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Title: The Beaches leader
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Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Beach Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 2006
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
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        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Weddings
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Beach Living continued
        page A 9
    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
        page A 10
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
        page B 3
    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
        page B 4
        page B 5
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Joe Reynolds
notches 100 wins

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Bargains!

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Classifieds


Jaguar
tiling

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BEACrHES


Vol. 44, No. 24


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


No to


Attorney says NE

ignored concurre

laws for past perr

by JEFFREY MINTON
SEAFF \I'RITER
The Neptune Beach City Council K
posed Wal-Mait in its city MondaN
world's largest retailer delivered so
punches of its own, exposing that the c
followed its own codes in approving
mercial developments recently.
And those blows could impact th
rematch is held in a court of law as is
The proposed 117,000-square-foot
Super Center at 630 Atlantic Boul
denied by a 4-1 council vote after court
the project "fails to meet level of ser
Comp Plan" and fails "to meet mass ar
the citA code. Councilor Eric Pardee ca
yes vote Also the project was denied be
not possible for the proposed develop
with reasonable modification, to meet I
ment" of the city code.


Wal-Mart.


3 has The meeting held at Fletcher High School to
accommodate the large crowd of over 100 resi,
ncy dents who attended seemed more like practice
for an upcoming court battle than a small-town
is council meeting, according to some observers.
Imits Neptune Beach City Manager lim Jarboe was
sworn in and then grilled by Wal-Mart attorney
Karl Sanders on why several recent commercial
projects in Neptune Beach were not required to
meet the same city codes for concurrency that the
:O'd a pro- council ultimately used to deny the Wal-Mart
y, but the project.
)me heavy Jarboe had no answers for Sanders. He only kept
city has not saying that "the reason [Wal-Mart is being asked
new com- to meet concurrency] is that your store is the
largest store [proposed in the city] in 20 years."
e city if a Jarboe told Sanders that the city's concurrency
s expected. requirements kick in when any new business tears
\Wal-Mart down an existing building to construct a new one
evard was or expands upon an existing building. Also, Jarboe
ncilors said said the city requires a new business to provide
vice of the the city with a traffic impact study if the new
nd bulk" of .development is expected to generate at least 50
ast the sole peak p.m. trips and at least 500 total trips daily to
*cause "it is determine if it meets the city's concurrency
ment, even requirements.


the require-


See \VAL-N ART, A-6


Photo by JEFFREY MINTON
Citizens listen during a public hearing on whether to permit Wal-Mart in Neptune Beach.
Councilors voted 4-1 to deny Wal-Mart a permit.


Commission adopts tougher



limits on some AB home sizes


Photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Fred Hofmann is the big win-
ner at a recent poker game
held at the Neptune Beach
senior activity center. The
Wednesday games from 1 to 4
p.m. are for fun, so his pile of
chips did not get cashed in.
The center is located at 2004
lore-t Ave. and mav be
reached bv calling 270-1688

Mayport Road
medians, bldg.
permits topic
of AB meets
FROA STAFF
A public meeutng will be held
Monday' to discuss plans for
medians to be installed along
Mavport Road.
The public meeting will be
held at 6 p.m at the Atlantic
Beach Commission Chambers.
City Manager lim Hanson
said there have been a few
changes in the original plans. He
noted that owners of businesses
along the ioad are usually the
most interested.
e TIhe medians are slated for
finstallaticr in 2007 and are
being done to beautify the road-
way and improve safety,, accord-
ing to plans "
On Friday, area builders, archi-
tects and others interested in
development will meet at City
Hall to discuss building permit
issuance in the city.
Complaints about the time
required to secure a building.
permits have prompted the city
to hold the meeting, Hanson
said.
While the city is looking for a
building inspector; there have
been some delays, he said, as
more information is being col-
lected than used to be required.


by KATHLIe.:BArLE
EDITOR
Forty-five rriinutes before the
City Commission meeting even
began Monday night, some of
the citizens gathered at Atlantic
Beach City Hall were already dis-
cussing how to recall elected
officials.
The rancor that triggered the
recall talk was evident during a
lengthy -and spirited- public
hearing on new land develop-
ment guidelines that limit the
size of new homes in the Old
Atlantic Beach neighborhood.
After the commission voted 4-
1 to adopt new limits on home
sizes in the Old Atlantic Beach
area, opponents of the measure
continued to talk outside com-
mission chambers about voter
initiatives, recalls and possible
legal action against the city to
block the measure.
During the hearing, propo-
nents of the new limits said the
limits will preserve community
character and, as supporter
David Harvey said, "protect the
city's beauty and quality." Other
supporters said the fight against
the ordinance is "fraught with
fear tactics" and suggested the
law be expanded to include the
entire community.
Opponents, who outnum-
bered supporters speaking at the
meeting, said the new law will


strip away-property rights and
said the majority of the commu-
nity opposes the limits.
After the hearing,
Commissioner Mike Borno,
who cast the sole vote against
the ordinance, made a motion
to put the new limits on a refer-
endum for voters to decide, but
his motion died for lack of a sec-
ond.
Another motion by Mayor
Don Wolfson to amend the
ordinance to allow a floor area
ratio iFARi of .60 instead of the
.54 stipulated in the ordinance
gained a second, but ultimately
failed. Wolfson, who voted
against the ordinance on first
reading two weeks ago because
of the FAR limits, pled for com-
missioners to consider the more
lenient FAR, noting that Beverly
Hills and other communities are
using a .60 FAR standard.
A .54 FAR essentially means
the total counted square footage
of the structure can be no
greater than 54 percent of the
lot. For example, that FAR
would allow a home of roughly
3,510 square feet on a 6,500-
square-foot lot and up to a 500-
square-foot attached garage,
bringing the total size of the
heated and cooled area plus
garage to 4,010 square feet
See AB HOMES, A-6


Photo ry STAFF
Some of the approximately 150 Atlantic Beach residents who
came for a public hearing wait their turns to speak to the city
commission.


JB opens

qualifying

on Sept. 18
FROM STAFF
A political newcomer will
automatically join the
Jacksonville Beach. City.
Council if no one else enters
the race before the Sept. 22
qualifying deadline.
Peter "Pete" Mittleman, a
retired major with the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, is
the sole contender m the non-
partisan race for Seat 5.
Three people have been in
the running for the seat.
Former councilman Rick
Shore withdrew Aug. 2 citing
conflicts with "personal com-
mitments and responsibili-
ties."
Henrietta "Hank" Watson, a
self-employed certified public
accountant, also dropped out
of the race Aug. 31 because
she said ongoing health prob-
lems would stop her from
effectively representing the
district at the city's south end.
Seat 5 is currently held by
Dick Matthews who is not
seeking re-election. Scott
Chesnut, Steve Hartkemeyer
and Ronald "Skip" Smith are
seeking Seat 4, currently held
by Martha Ann Sibley. Also up
for election is termed-out
Linda Spence's Seat 6, and
Bennie Furlong and Tom
Taylor are seeking election.
Qualifying begins at noon
Sept. 18 and ends noon Sept.
22. Candidates must file with
the City Clerk's office to be
on the Nov. 7 ballot.


October opening ofAfrican-American museum put off

5 years after move, museum not ready


by LIZA MITCHELL
,TAFF WRITER
Plans to open a museum preserving African
American history in a former school house for
black students at the Beaches will not happen
next month as planned.
Marjorie Holloway, who heads the. building
committee for the Rhoda L. Martin Cultural
Heritage Museum, Tuesday said the opening was
delayed because the project contractor did not
complete the work required to get the original
four-room school house and adjacent annex up to
current building code.
"It is 85 percent done," Holloway said. "The
annex interior is finished but we still have to do
the wiring and hurricane proof the windows.
We're just delayed a little bit."
Helloway said contractors pulled out of the


project because they "decided to do something
else."
"It was a business decision. It's fine. We have no
animosity," she said. "We are very positive and are
moving forward."
Representatives at the contracting firm were not
available Tuesday for comment.
The preservation committee is working to select
a new contractor to finish the job but is having
trouble competing with higher paying jobs to
rebuild areas along the Gulf Coast ravaged last
year by Hurricane Katnna.
"Our job is considered very minimal. What
they are getting from us is chicken feed [compared
to larger jobs]. It's hard to find a reputable firm,"
Holloway said. "But we are preceding with that."
See MUSEUM, A-6


Photo by UZA MrrCHEU.
The opening of the Rhoda L. Martin Cultural Heritage Museum
at 4th Street and 4th Avenue North in Jacksonville Beach is
postponed indefinitely to allow the preservation committee to
secure a new contractor. Renovations are about 85 percent
complete.


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Beaches friend sought
Beaches Watch is soliciting
nominations for its annual
"Friend of the Beaches" award
that recognizes individuals or
businesses for extraordinary
contributions to the preserva-
"tion of quality of life at the
beaches. Nominations should
be received by Sept. 22 and
should include nominator
name and contact information,
name of nominee and reasons
for nomination. Send homina-'
tions to,
info@beacheswatch.com or
mail to P.O. Box 50311,
Jacksonville Beach, FL ,3224Q.
For more' inforimaticUi.aQg.;
Beaches Watch, visit
www.beacheswatch.com.

Career tips offered
Christ Episcopal Church is
offering a free, full-day Career
Transition Workshop on Sept.
16 at the San Pablo campus of
the church, located at 2002 San
Pablo Road. It is being offered
as a public service free of charge.
Organizers said their goal is to
prepare those in the Beaches
community who are unem-
ployed, under-employed or
unhappily employed for a suc-
cessful job search process. Anne
Bridgers, new Vicar of the San
Pablo campus of Christ
Episcopal Church, will host the
workshop from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The workshop will be conduct-'
ed by human resource, execu-.
tive search and corporate execu-
tives who will help prepare par-
ticipants for the entire job.
search process. This includes
'self-assessment, designing a.
resume, developing search
strategies and tactics, identify-
ing targets, networking, initer-
viewing, negotiating compensa-
tion, and more. Register by e-
mailing Charlie Hoskins at
crhbeach@comcast.net or call-
ing 285-0525.

Learn leadership
A Dynamics in Leadership
seminar will be held on
Thursday, Sept. 21 at 5:30 p.m.
and again on Friday, Sept. 22 at
8 a.m. at the Wingate Inn on JT
Butler Boulevard and Hodges
Boulevard. The seminar is free


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why managers fail, arid how
individuals and companies can
prepare for' the challenges of
tomorrow. For 'more informa-
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(904) 221-6385 or email dth-
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purpose' of this ,seminar is to
increase, awareness of the
importance of leadership and to
.provide individuals and busi-
ness owners the opportunity to
network.

,Boaters can light up:
ioateis can take part in ti ,e
22nd. annual facks6nville Light
Parade on Saturday, Nov.25 at 7
p.m. on the downtown river-
front. Boaters decorate and
light their vessels from bow to
stem to compete in the area's
largest lighted boat parade.
Immediately following the
parade, the city illuminates the
sky with a fireworks displays
from the downtown riverfront.
The parade is limited to 100 ves-
sels. Captains and crews partic-
ipating in any of the competi-
tive categories can win fabulous'
prizes and celebrate their efforts
Sat the post-event Captains'
Party. The deadline for entry is:
Monday, Nov. 20. For informa-
tion about registering, contact
the Office of Special Events at,
(904). 630-3690 or visit
www.coj.net 'and click on Light'
Parade.
Camp Out set
The City of Atlantic Beach
will hold its 2006 Fun
Day/Camp Out Under, the Stars
of Oct. 7. 'All activities begin at'
11 a.m. with check- In and tent
set up at Jack Russell Park, 800
Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach.
Cost is $10.00 per camp site.
Activities will include, obstacle
course, bounce house, face
painting, balloon sculpting,
pony rides, Hug-n-Farm, lMike
Rossi with Wild Wonders, story-
telling, a jIggling show and
workshops. There, will also be-
performance by local acoustic
musicians, Polly B Dance
Studio, The Working W -rrior
Program, arid the Disconnected
K9's. All activities, are tree.


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Reservations can be made at
Adele Grage Community
Center
716 Ocean Blvd., from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.. weekdays. Call ,247-
5828 for more information.

Family Day planned
To help raise' awareness for
Project' SOS's "Walk to;
Strengthen Families," Mayor,
John Peyton will issue a procla-
mation on Sept. 12 declaring
Sept. 16 "Strengthening Farmly
Day" in Jacksonville.
The "Walk to Strengthen
Families" is an all-day event
being held at the JacksoXville
%Beach Pavilion starting af 10
a:r, and' culminatihgr Witha",
one hour concert by nationally
renowned singing artist, Nikki
Leonti.
For registered walkers there
will-be gifts, t-shirts, games and
lunch provided. Walkers may
also register the day of the event
.for $20. The walk will be one
mile along the beach.
Project SOS, (Strengthening
Our Students) is a non-profit
organization. committed to
assisting youth to make "Best
Choices" in choosing to refrain
from pre-marital sex, drugs,
alcohol, abusive relationships"
and suicide. Project SOS also
provides parents with educa-
tional materials and resources to
help reduce high risk behaviors.
For further information, con-,
tact Project SOS at 904-279-
0870 or www.projectsos.com.
Paws Park hosts program
* Jacksonville Beach Paws Park
users will be gathering at Paws
Park on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006
at 5pm to thank"Jacksonville; \
Councilman Art Graham for the.
Paws Park improvements that
were donated by the City of
Jacksonmille.
After attending the Paws Park,
Grand Opening May 1, 2005,,
Graham asked if there was any-
thing the park needed that the
City 'of Jacksonville'. could
donate to the park. When he
was told that shade shelters for
bdth the large dog area and the
small dog ,area and permanent
fencing for the small dog area
were ,,needed, Graham began
work, said Sandy 'Golding,


founder of Beaches Watch. The
improvements are valued about
$ 15,000 and the Paws Park users
are so thankful to have these
great additions- to Paws Park,
she said. ': .
On Saturday at 5 p.m.-
Graham will be thanked for the
additions to Paws Park and the-
public is invited. The presenta-
tion will take place on the side-
walk'between the small dog area
and the large dog area.
Library summit opens
A group from the Neptune
Beach branch library will partic-
ipate in the Jacksonville Mayor's
,Library 6ummittOda.w'FTe pro-
,gramn mst fromnia l9aL.hn-pirn.
at the Main Library downtown.
Speakers from libraries across'
the country will share informa-
tion about what their libraries
are doing. Summit participants
will then work in small groups
to suggest activities for the
Jacksonville Public Library,
according to Wendy Warner,
president of the Friends of the
Beaches Branch of the'
Jacksonville Public Library.
Planet equality debated
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What makes a planet a planet?


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What is dark matter, and why
does it matter? Where on Earth
is there a family-friendly way to
learn about what goes on in the
night sky and -iew it through a
telescope, or even binoculars?
These and many other ques-
tions will be addressed in a free
talk by professional astronomer
Mike D. Reynolds, Ph.D., at
Florida Community College's
Kent Campus, (Room D-120),
Sept. 22, at 7:30 p.m.
As part of Reynolds' presenta-
tion, budding and experienced
astronomers will have access to
telescopes for viewing (weather
permitting) provided by the
members of the Northeast
.lorida.,-Astronomica.' .Society.
The presentation is open to the
public. Binoculars and tele-
scopes are welcome.
A former Fletcher High
School science teacher,
Reynolds is FCCJ associate dean
of Mathematics and Natural
Sciences and professor of
Astronomy, professional
astronomer, former state
teacher of the year. He was a
national finalist in the NASA
Teacher-in-Space program and
executive director Emeritus of
the Chabot Space and Science
Center in Oakland, CA.


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ATLANTIC BEACH
A vehicle's window was
reported shattered Sept. 1 in the
300 block of Sth Street.
The front door to a residence
was reported kickedin Sept. 1 in
the 100 block of Poinsettia
Street.
A simple assault was reported
Sept. 1 in the 100 block of
Saratoga Circle.
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A simple assault was reported
Sept. .3 in the 500 block of
Aquatic Drive.
A vehicle was reported bur-
glarized Sept. 4 at the 18th
Street Beach Beach access.
A simple assault was reported
Sept. 4 in the 1300 block of Rose
Street.
A vehicle was reported bur-
glarized Sept. 5 while parked at
Dutton Island Preserve.
A check fraud was reported at
a business Sept. 6 in the 900
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
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Stirling Innes Worden, 54, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested and
charged with burglary Sept. 6 in
the 800 block of Seminole Road,
according to a police report.
Someone reported that a win-
dow at a residence was shot with
a BB gun Sept. 3 in the 200
block of 15th Street.
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A bank fraud was reported
Sept. 2 in- the'400 block of Main
Street.
An.. Atlantic Beach man
reported Sept. 2 that someone
drove by his residence in the
1900 block of Francis Street and
fired approximately 6 gun shots,
according to a police report. The
man said that several of his fam-
ily members and friends were
on the front porch, when the
shots occurred. No one was
injured in the incident. Police
could find no evidence of a
shooting and patrol efforts have
been suspended.
: NEPTUNE BEACH
A burglary to a vehicle was
reported .Sept. 11 in the 500
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
SAn identification fraud .was
reported Sept. 10.in the 1600
block of Leeward Lan.
0 'd'mITr'"
S..A dohme ticf batteryl-'was
reported Sept., 11 in the 1700
block of Leeward lane.
O* .O. ,
Oshea Leon- Prentice, 27, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested and
charged with possession of crack
and possession of a controlled
substance Sept. 11 in the 2000
block of First Street, according
to a police report.
A burglary to a vehicle was
reported Sept. 9 in the 1200
block of Strand Street. ,
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A burglary to a vehicle was
reported Sept. 9 in the 1300
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
A burglary to a utility trailer
was reported Sept. 9 in the 200
block of Midway Drive.
A vehicle was reported stolen
Sept. 9 in the 300 block of
Atlantic Boulevard. ,The vehicle
was later recovered.'
A burglary to a residence was
reported Sept. 4 in the 500 block
of Bowles Street.
A burglary to a business was
reported Sept. 6 in the 1900
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
A .55-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested Saturday after-
noon when police found him
passed out outside Neptune
Beach City Hall with a hand
gun, according to a police
report. A witness was walking
with his daughter along First
Street around 1:16 p.m. when
he saw the suspect with the gun
in his hand and called police.
The suspect was -arrested with-
out incident and charged with
improper exhibition of a
firearm.
A 23-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested Sunday after
he admitted to committing
roughly 25 auto burglaries that
same day with another man in
the area of Hagler Drive, accord-


ing to a police report. And
police said that many of the bur-
glaries are yet to be reported'
William Chandler Thompson,
23, of Jacksonville was arrested
and charged with burglary, pos-
session of burglary tools and
criminal mischief, according to
a police report. He was also
charged on a warrant for dealing
in stolen property, according to
the report.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Sexual battery was reported
Sept. 6 in the 100 block of 6th
Ave. N.


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An armed robbery was report-
* ed Sept. 6 in the parking lot of a
shopping center in the 2000
block of 3rd St. S. A 20-year man
told police that he was robbed at
i gunpoint by an unknown man
while standing. near his car.
When the victim, said he had no
money, the suspect took his
F $200cell phone.
S *
An attempted burglary was
reported Sept. 6 at a residence in
I the 400 block of 9th Ave. S.
Indecent exposure was report-
ed Sept. 6 in the 3500 block of
* Beach Proper S. A Jacksonville
woman told police that an
unknown man approached her
from behind and began mastur-
I bating. The suspect fled on foot
toward Ocean Drive South
Fereidoun Khaliian, 34, of
Altamonte Springs, was arrested
: Sept. 5 and charged with battery'
on a law enforcement officer in
the 100 block of 3rd Street
t North, according to a police,
report. Khalilian, the owner of
Club Paris at The Jacksonville
Landing, was yelling and cau's-
S'ing a disturbance at The Ritz
. and refused to pay his tab,.
x police reported. Management
asked him to leave the premises
but -he continued to curse at
employees and threw his, credit.
card receipt at the manager,
police said. He grabbed an Offi-
) cer's arm and demanded twice
that the officer stand and listen
to him, police said.
Aggravated battery,, wias
reported Sept. 5 in the 200 block'
of Boardwalk North. An emer-
agency room security officer
called police regarding a stab-
.bing victim that entered the,
hospital. The victim told police
that he walked out of a club
onto 'the boardwalk around:
midnight and was tapped on,
the shoulder by: an, unknown
male. When he turned around,,
the man stabbed him in the
chest with a knife. The victim
got in his car and drove home
and asked his roommate to take
him to the hospital, police
reported.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A $5,000 computer was stolen
some time between Aug. 31 aind
Tuesday, from Tires Plus,: .220
Valley Circle, Ponte Vedra
Beach. .
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.6A steCtutalatTire octrterTeith '
etoabmilarivattai695 .AI>A .,n
Ponte Vedra Monday night.
Firefighters were able to extin-
guish the fire, which started in a
storage unit next to the condo-
minium and damaged an
adjoining wall. The cause of the
fire was not listed in the police
report.
An unlocked vehicle was bro-'
ken into Sunday night at 101
Sandcastle Lane. Nothing wasL
reported stolen.
A 1996 GMC Suburban was
stolen from a Roscoe Boulevard
man Friday when he allowed a
friend to borrow it, according to
a police report.
A vehicle was vandalized
Tuesday night while parked in'


the driveway at 412 W. .... .
Silverthon Lane, off of Palm .
Valley Road near Nease High
School. Two tires were slashed.
and there were scratches along .
the left side of the SUW accord- .
ing to a police report. While .
responding to the vandalism, -,, *.
deputies also arrested the
owner's son for possession of
coc aine drug paraphernalia and r, ., .. n T i
violations of probation, accord-
ing to another police report.j- b s vsts, .. rm .
A vehicle parked at, an apart-
ment complex off Ponte Vedra .
Lakes. Boulevard -was burglar- S
ozed Monday e eight. About $390






te onigh t Pot o f
worth of property was stolen, "------
including a car DVD player, a
car seat and several DVDs. I" a "

Legalnt documents including .
birth certificates and a Social ,
Security card were stolen from.a
safe in an apartment off of e i
Ponte VedramLakes Boulevard.
e.g
m ent, including as stoable saw and -" '"
a cordless igsaw, was sto len ove r.i o
the weekend from the construc- ...., ...
tion site of a home in, the. "-.
Montura Subdivis tion in Pote en

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so u th D eputir aofulance C l eao innnrI
P fromasan -d 9ara Road, just as fellond membersdof0GirlmScoutadfette Troop580oI-k on. They are Margaret Egeln, Gabrielle
south. of Canal Boulevar d in Garrard, Kelly Morrill,Dana Ratcliffe and Samantha Richard. Thegirlsorganized the service and
sathownleywr the v le a d Were joined by several visitors, among themfivefirefightdrsfrom nearby Station 10.
Theaowner of the vehicle and
a witness said they saw a green D uties s 5 o .
Ford pick, up truck enter the
neighborhood with two white' Cart crass h injurestmeni a mD" C
Sales inside, according to the" .ure w he ws t'h.' .
report. Both said they saw the Two people were Injuecone Law Offices of
green truck following the leep criticalIl, early Saturday morm- .. .
ut o the neig washborhood n-ain g when a golfcart clashed on M al lm Anthony, .P A
utes later, the report said. the i8th hole of the TPC allev
A ea Dr e Course in Ponte Vedra Beach.we "a. *. 2 4A (2l9)
Praweenha di, 39,efiPo ante I Deputies and rescue personnel
Vedra Beach was arrested and in report of the crash. con Traffs ic Cases
charged with burglar to a Th driver of e golf cart D mestic Violence
dweling and ossession of. less Richarde Stines, 51, of. Ponte Dr i Ci
than 20 grams of cannabis, Vedra sustained life-threatening 0'Drug Cases
Saturday' afternoon,, according injuries when he was thrown ... Juvenile Law
police. rom the cart and ,hit the con-
Ao14ex on eld Pote V crete'cart path, deputies said. 4" Sex Offenses
A burglary was reported toan Stines and one passenger,
apartment in the 200 blockof' Nichole Sargent,, 19,.,also .ofV

between Friday evening and by ar ambulance to Shands Former Poseutor-Dueal and misdemeanors
Saturday morning., Reported Jacksonille hospital. Stones ohns Coun
stolen e three laptop com reminedin critical condition Lifelong Beaches Resident
puters, two Ipods, 'a 'Nintendo 'TUesday.Sargefit was released,,
64 gam system, aKodakdigital Sunday Deputies said two other "Stay out of rouble.. but if you don't,












Sep. Dane e sept. 6. Reported o r "
cameraeanda CD stereo.- Tdtal passengers, Johln Messner, 25, call mea" .
value stolenwas $6,300... and. William Conway, 26, both '4 Sawgrass Village, Suite 2301, Ponte Wdka Beach'
Sa ofnthe 100 blockwof Putter's Way,
A 14-year old Ponte Vedra were not injured. Deputies said. e285o4LAW:(4529)
Beach boy ws, changed ith alcoholisbeleved tohave con- Credit Cards Accepted alcolmnhon:com
burglary to o vhie. Thii I-sda4 tiute th .rasn.
.evenin_'-after.-adeputy.respond- ':,,, "id 'l r v'Z'[ 'i:' r,'."/ .. ..' "
ed to. a report of a juvenile try-
ing door handles as" he went
from car to car at an, apartment
complex on Fairfield Boulevard,
boy on a bike, who admitted toa
.burglary'of a car belonging to a,
58-year old L'Atrium, Circlee
woman;, poice reported.', -, `
Al complaint affidavit for, a.--.t.
Charge of car burglary was $40b
: signed against the juvenile, who,
was released to a parent.

A theft was reported to a con- to ENROLL
struction site in the first block of (Regularly $149)
Montura Road in Ponte \.edixa
Beach that occurred between
Sept. '5 and Sept. 6., Reported *,. Call 904-220-1592 for a FREE
stoleniwere three pre-hung inte- 1-day pass and club tour.
prior doors valued at $1,500. :..


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Letters to the editor:

Affordable housing impossible


To the editor:
It has become impossible to
offer affordable housing at the
beach. We purchased a small
home in Atlantic Beach in
1983 for $47,000. For 17 years
we have rented it. to the same
family, who pay $600 per
month. We have now been
sent a notice from the city that
our taxes will go up $2,000 per
year to over 55,000. The
assessment has almost doubled
.in one year, even though we
have niade no improvements,


so the fact that the city is not
increasing,the tax rate is mean-
ingless.
We had invested in this
house 20 years ago, with the
hope that it would provide us
some income for our retire-
ment years. .Now we are being
forced to 'sell it, against our
wishes and those. of the ten-
ants. There must be a better,
way .
Robert P. Warren
Retired


To the editor:
It's not my normal inclina-
tion to leap the bounds of
civility and engage in literary
personal attacks, but after read-
ing Jeff Minton's 09-08-06 arti-
cle, I will drop my standards to.
a lower level, realizing I'm'in'
good company on this issue.
Now it seems Mr. Pardee, for-
getting he's an elected servant,
has added a. new twist. He has
stepped sprightly into the
game'of inciting a Turf Battle.
Knowing that he .doesn't
seem to get.it in regards to the
various aspects of citizens not,
wanting a Super Wal-Mart, I'll
avoid that topic. But, now it


Fabric of AB ha

To the editor:
Tonight, Monday, at the City
council meeting it was
revealed by one of their own
spokesmen that the political
action group "Save Atlantic
Beach" has been under the.
direction of a paid downtown
consultant.
By their well coordinated
and aggressive tactics this was,
sUspected. The' proponents 6f
thie ordinance hav'e ridV been. c
We do not have a web site to.
dispense propaganda, nor do'
we have an extensive email
network to illicit action on a.
moments notice (like .nile
people calling City Hall 'to
complain when someone puts
up a sign contrary to their
signs. We don't have people
roaming around outside coun-
cil chambers drumming up
people to speak on behalf of
our agenda.
We did not have a, large war
chest; tee shirts, buttons, signs,
electronic petitions, postcard
"ballots", or angry speakers. We
did not vilify, insult, denigrate,


To the editor:
I felt your article regarding
the lewd customer at, the mas-
sage establishment was well
written, I feel also, that it will
help bring awareness to the
public that massage therapy is
conducted in a professional,
ethical manner.
However, as a profession, we


Kathleen Feindi Bailey
Editor, The BeachesLeader
Thomas Wood,
President and Publisher


Editorial
Chuck Adams
Robert DeAngelo
Rex Edmondson
Bob Fernee
Laura Fowler
Alice Gartland
John Hardebeck
Jennifer Knoechel
Kristin MacCaull
Jeffrey Minton
Liza Mitchell
Kathy Nicoletti
Hal Newsome
Wimpy Suitton
Ann Von Thron
Roger Walker
Johnny Woodhouse

'Composition
Amy Bolin,
Pat Dube
Bernice Harris
Ted Lamb


appears, he could not compre-
hend the goodwill gesture of
AB's mayor and commission
and has now slapped them in
the face for their efforts.
XT-4_. ----A,--* +- 4-0- 1 _


are no longer referred
masseuse or masseuser
Licensed Massage Ther
stated in the State of
Department of Health,
Therapy Laws and Regu
Again, thank you for
the article.
Gwen Colli


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Electric bill is shocking


NIot. intending to ru er .
engage in a battle of written, Ts red an electrical shock when we need it?"
wit can only say I am recently That happened Of course, turning off the
ashamed of his actions and as a when I.receivedmy power in a residence might
citizen of NB apologize to AB ugust 14, '2006, electricity cause even more trouble,
for his unnecessary and cruel 1.bill. I w as-OUCH-- especially for some married
condemnation of our sister' '$247.85, y biggest ever I couples. With no IX' to watch,
city. believe. Lhad rung up 2011 ''."-' they'd be so bored, they
His words most certainly are kilowatt hours. The trend is might have to talk to' each
of his own speaking and not becoming almost bad'enou gh other. Fortunately, that partic-
those of us on "The Other Side to startme lighting candles. N ular problem may have a solu-.,,
Of The Street." Out. of some perverse kind of tion. I understand somebody
Michael Aston curiosity, I dug out my old has just patented a kerosene-
Neptune Beach statements.(1 don't have powered television set.
them all) and the comparison O.K., enough frivolity. The
was, well, electrifying. JOHN current rates for current have,
as been ripped Ten years back, the charge HAK Ufc HCK made me so bollixed, I'm no
s een ipped (statement of, 8/15/96) for COLUMNIST longer an electric fan. In fact,
2057. hours was. $154.31, I'mabout. t6,blow a fuse. I
boo, or "strongly criticize" almost a hundred smackers think it would be a truly patri-
members of the city council, less, This was with the same or since then and oil crises, but otic gesture for .the Navy to
We did rnot hide behind our similar, electrical appliances, that'may not.be much conso- park a couple of nuclear carrin-
children and families, 9-11, on line and only one other latioi n or old folks living on a ers at Mayport or offshore and
military service, or parents mil- extremely economical person fixed income which definitely give most of the power they
itary service as reasons to take living on the premises: my needs to be fixed. : : generate to the Beaches ener-
our side. I'm sure both sides dear; departed wife, Lucy. The kilowatts are killingg us, gy companies, so they can cut
possessed all :this in abun- That's tough enough, but I but what can we do? 'Leave our electric bills' .
dance. We did not send people could get really down in the the air conditioning off in hot After all, we helped pay for
out into neighborhoods with mouth, in the South, when I weather and do without heat the flattops, and we take very
exaggerat jnJn.hformation to ,lo whatt I paid fp.ty years .when it's frosty outside? I good care of their crew anem-,
eprage p t[e,nt, p,qti.9 la these digs.. Asf Augi'st, doii't.hihk soohi ..1 '!(1 'r s. 'Be.d's,.the big"iboats'
SI P'av dt att ahay 8, fetAb'td i655 kilo-' Win~tr ulc*ubibe theotabn'r areitviBelr,,'used .m ildh?*1ti t
Council meetings since the Sea watti hours was---are you for those. of us who donated all, in a war now.
Turtle one because it was so ready for this?---$35.35, with our. long johns to charity. Let's squeeze the govern-
distasteful. I think this is the, air conditioning, yet. Of We'd probably be complain- ment for some juice.
reason they outnumber us at course, we've had Lnflation ing, "W.here's global warming
the meetings, and maybe this
too is planned.
I. don't think Democracy is R"" .Ft t'' qf .: "
whoever can be the loudest r e e t i ,.:m. .. A. .
and most organized.
Thank you Mr. Consultant
for the irreparable damage you T oo mI Ch I 1 1 I B
have engineered to the fabric .. :
of Atlantic Beich in the
process'of 'fSaving" us ': '
T'-hd.r itn !itl f 4-th- nb" d o' da dn/ in,- neighborhood that has no side-


R i
Atlanti


ick Bell, How about the citN setting
c Beach up parking meters for the
townies to pay, instead of the
taxpayers paying for, the
avenue parking. Most of all the
ate dow-ntown parking in.
Jacksonville is PAY TO PARK.
S ,, At .the beach It Is FREE, well
'm let's make some money. We
could make some big money
d 't' from the people who come to.
d to, as our beach for the nightlife, just.
r, but as like downtown does when we
apist, as go there. [Jacksonville Beach,
Florida, City Council] get your heads


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Editor, Ponte Vedra Leader
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ouL, o esa a o lt., -,oVa. a.tuo some-,
thing on a POSITIVE THING
for the BEACH
On another issue about the
increase of' water and sewer
[the city council] didn't answer
my ?? about the storm water
utility charge my figuring'
comes to about $27 million -
where is that moriey.;And how
did I come to that figure well,
$5' x 15 years =900 x 30,000
=$27 million
Where is,. that money?
Whose pocket did that line?,
And being a taxpayer I live in a


walks. I sure would like to have
them. Do something right for
the residents who already live
here, Can you? Will you?
Probably not! [Councilors] are
only thinking for your own-
selves and not the people who,
elected.' you Silly- us, ..we
thought you were gonna do
something RIGHT FOR ONCE
Martha Ann and Dick Mathews
step up to the plate and do.
something right
Robin Dannehower
S Jacksonville Beach-


AB right to weigh in on Wal-Mart


To the editor:
Mr. Pardee you should look
at the facts before urging the
Atlantic Beach Commission to
reconsider the "hypocrisy .of'
,your resolution", '
Our Commission must pro-
tect :the egress/regress for
Atlantic Beach residents to.
Atlantic Boulevard. Seminole
Road is being used by most of
'AB residents as the main, con-
trolled intersection in our city.
Any "retail supercenter" on the
either side of Atlantic
Boulevard will create a conges-


tion at the intersection and our
residents will be paying the
price. .
fTraffic lights will has to be
changed to allow 30-40 cars to
exit from a supercenter. East
bound traffic will back-up to
Penman Road and beyond and
deadly accidents will follow.
.. 'Drive-thru restaurants, office
buildings do not have steady
traffic going in and out. I am
sure, you understand that.
Neptune .Beach residents
hardly use Atlantic Boulevard.
They go through 3rd Street,


Penman, Florida Boulevard and
Beach Boulevard.
This section of Atlantic
Boulevard is mainly used by AB
residents 'and service trucks.
Our commission and resi-
dents are riot opposed to stores
that generate acceptable traffic,
we are opposed to retail-super-
centers" wuhch generate exces-
sive traffic.
It .is time for you Councilor
Pardee to understand the issue.
Stephen A. Kuti
Atlantic Beach


Bigger is not always better


To the editor:
I first :wrote to you on April
8, 2006 expressing our feelings
and thoughts on Wal-Mart OR
any other large box store mov-
ing into Neptune Beach. We
have NOT changed our minds
abotit any aspect of this. ,'
As two of the 7,500 residents,
that, live' in Neptune Beach.
(since 1974) we are very
pleased with the small town
atmosphere. When friends
come to visit, they want to
shop in the unique stores (not
mega chain stores) that are in
Neptune Beach Town Center
and Atlantic Beach. The indi-


vidually owned shops and
restaurants are what we look
for when we travel. I have
never heard of visiting a com-
munity and looking forward to
shopping in the mega stores,
such as Wal-Mart.'
We would like to go on
record to say that we OPPOSE
having a Wal-Mart store in
Neptune Beach...ANYWHERE,
in Neptune Beach. If the pub-
lic wanted every commercial
business within walking dis-
tance, there would be more of a
need for bike racks and wider
sidewalks rather than parking
spaces. Instead, parking places


abound, and street traffic- is
becoming impossible. We do
not want our tax dollars going
to pay for additional police just
because of the troubles that
seem to follow large, cut-rate
stores.
Do the citizens of Neptune
Beach a great service and turn
away Wal-Mart, encourage
shopping in K-Mart (the ,store
that has been here since before
1974) and make it attractive for
small businesses to open in the
space that' is available.
Robert T. & Rose 0. Walker
Neptune Beach


PHIL HUDGINS
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Dr. Sam Poole described
me as the only man
who's ever run down
his hall naked. Let me set the
record straight. First, I was
not naked. It was wearing
jockey shorts, a T-shirt and a
pair of Gold Cup socks.
Second, I wasn't running. I
walked only a couple of steps
before a nurse grabbed me by
the arm and quickly escorted
me into an examination
room.
I was in my late teens when
the incident happened. A
nurse had come to the exami-
nation room, tapped on the
door and said, "Mr. Hudgins,
we need this room. Are. you
already undressed?"
"Yes, I am," I said.
"Well, that's OK," she said.
I thought she meant,
"That's OK -- come on out and
change rooms," but she really
was saying, "That's OK stay
where you. are." ..
Nobody ever claimed I was
quick to 'catch on. But Dr.
"oVole;'1 While examining' m
k n y,'nfira-me, vwhichi glowed
with blush, looked at the pos-
itive side. "
"We all can use a laugh.
occasionally;" he said.
Decades have passed, but'
Sam 'Poole reminded me of
the incident just a few weeks
ago. He was being interviewed
for a video honoring him for
his generous service to Good
News Clinics in Gainesville,
Ga., where he volunteered as
medical director for about a
dozen years after retiring from
his practice.
Good News is the largest
.free medical clinic in Georgia,
and Sam was there doctoring
folks most every day. It was
the best part of his career, he
said.,
"I never let: myself feel
rushed down, here," he said,
referring to the free clinics.
"Down here was to enjoy."'
He enjoyed "taking care of
people without the worry of
managed care, Medicare,, gov-'
ernment interference, insur-
ance companies telling you
what you can and can't do.?'
This, he said, was pure medi-
cine. And his patients loved
the guy.
Frankly, I don't recall Sam
Poole ever being rushed, even
as a paid doctor. He looked
after all of the Hudgins clan
and never seemed to worry
that he might be running
behind. His patients were his
friends he 'said that often -
and you don't rush your
friends.
At Good'News, Samnconsid-
ered himself "just a volun-
teer" and shunned any 'special
recognition. But he finally
agreed to show up for a ban-
quet honoring him for his
service. About 700 people
turned out Aug. 10 to hear
that the medical part of Good
News would be named for
Sam at the request of some-
one who donated $1 million
anonymously.
'Thirty minutes after the
banquet ended, Sam Poole,
weak and shaky, a portable
oxygen machine by his-side,
was still greeting his friends.
He didn't want them to feel
rushed.
On Friday, Sept. 8, hun-
dreds of people gathered
again to say nice things about
Samuel Outler Poole. He died
Sept. 6.
He was a doctor's doctor, a
fellow physician said. Yes, he
was. Better yet, he was a
patient's friend. And my
frierid.






'The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader Page 5A


September 13,' 2006


OBITUARIES
. : ,, .,' '. .. .


Anne McJunkin Briber


James R. "J. R." Phillips


Anne McJunkin
Briber, 84, died Sept. 8,
2006. Briber, born March
'. 31, 1922 in Charleston,
W.Va., lived- in
Milwaukee, Wis., until
she relocated to Amelia
Island in 1982 and then
K t', to Cypress Village in
Jacksonville in 1997. In
f Milwaukee she was
active in the Junior,
League and, during her
later years, was a Docent for the Amelia Island
Museum of History. '
Briber was senior class president at her alma
mater, Sweetbriar. College in Lynchburg, Va.


Briber's talent and love for the arts was evi-
dent in her paintings, decoupage, models, silk
screening and, most recently, her carvings,
according to family. She also enjoyed a good
game of golf.
A member of Palms Presbyterian Church of
Jacksonville Beach, Briber is survived by her hus-,
band of 61 years, Frank; daughter, Anne S. Briber
of Washington, D.C.; son, Frank E. Briber III of
Fryeburg, Maine, and grandchildren, Rebecca
and Brittain Briber, both of Boston, Mass.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.
Thursday at Palms Presbyterian Church. Those
attending the service are asked to honor Briber's -
memory by wearing colorful attire.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to
the donor's choice. Services under the care and
nidninii- r -k. A^ l n r? l 1Rr%ni '


After college, she was in Miutaryv Intelligence at .uiectiorULuoQuiL nn-L U aiz .uneraluoiui:.
the Pentagon for a.year.

Ronald Gene Corson

Ronald Gene Corson, 65, died Sept. 5, 2006,at, William Corson; brother, Clarence Corson; four
his home in Atlantic Beach. Born in Hamilton, sisters, Joanne Hogeback, Gloria P. McCraight,
Ohio on March 6, 1941,'Corson served in the Linda G. Penrod and Patricia S. Francis; eight
U.S. Army for three years. grandchildren; one great-grandchild; several
Corson moved with his family in 1975 to Ft. nieces and nephews; as well as other family and
Meade, Fla., where he lived for 26 years. He friends.
moved to Boulder City, Nev., for five years, then A memorial service will be held for Corson and
to Atlantic Beach. Judy, his late wife, in the fall in Ft. Meade, Fla.
Corson is survived by his mother, Ruth E. Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Corson; three sons, Ronnie, Christopher and Home..

James A. Fowler

. James A..Fowler of Tucson, Ariz, died Sept. Graveside services were held Sept, 8 at the
1, 2006. National Memorial Cemetery of .Arizona,
Fowler is survived by his wife, Kristie A. Phoenix, Ariz.
Fowler; three children, Merri Davidson, Mark Contributions may be made to the'
Fowler and Melynda Fowler; four grandchil- American Cancer Society.
dren; brother, David Fowler, and sister, Jean .Arrangements by Abbey Funeral Chapel,
Stafford. :.' Tucson, Ariz.. .

Daniel Arthur Hazlett

Daniel Arthur Hazlett, Adventures." He was a mentor of fishing, diving
58, died Sept. 10, 2006 at and hunting..
his residence. He is survived by his-wife of 35 years, Karen
Hazlett served in' the' Jones Hazlett; daughter, Kathryn Hazlett
United States Navy as a; Simpson and son-in-law, Sean, of Orlando; son,:
Signalman and was sta- Christopher Hazlett; grandchildren, Alyssa and
tioned in Mayport for Lindsey Simpson; brothers, Ronald and Timmy
four years. He was'also a Hazlett of Rayne, La.; sisters, Karen Cormier,
science teacher with the Cynthia Hazlett, Bonnie Demette, Deborah
Duval County School _Hazlett of Rayne, La., Pam Miller of Belle Chase,
Board for 30 years and a La., and Angela Stutes 'of Millington, Tenn. He
member of the Duval was predeceased by his parents, Charles E. 'and
Teachers United. Hazlett Bernice M. Hazlett and his brother, Michael L,
taught at Beailah Beal, Elementary, Brookview Hazlett.
Elementary, Landmark fiddle ,and Oceanway: A memorial service will be held at"6 p.m. today,
Middle School. Wednesday, inthe chapel.of Quhin-Shalz Funeral
Hazlett also was a member of, Reef Sounders, Home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
the Jacksonville Offshore Sport Fishing Club and to J.M.I. (Jacksonville Marine Institute), 13375
the Six Ppints Hunting Club in Georgia. He Beach Blvd., Jacksonville 32246.
attended Santa Fe. Commrunity College. in MernQrialservice attendees are asked to dress
Gainesville,, graduated:from, he University of *in Ji.jmnny. 3uBfett" style to honor ,Hazlett's
North, Florida.nm 1975;withba.lB.S. inr.Educationm requestt.Services under thedirectionof, Quinn-
and was working toward his M.S. in Education. Shalz Funeral Home.
Hazlett owned his own dive shop, "Scuba Cove '


Dorothy S. "Dottie" Perkner

'" BtersKatie and AUllison; daughter Sharon, her hus-
Dorothy S. "Dottie" band Bob and sons Grady, Spencer and Emmitt;
Perkner, 71, died Sept. 9, her sister, Peg Ingram of Rutherfordton, N.C.;
2006 after a year-long brother-in-law, Dr. Ralph Perkner of Broomall,
battle with lung cancer. Pa., and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
She was born October A service will be held at 10 a.m. Sept. 30 at
23, 1934 in Wilmingfon, McCreary Funeral Home,. 3924 Concord Pike,
Del., the daughter of the Wilmington, Del.. She will be buried with her
late Ernest L. arid parents at Grace Episcopal Church, ,4900
Margaret P.Smith. Concord Pike, Wilmington.
So.', Perkner'was known for In lieu of flowers, the family requests that con-
her generosity, kindness tributions be made to Community Hospice of
and always giving and 'Northeast Florida, 4114 Sunbeam. Road, Suite
doing for others, according to family. She had an 101, Jacksoriville, Fla., 32257.
abiding love for her children and grandchildren. Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz
Perkner is survived by her husband of 50-plus Funeral Home.
years, Jack; son John, his wife Karen and daugh-




BUSINESS BRIEFS


Leader ads take awards
The Beaches Leader/Ponte
Vedra Leader won first place in
its circulation division for its
special section on The Players
Championship in the Florida
Press Association's 2006 dis-',
play advertising competition.
The newspapers won several
other awards, among them a
first place for A Special
Holiday Military Wish by Ted
Lamb and Kathy Moore and
first place for Keep and Eye
Out by Pat Dube.
Dube also won second place
awards for Custom Gold
Smyth and Swimwear
Selection as well as third place
for Join the Hunt.
Dube also shared honors
with Cathi James in a second-
place award for Feeling a
Little Prickly? The pair also
took third place for
Exceptional Senior Living.
Beach Books by Ted Lamb
and Joe Martin took an hon-
orable mention.
Also,' Joanne Jund and
Bernice Harris won first place
in best real estate classified
ad/resale, in black and white,
for Debra Frye Open House.
The awards were given Sept.
1 in Orlando.
Chamber tourney set
The 9th annual golf tourna-
ment of the Ponte Vedra
Beach Chamber of Commerce


is scheduled Sept. 29 at the
Slammer & Squire golf course
at World Golf Village in cen-
tral St. Johns County.
Registration begins at 11
a.m. and a cookout lunch will'
be served at 11:30 am.
For this year's event, which
begins with a shotgun start at
12:30 p.m., the format is a.
shamble. ensuring a challenge
and fun for all who play.
After play, the awards party
will feature an Italian buffet
and free beer and wine cour-
tesy of PRP Wines. Silent and
live auctions also are planned.
For more information on
how to become a sponsor for
the tournament or if you
would like to participate, con-
tact Ginger Lilley Peace at
285-2004 or visit www.pon-
tevedrachamber.org/events/g
o 1 f t o u Ir n a me n t
drachamber.org/events/golf-
tournament> .
The tournament is a
fundraiser for the chamber.
Tree fest signing up
Businesses and organiza-
tions are invited to register for'
the 2006 St. Johns County
Festival of Trees at World Golf
Village in central St. Johns
County.
The second-annual holiday
event, set for Dec.' 1 through
10, will showcase decorated


trees throughout the St. Johns
County Convention Center. ;
The event is free and open
to the public. Visitors vote for
their favorite trees at $1 per
vote, and trees are auctioned
off after the event, which ben-
efits two charities in St. Johns
County.
Registration deadline is Oct.
'13.
Two execs strike Gold
Gold & Associates, .a mar-
keting firm in Ponte Vedra
Beach, recently hired Kelly
Westermann as vice president.
and director of marketing and
account management.
Previously, she had market-
ing experience with accounts
such as Pfizer, Revlon, Procter
& Gamble, IBM and the U.S..
Postal Service.
Paula Larsen, director of
account management for
Gold & Associates, takes on
the role of managing director
for Central Florida, working
with clients throughout
Central and South Florida.
Larsen has managed Gold
accounts such as the PGA
Tour, Manulife Financial and
.St. Lucie County. Previously,
she worked in marketing for a
large Florida hbmebuilder as
well as Arnold Palmer
Enterprises in California.


James R. "J.R." Phillips, 74, died
Sept. 6, 2006.
Phillips is survived by his wife,
Jeanette; four sons, Frankie, Eddie,
Gil and Mike; and nine grandchil-
dren.
After spending 20 years in the
Navy, Phillips worked for Jack


Charlotte Edwardso
Thames, a resident, of
the Beaches for over
60 years, died Sept. 1.0,
2006. Born in Claxton,
Ga., she survived four
sisters and one brother
er.
Thames graduated
from t Georgia State
College for Women
and earned a certifi-
cate of Religious
Education from
Seabury, Westerfi Seminary and a master's in.
Education from the University of North
Fiorida. An educator for 25 years, she taught
in public and private schools in the Beaches
area, teaching kindergarten, primary grades,
home-bounrid high school and special educa-
tion.
Thames was an active member of Christ
Episcopal Church for more than 50 years; a
charter member of Jean Ribault Chapter
NSDAR; and, among other organizations, a
member, of Yucca, Garden Club and Women
of Christ Church.
Thames was preceded in death 'by her hus-


Grant Chevrolet and George
Moore Chevrolet for 20 years.
A 'memorial service was held
Tuesday at Adele Grage Cultural
Center, Atlantic Beach.
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


band of.56 years, Rexwood S. Thames Sr., and
their sons, Capt. Rexwood S. Thames Jr.,
USMC, and Lt. James F. Thames, USNR.
'She is survived by her daughter, 'Rozann
Thames (P. Craig) Williams of Jacksonville
'Beach; her son, David (Alice) Thames of
Phoenix, Ariz.; six grandchildren, and their
spouses: John (Maggie) Thames of Chicago;
Tara Thames (Tim) McIlrath of Phoenix;
Bradley (Manuela) Thames of Notre Dame,
Ind.; Jamey Williams of Cambridge, Mass.;
Kristin Thames of Flagstaff, Ariz.; Sarah
Williams (Jamie) Davis of St. Augustine; and
four. great-grandchildren: Aaron Davis, Maria,
and Johnny Thames, and Eric Mcllrath.
A home-going celebration will be held on
her 89th birthday, Wednesday, at 2 p.m. at
Christ Episcopal Church, Ponte Vedra Beach.
A reception will follow at the church.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
in honor of Charlotte Thames to YoupgLife,
Special Needs Ministry, 107 E Kathleen Rd,
Phoenix, Ariz., 85022; or to the Parent's
Television Council, Charlotte 'Thames
Memorial, P.O. Box 330256, Atlantic Beach
32233. Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home.
.'1"," i


James J. Quinn, Sr. :"


James J. Quinn, Sr., of Venice, Fla., son of
the late John and Margaret Quinn, died Sept.
8, 2006 in Connecticut with his family by his
side. Born July 1, 1933 in New Haven, Conn.,
he was an Army veteran.
Quinn was-predeceased by his son, James J.
Quinn Jr., and is survived by, his two daugh-
ters, Maureen Quinn of Guilford and Susan
Quinn-Kiefer of North Branford, Conn.; son-
in-law, Michael Kiefer. of North Branford,
Conn.; and grandson, James Patrick Quinn of
Wallingford. He is also survived by his four
sisters, Helen Rollins of Niantic, Mary Suraci.
of Niantic, Margaret Yeomans of Durham and
Kathleen Skinner of West Haven, Conn.; and


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'Florida. He was predeceased by his sister,
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Quinn also is survived by his friend Lenora,
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Private services .will be held at Keenan
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In lieu of flowers, donations may be made
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Wednesday,
Sept. 13
Newcomers lunch:
Newcomers of the Beaches, an
organization for women who
are new to the area, holds its
first monthly luncheon at 11
a.m. at the Casa Marina Hotel,
691 1st St. N., Jacksonville
Beach. Featured guest will be.
certified hypnotherapist Jim
Ryan. Luncheon is $20. Call
Bonnie Lynch at 904-821-9002
for more information.
Outreach program: The'
Jacksonville Women's
Connection outreach lunch-
eon will be held from11 aim.-
12:30 p.m, at the Jacksonville
,Golf and Country Club on
Hodges Boulevard. The theme
for September is "The
Finishing Touches." Speaker
will be Valerie Williams of
Brunswick, Ga., who will share
how her life was changed from


Thursday,
Sept. 14
Preschool storytime: Family.
Preschool Storytime, a 'chil-
dren's program, will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at
the Beach Eibrary. The pro-:
gram also will be held Sept. 21
and Sept. 28. The Beaches,
Library is at 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach.

GOP at Beaches: The
Republican Clib of the.
Beaches holds its regular
monthly meeting at Adele
Grage Cultural Center, 716,
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach. A
social at 6:30 p.m. pre-*
cedes the 7 p.m. meeting.
Guest speaker Rick
Richardson will speak on Fair
Tax. For information on the
meeting, call vice president Ed
Raube at 246-7979.


"Victim to Victor." The cost of .
the luncheon is $17; compli-
mentary pre-school child care
is available. .'' .
'Library children's
programs: The Beaches .-' '"." '- '', .' "
Library offers three,
children's programs: ,
Toddler Time at 10:30 I .-.' '
a.m., Mother Goose '.'.''-.y,..:
Storytime at 11 a.m.."" ''' e:.. 15
and 'Pre-School ept. 1
Storytime at 11:30'>'4 LAFRA shrimp
a.m. The Beaches, d dinner: The Ladies
Library is at 600 Thi rd Auxiliary of
St., Neptune Beach. Fleet Reserve
Association Unit
290 will hold a shrimp
'i,. .. dinner from 5 p.m. to 8
Wednesday, 'p.m. at the Branch
'..-'. H o m e,
Sept. 13 3 9 0
S, Ma port
VFW Ladies Auxiliary: The Rd., Atlantic
Ladies Auxiliary of the Greater :- "Beach. An $8
Beaches VFW Post 3270 will -,'.' 'donation will be
meet at 7 p.m. at 915 8th Ave. "'accepted, and takeout
S., 'Jacksonville Beach. orders are welcome. Call 246-
Members are encouraged to 6855 for more information.


bring a guest. For more infor-
mation, please call 249-7366.


Saturday,
Sept. 16
SOS: Project SOS
[Strengthening our Students]
.holds its second annual Walk
to Strengthen Families at the'
Jacksonville Beach .Pavilion.
Registration begins at 10 a.m,
and activities end at 2 p.m.,
Register by visiting
ProjectsSOS.comn or by calling
904-279-0870.
Beach Library: The Anime
Club, a teen program, 'meets
from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. ,at
the Beach Library. The Beaches
Library is 'at :600 Third St.,.
Neptune Beach.
Parliamentarians: First
Coast Parliamentarians
will meet at 10:15a.m.
at the Ponte Vedra'
Beach .Branch
Library, 101
Library Blvd.
The lesson
.,. will be con-
Sducted by
-. Ruby Raymer.
Visitors are wel-
come. The chapter normal-
ly meets the fourth Saturday
of the month,
.S e p t e m b e r
through May. This
meeting, the first
of a new admin-.
istration, is being held oine
week early. For more informa-
tion, call 744-9074 or .223-
1314 or e-mail
SherryCaip@aol.com.
Boating class: Coast Guard.
Auxiliary 14-4 America's
Boating Class will be held from
7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the
Captains Club, 13363 Beach
Blvd. Cost is $25. For informa-
tion phone 904-821-9692.'
Blood drive: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Greater
Beaches VFW Post 3270 will
sponsor a blood drive from 12
p.m.-5 'p.m. at 915 8th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. The ladies
will offer an Italian dinner
fromI 5s p,.m. to. 7 .p.m. for a '$7
Sdnation. Donors eat free.


Museum:

Cont. from A-1
Committee members are also awaiting word
from Atlantic Beach officials to determine if a
$25,000 funding request was approved. Holloway
said the additional monies will be used to secure
a new contractor and complete the work for final
inspection.
The Jacksonville Beach Elementary
Preservation Fund, Inc. has spent over $200,000
on the project so far and anticipates that another
$150,000'will be necessary to complete the con-
struction, treasurer Mable Bass said in May. Bass
also estimated that once the museum is open, the
organization expects to spend between $150,000
and $175,000 each year to support exhibits, com-
munity programs 'and 'cover administrative
-expenses and maintenance of the building.
N embers of the Jacksonville Beach Elementary
Preservation Fund have worked since 2001 to-
relocate the four-room school house and convert
it to a museum. The brick building was originally
called Jacksonville Beach School for the Colored..
The original building now sits at the corner of 4th
Street and 4th Avenue South awaiting comple-'
tion. .
The latest roadblock is frustrating, Holloway
said, because the group was gearing up for the
grand opening and did not expect to be met with


AB. Homes:


Cont. from, A-1
Members of the Save,
Atlantic Beach (SAB) group,
:formed by citizens opposed to
the new limits, offered a sub-
stitute ordinance that pr.o-
posed making it applicable to
all of Atlantic Beach; remov-
ing the FAR limits; and adding '
an additional five-foot setback
for the third-story of homes.
Lindley Tolbert, speaking for,
SAB, said a straw vote con-
ducted by the group had 1,541
cards returned of 9,717 sent to
registered voters in the city.
Results showed 94.3 percent
do not support the city's' pro-
posed limits and 5.7 percent'
did support.
Many supporters of the city
limits told commissioners,.
however, that they' had not.
bothered to even respond to
the straw poll as they threw it
in the garbage, consideringit a
"propaganda piece."
Peggy Nolan spoke in favor
of the ordinance, reminding
the commission it received a
voter mandate in the last elec-
tion to "balance. property
rights and community good."
Resident Althea Lachicotte
said her own straw poll, taken
informally while walking her,
dog four miles each day, made


it clear to he that most people
want "protection to make sure
people don't just build what
they want.
"WVhat we have in Atlantic
'Beach is unique and we're
about to lose it," she said, urg-
ing the commission to adopt
the ordinance.
Others urged the commis-,
sion to wait.
"I'm pleading with you to"
put this off. You need to go
ahead and look at what you're
doing when you pile drive this
over... people," resident Bob'
Harris said, speaking in oppo-
sition.
Another resident said the'
matter should be put on the
ballot for a public vote.
"If you feel you have a man-
date, why are ''ou so afraid of
a referendum?" resident Mary
Ellen Waugh said.
Brian Sexton also spoke in
opposition and said he is.
aware three seats will be com-
ing up for election in the 2007
city elections.
"Now I am angry 2007
will be a year we get out the'
shovels and dig the divide
deeper," Sexton said.
Roger Lowe, who said he is
confused by the city measure,,
suggested the matter of limit-


ing home size could be done
by property owners voluntari-
ly putting deed restrictions on
their property.
Opponent Rick Stockton
said there' are soft spots in the
ordinance and' suggested fur-
ther study could save ,tax.
money from being spent need-
lessly on lawsuits that, he said,
will likely follow approval.
Scott Parks, an attorney, said
the emotional split on the
matter is a concern.
"The passions I'm hearing
are going to spell lawsuit if it
isn't decided by a referendum,"
Parks said.
In the proposed ordinance,
Old Atlantic Beach is defined
as Ahern Street and Sturdivant
Avenue, between the beach
and Seminole Road on the
south; Seminole Road north to
11th Street on the west; llth
Street east to East Coast Drive,
and also 16 lots located on the
north side of 11th Street and
west of East Coast Drive; East
Coast Drive extending north
to its end, then along
Seminole Road to 16th Street,
and 16th Street extending east
to the beach, with the beach
as the eastern boundary of this
area.


Wal-Mart:


Cont. from A-1
But then Jarboe could not
explain, why the city recently
approved new commercial
developments or expansions
along Atlantic Boulevard such
as, the Ace Hardware, Aqua East,
a new drive-thru bank at the
site of the former Barnhills
restaurant and a new office
complex at the former Vixen's
site. All of the aforementioned
commercial developments
should have triggered one or
more of the requirements for
concurrency, according 'to
Jarboe, when pressed by
Sanders.
The former Barnhills restau-
rant,at 1425 Atlantic Boulevard
was recently demolished and a.
drive-thru bank is currently'
under, construction. Sanders
said the bank is estimated to
generate 255 p.m. peak hour
trips and over 2,000 total trips
daily.. .
But the bank' was not.
required by the city to meet
concurrency or provide a traffic
study.
"Why is that?." Sanders asked
Jarboe.
"At the time I assumed that
they did not meet the criteria
[for concurrerincy]," Jarboe
responded, admitting, when
asked, that he did examine the
criteria.
Sanders then asked sarcasti-
cally "it you had that applica-
tion today, surely you would
require a traffic study."
To which Jarboe replied
"sure." ,
Sanders Monday :contended
that the city is treating Wal-
Mart differently than other
businesses in the city because of
its notoriety among many in
the community.-something
which he says is illegal.
"This is not a popularity con-
test ..."All we're asking at the
' end of the day is to be treated
the same," Sanders said.
"This-application is exempt
from concurrency.. and it must
be approved."
Many residents in Neptune
Beach in recent months have
protested Wal-Mart coming to
the city, saying that the store
would bring too much traffic
and crime to the area and hurt
smaller, locally-owned business-
es.
But Michael Plasker, a mem-
ber of the group that owns the
parcel at 630 Atlantic
Boulevard, said Monday that
his group is attempting to
improve a dilapidated shopping


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center and the Wal-Mart would ularity.
do that. Both .Sanders and attorney
Plasker pointed out that the representing the property
proposed Wal-Mart will actually owner have indicated that they-
be smaller than the existing. would seek legal action if the
150,000 squaie-foot ',vacant project is denied.
structure which is currently on Stephen Bullock, the attorney,
the parcel. -:for the property owner, in July
He said that Wal-Mart offered wrote: Neptune Beach City
his group the best financial deal Attorney Chris White and said
of any other businesses the that his client could incur dam-
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he said that there would proba- project is denied and would
bly not be any issue with the expect to be compensated by:
parcel's development had he the city.
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any delays this late in the project.
"Just waiting is hard. We are right on that edge
and it's disappointing," she said. "The communi-
ty has been very positive. They know that this
delay is not on our part. We are ready to help the
kids and help the community."
The Rhoda L. Martin Cultural Heritage
Museum, named in honor of the founder of- the
Jacksonville Beach School for the Colored, will
have a permanent exhibit of historical artifacts to
serve as a visual inventory of the past.
"There are a lot of new people coming in local-
ly who' don't know about the history of the area,"
Holloway said. "This will not be just artifacts. It
will be a very diverse, hands on museum."
Holloway said volunteers and educators are on
board as part of the community outreach pro-
grams planned at the museum.
A five-year master plan that details the type of
programs, educational curriculum and seminars,
offered is also in place. Story time and puppet
shows will cater to young., visitors and programs
, will also be available for seniors in the communi-
ty, Holloway said.
"We are ready to go," she said.
An 1,100-square-foot annex with an elevated,
handicapped accessible ramp was added to the,
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Colleen Floyd of Jacksonville Beach places pieces of glass on "Vincent Van Jaguar," part of the fuindraiser Big Cats for Kids
for the Otis Smith Foundation. Her piece was inspired by the Vincent Van Gogh painting "Starry Night." Floyd also designed
one of the manatees in the Sea Cows for Kids project in 2004.



Artist creating jaguar mosaic


by JENNIFER KNOECHEL local artists to design. Anyone can.
STAFF WRITER sponsor, a jaguar for $5,000, half of
which goes to the Foundation and the
N ine-foot jaguars will be prowling other half covers the expense of pro-
around Jacksonville in the Big. during the sculptures and the $750
Cats for Kids project, the fol- honorarium paid to each artist.
-lovy-up to the e. s -, The- la -
ectirti 2004. ~ -' ptiblic place ,, -
The display and auction of 43 mana- mostly companies, want them dis-
tee sculptures designed by local artists played until the live auction in May.
netted $215,000 for the Otis Smith Colleen Floyd of Jacksonville Beach
Foundation, which provides education is designing "Vincent Van Jaguar," a
and life-skill initiatives for more than glass mosaic inspired by Vincent Van
1,000 disadvantaged children in Gogh's famous "Starry Night" paint-
Jacksonville. ing.
The first eight of 53 sculptures were Floyd also designed "Deep Blue Sea
unleashed last week at Alltel Stadium. Cow" for the 2004 project which sold
"We didn't intend to do the project for $5,000 to a private individual. The
a second time but it was a financial highest grossing manatee sold for
success and gave the Foundation visi- $6,000.
ability Bonnie Upright, executive "I've always loved Van Gogh and my
director of the Foundation, said, husband, Bruce, and I were just in
"Folks embraced the project. It's not Paris in January and we saw the old
a unique idea. Other cities like Tampa apartment building where he lived,"
and:Atlanta are doing the project or Floyd said. .
have done the project. "My 'daughter, Jillian, has a poster of
S'"For.us, it was' finding the perfect "Starry Night" in her room and I
animaL The manatee live here; they thought that would be so cool to do.
'are large so they make a good canvas 'on the side of the jaguar. It would ,
and we knew it was something chil- translate so nicely."
dren and families could relate to. So Floyd was selected from hundreds of
when it came to choosing another ani- artists who submitted their ideas in a
mal it was a near consensus to do a sketch outline earlier this year. Floyd
jaguar." said that because she is using glass, the'
NMug \Vump Productions in San $750 doesn't quite cover what she has
Marco created a custom mold and pro- had to spend in materials.
duced the fiber glass sculptures for "It's a great cause and I enjoy doing


it so it's definitely worth it," she said.
"It's so intricate, so beautiful the way
the light shines on the glass. I think
this one will sell for even more. I'm
really happy with the way it's coming
together."
Barbdra Womack of Ponte Vedra-is--
'designing a "Jazzy Jag" and Pat
Murphy of Atlantic Beach is designing
"Edu-Cat-Or." -
Piper Truster of Ponte Vedra is creat-
ing "Celestial Jag" from the children's
contest winner, Olivia Crew, a sixth-
grader in northern St. Johns County.
Upright said at least one jaguar,
"Jewels of the Sea," designed by Meg
Monahan of Mandarin, will end up at
the Beaches.
Floyd said she would love to see her
"Vincent Van Jaguar" stay at the, ".
Beaches.
"It's a really neat project to be a part.
of and it's a great cause," Floyd said.
."You can't get any better than that."
Companies, organizations and indi-
viduals can adopt Big Cats for display,
during the exhibition period.
Sponsors can choose from designs
submitted and approved by the art
review committee or commission an
artist to paint their own concept.
For additional details, contact
Bonnie Upright at 880.6847, or via
email at bonnie@otissmithfounda-
tion.com.
For more information, visit www.big-
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USS Houston reunion at Sea Turtle


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCL4TE EDITOR
Alabama native Warren
Kelly. was at his station in a
gun turret aboard the Navy
light cruiser USS Houston
when a Japanese torpedo near-
ly'sunk his' ship off Formosa
on Oct. 14, 1944.
The type 91 aerial torpedo
struck the. Houston's engifie
room, flooding four spaces
and causing the ship to lose all
power.
In other words, the Houston
was dead in the water.
'it hit us about amidships,"
recalled 'Kelly, 80, during a
phone interview last week
from his home in Eufaula, Ala.,
"They [the torpedo'
bombers] caught us by sur-
prise. It knocked me out a lit-
tle, but I was still in it."
Strapped into the gun turret
near the ship's fantail, Kelly
hung tough until help arrived.
Damage control measures
by the crew kept the newly
commissioned cruiser afloat.
Two days later, the Houston
was struck again by another
torpedo, this time in the stern
while the ship was in tow.
The damaged cruiser man-,
aged to stay seaworthy for
another 11 days while it was


U.S. NAVY PHOT(
The USS Houston on its shakedown cruise in February 1944.,
The light cruiser earned three battle stars during World War l.


towed 1,300 miles to safety.
According to the Naval
Historical Center in.
Washington, D.C., "Few, if
any, U.S. Navy ships operating
in the open sea had survived
such massive underwater dam-
age and flooding."
"We were in dry dock when
the war ended," added Jim
Potter of Albany, Ga., who
helped plan the first reunion
of the ship's crew in 1977.
This week, more than 60 for-
mer USS Houston crewmen
Will be' in Atlantic Beach to
celebrate: their 30th reunion..
The reunion is being held
today through Sunday at the


Sea Turtle Inn.
This year's reunion is being
hosted by Kelly's daughter and
son-in-law, Leitha and
Michael Coates of Ponte Vedra
Beach.
"We're sponsoring it for our
parents, because they [the USS
Houston Association] haven't
held a reunion in Florida in a
long time," said Leitha Coates.
"I booked this back in
2004."
The USS Houston, which
goes by the Navy acronym CL-
81, was the third Navy vessel
to be named after the city of
Houston.
Its forerunner, the light


cruiser USS Houston (CA-30),
was sunk by the Japanese in
1942 off the Java Coast.,
The third Houston was com-
missioned in December 1943
and departed Norfolk, Va., in
early 1944 for a shakedown
cruise in the Caribbean.
The light cruiser, with a
crew of 1,200 ,and an arma-
ment of more' than 12 long-
range guns, left for the Pacific
in April 1944:
The USS Houston participat-
ed in the Battle. of the
6 Philippine Sea, and engaged in
shore bombardment on Guam
and Peleliu before it was heav-
ily damaged off Formosa.
The light cruiser received
three battle stars during its
World War II service.
Potter, 79, was in the
fHouston's plotting room
when the first torpedo hit
around 6 p.m.
"It flooded all the engine
rooms and the two fire rooms
where they.made the steam,"
recalled Potter, who enlisted in
the Navy out of Lake Worth,
Fla.
"They thought it was going
to sink. Two days later around
noon the Japanese hit us again

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d farewells'


Navy coup


at 'Hdilan


by KATHY NICOLETTI .
COLUMNIST
S ince she was a little girl,
Navy wife Chere Fleming
has been interested in
cooking.
.Fleming was inspired by
the homestyle meals created
by her mother and aunts.
Those women helped her
gained an appreciation, she
said, for how "food brings
people together."
The happiness that good
food brings to people gives
Fleming the most pleasure,
she said.
Fleming and her husband,
Jim, have lived in the West
Beaches for about a year.
Lt. Cmdr. Jim Fleming is
the executive officer, or sec-
ond in command, of the
frigate LISS Simpson, based at
Mayport Naval Station.
The couple has also been
stationed in Hawaii and
Newport, R.I;
At their home, Fleming
grows herbs and several vari-
eties of hot peppers to add
flavor to many recipes. She
also uses a food dehydrator
to preserve part of the crop.
Her pantry contains several
containers filled with dried
herbs and peppers, which
she said have "much more
flavor" than similar items
purchased at the supermar-
ket.
Canning is another way
Fleming preserves food, espe-
cially fresh fruit and berries.
She was first introduced to
canning by a friend in Rhode
Island, where she said can-
ning is very popular.
Tlhe-"-Ball--Blue-Book" is one
of the best sources for can-
ning information, according
to Fleming. To improve her
canning techniques, Fleming
recently became a Master
Food and Nutrition Educator,
after completing a course
offered by the University of'
Florida's Extension Office in
Duval County.
Classes on food safety,
nutrition, healthy eating,
and canning were part of the
* training. Students who pass
the course also must volun-
teer at the Extension Office.
Fleming has helped with
the call-in food help line and
has been available for Smart
and Healthy Supermarket
Tours at local supermarkets,
sponsored by the Extension
Office.
She also worked with
campers at a children's cook-
ing camp offered this sum-
mer by the Extension Office.
As a Master Food and
Nutrition Educator, Fleming'
said she looks forward to
promoting good nutrition
and healthy eating.
At home, Fleming and her
husband like to cook togeth-
er whenever possible. Jim
Fleming says that his wife's
cooking is really "an exten-
sion of her creativity."
Whenever he is at sea,
Fleming tries to bring back
cooking-related souvenirs,
including cookbooks, for his
wife.
Their recipe for Shrimp.
and Cheese Enchiladas is a
new variation of one of the
couple's favorite lobster
recipes.
While they were living in


*See RECIPES, A-10


p hoto by KATHY NICOLETTI
Glass canisters containing dried herbs and peppers grown in
their garden and a container of olive oil (left) from Greece are
frequently in use in Chere and Jim Fleming's kitchen.


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Newport, Jim Fleming and a
friend trapped for lobsters.
Chere Fleming uses lobster
meat in an enchilada dish.
Fleming said Fresh
Mayport shrimp are a worthy
substitution for lobster. She
makes a special trip to a
Mexican food market to buy
the queso fresco for this
recipe. Cream cheese is a
possible alternative, but the
flavor of the queso fresco
just makes the dish, she said.
Queso fresco can be found
in two local markets: Mi
Pueblo on Beach Boulevard
and Tienda el Castillo on
10th Avenue South, she said
Using jalapenos from her
garden, Fleming makes
Pickled Jalapenos like those
A available in Mexican restau-
rants in her hometown of
San Diego.
These will be as hot as the
jalapenos used and can be
eaten on sandwiches, salads,
or with tortilla chips. Pickled
Jalapenos must be refrigerat-
ed and will keep for 6 to 8
weeks, she said.
Fresh pineapple, mango,
and papaya are in Aloha
Tropical Salsa. This salsa can
be made with cilantro; or, for
a refreshing change, Fleming
suggests trying fresh mint.
The salsa is excellent with
grilled seafood.
The-couple-often-cooks
together Ahd-rnilrfng yeem'
to come naturally to Jim,
who was born and raised in
Texas.
On his grandmother's
- ranch there, he grew up
grilling the meat from cattle,
deer, and sheep. Most men
like to grill, Jim joked,
"because it's outside playing
with fire."
Sweet Bourbon Salmon is
one of the couple's favorite
preparations for salmon. A
few tablespoons of bourbon
(or sometimes a little more,
he said) are in the marinade
sweetened with pineapple
juice and brown sugar.
Creamy roasted garlic
mashed potatoes are the per-
fect accompaniment to the
grilled salmon.
"Hail and Farewells" is a
. tradition in the Navy for wel-
coming new officers into- a
ship's wardroom, and saying
goodbye to others, said
Fleming.
The event often features a
pdtluck dinner for,the offi-
cers and their spouses.
Two of Chere Fleming's
salad recipes have been pop-
ular additions to "Hail and
Farewell" potlucks.
Broccoli/Cauliflower Salad
is made with light mayo and
light sharp cheddar, 'an easy
way to make a healthy salad
even lower in calories and
fat. Crumbled cooked bacon
and sunflower seeds add
even more crunch to the veg-
etables in this salad.
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September 13, 2006


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70th anniversary


Mary and Luther Hughes of
Palm Valley celebrated their '
70th wedding anniversary on
Sept. 6.
The couple were married
Sept. 6, 1936, in Jacksonville,
and have resided in Palm
Valley for all of their married
life..
She is the former Mary .
Turknett. .
The couple have four chil- '-
dren, Carl, Earl, Donna and
Stephen, nine grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren.


SMary and Luther Hughes,


49th anniversary


Donald and Manuela
"Nellie" Messer of Jacksonville'
celebrated their 49th wedding
anniversary on Aug. 31.
The couple were married on
Aug. 31, 1957. in Holtville,
Calif. She is the former'
Manuela Lopez of Glendale,
Ariz. He is originally from
Cincinnati, Ohio.
The couple have three chil-
dren, Michael, Mark and Marie,
eight; grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.


Annika and Dr. Bradley Wallace


Wallace-Davidson

Annika Leigh Davidson and University of Arkansas College
Dr. Bradley Andrew Wallace, of Medicine and Universit:.
both of Gainesville, were mar- Joseph Fourier in Grenoble,
ried Saturday, Aug. 19, at France. He is employed by the
Community .Presbyterian University of Florida's
Church. : Department of Neurosurgery.
The Rev. Gabe Goodman. Katrina Daxidson was the
performed, the 6:30 p.m. cete- maid of honor. Tim Wallace
mony was the best man. Bridesmaids
'The bride is the daughter of were Wheatly Aycock, Mandy
Paul and Marjorie Davidson of Martin, Courtney Schmidt,
Atlantic Beach. She is a gradu- Radha Thakkar and Kristin
ate of Stanton College Prep,< Von Schuch.
the University of Florida .and Groomsmen were .Kelly
UF's Levin College of Law. She Foote, Ronnie Mimran, Erik
is employed by Brashear and Parker, Tim Schick and John
Associates. 'Shelton..
The groom is the' son of Don The couple spent their hon-,
and Virginia Wallace of eymoon in Negril, Jamaica,
JudspniawArk. He is.a graduate, .and will reside in Gainesville.
of,. Ba.lor "UniveLsit,. the. '


Houston: Crew reunites


Cont. from A-7
They were ordered to sink any
daniaged ships."
Kelly and Potter, are
"plankowners,"., or original
crewmembers of .the ship.
Kelly said he enlisted in the
Navy after high school in
Selma, Ala.
A gunner's mate, Kelly was,
stationed in the ship's No. 3,
triple gun turret.
Potter,. a fire controller,,
helped direct gunfire from a:
plotting room below decks,
"We did our part," said
Potter, who leftthe Navy as .a
second-class seaman and Went
on to operate a Harley'
Davidson dealership for, 35
years in Albany, Ga.
Kelly said he stayed with the
Houston, from the time the
ship was commissioned until
his discharge in October 1945.
He spent '35 years with an
Alabama utility company,
working his way up from line-
man to a forman's position.
His brother was a Navy fight-
er pilot during the war.
Before the first reunion in


'77, Kelly said he didn't talk
much about his war experi-
ences. '. ,
"We tried to kept everything
to ourselves. We lost too
many," he said.
Potter said fewer than 30
men attended the first reunion
in San Diego. At last year's
reunion in Kansas City, he and
about 16 other "plankowners"
received pieces "of the
Hou'ston's wooden deck that
had been stored at' the Navy
Yard in Washington, D.C'.
Kelly said he had his "plank"
mounted in a picture frame.
Like Potter, he said reunions
help keep 'the niemory of the
USS Houston alive, even
though the 'ship was sold for
scrapin 1961. '-:. ,.
S"We weren't a well-known
ship, but we were well recog-
nized," recalled Kelly.. :
"We sit around and talk
about, what we did, and. the
way we were.",
To learn more about the USS
lHouston, (CL-81), visit the
Naval Historical Center Web
site at www.history.navy.mil.


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Mayo offers flexible sched-
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areas.
For more information about
the opportunities, call the
Volunteer Services department


at 296-3722'or send an e-mail
to volunteersmcj@mayo.edu.
The Duval County Extension
Family and Consumer Program
is seeking volunteers to be
trained in the "CAL" (children
and literacy) program.
Training will be held on
Thursday, Sept. 14, from 9:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the 1010
N. McDuff Ave., Jacksonville.
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The damaged No. 3 gun turret on the USS Houston, following
the Oct. 14, 1944, Japanese torpedo attack.


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Recipes: Shrimp and Cheese Enchiladas


Cont. from A-7
Salad is another great tasting
salad. Black olives, feta
cheese, and fresh basil are
the classic ingredients that
give Greek flavor to the
pasta salad. Fleming adds
dried herbs to bottled vinai-
grette for a homemade taste.

The following are some of
Chere and Jim Fleming's
favorite recipes.

Shrimp and Cheese
Enchiladas
iwjth chill verde sauce)

8 oz. cooked large Mayport
shrimp, cut into small pieces
one-quarter cup chopped
green onions
- one-half cup queso fresco,
crum bled- *
one-half cup shredded jack
cheese
2 T light sour cream
2 cups basic green enchila-
da sauce
4 corn tortillas, warmed
until pliable in microwave
2 T chopped cilantro
additional queso fresco
and jack cheese for topping

Preheat oven to 350
degrees. In a bowl, combine
shrimp, green onions,
cheeses, and sour cream.
Spread about half of the
green sauce evenly in a
casserole. Place remaining
sauce in a wide shallow
bowl.
Dip tortilla in sauce and
place flat in casserole. Spread
one-quarter of the shrimp
filling down center of tor-
tilla. Drizzle I T green sauce
over filling. Roll up the tor-
tilla and place seam side
down in one end of the
casserole. Repeat with
remaining tortillas and fill-
ing.
Pour rest of sauce over
enchiladas and sprinkle with
additional jack cheese. Bake
enchiladas for 20 to 25 min-
utes or until hot and bubbly.
Sprinkle with chopped
cilantro and more queso fres-
co. Serves 2.

Pickled Jalapenos

1 cup white vinegar (5%)
one-half cup bottled water
one and one-half tsp. sugar
one and one-half tsp.
kosher or pickling salt
one-half tsp.whole cumin
seeds, lightly toasted
3 or more fresh garlic
cloves, cut in quarters or
sliced


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10-15 baby carrots
one-half small onion,
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Bring vinegar, water, salt,
sugar, cumin, and garlic to a
boil in a medium saucepan.
Add the jalapenos, carrots,
and onions; boil 4-5 min-
utes. Put the peppers, car-
tots, and onions in a large
jar approximately 20 oz or
larger). Pour liquid in the iar
to cover the pepper mixture.
Don't forget the garlic! If
additional liquid is needed,
combine the first four ingre-
dients again, heat and pour.
The peppers should stay
undisturbed in the refrigera-
tor for at least a week. The
peppers have been processed
with a boiling water bath
and must be kept refrigerat-
ed and eaten within 6 to 8
weeks.

Aloha Tropical Salsa

1 cup finely chopped fresh
pineapple
1 cup chopped peeled
mango
1 cup chopped papaya
1 cup chopped red bell
pepper
three-quarters cup
chopped red onion
one-quarter cup minced
fresh cilantro
(or fresh mint for a
refreshing taste,
3-4 T lime juice
2 minced jalapenos or ser-
ranos
iadd more for a hot-
ter salsa
1-2 cloves of minced garlic

Combine all ingredients in
a bowl. Cover and chill for 2
hours. Yields 4 cups.
Serve with grilled fish,
chicken, shrimp, or ham;
good in fish tacos or %with
plain tortilla chips.

Sweet Bourbon
Salmon

1 lb. thick salmon, skinned
removed
2 tsp. snipped fresh chives
for garnish

Sweet Bourbon Marinade:
one-quarter cup pineapple
,juice


2 T soy sauce
2 T brown sugar
2-3 T Kentucky bourbon
one-quarter tsp.cracked
black pepper
one-quarter tsp. garlic
powder
one-quarter cup vegetable.
oil

Cut the salmon into two 8
oz. fillets.
Combine the pineapple
juice, sov sauce, brown
sugar, bourbon, pepper, and
garlic powder in a medium
bowl. Stir to dissolve the
sugar. Add the oil.
Place the fillets in a shal-
low dish and pour the mari-
nade over top. Cover fish
with a lid and refrigerate for
at least an hour. A few hours
is even better.
Grill approximately 5 min-
utes per side. Top with
chives and serve with garlic
roasted mashed potatoes.
*This marinade is easily
doubled and also great on
chicken. Charcoal grilling
with a few mesquite smoking
chips or adding a little liquid
smoke to the marinade gives
the dish a smoked flavor.

Greek Bow-Tie Feta
Pasta Salad

1 lb. bow tie pasta
1 pint grape tomatoes, cut
in half
1 can 16 oz.i small black
olives cut in half
4 oz. feta cheese, crumbled
4-5 scallions, chopped
2-3 T fiesh basil, or more
to taste, stems removed and
finely chopped
one-half English cucumber,
skin on and sliced in thin
half moon shapes
1 small yellow bell pepper,
diced in half inch pieces
I bottle (8oz.) Ken's lite
olive oil vinaigrette salad
dressing
one-half tsp. dried tar-
ragon
one-half tsp. dried oregano
one-half tsp. dried mustard
1 clove garlic, finely
crushed
one-quarter cup red wine
vinegar
salt and pepper to taste

Cook pasta according to
directions in boiling water
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vent sticking. When pasta is
done, rinse under cold water
to cool pasta and stop cook-
ing.
Put pasta in a large bowl
and add a little of the salad
dressing to coat and prevent
sticking.
Mix the rest of the herbs
and vinegar with the salad
dressing in the bottle and
shake. Add the remaining
ingredients to the pasta. Toss
and coat with the dressing.
To make a complete
meal, add cooked shrimp or
chicken.

Broccoli/Cauliflower
Salad

3-4 bunches broccoli, cut
into bite size florets
1 head of cauliflowei, cut
into bite size florets
1 small red onion,
chopped lone-half to three-
quarters cupi
2 cups shredded light
sharp cheddar cheese
one-half package fried
bacon, crumbled 16 to 8
slices)
1 cup sunflower seeds

Dressing:
2 cups light mayo
one-half cup sugar
2 T red wine vinegar

Mix salad ingredients
together in a large bowl.
Mix dressing ingredients
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September 13, 2006 P SO 1S


* Fishing Leader
* Jaguars open
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Ground game propels Senators to win


Season's first victory also the 100th

of head coach Joe Reynolds' career


By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR

For Fletcher head football
coach Joe Reynolds, win num-
ber one was more significant
than win number 100.
Actually, the Senators cele-
brated both with a 26-7 victory
over Englewood last Friday
night at lack Taylor Stadium.
Fletcher High ended its two-
game skid to improve to 1-2 on
the season, and Reynolds earned
the 100th victory of his coach-
*ing career.
"I know this sounds crazy, I
mean, don't get me wrong this
is great," Reynolds said after he
was presented the game ball
Friday night. "But the one win is
more important. The first win of
the season, for this team is more
important."
Particularly pleasing to the
coach was that Fletcher seemed
to do it the old fashioned way:
Run, run, run, and then run
some more.
Key to the rushing attack was
Deschion Baskerville who piled
up 184 yards including touch-
down romps of 11 and 50 yards.
He also had another run of 55
vards that led to more Senators
points.
"Credit our offensive line, the
coaches, coach Reynolds we
had to get this 100th win for
him," said Baskerville. "Before
the game I went into the coach-
es' locker room and drew up a
'100' on the board. Coach asked
nme what it was for. I told him
the 100th win, not 100 yards for
me or anything like that. Just
that his 100th win was our
goal."
Baskerville carried the ball 22
times against the Rams, missing
two series in the fourth quarter
after suffering a gash to his left
arm. Trainers bandaged his arm
and the fleet senior returned to
action but he went for stitches
following the game.
"Nothing was going to stop
me tonight," he said.
Trov Guidry racked up the
tough inside yards for Fletcher,
carrying the ball 15 times for 60
yards.
"The kids ground it out, the
offensive line smashed them
around," Reynolds said.
So what happened to the
Senators "new-look" more pass-
oriented offense on display in
the first two games?
"VWe scratched it," said
Reynolds. "We were going to
run two series of the I iforma-


tion) and then a third
that wide open thing
the end of the Sa
game, but they could
So we stuck to what
ing."
Junior quarterback
Billman (4-of-6 for
passing) played all bu
of the game, althouj
had planned to use s
Darious Campbell t
option and mix I
against the Rams.
ground game clicking
stayed with it.


RAMS
SENATORS


We had to
100th win for him
the game I went
coaches' locke
and drew up a
the board. Coac
me what it was f
him the 100th
100 yards for me
thing like that. J
his 100th win m
goal.


- Deschion Ba.
Senators running


While the Senate
heavily on their run
145 rushing attemr
only six passes) to car
on offense, it wAs a
defense that stymied
ously unbeaten Rams
In its first two gan
season, Fletcher's D
ded by the ground
Jackson 1350 ya


rd series of Sandalwood.
g we did at But the Senators limited
indalwood Englewood to 102 rushing yards
n't stop us. and 78 through the air.
was work- "What I did was play more
[defensive backs]," said Senators
ick Matt defensive 'coordinator Kevin
51 yards Brown. "We got away from try-
t one series ing to win at the line of scrim-
gh coaches mage and we knew the last cou-
sophomore pie of teams were getting to the
o run the second level anyway. So what
things up we basically had most of the
With the night was four deep, four under-
g, Reynolds neath and three on the line."
The scheme worked because it
thwarted the Rams' passing
*"-~' game the team's bread and
butter.
"We just made them run the
football, which I don't think
they really wanted to do,"
Brown said. "If they passed it, it
was going to be underneath and
we made tackles. I really took a
page out, believe it or not,
Bobby Bowden's book and we
just gave them the flats. Let
h them throw underneath but not
give up a big play."
7 Englewood running back
Jayson Jones gained 96 yards on
26 13 carries and scored his team's
lone TD, but the Senators'
defense showed vast improve-
ment over the first two weeks.
In fairness, the Rams offense
get this aided the cause with two costly
errors. Englewood twice drove
i. Before deep into Fletcher territory only
into the to have the drives stalled when
snaps sailed over the head of
r room quarterback John Johnson in
'100' on the shotgun position. The first
resulted in a 23-yard loss and
;h asked the second a 19-yard deficit.
for. I told "That helped but it's still a
good win for us," said Reynolds.
win, not Askecd if his team lost confi-
e or any- dence after its 0-2 start,
Reynolds admitted doubt crept
Just that in. "You start doubting yourself
was our a little bit," he said. "The coach-
es we say we don't but we
start to doubt ourselves. The
parents start to say, 'What's
-going 4"n?' People make com-
skerville ments ahd things like that. So
g back it's good to get the win, this first
win of the season, then that'll
stop."
Reynolds made sure to
ors leaned include Brown in the postgame
ning game celebration of his 100th coach-
pts versus ing victory. Brown has been
ry the load with him for all 100.
re-focused "When Joe got the job I said
the previ- 'I'm with you 'til the end,'"
S. Brown said. "He was best man at
mes of the my wedding, he's Godfather to
was shred- my kids. It was awful special for
attacks of him to include me in this. I just
rds) and like being Joe's right-hand guy."


Pn.,lo by ROB DeANGELO
Senators running back Deschion Baskerville (5) in action against Jackson High during the 2006
season opener. Baskerville gained 184 yards on the ground against Englewood last Friday night
to help lead the Senators to their first victory of the season.


LOCAL ROUNDUP


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Senators swimmer Romy Sidelsky competes in the butterfly leg of the girls 200-yard medley
race against Ed White High last week. Both the Senators boys and girls swim teams are
undefeated this season.



Fletcher swim teams win


two meets, stay unbeaten


Pnol, r.f ROB DeAJtGELO
Fletcher High head football coach Joe Reynolds on the sideline earlier this season. Reynolds cel-
ebrated the 100th coaching victory of his career las Friday night with a 26-7 win over Englewood
at Jack Taylor Stadium.


FROM STAFF

The Senators' boys and girls swim teams
remained undefeated on the season by top-
ping St. Augustine and Pedro Menendez High
last Saturday. The boys beat St. Augustine
213-70 and Menendez 215-68. The girls
topped St. Augustine 182-104
and Menendez by 217-64 A
In the girls meet, Fletcher
won the 200 medley relay in
2:02.0, the 200 freestyle relay
in 1:54.46 and the 400
freestyle relay in 4:01.68.
Individually, Carolyn. H
Blount won the 200 freestyle
race in 2:05.96, Ally'Babillis
claimed the 200 individual
medley in 1:08.40 and Sarah
Montgomery was first in the
50-yard freestyle in 26.40.
Also. Babillis won the 100-yard butterfly in
1:08.40, Montgomery took first in the 100
freestyle in 57.62, Kristen Ghandour won the
500 freestyle in 6:04.24, Blount claimed the
100 backstroke in 1:07.25 and Elizabeth


Kreichelt clocked 1:21.18 to win the 100-yard
breaststroke race.
In boys action against Menendez, Senators
swimmers won the 200 medley relay in
1:31.34, the 200 freestyle relay in 1:40'96 and
the 400 freestyle relay in 3:46.40.
In individual races, Colby Caltrider won
the 200-yard freestyle in
2:04.01, Max Anderson took
first in 50 freestyle in 24.68
and Scott Sweeten. won the
100 butterfly 'ith a time of
59.93.
Additionally, Sterling Clay
won the 500 freestyle in
5:29.75, Cody Brechler took
first in the 100 backstroke in
1:03.81 and Anderson clocked
1:09 to win the 100 breast-
stroke race.
The Fletcher swimmers will
next hit the pool on Saturday at Bishop
Kenny in a 9 a.m. start. The Senators will
return home Tuesday, September 19 when
they are slated to play host to Paxon begin-
ning at 4:30 p.m.


Inside


with a win


B-2
B-3
B-4


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Page 2B The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader September 13, 2006

FISHING



Changing weather impacts local fishing scene


U settled weather, defi-
nitely influenced the
fishing last week. A few
good catethes of bottom fish'
came off the party grounds
before the weather turned bad.
Tarpon are following the
mullet out of the inlets now
and are still feeding on the
pods of bait.
Capt. Dave Sipler, with Dave
Shay and friend Rodney,
fished along the Tiver bank
and the rocks last WVednesday
and caught a'cobia, four trout,
two flounder and lots of jacks.
Rusty Borthwick made a
short trip to the river and,
using live shrimp for bait, net-
ted five trout and five floun-


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Capt. Dennis Young, on the
"Sea Dancer" last Monday '
with the Dan McCarthy party,


Photo submitted
Captain Kevin Faver and Mike Kogan, of JaxKayakFishing.com,.
with a 150-pound tarpon caught last Thursday on the bait p, ds
near Vilaro Inlet.


brought home 10 snapper .
from P.G weighing from six to
eight pounds.
On Tuesday, Capt. Dennis
took the Eli Zoen party to the
A.H. bottom. They boxed
eight snapper weighing up to
12 pounds.
Capt. Fred Hi nkle on his
"Daze Off" with friends Eddie
Smith and Dick Hunt Uolled
up five kings early Thursday
morning and later dropped to
the bottom and caught five
snapper.
The best offshore catch last
week came off the "Child's
Play" with Capt. Shawn
Beiterman, Steve Grant and'
Jerry Moulton. They wishedd
deep into the gulf stream and
landed seven yellowfin weigh-
ing 15 to 25 pounds and eight,
blackfin. Their largest tuna
was an 80-pounder caught by
Jerry Moulton.
Capt. Kirk Waltz on his
"Enterprise" with his guest Dr.
Andrew Skigen fished the bait,
pods last Wednesday off Ponte
Vedra and jumped four tarpon
and caught 11 rod-bending
blacktips. Then on Saturday,,
Henry Havey fished with Capt.
Kirk around the end of the jet-
ties with pogies and caught
eight redbass to 27 inches.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow,
with Gary and Sandy Polletta,
fished last Tuesday at the jet-
ties and caught three redbass,
26 to 28 inches, two drum to
five pounds and 11 feisty
jacks.
On Saturday morning from
the "Little Yvonne" Ferris
Soloman and John Oeten went.
.with Fred and caught a red,
nine mangrove, three
sheepshead, porgies:and lots
of seabass and whiting.
* The tarpon catching was.,
better on bait pods near the
Vilano Inlet. Capt. Kevin Faver
from his "Double K" on
Wednesday caught a 90-pound
tarpon and jumped four oth-
ers. Ken Pence was the angler.
SOn Thursday, Mike Kogan
fished the pods with Capt.
Kevin and caught a big tarpon
weighing 150 pounds and on
Friday, with a group from Ring
Power, used live mullet and
caught two more t;rpop, ,b9th
over 100 pounds.


On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier last Saturday, David
Maleckar led the king fishing
with a hefty 33-pounder.
Earlier in the week, on
Wednesday, Spencer Brogden
came off with a cooler full of
fish. He had several drum, six
sheepshead and a redbass.
Spencer used sandtleas and
live mullet for bait.
Jesse Cotner, Jr. used finger
mullet to catch a 27-inch red-
bass and several flounder from
the end of the pier last
Thursday.
Mike Dandrea caught a
three-pound redbass and three
drum on Saturday.
On Sunday, Phillip
Cressman used finger mullet
around the pier pilings to
catch four flounder to five
pounds. Dan Colbom, Jr.
brought two Spanish and a
five-pound flounder over the
rail of the pier last Sunday.
Pier manager Faye Cotner
reports that it was a good
week of flounder fishing last
week.
Anglers from the "Mayport
Princess" and "King Neptune"
cleaned lots of bottom fish
after each trip out of Monry's
Marina last week. Lots of
amberjack, triggerfish, grey
grouper and beeliners came off
both boats.
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Wren on the
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angler Fred
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caught 25 years
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Second-half rally seals



Jags.win over Cowboys ..


S acksonville Jaguars fans
who braved the elements
at their playground Sunday
d a rude awakening. The
Dallas Cowboys played with a
full team. And in vain. Fans
found that contrary to local
media all week long, the
Cowboys have somebody
besides Terrell Owens.
Non-believers must have
been shocked to see Jack Del
Rio's team get off the floor of
Alltel Stadium and belt the
Cowboys around as though
Popeye had finally found his
spinach and his arch enemy,
'Blutto, had to pay for his
advances on Olive Oyl.
It took some doing, but once
they smelled blood, the
Jaguars were not to be stopped.
The knockout was 24-17.
Let's hear it for the defense,'
which turned the Cowboys
into cowgirls in the second.
half after struggling to get a
10-10 tie at intermission.
"Nothing to worry about," a
security man said in the media
area. "This learn always wakes
utp in the second half. They'll
come back." And the Jaguars,
did.
All praise, of course, will go
to quarterback Byron Leftwich,
but it took more than one arm,
to stop these rustlers from
Dallas. As great as Lord Byron
is, he's still mortal (which
many Jaguars people are reluc-
tant to admit). There was good
old Fred Taylor, who kicked off
his cane and shawl and rushed
21 times for 74 yards and
caught six'for 41 yards.
The old Gator was second
only to Reggie Williams (of all
people), who snagged six
including a touchdown! That's
right, friends and foes, Reggie
Williams caught a Leftwich
'pass for a score. This is a feat'
that has.evaded the erstwhile"
bonus king for two years.
What brought Williams back
from the dead is not certain,
but it saved the day just before'
the half. Cowboys head coach'


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REX EDMONDSON
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Bill Parcells said it may have.
been the turning point and
Parcells is not one to pass out
praise.
"We weren't worried,"
Maurice Williams said at his.
locker later. The veteran OT
was speaking for his mates.
"We knew what we had to do.
It took us a while to get going,
but they (Dallas) knew what
we are. This team is never
down. We know we can win."
A very important intercep-
tion by Rashean Mathis was a
key to Sunday's win. But it
took the whole team to stop T.
Owens, who had been publi-
cized and praised by local
media ad nauseam.
An easy win
for the Gators
Florida Gators fans could
revel and rejoice in the streets
about a 42-0 victory over
Central Florida except for one'
thing. The diehards aren't sat-
isfied with seeing their newest
hero, Tim Tebow, with only a
piece of the quarterbacking
cake.
Never mind that incumbent
Chris Leak had an outstanding
game and that Tebow played.
well rushing, he didn't get all.
the glory of a would-be
Heisman candidate, and that
bothers. a lot of Gator wishers.
Bobby Bowden would be
happy today if his Florida State
Seminoles had shown the


same kind of offense against
Troy, regardless of who played
quarterback.
The way the Seminoles were
stymied held scoreless in
the first half, one would have
thought they were being
charmed by Helen of Troy
instead of the Trojans of Troy,
Ala.
Sure, the Seminoles won, as
predicted, but the 24-17 score
doesn't tell the story of how
they had'to struggle in the sec-
ond half with 10 and then 14
points as QB Drew
Weatherford finally found his
target, completing 30-of--43.,
passes for a pair of TDs.
Bowden's bunch had toi find
its passing game because the
running game ran away .... or
stayed in bed. The total of 45
yards on the ground is noth-
ing less than shocking for a
team that used to blitz the
enemy like the 'Germans going
through' the lowlands.
Florida people left their
scene of destruction chortling
about the defense that com-
pletely shut down Central
Florida and the explosive
demonstration of rookie wide
receiver Percy Harvin, who
stole the show with his 58-
yard jaunt for a TD that made
it 7-0, almost before the beer
drinkers had a chance to stag-
ger to their seats.-
The Gators know they'd bet-
ter be in good shape. There's
those Tennessee Vols facing
them up in Knoxville this
week.
Coach Urban Meyer was
warned it never lets up in
the SEC.
Meanwhile, the Georgia
Bulldogs were putting it to
'Steve Spurrier's South Carolina
team, 18-0, their first shutout
since around the time of the"
Ronald Reagan administration.
And in Columbia; too!
Super Steve hasn't been'
treated so rudely by the Dogs
since they knocked him out of
the SEC race in 1966.


S P O T S R I E S


Fantasy Football
An open-to-the-public fan-
tasy football league will pre-
sent this season's Monday
Night Football games on the
movie screen in the main
showroom at Atlantic
Theatres. Doors will open at
7:30 p.m. every Monday
throughout the NFL season.
A draft party is slated for
Aug. 30 and the league has a
$20 entrance fee. Proceeds
will be distributed to winners
at the end of the season.
Admission to the Monday
night screenings is free to
league members and $3 for
others. Proceeds fromadmis-
sion charges will be donated
to H.E.R.O.E.S., a local charity,
providing K-12 scholarships
for at-risk youngsters in the
Jacksonville area.
For more information con-
tact Bryce Pfanenstiel at 249-
7529.

Flag Football
Flag football is being offered
for kids ages 5-17 at the
University of North Florida
and in Ponte Vedra. Season
starts in September.
For more information or to
register, visit
www.i9sports.com or phone


(904) 992-4263.


Girls on the Run,
Registration is now open
for Girls on the Run of N.E.
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for girls that combines
running ,and training for a
5K (3.1 miles) run/walk,;
along with healthy living
education and life lessons.
Spring programs take place
at various locations
throughout Ponte Vedra
Beach, Atlantic Beach and
Neptune Beach. Volunteer
coaches are also needed to
work with'a team of girls,
For more information phone
(904) 321-4315 or visit
www.GOTRneflorida.org.,

Golf
The Jacksonville Chapter
of the Florida Association of
Mortgage Brokers will host
its '31st annual fundraiser
and charity golf outing ,
Wednesday, Sept. 20 at Eagle
Harbor Golf Club in Orange
Park.
Proceeds from this year's
event will assist "daniel,"
Florida's oldest organization
providing quality services
for area youngsters and fam-
ilies.
Registration for the event
will begin at 8 a.m. and a


shotgun start will take place
at 9 a..m. Golf and lunch are
available for $80 per player.
For lunch only, it's $25 per
person.
For more information,
contact Valerie Saunders at
(904) 992-0785.

Soccer
Jacksonville IndoorSports is
hosting soccer tournaments for
all ages beginning Sunday, Aug,
20 and throughout the fall.
For more information phone
(904) 346-3946 or visit Web site
at www.jaxindoorsports.com.
S Strollerfit
Strollerfit'- exercise with
your baby. Outdoor classes
where mothers turn their
strollers into portable exercise'
machines are taking place in
Atlantic Beach Thursdays and
Saturday, and Fort Caroline
Monday, Wednesdays and
Friday from 9:30 a.m. until
10:30 a.m.
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or
visit strollerfit.com/arlihgton.


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way to a fourth quarter touchdown Sunday at Alltel Stadium. The Jaguars won, 24-17.



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840 Garage Sales
850 Jax Beach
852 Neptune Beach
854 Atlantic Beach
856 Mayport
857 Ponte Vedra
858 West Beaches
859 Jacksonville
860 Flea Market


ATLANTIC BCH, Dutlon Island Preserve ATLANTIC BEACH. Open House.
3BR/ 2BA, 1900sfl. totally restored, OpuDle Sunday lpm-4pm 518 Selva Lakes Cii-
lotw/pool $319,000. (904)222-1873 cle. 904-994-4220


NEPTUNE BCH. FSBO 4BR/3.5BA
'Ocean view. 2540sf 112 block to ocean.
1/2 block to town center. Numerous up-
grades, $799,500. 115 Orange St
roker/owner. 725-0302 or 887-8237.
EXECUTIVE COUNTRY home near Gain-
esville. lakeview, upstairs master suite
w/office. 4/3. 2950sf. 5 acres, built 2002
$469,000. Independent Brokers 904-710.
3111.
3BR/2BA, VERY nice, modem, open floor
Ian, 2 car garage. Oakndge Subdivision,
VB, $419,000. (904)699-2906
ATL BCH HOME
$209,900
FSBO. GOOD Starter Homel 618-1
Dutton Island Dr West., 3BR/I.5BA New
A/C, roof, windows, doors, and applian-
ces. By appointment only. Call David
247-0665 (home), 704-2337 Icell).
OCEAN VIEW HOME!
FSBO .in Jax Beach, 3/2.5BA 2132sf
Beautiful 2 story nome 1/2 block to the
ocean w/direct access. Refinished hard-
wood floors downstairs, Berber carpet up-
stairs. Spacious.master suite w/walk in
closets and refinished master bath.
.$945,000. 68 29th LveSoulh,,536W,208u
BEAtH/SA1T PABLO' ar'-F$ 1
Claridge Rd. E. Newly eodeled.'vacAril
2BR/1BA. large backyard. $140.000 223-
5149/339-4685.
BEACHES
CYPRESS CREEK- Near Mayport Elem &
Wonderwood, nice, 3/2, 2 car gar Ireshly
painted, new vinyl and moie.$194,900.
ICW
WOLF CREEK- 3/2.5 condo, aimosi
brand new w/ garage & many upgrades
$285,000.
HARBOUR SPRINGS- 4/2,2 car gar.
Newer area, very open, beaul stone fire-
place, fenced yard, comer lot Close to
schools/ beaches Just listed. $219,900.
SAN PABLO & BEACH BLVD AREA-
Tivoli Subdiv. Nice, 3/2, 2 car gar, minutes
from beaches, shopping, newer home, Ig
yard. Reduced to $239.9001
NORTH JAX
DAMES P.T.AREA-DUNNS PLANTA-
TION, 4/3. over 30K in upgrades, below
appraisal,better than a model home
$289,900.
CRESTWICK CROSSING- Pulaski area.
near schools/ shopping, newer 4/2,
2200sf. approx., priced for quick sale at
$229.900.
BONAPARTE CROSSING, newer home,
4/2, near schools & shops. $234,500
HOME FINDER REALTY
221-1711 OR 241-5501.


IC WEST near Mayo Clinic, 3/2/2, 1750+
sf, remodeled, $274,500 OBO. Independ.
ent Brokers 710-3111.
HIDDEN TREASURER Allantic Beach. 6
blocks from beach., 4BR/3BA, 1700si.
concrete block & stucco Very solid. Lg lot
W/ fruit trees. Very private. Convenient to
golf, tennis, nature park, schools, bike
paths. $310,000. Make II your home
463-3738
REDUCED, INDIAN Woods Neptune Bch
home 4BR/2BA, split plan, w/2 story
workshop. Upgrades Priced under ap.
praised value to sell @ $399,900 Dnve by
1525 Forest Ave. Motivated seller.
Will co-op. 1904)463-7245.
S. JAX Bch, 4/2, newly painted. $350,000
655-3951.
ATLANTIC BEACH duplex, 2BR/1BA
$249,900 Vanguard Realty 463-7343.
$212.000. 3BR/2BA. Beautllull Builtlin '99
wA/g. fenced yard near beaches in quiel
comer of subdivision. Pics & more inlo art
http-//lnloTube.ne/ 152977
170 VISTA Grande 3/2/1. 1100sf, beauti-
fully appointed., $209.900, no condo fees.
327-0558 Candlerhomes.com
ATLANTIC BCH, Dutton Island Preserve
3BR/ 2BA. 1400sl, new red oak floors,
new roof, $208,000. (904)222-1873
3/2/1,1300SF.. new paint, new carpel Lo.
cated off San Pablo in Villages of Pablo
neighborhood. Community pool, tennis
courts. Great investment opportunity.
Close to beach, yard has privacy fence
and deck. Asking $215,000. 220-6911,
553-6105.
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BEAUTIFUL 2BR 2BA townhome. 5
blocks to beach. $220 000. Call realtori
owner (904j742-6423
ATLANTIC BCH- 3i2 new appliances and
carpeting. iirepiace, $189,500. 993-9191.
ATLANTIC BCH- Hidden Cove. 4BR'2BA.
on the waler, new carpet & pamni.
$219,900, 859-7900. :
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3 Blocks to Beach.
2BR,1BA on 60'x150' lot 255 Sherry Dr
$459,000 349-2504
A B TOWNHOuSE- 3/2.5 1600si 2 car
garage. built 2002, $239.9K lirm
'658 Stocks 534-4848.


SOUTHSIDE/ Secret Woods Bnck home,.
3BR /2BA, 1895s1. $28a,900 OBO Bring
all offers. Independent Brokers
710-3111. :
GORGEOUS, 4BR/.3BA. low country
charmer in P.V. Beach sils on large Con-
servation lot and is loaded w'custom up.
grades. $624,900. Call Susan Kennedy 8
The Kennedy Team @ Vanguard GMAC
880-6700.
2BR/2BA CHARMING Villa in PV. Updat-
ed open floor plan end unit in gaied com-
ginuirlicar garagg 1, bqripm lsp
ro.m oerlook ng pond 3mo. lee in.
jludtg.Vrpoji ana ledrin,. coil,' ,1298 0 O-
285-0084
ATLANTIC BEACH
HOME
3BR'1BA, large lol, walk to parks/beach .
Newer kitchen floors and AC. sell oelow
appraisal ai $205,000 Great investment
opponuniry 651-6748 or 247-9244.


OPEN HOUSE- $497K. Sun., 12-4pm,
2985 S Jonn's Blvd So. Jax Bch Park,
pool home. 3BR/2.5BA, sunroom.
t904)270-207.




With an accepted offer
on any of these homes!
Oceanfront S2.75M
6782 A Ave
5/4.5, 4725 sf, pool, spa,
private beach, ICW views
Waterfront S889k
4234 Tradewinds Drive
3/2.5 former model, dock
Water to Golf $750,000
241 Hampton Club Wy
5/5, 5056 sf, 3 car gar, loaded
$25k below appraisal
5/5 Pool in PVB $679k
365 Sawmill Lane
Lakefront, screened pool
4/2, on .27 acres $335k
1502 4th Ave. N. Jax Beach
Updated, hot tub, deck, lanai
3/2.5 $279,900
14417 Pelican Bay
large lake lot, upgraded
Lakefront 3/2 $269,900
4758 Kernan Mill Lane
1934 sf, open, tile, WOW!
3/2 + office $260,000
2465 Misty Water Dr. W.
Fncd yrd, reduced $30k
Adorable 3/2 $209,900
1718 Ashmore Green
New Carpet, paint, treed lot
Jax Beach Condo $145k
1800 The Greens #304
Marshview, apples, lanai


SQUTHSIDE-GLYNLEA PARK, 4/2/2
2432sf, many upgrades, AG pool, and
deck system $235,000, independent brok-
ers 710-3111.


NEW LOW PRICE!


4 bedrooms, 2 baths, remodeled,
wood floors, fireplace, lots of
storage, security system, private
fenced backyard and deck for
outdoor entertaining. Two story concrete block
2 and frame construction. $345,000. MLS# 307163
Juy Nic lOn presents.. Dir:904-280-2820 M .
Eve:904-241-2160 --.-
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PUr 'l V L H V n 1-, I 11:3 jbusi .open
'ilocr plan, icar garage, rickory cabinets
granite countertops, Travertine stone
floors, slate, 'shower. $199900
(904)463-0505.. .
PV 2/2 Galed. iolaliy renovaled. goil
course spa w/tianer, pub room beach
snumie, WBFP. W&D $205.000 Tom
465-2020.
MUST SELL!! 22 112 Townhome in PV
Lakes Please call 333-1969 Ior info. In-
veslors welcome $195.000 OBO Owner
lic.realior.
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH. 3BR.2BA.
vaulted ceiling. beaunilul ile Bngni. open
rloor plan. No dogs T455.000
1'404 325-0820., 4041784.6601
PVB CONDO 2BR'2BA. goll view. close
to beach $202K lease, purchase option
(9041806-1202
'PVB IBRIRBA 550st. tiled. new appian-
ces. ground floor 5139.900 285-6325
OWNER WILL finance. oceanview 2/1
condo $295K Call (9041891-6710.
PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/Dlx
FSBO, Save T.14K New Lakeview. Wi-F,
reason pool. must see $216K. FREE
HDLCD TV. FREE closing! 727-458.
4230. Open Sal.- Sun.


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2006 models must go' Modular, mobile &
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OWN YOUR own offtce space, boalU
barge w/5 built in work sialions on ICW at
Palm Cove Marina Great lax wnle oft
$59,000 OBO Call Guy at 904-614-7740.

2BR 1.5BA Condo Jax Beach, 2nd StI.
North $1150/mo Avail immediately. Call
Todd 993-4884.
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY on water, lish-
erman's delight, lBAilBD. SUulhside,
$770 + down. 221-0847.
NEPTUNE, WALK to ocean large
3BRi1.5BA Upper W/D, sundeck. No pets.
51295/mo Lower Unil large 2BR w/patio
$1225imo Southside area, large 2BR
w/island kitchen. WID, security system. No
pets. $625/mo 223-5211
PVB TOWNHOME. 2BRi1 5BA. wood,
ile, lanai, 1100st. Major appliances ir.clud.
eo. Available 10/15/06. $1050/mo .de.
posit. Cats OK w/oei deposil t904)273-
8236.
PVB TOWNHOUSE- 2BR/1 5BA. com-,
pleteiy remodeled. all new appliances,
next to Sawgrass. great amenines,'.
$1000/mo t deposal 904-571-6967
CLEAN 3BR Townnouse, near ocean,
Neplune Bcn. $1395/mo Charles Leo-
nard. Broker, 241-7675.
JAX BEACH. Immaculate 3BFR2BA unit in
the Palms, ground Iloor lakeview unit. Fit-
ness center pools, tanning, tennis, club-
house. & morel $1350rmo 904-372-9222
Broker.
MAYPORT, 2BR/1BA apt.:; $675/mo.
+$600/dep. CH&A, 280-2728 Iv. msg.
1/2 BLOCK ocean, 2 or 3BR /1BA apt.
Reduced $1260/mo. 249-3970, .
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo.,642-1214 and 241-1219. .
JAX BEACH- 2BR/1IBA dishwasher,
WDHU, CH&A, microwave. 728 8th St.
South. Credit check, no pets, $850/mo.
514-8530.
1BR UPSTAIRS, no smoking, no pets,
$675imo deposit 247-1935
2BR/1BA W/GARAGE,: WDHU, CH&A.
1.5 blocks from beach w/beach access.
$950/mo. 241-2077.
NEPTUNE BCH, 2BR/ 1.5BA, newly reno-.
vated, kit. apple WDHU. Deck overlooking
fenced backyard. No pets or smokers.
$950/mo., $95,0/dep. plus credit check.
(904)221-5833.
S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.
WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH/A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf. 405 14th Ave. S.,
Jax Bch. No pets.- $825/mo, $900/sec.
dep. (904)343L9908.


1 Block from the beach for under $300K! 2/2 upstairs,
double-entry, exposed brick, corner fireplace, quiet
balcony, and much more. Start enjoying your
k jnew life at the beach today!


Call Betzy Santiago
994-3553


Atlantic Ocean! Brand new,
simultaneous closing end of '06.
$829,000 2/2/1716 sf. 7th fir, South
unit.
$1,590.000 3/3.5/2605 sf, 2nd fix,
direct ocean frt.
RI'UiImall mI.I l ,l(' U W i l
Priced reduced! Marsh & natural
preserve! 3/2/2028 sf, open fir plan,
ile thru-out, new SS kit appliances,
re-plumbed '06
MtllUItlliVnlillI]f]IIilli
$582.100 4/3.5/2760 sf, Key West
style 3 stories. St Johns River view/
marsh frt near fee community boat
ramp. ..
DAVID KUO
955-0776
REALTY
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LOVELY 2BR.2BA w 'loh near Beach &
FSBO- OFF Beach'Blvd., close FCCJ & Maypon Naval Stalicin $125.850 Appra.s-
UNF. Concrete block 3BFi 1BA older ed @ 137.000.'Call 904-803-5359
home. $92,060. 945-0226 :. ;TM .,mD A R 5 ,
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WATERFRONT PALM VALLEY
Cusiom home. 2800SF. dock 2 boal lines,
bulknead. 4BR 3BA, pool delacned 3 car
gar. 100x440 beauliluliy reed lot.
$1 475M. 285-0489. ,
3BR/2BA, RIAYMUR Subdivision ofl
Hanshield Rd 9A 8 Merrill Ra righi at 1st
red lighi. 3314 international Village Ct Liv
Rm., Din. Rm, Krl, Breakiast Rm., Kdicnen.
Den. Master bedroom wmiarge oDah. large
tub. enc. shower. huge closet 1950st Se-
curyit system. enclosed garage Call Own-
er. Nick 223.5711 or 612-4800.
2BR!2BA ATLANTIC Beach home on goll
course, $188,500. 247-9850
ATLANTIC BCH. Durton Island Preserve.
4BRi 2.5BA. 2400sf, brand new Key West
sryle home. $415,000 (904)222-1873


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NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. renovated HODGES &.Beaches areas. 1, 2 & 3BR's
2BR, all amenities, avail, soon $1100/mo, w/ gorgeous lake to golf views. From.
247-1417... 1BR, near ocean. $750/mo. $850/mo. 233-4545.,


3BR 2BA doublewide, lot 158 Admiral's
Walk. 2268 Mayport Rd. $800/mo.
$600/dep. Call Doug 571-5083.
ATLANTIC BEACH DUPLEX. 2/1, 2
blocks from beach, Ig deck & backyard,
W/D, storage room. $1200/mo. 318-2121.
OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA. 506 B Ocean,
front. Neptune Beach, Just remodeled.
$1800/mo Including utilities. 45-1046,
1.1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean,, 1stAve. South,
1 BR/1BA. $695/mo (904)891-0606,
(352)478-2161.
JAX BEACH, efficiency, $650/mo.
+$650/dep. 7-12 mo. lease. 294-7163.


MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri-
vate lots. Near Maypon Naval Station. no
dogs, 333-5579.
2BR/1BA TOWNHOUSE, 306 Aquatic.Dr.,
AB. Tiled thru-out, all new appliances,
screened porcn. $900/mo. -$900/dep.
(904)229-9422
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse,
2BRP2.5BA, garage, fenced-in deck and
yard., lile. new carpet. Pets allowed. Bike
to Beach. Satellite ready, $1250/mo.+
Deposit 273-5653
STROLL TO Atlantic Beach Charming
2BR 1BA. CH/A, W/D. $995/mo.. dep +
lease. No dogs, 322-8545
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhome,
2BR/1.5BA, No Pets, 5875/mo.
(904)237-9375.
VILANO BEACH Townhouse, 1000ft to
beach. 2/2. 1 car gar., year lease. Private
beach access. $975/mo (904)294-5498
MAYPORT 3/2 townhouse, $800/mo.,
$775/dep NO PETS. Refs required. Call
Emily 349-4759.
436 5TH Ave. N. 3BR/1BA, eat-In kitchen..
lile Iloors, WDHU. CH&A, detached 1 car
garage S950/mo. +$950/dep. $200 non-
refundable pet deposit 993-8597


JAX BEACH. 3-4BR/2BA apt, WDHU S. JAX Bch. 3BR/1.5BR, tile, spacious LR,
7-blocks to each. 3-4BR1050/mo. depositi WDHUg fenced yard, walk to all, $1000/mo. Pets
7each 1050moneg. w/dep. Call 904-797-2421 Or
716-0579. kald4@yahoo comn


JAX BEACH, 4 Blocks to Ocean.
1BR/1BA Apartment, $585/mo. 220 4th
Street So. (904)891-0606, (3521478-2161


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412 The Palms Jax Beach 2/21
565 Laurel Street Neptune Beach 2/2+ol
703 Villas of Marsh Landing Jax Beach 2/2
36 The Colony Ponte Vedra 2/2
72 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 2/2
728 Belleza Ponte Vedra 22
74,S Marsh Cove Lane Ponte Vedra 3/2+1c
10061 Rough Creek Ponie Vedra/Sa ,grass CC 2/2
1106 Valencia Jax Beach/Beach Pkwy 2/2
74-1 Summerhouse ] Beach Ponte Vedra 3/2


1979 Spoonbill St
52 Turdeback Trail
804 Templeton Lane
106 Bermuda Bay
97 Voyager Court
104 Crossco% e CUrcle
1029 Hanover Lane
224 Seamist Court
lOAThe Waterford
.6033 Bridgewater Circle
1977 Sevilla Blvd.


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$2260 1030)2 Ocean Grande South Ponte Vedra 3/3 2239
$2300 529 Sunset Drne Ponie Vedra 3/2.5 ,2900.
$2400 905 2nd Street North. ICC Jax Beach 3/3 '2444
$2400 505 Seascape Ja i Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 1300
$2500 70 Beach Conttage Lane Atlantic Beach 4/4 2800
$2500 117 Deer Cove DrtKe P6me iedr.a/Nfarht'and1~g'4/2 5 '2000"'
-$2500 703 Landmark .-..----. Jax Beach/Oceanftoni : r3/2 ...,.j 8.,
$2600 408 Seaspray Lane Ponte Vedra by the Sea 4/3 2650
$2600 9910 Preston Trail Ponte \edra/Sawgrass CC 3/2.5 2900
$2700 804 Metropohlan Jax Beach/Oceanview 3/2 1799
'53000 62. Preasre Vie% Dne Palm Valle./Marih Harbor 4/4+boniis rm3100
$3000 2451 South Ponie Vedia Blvd. South Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 3500
$3300 133 Sea Hammock Way Ponte Vedra Oceanfront 212 1614
$3300 570 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 3158


$ 900/% k Beach Club Vtlas Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 600
$1100/.wk49 Tfalon Wa, North Sawg.ass Countor Club 2/2.5 1500,
S1300/w k Deer Run .Sawgrass Country Club 3/2 1600,
$1400 The Colony Ponte Vecdra 2/2 1100
51500 741 Sptnnaker's Reach Sawgrass Beach Club 1/1 700
$1600 Sea Place Atlantc Beach ; 2/2 1200
S1600/s k 2839.S. Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra 3/1.5 1500
$1800/wk2503 S. PonteVedra S. Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2100
$1800/wkThe Retreat Ponie Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
$2000 Las-Brisas Jax Beach/Oceanfront 2/2 1200
$2000 Pelican Point a. Beach/Oceanfront 2/2 1200
$2000 Loggerhead Lane Sawgrass/Pla)era Club 3/2.5 1600
$2000 ,Vista Del Mar Ja\ Beach/Oceanside 3/2' 1700
$2200 Quail Poini D Sawgrass Countr. Club 2/2' 1800
$2300 92 Tifton Wa. North Saw grass Country Club 3/2 1900
$2500 31 Linle Bay Harbor Sawgrass Country Club 2/2.5 1680
$2500/wk728 Oceanfront Neptune Beach/Ocearifront 3/2.5 w/gamerm2600"
$2700/wk2824 Coastal H-I Vilno Beah/Oceanfrc.n/Pnol 6/4 4000
$2800 2841 S. Ponte Vedra Blvd. S. Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 4/2 2100
$3000 703 Landmarki 7 m...m n.iJa.\ Beach Oceanfront 3/2 ,1829
$3900 105 Water Oak .l Water Oak/TPC, 7 ,_. 3/3.5+-office 3200.
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza Jax/Downtown Riverfr6nt 2/2+loft 2100
$5500 1931 Beach Ave(3mo.min.) Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400
** Pets Negotiable No Purebred or mix of the following dogs
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Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082


,JAX BEACH- 2BR cottage near ocean,
CH8A, WDHU. no pets, $925/mo + $500,.
deposit,. 246-3130.
JAX BEACH. Oceanvlew. Renovated.
Hardwood floors, Dishwasher, CIh&A.
1BR/1BA. $800/mo. $850/mo., $1000/imo.
(904)859-1301. (904)553-1354.
ATL BCH, 1BR, 1/2 block ocean.
$800/mo.. dep.. no pets, yr lease.
246-6865 or (919)358-0244.
VILANO BEACH, 4BR/4BA, 2850sf., over-
looking Intercoastal, walk to beach, home
only 4yrs old. $1800/mo. Call Jan Hoff-
man 537-7777 Owner/ agent.
S. JAX Bch, 3/2, $1450/mo. 2 cleaning
services incl. per mo. 655-3951.
TOWNHOME 2BR/1.5BA. I car garage,
1500sI. excellent condition. $900/mo
Available September 30th, 534-1353
PVB, BELLEZA. 2/2, 2nd floor (top), end
unit. vaulted ceilings, W/D, completely
renovated Resort amenities. $1100/mo.
Garage available. (904)629-0046.
BEACHFRONT 1BR/ 1BA. 108 Orange
St, Nep Bch, downstairs, $1100/mo incl.
uni. (661)803-6275.
JAX BCH, 3/2.5, ocean view, $1600/mo.
185 5th Ave S. 318-0044.
2BR/1 5BA, CH&A, WDHU, carpet & por-
celain tile, fenced in back yard 2112 Flori-
da Blvd Neptune Bch. S800/mo, credit
check. 888-259-0783.


IMMACULATE 2BR/1.5BA. 2 blocks to
beach. $1200/mo. +$1200/sec. dep. No
pels. No smoking. Call 463-7020. 249-
3967.
1ST STREET NEPTUNE BCH
2BR/2.5BA Townhome .w/d, .dishwasher,
fireplace, barber carpet, 18" ceramic tile,
private.,balcony.,private patio, $1395/mo.
.Available Oct .st.. 333-8462, Harri an
1.Propedrtis Realtpr. ', -,-


JAX BEACH new 3BR/3BA w/ocean view,
pool, garage, $2100/mo. 223-6896.
CUTE AND cozy beach home, 2BR/1BA,
all appliances, plenty ol storage, lush
landscape, $1200/mo, available now, 435-
3165
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA. 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1250/mo + deposit,
614-5278 .. ..


SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/2.5BA, 1 car ga-
rage on quiet cul-de-sac. Available
10/1/06. $1450/mo. 655-3491.


OCEAN WALK, 4/2, 2185st. Formal
LR/DR. family room w/tplace, EIK, break-
fast bar, carpet, ceramic tile. pool, pool
service included, $2100/mo. TDO Mgml
Services 246-1125.
PALM VALLEY, 3BR/2BA, Mobile home,
Quiet and Serene. Month-to-month lease.
$950/mo. Owner- Agent, Cornerstone Re-
ally, Inc. 904-339-0231.
ATLANTIC BCH/ Maypon, Spacious 3/2,
+bonus room, fireplace, fenced yard, pest
control included. No smoking/pets. Availa-
ble 10/3. $1150/mo .-deposit. 755-4038.
S JAX Bch 2BR/2BA fully furnished, 1
car garage, fenced yard. Incl. wireless, in-
temet, & cable. Completely updated. 3
blocks from beach. For photos e-mail ma-
riaeugeniarolo@oellsouth.net. $1500/mo
Long term lease. (407) 394-5858.
N. JAX Bch, 3BR/2BA, living, dining, large
kitchen, screened patio, fenced rear yard,
newly remodeled, $1250/mo + deposit
536-6400.
3BR 2 5BA, pool. waterfront w/ dock, ga-
rage, fenced yard. Isle of Palms
$1750/mo. (352)636-2151.
JAX BEACH- 909 7th Ave. North,
2BR/1BA house w/screened in porch,
fenced yard, CH&A, $970/mo.
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.

OLD ATLANTIC BCH
1660 Beach Ave. (across from ocean). Lg
3BR 2.5BA townhome (2150sf), frplc.,
fenced yard, deck, small pet negot.
$1750/mo. (904)477-0102.


JAX BCH, 3/1, 2.5 car gar., laenced yard,
$1300/mo.836 9th Ave N. 318-0044.
ATLANTIC BEACH, SELVA LAKES 2BR
2.5BA townhome. vaulted ceilings, IrpIc,
Ng heated & A/C Flgrida room. 2car gar..
Dcommlbh-FI t, bmetnr&fiew carpet, on
lake, 4 blocks to beach, lyr lease. Avail.
October, $1350/mo Call 246-8294.
NEPTUNE BY THE SEA 605 Cherry St.,
3/2, 2 car gar, NS/ NP. $1500/mo. 4-dep.
(904)307-1905.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA home, can.
H/A. WDHU, $1150, 514-1090.
ICW SPACIOUS POOL HOME 3/2 on
lake, 1850 sq ft W/D. 2 car, sm. pet OK,
$1400, 699-2245
4 BLOCKS TO BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA town-
house, tile & wood laminate flooring
throughout $1000/mo. Call 868-7702.
JAX BEACH. 3BR/1.5BA home, 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec dep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. off Penman and North 12th
Ave Call 246-8970 or 591-1218
JAX BEACH- near ocean, 3BR/1BA.
Lease, references required. 218 4th Ave.
South.. $1195/mo (904)221-4134, 703-
5518
ATLANTIC BCH, 4BR/2.5BA. complete
remodel, fenced yard, 2-car garage and
off street parking, near Mayport, schools,
and beaches, $1500/mo .deposit. 869
Gavagan. Call for appt. (904)-910-6052.
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
Walk to beach and Town Center from this
lovely 4BR/2.5BA beach bongalow,
charming front porch & fenced yard plus a
detached bldg. with 2 car gar, hugh stor-
age room, and bonus room (great for
home office/ studio) Available late October
$1850/mo Call 242-0203 soon
ICW, 340 Curriuck W, 3/2 1 car garage,
large master. $1150/month deposit. Call
334-2300
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S JAX Bch,'ast of 3rd, 3/2, $21,00/mo.
Call Sam 249,3403.


RENTA


WATERFRONT LUXURIOUS 3BR 3BA w/
office. 4700st condo. Located on Inter-
coastal in new development. All amenities
Incl. with or without boat slip. Unfumished
Looking for long term lease- 1-2 yr rental
For more details 398-9080 ext. 211
PONTE-.VEDRA.-Walk To Beacfi. Fumig-'
ed 1BR/1BA, waler-to-golt view, pool,
tennis. S1250/mo. includes utilities.
396-9544 or (904)608-0962 .
COURTYARDS AT Mayport 1, 2BR/2BA,
CH/A. new appliances, unfurnished, newly
renovated, hardwood & tile floors.
$1050/mo+- dep. Utilities. Pets ok.
(843)764-0449.
OCEAN FRONT Jax Beach 2BR/1BA just
renovated, granite, new appliances, 20"
porcelain tile, stunning bath, top floor,
$1950/mo. 233-7702.
VILLAS/ MARSH Landing- 2BR/2BA.
W/D, screened porch, gated, fitness, pool.
close to beach, $995/mo + deposit Availa-
ble November 1st. 247-9727.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Seaplace- 1 blk to
ocean. 2/2, pool side. Remodeled. No
pets. $975/mo., yr lease, dep. 249-7967.
PONTE VEDRA Summer House.
2BR/2BA condo, washer/ dryer.
$1100/mo 904-687-9371
1/1 PLUS porch w/TV $850/mo. includes
water. New: tile, carpet, W/D, gated, pool,
gym. Please call 509-6895 Avail 8/1.
"LIKE NEW 2/1, 2 blocks to ocean. SJB.
S1000/mo. 904-537-4732.
1BR/1BA in The Grand Reserve. near
UNF/ Beaches. W/D included, Vaulted
ceiling: FP, Golf course side/ view. Ameni-
ties Include swimming pool, hot tub, gym,
volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts.
$980/mo. +$980/dep. Call 904-292-1719
PONTE VEDRA, Luxury 1/1 patio home,
walk to beaches, pond view, pool/
health club amenities, $1099/mo.
407-448-5635.


ATLANTIC BEACH
CYPRESS COVE
3/2 house, $995/mo. Avail. now
PONTE VEDRA
PV LANDING
3/2, 2 car garage, avail, now, $1175/mo,
ICW
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK
3/2, $1050/mo. Avail now.
1 WOLFCREEK
3/2.5 townhouse, 1 car ga. $i 350/mo.;
KERNAN FOREST
2/2 condo. $930/mo. Avail. now
THE VALLEY
2/2, $950/mo. Avail now.
MERRILL PINES
3/2. $1050/mo Avail now.
RIVERBROOK
3'2, $1295/mo. Avail. now
DANFORTH .
4/2, $1595/mo.
KENSINGTON
3'2. cul-de-sac. $1250/mo..
EGRET GLADE
3/2, 2 car gar., new carpet & paint.
avail. 9/20. $1195/mo
HAWKINS COVE
4/2.2 car gar., avail. 11/1, $1595/mo
SOUTHSIDE
SONOMA SOUTHSIDE
3/2. $1395/mo.
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
4/2.5, 3 car gar. almost 3000st. avail. 8/1,
$1900/mo
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
VICTORIA LAKES
3t2, $1395/mo. Avail now.
TIDEWATER
4/3, 3 car gar., $1895/mo.
4/3, 3 car gar. $1925/mo.
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4/3. 2 car garage, 2200s., $1395/mo.
4/2, brand new home. 2100+sl., 1450/mo
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.


JAX BEACH, 2 homes, 3BR/2BA and
3BR/1BA.: $1300/mo. and $1150/mo. plus
deposit. CH&A,; WDHU, fenced. No pets.
Bentin Dr. S; off Penman. Call for details.
249-3214,945'-3303. _
1649 LANDING, Nep Bch. 3BR 2BA, com-
pletely updated, beautiful neighborhood, Ig
enced yard, .2 car gar. &,RV parking.
$1600/mo., deposit req'd. By appi. only
(904)910-6052
PONTE VEDRA L'Atrium, 2BR/2BA, ga-
rage, pool, tennis, orange, lemon and
grapefruit trees, $1150/mo. Available im-
mediately. 285-9884.
ATLANTIC/ MAYPORT/ Oak Harbor
1129 Sebago Ave. South. Beautiful 3/2,
fenced yard, all new kitchen, appliances,
bath, tile & carpet $1200/mo year lease,
no pets, 631-3583.
INTRACOASTAL SPRINGBROOK,
3BR/2BA, 2car garage, fireplace, bull
2003 Community pool and gym. Only
$1350/mo. includes asso. fee and yard
maintenance, Call Rose (904)403-5536.
OLD PV 4BR/2BA home, 3 lots from
ocean. 2400 sf. wbfp. fenced yard, lully re-
modeled kitchen, blinds throughout.
$2250, 220-6244
3BR/2BA IN PVB, 2 car garage, new ev-
erything. lanced yard, pets negotiable.
$1600/mo -utlillies. Joe @ 923-7066.
ISLE OF Palms. 3BR 1.5BA, 1660sf, 2 car
gar..$1550/mo. 14525. Luth Dr. N. Call
Cindy 962-3713.
JAX BEACH- 428 3rd Ave. So., 2BR/1BA
house. CH&A, fenced yard, $825/mo,
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.
1/2 MILE to Beach $1500/mo., 3BR/2.5BA
home. 2 car garage, on cul-de-sac,
Ig.yard, wood deck, pnvacy fence.
Call Amy 786,205-1631 or email:
macs@adelphia.net.
3BR/1BA JAX Beach house, bike to
beach, quiet street, no smoking, no pels,
$600 deposit. $900/mo. 962-2830.
TOWNHOUSE NEAR Flelcher, 4 blocks
to beach, 2BR/ 1.5BA, hardwood floors.
CH&A. WD. dishwasner $1100/mo. in-
cludes NB utilities. 904-280-7823.
NORTH JB, 3BR/1BA, CH&A, WDHU, tile,
fan, lawn and pest Included. $1100/mo .
Available now. 249-1104. Pager 306-
2999.
ABi MAYPORT 5BR home 2 living areas
+ sunroom, new wood floors. $1300/mo.
233-1346.
PONTE VEDRA- EAST OF A1A.
3BR/2BA+ office, 2000sf., 2 car garage.
Courtyard pool, lawn/pool service includ-
ed. Pets OK 51900/mo. (904)703-0242.
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 1 blk. to
ocean, 3BR/2.5BA, 1850sq. h., avataibe
now, 219-2481.


PVB SOUTH
Ocean Grande, 3/3 Luxury home,
$2800/mo.
PVB
Grand Cay Villas 2/2 $1050/mo.
MARSH LANDING
The Palms, 2/2. $1150/mo.
BAYMEADOWS
Tne Landings at Belle Rive. Brand new
2/2 w/ garage $1150/mo. 3/2 w/garage
$1295/mo.
REGENCY AREA
Kendall Poinie. Brand new, free cable &
inlemrnet, 2/2, $950/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Close to Base, 2/1, 91 Stanley Road #4,
$675/mo..
REALTY EXECUTIVES
(904)273-3939 or (904)610-6460.


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PONTE VEDRA- new 2BR/2BA w/washer
dryer, top floor comer, beach access, goll,
luxury amenities, no smoking/pets
$1100/mo + deposit. 755-4038
PVB COLONY, MOTIVATED. 2BR/2BA,
1200sf. fireplace, W/D, 2nd floor, new car-
pet, huge ceilings $1175/mo. 635-6375.
BRAND NEW OCEANVIEW luxury condo
3/2. 2 garage spots, pool, spa. $1795/mo,
631-0679
OLD PV, new 1BR/1BA, fp Tram to
ocean, screen porch, gated comm., ten-
nis/ pool/ club house, bike or walk to TPC,
Sawgrass VII & bch.. $1200, 220-6244


10 MONTH old Shihtzu male. bik/whi,
$300 neg.,721-3787.
PIT BULL/ LAB mix, puppies 3 males
and 6 females available Shols and
wormed. $20 to gooa home. 743-2042
6 AUSTRAILIAN Shepherd Border Collie
pups. Must see $100. 5 Pit Bull, brindle
pups $150; 860-0318.


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


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


PVB- 2BR/2BA, SummerHouse, 5-star
amenities, prime unit with pool and lake
view; Rent only $1000/mo. Call
(904)338-4137.


OFFERING GENERAL law practice spe-
cializing In bodily injury, wrongful death.
Call Rob Cook,Attomey (904)797-8225.


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JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA, split floor plan,
fireplace. 1028 4th St N., blocks from
beach. $1050/mo. 728-3000 (days),
786-2757 (evenings).
PVB HOTSPOT Summer House, East of
A1A, 2BR/1BA condo, $1100/mo.
230-2221.
$215,000- 2/2, garage, all appl. incl., Jar-
din De Mer, 247-4211.
SAWGRASS/ OCEAN Grove,. 1BR/1BA
w/loft as bed/ office/ gym. Pets OK. All
new interior in 2005. Extras: W/D, ceiling
fans, fireplace, tile in laundry and
screened porch. $1100/mo. +1mo. depos-
it.. Call Bruce at 377-5051.+.
PVB, BELLEZA, 2/2, 2nd floor (top), end
unit, vaulted ceilings, W/D, completely
renovated. Resort amenities. $1100/mo.
Garage available. (904)629-0046..
DECORATOR HIGH END 2BR/2BA,
ocean front condo, living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean w/balcony.
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
furnished, great,amenities, including cov-
ered parking, pool, -hot' tub, tennis, and
sandy beach. Call for more details,
398-9080 ext 211.
2/2 BELLEZA condo, vaulted ceilings, 3rd
floor, newly remodeled, fully carpeted/
filed, $1100/mo. 904-294-9927.
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, brand new,
2BR/2BA w/fireplace- and appliances.
5-star amenities, gated community.
$1050/mo. Kimmie 904-333-8604.
2BR/2BA, GATED. all amenimies
5925/mo., near Avenues mall. 519.5640
PVB. SPACIOUS, 1200sf., 2BR/2BA. Lots
of amenities. $950mo Call 234-2646
1ST MONTH RENT FREE
2/2 condo. marsh view at Deach 2nd tloor.
Irplc., W/D. scr. lanai, garage, pool. lacuz-
zi, gym. $1100mo Call Tania (904)874-
4714
SUMMERHOUSE COMMUNITY- 2BR/
2BA. ground l1oor, galed community. 5
star living Call Steve Macri, Country Club
Real Estale 1904)662-9015


2BR/1 5BA, PRIVATE lot $650/mo 273-
0857 Ive message.


OCEANFRONT 2BR. weekly monthly,
pool. Call 463-7343.
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes. Weekly/moninly Visit us ar
laxbeacnrental corn or 535-3911 or
535-3828.
OCEAN PARK SUITES
Luxury furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suiles
High Quality King Beds.
Equipped Kilchens.
2nd Streel & 51h Ave. South
www.oceanparksuites.com
(904)318-0044

S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly 241-0267
www.rentjacksonvillebeach.com


OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
(904)249 8?69


SHARE 4BR/ 2BA house, $300mo rent
witn utilities, $100idep. No drugs 537.
2057
ATLANTIC BCH- beauilul. sit floor l 2) '
story Townhome 235-9304
ROOMMATE WANTED -M/F $650 +1/3
fees and utilities Exclusive Miravisia.
gated. pool, hoit ub. healln club. waier-
front wmarnna view Room nas own bairn-
room, brand new large unit, 2700l1
(904)463-2845


JAX BEACH. walk tia-eech. bonom floor
bedroom, pnraie bath 5500rnmo 237-
4354 .
NEW RESIDENCE, master bedroom w/
private bath for rent. $650/mo. 237-4354



MASSAGE THERAPIST office, shared
space, fully equipped. Downtown. San
Marco area, separate entrance $400/mo.
includes utilities. 465-2653. 463-0222
APPROXIMATELY 750 st quality ohice
space overlooking golf course in S Jax
Beach. Call 241-5553 x15
INDIVIDUAL QUALITY Executive Office,
overlooking golf course in S. Jax Beach
Call 241-5553 x15.
OFFICE spaces for rent- A large 12'x24'
room (could be two 12x12 rooms) Sepa-
rate back door entrance electric & waler
Incl. Located on 3rd St., Jax Bch
(904)249-3863.
OFFICE SPACE for rent in Jax Bch
994-2945, 2269788
LARGE 1 room healthcare office Share
common areas, bathrooms, office manage.
er, ample parking, 3rd Stieel, Neptune
Bch. 241-0666.


NEW COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE/
shop space and lot for lease Starting -
$500/mo. (904)514-1090.


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DATED:iAUGUT3, 00


NOTICE OF DATED: AUGUST 31,2006 .
NOTICE /Fs/Pat Swartos, County Clerk
PUBLIC HEARINGS /s/A.Nussbaum, Deputy Clerk
CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH
BL 9/13,9/20,9/27/06
Notice Is hereby given the City Commis- ..
sion of Atlantic Beach, Florida will hold a NOTICE OF ACTION
Public Hearing In City Hall, 800 Semlnole
Road, at 7:15 pm. on Monday, Septem- BEFORE THE BOARD OF Emergency
ber 25, 2006 for the purpose of hearing Medical Services
and considering the views of the public
concerning the following proposed ordi- IN RE: The license to practice Emergency
nance: Medical Services of
ORDINANCE NO. 80-06-73 Keith Foley
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 400 E. Bay Street, Suite 1201
22 UTILITIES, ARTICLE II, SECTION 22- Jacksonville, FL 32202
27 CHARGES FOR WATER SERVICE,
TO INCREASE THE WATER BASE AND CASE NO.: 2005-70585
VOLUME CHARGES! FOR RESIDEN-
TIAL, IRRIGATION AND COMMERCIAL LICENSE NO.: 506198 (Paramedic)
CUSTOMERS: AMENDING ARTICLE III
WASTEWATER SYSTEM, DIVISION The Department of Health has filed an.Ad-
SEVEN, SEWER USER RATES AND ministrative Complaint against you, a copy
CHARGES, SECTION 22-166 MONTHLY of which may be obtained by contacting,
WASTEWATER BASEt FACILITY Reginald Dixon, Assistant Anorney Gener-
CHARGES TO INCREASE RESIDENTIAL al Office ol the Anorney General., PL01,
AND COMMERCIAL BASE CHARGE The Capitol Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
RATES. AND AMENDING SECTION 22- 1050.185014143300
167 SCHEDULE OF WASTEWATER
VOLUME CHARGES TO INCREASE THE If no contact lias beer made by you con.
RATES FOR WASTEWATER VOLUME cerning the above b, Ociober 18, 2006.
CHARGES FOR RESIDENTIAL AND the malner ol the Administrative Complaint
COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERS will be presented at an ensuing meeting ol
the Board ol Emergency Medical Services
ORDINANCE NO. 45-06-18 in an informal proceeding
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE .
j OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF AT-. In accordance with, the Amenrcans with
LANTIC BEACH. AMENDING CHAPTER Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
20, TAXATION. ARTICLE III, OCCUPA- accommodation to participate in this pro-
TIONAL LICENSE TAX. AMENDING THE ceeding should contact the individual or
TERM LOCAL OCCUPATIONAL LI- agency sending this notice not later than
CENSE TAX TO LOCAL BUSINESS TAX. seven days prior 10o Ihe proceeding at the
AMENDING SECTION 20-51, DEFINI. address' given on the notice. Telephone:
TIONS. TO CHANGE ,THE TERM FOR (850)414-4706, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
LOCAL OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE TO, 1-8004955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay
LOCAL BUSINESS TAX AND TO ADD A Service.
DEFINITION FOR RECEIPT AS IT RE- .
LATES TO BUSINESS TAXES, AMEND- BL9/13.9/20.9/27.10/4/06
ING SECTION 20-59, SCHEDULE OF
FEES;'AMENDING PROVISIONS.IN AR- NOTICE OF ADOPTION
TICLE IV. INSURANCE PREMUM' TAX- To: Curtis "Lee rant, '-or any other un-
ES. SECTIONS 20.76 THROUGH 20-78.
TO CO JFORM TO THIS NEW TERMI- known putative biological father, and legal
NOLOGY. PROViDIN.G AN EFFECTIVE father of Brandon Deon Grant, and Curtis
DATE Lee Williams, whose last known address
DATE is unknown-
The lull text of he above ordinance Is You are hereby notified that on August
avilable ior public Inspection in the office 11, 2006 a Peiti, on or Adoption 1 Bran-
of' The City Clerk don DeonGrant, a male child and Curtis
ot rh.e Cy Clerk ,Lee Williams. a male child born to SharOn-
All pasons inleraeste are notified Ito be da Denise Williams. In Blob County and
present at the time and place listed above. Chatham County Georga, as filed n the
present at the time and place nistedraboe- Superior Court of Cobb County, Georgia,
and, they shall be heard If any person de- Adop tio"No. "06A128-05. On Agust 15,'
cides to appeal any decision at any meet- Aponn No e Crthpassd n Order filAung
ing or hearing, he will need a record of the 2006, the Court passed aon Order fixingoeer
proceedings. and for such purpose he hearing upon said Petition for November
may need to ensure hai a verbatim record 20, 2006 at 10 30 a.m. in the Cha rbes f
of he proceedings is made, which record JudgRobinsona areta. Cobb County
shall include Ine reslimonv and evidence paGeorgi enal rights you may have Wth
upon.whih appealis..o.be..'...All parental fighls you may have with
upo.-n which appeal s to be oased respect 1o the minor cnlld will be lost and
in accordance wih Ine Americans willn you will neither receive notice nor be enir
Disaoilties Act. persons needing a special led to oactto the adoption o the child
Accommodation to participate In these ss; ologcal faer) wirin thirty
proceeding shouldconiacte the City 130) days from the date ol the last publica-
Clerk's office at 247-5809, or at City Ha lion of this notice you file 11) a Petition to
800 Seminole Road. Legitimate the child pursuant to the Orti-
800 Seminoe Roclal Code ol Georgia Annotated Section
BL ,'131o6 19-7-22; (2) notice of the filing of such Pe-
tironto1eg3/06ewir1 e-upr-o..~r


SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINUI UN
: COUNTY OF MASON
. :' JUVENILE COURT
No 06-7-00045-7
NOTICE AND SUMMONS FOR
PUBLICATION
In re ine Dependency of:
STABITHA CHAMBERLAIN
DOB 04/17/03
Minor Child
TO KENNETH METZLER Alleged Father,
Whom it may concern, unknown biological
father, or anyone expressing a paternal in-
ierest in Ithe above-named children:
i. NOTICE OF HEARING
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a petition
nas been filed in mis coun by Ine Wash-
inglon Slate Department of Social and
"Health Services, on March 24. 2006, In
wriih ,I i alleged irial dependency shoula
be aslablished on behalf of the above.
named child
A FACT-FINDING HEARING WILL BE
HELD on this matter on:
DATE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2006
TIME: 1:00 p.m.
PLACE: Mason County Juvenile Court-
house
419 N. 4th Street, Shelton, WA 98584
IF YOU DO NOT APPEAR the court may
enter an order in your absence which-
esiaolishes dependency. placing the
above-named child in Ihe custody of
DSHS.


II. SUMMONS
*YOU ARE SUMMONED AND REQUIRED
TO APPEAR al the hearing on the date,
time and place indicated. The purpose of
-the hearing is to hear and consider evi-
dence on tre peli on


YOU HAVE THE RIGHT to be represent-
: e' by an attorney al any hearings on the
petion regarding the above-named child,-
to10 introduce evidence, to be heard on your
own behalf. to examine witnesses, to re-
:eive a decision based solely on Inhe evi-
dence adduced at the nearing, and to an
unbiased fact-finder.
S.OU HAVE THE RIGHT, if you are ihdi-
geni and cannot afford an attorney, to
nave an arlorney appointed lor you by the
"coun in order 10 apply for a court-appoint-
ed anorney. conlact Mason County Juve-
rile Court by telephone at 360-427-9670
of in person at 419 N. 4th Street, Shelton,
WA 98584. An attomey can look at the so-
cial and legal files In this case, talk to the
social worker. tell you about the law, help
you understand your rights, and help you
at trial
YOU MAY BE responsible for the financial
support o01 the above-named child if the
Child is placed in oul-of-home care.
YOU SHOULD BE PRESENT AT THIS
HEARING II you do not come, the judge
will not hear what you have to.say. If you
desire additional information about your,
child, you should contact the Depanmenl
61of Social and Healhn Services at 360-432-
2050
NOTICE: A DEPENDENCY PETITION
S BEGINS A PROCESS WHICH, IF THE
CHILD IS FOUND DEPENDENT, MAY
RESULT IN PERMANENT TERMINA-
TION OF THE PARENT CHILD RELA-
TIONSHIP WITHIN 6 MONTHS OF A
FINDING OF DEPENDENCY.


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NOTICE


If a person decides-to appeal'any decision
by the Planning Commission with respect
to any matter considered at' any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, anId, for such purpose, such
person 'may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings Is made,
which record Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is to be
based.. '. '
!Therpublic is encouraged to speak on Is-
sues on this Agenda that concern .them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
prior o the beginning of ihe meeting.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Acl and Section 286 26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to:partici-
pale in inis meeting should contact the
Planning and Developmenl Department
no later han 5:00 p.m on Ine day preced-
ing the meeting


BL 9/13/06

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liion to Legillmale witn Ine Supeno i Coun rt .at
of Cobb County; and (3) serve a copy ol LOST DOL
the Petiton to Legitimate on Ihe under- tween Bay
signed attorney for the Pelilioner seeking value -247
to adopt the cnild; (mother or legal lalher value 247
you make a timely appearance and objec, 'l.
, lion in the pending adoption. M
This 24th day ol August 2006 HEAVY EQ
Clerk of Superior Court employme
Cobb County. Georgia era sDump
BL 9/6, 9 i13. 920/06 cavaors N


PUBLIC NOTICE
The'Board of Adjustment .for the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold -public hearings on Tuesday, Octo-
ber 31 2006 at 7:00 p.m. In Ine Council
Chambers, located al tI North 3rd Street,
'Jacksonville Beach to consider Ihe follow-
Ing variance applications:
BOA 06-100217 City of Jacksonville'
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) e, for 42% lot cover-
age In lieo o 5f'5' ftakilhum fi~Mitlldt
for a new single family dwelling, for
property located at '3772 Poinciarta
Blvd, more specifically, Lot 1, Block 12,
Ocean Terrace.
BOA 06-100218 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-373 (c), for no turning and ma-
neuvering space associated with 7
parking spaces adjacent to 11th Street
North to allow for a new hotel, for prop-
erty located at 1101 Beach Blvd, more
specifically, B de Castro y Ferrer Grant,
Section 38.
BOA 06-100219 City of. Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) c.2, for corner side
. yards of 15 feet In lieu of 17 feet to al-
low for improvements to a single family
dwelling, for property located at 88
Oakwood Roacp, more specifically, Lot
5, Block 17, Ocean Forest, Unit 3.
A copy ol the above referenced applica
tion(s) is available for review in Ine office
of the Planning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 North 3rd Sireel. during normal
business hours (M-F, 8a-5pi
Board of Adjustment
City of Jacksonville Beach
NOTICE

If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Board of Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered. at any meeting.
such person may need a record ol Ine
proceedings, and. lor such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is to be
based. '
The public :s encouraged to speak on Is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to. the' recording secretary
riorto the beginning of the meeting.
n accordance with the Americans .with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting: should contact the
Planning and Developmeht Department
no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 9/13/06

AUCTION NOTICE
Nolice is hiereby given Inal pursuant to the
Sell-Siorage Facilly Ad' Florida Siatules
Secllon 1. Pan IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982: The personal property
consisting of luirniture clothes, personal


ment Assl
Services (I
toperalor cc


LPHIN nng on the beach be-
and Magnolia Sts sentimental
-7679


UIPMENT Operator training for
t: Bulldozers, Backhoes, Load-
Trucks, Graders. Scrapers. Ex-
alional Centification, Job Place-
islance, Associated Training
300)251-3274 www.equipmen-
om ,


MATH, TUTORING. Middle, High School
and College.-FCAT & Home School assis-

tande at all levels Retired certified teach-
,er. Call 910-6652'for personal consulta-
tion.
BEGINNER ISRAELI Dance workshop
9/17, 1-3pm, $20. Weekly classes starting
9/18, 7:30-9:30pm, $10. Cobalt Moon
Center. 217 1st St.. Neptune Beach, 742-
0188. www.tladancpgypsy.opqm
MATH TUTOR- Expernenqed, Cenified
Math Teacher will tutor students grades
K-12. Call Stacie @ 249-2293.
MATH TEACHER/ Tutor, 3 mornings a
week, $60.00-75.00 an hour depending on
experience. To teach 4 children ages 13.
11, 10, & 7. A Christian home schooling,
family in the beaches area is looking for a,
caring, intelligent, energetic person who
loves children & math. Positions will re-
quire a BS in math and previous teaching
experience. You must be a non-smoker:
without pet allergies and be able to pro-
vide own transportation to and from work.
E-mail your resume to jobsforseven@ya-
hoo.com.
PIANO LESSONS
All levels, styles & ages. Will come.to your
home. Piano' Tuning also available
241-4954, 655-3300.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
inis category please call 904-249-9033 or
email- classifieda@Deachesleader.com
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator CERTI-
FIED. Hands on Training: Job Placement
.Assistance. Call Toll Free (866)933-1575.
Associated Training Services, 5177 Ho--
mosassa Trail, Lecanto, Florida, 34461.
ATTEND COLLEGE online, from home.
Medical, Business, Paralegal; Computers,
Criminal Justice. Job placement assis-
tance Computer provided. Flnancial.ald'if
qualtied (866)858-2121 www OrlinleTide-
WaterTecn corn .
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid training for
high paying Aviation Career. FAA predicts
severe shortage. Financial aid if qualify -
Job 'placement assistance. CALL AIM
(888)349-5387.


STYLIST NEEDED high comm. or booth
rental, 249-3011. .


Items household goods etc. of:
MASON COOKSEY Unit 637S
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
12:00 Noon, on September 27, 2006, to
satisfy Ilen) for past due rents, costs
and fees. Disposition will take place at:
A1A Self-Storage, 1040 A1A Highway
North, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL: 32082.
A1A Self Storage reserves the right to
rejectany bid and to establish minimum
bids to compen-sate for all costs.
Payment for goods must be in cash only.
W inning bidder will have 24 hours to
remove goods from storage or
pay for storage space.
BL 9/13, 9/20/06
PUBLIC NOTICE

The Planning Commission for-the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold .a public hearing on Monday, Sep-
tember 25, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Council Chambers, located at 11 North
3rd Street, Jacksonville Beach to consider
the following thiee appiioaions ,
PC#27-06 Conditional Use approval of
an auiomolive repair snop in a Commer-
cial General C-2 zoning disltct, pursuant
lo Section 34-343 id)t4) ol ihe Jackson-
vile Beach Land DeveiopmenI Code. io
allow Ine Iransier o0 ownership ol an exist-
ing business The property is localed at
1281 Beach Blvd. more specifically descri-
oed as LOt 22, Ine west ? ol Lol 23, & the
south part of ,Lot 31 lying thereof,- Pins
Grove Uhit No.. .
The above' .,referenced applications are
available for review in the office of the
Planning and Development Department,
City Hall, 11 North 3rd Street, during nor-
mal business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm).
Planning Commission
City, of Jacksonville Beacn


CREW LEADER
Must be able to oversee' a crew of 6-8
people Be motivated, dependable and a
multi- tasker. Some computer skills 5pm-
11pm or later Call Debbie after 5pm
285-3400 ext 3352.

NURSES
Weekends 7pm to 7am every Saturday
and Sunday at a Premier Retirement
Community Health Center. Applications
available at Fleet Landing Security Gale,
One Fleet Landing Blvd Atlanhtc Beach,
FL. Fax to 1904)246-9447. e-mail Io:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace
P/T RECEPTIONIST. Good computer. &
,phone skills, flexible i-ours w/ non-prolil
ouseing. Fax resume to 339-0262. EOE.


Part-Time
A+ certified preferred extensive
hard% are and software
experience necessary. Excelent
customer skills.
Apply in person with resume
Pride Computer
Systems
South Beach Regiofial
Shopping Center
(next to Bed, Bath & Beyond)


(next 4 *,lf ll 'X EB


CASA MARINA now hiring lull a fd' pal
Time hotel Receptionisri& Waitslaff. Please
apply in person at 691 1st St N. in Jack-
sonville Beach.
RELIABLE DRIVER/ helper needed; Con-
struction exp. a. plus. Tony 476-7279 Iv
m sg. '
LEARN THE irade, become an Oplical
Lab Technician, no experience necessary.
This opportunity does nol come around of-
ten, act on iti If you are dependable, eager
to learn, and ready for a rewarding career
we will train you in being a vital team
member in constructing the Worid?s Best
Sunglasses. Apply in person al 76 Levy
Road Allanlic Beach, FL 32233
PARTFULL TIME office help needed lor
busy oul-palient pnysical therapy clinic,
evenings and Sat. am nours needed, du-
ties to includee scheduling, aulhorizaions,.
and clerical work For more inlormalton.
al l 47-3324 or fax resume To 247-3926


P/T CHILD Care needed for Infant In Nep-
tune Beach. Must be honest, loving, de-
pendable '& flexible. Exp & references a
must. Call 885-3335.
MANACURIST NEEDED, hfgh comm. or
booth rental, 249-3011.
BANQUET SERVERS & BEVERAGE
CART. Marsh Landing Country Club in
Ponte Vedra Beach Is now hiring for part-
time banquet servers and beverage cart
staff. Apply In person at the Clubhouse
Tuesday -Saturday. Call 285-6515 for di-
rections. Drug testing/ EOE.
CARING ADULT needed for 4 hours each
Sunday morning to staff church nursery in
Atlantic Beach. Contact Nancy 249-8698.
EXPERIENCED ALTERATION Person
needed. Part-time, Full time. Please call
241-5611.
COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra, area, PIT,
afternoons & Saturday. Call 285-5644.
YOU ARE INVITED! Where: Palms Pres-
byterian Church, When: Sunday mornings,
Why: We need you to play with and care.
for our nlie angels in our nursery. Please
call Julia at 904-285-0650 lor more info.
SEEKING AFTERNOON Teacher Must be
responsible and loving. Call 249-9080
CULINARILY BLESSED? Put your skills
0o use in ministry and get money in your
pocket Local church seeking part-time
cooKi event coordinator for Wednesday
evening programs and occasional church
events. Contact Debbie at 221-1700 or tax
resume to 221-9191.
'PERSONAL/ ADMINISTRATIVE Asst.
needed. Computer knowledge helpful.
3-4/days per week, 4-6/hrs. per day; Per-
sonal assistance with home and dog care.
Please call 304-3265, 8am-5pm.
PROFESSIONAL 8, energeticpart-tlme re-
ceptionist needed at a busy animal hospl-
ltal Experience helpful, but not a must Ap-
ply in person @ Atlantic East Pet Center,
519 Atlantic Blvd., All. Bch.
PERSONAL TRAINERS needed for PV
business. We will certify. but applicant
must have knowledge ol cardio & muscu-
lar exercise.-Great growth opportunity with
largest P.T. organization in the world.
285-3236. www.ftpontevedra.com


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WE'RE RAISING pay for Florida Regional
drivers! Home every weekend! Home dur-
ing ihe week! Solid weekly miles' 95% no
louchl Preplanned freight! $.43 per mile
Heartland Express I800)441 .4953
www.heanlandexpress.com.
*
GREENFROG PEST PREVENTION
Join our team. Our company has openings
for our service depl, good salary, must
possess a good driving record, be custom-
er Friendly. We otier company vehicle,
paid vacation and holidays. Leap over to
us. Apply at 159 19th Street N. Jax:
Beach. 242 9002.
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put e.sIsIIS. uispaicning expense nec-
essary. Call 249-4426 for appt.
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
OPERATOR'
City of Atlantic Beach. $12.48/hr.;
$25,958/yr. +benefits. Performs 911 &
normal' dispatch duties. Shift work to in-
clude weekends and holidays. Applica-
tions accepted until 9/27/06, at 800 Semi-
nole Rd., Ati. Beach, FL 32283. Test date:
10/07/06. For more info visit www.coab.us
or call (904)247-5820. No smokers/ tobac-
co users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.


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NUTRITIONAL SERVICES
COOK
Full-Time, 5:30am-2pm at Premiere Re-
tirement Community Health Center. Excel-
lent benefits, good working environment.
Nursing Home cooking experience de-
sired. Applications available at Fleet Land-
ing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-
9447; email to: jobs@fleetlandlng.com.
EOE/ Drug-free Workplace.,.


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CNA
FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm at Premiere Re-
tirement Community Health Center Excel-
lent benefit package. competitive wages,
good working environment. Applications
available at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
FL; Fax to 1904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free.
Workplace.
RECEPTIONIST/ CUSTOMER Service/
Order Entry. Computer experience and
friendly phone disposition a must Fast
growing company in Atlantic Beach. Hours
am-6pm. Please e-mail resumes to:
Sales newarnvalsinc.com.


RENTAL ASSISTANT BNetches full-l;me~ i ALL SHIFTS
ome experience necessary., Call or faI Ornings-
yesume 285-3128. Afternoons
WAREHOUSE WORK and Furniture As- Evenings
sembly.. Beaches, 30-40t hrs per week.
Must be able to lift 50lbs. Call 241-5558. Full-Time
Eam $7-$12 per hour & cash bonuses
*B EACH DRIVERS* Telemarkeung for newspapers nationwide.
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and 219-4771.
Intercoasial areas. al least 23 yrs. old. SALES PERSON needed. Full time, Part
good driving record. Call 249-0360. time. Apply in person Sea Shells & Coral.


LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILL
LUNCH and Dinner Servers, Host/Host-
ess. You make good money working with
good people in a busy waterfront restau-
rant. 285-0139.
SURVEY FIELD Personnel,. PLS/Project
Manager & CAD Tech-. F/T, benefits,
EEO. Fax 407-926-81.60, call 904-641-
0123 or email HRJobs@drmp.com.
(www.drmp.com)


Cal.......... .. ......... ..... DINNER COOKS needed Mon.-Fri., expe-
AUTO/ TRUCK TECHNICIAN rience 'req., competitive salary, Players
Nalionai Fleet Maintenance provider afe. PVB call for appointment, Don or
seeks Service Tech for the Westside Qnns, 273-5595.
Jacksonville shop. PM & Demand repairs EXPERIENCED FrT help needed ior kitch-
bor Auto, Lti Med trucks. Tools required. en and watstaff Please apply at Gene's
Benefits. M- F days. Bckgrnd & drug lest Seafood Reslaurant. 1249 Penman Rd
-eq'd. Contact Misty: mgreen@butlercom TAXI DRVRS Wanted. Clean.driving re-
n800-9 16-9664. EOEM/'/V/ ,TAXI DRuIVERS wanted. Clean.ariving re-
600-916-9664. EOE.M/F/V/D cord required. Call April, 246-9999.


CASE MANAGER Assi needed for busy
beacnes olfice. Knowledge ol chemical
dependency helpful. Must be detail orient-
ed. computer literate. excellent communi-"
cations skills. $10-$11/hr dependent on
experience. Fax resume to 270-1633.
Liquor Store Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Musl be able to work days.,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149
HAIRSTYLIST OR Massage/ Facialist
wanted to rent spacious private room in
Jax Beach hair .salon. $150/wk. Call
270-0997 ask for Debi.


DRIVER NEEDED. Experience In furniture AMERICAN HOME Companions seeks
1or appliance delivery helpful. 285-2426. compassionate, live-in & hourly caregivers
WAITSTAFF/ BARTENDER: Private Club forth elderly. Work 2,3 4 or 5 days per
Atlantic Beach. PT/ benefits/ flexible week. 247-7495.
schedule. Average inclusive wage $11- LEGAL ASSISTANT wanted for Ponte Ve-
$14. Apply in person, 1600 Selva Marina dra firm. Full time/ 4 Day work week, no
Dr. DFWP. benefits. Must be professional and gram-


Love to work out? Get paid for'itl The
Beaches Leader has an immealate part-
time opening in the lasi paced Mail Room.
fihing and standing required. Hours vary.
Starting pay is $8'nr Apply at 1114 Beach
Blvd., Jax Bch .or contact' Anya at
904)249-9033 x260.
VPK TEACHER'S Aide, 8:30-1:30 must al-
ready have National FBI clearance. Up-
beat positive & child oriented. Franklyn
Learning Center, 1851 Beach Blvd. Jax
Beach 32250. EOE, 242-9645.
WEEKEND POSITION open for Security
Officer at Vicar's Landing. Flexible hours.
Please call 285-1055 for appt.
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.


BOOKKEEPER/ SECRETARY needed for
Real Estate Office, experienced. Fax.re-
sume 273-4848.
DANCE TEACHERS wanted. Experience
necessary. Energetic, outgoing personality
a must. Call 504-2029 for info.

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED. classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business dpportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for, employment informa-
Sion, 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.
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.


magically proficien'. Good phone skills a
must. Computer knowledge and expert.
ence a plus. Fax resume: 285-5336.
BUSY ANIMAL hospital, kennel attendant.
Mon.-Fi plus weekends, apply within,
285-7924
JOURNEYMAN TILE and stone Installer,
Must have tools, truck, WC exemption. FT
position, top pay. 476-3086..
GROWING LANDSCAPE Design/ Build
Firm needs F/T help. Dependable, moti-
vated individuals skilled in masonry, car-
pentry & irrigation rewarded. 759-4503.
REMODELING HELPER Needed. Must
have ,transportation. Some experience
helpful; 993-7328.


TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fri-
'day. Call Bob, 241-5311'.
GOLF COURSE Maintenance: Selva
Marina Country Club. FT /benefits/ 401k.
Experience preferred. Golf privileges. Call
246-4711, DFWP.
GROWING FAST paced lawn mainte-
nance company looking for FIT help.
655-8502
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER In holistic, Intemal 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 publilc-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.
SEEKING STRONG Individual for F/T
Customer Service Dept. In and outbound
calls, good problem solver, ability to multi-
task. Excellent communication skills, tele-
phone experience and basic computer
skills required. HS Diploma or GED equiv.
Fax resume to 904-899-4473.
GATOR IRRIGATION now hiring irrigation
repair technician; Must have minimum
5yr.s experience and valid Florida drivers
license. $14-15 per hour. Call 838-5885.


IMMEDIATE OPENING ..Foreman for
lawn/landscape company. Excellent pay.
Must have own transportation & clean DL.
Experience required Contact Ron,
334-3311.
SERVERS WANTED Chizu Japanese
Sleak House. Apply after 2pm. 1227
South. 3rd St.,
* PRODUCTION EMPLOYEE *
Needed FIT, days only w/ a can- do atti-
tude. Light manufacturing & assembly
work exp. a must. Knowledge & use of
.small machinery & toolsrequired. Looking
for someone who can follow instructions.
Start at $7.50/hr Call 249-3545 btwn
9am- 3pm only, Mon- Fri.


230 Nortn Boardwalk, Jax Beach
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
TO THE CITY CLERK
City of Atlanbc Beach. Starting pay.
$13.61/hr+ benefits. Starting pay if CMC
designated is $14.85thr. benefits. Must
be Notary Public for Slate of FL or able to
obtain within 6 mos. of hire. Must be able
to attend evening meetings and take &
Transcnbe minutes. Performs a vanety of
detailed administrative/ secretarial tasks.
applications accepted until 9/20/06 and
may be obtained at www.coab.us or 800
Seminole Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL.
(904)247-5820. No .smokers/ tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted; EOE.

TIDY LAWN & LANDSCAPE SVC., INC.
Looking for experienced lawn/ landscape
worker. $9-412 hour or salary, paid vaca-
tion. valid FL dnvers license, 534-5459,
534-7559.
EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our learn' It you can excel at inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach. *
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years experi-.
ence inside sales, customer service, or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts:,
Base pay plus commissions. FT/PT," no
evenings or weekends. Fax resume:
(904)285-0010 or email:
jim@mediaklds com
.LABORERS, CARPENTERS (all types),
Scaffold Erectors, Electricians, Skilled
Personnel. Call 249-8147 or 726-5661..


POOLMAINTENANCE -


Pool Malnt ance. Clean driving record a ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, general
must. 294-24-5. office skills. Jax Beach, call Tess 242,-
m 246245 "9000 ext. 228.


BRU6CI'S PIZZA In Ponte Vedra hiring
Prep Cooks and Waitstaff. Call Bruce at
280-7677 or apply in person.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE HELPER for
apartments. Must have transportation and
tools. $8.00/hr. start. 307-2841.
,: -
NADER'S PEST RAIDERS. We have an
opening within our organization for a lawn
technician. Competitive salary. You must
possess a good driving record. Our com-
pany has full benefits with retirement, bo-
nuses, paid vacation & holidays. We have
a great working ,environment. We have
been in business for over 14 years. Fax
resume to 273-0682 or fill out an applica-
tion at 10066 Sawgrass Drive West, Ponte


F/T HOUSEKEEPER. Energetic, self-mo-
tivated individual needed. Apply in person,
Ashford Court Assisted Living, 1700 The
Greens Way, Jax Bch, must enjoy working
with the elderly. DFWP/EOE,.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Bushong Insurance, one of Ponte Vedra's
largest Property/ Casualty Insurance Brok-
ers, desires administrative assistant candi-
dates as well as experienced CSR's. Join
in to this excellent work environment with
opportunities for advancement, as well as
a superior benefits package. Applicants
must be detail oriented and possess ex-
cellent computer skills..License not re-
quired. For consideration,. fax resume to
285-5161.


NOTICE OF AGENCY ACTION TAKEN BY THE
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT'
Notice is gi'en that the following permit was issued on August 30. 2006
i Name and addre-s of applicants AIhi and Son Inc.. 2538 Daniicer Drive. Jacksonville.
Bejach325'i'0 permani -li 11 I- 10l4 I-1. The project is located in Duval County, Section
E1. T.o..n-hip 2 South. Range 28 East. The permit authorizes A SURFACE'WATER
M.AN \GEMENT SYSTEM ON I! )7 ACRES TO SERVE Single Family Residential
H.:.me kno*n a. PENMBERTON St. SF The receiving water body is City Street
The file(s) containing the application for the above listed permit is available for inspection
Monday through Friday except for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johins
River Water Management District (District) Headquarters, 4049 Reid Street, Palatka,
FL32178-1429.Aperson whose substantial interests are affectedby the District permitting
decision may petition for an administrative hearing in accordance with sections 120.569
and 120.57, Florida Statues, or may choose to pursue mediation as an alternative remedy
under section 120.573, Florida Statues, before the deadline for filing a petition. Choosing
mediation will not adversely affect the right to,.a hearing if mediation does not result in
a settlement. The procedures' for pursuing mediation are set forth in section 120.573,
Florida Statues, and rules 28-106.111 and 28-106.401-.404 FloridaAdministrative Code.
Petitions must comply with the requirements of Florida Administrative Code Chapter
28-106 and be filed with (received by) the District Clerk located at District Headquarters,
Highway 100 West, Palatka, FL 32177. Petitions for administrative hearing on the above
applications) must be filed within twenty-one (21) days of publication of this notice or
within twenty-six (26) days of the District depositing notice of this intent in the mail for
those persons to whom the District mails actual notice. Failure to file a petition within
this time period shall constitute a waiver of any rights) such persons) may have to
request an administrative determination (hearing) under sections 120.569 and 120.57,
F.S., concerning 'the subject permit. Petitions that are not filed in accordance with the
above provisions are subject to dismissal.
Because the administrative hearing process is designed to formulate final agency action,
the filing of a petition means that the District's final action may be different from position
taken by it in this notice of intent. Persons whose substantial interest will be affected by
any such final decision of the District on the applicant have the right to petition to become
a party to the proceeding, in accordance with the requirements set forth above.


veora Beacn. LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
*r AM & PM Line Cooks, Kitchen Prep & Util-
ities. Good money, casual atmosphere,
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED for home in very busy, great people to. wodk with.
Neptune Beach,looking for a person 285-0139
' with own transportation to run errands,
grocery shop, prepare .some meals, BEACHES LAW firm seeks Legal Assis-
and clean house. This position Is avail- tant. Fax resume and salary requirements
able from 10am-pm,M-F, References to 242-7977.
required. Call 241-9042 to,schedule an D
Interview. DRIVER
". Part-time in Recreation Department, Sun-
N C r h days and Holidays at a Premier Retire-
LAWN SERVICE looking for exp. help- ment Community. Must have ability to help
era. Must be able to provide own trans- set-up and/ or break-down for special
portation. Great pay for right person, events. Must have C CDL Passenger En-
Call 249-7883. dorsement License. Applications at Fleet
*- Landing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-
IMMEDIATE OPENING, Manager position 9447; email to jobs@fleetlanding.com.
Appliance parts and service company. Website: fleetlanding.com EOE/Drug-free
Must have excellent telephone and corn- workplace.


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GOLF CART STAFF. Marsh Landing
Country Club hiring for Part-time and full-
-time Golf Cart Staff. Apply In person
Tuesday Saturday. Call 285-6459 for di-
rections, Drug testing/EOE. .
REMODELING/PUNCH.; : CARPENTER
good pay & benefits, company,
vehicle/phone, must have good driving re-'
cord. 568-8700.

COMMUNITY WIDE
RECEPTIONIST
Full-Time, Mon.- Fri. In the Health Center
of a premier retirement community. Duties
Include directing incoming telephone calls,'
preparing and coordinating written com-
munication with families of residents, su-
pervising the health center lobby, inputting
data using Microsoft Office Suite, perform-
ing typin and other related duties as re-
quired. Must be able to communicate ef-
fectively, both verbally and in writing and
carry. out detailed and verbal Instructions,
Must be capable of making sound judg-
ments, function independently have flexi-.
bility, and personal -itegrity. Excellent
benefits. Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing' Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL ; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com. Web-
site: fleetlandirig.com. EOE/ 'Drug-free
Workplace. '
WAITSTAFF Private dclu Atlantic Beach
FT/ beneris/ Ilexile schedule Average
inclusive wage $1i- $14 Apply in person.
1600 Selva Marna Dr DFWP
SILK PRESSER, Ponie Ve-dra area. guar-
saneed hours 285-5644
BE YOUR Own Boss Work in a casual ail-
mcosphere Booih rental lor hair stylisls.
Reasonaole rerl Call Dennis or VicKie 'Q
333-54114
EXPERIENCED LINE Cook lor breaklasi
anrd lunch Apply wirrir, @ Ellen Kitchen
1824 Soulh 3rd SI 246-1572.
EXPERIENCED ALARM Technician for,
beach company Top pay! benefits.
246-5600.
BEACH PEST control company needs.
lawn care iech no exp req hardworking..
siable lechs earn 30K+ DFWP, call 241-
7175. .


BEACHES CAR Wash- lull lime help
needed, Wages negoniable- tips Beneflis
Aval Apply in person. 1401 Beach Blvd
PASTRY SHOP NOW HIRING FRONT
.COUNTER help, FT/ PT, Tues- Sat., com-
petitive pay. Call 285-2656 or apply in
person, 266 Solaiha,Rd., PVB
/ DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida local and national OTR posi-
irons. Food grade lanker. no hazmai. no
pumps. Greal Denerms. competitive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence. Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portuniry today. 8001741-7950.
KITCHEN UTILITY Worker: F-r benelis'
401iK' Ile>itjie cnh edrule Goi pivileges.
Phone 904 246.4827 email
accounring -S'elvamarina c,:.m. or lax re-
S.ume in. 246-9 21. DFWP

Driver acksonville Terminal

-X GUARANTEED "V

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& eeen


DENIM HIDE-A-BED couch & loveseat
TRUCK DRIVERS: CDL training. Up to $700 OBO, Phillips Magnavox big projec-
$20,000 bonus. Accelerate your career as tion screen TV (46"x49") $600 OBO, bam-
a Soldier. Drive out terrorism by keeping boo wicker entertainment ctr $100 OBO,
the Army National Guard supplied. 1-800- unusual tile baker's rack $150 OBO, misc
GO-GUARD.comrn/truck. knick knacks. Call to see anytime
........ l......i.t .... .... 4Q0-3824. Located In Atlantic Beach.


SHOWROOM SALES with administrative
duties available for a well established mar-
ble and granite Importer located at the'
beach. Knowledge of stone materials and
design helpful. Salary and benefits nego-
fih.-n -. PA oQ1At


LAPTOP PENTIUM II $100; large Star
Trek collection $400, kids' movies $3.00
each, 241-4204.
SHOWTIME DANCE shoes, 3 pair, size
7-1/2. Some newer worn, cost, over
$100/palr, asking $40/ea., (gold, taupe,'&
black) 285-0084.
TOYOTA TACOMA. accessories. Ladder
rack (rackit) $195. Diamond plate tool box.
$75. 716-1518. ,


40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
bortown Marina. $169K. 463-2845.
CHAPARRAL, 6'X15' fiberglass no seats,
55hp motor, galvanized trailer. $600.
992-2096.
HOBIE-CAT 18FT., 1988, 'sky blue, all
equip. & trailer Incl,, $900, call Warren
571-5937. '

SEA DOO 3D, Bombardiere, 2004, $6000,
241-2290.


2005 SUZUKI GSXR 600, blue, 3,551 mril
asking $5000. 246-7587, (912)337-1765.


Ii4u1- 2UPU B4. iiL.. ra UiiBlu WHIRLPOOL WASHER &,Dryer, $75/ea.
241-3204. 30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173, '86 CHEVY half ton pick-up, great work
S *. *' 992-1470 truck, colc AC $2 300, 280-7545


Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work Excelleni pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Bronthers Services, Inc 246.
0967.- ,
ANDY'S POOLS, INC.
3 Pool Tecns needed Experence prefer-
red, oDU will Irain Clean driving record.
401k. healing benelirs Please call
241-5811
CUSTOMER SERVICE entry level posi-
tion for last paced printing company. Musr
have computer experience Slop Dy 640 N
3rd SI.. JB or Call 246-9162
PONTE VEDRA. AR Clerk position. Must
have AR experience 1o include collections
Requires last learner and well organized.
Good pay. email resume Io
knorne@cnlre.com. EOE.


LANDSCAPE' LAWN MAINTENANCE
Foreman & helpers. Apply 7am TNT
Landscape. 1074 rOth Ave. S, Jax
Beach. 247-4477.


CUSTODIAL/ HOUSEKEEPER:' FT/ ben-
efits/ 401k/flexible schedule. Detail orient-
ed Individual. Starting pay negotiated. Golf
privileges: Phone 904-246-4827, e-mail
accounting' selvamarina c6m. or fax .rD-
sume io246.9121, DFWP


METAL ROOFING. Save $ Buy direct
trom manufaclurer 20 colors inr sock wir,l
all accessories Quick lurn around Deliv-
ery available Toll Iree 1888)393-0335
LIGHT WOOD Bunk Bers w.5 drawers,
two bookshelves and desk attached.
'$350 OBO. 285-4284. -
L/R set for sale. $300 takes all. Will sell by
piece Call 246-3033 lor appr.
43' HITACHI HDTV. conlemporary sola.
wicker lurn, lamp, end tables. conee lable
cherry hign boy dresser, much more. Call
for appr. 904-316-4436 Ponle Vedra loca-
tion
FILL DIRT- Cheapl Dig ponds free lor
din.Call 497-9666
ANTIQUE WURLITZER Jukebox $500,
Castliron garden luD $600, new refrigera-
tor $500, luion recliner lables chairs. mr.
crowave, misc 247-8004
CUSTOM MADE Camel Back sola- Bur.
gandy colors, exc,cond, $500 OBO
241-6087,. .
DINING ROOM set, table, six chairs two
piece china cabinet, excellent condinlon,
$870 OBO, 221-5976.
HOT SPRINGS SPA, w/ cover. Great
cond., seats 8. Must sell to make robm for,
pool. $1500/ OBO. 710-2011. .
TWO TWIN beds w/bedding .$125.
247-5431..


2 GE Electric dryers. 30" electric stove.
$50 each. All in good working condition.
Can deliver. 945-0226. 1
FREE DIABETIC supplies! Medicare pa-
tientsl Call':Us, Toll Free (866)294-3476
and receive a free meters Am-Med Quality
Diabetic Supplies
LARGE FIIMED mirror 84"X36" $100:.
Large oak rollop desk $1200. condo turni-
ture 307-2841 ,
6 PIECE Bedroom Set includes queen
manress & Dox, new still in boxes $499
Can deliver. 858-9350.
DIAMONDS. .98 ci. vivid pink dia.. $4900
1.51 ct vivid pink dia $7900. 730-0791
BED KING mattress set, $289. Can de-
liver. (904)391-0015.
BLACK SOFA & chair, beautiful, $350.
Call (904)247-2317.

LLARDRO
HUGE collection. Serious collectors only!,
Will sell by the piece, discount for multiple
purchases. For appt. call 294-1121 .
JAGUAR TICKETS, Jaguar Tickets, Jagu-
ar TicketsIll Call 246-4332 or 625-6442.
80" MAHOGANY Duncan Fife Bear Claw
Dining Table, with 6/chairs, $750. Call
465-6966.
AIR PURIFIER as advertised Dy Dr Laura
' on radio snow. Greal health benefits. Free
3-day trial. No obligations. 241-2112
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FORD THUNDERBIRD Premium, '04,
8000 mi. only, extended warranty to May
2010, fully loaded, asking $29,500, call
514-6640.
2000 MERCEDES SL500, well main-
tained, great drive. Priced at loan $23,900.
246-6029.
2003 BMW 5301; 41k mi., sports pkg, pre-
mium pkg, special order paint & more.
New tires. $30,800. (904)571-4115.


TOYOTA TUNDRA '5, SR5 access cap, loadedttirium Slver 55k miles, very
4X4, step side; V8, many extras, 20,000 particular owner ,25.000. 904-338-4046.
mi., asking $26,500, call 514-6640. 1007 / r D^ el QAA l,(,/
CHEY, li RSV 1800~O I f~ /


2001 CHEVROLET Suburban, fully load-
ed, side-steps, 75,000 miles. Immaculate,
3 sets of seats, A/C front and back. Call
4?2-1886.
'97 FORD Ranger 4 cyl, runs great, ice
cold AC. must sell $1,200, 382-6181.


I1i9 tll-v Caval er .I $ ,ltuu. inou/
pics at carsoup com 904-703-2992
1967 CADILLAC coup Deviiae Convenrbie
See pictures in web.
hlAp rnomepage mac com puiduelim.'Pho.
IoAlum4 nmir Serious offers only. Jim
249-4292


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SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
lure-up All makes, all models, $49 50
241-2112.

HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
tial Cleaning. Lawn Care, Auto Cleaning,
Window Cleaning, Janitorial Services, etc.
.Call Hermon, 246-4238, 612-1755.
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PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis at 588-5222.
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free EsImates License CAC1814887.


PROFESSIONAL HOME CLEANING
SERVICES Dependable honesi,
Thorough References Licensed. insured.
563-1690
CLEAN TO SHINE. Our company commil-
ment is 100%' Customer Salisiaction al
Affordable Prices. We clean homes, apart-
mens, offices, RV's, new construction and
restaurants. For a tree estimate call 514.
7009 or (9041779-0158 We will bear any
.company prices. ,
CATH'r'S CLEANING Service Home
cleaning since 1978! Free phone esti-
mates. Bonded Inoividual cleaner Option
to customize chore list 241-1115
www carnyscleaning com.
AN AMAZINGLY clean house or ortice by
Nalasha For estimate 563-7858.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING, dependa-.
Die. Reasonable rates., ree estimates Call
Roganne (904)477-5398.
SMILE! YOUR house was cleaned today
by Top o10 Bonom Housekeeping. Referen-
ces Licensed. Just call and I1 will oe done.
.655-3443.
HOUSE CLEANING, honest, lasi, reliable,
lair pricing, call Maria. 777-4830.


CHILD'S LOFT bed w/slide $450, 904-
945-6505; apriwoods@aol.com.

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HEARY PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timDers. Installafic.n,
stair material. F..ORiDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310.

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CHEAP MOE'SI Complete lawn service
Most yards only $25. 19041422-0593
SHOW ME LAWN SERVICE, INC. Call
Pam 742-7769.
WINSOR LAWN Service. Inc Compeiilive
raies Call Alan 237-5301.

ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
raies. 821-0737 ,:
PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service We mow
lawns. Free eshmaies 246-0967
STOP OVERPAYING Landscape by LI-
nus Licensed insured DependaDle
Beacnes/Wesi Beacres! Ponie Vedrar3
294 2269.
NEED YOUR Lawn Cut? Call Dwight's
Lawn Maintenance. 422-8058 Licensed 8
Insured. Weekly"' Biweekly. Monirly.


INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING
quality work ar excelerit price, also pres-
sure cleaning Call Nick 349-5990
PRESSURE WASHERS for reni or sale
Tucker Equipmeni Renial 246-1330
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe roout cleaning Deck & lerce
resioraiton Pressure wasnng Licensed &
Insured Call Kevin 994-0045

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A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING, INC. Top
knoicn work guaranleea. Pa ming. trim
carpentry. wood repair, pressure washing
Licensed.' Insured. Free estimates
861-9500.
PAINTING & repairs by'Dean. InTerior/ex-
lerior paminng. All types ol repairs busi-..
ness & res;denhlia Fully lc & insured.
S309-4720.


TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, specializing in termine damage.
246-1529
WOOD REPAIRS. Term.ie & Ronen
wood, siding. stucco. wood decks, repairs.
Licensed General Conmraclor. 247-9525.
WATERMARK CONSTRUCTION, fine
home resloraiion. hnish carpentry, decks.
mie, 303-3803.
S.E. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS.
Please see our Ad in the Business Re-
view, 855-1254
BATH & KITCHEN
Ccmplele remodeling services & renova-
lions Tile & Marble Specialist Nick.
19041962-9312


ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL
Specializing in kitchens cabinets. bath.
rooms, Ifle, doors, windows, roned wood,
lermiie damage, rooi leaks. drywall.
decks, eac. Honesl. lop quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
19041710-3784.
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Paining. carpentry, waler proofing, pres-
sure washing. Ile work. drywall
904-241-7023.
tC&J REPAIR Services. Carpenirv. Dry-
wall, Fainting, Paperhanging, Tilirig. etc
Licensed sured. 955-0593. 241-1461
REPAIR GUY, INC.
SMALL HOME & OFFICE REPAIRS.&
MAINTENANCE. 334-6091.
HANDYMAN. EXPERIENCED and very
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting. improvements and miscel-
laneous joDS DAVE. 246-6628


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this category: please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com

MAXANWIRWRIVI. two


929.12TH Ave. .S., Saturday,' 8am-2pm.
.Quilts, clothes, bric-a-brac; Iron, furniture,
dolls, toys, misc.


IF YOU are interested In advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classitied@oeachesleadercom


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


TIRED OF trying to put your build memories.
together? Visit "us at:
digitaldiarycreations.com for,a solution to
your paper photographic problems.


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


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


DOLPHIN COVE Movind Sale, 17 Mack-
eral St., Saturday, 8am-2pm. Fountain,
Gym sets, ceiling fan, Toro lawnmower,
sprayer, kid's clothes, books, lots more.


HUGE GARAGE. sale, furniture, clothes,
decorations, '..etc., 'Sat., 7:30am-1pm,
966 Mineral Creek, Drive, Waterleaf, off
Kernan.' '..


ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $9-$11/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. F/T & P/T.
260 .491. .
FREE PRESCHOOL for 4 year olds- 3
hour/.day, M-F. State Funded.. Beaches
Academy, 1725 Penman Rd. 246-3885.
LOyiNG, FULL Day Care openings for
one,. and three year olds. Beaches
Academy Child Enrichment Center. 1725
Penman Rd, 246-3885.


QUALITY WORK. Install,' Removal, &
Painting. Residential, Commercial.
25yrs. Experience. References+ FREE
ESTIMATES. Steve, 6450381.


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CUT RIGHT LAWN SERVICE. Free esti-
mates, local, reasonable-prices. We do it
right the first time. No contracts required.
Call Ray, 607-0853.


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1986 FORD Bronco, 4DW new tires, 5
speed, runs good, $800; 1995 Isuzu Ro-
deo 4WD, auto, runs great (must see),
$120d firm. 504-3202.
MERCEDES E300, 1993, ,black, grey
leather, all records. Exc. cond. $6500. Call
(h)241-4950, (c)757-0757
1992 CUTLESS Sierra, 56K, $1000 OBQ.
Good cond. 860-0318.
2006 SOLARA convertible SLE, loaded,
leather, 7000 miles, full 7year/1 00K war-
ranty, $27,000, 241-0927.
1994 BEAUTIFUL pearl white Cadillac
Deville Sedan, $3750.00,'233-7971.
2001 SATURN L200, 4dr, cold A/C,, auto-
matic. 95.000 miles runs goo 1$4850
904.794-5404.
2002 TUNDRA reg cab 'V6 man., 45K mrr ,
ex.elleni condilon, $8.500. 247-8083
2004 TON'OTA 4Runner Limited. 4x4. V8.


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Phoiro Dy ROB DeAfaGELO
ABOVE: Jaguars OB Byron
Leftwich looks for running
back Fred Taylor out of the
backfield during action in
Sunday's season opner.
TOP RIGHT: Cowboys receiv-
er Terrell Owens, left, makes a
catch while guarded by
Jaguars defensive back Terry
Cousin.
RIGHT: Linebacker Mike
Peterson (54) celebrates after
knocking down Dallas OB
Drew Bledsoe during fourth
quarter action of Jacksonville's
24-17 victory.


.v Now Serving Dinner
.Ih kIfreaat "Sunset at the Galley"
~- J-L~ Prime Rib
R. .,rml .met Homemade mashed potatoes
--.., -. I Pork Tenderloin
TI $ Awesome Seafood
Fresh vegetables
., Look for our weekly special
The Pallem Retauranta Dinner hours Fridays & Saturdays
at Palm Cove Marina
14603 Beach Blvd. 400 5:00pm 8:30pm
Jacksonville For reservations call 992-8040


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