools. Beacres.
$1250,imo. (9541646-3669.


NEPTUNE BEACH 3BR'2BA on Souh
.Streei Walk iobeaoh or park New paipi
S"insidIe and oul F.enriced'bacl.,,rd pets QK
waeposit, $S500mc., 249.27.93
VILLAGES OF Paolo 4'2. 2400l FR.
DR. otice. sunroom. $1600'mo. Avail 71.
TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125
JAX BEACH, 3BR,'1BA close to ocean
$1100/mo. All South Realry. 241-4141
INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY. 312 wIln
sludy and screened in porch Tr.is nome
oters a lovely neighborhood sentng in iDis
Pointe subdivision ofi or San Pabio Rd.
near Ail. Blvd Less than 3 miles Irom Ine
Mayo & 3 miles Iromh me Beach. No smok-
ing. $1395/mo. AvailaDle now Call 904-
463-3750 or 613-5958

PVB 3BR/2 5BA, all appliances, commun-
ity pool, 2-car garage $1,500/mo 242-
2534, 614-8440.
PVB Solano Cay, 3BRi2BA, garage, fire-
rlace. large backyard in quiet neighbor-
o0d $1t.400/mo 294-2401
ATLANTIC BEACH 3BR home on large .
lenced lo1. $1000/mro. 219-2481
ATLANTIC BEACH lownhouse
2BR/1 5BA. fireplace, 2 palios, garage.
ceramic Iile lirsl iIoor, new berber second
floor. 683 Sturdivant Ave $1 200,mo
465-2163.
PVB/ L'ATRIUM large 2BR/2BA, 2 car.
W/D. new carpet, pool. tennis, tenced
yard. fireplace. $1250/mo deposit.
14081386-8641.
INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR'2BA home
w/garage on quiet cul-de-sac 51075 mo
All South Realry, 241-4141.
JAX BCH 2BR/1.5BA, Two story tc.wn
home, 1 block to beach. 1175 N 2na St.
A;C. garage, microwave. dishwasher, WID
,ncl. all hardwood and Ile Ilooring fenced
yard w/hol tub More into
rnp.,''www kocan.comr2nd or e-mail
krs'kocan com Available 8/1.
$1500/mo

ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/2BA home just
blocks to beach! $1650/mo. Ati South Re-
aly. 241-4141
NEPTUNE BY The Sea, 312, 2 car gar,
walk to ocean, NS/ NP $1600/mo. +dep.
(904;307-1905
' BARTRAM SPRINGS brand new
4BR/2 5BA 2-storyhome w/many up-
grales. amenes, pool clubhouse, exer-
cise room, $1800/mo Jean Tan-Jones
472-3614.
PVB, 3BR/2BA home,'close to beach,
comm. pool, 2-car garage $1450/mo.
(510)386-3232
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 1500sf.,
w/garage. $1250/mo. Avail. 8/1/06. Call
655-2207, visit: www.569.cjb.net
NEP BCH. walk to beach from this charm-
ing 3/2 w/ fenced yard & garage. New
paint & carpet. $1400/mo. 280-5142.
1015 PENMAN, 3BR/1.5BA. $1200/mo.
Avail. 8/1/06. Call 770-429-9331.


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Daily, Weekly and Monthly.
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www.StocktonRealEstate.com
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;r -" Sr BEACH RENTALS C'-I';L'-
Unfukrnished Homes Penman Road NB 3BR/2BA home w/ Pablo Bay- San Pablo 4BR/3BA newer
.; Sawgrass PV 3BR/2BA. Spacious screened porch, fenced backyard. largelot. home on water. upgrades throughout, open "
home, interior completely remodeled, $1300/mo. floor lan; $2100/mO.
light and bright. 2 car'garage. $2650/mo. L'atrium PV 2BR/2BA home w/new Unfurni.hed Co dos
Marsh View SPV 4BR/4BA. Ocean carpet and tile, fireplace, 2 car garage. Snro shed P ondos I
views, all.upgraded. $2200/mo. $200/m. Summerhouse PV '
4BR/4BA Townhouse w/elevator, 2800 Las Palmas 'PV 3BR/2BA duplex Newly renovated, new carpet, baths, kitchen, .
sqft, beach access, attached garage. w/new carpet, new kitchen, garage, fresh tile, fireplace, walk to shops, great amenities.
$2200/mo. ,. paint. $1200/mo. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $1195mo:,
Fairfield PV 3BR/2.5BA, two story Sea Hawk PV 2BR/2BA. Unit in great 2BR/2BA, furnished. $1495/mo .
home %./screened porch on water, 2 car condition, all appliances, club pool and Palms at Mars Landing- JB
garage. $1950/mo. tennis. $1095/mo
Solano Cay PV 4BR/2.5BA, two story Furnished Homes Screened porch, tile floors
' home w/spacious floor plan. patio, comm. Villages of Vilano SPV 2BR/2BA, 2BR/2BA. Ground floor, lakeview. $1100/mo. 7.
ool $1700/mo. oceanfront condo,' wood floors, upgrades, 2BR/2BA. '2nd floor,, top unit, vaulted ,
" Dolphin Cove PV 4BR/2BA. Home w!/ garage, amenities. $1700/mo. ceilings. $1100/mo.
all new interior, tile floors, garage, fenced Intracoastal West Ocean Links PV
backyard. $1600/mo. Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA brand Screened porch, fireplace, amenities
Beach Walk SPV 2BR/2BA, home.has new townhouse, screened porch, preserveened porch, fireplace, ties
screened porch, wood deck on lagoon, bch views,amenities. $1095/mo. 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo.
, access. $1500/mo. Point Meadows -ate Pkwy 3BR/2BA
SVillages of Solano P 3BR/2.5BA, 4th floor w/elevator, allappliances, fitness, REIMAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE
townhouse has loft, garage, patio, very center, club pool. $1200/mo. ru Shannon Smith
neutral and clean. $1500/mo. Pablo Point- San Pablo 3BR/2BAhome (904) 285-5640
Beach Avenue AB 2BR/1BA, 2nd story i tif fence backyard, www.rentthebeaches.com
duplex, ocean views, wood deck, wood on largelot tile floors, fenced backyard,
floors. $1400/mo. two car garage. $1500/mo.

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


July 19, 2006


JAX BCH, Newer 2/2 Condo, 1.5 blocks to
beach, 2nd floor, W/D, balcony, storage,
reserved parking, $1300/mo. Owner/
Agent, 226-2038.
,PV SUMMERHOUSE, 2BR units from
$900-$1195/mo. Corner unit, fireplace,
W/D townhome. Everything brand'new..
635-6375
ATLANTIC BEACH Sea Place 2BR/2BA,
furnished $1050/monthly, unfurnished
$1000 monthly, available Aug. 887-5005.
ICW/WOLF CREEK -new 3/2 condo,
amenities, pool, clubhouse, elevator.
$1200/mo. Jean Tan-Jones 472-3614.
PVB', 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnished. Steps
to Ocean. Garage, $1600/mo. 708-4022.
2/2 CONDO, 221 S 6th Ave., JB, Unit B,
$1000/mo. 705-4027 Owner/realtor.
OCEANFRONT JAX BCH 1/1 pool
$1550/mo. Ask about Free Rent?
,249-6166. .


N. JAX BEACH
409 13th Ave. N. 2BR 2 5BA, 2- story plus
2 private balconies. 4 blocks to ocean.
Must see!l $1200/mo., $1000/dep. Call
Dave 962-8575.
"* '

PVB SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR/2BA, Beach-
side. End unit. 1-slory laige yard.
S$1375/mo. (904 612-6532 (9041641-5564
PVB, THE :Fountains, east of AlA.
2BR/1.5BA, remodeled. $1100/mo.
(352)422-191:6.
2BR/2BA CONDO al The Palms of Marsh
Landing. lol oel amenities, WVD. lakeview,
1st hoor $1125,mo $200 off irsl month
rent (904 i553-2161
IST FLOOR, end unit, 2/2.all new applian-
ces. Totally renovated 5 solar resort No
smoking, $999/mo. Call 349-7988 Owner
licensed agent
PVB 2 story condo, 2BR/2.5BA, lake view
$1150/mo Call 223-2210
PVB, 2BR12BA. walk to beach, spil floor
plan $1100/mo 09040955-0872
BLOCKS FROM Ine beach. Beautiful spa-
cious 1BRi1BA (hugh luD), screened pa-
no, washer/ dryer end unit. Pets welcome.
$1000,'mo Call Ashley 887-1885.
THE PALMS, 1BR'1BA near beacon and
shopping. amenities, quiel, new applian-
ces $875/mo 610-3608
EXECUTIVE RENTAL (BEACHES)
Fully lurnisred. 2BR/2BA, all inclusivee
i.leecirc, cable). Short/Long term
S1700/mo 535-3911.
PVB 2BR.'2BA wtire'place, $1100/mo Call
Grace Ellis 655-7923
2BR.2BA BEACHFRONT condo for long
term. $1800/mo. 233-4224
PVB- SUMMERHOUSE, 2BR/ 2BA Inird
tioor, new carpet. appi, W/D, Irplc. Avail
now, $995,'mo. 403-1998
SUMMER HOUSE/PVB 2/2, new applian-
ces. new carpet, pool. lennis court secun-
ty. $1195,mo. Jean Tan-Jones 472-3614.
PV CONDO- 1BR/1BA. lohed ce;l.ngs,
lakevew. lop iloor,. gated community with
all the amenilies Very clean unit, prelur
non-smoker and no pels Out will consider
it. $9251mo Call 850-933-7200.
PONTE VEDRA, Summer House. 1BR. all
Snew, wpool. illness. spa, concierge, many
amenities $875,mo Avail. 8/15. Pels wel-
comrne l904|448-5591
PVB COLONY, MOTIVATED 2BR.2BA.
1 i100st. tirepla.ce. WD 2nd floor, new car.
pel. huge ceilings $11,75/mo 635-6375.
* FURNISHED CONDO. 2BR/2BA. end
unit llist style, lully remodeled, 5 star
communiry. $1875-mo Call Kirk
(9041463-1131 Owner. Broker
OFF HODGES. Nice 2,2.bonus between
Beaches and UNF. Quiet ground floor cor-
ner unit $1050/mo. 1904)333-3382
JARDIN. DE MER. Condo, 3RR 2BA.
garage 'i1400/-mo .-Avail. 8,'1/06
770.429-9331..
PVB SUMMERHOUSE. 2BRi2BA. 2nd
Iloor, corner on golf course. NS $995/mo
+deposit 190-11466-0230.
THE PALMS At Marsn Landing 2BR/2BA
Waierview. wood floors. 1st Iloor. gated,
$1125,mo. 241-3941
PVB CONDO- oeaultiully renovsled 2,2,,
new appliances, wood doors. fireplace,
w*i. beach access. 5 star amenities,
i,1000.mo iLong Term). 386-837-2799,
813-482-5354
ENJOY A beacn get-a-way at The Saw.
grass Beacri CLub. $550 per week $1400
per monin, 280-5170 or 616-5274
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH, 3BR'2BA
vaulted ceiling beautiful tile Brignl, open
floor plan No dogs. $1 700/mo
14041325) 0820. (-14041784-6601
PONTE VEDRA Gated comm. 2/2, super
ameniIes No smoking, $1100/mo.
838-4367
BETWEEN UNF and Beaches- Spacious
2 2 condo vaulted ceilings, overlooking
quiet preserve, pool/ gym W'D in until.
$11001mo. 904-962-0183


ATL BCH 3BR house beautilully lurnish-
ed. walk to ocean. $1650/mo. 993-3226.
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes Weekly monily Visit uS at:
laxoeacrinrenial.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828
OCEAN PARK SUITES
Luxury lurnished I & 2 Bedroom Suiles
High Quality King Beds.
Equipped Kilchens.
2nd SIreel & 51h Ave Souin
www.oceanparksultes.com
(904)318-0044
ATLANTIC BEACH Sea Place, luinisned
2BR12BA rc.ndo, $1300/mo 887-5005.

OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR 4BA. weekly, moniliy. yearly Call
(9041249-8269


OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED '& unfur-'
nished homes & conaosl From $500 per
weekl All South Realty. 241-4141
S JAX Brh 2BR luliy lurnished. ocean.
tront condo. Monthly. Weekly 241-0267
www.renltacksonvillebe3cn.com,


SHARE MY hc.,e near ICW, $500,mo in-
cludes e,.eryth.ng and use ol notlub Call
904-571-6533. .
ROOMMATE WANTED. AB private bath/
kiicnen privileges. W/'D. $135.'wk.
249-7926 .
SEEKING ROOMMATE, Portside Com-
munity on Beach Blvd., west:.of the IC.
Available Aug. 3rd. 992-7406. '
ROOM FOR rent in 3BR,2BA nouse in
Ponte Vedra Galed, pool, tennis courts
all -utilities, HBO, High Speed internet.
Near Sawgrass. and TPC. $580/mo.
476-1830.
CLEAN, 1BR, 4th Ave. S. & 2nd St.,
$412/mo. +1/2 util. 662-0364.
ROOM FOR Rent in Atlantic Bch w/sepa-
'rate bath, all utilities, included $550/mo.
w/no deposit. (706)718-4733 'if. no answer
Save message.


2BR/2BA CONDO in PVB, $550/mo + de-'
posit, No pets. 543-0772.
NEW RESIDENCE, master bedroom w/
private bath for rent. $700/mo. 237-4354.
ATL BEACH room w/bath utilities includ-
ed, washer/ dryer, $550/mo. + deposit.
249-6221 868-5208. '
$450/MO INCLUDES utilities, pool and
kitchen privileges, must have refs,
S223-0815.
ROOM, FOR rent in house w/pool and
fenced back yard $600/mo. Includes utilit-
ies and satellite TV. 566-1980.
ATLANTIC BCH, off Assisi, furnished,
$115/wk, deposit, references. 372-4265.


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

OFFICE. SPACE In Beach plaza, '1300
Beach Blvd. 1347 sq ft. Jonathan at 866-
6937.

FOR SALE, 1330sf. office building
& 1610sf. office building, at beaches.
514-1090.


REDUCED, OFFICE space for, rent/ for-
mer doctor office- three rooms (1 w/stor-
age space). Lease all rooms together "or
separate Utilities included. Separate back-
door entrance. Located on. 3rd St.
(904)249-3863.




GREAT LOCATION IN Jax Beach. New,
3750sf multi-purpose building for lease.
Can be divided, Call. for details,
343-1919, 249-3214.


RETAIL SPACE for rent. 1000sf. on
Penman Rd. in Jax Beach. Call for de-
tails 247-4527.




FREE TO good home- female black laD
puppy. approx 6 months old Call 864-
5409.

FREE.LAB mix 3 rrio.puppy to a good
home. 220-1452. .
KITTENS: FREE to good homes. Call
Candice @ 904-629-3405
YOUNG ORANGE tabby male cat desper-
ately needs a loving home. Very affection-
ate. ail snols, 249-9405

2 KITTENS free to good home Call 241.
2609
BLACK 12WK old kitten, Iree to slable
home. 221-6062.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.



PAPILLON PUPPIES- excellent homes
only fullgrown weight, 51bs. $600
669-7739



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



INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL Exchange
Representative: Earn supplemental in-
come placing and supervising high school
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NEED A herol 49 attractive lady would like
to meet a nice man Please call. would
love to meet 742-7633


FOUND ON 7/15 Camera In Neptune
Beach area. Call 249-0616.
LOST BIG Green suitcase on 3rd Street.
Call 704-2115.Reward $100.



AMERICA'S .DRIVING Academy Start
your driving career today Offering cours-
es In CDL A. One tuition feel Many pay-
ment optlonsi No registration feel
(888)808-5947 info@americasdivlngaca-
demy.com.


HEAVY EQUIPMENT. Operator training for
employment: Bulldozers, Backhoes, Load-
ers,'Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Ex-
cavators; National Certification, Job Place-
ment Assistance; Associated Training
Services (800)251-3274 www.equipment-
school.com.


HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator Certified
Hands on training. Job Placement Assis-
tance. Call Toll Free (866)933-1575. As-
sociated Training Services 5177 Homo-
sas sa Trail, Lecarto. Florida, 34461.
www.atsflorida.com.

IF YOU are'interested in advertising under
:his category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classlifed@beacheslieader.com
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UPSCALE PV Beach Salon needs front,
deskmreceplionisi part time. Some eve-
nings and Saturdays. Call 285-0503.
HOUSEKEEPERh MOMS Assistant- Flexl-
Sble nrs 15-20 hours per week All aspects
ol maintaining a home. Organization a
must. Some duties include cleaning/ laun-
dry/ organizing Pay negotiable. Experi-
ence preferred, references & background
check a must (904)887-3394

ATLANTIC THEATRES Comedy Club
now hiring experienced servers and box
office staff. Pan-time hours, apply in per-
son Tues -Fri., 1-5pm. No phone calls
please.
GENERAL OFFICE Manager/ Bookkeeper
needed lor intenor design company. Pan-
time, 20hrs. per week. .Fax resume to:
,904-247-3200

FRONT DESK CONCIERGE
Part-time every Friday and Saturday and
some holidays at a premier retirement
community to assist residents and visitors
In coordination with Ihe Manager ol Resi
dent Services. Applicants should be highly
organized -and be able to communicate
arid deal tactfully with Ihe public, residents
and family memDers under all conditions.
Proficient in Miciosoft Outlook. Word. Ex-
cel and Power Point Hotel, hospital,
CCRC or other retirement community or
hospitality experience nelplul Must be
willing to wOrk holidays and other snifts 11
necessary. Applications at Fleer Landing
Secunrty Gate, One Fleel Landing Blvd..
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, Fax to
(904)246-9447; email:
jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE, Drug-Free
Workplace


IFYOU are interested in advensing, under PART- TIME, OnrCall Gale Guard' Roving
this, category please call 904-249-9033 or Patrol needed nor Bat shifs including week-
eail classtied@beachesieader.com ends and holidays. Excellent working con-
ema classdi@beachesleader.com dtions Call 285-7122 to apply


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tim7 Hurt? Talk to a lawyer Now Call 24
Hours Personal Injury and Criminal De-
lense A-A-A Anomey Referral Service
1888)733-5342 Prolect Your Rights

DIVORCE. $275.$350 _Covers. ihll(dre'
eto Only one signatures required Excludes
govi. leest Call weekdays (800)462-2000
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce, LLC
Eslablisned 1977

DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE! Uncon-
tested divorce papers. Without Kids while
you wain) With kids (a little longer) Since
1981/by apple. only 1904)641-2187.


PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
BEACH

SECOND AND FINAL READING OF
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-7912
"AN ORDINANCE REPEALING CHAP-
TER 33. ARTICLE II -PUBLIC VEHICLES'
IN ITS ENTIRETY AND CREATING A
NEW CHAPTER 33. ARTICLE II, "VEHI-
CLES FOR HIRE' IN THE CODE OF OR.
DINANCES OF THE CITY OF JACKSON-
VILLE BEACH. FLORIDA, AND ESTAB-
LISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE."
August 7, 2006 7-00 P.M.
COPIES OF THE PROPOSED .ORDI-
NANCES ARE ON FILE FOR PUBLIC
EXAMINATION IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CITY CLERK OF JACKSONVILLE
BEACH. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY
APPEAR AT THE MEETING AND BE
HEARD.

If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the City Council wiln respect to
any matter considered at any meeting or
hearing, such person may need a record
ol me proceedings, and, for such purpose,
such person may need to ensure a verba-
irni record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the lesilmony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is to be
based


Cs' Heidi Reagan
City Clerk
BL 7,19,06


PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE

BEACH

SECOND AND FINAL READING OF
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-7925

"AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE
CLEARING, GRADING AND PAVING OF,
A PORTION OF NORTH 20th STREET
SOUTH OF 91h AVENUE IN THE CITY
OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH. FLORIDA,
PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF A
PORTION OF THE COST THEREOF, BY
THE IMPOSITION OF SPECIAL AS-
SESSMENTS TO BE LEVIED AND AS-
SESSED AGAINST THE PROPERTIES
ABUTTING OR FRONTING UPON SUCH'
IMPROVEMENTS IN PROPORTION TO'
THE BENEFITS BESTOWED UPON
EACH PROPERTY ASSESSED; AND
DESIGNATING A TIME FOR HEARING
OBJECTIONS TO THE ENFORCEMENT
THEREOF AND PROVIDING FOR OTH-
ER MATTERS RELATING THERETO."
August 21,2006 7:00 P.M.
COPIES OF THE PROPOSED ORDI-
NANCES ARE ON FILE. FOR PUBLIC
'EXAMINATION IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CITY CLERK OF JACKSONVILLE
BEACH. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY
APPEAR' AT THE MEETING AND BE
HEARD.
If a person decides to appeal'any decision
made by thie City Council with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting or
hearing, such person may need a record
of the proceedings, and, for such purpose,-
such person may need to ensure a verba-
tim record of the proceedings Is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
/s/ Heidi Reagan
City Clerk
BL 7/19/06


DRIVER NEEDED. Experience in lumiture
or appliance delivery nelplul. 285-2426.
LANDSCAPE HELPER wanted. Mainte-
nance- installation. Must be able to edge/
line trim 434-8797 leave msg


ORDER ENTRY/ CUSTOMER SERVICE
3 IS,Qj Center, is Iqqking for Qrder
.plry ,R5ps to iake. ;rcbmirfig cails 'iiom
our customers ordering from our catalogs
Excellent communication skills/ keyboard
skills as well as a background in customer
service-is required. Day & Night part-time
shins available. Class starts August 1.
2006 lor two weeks. Paid training is trom
4pm-11pm. Monday -Fnday Call our lob
line for immediale consideration
645-6000 prompt 2 EOE.


TEACHER AID- 2:30-6:30 Toddlers and
preschool, require patience. reliability and
love of children. 1851 Beach Blvd. Jax
Beach 32250. EOE. 242-9645

MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB
Part-Time Activities Counselor
Assist with year round kids programs and
events Experience working wiln children
a plus CPRi Fir9t Aaid cerlitied. Night and
weekend hours required.
Part-Time Fitness Attendant.
Seeks candidate wih CPR/First Aid certiFi-
calion. Fitness experience required. Flexi-
ble nours. Both positions apply in per-
son in the Tennis Center, Tuesday -
Saturday, Ponte Vedra Beach. 285-
1909. Drug Testing/ E.O.E.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS lor 2 Receplion-
' ists with Ilexible hours and experience a
must. Please apply within Dirty Blonde
Salon, 2409 S Third SI, 241-4247.

BATHROOM TECHS
& CUSTODIAN
Selt motivated, last moving, Ilexible. multi-
task person. Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable Iransponation a must.
6pm-t0.30pm, or later Call DebbOe after
2pm. 285-3400. ext 3352

KITCHEN PERSON
Need Reliable person appro> 30-35hrs
per wk, night shift. Must know grill andi
sandwich board, Apply Monkey's Uncle
Tavern, 1850 S. 3rd St., Pablo Plaza, Jax
Beach.


KENNEL ASSISTANT needed lor busy:
veterinary clinic, competitive wages Previ-
ous kennel experience preferred. Apply in
person Beaches Animal Clinic, 93.7


Beach Blvd., Jax Beach. 246-2045.

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in this'
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current lob openings. No lees may be
charged to.the prospective employee Ads
for sell-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear, un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.

SERVERS WITH line dining experience
needed. Please apply in person at Gio-
.--: 111?- Al -L R mir j 1i- i oIn Rrh 'r~



EDUCATIONAL SALES
:Join our team it you can excel at Inside
sales & desire a last-paceda work environ-
ment, we may have .: an excellent'
opportunity for you You will join a Nalion-'
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach
Ideal candidate will have 1 + years experi-
ence inside sales, customer service, or
telerriarkeiing. & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts
Base pay plus commissions. FT. no eve-
nings or weekends Fax resume-
1904)285-0010 or email.
lim@mediakids.com

. FIRST CHOICE Home 'Improvements.
Needs skilled carpenters & tree cihmDers.
349-2628


*BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
'.Iniercoasial areas, at leasl 23 yrs. old,
good driving record Call 249-0360


GREENFROG PEST PREVENTION
Join our earn. Our company has openings
lor our service dept, good salary, must
possess a good driving record, be custom-
er friendly. We offer company vehicle,
paid vacation and holidays. Leap over to
us. Apply at 159 19th Street N. Jax.
Beach! 242-9002.
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V(irl[ll, I 610 IBeadUi IDlvU., JdA Bch I. Ivi-r.,
11am-2pm. 249-7787.. ROOFING
Roofers helpers needed asap. 'Will train,
APPOINTMENT SETTER/ Telemarketer 242-9867, 614-0422.'
needed, $8/hr., bonus per job, benefits.
Off Atlantic Blvd. near Regency Square. A/C & Heating company needs Installers
At least 1yr. exp. Call Matt Meadows 722- & Service Technicians. Top pay & bene-
1873. Jobs@FlueTechlnc.com fits. Call Rob 509-3062


ABSENT ANSWER is looking for happy
people to work PT shifts, evenings &
weekends. Will train. Great pay. Call today
270-2357.
CNA'S, HHA'S, Companion Care, P/T po-
sitions w/flexible schedule. Apply at 9471
Baymeadows Rd. Suite 201, Jacksonville,
FL 32256. 737-1663.

PALMS EXTENDED Day Program
needs Group Leader M-F, 1-6pm. Must be
patient, fun-loving and energetic. Group
experience w/children preferred. EOE.
247-0983.

HELP WANTED- Must Love Kids. 'Local
church hiring 2 nursery workers. Part-time
5-10 hours/ week. Sunday & Monday
mornings and Wednesday evenings. Fax
resume to 221-9191.


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


CUSTOM Interiqr Trim Carpenter or help-
ers needed., any carpentry experience a
plus. Beaches and Ponte Vedra areas.
.Call. Tim 509-9071.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT. experienced back
office. Immediate opening for fast paced
Beach practice. Competitive salary & ben-
efits. Fax resume: (904)241-0831, or call
(904)241-1035.
BURDENBEARER SERVICES needs reli-
able cleaning help. Residential/Commer-
clal. Call 536-7676.'


CUSTODIAL/HOUSEKEEPER: F/T; ben-
ef its, 401 k, flexible schedule. Detail orient-
ed Individual. Starting pay negotiated. Golf
privileges. Phoner (904)246-4827, email:
accountlng@selvamarina,com, or fax re-
sume to 246-9121. DFWP.

HANDYMAN COMPANY
Is growing. Have basic home repair skills,
tools, transportation & a smile? Call
221-3453. Good $$. P/T, FIT.
DENTAL ASSISTANT Beaches full-time,
some experience necessary. Call or fax
resume 285-3128.
WAREHOUSE WORK and Furniture As-
sembly. Beaches, 30-40 hrs per week.
Must be able to'lift 50lbs. Call 241-5558.
CAR HAULING. Southeast Region.
$1,100+/week! Great home timel Compa-
ny paid benefits Paid training for drivers
with minimum 1 year. OTR experience.]
(912)571-9668 or (866)413-3974.

MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB.
Full Time Golf Course Maintenance Staff.
Excellent benefits for. FIT employment in,
cluding vacation time, sick lime. 401k,
health benefits and more. Apply in person
at the Tennis Center.- call .285-6514 for
directions. Drug lesiingEOE.
DRIVER- $1000 Sign on Bonus lor experi-
encea liatbed divers. Home weekends.
$950+/week. Great benelits & equipment.
Sludents w/CDL-A welcome. Call PGT:
,800 837- 748.

HERE S FRED Golf Co. needs office per-
son & UPS shipping clerk w/ experience
645-9790. 2205 St John's Bluff Rd.

LAWN MAINTENANCE
GREAT OPPORTUNITY lor experience
worker, must have a valid drivers license.
Leave message at 553-6338.
LOCAL GROWING landscape design
company needs landscape installation'
construction foreman w/project manage-
ment exp. Musl have reliable transporta-
ton daily lo 5mi. N. of St Augustine. Field
operations range from Ailantic Beach to
Palm Coast. Relerences and background
Check required. Contact Dayle Appiegale
247-6645 or Tom Bixler 710-9070.

KITCHEN UTILITY WORKER: FT. bene-
his, 401k. flexible schedule. Golf privileg-
es. Phone 904-246.4837 email:
accounling@selvamarina.com or lax re-
sume to 246-9121. DFWP
THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
employs individuals in a variety of post-
lions For a sting of current opportunities
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd SI., 2nd
Iloor. call 247-6263, send an email to per-
sonnel@iaxbchtl.nel, or visit our website
www JacksonvileBeacn org Drug tree
work environment. EOE. VP

IRRIGATION FOREMAN-MILLER Bros.
Irrigation is seeking a mature individual
with a minimum of 3 years supervisory ex-
penance. Excellent driving record re-
quired Top wages to the right person Call
Brian al 249-5214 to arrange interview.

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Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work Excellent pay 8
ovenime available. Crew Leaders wanted
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.

CNA
FULLTime. 3pm-l1pm at Premiere Retire-
ment Communimry Healh Cenler. Excellent
benefits package, competitive wages, good
working environment. Applications availa-
ble at Fleet Landing Security Gate One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL:
Fax to (904)246-9447: email to:
jbs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
workplace
ELEVEN SOUTH BISTRO FiT PrT host-
ess, apply in person. 8-11 and 3-5 at 216
11inthAve. S, Jax Beach, 241-1112.
SERVERS WANTED. Cnhizu Japanese,
Sleak House Apply ahter 2pm. 1227
Soultr3rd'S .

BOOKS ARE FUN
A Reader's Digest Co. offers an exciti-,
sales opponunity lor independent sales
rep! Sei-up, run book fairs at businesses'
corporations Commission guaranteed lirst
3 months. Training and support provided.
Need TrucK/SUV/Trailer, storage & com-
puter For details & lo apply:
www booksarelunild com. Req42117BR.
Fax 888-556-4795. Call 1800) 966-8301,
X2698

REMODELING!PUNCH CARPENTER
good pay & benefits. company
vehicleiphone, must have good driving re-
cord. 568-8700.
DRIVER- HOLD me press Pay increase
Increase speed! Personal management.
Call 1800)734-8169. Knight Transporta-
lion 'Your Hometown National Carner'
CDL Class A4 months OTR.

TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
CALL ABOUT our drivers that make $70-
S99K per year nome most nights & week-
endsl CDL-A. 2yrs. experience required.
1-800-889-8139
SERVERS, HOST/HOSTESS. Line
Cooks. Must be able to work weekends.
Top wages Apply in person 10am-2pm,
Campechne Bay Cantina, 127 1st Ave
North. 249-3322.

FRONT DESK position avail. in pediatric
office. Call 246-9428


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DRIVER- Hiring qualified dnvers for Cen-
Iral Flonda local and national OTR posi-
tions. Food grade banker, no hazmat, no
pumps. Greal benefits, competitive pay
and new equipment Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport tor your op-
ponunity today. 1800)741-7950.
SERVERS LINE COOk, Disnwashers..
Fine Dining JJ's Bistro. Ponle Vedra.
273-7980 Gale Parkway, 996-7557
FRAMING CARPENTERS G C Superin.
tendent for established company Drug
tree work place. Benefits. 241-2721
AUTOMOTIVE AUTO fTruck Technician
National Fleet Maintenance provider
seeks Service Tech lor the Wesiside
Jacksonville shop. PM & Demand Repairs
for.Auto ,Med truo -& C iL-,hel
pj--j_ qured,' N .A.
BackgrOuhd & drig lest re 'd
Contact Mistyv mgreen@butler.com/
800-916-9664 EOE/M'F/V/D
BENCOM (SHORT tor Benefits Communi-
canions) has immediate openings in me
Jacksonville Beach and surrounding areas
to aggressively market our employee oen-
efits communication and enrollment pro-
grams We are hiring Sales Representa-
tives. Our company offers Unlimited
growth potential, Excellent compensation
and a formal training program. This is a
Business-lo-Business sales opportunity
wiln tremendous suppon and training. 11
inleresled. please contact Jerry McGee in
Jacksonville at (904)613-1818, or email
your resume to lerrymcgee@bencomon-
line corn I
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital seeking
Receptionist with Customer Service expe-
rence. Apply within, 28 Corona Ra,
Pontae Vedra, 2857924.
DRIVER/ CDL. SAWYER GAS a local
propane retailer is in immediate need ot a
lull-lime driver. The ideal candidate will
have an excellent customer service de-
meanor, a CDL with Hazmal, lanker, and
airbrake endorsements. Candidates musl
pass pre-employment testing, drug
screen, DMV check and background in-
vestigation. We offer a competitive salary
and benelils package Apply in person at
98 S Penman Rd, Jax Bcr. or fax resume
to: HR al 246-0715. EOE.
DRIVERS HOME every weekend! 41
ioaded/,'.37 empty 01 loaded miles larp
pay. Health, lie. dental, 401K Monthly bo-
nuses. CDL-A; 1 yr experience. Grayson
Mitchell. (800) 434-1882.
EXP. COOKS needed. Apply in person,
Bukkels Restaurant, 222 N Oceanironi.
Jax Bch. 246-7701
KINDERCARE TEACHERS needed, Al-
lanlic Beach F/T, P/T positions available,
249-0888
RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT opportu-
n,ties with KFC and Pizza Hull Compeli-
live salanes, great beneltls. opportunity for
growth and advancement. Call (866)238-
0646 for more details


BEACHES CAR Wash- lull lime help
needed. Wages negoliablet tips. Benehils
AVal. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
MAINTENANCE PERSON needed lull
lime. Exp. a plus Greal oenelits. Fax re-
sume to 721-3972 or apply in person at
The Atnum Retirement Community.
9960 Atrium Way. .
OFFICE MANAGER lor growing printing,
company in Beaches. All aspecIs of office
management required. Excellent opportu-
inity. Fax resume i241-7349, or email to
'pdint@surfsidepdinting.com ,

POOL CLEANER
w/vallid Florida Driver's License. Experi-
erice helpful but will train. Good salary &
benefits. Apply: Surfsidd Pools, 313
Beach Blvd., 246-2666, or fax' resume:
249-8801, e-mail: surfsidepqols @aol.com
ALL SHIFTS
Mornings
Afternoons
Evenings
Full-Time
Earn $7-$12 per hogr & cash bonuses
Telemarketing for newspapers nationwide.
219-4771.
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER In holistic, internal medical of-
fice. Full /part time secretarial, clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
lations. Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references; no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Arts Center,
FAX: (904)246-3778.
HIRING 1 experienced Bartender, days
and nights. Call 208-1922.
FT AND PT Front and back office work.
Computer skills, typing skills, and organi-
zational skills required. Exp. preferred but
not required. 246-3232.
CARPENTERS & Helpers needed, Jax
Beach. 693-3130.


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RECEPTIONIST/ SECRETARIAL
Established company in Ponle Vedra
Beach seeking hard working person. Ex-
cellent telephone manner, ability to handle
mulhi-task responsibilities and deadlines
absolutely essential. Light computer work.
9am-5:30pm. M-F. Fax resume to
285-4961 or Call 285-7608.
ENTRY LEVEL position for growing print-
ing company. Good opportunity Apply at
640 North 3rd St.
CONVERTER COLLECTOR
FIT and PiT. commission only Must have
dependable transponaiion. Call 996-0233
or appjy at www.cls-liorida.com.

LAWN MAINTENANCE Foreman. Apply
7am. TNT Landscape. 107-1 10h Ave.
South Jax Beach. 247-4477.
GOLF COURSE EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TOR: Selva Manna Country Club FT.
benefits, 401k. Expenence preferred Goll
privileges Call 246-4711. DFWP.

ADMIN ASST For Busy Beaches retail
business Must have attention to10 derail
good people skills Fun place to work.
ome Salurdays required. Please fax re-
sume to 223-5499
WAREHOUSE/ RECEIVING Growing Jax
Beach wholesale gittware company seeks
an experienced FT Warehouse Associate.
Must be able o lihh 50+ pounds. Unload
containers. Forklifl experience required
Excellent wage/ benefits. Fax resume to
222-2081. Athn: Brandi or call 247-1497.

INSIDE SALES
Handle inbound sales from advertising
and create sales with outbound calls
Must nave good relationship and closing
skills. Prospecting experience and cus-
tomer service is a must along with PC
skills and ability to work
independently. Earn $65,000 per year
with proper experience. Fax resume 4o
.241-7333 or email Jennifer at
jennilerw',,desenmicro.net
COUNTER HELP. Ponte Vedra area.
FT/PT. Call 285-564-14.
THE PIE HOLE serves breakfast, lunch
and pizza). Now hiring store manager,
waile staff and cooks tort local Maypon
Cate Apply within 1487-9 Mayport Ra
249-7437

Construction Worker
w/valid Florida Driver's License Experi-
ence helpful but will Irain Good salary &
benriefts Apply at Surdside Pools 313.
Beach Blvd., 246-2666 or fax -esume Ito
249-8801, e-mail. surdtsdepools@aol com.
CDL.A DRIVERS. Expanding Fleet offer-
ing Regional/ OTR runs. Excellent Bene-
fits, Weekend Homerime, Outslanding Pay
Package, Lease Purchase on '07 Peter-
bills Nalional Carriers (888)707-7729
www.nationalcarriers.com
VETERINARY TECH needed for high vol-
ume velt clinic. At least lyr. expenence re-
quired Competitive salary, excellent ben-
efits. Fax resume to 246-3061 or call 246-
8577 for more info Beaches Animal Clin-
c, 937 Beach Blvd Jax Beach.
BUSY WHOLESALE Fishery seeks Office
Assistant, duties include data entry, filing,
phone Seafood experience preferred Ap-
ply in person only ahter 2pm C & C Fish-
eries. 36 West 6In St.. Atlantic Beach


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

LICENSED, EXPERIENCED Stylist for
busy Atlantic Blvd., Salon. New grads also
welcome. 868-0972. t
PRODUCTION EMPLOYEE ,
Needed FIT, days only w/ a can- do atti-
tude. Light manufacturing & assembly
work exp. a must. Knowledge & use of
small machinery, & tools required. Looking
for someone who can follow instructions.
Start at $7.50/hr. Call 249-3545 btwn
9am- 3pm only, Mon- Fri. ,
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
10am- 5pm, Mon- Fri, Line Cook. Excep-
tional pay. Great people to work with.-
285-0139.
EXPERIENCED LAWN help. Clean Flori-
da drivers license & transportation. Arling-
ton/ Beaches area. 904-220-2030. Imme-
diate opening.
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately.
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent
pay. Transportation & phone required.
591-5901,514-1188.
NAIL TECH needed for day spa In Jax
Beach, no acrylics. Call Miki at (904)
242-8008.


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MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB
now hiring the following positions to staff
the newly renovated clubhouse.
Banquet Server
AM & PM Server
Hostess
Busser
Bartender
AM & PM Line Cook
Dishwasher
Full-time and Part-time. All full-time posi-
tions receive excellent benefits. Apply in
person In the Marsh Landing Tennis Cen-
ter Tuesday Saturday. Located in Ponte
Vedra, 285-6514. Drug testing/EOE.
PONTE' VEDRA Animal Hospital looking
for a Veterinary Technician, exp. required.
Apply within 28 Corona Rd., 285-7924.
CAREGIVER NEEDED
Experienced caregiver to live in. Referen-
ces, 285-2434.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
AM & PM Line Cooks, Kitchen Prep & Util-
ities. Good money, casual atmosphere;
very busy, great people to work. with.
285-0139.
CALIFORNIA CLOSETS.
IS LOOKING FOR
INSTALLATION TECHNICIANS AND
PRODUCTION /WAREHOUSE
Some hands on experience with tools re-
quired.. Ability to problem solve on the job
Work independently with little to, no super-
vision. People oriented. Paid training. Ve-
hicles and tools provided. Earning poten-
tial 50K based oh skill and quality. Medical
benefits and 401K: All interested parties
contact 800-633-0213. Fill out an applica-
tion at our showroom, 3520 Agricultural
Center Dr Ste 310, St. Augusiine, FL
32092
PONTE VEDRA, AR Accounting Clerk po-
sition. Requires fast learner and Well or-
ganized. .Good pay, email resume to
khome@cntre.com EOE.
SUPER SUPPERS' is looking, for a few
good people to work FT/PT, a.m./p.m..
hours at our Beach Blvd: and Baymead-
ows'9A locations. Duties Include prepping
food, greeting cuslomners, and general
cleaning. Call 821 -4555


KITCHEN PERSON
Need Reliable person approx 30-35hrs
per wk, night shift. Must know grill and
sandwich board, Apply Monkey's Uncle
Tavern, 1850 S. 3rd St., Pablo Plaza, Jax
Beach.
WE'RE RAISING pay for Florida Regional
drivers Home every weekend! Home dur-
ing the week! Solid weekly miles 95% no
touch Preplanned freight $.43 per mile
Heartland Express (800)441-4953
www.heartlandexpress.com.



NOTICE TO READERS
ADVERTISERS IN'this category are not
offering jobs. They are offering job-related
services and may charge fees. Readers
are advised to exercise caution before giv-
ing credit card information over the phohe
without knowing what specific product or
service they will receive.
DRIVER: YOU want it, we have it! Solo,,
teams, owner operators, company drivers,
students, recent grads, regional, dedicat-
ed, long haul. Van, flatbed. Must be 21.
CRST Career Center., (800)940-2778.
www.driveforcrst.com



NOTICE TO READERS
WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity'
ads which require you to pay a fee to'get
information or that refer you to 976-or 900-
phone numbers which will result in sub-
stantial charges to your phone bill, the
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
of offerings in this classification. If any ad-
vertiser requires you to incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a fee to learn the na-'
ture of the opportunity, please report it to
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033.
PARTY STORE for sale, located at 7206
Atlantic Blvd., seasonal merchandise in
storage included. $30,000. Call Tim 813-
5833. ,


S --- ALL CASH candy rouie. Do you earn
.SILK PRESSER. Pome Vedra area, guar- $800,day? 30 machines, Iree candy. All
anteed hours. 285-5644. for $9995. (888)629-9968 B02000033
Siri Il.Irr DO" o Iitm.ir)AV DriFinAV Call us: We will nor be undersoldl


nOUSEKEEPERS'MO W NvUIA/i-rtMLPAY.
Seeking responsible persons for private
company. Must be bondable. Serious in-
quiries only. Leave msg at 716-8824.
POSITIONS) OPEN for fulltime asst. head
cashier, lullnme warehouse manager, pan
lime cashiers, carryouts. sales and plant
depi Proctor Ace Hardware 870 AlA
Norin Ponme Vedra Bch 285-8101
SMALL LOCAL Landscape business is
looking lor people who WANT lo work and
have iranspornation. "WillI rain. Call
334-3157.
DRIVERS
RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Drivers par-lime and lull-lime. Be a mem-
ber ol a greal team Join our Recreation
Depanmeni at a premier tirremeni com-
muniry Fun work environment Class C
CDL Passenger Endorsemenr License
Required Musl be able to set up and
break down lor special events Compeli.
S hve wages and excellent benehiis. Applica-
lions available at Fleet Landing Securnry
Gate. One Fleel Landing Blvd Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax ro 904-246-9447:
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
EOE,'Drug-iree workplace.


ACTIVE NANNY, honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $9-$11/hr;,
any area. CPR & .First Aid. F/T & P/T.
260-4915
LOVING IN-HOME Child Care PVB Ages
6-weeks and up. HRS licensed 8 years
experience. Tammy 373.0404.



FITNESS TRAINING...
in your home. Call for a no obligalion com-
plimeniary session Certdiied and insured
1904,759-3665.
HOME HEALTH Aide available for 24
hour care in your home Reliable. Good
references. 536-8459 .

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Apply in person at
111 Beach Blvd.. Jax Beach
Online al Snieukcr.Spio.n iGnille i.iT
Or i. reriumr ci oi 19., 4,i-ls. 1014-1
alt'i HR Depi
Sneakers Sports Grille
is an Equal Opporruniry Employer
A Drug-Free W\orkplace


Join thta tam k sc i f p lu


CAREGIVER/'-HOUSEKEEPER seeking
part-time work. Honest and dependable.
All areas. (760)419-3215.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT/ COMPANION.
"More than a service, more like a friend."
Transportation to doctor's, shopping, etc.
Will also visit your loved one for you in
nursing home. 220-0129.
CAREGIVER FOR elderly, 15yrs. experi-
ence. CPR certified Honest, friendly, car-
Ing. M-T-W-F. refs 568-7309
SIT WITH your loved onrel Some cleaning.
cooking, errand running Call Denise
662-6211, '
IF YOU are Interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email:' classified@beachesleader.com
CAREGIVER FOR elderly. 12 years expe.
nence.references Availarle M-F Call
246-8387 ;..., .
NIGHT SITTER. I will sit night wain ll and
elderly in their own home Local referen-
ces. 246-1206.
DO YOU need relief from caring lor elder-
ly or sick loved ones? I am slate li-
censed, Alznelmers rained. experienced
and .greal references. Call Sherry,
904-541-1214, 904-477-1036.



80' MOHAGONY bearcloih dining table. 6
chairs, comer curio cabinet, $900 Call
465-6966.
HOME GYM- Weider Pro, 2 months old.,
2 yr warranty $275. Call Jody 686-0229
FILL DIRT for 'sale, Miranda Conlracling,.
Call 219-2765
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER all teak.
Scan Design. 3pcs. exc cond. $900
OBO. 270-1707 or 343-7621.
BABY,' TODDLER Bed. wnile. mariress
included $60. Call Jody 686-0229
62" TOSHIBA TV; Pioneer 300 wall
w/equalizer and surround sound receiver.
JVC 6 CD player; Bose 6 2 speakers,
Klipsch 10" double speaker sub woofer
All older models In greal working order
$1200 OBO. 242-0344.
5FT ACOUSTAT Speakers 2 1/2 in thick
Sony 200 Disc CD changer, tuner w/dolby
surround, dual cassette w/remoie
$500/OBO (will sell individually). 5,000
Magic cards uncommon and rare.
$300/OBO. Pro Dynamics TX 1200
Speakers $2200 new, selling for' $400.
Sharp handheld camcorder w/400 x zoom.
Viewcam wiremole $50. Longboard skare-
board $50 241.4204
BEDROOM FURNITURE -King Bed,
2 nighlslands, dresser w/mirror, light wood
wa/dark wood accents $300. Kichenaid
27" gas double wall oven $50. & pull our
vent unit, black Whirlpool dishwasher $75
525-2504
IS STRESS ruining your relalionships,"
Buy and Read Dianelics by.L. Ron Hub-
bard. Call (813)872-0722 or send $8.00 to
Dranelics, 3102 N. Habana Ave, Tampa.
FL 33607.
SOLID OAK Oueen bedroom sel In.
cludes rounded headboard w/rarlan inlay
design, 72' six plus drawer dresser
w/rounded mirror and rattan inlay, two
2-arawer nigntslands, lour drawer plus
storage Armoire. Good condition $700.
992-1214.
WOLFF TANNING beds Buy Direcl and
save' Full body units Irom $22 a month
Free color catalog. Call today. (800)842-
1305, www.np elslan.com
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75,ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173
992-1470.
PRESSURE WASHER, loe behind 65gal.
water lank, 35gal chemical lanK, 13hip
Honda motor, 15011. hose w/wand and
surface cleaner, $2,200 543-9798.
SNAPPER HIVAC Riding Mower One
year old Ninia blade Excellenr condition.
$650 OBO. 273-8195
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam rnanress & boxspring. new ..in
plaitilC w warrarir, $379 .LtuSil .efl
(9041858-9350
BEDROOM SET & mattress, Livingroom
sel. Price negotiable. 483-1032
DINING ROOM able lor sale, solid wood
w,6 chairs $250 246-2803
BED- BRAND name queen sel.
new, wiwarranry $129. Can deliver.
(904)858-9350.


EXERCISE EOUIPMENT- Fluidity Fil-
ness Bar, workoul DVDs, accesones,
brand new, see at lluidity.com $100 OBO
254.0931 Ponte Vedra
WATERBED $50. complete sel. Baldwin
organ $400 (valued at $3000). 246-2437
call after 4pm


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


IF YOU are interested in advertising, under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
CASH FOR your adult bicycles, working or
not, 477-7736.
LICENSED PRIVATE Collector wants mili-
tary items: Guns, edged .weapons, med-
als, web gear, etc. Call 591-9466.
BUYING 45'S from 1950-69, Rock, Soul,
R&B, also factory reel to reel tapes. 803-
270-8930, 803-270-8940.


TRAVEL TRAILER 15'.20' long Please
call k904)24954-87 leave msg


HUGE SIDEWALK SALE. O11ce Supply
Store liquidation. Display cases, large
counter W/storage. 640 North 3rd Street.
Friday, 9am-3pm.


HUGE RUMMAGE Sale Posl 129 1151, S.
41h Sr July 29lh. 7am-2pm Table Rental
$10 00 or Come, Snop and Buy.
SATURDAY. 8AM-1PM FABRIC
$1.00/yd. ihsioc:K, some lurnliure 704 9in
St S


OCEANWALK 2237 Oceanwalk Drive
Wesl, Saturday. 8am.12-30pm New
ladies FSU shins antiques, books, new
linens, baby and household items
BIG YARD Saele Moving redecoraiing
LOIS 01 women s clothing and shoes. Van-
ery ol sizes, purses, household iiems, lin.
ens, decorative, and furniture! Don't miss!
10% of proceeds going to Jax Humane
Society Come help save a pel! SaiurdaFy.
7i22. 8am-? 326 61n Sireel.
HUGE SALE- Furnilure. TV Bikes- Sem.
nole 1o 1lih SI, RI on Linkside-1435. Sal
7/22 711 a m


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SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
rune-up. All makes, all models $49.50
241-2112
HANDYMAN- HOUSE, Yard, Hauling Call
223.5891

CPR DEMOLITION
or muli.-room hotels, condc.s, apanmenrs,
houses, small structures Renovations
available. 246-0628


PADGET S AC & Healing, Inc Family
owned and operated When qualiry and
customer service are demanded call
Travis al 588-5222
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Esirmates. License CAC1814887.

CLEAN TO SHINE Our company commil-
ment is I00'u Customer Saislachion al
Ahordable Prices We clean homes, apan-
ments otlices, RV's. new consiruclion and
restaurants For a iree estmare call 514-
7009 or (904i779-0158 We will beal any
company prices
ABOVE & Beyond Housekeeping De-
pendable, diledcaleaning Icernse'd'1L-d.
s te." t"L..:thd'-' -'r lime-ri-- -- i 'rre. 4i
openings 591-5901.514-.1188.
MAID YOUR Way has opening, commer.
cial cleaning. Call Julie 254-4174
DARCELLE'S HOUSECLEANING. 15yrs
experience Business & Residenlial Sans-
laciion guaranteed Move ouis welcome
19041446-6111


SHABBY CHEAP Household Sale, 60
Franklin Ave., PVB. Sat & Sun, 8am.


A "BEAUTIFULL" Sale!-70 San Juan Dr.
Ponte Vedra Beach. Big home big
amount Furn: Formal Fr chest, Amer
antq stand. Wicker galore. Designer can-
opy On & Kng BR set, armoire, etc. Oak
sideboard. 500 pcs old Chintz, Majolica,
Blue.Willow, Fiesta. Huge.Royal Doulton
pot. Boar head. Big pcs sterl, ton Water-
ford, jewelry, 100's of boxed Swatch
watches. Gar & kitch fuilThurs. 9-4, Fri.
9-3. CHINA CAT 241-0344
chinacatantiques.com.
1645 SEABREEZE Ave Jax Bch. Many
fine antiques, sterling flatware and serving
pieces, baccarat stemware, old books, vic-
torian jewelry, art, prints, Minton & Spode
china, hand painted plates, household
items, chandeliers, mounted fish, -house
and garage full. 7/21 & 22, 8-3. #'s@7,
www.charlloyd.com, 502-0986.


BOAT STORAGE in, PRV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com


TWO JEEP Cherokees, 4 wheel drive,
both 1982, 2-door, $500/each. 612-8060
or 613-5178.

2003 VW Passat GL, Auto 1.8L Turbo,
Silver w/Black Cloth Interior, 41,000
mi.,$12,500. 626-6611.
2000 LEXUS RX300 SUV- Looker, super
Clean. 120k mostly highway miles. Very
well maintained. $14,500 OBO. 242-0344.
1986 SAAB, sunroof, mechanic
owned. Looks and runs great. $950.
7.16-2586.
97, MITSIBISHI Mirage, 4DR, A/C, 5spd,
76,000mi. $1995. 249-0844.
1990 FORD Econollne. F-150 Work van-
auto, NC, Radio. Runs Great. 122 Thou-
sand Miles. $2,000. 343-1460.
1977 FORD T-Bird, 5.0L/302c.i., A/C,
bachelor bench seats, 2nd owner, new
paint, recent engine overhaul, driven daily.
$3200 OBO. 710-7522
2005 FORD econoline in excellent condi-
tion. Loaded w/options 29000 mi. $18500
687-8682 or 687-8648.
1992 OLDS 88 Royal LS, all power, 6 cyl-
inder, great car, $1400. OBO. 716-2586.
1994 FORD Taurus, 75,000 miles, $2500
or. 904-372-9338 or 904-566-3977.


1999 BIG Dog.,1750 Bulldog. Very low 2003 MERCEDES C240, 45k miles1 6spd,
miles. Cherryred w/gold pinstripe. Beauti- 4dr., Siverg leather, 6 CD, moonrodf,
ful and fast. $15,500 OBO.755-6461 exc condition. $20,800. (904)334-6686. .;


2002 HONDA SHADOW Ace, incl. acces-
sories. 48 orig. miles, garage kept. Illness
forces sale: $5500. 247-1417;

1998 TOYOTATacoma-Ext--b- P- PB


1998 TOYOTATacoma Ext.Cab, PS, PB,
A/C, Cruise, bed liner, bed topper,
; r~1a AM/FM/CD. 52K miles. $6800. 246-1182.


92 CHEVY 7 passenger custom van, 20
series,6 cyl., A/C, automatic transmission,
power windows, excellent condition,
$3,500. OBO. 641-2574.
93 CHEVY S10 pickup. 4 cylinder, camp-
er top, real or, gas. 104K miles, great
work truck, $900. OBO. 273-8236.
2000 CHEVY GMC Sierra pickup. 4x4,
56.000 miles. $9000. 993-9191


ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable Qualiry Service Reasonable
raies 821-0737
BOBCAT BOB
Grading, Lawn Replacements. Spread
Dirt. Gravel, Lime Rock, Mulch, Stone.
Irrigation Repairs. MUCH MORE! Bob.
334-6091.

PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
lawns Free estimates 246-0967
CHEAP MOE'S' Compleie lawn service
Most yards only $20 19041422-0593


HOME DELIVERY DIRECT, moving serv-
ices. single pieces to entire house, also
pick up irom stores and deliver to your
door. 23yrs exp lice estimates. 1904i
349-6000


ATLANTIC COASTAL CLEANING
beaches preferred power washing
Licensed.' Insured ,-oti 207-2358.
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Sale root clearing Deck & lence
resloralion Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured Call Kevin 994-0045
ALL ABOUT Services 955-5881 or 343-
1437.
PRESSURE WASHERS for renl or sale
Tucker Equipmenl Reniai 246-1330.


SAVE NOW' Inlerior & Exterior painting
Pressure washing. 19yrs al Beaches.
Free Esihmales 881-4223
PAINTING & repairs by Dean. Inierior.ex-
teror painting All types ol repairs. busi-
ness & residential Fully lic & insured.
309-4720.;
BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
free estimates, work guaranteed. licensed.
610-7768
FAST INTERIOR paining, drywall, tex-
lure Specialize in smaller jobs Will work
evenings & weekends Licensed, insured,
references. 403-7389.


1996 BLACK Cougar XR7, 8cyl;,
100,000+ mi, loaded, good condition
$3,000 OBO (904)955-1830.

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&'NELIGAN .

CONSTRUCTION

Specializing in Remodeling.'
Addilions. Decks, Repairs.
Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
(904) 247-3777
,XU Credit Cards Accepted
Certified Builder Cerlified Roofer
Lk. CB-C059536 Lic. CCC1325888
Member ..I the Beptr BuLine-' Bureau



HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable lor quality repairs, service
calls., paining, improvements and miscel-
laneous lobs. DAVE. 246-6628


IF YOU are interested in advenising under
hiis category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classifieid@beachesleadercom


I We6Look Forward to Meeting You S o6onI


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


Apply in person to:
607 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach'
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm


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


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


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


JR'S SERVICES .
Trees, trimming, landscaping. Licensed,
insured;' Senior's discount. 242-2546,
568-6067.


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


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Pae8 h ece Lae/ot er Lae uy1,20


Beaches soccer camp underway


The Fletcher
soccer camp is
underway with
players from
throughout the
Beaches area I
taking part in
drills aimed at
improving their
skills and getting _
them into condi-
tion for fall
leagues. Among
the drills for
goalkeepers is
learning the
proper technique
for stopping low
shots and using
the ground as a
third hand to
help control the -
ball.


Photos by Rob DeAngelo


Youngsters participating in the week-long soccer.camp get an
opportunity to showcase what they've learned during scrim-
mages and short-field drills aimed at improving ball-handling
techniques. .
Fletcher High boys soccer coach Mike Levine, left, demon-
strates a technique for maneuvering in tight space on Monday,
the first day of camp,


SPORTSBRIEF


Baseball Camp
Nease baseball coach Greg
"Boo" Mullins offers a Monday
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to
noon, baseball camp at
Cornerstone Park. Initially only
a four-week program, Mullins
has extended his camp
throughout the summer.
The cost per participant is
$150 per week. Those interested
should call 783-6561.
Mullins' camp offers defen-
sive, offensive, hitting and base-
running drills, plus the impor-
tance of "small-ball," the Nease
coach's stock-in-trade that's
built around strategy, speed,
timing, sacrifice and solid men-
tal pitching.
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 11 a.m.
Camp for grades 6-9 takes place
from 12:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Cost is $85, but registration
after July 1 is $90. For more
information visit www.beaches-
basketball.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.
...
Beaches Basketball League at
St. Paul's School includes an 8-
game season for kids ages 3 to
rising 6th graders. Four divi-
sions of play will be featured:
Pre-K (co-ed), K-1'st (co-ed),
2nd-3rd (boys and girls teams)
and 4th to rising 6th with sepa-
rate boys and girls teams.
Cost is $85 and all players
receive a T-shirt and trophy. For
more information visit beaches-
basketball.com or phone
Tommn .Hulitan at, 349-2611.
St. Paul's Sports
Camps
St. Paul's summer sports camps
feature participation in team
sports and age-appropriate activi-
ties. Basketball, flag football, 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. For
more information visit
www.beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-
2611.
Soccer
Fletcher Soccer Camp will
take place July 24-27 at San
Pablo Elementary Sch.ol fields
(across from Fletcher High,
School).
Camp for 7th to 13th 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 mem-
bers of the Embry Riddle
University soccer team.
For more information phone
Levine at 635-8969 or e-mail
Pardue at ulrichm@education-
central.org.
Island FC is forming boys and
girls travel soccer teams for the
2006-7 season. Teams will be
offered in the following age
groups: U-12 ibom on or after
8/1/94 but before 7/31/96); U-14
(bom on or after 8/1/92 but
before 7/31/94); U-16 (bom on or
after 8/1/90 but before 7/31/92)
and U-18 for those bom on or
after 8/1/88 but before 7/31/90.
Girls tryouts will take place
June 12 and 14 at San Pablo
Elementary fields from 5:30 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m. Boys team tryouts
will take place June 13 and 15.
For more information contact
Megan Pardue at 234-2646.
Strollerfit
Strollerfit exercise with your
baby. Outdoor classes where
mothers turn their strollers into -
portable exercise machines are tak-
ing place in Atlantic Beach
Thursday and Saturdays, and Fort
Caroline Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. until
10:30 a.m.
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or visit
strollerfit.com/arlington.
Surfing
The Grom Surfing Association
[GSA] is now called JaxPier Surf
Camp and is still located at 2nd
North. The contact number is
651-2843.
Application forms and dates
can be found on jaxpier.com.
JaxPier Surf Camp is the only
surf camp in the nation with a
live streaming camp cam of the
children and young'adults.
For information on the Grom
Surfing Series [GSS],' call Chadey
Hajek at 247-5538.
***
The Fldrida Surfing Association
offers advanced, professional -and
intermediate amateur competi-
tions as well as surfing camps and
clinics. For more information,
visit the website at www.floridda-
surfing.org or call (904) 626-9090.


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