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Title: The Beaches leader
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Beach Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 2006
Frequency: semiweekly[<1991>-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Mayport (Jacksonville, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Atlantic Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Neptune Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville Beach
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Mayport
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Atlantic Beach
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Neptune Beach
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Ponte Vedra Beach
Coordinates: 30.2965638 x -81.397735 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from UMI.
General Note: Description based on: 29th year, no. 4 (July 10, 1991).
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Fletcher shut out
by Orange Park

See B- 1


* MIDWEEK EDITION -
SEPTEMBER 20,2006

Pets, houses and
bargains, oh my!

See our Classifieds


Thames
remembered

See A-9


I BEACHES


Vol. 44, No. 26


LEADER


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


Fight to keep ferry starts


by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF I'RITER
Members of the Mayport Waterfront
Partnership say that the St. Johns River Ferry is
"vital" to the ongoing redevelopment effort in
Mayport Village and are concerned that the coun-
ty is now questioning whether to continue fund-
ing the ferry after next year, according to the
board's project manager.
� The partnership at its meeting Tuesday dis-
cussed the issue and talked of forming a subcom-
mittee to help "argue for keeping the ferry," said
Edward Lukacovic, partnership project manager.
The ferr', which has been in operating since
1948, travels between Mayport Village and Fort
George Island. And the partnership members say
'that it is vital to the revitalization of the historic
fishing village. Recently, developers have pur-
chased much of the riverfront property in the \il-
lage and plan to construct "upscale" office and
condom iniumrdevelopments.
"The fern' is a key link to what we're trying to
do here," Lukaco\ic said, adding that the village
would become somewhat of a "dead end" without
the ferry.
Jacksonville contributes approximately
1660,000 annually to subsidize the ferrn service,
which costs over $1.5 million to operate annually,
accorcdng to Fred Berley, general manager for
Hornblower Marine Service, the firm the city con-
tracts to operate the ferry.
But some Jacksonville officials are now ques-
tioning whether the ferry is needed given that the
Dames Point Bridge and the WVonderwood con-
nector are open, partnership members said..


Finalists for

job under

by JEFFREY MINTON
STAFF WRI'TER
The four finalists to become
second in command in the
Atlantic Beach Police
Department visited the city
last week and were inter-
viewed and assessed b' offi-
cials.
The city is seeking a police
captain to replace former
Deputy Police Chief John
Campbell who retired in May.
after 16 years with the city.
Police Chief David Thompson
has said that whomever is
hired will likely be the city's
next police chief because he is
planning to retire within the
next four years.


Photo by JEFF MINTON
The city of Jacksonville is pondering whether to continue its funding of the St. Johns River Ferry
that links Mayport Village with Fort George Island. Ferry service, which has operated since 1948,
currently runs from Mayport Village Monday through Friday 6 a.m.,.6:20 a.m., 7 a.m., and contin-
ues on the hour and half hour, with the final departure at 10 p.m. It also runs Saturday and
Sunday al 6:20 a.m., 7 a.m and continuing on the hour and half hour with the final departure at
10 p.m. Boarding a two-axle private vehicle cd.ts $3.25.


AB's cop

Scrutiny

The finalists out of 89 appli-
cants who applied for the job
are: :
*Karen Acosta fcom':
Florence, S.C.
*Dave Rahinsky from
Broward County'
*Mlichael Classy from
Kennesaw, Ga.
eKenneth Burnnett from
Illinois
Thompson said Tuesday
that he and other officials this
week will conduct back-
ground checks on the candi-
dates before making a deci-
sion on who to hire.
Jacksonville Beach Police
Chief Bruce Thomason is
assisting with selection.


The question of whether to continue funding
the ferry past next year came up during the city's
recent budget talks, said District 13 (Beaches)
Representative on the Jacksonville City Council
Art Graham Tuesday.
"There's a shortfall [between the the ferry's prof-
its and operating costs and the question was
asked," Graham said Tuesday.
He said that some county officials also question
whether Nassau County should contribute fund-
ing for the ferry because many of its residents use
the service to travel to the Beaches.
Graham said that the chair of the City Council's
Finance Committeep Councilor Kelin Hyde, has
asked At-Large City Councilor Elaine Brown to,
head a subcommittee to research and discuss
some of those questions about fern' service.
While partnership members said they under-
stand that the ferry loses money for the city, they
contend that having no ferry would cost the city
money in other areas such as sales tax revenues
and lower property taxes for the village.
"A lot of the board members feel the city will
lose money elsewhere if the ferry is gone. It could
cost the city more by closing the ferry in other'
ways," Lukacovic said. He noted that Dean
Singleton of Singleton's Restaurant has told him
that 40 percent of his business comes from "across
the river" and having no ferry would hurt his sales
resulting in lower sales tax revenues for the city.
And Lukacovic said that the ferrn' is one of the
lures for the developers interested in revitalizing
the village .
"It's just such a big part of what we're trying to
do down here," Lukacovic said. "It's a neat thing
that attracts people to this area."


Funeral directors get city's nod to

relocate any unmarked graves


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER


Three licensed funeral hornes will offer
services to the city of Jacksonville Beach if
human remains are discovered during the
Penman Road realignment project.
Members of the Pablo Beach community
have said they believe that unmarked
graves exist outside the recognized bound-
aries of the Lee Kirkland Cemetery on
Beach Boulevard, many in the state-owned
right of way.
Maxine Terrell, president of the Pablo
Renewal in Duval East IPRIDE) neighbor-
hood preservation group, initiated a cam-
paign to locate any potential graves that
could be disturbed by the Penman Road
project and the widening of Beach
Boulevard.
"They deserve to rest in peace," Terrell
said. "Not under the street.
/


The City Council Monday authorizedd
Quinn-Shalz, Hardage Giddens and
Marion Graham Mortuaries to assist in
relocating any remains located in the proj-
ect areas within the cemetery.
The city of Jacksonville Beach and the
city of Jacksonville in conjunction with the
JTA used radar to identify any possible
anomalies in the soil that could indicate
the presence of a burial.
Findings submitted by General
Engineering Geophysics of Charleston,
S.C. noted the presence of 10 locations out-
side the recognized boundaries of the
cemetery that bear the signature of a burial
site.
Four of the 10 sites identified in the
study commissioned by the city will not be
disturbed and will be included in the
expanded cemetery.


Photo by UZA MTCHELL
Crews clear brush and other debris
from in front of the Lee Kirkland
Cemetery in Jacksonville Beach
Tuesday.


See GRAVES, A-3


CELEBRATING

PV

A few of those who attended
the annual Beaches Area
Historical Society's gala con-
template the bids placed during
the silent auction portion of the
evening. The gala drew hun-
dreds and is a major fundraiser
for BAHS and its museum'.
each year. This year's gala cel-
ebrated the origins of Ponte
Vedra and the mineral mining
that was the area's original'
industry. The event was held at
the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
Friday. Among the items
offered for bid were a dinner
for 12 at the McCormick ranch,
jewelry, a trip to Africa and
much more.


Pittsburgh


man dies


swimming


in ocean
FROM STAFF
A 56-year-old Pittsburgh man in
town for Monday's NFL game between
the Jaguars and the Steelers died from a
possible ocean drowning in Atlantic
Beach Monday, according to police.
Police say that the victim and a
friend went swimming in the ocean
between Ahern and Second Street.
Police say the victim experienced some
type of distress m the water and had to
be rescued by his friend. Once back to
the shore, the friend and others on the
beach.attempted to to perform CPR on
the the victim , who was transported by
rescue to Baptist Medical Center-
Beaches where he was pronounced
dead, according to police.
It is unclear at this time what was the
exact cause of death, police said. Police
say there is some evidence that the vic-
tim may have suffered a heart attack
while in the water.
Lifeguards were not on duty. The
man's identification was not available.


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Calendar...............A-6 Opinion .................. A-4 . :
Classified ................B- Police Beat ..............A-3 The
Education ..............A-12 Sports.....................B- BEA CH E S 1' E A D ER
Obituaries ..............A-7 Weather ..................A-2 ----- - -- ..------
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BEACHES LEADER
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Wednesday
Isolated T-storms
High: 82'Low: 67
Thursday
Mostly Sunny
High: 82 Low: 71
Friday
SMostly Sunny
SHigh: 85 Low:'73
Saturday
'Mostly Sunny
High: 86 Low: 72
Sunday
Isolated T-storms
High: 86 Low: 70


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Tuesday 84 75
Wednesday 83 74
Thursday 90 73
Friday 88 69
Saturday 87 71
Sunday 87 69


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Rainfall for the week .........................0.00"
Normal Rainfall for the Week* ..............1.95"
Departure from Normal for the Week ...-1.95"

Rainfall for the Year .............................31.95"
Normal Rainfall for the Year* ..............40.43"
Departure from Normal for the Year .....-8.48"
* Normals for Jacksonville Beach


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UNF professor will

speak at BAHS meeting


Dr. Daniel L. Seliafer; profes
sor of history\ at the University
of North Florida, will be the
featured speaker at the Beaches
Area Historical Society's annu-
al meeting Sept. 28.
S The meeting at the Beaches
Museum & History Center at
380 Pablo Ave. in Jacksoriville
Beach is open to all. Light
refreshments will be available
at 6:30 p.m., with the business
meeting and lecture to follow.
at 7 p.m. The event is free.
New officers will be elected
along with the nomination.
and installation of new board
..members. Holly Beasley, execu-
.vred( dAector, will present an
annual report and volunteer


Flu shots

offered by

SJ Council

on Aging

The Council on Aging in St.
Johns County will offer flu
clinics at the Palm Valley
Community Center Oct 5 from
9 a.m. to -1 p.m. and Oct. 12
from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Cost of the shot is $25..The
flu shot is free with Medicare
Part B Card and picture ID, and
is also free with Aetna
Insurance Card and picture id.
The pneumonia shot will
also be available for $40.
SThe Palm Valley Community
Center is located at 148 Canal
Blvd., and may be reached at
280-3233.
To reserve a flu shot, call
823-4810 to sign up for' any
location
To limit waiting time, organ-
izers' suggest calling to' be
assigned a time, to : receive a
shot.


AB offering

kayak tours

The city' of Atlantic Beach is
sponsoring guided Kayak tours
over the next few months at
Dutton Island Preserve.
The first tour is scheduled
Sept. 23 at 9 a.m. at the park
located at 1600 Dutton Island
Road. Other dates are Oct. 28'
at 10 a.m. and Npv. 25 .at 9'
a.m. All tours leave from
Dutton Island Park and travel
along the Intracoastal
Waterway.
The tours are guided by an
instructor from Kayak
Adventures and cost $55 per
person. The tour includes the
guide, all kayaking gear, water
and snacks. The cost'is $35 per
person for those who wish to
use their own kayak.
Those under the age of 10
must be accompanied in a
kayak by an adult. The tour is
not recommend for children 3-'
years-old or younger.
For more information, call
the Atlantic Beach a Parks and
Recreation Department at 247-
5828.


:awards, while Bill Hillegass will
submit an annual financial
report.
Schafer is the author of
numerous publications includ-
ing "Governor lames Grant's
.Villa,. A British East Florida
Indigo Plantationt."
Grant's Villa tells the story of
SBritish East Florida, the indigo
trade, and Grant's indigo plan-
tation - in part through a col-
lection of letters from "the,
shares of the wicked bottle"
over two centuries later..
For more informati'on'about
the: Beaches Area Historical
Society and the Beaches
Museum & History Center, call
241-5657.


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AROUND THEBEACHES


by local acoustic musicians, Group meeting, Saturday,
Camp Out set Polly B Dance Studio, The Sept. 23 at 10 .m. at the Ponte
e' for AB park Working Warrior Program, and Vedra Beach Library.
CThe Cr f Aatlantic Beach the Disconnected; K9's. All. McDonald, a former
will hold a its 2006 Fun activities are free. Reservations Hollywood assistant at CBS
Day:/Camp Out Underthe Stars can be made at.Adele Grage and DreamWorks, will have
on Oct. 7. All actiCities begin at Community Center two novels released by .Tor
o11naOt. with check- i n and 716 Ocean Blvd., from 8 Books in 2007 and 2008.
tent set.upat Jack Russell Park, a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. Call FWA is a statewide, non-prof-
.800 Seminole Road,a Atlantic 247-5828 for more informa- it organization with nearly
Beach. Cost is $10.00 per camp ttion., 750 members dedicated to the
site. Activities will include support and networking of
obstacle course, bouncehouse, Learning' to write both aspiring and published
face pan ting, balloon sculpt- Sandra McDonald, author writers in any genre. All meet-
ing; pony rides, Hug-n-Farm, of two novels and 20 pub- ings are open to members and
:Mike Rossi with Wild lished short stories, will be non-members alike. For more
Wonders, storytelling, a jug- the guest speaker at the information, call F\WA
Zging.show,- and .,works.bop. ,,.f lic ,.Vrirters tf) ,p t , ~i9in Pr�.9 t 1r.'-, c ,. \iF
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September 210, 2006


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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Burglary to a business was reported Sept. 16 at
the Comfort Inn hotel in the 1500 block of 1st St.
N. An overnight bag with clothing, keys, binocu-
lars, sunglasses, prescription medication, a pass-
port and four football tickets was missing from the
room. Total loss is $840.
Grand theft was reported Sept. 16 in the 500
block of 1st St. N. An unknown suspect stole a
purse containing a diamond ring, $200 cash, dig-
ital camera, cell phone and various credit cards
while the victim was swimming in the ocean.
Battery was reported Sept. 17 in the 700 block of
3rd St.'S. The victim told police that an unknown
male suspect punched him, in the side of the head'
during an argument over football.
Auto theft was reported Sept. 16 in the .400.
block of 1st St. N. A black 2002 Mercedes S500 val-
ued at $35,000 vwas discovered missing from a
parking lot at'1:50 a.m, A purse belonging to the
passenger was found on the ground next to where
the car was parked with all of its contents. There
was no glass or any other signs of forced entry
found at the scene.
0 0.
Auto theft was reported Sept. 11 in the 6th Ave.
S. eend zone. -The victim placed the keys to his
white 2003 Toyota Tacoma, valued at $15,000 in
the gas cap while he went surfing. Police recov-
ered the vehicle parked three blocks away with the
doors locked. An [Pod and a gravity skateboard
were missing from the truck. The total loss was
$400.
Tool with a combined value of $1,900 were
reported.stolen Sept. 8 from a truck in the 300
block of 1st St. N. The, victim 'told police a chip-
ping drill was stolen from inside the vehicle and a
tool belt and circular saw were taken from .a tool
box in the bed of the truck.
Burglary was reported Sept. 9 in a room at the:
Quality Inn Suites Oceanfront hotel in the first
block of 1st St. N.
Felony criminal mischief'was reported Sept. 11
in the 600 block of Boardwalk N. A city employee
told police that 18 lights were damaged. The dam-,
age was estimated at $14,493.60.
An attempted strong arm robbery was reported
Sept. 14 in the 500 block of 2nd St. S. A female '
pizza delivery driver told police that an unknown
male suspect approached her vehicle and inquired
about the cost of a pizza. The man leaned in dos-
er with something in his hand and asked the vic-
tim for the number to her business. Police said the
suspect reached in the vehicle and told the victim
to give him the money. The victimm shifted the car
Into gear and stepped on the gas, possibly running
over the suspect's foot.
S Brett llen Hicks, 19, of Jacksonville was arrest-
ed Sept. 16 and charged with driving with a sus-
pended or revoked license as a habitual traffic
offender in the 1500 block of Penman Road N.,
according to a police report.
Regina Charlotte Hughes, 39, of Jacksonville
Beach was arrested Sept, 8 and, charged with two.
counts of possession of a controlled substance and
possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in the .
200 block of 10th St. N., according to a.police
report.
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James Charles Sikes, 18,'; of Jacksonville was
arrested Sept. 8 and charged with aggravated bat-
tery in the first block of 12th St. S., according to
police.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH .
Suspicious . circumstances were reported
Thursday by a Jacksonville woman Who was :
house sitting at a residence on Waterbridge Court. .
The victim said her jewelry box was missing from
a bedroom.
Burglary to a restaurant in the 300 block of
North Roscoe Boulevard was reported Saturday,
when the owner told deputies the side door had
been damaged and the door screen cut. Nothing
appeared to be missing, a report said. '
A 38-year-old man was arrested and charged
with aggravated assault/ Saturday evening at a
house in the Plantation after a 42-year-old woman'
said he waved a handgun in the air during.an
argument with her. The gun fired, but deputies
said it was believed to be an accident, and no one
was hurt. Deputies seized a Glock .9mm handgun,
rounds of ammunition, a holster and .9 mm mag-
azines. Shane Zimmerman of Kissimmee was
arrested, deputies said.
A resident of the 300 block of San Juan 'Drive
reported that his golf clubs and golf bag were
stolen from his garage some time Saturday after-
noon. The items were:valued at $750.
A resident of the 600 block of Ponte Vedra Lakes
Boulevard said his $300 digital camera was miss-
ing from his apartment.
An attempted burglary to a home on Ponte
Vedra Circle was reported Friday, when a babysit-
ter discovered a $300 glass door smashed.
Deputies said that a squirrel lawn ornament
appears to have been used to smash the door but
that the would-be burglar did not get inside


ATLANTIC BEACH
A window to a vehicle was reported busted Aug.
31 in the 40 block of Coral Street.
S'* *
A bank fraud was reported Sept. 1 in the 500
block of Camellia Street.
The window to a vehicle was reported shattered
Sept. 3 in the 1300 block of East Coast Drive
A window at the Atlantic Beach Elementary
School cafeteria was reported shattered Sept. 6 in
the 200 block of Sherry Drive.
A burglary to a residence was reported Sept. 5 in
the 70 block of West Fourth Street.
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A trailer was reported stolen Sept. 6 in the 100
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
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I Clothing, a cell phone and a pager were report-
ed stolen from the beach Sept. 6.
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SA simple assault was reported Sept. 7 in the 90
block of West 11th Street.
A simple assault was reported Sept. 7 in the
1000 block of Cornell Lane.
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Police reported that $962 was stolen from a
business Sept. 7 in the 1000 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.
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A lawn mower valued at $300 was reported
stolen from a residence Sept. 8 inthe 300 block of
Seminole Road.
SPolice are investigating a report that a 18-year-
old male was, havingsex, with a 14-year-old
female.
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A simple assault was reported Sept. 8 in the
1600 block of Main Street.
A simple assault was reported Sept. 9 in the
1000 block of Cornell Lane.
A stolen vehicle was recovered Sept. 9 in the
700 block of Atlantic Boulevard.
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Arisy Vermont Hines II, 42, of Atlantic Beach
was arrested and charged with driving with a per-
manently revoked license Sept. 9 in the 2500
block of Third Street, according to a police report.
* * * .
Zina Bethune Drayton, 42, of Atlantic Beach
was arrested and charged with possession of
cocaine Sept. 9 in the 1900 block of Mayport
Road, according to a police report.
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Leah Marie Berger, 38, of Atlantic Beach was
arrested and charged with uttering a forged instru-
ment Sept. 10 in the 1200 block of Mayport,
according to a police report.'
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A credit card was reported stolen from a vehicle
Sept. 11 in the 800 block of Atlantic Boulevard.
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A simple assault was reported Sept. 12 in the
1900 block of Main Street.
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Albert- DemetriuuDotUglas, 39, homelessiwas,
arrested and 'charged with: auto theft Sept. 11 in
the 900 block of Plaza, according to a police
report.
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Frederick Gordon Willingham, 41, of Atlantic
Boulevard was arrested and charged with posses-
sionr of cocaine Sept. 13 in the 800 block of
Seminole Road, according to a police report.
Joseph Charles Davenport, 34, of Neptune
Beach was arrested and charged with leaving the
scene of an accident resulting in injury Sept. 11
in the 600 block of Cherry Street, according to a
police report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
A window at a residence was reported broken
Sept. 18 in the 200 block Myra Street.
S* *' *
Someone reported that a driver's license, two
credit cards and a health insurance card was
stolen from the copy machine at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third Street, Sept. 18.
* * *
A business was reported vandalized Sept. 18 in
the in the 900 block of Third Street.
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A fountain at 200 First Street was reported van-
dalized Sept. 18.
A burglary to a vehicle was reported Sept. 15 in
the 1000 block of First Street.
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Robert Dwayne Lorenz, 44, of Atlantic Beach
was arrested and charged with burglary Sept. 17 in
the 1100 block of Seagate Avenue, according to a
police report.
* * *
Chadwich J. Kreuz, 40, of Jacksonville Beach
was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of
an accident resiilting in injury Sept. 14 in the
1200 block of Penman Road. according to a police
report.
A wall at the Neptune Beach water' plant, 1019
Fifth Street, was reported vandalized with spray,
paint Sept. 14.


Graves:


Cont. from A-1
The remaining six locations will be fenced and
excavation of the sites will be conducted by scrap-
ing away small sections of earth to confirm the
presence of a grave.
"We have six potential grave sites as part of the
Penman Road alignment project," When we do
investigate those sites and we find any human
remains that need to be relocated we will need
funeral homes that can service us immediately."
Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. was
hired by the JTA in conjunction with the city of
Jacksonville to verify the existence of any targets.
The results could not positively identify any
grave sites but indicated the location of 44 possi-
ble anomalies "that could not be associated with
obvious utilities or geologic targets" and "might
warrant further investigation."
A committee made up of city officials, a licensed
funeral director, skeletal analyst, Terrell and other
PRIDE members will meet Sept. 25 to discuss
whether to reinter any remains discovered.


City of Jacksonville City Councilman Art
Graham is also scheduled to attend.
An archaeologist was hired by the city to hand
excavate any unmarked'graves and will submit
any findings to the state for review. *
Terrell said she intends to advocate for them to
investigate every possible target "because if we
find one we think there are going to be others."
"If you find a stick, we-want to make sure it's
not a bone," she said. "We just want to be satisfied
that we have located all of our people."
City officials have identified and charted 80
unmarked graves within the existing cemetery
boundaries. Meadors said the city hopes to assign
names to the unknown burial plots using church
records and oldmilitary service records listing a
beach address and Mayport post.
In addition to the expansion, plans to
improve the cemetery also include a new con-
crete block wall, pavers, an irrigation system and
a gazebo that will serve as a memorial to the
people buried on the ground.


LUAU BENEFIT


. ire dancers and hula dancers highlighted a
7: benefit luauheld Saturday afternoon at the
SLemon Bar in Neptune Beach. Above,
SSharon Reimann, left, and Susie Miller
enjoy the event.


More than 400 tickets were s3ld for the
Lemon Bar luau. Proceeds benefit the
Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry
(BEAM) and the Beaches Resource Center,
which offers a variety of services to at-risk
students and their families. A variety of
Beaches restaurants donated appetizers to
the event, which benefited from clear skies ,
and cool breezes. BEAM founder Father
William Kelly from St. Paul's Catholic ChurcI
was honorary chair with Penny Christian, the
first director of the Resource Center, which
is located behind Fletcher High School.
Above, Dr. Sam Christian, dancer at right
participates in a good-natured hula along '
with other volunteers. The professional
dancers, including the one at right, demon-
strated the moves.


210 delays'likely
Work scheduled to 'begin
Monday on Nocatee Parkvaya
will dose County Road 210 west
of the Intracoastal Waterway for
up to 20 minutes at a time forup
to four weeks.
' Road closures are planned for
10 a.m.to 3 p.m. as cranes lift
85-ton beams into place for two
closely spaced bridges being
built on the parkway over 210 .


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The Leader's Opinion


Museum opening


needs a firm date

Shortly after the millennium began, there was talk of cre-
ating an African-American history museum at the Beaches.
In 2001, organizers of the museum secured the land and
building for the site and a former schoolhouse for black
students at the Beaches was moved to the site at 4th
Avenue and 4th Street South.
As recently as this summer, plans were to have the muse-
um open next month - in October.
Now, however, the opening has been postponed indefi-
nitely.
Yet, organizers continue to seek donations of public
funding.
According to -The Jacksonville' Beach. Elementary
Preservation Fund, Inc., more than $200,000 has been
spent on the project so far.
Five years ago the structure was moved, and nearly a
quarter of a million dollars has been spent on the building
and constructing a 1,100-square-foot annex, but the muse-
um opening date is still uncertain.
Enough work has not been done to get the original four-
room school house and adjacent annex up to current build-
ing code and the last building contractor reportedly pulled
o ut of the project, organizers report. '
W e believe it bears mentioning that the land was donat-
ed for the museum.
It's also worth remembering that the building was donat-
ed for the museum.
Yes, there have been costs associated with moving the
structure, creating the foundation, and installing plumb-
ing, wiring, windows, a security system and much more.
Efforts were also set back when vandals defaced the build-
ing and damaged it.
But we believe that by now the museum opening should
be dearly fixed.
S Until the opening date is set - and met - public
money, such as a $25,000 donation requested from the city
of Atlantic Beach, should not be spent on a project that has
laudable goals, but is taking years to take shape. That
Money has been requested as a lump sum to further con-
struction, but the city is leaning toward $5,000 a year for
five years to help with operations.
Organizers of the museum have worked hard to turn a
dream into reality.
But the delays have been numerous and it is time for all
involved - including taxpayers whose money has been
spent on the project.- to demand timely completion of
the endeavor.
Public money has been spent on the museum, which:is
i near and dear to the heart of many, and we would suggest
that a practical, business-like approach is needed to make
sure the museum opens - soon.
The head of the museum building committee said last
week that the waiting is hard and being so close is disap-
pointing. ?. r
.-We agree, but any public money.for operations should
not be granted until it is dear exactly when the museum
will be open for the public to enjoy. We would encourage
all involved, including those officials and other stewards of
the public money invested in the project so far, to make
sure that the museum opening is a definite reality, not just
a future possibility.



Letters to the editor:

Love - and live for -

Atlantic Beach


STo the editor:
Atlantic Beach is ,a great
place to live.
I hope that those who relied
upon the decision of the city
commissioners that we elected
do not get confused as to what
the decision may mean to us.
Government in America is
not going to fail because of the
decision in Atlantic Beach. We
should all believe in the two
party system - some we lose,
some we win.
We did not display the sign
"Save Atlantic Beach." Dothose
with those signs in their yards
understand what it meant? I
questioned five people and
none had an answer to "What:


does that mean?"
Please do not read in that
"the democracy of America" is
questioned by this decision.
We left the decision to protect
our toivnship in the hands of
those we trusted enough to
elect - isn't that the right way?
My thinking is love and live
for America. Love and live for,
Atlantic Beach.
For- the disappointed, I sug-
gest you live with the decision
or possibly took for other areas
in which to live where you will
be happy.
Chuck Hardman
Atlantic Beach


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Few bother to vote in election

and fewer understand import

of participating in democracy


Another primary election
was held Sept. 5 In Florida
with very few people bother-
ing to vote. Millions were
� spent with little result.
While the final numbers
are not in, assume that there
was a 20 percent turnout of
registered voters. Further
assume that only half of the
people who can register did,
leaving you with 10 percent
of people eligible in Florida
voting.
In order to win you need to
take a majority of that 10 per-


LI
FRE
GUEST C


cent, or roughly 5.1 percent of
those who are eligible to vote. This is very
discouraging.
Some years ago, in my early races for
Congress, the primaries were in April and
May. The Democrats felt that having later
elections gave them a political advantage.
Thp reason was that the Republicans were in
the great minority and a Democrat running
did not have to "recognize" a Republican
until after the primary was over. This meant
with the change to September, that the
Republican only had two months to cam-
paign, or if there was a runoff, one month
to campaign as a recognized candidate.
Of course, the situation has now reversed,
with the Republicans in the vast majority.
Running for governor was incredibly frus-
trating during the summer. I used to kid
that I would have been better off visiting
the golf courses in North Carolina raising
money, than trying to find enough people
for a fundraiser in Florida. People in the
summer, even with the early start of school,
are much more interested in their vacations
and relaxing, than listening to someone
running for political office.
The low voter turnout favors the person
with the best name recognition. The
Katherine Harris race was a great example of
that. She had three opponents whose com-
bined votes were more than hers. But, with
the split vote, Harris was an easy winner.
Despite all of her problems, she had
statewide name recognition and a number
of loyal Republicans felt that she deserved
the nomination, especially in view of what
she went through in the year 2000.
The second example was the. race for the
second most powerful office in the state, the
chief financial officer. State Sen. Tom Lee
ran against State Rep. Randy Johnson In the
Republican primary. Neither Is well known
in the state, nor did their messages get
through to many people. However, Lee had
a weapon - the early endorsement of
Governor Jeb Bush. Gov. Bush Is still popu-
lar and respected. The ads featuring Lee and
Bush made the difference in the campaign.
Most people who didn't know much about
the job or the candidates decided that if


Bush liked Lee, Lee had to
.,.. be all right, and so it was
San easy victory for Lee.
The governor's race, as
we predicted, was a
blowout, with State
Attorney General Charlie
Crist winning by over 30
.. y points. Chief Financial
Officer Tom Gallagher,
j. despite running four times
for governor, never really
got his campaign going.
OU When it was starting to
:Y JR. pick up steam, ethics prob-
OLUMNIST lems and personal prob-
lems surfaced and it was
apparent for many months he was going to
lose. The only question was how substan-
tial. It was substantial.
Finally, I did an informal survey in
Orange County with voters whom I knew,
asking them if they voted for judges and, if
s9, wq ;T. Tjhe first thiA 1 found-, that
.many..peopld didn't v16. For instance, in
the race for governor in Orange County, the
total vote was approximately 80,000. For
county judges, it was 60,000. Of the people
who did vote many told me they had no
idea who they were voting for: Some looked
through the paper for endorsements. Some
called lawyers or fellow lawyers. Some had
seen a campaign brochure and remembered
the name. What was interesting is that some
of the lawyers I talked to had no idea who
some of the people running were.
One wonders if there are changes that
could be made to make the primary voting
more meaningful. It is obvious that having
the most money and/or name recognition is
a major asset that is hard to overcome no
matter when the elections take place. One
wonders if it is possible to limit the election
season. One wonders if moving the primar-
ies back to April and May before school is
out and most people are at home would be
a help. One wonders if it would be possible
after the primaries are over in May to put a
hiatus on money raising until the fall. One
wonders if having questions on the FCAT
about civics would drive teachers in the
school system to teach more about Florida
government.
To me, the real answer lies with the young
people. Somehow or other we have to do a
good enough job in educating them, that
they understand that voting Is a right and a
responsibility. You wonder how long our
system can stagger on if a great majority of
the people dqn't understand the issues,
don't know the candidates and don't vote.
Lou Frey Jr. served In Congress from 1969 to
1979 and is a past president of Former
Members of Congress. He is now a partner in
the law finn of Lowndes, Drosdick, foster,
Kantor & Reed, P.A. in Orlando. He can be
reached at lou.frey@lowndeslaw.com.


ore leters to the ei tor.:


Scitizens learn how fragile

democracy is here in America


To the editor:
This is the best laugh of the year. The Beaches
Leader front page article on Sept. 15, 2006,
headlines "African visitors to learn govt. in AB"
meeting- with our city commissioners.
Unfortunately, it's very sad because citizens of.
Atlantic Beach in this past year learned a very.
serious lesson on how fragile our democracy is
here in America.
If we are not diligent and involved and real-
ly know who we are electing to our govern-,


mental offices, we will have the disaster that
occurred in Atlantic Beach by a very small
minority voting in an extremist liberal mayor
and commission bent on their agenda of dra-
matically taking our property rights from all of
us.. They are a group that proclaims that'they
must protect the minority from the majority.
Not in my town or country! ,
Bob Castro
Atlantic Beach


Support for commissioners ironic


To the editor:
I find it ironic that the AB commissioners are
receiving support for their vote from citizens
who have already attained "the almighty dol-
lar." Persons living in two-story homes cover-
ing 70 percent of their lot who built on 9th


Street years back. I wonder if the .54 FAR
would allow their structure now?

Jim Schuman
Jacksonville


JOHN
HARDEBECK
COLUMNIST


This man's

hobbies

are tribute

to stamina
TAW hen we were kids,
some of us no doubt
S rode a hobby horse.
As adults, many keep clip-
clopping along on another
kind of hobby horse, described
in my Webster's as "a pursuit
outside one's regular occupa-
tion engaged in for relax-
ation." Sometimes the hobby
� practitioner demonstrates real
creativity.
In my 35 years at
Prudential, I met quite a few
people who did just that.
SThere was one who played a
smooth, savvy trumpet at
company dances. Another was
an award-winning maker of
furniture. He ended up design-
ing and constructing much-
admired sets for professional
stage productions, thus con-
verting his avocation into a
vocation.
Now comes word of a super-
charged hobbyist I missed.
The September newsletter of
the Jacksonville-based
Prudential Employees
Retirement Club (PERC) car-
ried a lengthy, fact-packed
eulogy on a man, Eric Wilson,
who I never got to know very
well but wish I had. He died
Aug. 7 at age 89. The item was
written by PERC's president,,
J.B.,Ulch- and reveals the.
incredible number of diverse
pastime interests that Eric fol-
lowed.
I'll quote some of J.B.'s
thoroughgoing write-up: "He
made earrings from seashells,
carved leather wallets, was
into ceramics, did electrical
work---ceiling fans, thermo-
stats, and anything electrical
or mechanical, woodworking--
-made a Rainbow Circle China
Cabinet and many other
pieces of furniture, did stained
glass for about 10 years
including Lakewood
Presbyterian Church windows,
built and flew radio controlled
airplanes---also built radio
controlled boats and sailed
them."
Continuing, "(he) made cast
nets and hammocks, took gui-
tar lessons and played an elec-
tric bass guitar, sang in the
choir and did solos for 40
years, grew hydroponic toma-
toes, grew bonsai plants,
invented a dog back scratcher
and Fly Ball machine, was
into calligraphy, and his most
recent retirement hobby was
making baskets out of pine
straw...." All this, wrote J.B.,
was in addition to co-running
a shallow well drilling busi-,
ness for a few years after
retirement.
Buddy, as some knew him '
from his early years in New
Jersey, where he graduated ,
Columbia High School, also,
did the window at First
Christian Church of the
Beaches in Neptune Beach and
smoked mullet.
Eric Wilson must have been
one who thought work was.
more fun than fun. I'd wager
that he didn't often sit in a
rocking chair and that if he
had a rocker he probably
made it. As much as I admire
�his wide-ranging, leisure-time
initiative and curiosity,
though, I don't want to be
quite that occupied. Please
credit my work ethic account
with this sometimes self- ,
descriptive, terse verse:
A retiree who came from the
* Pru is looking for something
to do. He flops on his bed,
such tfHughts in his head,
and'is snoozing before he gets
through.

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'ore letters to the editor:



Keeping Wal-Mart out of


Neptune Beach worth the fight


To the editor:
I attended the Neptune, Beach Town
Council meeting Monday, Sept. 11, and like
other citizens of Neptune Beach I am con-
cerned about the Wal-iMart store that might
come in to our neighborhood. I was very
proud to. see our council members and
maror hold firm in spite of a badgering.and'
bullying WVal-NMart lawyer. I would like to
thank them. Most of the citizens of Neptune
Beach don't want a WValMart.
The legal argument given by the Wal-Mart
lawyer was that Wal-Mart was not being


treated equally and the council had a quasi-
judicial obligation to rule in their favor in
spite of what their constituents might want.
Have a haid time with the concept that
our Town Council cannot, for whatever rea-
son, do what is desired by the community
and what is best for the community. This
makes a farce out of democracy.
\Val-Mart is the largest retailer in America.
It is becoming a monopoly. Monopolies are
bad for our country's economy. Monopolies
most often are arrogant and insensitive.
This describes Val-Mart's attitude towards


Neptune Beach. They are threatening to sue
our town. This could bankrupt our commu-
nity. Is this good community relations?
Is it worth the fight? Yes. What is happen-
ing to us is happening to hundreds of small
towns around America. Some have won,
some have lost. But in the spirit of freedom
and democracy, we should fight.
David Porter
Neptune Beach


Assistance after bike

accident appreciated

..,To the editor:. ,: Another nice lady .offered, us u
We want to give a heartfelt water. We sure appreciate your
thanks to the unknown ladies kindness and help
at Sunshine Park Monday Thanks also to the off-duty
around 11.a.m. for making the officer who responded first, the
911 call after my husband's bad many police officers and para-
bicycle accident. My husband medics who quickly followed
had taken, quite a fall .off his along .with all the staff at
bike (while riding with our Beaches hospital who were all
dog) onto the sprocket tearing wonderful even though they
a huge gaping gash on his leg. were having an incredible busy
One lady who saw the fall day in the ER. .. ,
asked immediately if we need-: : .
ed help, and I asked her to call Justyn and HoUy McKay
911. She also moved his bike Jacksonville Beach
out of the entranceway for us. _ ..


Call him Bubba J., or

don't call him at all


O ne :of my oldest friends
I from Jacksonville is
Bubba. He was a proud
son of the "Best Side, the West
SSide!" 18 and a half years ago,
his wife Shirley Q gave birth
to a fine boy they named
Bubba the-3rd. From that......
moment oh -mv y buddvi~a'ned
to8V 1� ivOn a'Bubba Jr. W
nak suiire everyone knew' he
was his new son's Daddy.
A few years ago. Bubba Jr.,
Shirley Q and Bubba the 3rd
moved to a small rural town
in North Central Florida. At
first they stayed in touch with
my wife, Dianne, and me.
Slowly we just drifted apart,
Until last week when Bubba Ir.
Called me.
"Hoyle I am so excited -
right after graduation, Bubba
the 3rd married his high '
school sweetheart, Theresa!"
IHe paused to make sure I
knew to pronounce the'H' in
her name.) "lust wanted you
to know the H ain't silent.
Now the even better news,
she's having a baby and it's
Gonna be a boy."
After congratulations I told,
him how proud I knew he
must be. He then said "NMy
boy is honoring me with the
new grandson's name!"
"'"That's great! So now there'll
be a Bubba the 4th."
"No, that's vhat I figured
he'd name him but they're
gonna call him Bubba I.V. It's
right here on the e-mail my
boy sent me! Clear as day,
Bubba I.V. ',
. Calmly'I: tied to explain.
"You misunderstand buddy,
that's how you type the 4th in
Roman numerals, with an IV."
"Oh come on Hovle, my son
don't speak Italian. I think I.V.
comes from me telling him
when I had a grandson I want-
ed him to grow up and be a
doctor."
It was an argument I could-
n't win so I asked him how
everything else was going.
Over the next two hours he
filled me in on life in rural
North Central Florida. He told
me about going to an open
house,at the biggest home-in,
town. It was owned by a guy
named Dwayne P Ferguson.
Old Bubba Jr. described it as a
chateau on a hill. "
"It so big, it's known around
here'as Stately Dwayne,
Manor!" The last thing he said
on that sublect was something
about it being the only triple
wide east of Panama City.
Next I'learned that Bubba Jr.
and his wife had taken it upon
themselves to try and divert
tourists from 1-95 and 1-75 to
"historic" US Highway 17,
which happens to go through


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HOYLE DEMPSEY
COLUMNIST
: their town. They posted fliers
at truck stops in Lake City and-
in St. Augustine touting the
great fresh water fishing. My
buddy just happens to own a
bait shop. Tourists were also
informed that there was not
only a KFC in this new bas-
tion of Florida pride, but a
Popeye's as well.
"Yep Hoyle, my wife Shirley
Q has a great way to greet
tourists when they get here.
Yoi know those big fluffy-
Jooking necklaces Hawaiian
girls put around your neck .
when you arrive out there?" .,
After I tried to explain to
him they're called leis and
wasting almost 10 minutes, he
continued.
"' Well anyway my wife has
strung together a bunch of
necklaces made out of Viennia
Sausages. Not only are,they.
what my bride calls a nice.,
fashion statement, they are
delicious. It's the greeting that
keeps on giving!"
SFinally Bubba Jr. gave me .
Stood much information about
why his wife should cut down
on how many of her necklaces
she consumes.
"It's kind of. personal but it
gives her gas. Dog was barking
all night long and he was a
block away. Hey, I had to open
.a couple of windows."
Just before Bubba Jr. got off:
the phone he promised to
Shave Bubba the 3rd e-mail me
a full color slide show with
pictures of a Yankee couple
standing in front of their RV
at the Speedway Truck Stop,
across the street from his bait
shop. I. .,
"The old boy was amazing.
He ate a whole necklace with-,
out using his hands! Must
have been 14 or 15 Vienna
Sausages. His wife said we ,
ought to try and get that in.
the Guinness Book of World'
Records."
Can't tell you how amazing
it was, because I accidentally
deleted it, twice. First from my
mail, then from my trash..
Then I emptied my recycle
bin, justin case.


BUDGET SUMMARY - .

CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACIH,FLORIDA - FISCAL YEAR 2006 - 2007

The Proposed Operating Budget expenditures'of the City of Neptune Beach are 3.2% more than last year's Total Operating
-Expenditures.,


. ; General Fund
ESTIMATED REVENUES:


2.9000


GENERAL SPECIAL D .EBT ENTERPRISE TRUST & : TOTAL
FUND REVENUE SERVICE FUNDS AGENCY FUNDS ALL FUNDS


Taxes: Millage per $1000
Ad Valorem Taxes 2.9000 $1,981.679 $1.981.679
Sales and Use Taxes 795,724 787,251 1,546.975
SFranchise and Utilitv Taxes 692,242 692,242
Charges for Services 156,575 ,4,053,071 4.209,646
SGrants and Contributions 417,957 74,837 . : 30,000: 522.794
Fines and Forfeitures . 83.500 41,000 124.50
License & Permits : 109,050 109,050
Intergovernmental 188,424 . 74,612 : 463.036:
Interest Income 34.500 18.714 17,464 100.060 170.738
Miscellaneous 10.000 14.500 24.500
TOTAL SOURCE 4.433,651 921,802 0 4,085,035 404,672 9,845.160
Transfers In 320.000 45.000 263,904 30,000 658.904
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 1,188,000 895,089 0 4,182.575 6,265.664
TOTAL REVENUE, TRANSFERS, &
BALANCES ' $5,941,651 $1.861.891 $263,904 $4.115.035 $4.587,247 $16.769,728
EXPENDITURES
General Government 1,003,953 ', . 1,003.953
Public Safety ' ' - 'b'id "" :. i 2.706.44 12,615 . ' 212,000, .0 4057"
, Culture and Recreation 379,173 , 193.688 11.035 583,896
Debt Services 0 263,904 526.467 790,371
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 4,443,536 1,561,889 263,904 3,957,239 223.035 10.449.603
Transfers Out 310,000 298.904 50,000 658.904
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 1,188,115 1,098 0 107,796 4,364,212 5.661.221
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES,
TRANFERS. RESERVES & BALANCES $5,941.651 $1,861,891 $263,904 $4.115,035 $4.587.247 $16.769.728

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICEOF THE ABOVE MENTIONED.
TAXING AUTHORITY ASA PUBLIC RECORD.




NOTICE OF PROPOSED

TAX INCREASE


The City of Neptune Beach, Florida has tentatively

adopted a measure to increase its property tax levy.:


Last year's property tax levy!

A. Initially proposed tax levy . $2,130,040



B. Less tax reductions due to

Value Adjustment Board and other

assessment changes $ (322,520)


C. Actual property tax levy $1,807,520



This year's proposed tax levy .. $2,033,022


All concerned citizens are invited to attend a public hearing on the
tax increase to be held on Monday, September 25, 2006, 6:00 p.m.,
at City Hall, in the City Council Chambers 116 First Street,
Neptune Beach, Florida 32266


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the budget
will be made at this hearing.


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Wednesday, Sept. 20
Family Fun Hour: The GTM
Reserve hosts a Family Fun
Hour from 10 to 11 a.m. The
hour of stories, activities aind
nature crafts is suitable for ages
4-10. The inaugural reading
will be "Danny & Daisy
Dolphin," a Suzanne Tate
Nature Series selection. The
hour will include cutting, col-
oring and pasting; all materials
will be supplied. The monthly
event is open to groups, but
reservations are required. The
GTM Reserve Environmental
Education Center is located at
505 Guana River Road off A1A,
17 miles south of Buter
Boulevard or eight miles north
of.Vilano Beach. For informa-
tion, call 904-823-4500.


Membership coffee: The
annual membership coffee for
Ribault Garden Club will begin
at 10 a.m. at the club, 705 2nd
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Vice 'president of: the State'
Federation of Garden Clubs
Jan Sillek will be the speaker.
There will be refreshments and
door prizes. Call 247-1865 for
information.

Dynamics in Leadership: A
Dynamics in Leadership semi-
nar will be held at 5:30 p.m.
and again at 8 a.m. the 'iext
day at the Wingate Inn at the
intersection . of Butler
Boulevard and Hodges
Bouevard. The seminar, which
is free to the public, will
address leadership, the main
reasons why managers fail and


FABFEST: An opening recep- how individuals and compa-
tion for the Future Artists of nies can prepare for the chal-
the Beaches Festival (FABFEST) lenges of tomorrow. For infor-
will be held from 5 to 6:30 nation or to reserve a seat, call
p.m. at AmSouth Bank, 233 904-221-6385 or email dth-
Ponte Vedra Park Drive, Ponte ode4351@bellsouth.net.
Vedra Beach. Local art teach-
ers, participating, schools, busi-,, Friday, Sept. 22
ness spnsds dndhe ~immerI , Seator s ;-
MdlseUrn Art Cbniectths staft Re reselta ive& of U.S. Setat*k
will be honored. Bill Nelson will hold office
hours for Duval County resi-
NARFE: National Active and dents from 10 a.m. to noon in
Retired Federal Employees, the ' Atlantic ' Beach
Chapter 1671, will meet at Commission Chambers, 800
noon for lunch at the Golden Seminole Road. The session is
Corral Restaurant, 14035 open to anyone, including
Beach Blvd. Visitors: are wel- those who need help with a
come. For information, call federal issue. Those unable to
731-3968 or 221-7644. attend may contact Nelson by
mail at 1301 Riverplace Blvd.,
Thursday, Sept. 21 Suite 2218; Jacksonville, Fla.,
Kickoff meeting: The 32207 or via e-mail .at
Sawgrass P' layers Club http://billrielson.senate.gov.
Women's Association holds its For. further details, call
:kickoff meeting and luncheon Nelson's office at 904-346-,
at The Todge in Ponte Vedra 4500.


Beach, at the intersection of
Corona Road and. Ponte Vedra
Blvd. The meeting.begins at 11
a.m., program at 11:30 'a.m.
and luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Jay
Wright, a Jacksonville
University professor and for-
mer Jesuit who will give a syn-
opsis of his six-lecture pro-
gram, "The DaVinci. Code -
Myth or Fact." For more infor-
mation, contact publicity
chairman Barbara Buck at 940-
6082 or babapv@bellsouth.net
or association president Betty
Draytoi at 285-9227.


LAFRA steak, dinner: The
Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet
Reserve Association Unit 290
will hold a steak dinner from 5
to 8 p.m. at the Branch Home,
390 Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. A $10 donation will be
accepted, and takeout orders
are welcome. 246-6855.

QuiitFest: The 20th annual
Judged Quilt Show will be held
Through Sept. 24 at the Prime
Osborn Convention Center,
1000 ' :W. Water St.,
Jacksonville. Hours are 9 a.m.
to 6 p.mi:, Friday and Saturday,


noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Cost is
$8 daily and $12 for a multi-
day pass. Children under 10
are fee with a paid adult. For
information, visit www.quiilt-
festjax.com or call 724-7458.

Saturday, Sept. 23
Senior driving: -The AARP
Driver Safety Program for driv-
ers age 50 or older will be held
,today and Sunday at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center, located at 2004 Forest
Ave., from 1 to 5 p.m. each
day. Registration for the eight-
hour course, four hours each'
day, is $10. Participants don't
have to be AARP members to
attend. Call 483-1725 or e-mail
r.spruell@comcast.net for reser-
vations.
Ataxia support: The
Northeast Florida Ataxia
Support Group will hold its
quarterly meeting at the
Homestead Restaurant on
Beach Boulevard at 12:30 p.m.
National Ataxia Day on Sept.
25 will be celebrated at the
luncheon. The speaker will be
Takmmi 'Van Brocklin of Brooks
Rehabilitation. For informa-
tion, call June McGrane at 904-
.273-4644. .

Rotaract: The Rotaract Club
of Jacksonville's Beaches hosts
the Endless Summer Ball from
6:30 to 10 p.m. at the Cultural
Center of Ponte Vedra Beach,
50 Executive Way. Tickets are
$40. The Endless Summer Ball
will benefit Dreams Come
True, the First Coast's. only
locally based non-profit organ-
ization dedicated to fulfilling
dreams of children with life-
threatening illnesses, and the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach. For information about
the. Rotaract Club of
Jacksonville's Beaches, visit
www.beachesrotaract.org. 904-
296-3030.

Monday, Sept. 25
Octogenarian Open: The
'ninth annual Octogenarian
Open will be held at Selva
Marina Country Club in
Atlantic Beach. The event,
funded by: Buzz Lloyd, is
open only to those 80 years old
and older and begins with a
Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. For
information;, R - chll ' ' Selvd
Marina's golf pro shop at 246-
3144.

Ultimate ; linen: Baptist
Medical Center Beaches
Hospital Auxiliary will have an
ultimate linen sale in the main
lobby of the Beaches Hospital,
1305 13th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach. The sale will open at 7.
a.m. and close at 4 p.m.

Wednesday,
Sept. 27
Annual meeting: Baptist
Medical Center Beaches
Hospital Auxiliary will hold its
annual meeting and luncheon
starting at 10 a.m. at Selva
Marina Country Club .All aux-
iliary members are invited, and
reservations are required. A raf-
fle will be part of the event, for
which tickets are on sale at the.
auxiliary sign-in desk at the
hospital.

Daughters of Confederacy:
The United Daughters of the
Confederacy, Mattie T. Wright
Chapter, meets at 11 a.m. at
Selva Marina Country Club,
1600 Marina Drive, Atlantic
Beach. The speaker is Louise
Roberson Waddell. Visitors are


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welcome. Call 223-1413 for
information.

Beaches Library: Three dif-
ferent children's programs will
be held at the Beaches Library,
600,Third St., Neptune Beach.
Toddler Time is held at 10:30
a.m., Mother Goose Storytime
at 11 a.m. and Pre-school
Storytime at 11:30 a.m.
Friday, Sept. 29
French. view: - Alliance
Francaise will: present David
Schwam-Baird, a professor of
political science at the
University of North Florida
and an expert on Middle
Eastern affairs, at 7:30 p.m.
Schwam-Baird will speak on
"The French View of the
Middle East Today" in Building
10, Room 1102, at UNF. The
speech is free and open to the
public. For information, call
354-9000, ext. 236.

Saturday, Sept. 30
Beaches Nutcracker: Open
auditions for the new Beaches
Community Nutcracker will be
held from noon to 3 p.m. at
East Coast Ballet,. 1401-E
Penman Road, Jacksonville
Beach. The auditions are open
to 10 years old and up. Call
904-124-1266 for information.

Benefit evening: floridareal-
tyweb.com and Ace Mortgage
Funding, LLC host a "Black
and White Night" social affair
at the Seawalk Hotel in
Jacksonville Beach. Guests are
invited to get creative in black
and white attire for a night of
music, dancing and door
prizes. Doors open at 7:30 pm.
All proceeds from the event
will be donated to Children's
Miracle Network benefitting
Shands Jacksonville .arid
Wolfson Children's Hospital..
For details or ticket informa-
tion, contact Dan McCarthy at
200-2660.

JMOMA: "Jammin' at
JMOMA!", a back-to-school.
party for middle school stu-
dents only, will run from 7 to
10 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Museum of Modern Art
LIMOMA). Any middle school
student who enjoys art, music
and fun is invited. There will
be DJs, dancing, pizza, softR
drinks, art projects and "old-
school" break-dancers. All stu-
dents must wear their school.
I.D. for admittance, and the
school with the most students
in attendance will win an art
workshop with JMOMA's edu-
cation department. A film will
be screened in JMOMA's the-
atre should mom and/or dad
want'to be around the festivi-
ties. Admission for students is
,$10; parents are free.
Monday, Oct. 2
Prenatal Yoga:. Prenatal
Yoga private and semi-private
instruction is offered in
Atlantic Beach. A fall-winter
12-session package is available.
Call Dana Peacher, 372-0116.

Tuesday, Oct. 3.
DAR: The Ponte Vedra
Chapter. of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will
meet at 10:45 a,m.. at Marsh
Landing Country Club, 25655
Marsh Landing Parkway, Ponte
Vedra,Beach. Speaker Marjorie
Ramseur will be in costume as
she talks about the
Constitution, For information,
contact Carolyn Roth at 904-'
992-7463.


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Wednesday
Ballroom dancing:
Ballroom dancing is offered at
7:30 p.m. at the Senior Center,
281 19th' Avenue S.,
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$4. For information, call 241-
3796.

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

Poker tournament: A week-
'ly poker tournament is sched-
uled from 1 to 4 p.m. at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center. Tables, cards, chips,
refreshments and snacks are
provided. The Senior Activity.
Center is located at 2004 Forest
Avenue and can be reached by
calling 270-1688.
Sons of Italy: The Sons of
Italy Beaches Lodge 2821 con-
ducts its general meeting at
7:30 p.m. the third Wednesday
of every month at the Adele


Grage 'Cultural Center, 716
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach. A
social time starting at 6:30 pre-
cedes each meeting. Anyone,
male or female of Italian her-
itage or not, who is interested
in attending is welcome as a
guest. For more information,
call 904-242-4929

Yoga for health: Yoga for
Health & Healing is offered
from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
at the Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center. The class is
designed for those reluctant to
attend a regular class but want
to learn the fundamentals of
yoga. For more information,
contact Leslie Lyne at the
Senior Activity Center, 270-
1688, or call the teacher,
Nancy Rathburn, at 386-6453.

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


analysis and weight loss con-
sults are offered at Metabolic
Research Center, 274 Solana
Road, in the Winn-Dixie Plaza
in Ponte Vedra Beach.

Friday
Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
Inc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at St.
Paul's Catholic . Church's,
Family Life Center, 578 1st
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-3299 for information.

Senior tennis: Tennis for
seniors is being offered from 9
to 11 a.m. at Huguenot Tennis
Center in Jacksonville Beach.
For information, call Moe 'at
247-6221.
Saturday
Adopt-A-Rescued-Kitty:
Kittens and cats that have been
veterinarian-checked and test-
ed, and that have shots and
been neutered, are available for
adoption from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. at PetCo at Atlantic and
Kernan boulevards.

Sunday
Depression support:


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

Monday
NLA: Natural Living Alliance
of St. Johns County meets the
third Monday of every month
at 7 p.m. in the public meeting
room at the St. Augustine
Record, at State Roads 312 and
207. The public is welcome.
Jacob Hamilton will speak
about "Biodiesel/Alternative
Fuels and You." For informa-
tion, visit www.naturallivin-
galliance.org.
Tuesday
Beaches Arts Center: A
beginner watercolor class is
offered from 9 a.m. to, 11 a.m.,
and watercolor for all levels is
offered in the evening, as well
as Wednesday and Thursday
mornings. Figure drawing
classes are held from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. The Beaches Arts Center
is at 228 3rd Ave. N.


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OBITUARIES


Joshua Cody Gardiner


Irene . Hostrup


Joshua Cody
Gardiner, 22, born
Aug. 31, 1984 to
Kenneth and Brenda
Gardiner in Peoria,
Iii., died Sept. 14,
2006 in Jacksonville.
He was a Publix
employee for more
than three years .
Gardiner is sur-
vived by his parents;


brothers, Kenneth, Jacob and Jordan; maternal
grandparents, Jack and Mary Jane Sutton; and
long-time girlfriend; Richelle Ramirez.
A visitation will, be held Thursday at
hardage_giddens Funeral Home on. Beach
Boulevard in Jacksonville beach from, 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. , with a graveside service at 11 a.m.
Friday at Beaches Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home.


Irene J.'Hostrup, 84, born March 30, 1922, to
Leonard and Anna Starick in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
died Sept. 14, 2006, in Jacksonville.
Hostrup was a founding member of Our
Lady Star of the Sea Catholic .Church in Ponte
Vedra Beach. A Ponte )Vedra resident, she
played tennis at the Ponte Vedra Club and
played bridge on a weekly basis.
During World War II, Hostrup installed and
tested instrument panels in military aircraft.
Hostrup was predeceased by her husband of


58 years, Henry "Hank" Hostrup. She is sur-
vived by her son, Richard Hostrup (Patsy), and
grandson, Craig Sterling Hostrup.
A funeral Mass will be held at 11 a.m.
Saturday at Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic
Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions
may be made to Boy Scouts of America, 521 S.
Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32205.
Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home.


Holly Elizabeth McGrath


Robert James Huffman


Robert James
Huffman, 72, died at
his Atlantic Beach.
home Sept. :15,
2006. Huffman was
S " born March 16,
S1934, in St. Louis,
SMo., to Kenneth and
Helene Huffman but
grew up in Dallas.
H t fHuffman earned a
Sc bachelor's 'degree in'
chemical engineer-
ing from the University of Texas, where he was
a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. Following
graduation, he served as a U.S. Navy engineer-
ing officer on board the USS.General Mann.
Huffman began his business career in n1958'
at Pittsburgh Plate and Glass Co., then joined
Celanese Corp.: in Charlotte, N.C. From 1962
to 19.73; he occupied positions. in man-made
fibers, chemicals,: rubber goods, automotive
and the tobacco industries. A chemical scien-
tist, Huffman was granted a U.S. patent for
inventing a cigarette filter that is widely used
today.
Huffman was prorrmoted as the youngest vice
president in Celanese history and moved for
10 years to New York, N.Y., where he was
responsible for marketing and merchandising
to the textile markets. Following a return to
Charlotte, Huffman served as a member of the
board of directors of an international joint


venture between Celanese and Imperial
Chemical Industries, Ltd.
In 1986, Huffman fulfilled a lifelong goal by,
purchasing his own company, Jeter-Miller,
Inc., of Dallas, Tex.; which he directed until
his retirement in 1996.
SHuffman considered the move to his
Atlantic Beach home the best decision he ever
made, according to family. He was an avid
golfer who enjoyed the camaraderie as much
as the game.
Huffman is survived by his wife, Virginia
McGuire Huffman; son, Adam Scott Huffman
of Charlotte, N.C.;, daughter, Patricia J.
'Huffman of Kiev, Ukraine; stepson, John A.
Beatty of West Palm Beach.; stepdaughter,
Heather L. Beatty of Austin, Texas; sister,
Nancy Wenzler of Milwaukee, Wis.; grandchil-
dren, Adam Jr., Taylor and Eric; and nine
nieces and nephews. '
A private ceremony at sea with naval honors
will be preformed at a later date. Family
friends are invited to a celebration of
Hufnfan's life at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Selva
Marina Country Club.
Donations may be made to the David L. Neff
II Scholarship Fund, Hazelden Center For
Youth, 11505 36th Ave. N., Plymouth, Minn.
55441, or the Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
Fla. 32257.
Services under the direction and care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


Holly Elizabeth McGrath, 20, of Ponte Vedra
Beach, died Sept. 16, 2006. She was born in
Cincinnati, Ohio to Michael and Robin
McGrath.
SMcGrath graduated from Nease High School
in 2004 and was a member of Palm Valley
Baptist Church. She was an avid rider who com-
peted in many equestrian events and loved shar-
ing her equestrian knowledge with children. She
touched many lives with her loving, compas-
sionate personality.
McGrath is survived by many family members


Richard Alan
Stines, 51, died Sept.
13, 2006. He 'was
born in Orange, NJ.,
but had been a resi-
.. o - .th dent of the
Jacksonville Beaches
area since child-
. . . .hood.
Stines was an avid
surfer and member
'-.,~' of the Surfing
Association. He'
loved to travel to
Hawaii and Costa
S Rica to surf with his
son; friends and his son's friends.
Stines took boating courses and became an
avid'sailor. As a child he sailed the Block Island'
Races off the coast of Rhode Island.
Stines was a self-employed mechanic who.
loved foreign cars. He received the highest
training Porsche offers. He also was a licensed


and friefids who will cherish her memory, honor
and love her all the days of their lives.
The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m.
. Friday at the Palm Valley Baptist Church. Burial
will follow in Ponte Vedra Valley Cemetery.
Flower arrangements entrusted to Hardage-
Giddens Funeral. Home, 1701 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach, or donations may be made
to the memorial fund for Holly McGrath at
'SuiiTrust Bank to continue her work teaching
children to ride.


SCCA sports car driver who raced locally.
Stines was a natural fisherman and talented
in mountain biking and golfing. A singer, he
went from singing in church to being a well-
accomplished.rock singer in a band.
Stines is survived by his parents, Judy and
Harold Stines; son, Seth Stines; brothers, Mark
Stines .(Marti) and Billy Stines; sister, Carol
Homer (David); and many other family hiem-
bers and friends.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1
p.m. Saturday at Our Lady Star of the Sea
Catholic Church, Ponte Vedra Beach.
A celebration paddle-out will immediately
follow the ceremony at Mickler's Landing.
As requested by his son, participants are
asked to wear casual attire, including baggies
and sandals, in Stines' memory.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to the
American Cancer Society are preferred.
Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz
Funeral Home.


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Florie Adiutori of Ponte Vedra Beach (right), chair of the Oct. 26 Betty Griffin House benefit lunch-
eon and fashion show at the Sawgrass Marriott Resort, discusses plans for the event with Lana
Kiesel, event planner for Stein Mart. Tickets at $45 each are available by check or charge by call-
ing Adiutori at 543-.1086.


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BUSINESS


by CATHY KEN
CONTRIBUTOR
Florida's vast real estate market and ultimate-
ly the economy of the state are threatened by
spiraling insurance rates, says a University of
Florida researcher.
"The entire economy will have to adjust to
these higher insurance costs," said Wayne
Archer, director of UF's Center for Real Estate
Studies; which recently completed a new -quar-
terly survey of Florida real estate trends. "It's a
big enough hit, just like gas prices, that it will
ultimately affect every business and every price
that is property intensive."
The unusually active 2004-05 hurricane sea-
son precipitated the higher rates, and while
these have already struck homeowners and
apartment owners, who are passing costs-on to
tenants by .raising rerits, commercial tenants
have not been affected yet. on a large scale,
Archer said.
Commercial leases are usually for longer peri-
ods of at least five years, and as these agree-
ments are renewed over the next few years;
businesses are likely to respond to the'cost'by
increasing rents, resulting in their tenants rais-
ing the price of their products, he said.. ;
"The most dramatic increases will be in the
cost of real estate, but consumer prices'will'also'
go up some, just as rising gas prices put pressure:
on costs across the board," he said.
The insurance crisis was identified as the
biggest trend in Florida's real estate market in
the center's new statewide quarterly survey.
Industry executives, real estate lawyers, market
analysts, title insurers, financial advisers, mar-
ket research economists, real estate scholars and
other experts in the field from around the state
were asked a series of questions by UF's Survey
Research Center in July. The softening housing
market was the second most mentioned trend.
,"The respondents were very conscious that
the housing market is softening," Archer said.
"With inventories of single-family homes build-
ing up, they're apprehensive about what might
begin to happen to prices and sales. They're
even more concerned about condos and think
prices could begin to fall in some cases."
While 69 percent of the survey respondents
expect condo prices to lag behind inflation or.
even decline, only 47 percent of the respon-
dents were as pessimistic about single-family
home prices, Archer said. And while nearly 70


percent expect a downturn in absorption rates -
the rate at which properties are able to be leased
or sold - 61 percent expect the same pattern in
single-family housing, he said.

Condos typically are a more volatile market
than single-family housing and frequently a
magnet for speculators who have no profes-
sional real estate experience, Archer said.
"Condos seem to be an easy way for fairly
immature investors in real estate to speculate in
a market they think is trending upwards," .he
said. "Often they are naive about when over-,
'building occurs and as a result tend to be over-
ly optimistic."
The recent explosion in.apartment-to-condo
conversions is beginning to slow and will slack-
en even more as the housing .market, continues
to soften, Archer said.
Unusually low interest rates over the past few
years encouraged many people to buy homes,
which left a weak market, for apartments,
encouraging apartment owners to convert their
rental units info. cndos to capture would-be
buyers, he said. '
Archer said if a sharp downturn in the hous-
ing market occurs, as some predict, Florida.will
be less affected by it than other states because of
the insulating effect of its high population
growth rate. Despite some people's worst fears,,
housing is unlikely to suffer the same fate as
tech stocks at the beginning of the decade, he
said.
S"Unlike tech stocks, housing has a use, which
means it can't just evaporate," he said. "Even in
the worst cases the prices may go flat, but unless
t.he project is, just unbelievably poorly con-
ceived and constructed, it won't lose its value."
The highest percentage of survey respondents
was optimistic about the investment outlook
for property in Miami-Dade County, the south-
west coast and in the Lakeland-Winter Haven
area. They were least optimistic about the
Daytona area, Orlando and Tampa-St.
Petersburg.
Florida's insurance crisis is scheduled to be
the subject of a conference the center is spon-
soring from noon to 5:30 p.m. Friday at the
'Hilton Uni\ersity of Florida Conference Center
in Gainesville; For more information, contact
the center at 352-273-0311. More information
is available on the center's Web site at
www.realestate.ufl.edu


Contr ctos can now apply on-line

FROM STAFF inspections through the My Safe Florida Home
Licensed contractors who do retrofit improve- program, and who live in high-risk areas; will be
ments can now apply on-line to participate in able to apply for matching grant dollars up to
the MySae Florida -fome program,, according, .,S5,,,QQQ,, VJpr Ithe. pwJgram. T'ae grant ,unda
to Tom Gallagher, Florida's chief financial offi;,. rist pj( ;,yed 1to strengthen the areas of the
cer . 'homes specified in the inspection reports.
The application to participate is available at To do the recommended improvements,
www.W. m y s a f e f I o r i d a h o m e . m homeowners will be required to choose from a
. . .. list of participating contractors, organized. by.
,"Our mission is to strengthen homes in' county and type of work performed. The list of
Florida against the devastating effects of storm participating contractors will be. available on-
damage," said Gallagher, who oversees the line . 'at. www.mysafefloridahime.com
Department of Financial Services. "Contractors by
who participate in this program will play a key Oct. 1. .The list will also be sent to eligible
role in better protecting families and properties Floridians in the grant application packet.
from catastrophic losses." Gallagher is urging all homeowners interested
Prior to participating, a contrador must have in making home-hardening improvements to
a valid contractor's license and complete a four-. verify that the contractors;they are doing busi-
Shour course on techniques andstandards for ness with are licensed. For more tips to consider
effective wind-resistant retrofit improvements, before hiring a contractor, log on to
The Department of Financial Services has been w w w . m y s a f ef:l or i d a h o m e.c m
working with the Federal Alliance for Safe and
Homes (FLASH) to offer these courses around cihck on "5 Tips for Choosing a Contractor."
the state over the next few months. Since August 15, more than 45,000 Floridians
A class will be held Sept. 26 in Jackson\ille at ' have submitted completed applications to
the Prime E Osborn IIl Convention Center. All receive a free home inspection through the My
contractor training will begin at 8 a.m. and Safe Florida Home program. Gallagher's goal is
conclude at 1 p.m. For additional details, log on to do 12,000 inspections before this hurricane
to www.flash.org . seIason ends on Nov. 30, he said.
Homeowners who have undergone free home :,


UF study says insurance impacts real

estate market; could cool condo sales


BUSINESS BRIEFS



SLifestyles Realtors has been offered by the University of advance or $40 day of work-
named the exclusive represen- North ' Florida's Small shop.
tative for Island Club, a condo- Business Development Dollars and' Sense:
minium in Atlantic Beach. .Center, located at the UNF Recordkeeping Essentials: 6
* . - University Center, 12000 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 24. Cost is
The City Council of Alumni Drive. $30 in advance or $40 day of
Jacksonville Beach honored The following is a list.of workshop.
employee David Murrett of workshops scheduled: Accounting professionals
the city's Fire Department as * How to Start Up Your Own. teach what records to keep and
Employee of the second qi.ar- Business: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. for how long, a comparison of
ter for 2006. Murrett was fec- 19. Cost: $30 in advance or available recordkeeping sys-'
ognized for the excellent job in $40 day of workshop, which teams , improving cash flow,
assuming extra job duties for provides an overview of the. understanding financial state-
an extended period of time seven basic requirements for ments, and how to select an.,
and his, outstanding customer starting a business. accountant.
service skills . *. . The Business Plani.: To register or for more
* ' * Roadmap to Success: 6 p.m. to information, call 620-2477 or
Upcoming " wofkshops-- La* f t. 1(O-os9-is $S(iin-Jr "l6g-bnqo w~a-v.sbdc.uhf.edu.






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photo SUBMITTED
Pherbia Engdahl (second from right) accepts a check last week from two Ponte Vedra Rotary
clubs. Also pictured are Vic DeGenti (from left), literacy program chair, Deborah Henson, presi-
dent of the Ponte Vedra Beach Sunset Club and Ed Waller, president of the Rotary Club of Ponte
Vedra Beach.


Atlantic Beach
Commission
will change
titles of license

FROM TA.FF
The Atlantic Beach City
Commission Monday will
change the titles of its "local
occupational tax" to "local
business tax" and "occupation-
al license" to "business tax
receipt" - and increase the
rates of both taxes by 5 per-
cent.
The change is the result of an
amendment to the Florida
Statutes. Legislators were con-
cerned that some people were
using occupational licenses as
proof of licensure and qualifi-
cation to perform various
repairs and services, according
to local officials.
Also, the state statutes pro-
vide that municipalities may
increase the rates of the busi-
npss taxes up to 5 percent
every year. City staff anticipate
an iricrease in revenue of
approximately $4,500 due to
the rate increases.
Final consideration of the
title.changes and rate increase
is expected to come at rhe
commission's Sept. 25 .meet-
ing.


'DUNKING FOR DOLLARS'


Photo. ry KATHY MOORE
Sawgrass Village Publlx Store Manager Steve Wilt gets
dunked Saturday to raise dollars for United Way during a
fundraiser.


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C1hoo submnitlad by ROZArtJr WILLIAMS
Charlotte Thames, second from left, with her five siblings on June 21, 1937, in Atlantic Beach. Thames was the youngest of
six children and an orphan by the time she was 13. Her late husband, Rex Thames Sr., was an Atlantic Beach councilman.



Thames. r breed fo h



inner strength, cheerfulness
c ee,,


harlotte Thames possessed an
inner strength that only comes
Sfrom overcoming some of life's
darkest moments.
. Mrs. Thames lost both herparents by
the time she was 13.
By her 'mid-50s, as grandmotherhood
beckoned, Mrs. Thames was mourning
the.death of not one, but two of her
sons.
SDuring times of anguish in her life,
Mrs. Thames was a beacon of hope and
serenity for her grief-stricken family.
Her quiet resolve was eulogized last
week during a celebration of her life at
Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte
Vedra Beach.
Mrs, Thames, a longtimeB,eaches res-i
ident, died Sunday, Sept. 10. She was
89.
"'Through the hard times, .she was
strong for everybody," Mrs. Thames'
only daughter, Rozann Williams of
Jacksonville Beach, recalled this week.
""When you lose both your parents
,[at an early age], you understand loss."
Mrs. Thames,:who lived at the
SBeaches for more than 60 years, went,
to live with an older sister after her
parents died three %years apart.
The youngest of six children, she
graduated from Georgia State College
for Women and postponed a teaching
career to marry and raise children of
her own.
"She wanted a wonderful family, and
she and my father both worked at it,"
remembered Williams, a Fletcher High
School grad who was born in Atlantic
Beach.
"She %was in the PTA and everything.
SShe didn't start teaching until her SOs."
Before becoming a teacher full-time.
Mrs. Thames.doted over her children,
especially her three boys, Rex Jr., James
and David, all of whom played football
at Fletcher.
SWilliams, the third child, was a FHS
cheerleader in 1962, the year her big
brothers, Rex and Jim, were football
and swimming lettermen at the
University of the South at Sewanne,
STenn.
Rex enlisted in the Marines after col-
lege, and became a decorated fighter
pilot, flying more than 100 missions in
Vietnam..
Jini, captain of the swim team at
SSewanne, joined the elite Navy SEALS,
serving two tours of duty in Vietnam,
the recipient of three Bronze Stars and
two Purple Hearts.
But in a cruel twist of fate, one no
Smother should ever have to endure,
both sons perished in the prime of
their lives at ages 25 and 27, respective-
ly.
Marine Capt. Rex Thames Jr.


JOHNNY,
WOODHOUSEi
ASSOCIATE EDITOR

drowned in a freak boating accident in
1966, a week before his'wedding day.
Navy Lt. Jim Thames was killed in
Vietnam in 1971..
Williams said she "personally had a
lot of difficulty" coming to grips with
the sudden deaths of her two older
brothers.
Charlotte Thames, albeit heartbror
ken, did not become the public face of
grief. .
Newspaper photos showing her
accepting posthumous military medals'
for her sons in 1968 and 1971 depict a
proud mother without any pretense.
"Of course, she questioned it [their
deaths]," recalled Williams, "and Why
it happened."
"She was a happy person to be with,"
addedJean McCormick, one of Mrs. :
Thames' best friends.
"There was no gloom and doom with
Charlotte."
.Mrs. Thames, who McCormick first
met as a memberof the Junior
Women's Club of Jacksonville Beach,


didn't allow the deaths of her sons to.
cripple her, emotionally.
Instead, she memorialized them. A
pew at Christ Church and part of the
parish's memorial gardens are dedicat-
.ed to Rex's memory.
An 8-foot wooden cross that hangs
over the church's altar was funded by
Mrs. Thames in honor of her' son, Jim,
a former Christ Church altar boy.
When her husband was alive,
Charlotte and Rex Thames Sr., a former
Atlantic Beach councilman, would
often sit in the pew named for their
first son..
"'That was their favorite spot," said
Williams, also a member of Christ
Church.
Charlotte Thames was a member of
Christ Church for 54 years, and was
the parish's first director of religious
education.
She formerly taught kindergarten: at
St. Paul's Episcopal School in
Jacksonville Beach and once was one of
,only four teachers certified in Duval.
County to teach homebound high
school students.
Mrs. Thames'earned a master's degree
in education from the University of
North Florida, and a certificate in reli-
gious education from Seabury-Western
Seminary.
Mrs. Thames was also a charter mem-
ber of the Neptune Beach-based Jean
Ribault Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution and a member of
the Ribault's Garden Club's Yucca
SCircle.
Mrs. Thames and her husband
nioved to the Beaches in 1945.. They
Lived in Atlantic Beach for .10 years,
Ponte Vedra for 16 and Neptune Beach
for 23.
At'the time of her death, Mrs.
Thames was a resident of Cypress
Village.
She died peacefully in Williams'
Jacksonville Beach home with several
family members at her bedside.
The day before, Mrs. Thames
received her final sacrament of com-
munion. Mrs. Thames would have
turned 90 on Sept. 13.
At her upbeat memorial service last
Wednesday at Christ Episcopal,
McCormick said, "There were very few
seats" left vacant in the church.
"There were gobs of people I didn't
know, and I know a lot of people,"
added McCormick, a Jacksonville Beach
native.
"It was a beautiful tribute to her."
"I didn't think this was supposed to
be such a happy occasion," a friend
told Williams after the service.
The always cheerful Charlotte
Thames would have appreciated that.


S photo by KATHY NICOLET'I
From left, Lea Montgomery, Beryl Dryden (seated), C. Leigh
Roberts and Gary Crumley have supplied recipes for the new
cookbook "Cookin' with Kiwanis."


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Kiwanians contribute


to statewide cookbook

by KATH' NICOLETTI f
COLUMNIST r. .
S several local residents .
affiliated with the
Kiwanis Club of COOK
Jacksonville Beaches coni-
tributed recipes to a recently
published cookbook.
"Cookin' with Kiwanis" is. ' make no-bake sweets,:Lea
a fund-raising project of the fMontgomery's prize-winning
Florida District of Kiwanis recipe for Orange Snowballs
International. and Beryl Dryden's recipe for
Kiwanisis billed as an Quick and Easy Microwave
international organization of Fudge are two great choices
"volunteers dedicated to , from the cookbook.
changing the world one Dryden is a longtime
child at a time and onecomr- Neptune Beach resident.
munity at a time, according, Montgomery lives in the
to floridakiwansis.com. West Beaches.
Local yoith projects spon- "Cookin' with Kiwanis" is
soredby the Kiwanis Club of $10. For information about
Jacksoriville Beaches, include purchasing the cookbook
high school Key Clubs, locally, contact Lea .
Builders Clubs in middle , Montgomery at 221-5527 or
schools, and K-Kids in ele- Gary Crumley at 233-4455.
mentary schools. Cookbooks can also be.
The local club is also ordered'fr6m the Florida
involved with several other Kiwanis Foundation at P.O.:
service projects for children Box 211, Deland, FL 32721-
and other groups in the com- 0211i. There is a $5 shipping
munity. charge in addition to the
Proceeds from "Cookin' cost of the cookbook.
with Kiwanis" and other
fundraising efforts of the Eggplant-Chicken
Caring Corner of Florida Tenders
Kiwanis will help to support by C. Leigh Roberts
Kiwanis community service of Jacksonville Beach
programs.
"Cookin' with Kiwanis" is 1 eggplant
a large, community-based 2-3 crushed garlic cloves
cookbook with more than 1 tsp. basil
900 recipes. 1 tsp. oregano
There are numerous recipes 3 T' olive oil
.in every food category, as boneless chicken breast
well as helpful hints and a tenders
few recipes for food-based one-half jar spaghetti sauce
skin'care items. shredded Mozzarella .
Local cooks C. Leigh
'RObberts of Neptune' Beach ' Peel and slich t.e egvgpldlt
ad id tielo're Bates of Porite '''into large slices, about' n
Vedra Beach contributed two and one-half inches thick,
recipes with Italian gourmet and place into a baking dish
.flavor for the main course Saute the crushed (not pow-
chapter of the cookbook. deredi garlic along with the
Roberts' Eggplant Chicken basil and oregano in the
Tenders Dish and Bates' olive oil. Put boneless chick-
. Fusilli with Sausage, en tenders across the egg-
Artichokes and Sun-Dried ' plant and pour the sauted
Tomatoes both use classic , garlic/basil/oregano over it.
Italian ingredients and sea- Cover with spaghetti sauce.
sonings. Cover with shredded
SGary Crumley, a Mozzarella. Cover and bake
Jacksonville'Beach resident, at 350 degrees for 30 to 40
contributed a BBQ sauce minutes.
recipe, Which makes a large
quantity so there's plenty for Fusilli with Sausage,
cooking and serving on the Artichokes, and Sun-
side at large parties. Dried Tomatoes by
The sauce.is also the spe- Delores Bates
cial ingredient in his recipe
for crispy Fish Fingers. three-quarters cup sun-
� Beverly Shadwell of the dried tomatoes, sliced and 2
West Beaches contributed a T oil reserved
recipe called Grandma's 1 lb. Italian hot sausage.
Swedish Tea Ring that fea- casings removed
tures cinnamon arid pecans, 2 8 oz. packages frozen
and is one of many delicious artichoke hearts
baked goods recipes in the
cookbook.
For those who prefer to :See RECIPES, A-10


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one-half cup shredded
Parmesan and additional for
garnish
one-quarter cup chopped
fresh Italian parsley leaves
one and three-quarters cup
chicken broth
one-third cup fresh basil
leaves
5 oz. water packed fresh
Mozzarella, drained and
cubed (optional)
one-half cup dry white
wine
16 oz. fusilli pasta
salt and freshly ground
pepper
Heat the oil reserved from
the tomatoes in a heavy
large frying pan over medi-
um high heat. Add the
sausage and cook until
Brown, breaking up the meat
into bite-size pieces with a
fork, about 8 minutes.
Transfer the sausage to a
bowl.

Add the artichokes and
garlic to the same skillet and
saut6 over medium heat
until the garlic (to taste) is,
tender, about 2.minutes. Add
the broth, wine, and sun-
dried tomatoes. Boil over
medium-high heat until the
sauce reduces slightly, stir-
ring occasionally, about 5
minutes.

Meanwhile, bring a large
pot of salted water to a boil.
Cook the fusilli in boiling
water until tender but still
firm to the bite, stirring
often, about 8 minutes.
Drain the pasta, do not
rinse. Add the pasta, sausage,
one-half cup Parmesan
cheese, basil and parsley to
the artichoke mixture. Toss
until the sauce is almost
absorbed by the pasta. Stir in
the Mozzarella. Season to
taste with salt and pepper.

Serve, passing additional
Parmesan cheese alongside.
, Serves 6.'

Gary's Best BBQ Fish
Fingers by Gary
Crumhley of Jacksonville
Beach

To make BBQ Sauce:
10. 18 oz bottles Kraft BBQ
sauce, any variety
1 bottle original style
' trs. Dash" seasoning
, 2 \idalia onions; fi.iely ,;
chopped
1 5 oz, bottle Datil pepper
sauce
2 10 oz. cans crushed .
pineapple
1' cup dark;brown sugar

In a large kettle pot, mix
onions and pineapple.
Simmer over medium heat
10 minutes. Dissolve in
brown sugar and seasonings,
simmer over low heat 20
minutes. Add BBQ sauce to
pot and slow cook, stirring
with a wooden spoon for 2
hours. Let cool.

Use on pork,. chicken, or
seafood BBQ.

To make Fish Fingers:
one-half lb. grouper, cut
into 1 x 3 inch strips
1 pkg. tempura batter mix,
mixed with one-half cup
beer
In a turkeyfryer, heat oil
to 375 degrees. Dredge
grouper fingers in batter and
fry until fingers float to top.
Dip in Gary's Best BBQ Sauce
and re-fly until candy-like
coating crisps around finger,
about a minute or two.

Dry on paper towels arid
serve as a snack during a
Super Bowl Party with a


warm bowl of Gary's Best
BBQ Sauce.

Orange Snowballs by
Lea Montgomery

1 stick of butter or mar-
garine
1 tsp. butter flavor
(optional)
1 box of powdered sugar
1.. 10 oz. box vanilla
wafers, crushed into crumbs
1 6 oz. can frozen orange
juice concentrate
flaked coconut

Mix first five ingredients.
Form mixture into small
Balls. Roll balls in coconut.
Yields 5 dozen. Store in
refrigerator.

Grandma's Swedish
Tea Ring by Beverly
Shadwell

Dough:
Use recipe on Bisquick box
for biscuits.

Filling: ,
2 T softened butter
one-half cup sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon
one-half cup chopped
pecans.
Icing;
2 T milk:
one and one-half cups con-
fectioners sugar.
Optional:
candied cherries
almonds:

Prepare dough. Turn out
onto a lightly floured board
and roll to one-third inch
thick and into a rectangle 9
x 18 inches.

Spread filling over dough.
Roll up tightly beginning at
wide side and seal well,
pinching edge of dough into
roll. Transfer sealed edge
down to lightly greased
cookie sheet. Join ends and
form ring. With scissors, cut
two-thirds of the way
through the ring at one inch
intervals and turn each sec-
tibn on side.

Bake according to direc-,
tions for dough, about 15
minutes.

Spread thick white icing
on top of ring while still
warm. Decorate with
Almonds and candied cher-
Sries if desired.,:ir:; i -(,,; i

Be careful not to burn;
may need to turn tempera-
ture down and cook longer.

Quick and Easy
Microwave Fudge by
Beryl M. Dryden,
Neptune Beach

1 lb. box powdered sugar
one-half cup cocoa
one-quarter cup oleo or,
butter (do not use low cal or
fake)
1 T vanilla
Optional:
One-half cup chopped nuts
or
one-half cup small marsh-
mallows
or b6thmay be added

Blend powdered sugar and'
cocoa in mixing bowl, then
add milk and butter. Cok2 2
minutes in oven. Remove
bowl from oven and stir just
enough to mix ingredients.
Add vanilla ard nuts or
marshmallows if used. Pour
into greased container and
place in freezer for 20 min-
utes or 'in the refrigerator for,
: 1 hour.

The fudge freezes well' for
later use or gifts.


Marilyn and Earle Lay of
Atlantic Beach celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary on
Friday, Sept. 15.
The couple met at the
Surfside Drive-In 'restaurant
anid' were engaged in front of
the monkey cage at the zoo.
They were married at
Community Presbyterian
Church in Atlantic Beach.
Mr. Lay is retired from the
State Attorney's Office's. Mrs.
Lay is the former Marilyn
Smith. They both graduated
from Fletcher High School.
The couple have three chil-
dren, Bob Lay, Debbie IBrian)
Powell and Pam iSami
Williams. They also have five
grandchildren, Chelsea and
Morgan Powell, Emily and
Austin Williams and Ashley
Lay.


Earle and Marilyn Lay


Wedding


Births


Scott and Terri Hewitt
announce the birth of a son,
Ayden Kenneth Hewitt, on
Aug. 22,' 2006. He weighed 7
pounds, 10 ounces and was 19
and half inches long. He joins
a sister, Gabby Nickerson, age
12.
Scott Hewitt is a graduate of
Fletcher High School, the
University of Florida and
Stetson University School ,of
Law.
Grandparents include Bill
and Ginny Brinkley of
Jacksonville Beach, Ken and
Pam Hewitt of Pompano
Beach, and Carlos Cordova of
Tampa.
Maternal grandparents are
Rebecca B. Hardy of
Jacksonville Beach ' and
Virginia Hewitt of Bradford,;
N.H.


Ayden Kenneth Hewitt


' ' . Heal ,
Karly and Travis Heal o Jacksonville Beach announce the birth
of their daughter, Kennedy Lee Heal, on Sept. 7, 2006, at Baptist
Medical Center Beaches.
She weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 20 and a half inch-:
es long..
Maternal grandparents are Kamie and David Macinnes of
Atlantic Beach and Bill and Debbie Holden of Neptune Beach.
SPaternal grandparents are Judy and Tom Heal of Jacksonlille
Beach.
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' Stacey and Jesse Cotner'Jr.


Cotner-Hougland


Stacey Anne Hougland and
Jesse Lee Cotner Jr were mar-
ried Wednesday, Sept. 13. The
3 p.m. ceremony was held in
Jacksonville Beach.'
The bride is the daughter of
William and Nancy Hougland
of Huntsville, Ala. She is a
1992 graduate of Grissom High
School, and attended the
University of South Alabama.


She is employed by Lifestyles
Realtors Inc. as an accounting
associate.
The groom is the son of Faye
Bass Cotner of Jacksonville
Beach. He is a 1991 graduate of
Fletcher High School and is
employed by Roy's Grill.
'After a honeymoon to the
Bahamas, the couple will
reside in Atlantic Beach.


PEOPLE & PLACES


Kaylie Barker' of Neptun e
Beach was awarded a scholar-,
ship grant for her leadership,
academic excellence and com-
munity. involvement by the
Former' Agents of the FBI
SFoundation.
The foundation provides 95
scholarships during the 2005--
06 academic .year. To! be 'eligi-i
ble, a student must be a child
or granchild of a former FBI
agent, or the children of grad-
uates of the FBI National
Academy. ' ' -
Barker is the granddaughter
of former Special Agent Judson
L. 'Rigby. She attends the
University of North Florida.

SJeffrey Glasgow was named
to the John M. Olin School of
Business Dean's List for the
2006 spring semester at
Washington University in St.
Louis, Mo.
To be eligible, students must
earn at least a 3.6 grade-point
average.
Glasgow is a graduate of
SEpiscopal High School. He is
the son of Karen and William
Glasgow of Jacksonville Beach,
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Air Force Airman Roman
Miller has graduated from
.basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas..
During Ithe. six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs-
and courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches, and
received physical training, ritle
marksmanship, field training
exercises; and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
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Shown above are teacher Suzie Kelly and students Sam DeFreitas, Nicholas Murphy, Keyla Lopez, and Amy Techentien.



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Fletcher High School
Community Education is
offering both Math and
Verbal SAT Preparation
classes.
The math class will be held
on Tuesday evenings from 7
to 8:30 p.m. and the verbal
class will be held on
Thursday evenings from 6 to
7:30 p.m.
The cost is.$45 for one class
or $75 for both. Registration
S is in the main office from 4 to
8 p.m. There are limited
spaces available. For more
- information, call 247-5923.
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The Early Learning
Coalition of Duval County
has released the 2006 annual
edition of the Northeast
Florida Early Care &
Education Guide.
The sixth annual edition
includes complete and updat-
ed listings of licensed
providers serving Northeast
Florida.,
The guide provides infor-
mation on childcare centers,
school-age programs and
family childcare home
providers sorted by city and
zip code. The publication also
includes articles on the types
of childcare available. Some
articles are presented in
English and Spanish. -
Information on Early
Learning Coalition's pro-
grams, services and member-
ship can be accessed at elcof-
duval.org or by calling 208-
2044. Information on the
Northeast Florida Early Care
Issue of the Early Care &
Education Guide is available
at earlycareguide.com.
The Duval County School
Board '- recognteed
Jacksbnville Beach
Elementary for its achieve-
ment of being included in
the Governor's.list of top per-


forming schools in the state.
Out of 2800 public and
charter schools, Jacksonville
Beach was-the sixth highest
elementary in the state.
Additionally, the school
received the prestigious "Five
Star School Award" for its
outstanding involvement by
parents, local businesses, and
the community in the school
program.
"It is very rewarding to be
recognized for the excellent
work we do at Jacksonville
Beach Elementary, and a real
privilege to be a part of such
an outstanding school com-
munity," principal Jill
Leinhauser said.
Jacksonville Beach
Elementary is a academic
magnet school.
Eugene Schwartz, author
of "Millennial Child," and a
teacher and an international
educational consultant, will
explore an approach to
schooling that allows chil-
dren time and space to be
children, while laying a foun-
dation for healthy cognitive
growth and intellectual
curiosity.
The program will be held at
7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, at
Atlantic Beach Elementary
School, 298 Sherry Drive.
' Schwartz will share his
experiences as a parent and
teacher. The program is
Sponsored by Seaside
Playgarden, a WValdorf
inspired kindergarten, in
Jacksonville Beach. For more
details, call 716-8014
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The Duval County Health
Department's Community
Nutrition Services -Division
has partnered with the.Duval
County School System's
Community Education pro-
gram at Stanton College
Preparatory School to provide
a series of free Health
Awareness classes.
These classes are held from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on
Wednesday through Dec.
13.
Anyone who is interested
in learning more about
stroke, heart attack, hyper-
tension, diabetes, nutrition,
smoking cessation, and phys-
ical activity is invited to
attend one or all of these
classes.
The Stanton Community
Education program is located
at 1149 \V. 13th St,
Jacksonville, Florida 32209.
Limited seating is available.
Call Darlene Melvin at 630-
6760, ext. 102, for informa-
tion.
The following topics will be
presented:.
Heart Attack: Signs and
Symptoms - Sept. 20
Hypertension: It Runs in
My Family - Sept. 27
Know Your Numbers -
Oct. 4
Overview of Diabetes -
Oct. 11
Understanding Nutrition -
Oct. 18
Healthy Heart Foods -
Oct. 25
Walking for Fun and
Fitness! - Nov. 1
My Weight: Body Mass
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10;000 Steps -.Dec. 6 .
Portion Control and
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phoi. stubmnied
Beaches-area residents interested in performing at this year's
production of the Beaches Community Nutcracker will be held
Sept. 30, from noon to 3 p.m. Anyone 10 years or above can
audition. To reserve an audition time, contact Mindi Mende at
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September 20,, 2006


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


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The Beaches Leader





September 20, 2006 P PO RtS


Inside
* Fishing Leader
* A great Gators victory
* Classifieds


Missed chances plague Senators in loss


Fletcher shut out for


first time in six years


By JOHNNY \
.-SSOCCL-T
Even the retu
quarterback Ma
couldn't right tl
Fletcher High fo
Friday night.
The Senators
district opener
Orange Park 13-
Taylor Stadium.
it was Fletche
shutout loss
since the 2000
state playoffs
and worst loss,
points-wise,
since a -4-0
defeat to Ed
SWhite in 199".
McCann,
who missed
two of the first
three games
due to a back
Injury, looked
rusty and
unsettled in
the pocket,
going 8 for 28 p
yards and two i
And he wasn'
tributing to Flet
setback since th
Clinton Admini
Fletcher turned
over seven time
including twice
Raiders 5-yard I
Senior Ray Sc
fourth-quar-
ter punt that
led to anoth-
i er score. The
Senator
defense
allowed its
Third 200-
yard rusher of
the season.
And
Orange Park
capped the
scoring with
a 95-yard
interception
return by
Ricky \Vright
after McCann
marched
Fletcher to
the'Raiders'
29-yard line,
then forced a
pass into
tight cover-
age.
"Once
again, we
take a couple
ot stens for-


\OODHOUSE. goal line to stall promising,
E EDITOR first-half Senator drives.
Leading 14-0 with 6:27 to
rn of senior play in the third quarter,
rtv McCann Orange Park tailback Brian
he floundering Sumlar bounced outside for a
)otball team 48-yard TD scamper, his sec-
ond of the game.
11-31 lost their Sumlar streaked 91 yards tor
36-0 to visiting a first-quarter score after
01 at Jack Baskerville fumbled at the
Raider 1.
r's first Fletcher drove to the
Orange Park 6
with 10:31
remaining, but
turned the ball
over on downs
after
AMcCann's
well-timed
fade pass com-
pletion to
sophomore
Lamar Scruggs
was ruled out
of bounds.
RAIDERS 36 Fletcher's
SENATORS 0 longest pass of
the second
passing for 102 half was a 23-yard catch-and-
nterceptions. run by sophomore Darious
t alone in con- Campbell.
cher's ugliest Defensively, the Senators
e second had no solution for Sumlar, a
station. Duke University commitment
ed the ball who ran for 263 yardss and
s in the game, three TDs off 26 carries.
inside the "Our philosophy hasn't
ine. changed Trom week to week,"
ott muffed a said fourth-vear Raiders head
coach Ted
Leasor.
"WVe're a
. running
Once again, we take team. We're
going to line
a couple of steps for- up and take it
ward, and a couple of to you. e're
going to run
steps back. It goes until we find
Leasor's
backito us being young Lusterin
and making dumb mis- comment
... W41.: ...=,,, seei ri to
takes. But -iour o ser ems to
, reflect a
kids made mistakes, changing of
too. Offensively, we the guard in
District 2-SA.
had at least 300 yards. once
We finish off those known tot its
punishing
drives and we win this. ground
Sgame. attack,
game Fletcher has
lost much of
its luster in
- Ricky Medlock that depart-
Offensive coordinator ment, after
graduating its
entire offen-
sive line from


ward, and a couple of steps
back," said Fletcher offensive
coordinator Ricky Medlock
after the game.
"It goes back to us being
oiung and making dumb mis-
takes. But our older kids made
mistakes, too. Offensively,,we
had at least 300 yards. We fin-
ish off those drives and we
win this game "
Fletcher tailbacks Deschion
Baskerville and Trov Guidry
each fumbled near the Raiders


last season.
"We're getting a taste of our
own medicine," said Fletcher
defensive coordinator Kevin
Brown.
"That's what we used to do
to people: Wear them down.
This loss stings We're vry
humbled right now. How
many turnovers did we have
tonight? How do you over-
come that?"
Baskerville was one of the
few bright spots in last week's


Pr.ilo by ROB De-AlGELO
Fletcher senior Ray Scott (bottom) muffs a fourth-quarter punt at his own 11-yard line as he tries to avoid Orange Park's Eddie
Gray. The visiting Raiders (3-0) recovered Scott's fumble and scored three plays later to lead 28-0 with 4:55 to play.


game, rushing for a career-
high 238 yards. The sopho-
more scatback has rushed for
at least 100 yards in each of
the Senators four games this
season.
His 690 rushing yards leads
the area, and is the most by a
sophomore running back at
.F.etcher since Ciatrick Fason
led the state in rushing as a
sophomore in 1999.
"He gives us the type of
-explosion that Ciatrick
[Tason] had," said MNedlock.
"When he hits it, he's
gone."
. What could be worse than
starting the season 1-3?
Having an additional week
off to dwell on it.
That's the situation for the
Senators, who don't play
again until Friday, Sept. 29,
when they travel to defending
2-5A champion Bartram Trail
(3-1-, 1-0).
The host Bears are also off
this week, so neither team can
scout the other.
Breaking down Bartram,
however, may be the least of
Fletcher's worries heading
into the bye week.
"The main thing we have to
do now is not lose morale,"
added Medlock.
"We have to keep their
heads up. We're a lot better
team [than the record
showsj"
Note: Fletcher went 2-2 in
district play last season, with
wins over Orange Park, 48-
10, and Terry Parker, 27-7.


S. .. I I Photo by'ROB DeANGELO
Senators head coach Joe Reynolds, left, glares at the linesman last Friday night at Fletcher High
School. The Senators were blanked by Orange Park, 36-0. It was Fletcher's first shutout loss
since the 2000 post-season and worst defeat since 1997.


Fletcher swimmers earn



split with Bishop Kenny


FROM STAFF
The Fletcher girls swtn team
suffered its first loss of the sea-
son Saturday - by a single
point - to Bishop Kenny but
the Senators' boys team edged
the Crusaders to remain
unbeaten.
Final score of the girls meet
was 158-157 in favor of Bishop
Kenny, while the Fletcher boys
won, 169-140.
The boys improved to 7-0 on
the season; the girls are now 6-
1.
The girls meet started with a
Senators \ictor' in the 200-
yard medley relay as Sunny
Blount, Kaileigh Hollings-
worth, Destin Sadler and Romy
Sidelsky clocked 2:09.83. But
Crusaders quartets won the 200
and 400 freestyle relay events.
In individual results, the
Senators' Ally Babillis won the
200 freestyle in 2:10.89, Sarah
Montgomery won the 50
freestyle in 26.85 and the 100
freestyle in 57.60.
Also, Blount took first in the
100 breaststroke in 1.13.16.
Victoria Oakley was second
in the girls diving event.
Senators swimmers didn't
win many individual races but
chalked up points by placing in
the top four in a number of
events.
On the boys side, Crusaders
swimmers won all three relays
- the 200 medley as well as the
200 and 400 freestyle - and
much like the girls meet,
Fletcher swimmers claimed
only a few individual races.
They built their points lead
with plenty of second- through
fourth-place finishes, however.
Fletcher's "A" relay team of
Cody Brechler, Colby Caltrider,
Cameron Pfahler and Scott
Sweeten took second in the
medley relay. In the 200
freestyle relay,
the Senators
team ' of
Sterling Clay,
Dom Pereira,
M i c ha el 1
Phillips and
Sweeten dock-
ed 1:41.00 to
take second.
Brechler,
Caltrider, Clay
and, Pereira
again teamed
for a second-place finish in the
400 free-style relay.
Pereira won the 200 free-style
in 2:01.95, and Scott Sweeten
swam to a first-place finish in
the 200 individual medley with


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Pholo by ROB DeANGELO
Senators diver Shane Nail breaks the surface during last
Saturday's competition against Bishop Kenny at the Fletcher
High School pool. Nail finished third in the boys diving event.


Girls

CRUSADERS 158
SSENATORS 157


Boys

CRUSADERS 140
SENATORS, 169


a time of 2:16.38.
Fletcher also picked up
points in diving as T.I. Hughes
won the event, Shane Nail
laced third and David Kidder
took fourth.


Senators
swimmers were
slated to return
to the pool
Tuesday, after-
noon in host-
ing Paxon, then
were scheduled
to have a week
off before host-
ing Stanton
Prep on Sept.
26.


Fletcher is
also eyeing the Gateway
Conference championships in
diving Sept. 28 starting at 4
p.m. and swimming on
Saturday, Sept. 30 beginning at
9 a.m.


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FISHING
I I . A


Small redbass biting in the canal, feeder creeks


TL large redbass are being
taken'around the Dames
point Bridge. The smaller -
ones are biting in the canal and
its feeder creeks north of Sisters
Creek. Lots of snapper are '.,
being taken on the party.
grounds but all but a few are
too small to keep.
: Capt. Kirk Waltz, of his.
"Enterprise," spent the week on
the inside and did extremely
well. On Friday morning,
Danny and Brett Thomas
fished with Capt. Kirk. They
used blue crabs for bait and
caught 22 redbass weighing 27
to 40 pounds.
On Friday afternoon, Chris
Huff and Ginny Smith fished
with Capt. Kirk and caught 19
big redbass. . , .
Larry "Fishman" Finch had
Nell Roland, Brian Deffalseleer,
Christa Massy and Jonah
Chason as his guests last
Sunday. They used crabs for
bait near the Beach Blvd. '"
Bridge and caught lots of red-
bass weighing up to eight
pounds.
On each trip to the canal last
week the "ishman" and his
guests caught their limit of red-
bass.
Loriann Ignario checked in
at B&M with two reds she and
a friend caught at thelittle'jet-
ties.
Jeff Shroer and his son,
Michael, caught eight flounder
on a trip last week.


WIMPY SUTTON
FISHING LEADER
Last Saturday, 11-year-old
SAustin Brvchta, using live fin-
ger mullet near St. Augustine,
caught five flounder. Austin's
largest flounder was a big boy
'weighing 11.8 pounds.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow, on
his "Little Yvonne' with Frank,
Pixler and Lester Johnson,
fished the jetties last
Wednesday morning. They
. pulled up a pair of reds at 27
Sand 28 inches, two mangrove,
and a good catch of whiting
and seabass.
On Saturday, Keith Coker
and Capt. Fred in the canal
north of Sisters Creek used live
shrimp. and jigs to catch 31
reds tp 22 inches, 15 speckled
trout, four jacks and lots of,
lady fish. .
SOn the party' grounds,
anglers aboard the "Nlayport
Princess" and "King Neptune"
Same home over the weekend
with cobia to 31 pounds, lots
of beeliners, seabass, yellow-


Photo submitted
Capt. Bob Ulrich, center, with friends Dustin and Jim along with
six of the eight gaffer sized dolphin caught east of the dry dock.


qp-ntember ?-0 ?006


tails, flounder, triggerfish and
grouper. Anglers.on both party
boats released hundreds of
snapper over the weekend.
Capt. Gerald Beasley, from
his "Rite Spot II". last Sunday
\ith John "Candy" and Tyier .
Thomas, brought up two snap-,
per weighing up to 18 pounds
and lots of seabass and beelin-
ers.
Capt. Dennis Young with the
Willie Chaffee party aboard the
"Sea Dancer" last Saturday,
caught a 16-pound snapper, a
10-pound grouper, a lane snap-
per and 30 seabass. Their party
reports that over 100 snapper,
were a little too small to keep.
On Sunday Capt. Dennis had
Duane Schmidt and three oth-
ers as guests. They pulled up 50
beeliners, 31 triggerfish, 21 dol-
phin and 15'seabass.
.On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier, Joe \Whipple used a live
mullet for bait and caught.a
S15-pound king over the week-
end. Spencer Brogden used'fin-
ger mullet to catch three floun-
der weighing up to four
pounds..
Mark Ba'ye weighed up a five-
Spound spadefish.
Capt. Kevin Faver on his
"Double K" fished for tarpon in
great schools of mullet that are
now exiting the Vilano Inlet.
He caught a tarpon on each of
Sthiee trips in the inlet last
: week.
James Gergley and Ron
SHarvey made.a trip to Venice,
SFlorida last week and enjoyed
several days of fine snook fish-
ing. They caught 30 snook and
six redbass using live shrimp
and artificial. ,
Capt, Whit Vhitlock reports
that tarpon and sharks are still
behind the shrimp boats off St.
Augustine. He and a friend
caught lots of big sharks and
Jumped several tarpon behind
Sthe boats last Sunday.
Local residents Steve Jarrett,
David Cole, Butch Feris and
their guide Rick Collins recent-
ly returned froii a great fishing
trip near Kodiak, Alaska. They
caught both salmon and big
halibut which will provide.
Them with enough fish for the,
,d winter. Their huge halibut
weighed up to 130 pounds.
Good Fishin'.






September 20. 2006


OPINION..



Gators on the rise, Seminoles sinking quickly


foes.
N' o matter what the vari- Leak used that inspiration to
ous factions of the fire a 21-yard TD pass to
S Florida Gator boosters , Jemalle Cornelius and the
say, it's becoming apparent . Gators led, 7-0.
from the Tennessee exhibi- . As Leak and Tebow might
tion, that coach Urban Meyer tell you, "It's easy when you
will use a double-barrel offen- know how."
sive attack this season. " Actually, it was far from
The QB pair used it for a 21- ' easy. Leak did his part, firing
20 comeback win. V three touchdown passes, but
After their disposal of the thedefense allowed the Vols
Rocky Top Volunteers to gain a 17-7 lead in the third
Saturday night, unless drastic REX EDMONDSON quarter.
injuries occur, veteran quarter- PRESS BOX .But; as the old saw used to
back Chris Leak has proved ' say, "When the going gets
again why he is still too valu- tough, the tough get going."
able to discard in favor of The QB twins didn't wait The Gators got going, but it
youth. And rookie Tim Tebow. .'long for their act. Meyer sent was almost too late. When
has shown he is not to be Tebow into action on Florida's they were down, 20-14 in the
shoved out of the way simply second drive of the night. The final stanza and things looked
because his beard is still fuzzy. Gators were facing a second blacker than a coal-miner's
To beat their hated rival in I and two at the Tennessee 31- laundry, the Vols were lulled
Knoxville is one thing, to yard line. into thinking the ballgame
come from behind and defeat Is this any way for a boy to was over and let Dallas Baker
the Vols in their raucous lair is lose his innocence? But sonny camp out in the.open, as bare
something else. Coach Mcyer boy was equal to the task. as a newborn babe, where
may have brought some fancy Tebow took the shotgunoffer- Leak fired a pass for 21 yards
plays and philosophy from , .ig and went right up the and the final score that upset
Utah,'but it's doubtful that middle for 10-yard gain with- Tennessee's Rocky Top.
trick was in his black bag. . out so much as a wink to his The finish was just as amaz-



Video gamescould be a



culprit for al tunnel



syndromeinchldre


It seems that kids are more
active with their hands
than ever before, with the
use of computers, text message
ing, and video games. Kids
can sit for hours repetitively
playing the same game, and
thus it is not surprising that.
repetitive stress disorders such
as carpal tunnel syndrome,
once seen only in adults in
the workplace, are now turn-.
ing up in children as well.
In addition to those doing
excessive computer or video
gaming, piano students and
young athletes such as weight
lifters and gymnasts can be
prone to carpal tunnel syn-
drome as well.
Patients who experience
symptoms of carpal tunnel
syndrome (CTSI typically corn
plain of numbness in their fin
gertips, and often of pain in
the hand and forearm. CTS is
caused by a compression of
the large median nerve as it
passes from the middle of
your forearm, across the base
of the hand and into the
palm.
As the nerve passes across
the palm, it travels under a
tight fibrous band, which can
put pressure on the nerve, ari
slows the flow of electrical
impulses traveling to the fin-
gers. If things get tight in the
tunnel due to swelling from'
excessive activity, the nerve
can become a little squeezed
as well, leading to symptoms.
If a patient is suspected of
having carpal tunnel syn-
drome, a physical exam is per.
formed, with specific manual
tests that can be performed to




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Water provides a safe and
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while limiting impact on
joints. Shallow water classes
take place Monday to Friday
mornings and evenings; deep
water classes Mon. Weds. and
Sat.
For more information con-
tact the UNE Aquatic Center
at 620-2854.
Bowling
A bowling league for seniors
55 and older is being formed
at Beach Bowl on Beach
Boulevard. Competition in
the Monday league will begin
at 1 p.m., with practice start-
ing at 12:45 p.m. Call Paula a'
249-9849 for information.
Youth league scores from
Beach Bowl can be found at
beachesleader.com in the
sports section.

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


Occasionally an injection of
a steroid such as. cortisone can
be used as well for treatment.
Surgery is rarely needed in
- children. If your child com-'
plains of numbness and tin-
gling in his or her digits, it
could be carpal tunnel syn-
drome and should be evaluat-
Treatment for CTS in adults.,
* is similar, although surgery is
more commonly used. The
Procedure is done as an outpa-
GREGORY tient, and can be done under a
SMITH M.D. local block, thereby avoiding
.CONTRIBUTOR general anesthesia.
A small incision is made just
. between the muscular masses
helpclarify the diagnosis..- - of the palm that sit below the
I - - Finally;-arr electrical-impuse. thumb and fifth finger. -The
test called a nerve conduction fibrous band is then'identi-
velocity study is usually fled, and cut through, elimi-
i- obtained. Patients with carpal nating the pressure on the
*- tunnel syndrome will show a nerve, and usually leading to
slowing of nerve impulse rapid recovery. Patients usual-
speed as the nerve passes ly do not need any physical
under the tight fibrous tunnel therapy for this, and often go
previously described. . ,:back to work after a few days,
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a unless they have a'very labori-
common adult ailment, affect- ous occupation.
ing over eight million people
a year, but remains relatively ****
uncommon in children.
According!the Journal of This column is.written to dis-
Bone and Joint Surgery, the cuss issues regarding sports,
f ' first reportedcase iina child medicine, and safety. It is not
was in 1965 related to a con- intended to serve as a replace-
nective tissue disorder. When ment for treatment by your regu-
seen in children, carpal tunnel lar doctor. It is only designed to
syndrome is typically related offer guidelines on the preven-
to trauma, repetitive activity;, rion, recognition, and care of
Bleeding disorders, or connec- injuries and illness. Specific con- :
tive-tissue disorders. ' cems should be discussed with
Treatment in children with : your physician. Mail your ques-
carpal tunnel syndrome tions to Gregory Smith, MD -
involves rest, splinting or Sportsmedicine, 1250 S. 18th
bracing, oral anti-inflammato- Street, Suite 204, Fernandina
ries, and vitamin B6. Beach, Fl 32034.
:S " 'ORTS' BRIEFS, '


Sshowroomn at Atlantic
STheatres. Doors will open at'
S7:30 p.m. every Monday, :.
Throughout the NFL season.
A draft party is slated for
e Aug. 30 and the league has a
$20 entrance fee. Proceeds
Swill 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 from admis-
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.,
Golf
The Jacksonville Chapter
of the Florida Association of
Mortgage Brokers will host
its 31st annual fundraiser
t 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.

.,. ' ' Lacrosse . . '
The Ponte Vedra Predators
Lacrosse League will conduct
registration for interested
4th graders to 8th graders
for the fall season.
Registration will take place
Sept. 20 from 3:45 p.m.
until 5:30 p.m. at Landrum
fields. Practices and games
will be take place Mondays
and Wednesdays from 4:30
Sp.m. until.6 p.m. The season
will continue until Oct. 25.
Soccer
Jacksonville Indoor Sports is
hosting soccer tournaments for
all ages throughout the fall.
For more information phone
(904) 346-3946,pr visit Web site
at www.jaxindoorsports.com.

Tennis
A senior men's doubles league.
at the "C". level will begin
October 10 at Huguenot Tennis
Center. Seniors must be over 50
years old to qualify.
Matches will take place Friday
mornings from Oct. until April
2007.
For more information phone
Bob Totter at 247-1865.


ing as the whole game. The
Touchdown Twins made it
true.
Seminoles take an
untimely tumble
Things got so unbelievable
in Tallahassee last Saturday as
Clemson did its thing to
Florida State, and the televi-
sion audience was shocked.
Did anybody see Bobby
Bowden pull a Steve Spurrier
and fling his cap to the
ground? The sound was so bad
it was almost inaudible to
hear a loud, "Dadgummit!"
coming from Uncle Bobby.
Son Tommy Bowden has
kept his Clemson job by beat-
ing up on old dad in three of
four recent meetings, this time
27-20. Is that any way to treat
your elders?
By now everyone knows
mat the Tigers squeezed by in
this one, barely, and anyone
who cares knows that the
Seminoles offense has been as
dangerous as wet matches.


They know that much, but
why and how is a question
that would stump even Dr.
Phil.
The only redeeming feature
was the. performance of FSU's
Tony Carter, the one-time star
of Mandarin High. He
returned two blocked kicks for
points and at the time that:
appeared to be enough to
guidethe Noles to victory.
Heaven knows the running
game has run down and the.
passing game has about passed
out.
The Seminoles' quarterback,
young Drew Weatherford, is
Papa Bowden's last hope at
the, passing position due to
attritiori, injuries and maybe
mean doings by enemies of
the FSU state.
: Whatever, the Semiinoles.are
not the Seminoles they used
to be. The offense is just
offensive, riot explosive.
Whena Tony Carter turns out
to be the most exciting cog in
the FSUI ammunition, it's a
bad sign for the Purple and


LOCAL GOLF


Results from the Sept.: 18
playday for the Beaches Ladies
at Poite Vedra Inn and Club
on the Lagoon Course.
1st Flight: 1st (123) Chris
Moyer, Marge Monteith, Pat
Russo and Indu Sapra. 2nd
(131) Vicki Arnold, Delores'
Adams, Jean Textoris and
Lynn Genest (blind draw),
Low putts (30) Paula Fairley,
Pat Russo and Indu Sapra.


2nd Flight: 1st (125)
Barbara Donnelly, Lorry
McCamey, Elaine Rohrer and
Patty Blodgett.. 2nd (126)
Isobel Spink, Mariane Ferris
(blind draw), Ruth Mathews
and Maudi Bongiavanni; (126)
Anita Kommick, Carolynr
Brennan, Betty Patterson and
Lynn Genest. Low putts (29)
Barbara Donnelly, Connie
Weinart and Anita Kommick.


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They


make the


Beaches


Gold.
Does all the blame go to the
offensive coordinator, Jeff
Bowden, another Bowden not
by coincidence?
The cry from the critics is
that one Bowden is fine, two
is just one too.many.
. But son Jeff didn't join his
pappy's staff straight from the
playground. He had solid
experience before he was
named to succeed former
coordinator Mark Richt, who
went on to become head-
coach of the the Georgia
Bulldogs.
Did Richt take all the offen-
sive magic with him? Seems
unlikely.
Whatever magic potions
Papa Bowden can find, Florida
State fans want it found -
pronto.
They aren't patient with
these pale-faces and it's not
smart to anger riders who hurl
spears.





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Atlantic Ocean' Brand' new,
simultaneous 'closing end of '06.
$829,000 2/2/1716 sf, .7th flr, South
unit.
$1,590,000 3/3.5/2605 sf, 2nd fir,
direct ocean frt.
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LOT- 50'X100', 504 12TH STREET, Vila-
no Bch, $199,000. Grace Ellis, All Pro Re-
alty Specialists. 655-7923 (cell)
GEORGIA/ NORTH Carolina. Captivating
mountain views, lakes, rivers, waterfalls.
Homesites starting @ $39,900. Log home
kits @ $39,900. Limited availability. Call
(888)389-3504 X700.


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plan, 2 car garage, Oakridge Subdivision,
PVB, $419,000. (904)699-2906.


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3BR/2BA, RIAYMUR' Subdivision off
Hartsfield Rd., 9A & Merrill Rd., fight at 1st
red light, 3314 International Village Ct. Liv.
Rm.,Din. Rm, Kit, Breakfast Rm., Kitchen,
Den, Master bedroom w/large bath, large
tub, enc. shower, huge closet. 1950sf. Se-
curity system, enclosed garage. Call Own-
er: Nick 223-5711 or 612-4800..
GOT KIDS?
46 steps to Neptune Elementary play-
gound, 3BR/2BA, 1998sf, new roof, large
corner lot, 1495 Forest Ave. $329k,
246-5162.
REDUCED. INDIAN Woods Neplune Bch
nome 4BR,'2BA split plan w'2 story
workshop. Upgrades Pnced under ap-
praised value to sell @ $399.900. Drive by
1525 Foresi Ave Motivated seller.
Will co-op t904)463:7245
ATLANTIC BEACH duplex, 2BR/1BA.
$249.900 Vanguard Realty 463-7343.
NEPTUNE BCH FSBO
Total relurb. 3'1 home on 72x118 101 con-
crete block. stucco Walk to0 each.'
schools New SiS appliances & W/D
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SAWGRASS 2BR/2BA. completely re-
modeled, new 30 year roof, 42" hickory
cabinets. traveline stone floor. Berber car-
pel and crown molding. $289.900 463-.
0505.
INVESTOR'S DREAM Lot W/ house,
60x125. 91h Ave. N.' Make offer.
305-304-9473


Priced reduced' Marsh & natural FIVE BLOCKS to Beach. Corner two lots
Preserve' 3/2/2028 sf. open ir plan. and cBe Bungalow� 325.0, Carolyn
ntle hru.oui. ne% SSl it appliances, - REMAX Sec s 90-2
:re-plumbed '06 $424.900 |.
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5 MINUTES TO BEACH
Two lots, 50'x190' each. Off Beach Blvd
on' Gerona Dr. East. $69,900 each.,
993-5853 993 3803 Owner'Agenl
PV FSBO. Build your dream home. Last
1/4 acre buildable lot east of A1A.
$429.900. Call 1904)994-1329.
WESTERN NEW Mexico 62 acres
$110,990 Trees min views. wildlife. close
to BLM Horseback riding, niking, hunting.
Perfect .or vacation, Invesiment retire-
menl Electrcilly. 100�% financing Larger,
acreage available 18661365-2825.
WATERFRONT WILMINGTON. NC His-
orilc Port City Coaslal Development The
Bluffs on the Cape Fear Faslest growing
county In NC Grand opening fall 2006
Direst ocean access Preconstruction In-
centives to call now.
www.thebluffsnccom (866)725-8337
Cape Fear Bluffs, LLC Broker.


$210.000 TIFFANY PlNtES 3BRt2BA
large comer lol, tile floors, new rool, F/P
many upgrades 992-2249 or 514-7152
BEST BUY IN WALDEN CHASE/ PV
Open House Sunday 1-4pm, 617 Battle-
gale Ln. $327,000 819-0083 Owner,
agen.
LIVE IN AB <$400,000 6 blocks to ocean
lakefront, pool. 3BR,2 5BA 2 car garage.
See Io appreciate. 518 Selva Lakes Cir-
cle. $395.000 904-994.4220
OPEN HOUSE priced to sell ICW 4764
Marsh Hammock Dr West. 2-4pm, Sun..
9/17
S. JAX BEACH- 3BRi2.5BA, lor additional
inio on iis property please call 861-4636
and enter IDE 61180.


BEACH/SAN PABLO area FSBO 3501
Clandge Rd E Newly remodeled, vacant.
2BRi1BA, large backyard. $140,000 223-.
5149/339-4685
WALDEN CHASE, 4BR/3BA, 3200 .qft,
new & never occupied, $434,900; 230-
6892.


Intracoastal West
One-of-a-Kind!
1 35 acres ol pristine waterfron privacy in
popular Marsh Sound This is an absolute-
y immaculate 4BR/3BA home that orders
te best of all worlds. Great home, great
location and in fantastic shape. $450,000
Call Mark of The Dilworth Realty Group of
Vanguard GMAC 904-591-6976.
170 VISTA Grande 3/2/1, 1100s. beauti-
fully appointed, $209,900, no condo fees,
327-0558. Candlerhomes.com
MARSH LANDING C.C- 3BR/3BA.
2300sl, gated golf community $574,000.
1904)537-4083.
A GEMI FSBO, Atl Bchil 3/2 home,
1267sf., frplc, 2 car gar., scrn prch in
beautiful quaint community. Bit '02, per-
fect condition. $279,900. (608)213-3397.
HELP-U-SELL
COASTAL REALTY
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Dolphin Cove, 3BR/2BA, huge comer lot,
all brick, cul-de-sac, updated tile in main
living area. Ready to gol Just Reduced.
$279,900.
PALMS @ MARSH LANDING
2BR/ 2BA condo, upgraded tile & carpet,,
backs to preserve, vaulted ceilings.
Motivated seller. $201,999.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
4BR/2BA huge cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and tennis, minutes to the Beaches
SA+ school. $288,900.
WEST OF PENMAN RD
4BR/2BA w/pooll 2000+ sq ft. New roof,
HVAC, fence flooring, windows, garage
door, replumbedl Offered @ $384,900.
INVESTOR ALERT - PVBfI
,TWO 1BR/ 1BA +loft Ponte Vedra Beach
Condos, upgrades including granite & tile
floors, fireplace, custom lighting, private
beach access, tennis, fitness room. 1 unit
Currently leased. $189,900 & $195,900.
15TH AVE. S.- SOUTH JAX BEACH
Key West style cottage, 2BR/1.5BA, ador-'
able with huge great room, private back-
yard, great for entertaining, Low mainte-
nancelandscaping. $323,900.
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Motivated, seller 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood floors, 1car garage.
Offered at $144,900.
JOHNS CREEK - ICW
4BR/ 3BA w/large bonus room, popular
floor plan w/formal living/ dining room,
covered lanai, in ground swim spa. Seller
to pay $5000 of closing costs. Offered at
$339,500.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2.5BA, corner lot, exc. condition
close to beaches & schools. $269,500.
Seller to pay $1500 closing costs
JACKSONVILLEBEACH
Upgraded home on San Pablo Circle,
S3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard, large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328,900.
NEAR NOCATEE- NEASE HS
4/2 HOME in Walden Chase off CR 210,
never lived in, huge great room, $349,900.
, Call: 904-241-4447*
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
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" 'WANT TO SWAP?
TIRED LIVING on the beach ana would
like to live on a quiet wooded acre 1/2 lot
with 382 IH of rverdronl in a golt and
equestrian community lust 45 miles south
of Atlanta I m looking to swap lor a condo
or house on Jacksonv lle/NeptunetAllanlic
beacn. Check oul River Forest .
www.riverforesl inio/ II inleresled. contact
me at www.Kwbinson,@bellsouth net


OCEAN FRONT 2BR/2BA, beautifully ren-
ovated, 18" porcelain tle win laid design,
granite. stainless appliances, solid maple
cabinets. wel bar, marble shower, garage
and. storage. $675,000. 233-7702.


PONTE VEDRA. IBR/IBA, 750s1.. open
Iloor plan. Icar garage hickory cabinets.
ranile countertops, Traverline slone
doors, slate shower $199,900.
(904)463-0505
PV 2/2 Gated. Totally renovated. goll
course, spa w/trainer, pub room, beach'
shuttle, WBFP, W&D. $205,000. Tom
465-2020.
OCEANFRONT PENTHOUSE. 3BR 2BA.
1800si garage, large balcony, 10 It. ceil-
ings. lacuzzi/ spa. appliances included
$715,000 1904)699-9584
PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/DIx
FSBO, Save $14KI New Lakeview, W,-Fi,
resort pool, must seel $216K, FREE
HDLCD TV, FREE closing! '727-458-
4230, Open Sat.- Sun'.


1/1 CONDO in Ponte Vedra. New appliafi-
ces and a ton of community amenitiess.
.$168,000. (904)504-8864 or
IKespohl@dealerlawyer com
CONDO AT Maypon. lip top shape,
2BR/2BA. good neighborhood, appraised
al $137.000. musl sell, all offers consid.
ered, (904)803.5359.
OCEAN VIEW 3/2, upgraded appliances,
great south end view, $474,900, Vanguard
Realty, 568-4818.
OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
from every room. $519,900. Owner/ agent
568-4818.
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH 3BR/2BA,
vaulled ceiling, beauliul lile. Bright, open
floor plan No aogs. $455,000
1404)325-0820 14041784-6601
OCEAN & PIER VIEWS, 3/2 7th floor,
1572 sf, garage, The. North Shore,
$590 900, 568-1613.
DAYTONA BEACH, 6 income producing
condolets w/sdeller assisted financing.
$279K-$695K See seminar for Sept. 30th
at www.larrybruner.com. Photos:
www.daytonaoceanfrontsuites.com. All
buyers will be approved.
OWNER WILL finance, oceanview 2/1
condo. $295K. Call (904)891-6710.
PRICED TO SELLI 1 br w/ garage! The
Palms $149,900! 568-1613.
PV BCH 2BR/2BA w/ fireplace, all applian-
ces stay, $179,900, 2151 Seahawk Drive,
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
655-7923 (cell).
BELLEZA 1 BR/1BA condo, tile, new appli-
ances, wooded view.' Exc. amenities.
$174,900. 708-3809.


CONDO BY Ocean in Atl. Bch. Totally
renovated 2BR/2BA, granite, wood floors,
washer/ dryer in unit. 300 steps to sand.
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MOVING -HOME reduced below apprais-
ed market value Private Sale. 4/2 Lake-
front pool and spa home nestled on con-
servanon overs.,zed lot in gated Highland
Glen Subdivsion,. Too many upgrades to
list. $590,900. Call 904-223-4032 for ap-
pointment.
ISLE OF Palms, gorgeous 3/2, new paint
inside & out fixtures carpet, windows,
landscaping sprinkler system, AC & roof.
$244,900. Tim 509-9071
S. JAX Bch. 4.2. newly painted, $350.000
655-3951
2BR/2BA ATLANTIC-Beach home on golf
course, $188,500, 247-9850.
WATERFRONT PALM VALLEY
Custom home- 2800SF, dock 2 boat lifts,
bulkhead. 4BR 3BA, pool, delacried 3 car
gar. 100x440 beautifully treed lot.
$1.475M.285-0489.
FSBO- OFF Beacn Blvd, close FCCJ &
UNF Concrete block. 3BR 1BA older
home. $92,000 negotiable. 945-0226.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 562 N. Nautical Bou-
levard, 3/2/2> walking' distance to the
beach..Cbmpletely Renovated, hew kitch-
en. BUYER. INCENTIVES OFFERED.
Owner/ Agent, Comerstone Realty, Inc.
904-339-0231.
ATL BCH HOME
$209,900.
FSBO GOOD Starter Homel 618.1
Dutton Island Dr. West., 3BR/1.5BA. New
,A,'C roof windows doors and applian.
ces 'By appoinlment only. Call David
247-0665 homee. 704-2337 icelll.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3 Blocks to Beach
2BR/1BA on 60 x150' lol 255 Sherry Dr
$459,000. 3492504.
WORTH THE LOOK
Neptune Bcn Townnouse, 2BR 1.5BA
bonus room ,with 10x12 storage shed.
Great location, 2118 Rosewood Dr Call
Russell 343-2206.
WATERFRONT.
PALM VALLEY/ PONTE VEDRA
On Intracoaslal
New construction, completion lae '06.,
cottage style, 4200st. 4BR 4BA $1.975M
Call now to see floor plans.
OFF HECKSCHER DRIVE
Gated community, 4BR,3BA. 3000nsl, in-
ground pool, dock, summer kitchen,:water
views front and rear. 'BUilt in '95.
$924,900.
Call Linda - 525-2638&
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
ATLANTIC & Kirnen area 3BR/2BA. on
lake 1580sl, $234.900. Call Terry
(904)472-6254.
$212,000, 3BR/2BA, Beautifull Built-in '99
w/lg. fenced yard near beaches in quiel
corner of subdivision Pics & more into al.
hrp //InloTuoe.net/152977
A.B. TOWNHOUSE- 3/2.5 1600sf 2 car
garage, built 2002, $239.9K firmt.
658 Stocks. 534-4848.


NEPTUNE. WALK Io ocean large '
3BRil 5BA Upper W.D. sundeck. No pels
$1295/mo. Lower Unit large 2BR w/paio
$1225/mo. Southside area. large 2BR.
w/island Kiichen. WiD. security system No
pels $6251mo. 223.5211
VILANO BEACH Townhouse, 1000n I:
beacn 2!2 1 car gar. year lease Privale
beacon access. $950/mo. (904)294 5-498
VILANO BEApM.BBL'4BA 2850sl., over;
looking intercoar , alK'.-'b-each r.,orrn�
0dlr ~yr-p'id:.al q.- Call Jan u-tiu.
manrt537-'7777 O'ieri agent.


223B HOPKINS SI, Nep Bch IBRtiBAel.
ticiency Apt 1.5 blocks Irom ocean
$775/mo Lewis Realty 19041291-7229
NEW TOWNHOUSE in S Jax Ben 3BR
2 5BA, 1700sl, master suaie wi lacuzzl.
balcony, ile first ltoor, laundry hookup 2
car garage. fenced yard Small dogs con
silered 893 6th Ave S $1600/mo plus
imo dep Call 249-6150
PONTE VEDRA Bcn 3BR split. 2BA sin
gle gar Upgraded including all new appli.
ances. & monthly lawn care 177 Del Pra-
do $1250'mo 1st & lasi deposit required
No ples, non-smoker Avail Ocl Call
568-1983.
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)3439908
JAX BEACH. Oceanview Renovated
Hardwood floors, Disnwasrer, CH&A
1BR/1BA. $800/mo. $850/mo $1000,1lmo
1904)859-1301, 1904)553-1354
OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA. 506 B Ocean-
front. Neptune Beach: Just remodeled.
$1800/mo including utilities. 545-1046
NEPTUNE BCH 1/2 block tod ocean,
2BR/1BA, deck, large, garage, CH&A,
WDHU, No dogs, $1250/mo + deposit,
CallTrisn 463-0222
HODGES & Beaches areas 1. 2 s 3BR's
w/ gorgeous lake to goll views From
$850/mo. 233-4545
JAX BEACH- 2BR/1BA dishwasher,
WDHU, CH&A, microwave. 728 8th St.
South Credit check, no pets, $850/mo.
514-8530.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA condo Club
pool, exercise & more! $975/mro.
3BR/2BA, $1200/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141..
JAX BEACH, 3-4BR/2BA apt, WDHU,
7-blocks to beach. $1050/mo. +deposit.
716-0579.
JAX BEACH block & half from water,
2BR/1BA, CH/A. WDHU. FP $800rmo
904 891-0606 or 352-478-2161
ATLANTIC BEACH, stroll to ocean
Charming 2BR iBA apt., CH/A, W/D,
$995/mo., dep.+ -lease. No dogs.
322-8545.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA Duplex. Ap-
pliances, washer/dryer, CH&A. $900/mo.
1st, last, deposit. 803-2520, 338-1766.
MOVING, ASSUME Lease. Grande Re-
serve Condos, JTB/Hodges. 2BR/1.5BA.
All appliances. $900/mo. 534-5847.
PONTE VEDRA, gated townhouse, 2/2
attached garage, pool, gym. $1100/mo. All
South-Realty, 904-241-4141.
S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.
1BR/1BAon water, fisherman's delight,
near beach. $770 + down, 221-0847.

Is l1 5gRI W TI


Totally renovated 4BR/2.5BA 2-story penthouse with 2 oceanfront
balconies with hurricane shutters and an add'l oceanview sundeck.
This home features custom kitchen cabinets w/pullouts, granite
countertops, large breakfast bar, tile backsplash, and stainless steel
appliances. Gorgeous stone floors in kitchen, dining, and living areas.
2 AC units, custom closets in every bedroom, updated fixtures, and
has been replumbed. Shutters throughout, berber carpet, newer paint,
and updated bathrooms complete this oceanfront penthouse. Offered.
at $999,000.
Exclusively marketed by:
J44eed ,wse te, PA, REALTOR
Office (904) 241-7461 ext 231 , Prudential
Cell: (904) 477-6668 Network Realty e
michellehomes2003@yahoo.com Extremely Full Service.


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CLASSIFIED


Oceanfront $2.75M
6782 A Ave
5/4.5, 4725 sf. pool, spa,
private beach, ICW views

Waterfront 3889k
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


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SINGLE WIDE 2BR'2BA * storage shea.
'87. PEAC. $10 500 Ihrm excellent cond,.
lion, 14036 Downs Lane &580 Ponsade,
.708-0731. 241 8718
PALM HARBOR lactorv lilqudation sale
2006 models must go! Modular. mobile &
sill homes 0. down wnen you own your
own land' Call our laciory lor tree color
brochure 1800)622.2832.


S JAX Bcn, 3r2. $1450/mo 2 cleaning
services incl. per mo 655-3951
LARGE 1 bedroom Excellent localor.
blocks to ocean Very clean No Pels
$675/mo 642.1214 and 241-1219
JAX BCH. 3.2 5, ocean view. $1450ijmo
185 51n Ave S. 318-0044.
FAIRFIELD PV- 2BR12BA luanhome
w/garage! hardwood Iloors, lakeview, ,::ut.
pool & more' $1200.mo All Soutn Reslry.
241-4141
JAX BEACH- 1 block to ocean
3BR/1.5BA townhome. CH&A, VVDHU.
balcony & patio 520 S 2nd St $1351 mo.
$1000 deposit, 280-2728 Ive message







The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


September 20, 2006


FURNISHED DOWN to the kitchenware.
1/1, long or short term, 1 block to beach.
Includes util. & laundry room. As low as
$1000/mo. 318-0044.
ATLANTIC BEACH DUPLEX. 2/1, 2
blocks from beach, Ig deck & backyard,
W/D, storage room. $1200/mo. 318-2121.
NEPTUNE BEACH Summer Sands
Townhome, 3/2.5, WD, garage, pool, No
Pets, No-Smoking, $128p/mo. 655-2718.
PVB, BELLEZA 2/2, 2nd floor (top), end
unit, vaulted ,ceilings, W/D, completely
renovated. Resort amenities. $1100/mo.
Garage available. (904)629-0046.
JAX BEACH- 2BR cottage near ocean,
CH&A, WDHU, no pets, $925/mo + $500
deposit,. 246-3130.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean, renovated
2BR, all amenltes, avail, soon, $1100/mo.
247-1417.. 1BR, near ocean. $750/mo.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 322 3rd Street,
*2BR/1BA, 3 blocks from ocean, large
backyard, no dogs, $1200!mo * dep.. 246-
1009.
MOBILE HOMES $500 lo $550 on pn-
vatp lots. Near Mayportl Naval Slalion, no
Sdogs, 333-5579.
2BR./ 5BA. CH&A, WDHU. carpel & por.
celan ile. lenced in DacK yard. 2112 Flor-
da Blvd Neptune Bch. $800/mo, credit
check. 888-259 0783
1ST STREET NEPTUNE BCH
2BR'2 5BA Townhome wid. dishwasher,
firep ace Deiber carpel, 18" ceramic tile
private tDalcony, private palo. $1395/mo
Available Oct 1st.. 333-8462. Harrigan
Properties Realtork
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,
2BR/1BA, 1 year lease, NO pets, 800sf.
includes..W/D. $1000/mo. +$1000/sec.
dep. 918A First Street, between. Bay &
Pine. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.
136 5TH Ave N 3BR' BA, eai-ln Kitchen
:ile Iloori. WDHU CH&A delachea 1 car
garage. $950/mo I$950'dep $200 non-
relundsble pet deposil 993-8597
SVB TOWNHOUSE- 2BR l.5BA, com-
pletely remodeled, all new appliances.
next to Sawgrass, great amenities.
li 000/mo + aeposil. 904-571-6967


LARGE APARTMENT near ocean. 2BR/
1 BA plus den. $1100/mo. 249-3970.
OCEANFRONT- 3BR/2BA condo in S.
Jax Bch. Convenient to shopping, JTBI
Club pool, garage & morel $1700/mo. Al-
so, 2BR/2BA $1400/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area, quiet, safe, residential neighbor-
hood. 2BR/1BA, lower duplex, new paint.
CH&A, W/D included. No smoking, no
pets. $950/mo., lease deposit. 993-1118.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
1BR/ BA. $695/mo (904)891-0606,
(352)478-2161,
BEACHFRONT 1BR/ 1BA, 108 Orange
St, Nep Bch, downstairs, $1100/mo incl.
until. (661)803-6275. '
MAYPORT, 2BR/1BA apt., $675/mo.
+$600/dep. CH&A, 280-2728 Iv. msg.
ATLANTIC BEACH , Townhouse,
2BR/2.5BA, garage, fenced-in :deck and
yard tile. new carpet. Pels allowed. Bike
lo Beach Satellite ready $1250/mo
Deposit. 273-5653.
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/2BA condo, lust steps
to ocean Club pool. $975/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
PONTE VEDRA TOWNHOME,
2BRJ2.5BA. wdhu. very clean & spacious.
no smokers or pets. avail. Oct. 1, $900'mo
+sec. dep ,249-6150.
* * *
RENTAL- CONDO- MAYPORT
2 large bedrooms- 1 1/2 bans including
refrigerator w/ ice maker, dishwasher,
washer & dryer, separate dining area, fire-
place In Iving room, newly carpeted (sorry
NO DOGS), fresnh clean. Includes pool,
locked storage Pacility $850/mo 1yr
lease, deposit & references required. Call
evenings 285-8325 or cell 403-9297.

CLEAN '3BR Townhouse, near oceari,
.Neptune Bch. $1395/mo. Cnarles Leo-
nard, Broker. 241-7675.
JAX BCH near ocean 1BR unfurnished
apt, lease, references, $725/mo, 222 4th
Ave. So., 221-4134. 703-5518,


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WE RENT THE BEACHES DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY, YEARLY


$ 875 713 Belleza Ponte Vedra 1/1 875
$1000 412 The Palms Ja\ Beach 2/2 1156
$1000 7 i \ ilas of Madrh Landing Ja\ Beach 2/2 1080
$1050 36 The Colony Ponie Vedra :2/2 1100
$1050 72 The Fountaini Ponte Vedra 2/2 1260
$ 150 ' 565 Lora Street Neptuine Beach 2/2+-ffice 1000
$1200 728 Belleza , Ponte Vedra 2/2 1012
$1350 1227 18th Streel North Jax Beach 3/2 1700
$1400 748 MarshCoe Lane Ponte Vedra 3/2+loft 1650
$1500 9757 Rough Creek Ponte Vedra/Sangrass CC 2/2 .1465
$1500 1106 Valencia Ja.\ Beach/Beach Pkwy 2/2 "1356
$16:00 74- Surmetrhoise U BeachPonte Vedra 3/2 1500
li00:: 1979 Spoonbill St. lax/San Pablo Rd .3/2 :. 1700
$1600 804 Templeton Lane Ponte \edra/Walden Chase4/2 1700
$1700 106 Bermuda Bay Ponie Vedra 3/2 1800
$1750 97 Voyager Court Pone Vedra/Sa grass TPC 3/2 , 1750
$1800 104 Crossove Circle Ponte Vedra/Seaside 4/3 2345
$1800 ,1029 Hanover Lane, Pone \edra/Walden Chase 4/3 2502
$1900 224 Seamist Court Ponte Vedra/Seaside 3/2 . 2100
$1950 10ATheWaterford la\ Beach 3/2 . 1800
$2t00() :, 0 Bndgeeuaier Circle Pone Vedra/SawgrassTPC3/2.5 2000
$2000 810 lMira Vi'ta . Atlanuc Beach 3/3:: 2050
$2260 10302 Ocean Grande South Ponte Vedra 3/3 2239
$2400 9')5 2nd Street North. JC Ja\ Beach 3/3 2444
$2400 505 Seascape Jax Beach/Oceanfront 3/2' 130P
$2500 70Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach .4/4 , 2800
$2500 117 Deer Cove Drive Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
$2500 703 Landmark Ja\ Beach/Oceanfroint 3/2 , 1829.
$2600 408 Seaspra> Lane Ponte \edra b\ the Sea 4/3 . 2650
$2600 99110 Preston Trail Pone Vedra/Saegra;. CC 3/2.5 2900
1,2O00 ST - bl MeopbliLun ' ra, Beach/Oc~dhvidw-' -3/2 ; " .-1199'
530001 I 05 L.ndmark J-\ BeachiOcean'froat 4-3.5 ' 2650
$3000 62S Preirven \ie" Dn\e Palm \Vallel/Marsh Harbor4/4+-bonus rm3100
$3000: 2451 South Ponte Vedrj Bhd South Ponie Vedra 3/2.5 3500
$3300 133 Sea Hammock 'Wa Ponte Vedra Oceanfront 2/2 1614
$3300 570 Ponte Vedra Bl\d. Ponle Vedra 3/2.5 3158


$ 900/uk Beach Club Villas Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 600
$1100/wk49 Tifion WaN. North Sawgrass Country Cub-2/2.5 . 1500
$1300/wkDeer Run Saw grass Country Club 3/2 1600
$1400 The Colon .Pone Vedra !2/2 1100,
$!500 741 Spinnaker'sReach Sawgraiss BeachClub 1/1 700"
$1600 . Sea Place Atlantc Beach 2/2 1200
$1600/wk 2839 S. Ponte Vedra S.:Ponte Vedra 3/1.5 '1500
$1800/wk2503 S. Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra . 4/2.5 2100.
I 1i80i0/ L The Retreat Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
$2000 Las Brisas, . Ja\ Beach/Oceanfont . 2/2. 1200
$2000 Pelican Point 'Ja. Beach/Oceanfront 2/2 1200
$2000 Loggerhead Lane Satgrass/PlayersClub 3/2.5 1600
$2000 Vista Del Mar Ja\ Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
$2200 Quail Point [l awgrass Countr, Club 2/2 1800
$2300 92 Titon VWay Nonh Sawgrass Country Club 3/2, 1900
$2500 31 Little Bay Harbor Sawgrass Country Club 2/2.5 1680
$2500/wk728 Oceanfront / Neprune Beach/Oceanfront 3/2.5 wlgamern2600
$2700/wk2824 Coastal Hwy , V\Llan Bea3idicheanfrounrPool6/4 4000
$2800 2841S PoriteVedra Blid S Ponie Vedra/Oceanfron 4/2 , 2100
$3000 703 Landriiarlo(7 mo mmi I Jat Beach Oceanfront 3/2 1829
$3900 105 Water Oak Water Oak/TPC 3/3.5+office 3200
$5500 1931 Beach Ave(3mo.mii.) Atlantic Beach . 3/3 ,, :2400
* Pets Negotiable - No Purebred or mix of the following dogs
allowed on our properties:
Pit/American Bull, Chow, German Shepherd,
Rottweller, Doberman Pinscher. **
*"Other furnished properties also available
Dally, Weekly and Monthly.*
Call today to book your next vacation!!
www.StocktonRealEstate.com
228 Ponte Vedra Park Dr. Suite 500
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

(904) 285-2882


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OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
ATLANTIC BEACH, SELVA LAKES 2BR Walk to beach and Town Center from this
2.5BA townhome, vaulted ceilings, frplb., lovely 4BR/2.5BA beach bungalow,
"Ig heated & A/C Florida room. 2car gar., charming front porch & fenced yard plus a
comm. pool. Fresh paint & new carpet, on detached bldg. with 2 car gar, huge stor-
lake, 4 blocks to beach, lyr lease. Avail, age room, and bonus room (great for
October. $1350/mo. Call 246-8294. home office/studio)'Avallable late October
COTTAGE ACROSS from ocean, 512 1st $1850/mo. Call 242-0203 soon.
'St.' South. $850/mo. VIP Realty.
962-6190u. realty JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.51A home, 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec. dep. 1310
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile Pinewood Rd. off Penman and North 12th
floors, CH&A, laundry room, patio, fenced Ave. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.
yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets, $950/deposit,
$950/mo. 617 7th Ave S., Jax Bch. ATLANTIC BCH, woodsy cottage. 3/2, 2
993-1114 or 270-1284. car gar., ceramic tile, c-fans, pond,
1 9mo/n4n 0/nndrln Avail 1inn


ATLANTIC BEACH, Oceanfront, 4BR/4BA
home, long-term rental. (904)354-4400,
PONTE VEDRA Sawgrass 'Players Club,
Bermuda Court. 2BR/2BA patio home,
$1150/mo., 655-5990.
2BR/2BA,, ICW, W/D, newly renovated.
Must see. $1000/mo. (904)571-5517.
1/2 MILE to Beach $1500/mo., 3BR/2.5BA
home, 2 car garage, on cul-de-sac,
Ig.yard, wood deck, privacy fence.
Call Amy 786-205-1631 or. email:
macs@adelphia.net.
4/2 OAK Harbor, $1100.mo + dep, reler.
ences availaDle Oct. 1, 1291 Naniucket.
call 553-6266
SCUTE AND, cozy beach home, 2BR/1BA,
all appliances. plenty of storage lush
landscape, $1200,mo. available now 435-
3165.
3BR/2BA +BONUS'room 1102 15th Ave
North. Available October 1st, $1275/mo.
241-8003.


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 npw.
-WOLF CREEK
3/2.5 townhouse, 1 cargar. $1350/mo;,
, THE VALLEY
'2/2, $950/mo. Avail now.
MERRILL PINES
3/2, $1050/mo. Avail now.
S RIVERBROOK
3/2. $1295/mo Avail now.
DANFORTH
42, $1595/mo.
KENSINGTON
3/2, cul-de-sac, $1250/mo..
EGRET GLADE .
3/2, 2 car gar. new carpel & paint
avail. 9/20, $1195/mo.
HAWKINS COVE
4/2,2 car gar. avail. 11/1 $1595/mo
SOUTHSIDE
SONOMA SOUTHSIDE
S 3/2, $1395/mo.
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
4/2.5; 3 car gar., almost 3000st. avail. 8i1,
$1900/mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
VICTORIA LAKES
3/2, $1395/mo Avail now.
TIDEWATER
4/3, 3 car gar., $1895/mo
4/3.3 car gar $1925,'mo.
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4/2, brand new home, 2100-sl. $1450/mo
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.





NEW LUXURY


TOWNHOUSE

$ 1620/Month
Large 3BR72BA
Walk to Beach
1095 So. 7t0 ' ,,,,,
v Jax Beach-
800-935-8347 ext. 107


707-7370.
ISLE OF Palms 3BR/2BA, $1200/mo,
washer/ dryer, screened lanai,' newly re-
modeled, 233-2571.
3BR/1BA JAX Beach house, bike to
beach, quiet street, no smoking, no pets,
$600 deposit, $900/mo, 994-5861..
ATLANTIC BCH- 4BR/2.5BA, complete
remodel, fenced yard, 2-car garage and
,ff sireel parking. near Mayport, schools,
and oeaches, $1500omo deposit. 869
Gavagan. Call for appt. (9041-910-6052
NORTH JB, 3BR/1BA, CH&A, WDHU, tile,
fan, lawn and pest included $1100/mo.
Available now. 249-1104 Pager 306-
2999.
PONTE VEDRA L'Atrium, 2BR/2BA. ga.
rage, pool, tennis, orange, lemon and,
grapefruit trees. $1150/mo. Available im-
Smediately. 285-9884.
WEST BEACHES, 1276 Broad Wing.
4BR/2BA, executive brick home.
$1350/mo. VIP Realty 962-6190.


NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA home, cen;
H/A, WDHU, $1150, 514-1090.
OLD ATLANTIC BCH
1660 Beach Ave (across Irom ocean).'Lg
,3BR 2.5BA townhome 12150sf), frplc.,
fended yard, deck, -mall pel negot.
$1750'mo. (904)477-0102.
3BR,3BA BEACH HOUSE 227 Nortn St
7 houses from .ocean, pets welcomed,
$1950 call1233-2151. ,
ICW NEAR San Pablo Rd. 3BRI/BA
LARGE fenced yard CH&A, WDHU,
$950,mo 241-1857, 246-02.18.
ATLANTIC/ MAYPORT/ Oak Harbor
1129 Sebago Ave South Beaulilul 3,2.
fenced yard. all new Klcnen, appliances,
bath, lile & carpel $1200/mo year lease,
no peis,.631-3583
SELVA LINKSIDE- ATLANTIC BCH
3BR.'2BA. great condillon. 1654s5. over.
looking goll course, low maintenance.
$1500 mo. 904-219-7962
PVB - Solano Cay 3BR'2BA. garage.
large backyard in quiet neighborhood
Comm pool. $1,250/mo. 315-6558
ICW, 340 Currituck W, 3/2 1 car garage,
large master. $1150!monin - deposit. Call
334-2300
ICW SPACIOUS POOL HOME 3/2 on
lake, 1850 sq ft W/D, 2 car, sm. pet OK,
$1400,699-2245.
ATLANTIC BCH/ Mayport, Spacious 3/2,
bonus room, fireplace., enced yard, pest
control included No smokitg/peis Availa-
ble 1013. $1150/mo + deposit 755-4038
JAX BEACH- 909 7th Ave Nonh.
2BR/1BA nouse w/screened in porch
lenced yard. CH&A. $970/mo.
(9041891-0606 or (352)478.2161
3BR/1BA, 8 blocks to ocean, CH&A,
.WDHU w/large separate -utility shed.,
Sfenced backyard w/rki bar, BBQ pit. Must
see to appreciate 814 3rd Ave. S., JB
$925/mo. +dep. Must pass credit check.
Donnie 992-0088, 246-3690. 333-1822.
SOUTHSIDE- 4BR/3BA, 2500sl, single
family nome completely remodeled, large
backyard on Lake San Jose $1400/mo.
Call Rebekan (904)998-8360.
NAVIGABLE WATERFRONT- 2654 Jew-
ell Fd. 3/1 brick, rent to own. $1200/mo.
VIP Really, 962-6190.
JAX BCH, 4 blocks from ocean. 3BR
1 5BA. CH/A. tile & carpets, new kit caOi.
nels $1250/mo plus S1100/dep Dogs
30lbs-and under conslderedt514-24229-f:
ler 4pm Broker' owner. : ,

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country, to
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45 Late-night
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47 House
people: abbr.
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63 Vicinity
64 Silent
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67 Girl's name
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swellings:
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ok,,I FOR REN


SOUTH JAX Beacn 3BR/1.5BA, 6 blocks JAX BCH new 3,2 w/ garage, consider
to ocean. $1300/mo. 710-5200 lease purchase, $1350/mo. 568-4818.


PVB- 3/2, 2 car garage, fenced yard. new
everything $1600/mo. Joe 923-7066
JAX BEACH Holly Dnve, 3BR/2BA. 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1250/mo + deposit,
614-5278.
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 1 blk. to
ocean, 3BR/2.5BA, 1850sq: ft., avaialbe
now, 219-2481.
CUTE 3BR/2BA, PVB home fenced Dack
yard, w/d, $1500/mo, Call 1904)386-7792.
PONTE VEDRA- nice. clean, 3BR/2BA.
garage, very private, maintenance free,
pels ok, $14001mo 241-4750. .
SOUTH JAX Beach, 3BR/2.5BA, 1 car ga-
rage on quiet cul-de-sac. Available
10/1/06. $1450/mo 655-3491
N JAX Bch. 3BR/2BA, living, dining, large
kitchen, screened patio. fenced rear yard,
newly' remodeled, I1260rno '+- qeposir
53g-6400,? i , , . i... . i- _ ,. -.| ,- i
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3BR/2BA house,
1650sl, Ig lenced rear yard, pels negotia-
ble. $1350/mo +deposil. Includes pest
control and lawn service (904)476-3000.
JAX BEACH new 3BR/3BA w/ocean view.
pool, garage, $2100/mo 223-6896.
JAX BEACH- near ocean, 3BR/1BA
Lease, references required. 218 4th Ave
Soutn. $1195/mo (904)221-4134. 703-
5518
PONTE VEDRA- EAST OF A1A.
3BR/2BAf .office, 2000sl, 2 car garage.
..Courtyard pool, lawn/pool service includ-
ed. Pets OK. $1900/mo. (904)703-0242.
PALM VALLEY. 312 Motole Home Quiet
and serene. Monlh-io-monih lease
$950/mo. Owner/ Agent. Cornerstone Re.
alty, Inc 904-339-0231.


PONTE VEDRA Summer House
2BR/2BA . condo, washer/ dryer,
$1100/mo. 904-687-9371.
PVB, OCEAN GROVE, 2BR/2BA, garage,
$1100/mo.' 391-0029, 399-5511 (eve-
nings).
WATERFRONT LUXURIOUS 3BR 3BA w/
office, 4700st condo Located on Inter-
coaslal in new development. All amenities
inci with or without boal slip Unfurnished.
Looking for long term lease- 1-2 yr rental.
For more details 398-9080 exl 211.
LOVE THE BEACH? South Jax Beach.
3BR/2BA, Furnished, right on Ocean.
Awesome view. 242-0411.
OCEANFRONT
ATLANTIC BEACH Cloister Condo.
3BR/2BA All amenities, all appliances, in-
cludFing washer'dryer 219:2481.
OCEANFRONT. SPACIOUS 1/1. Anrac-
tively lurnisned, pool, shor/ long term.
904-737-2829
PONTE VEDRA 2/2.5, large bedrooms.
comm pool. tennis, walk to shopping, No
pels/no smoking $900/mo., 631-1736.
.VALENCIA, JAX Beach. 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage, many upgrades. reason style
pool w/limess center. $1600/mo.
(904)422-1599.
OCEANFRONT
1BR/1BA, pool. fabulous, upscale. You
are wonh it. $1550/mo. 249-6166.
2/2 BELLEZA condo, vaulted ceilings, 3rd
floor, newly remodeled, fully carpeted/
tiled, $1100/mo. 904-294-9927
PVB. 1BR/iBA. Eleganlly lumished Sleps
to Ocean. Garage, $1600/mo 708-4022


PONTE VEDRA POOL HOME 3/2 ,n Fid- PVB COLONY MOTIVATED 2BR/2BA
dler's Marsh, *o1500/mo Pets welcome, 1200s5. replace, W/D. 2na Iloor, new car-
607 1030. - pel, huge ceilings $1175/mo635-6375.
JAX BEACH- 428 rd Ave. So., 2BR/BA PONTE VEDRA- new 2BR/2BA w/washer
house CH&A, fenced yard, $825/mo, dryer, lop floor corner, beach access golf,
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161. luxury amenities, no smoking/pets
$1100/mo - deposit. 755-4038


1649 LANDING, Nep Bcn. 3BR 2BA, com-
pletely updated, beaurilul neighborhood, Ig
lencea yard, 2 car gar & RV parking.
$1600/mo., deposil -eq'd By appt. only
(904)910-6052 "


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.

RVB SUMMIERHOUSE, 2BR/2BA, 2nd
floor'. First month FREE w/lyr agreement
$995/mo. depositl (904)466 0230
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JAX BEACH, oceanfront, 1BR/1BA, beau-
SIfully lurnlshed*Avall 11/1/06. $1500/mo
(904)910-3587.
OCEAN FRONT Jax Beach 2BR/1BA just
renovated, granite, new appliances, 20"
porcelain tile, stunning bath, lop floor,
$1950/mo. 233-7702.
1BR/1BA in The Grana Reserve, near
UNF/ Beaches W/D included; Vaulted
,ceiling: FP, Goll course side/ view Ameni-
lies include swimming pool,. hoter ub, gym,
volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts
$980/mo. v 980,dep Call 904-292-1719
OCEAN FRONT. unfurnished. 2BR/2BA,
4tIn loor, pool, year lease. $1425/mo.
Avail. 10/1/06 Call 642-3517.


1BR W/ GARAGE! Tne Palms $900/mo..
568-1613
DECORATOR HIGH END 2BR/2BA,
ocean front condo, living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean w/balcony.
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
lurnished. greal amenities, including cov-
ered parking, pool. not tub, tennis, and
sandy each. Call for more details,
398-9080 ext 211.
JAX BEACH. 2BR/2BA, spll floor plan,
fireplace 1028 4th St N., blocks from
beach. $1050/mo 728-3000 (days),
786-2757 eveningss.
PVB. OCEAN Grove, IBR/1BA w/loh.
Overlooks pool and on lake. Must rent.
$1,000 Andy 588-4295 or Ken 251-5370.
PVB. SPACIOUS, 1200sl., 2BR/2BA. Lots
ol amenities $950/mo. Call 234-2646.
LUXURY CONDO directly on Intracoastal
in MiraVisla w/garage, 3BR/3BA, 2050sl,
$2500/mo. Boat slip available. Call Jay
343-1897.
PVB, BELLEZA. 2/2, 2nd loor (top), end
unit, vaulted ceilings. W/D, completely
renovated Reson amenities. $1100/mo.
Garage available (904)629-0046
PONTE VEDRA- The Colonies, 2BR 2BA.
lake view, walking distance to each.
Bamboo wood Iloprs. Irplc., washer/ dryer
ncl. $1000/mo 260-1961


BRAD NEW OCEANVIEW luxury condo 2/2 OCEANFRONT Condo, 7th floor. Oce-
BRAND-NEWOCEANVIEW luxury condo gania Condos, $2500/mo., pool & gym.
3/2 2 garage spots, pool, spa, $1795/mo., Available October. Call Seana 910-3644.
631-0679 - "
631-7 VILLAS/ MARSH Landing- 2BR/2BA,
1BR/1BA, 3RD floor, $850/mo. wood WAD, screened porch, gated, fitness, pool,
floors, fireplace, patio. Available 10/1/06. close to beach, $995/mo + deposit Availa-
534-4559. ______ble November 1st: 247-9727.


ATLANTIC . BEACH/ : MAYPORT
2BR/2BA, CH/A. Bike to Hanna. Private
Courtyard. Pool. Small pets OK.
$900/mo. 233-2719.
PVB HOTSPOT Summer House; East of
A1A, 2 2BR/1BA condo; $1100/mo.
230-2221.
PONTE VEDRA, Luxury 1/1 patio home,
walk to beaches, pond view, pool/
,-health club amenities, $1099/mo.
407-448-5635.
$215,000- 2/2, garage, all appl. incl., Jar-
din De Mer, 247-4211.
LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY
2BR/2BA in PVB, next to TPC Golf Vil-
lage, 5-star amenities, walk to beach,
$1000/mo Call Laura for details,
910-7775.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Seaplace- 1 blk to
ocean. 2/2, pool side. Remodeled. No
pets. $975/mo., yr lease, dep. 249-7967.
PONTEVEDRA. Walk To Beach. Furnish-
ed 1BR/1BA, 'water-to-golf view, pool,
tennis. . $1250/mo. includes utilities.
396-9544 or (904)608-0962. .
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. +mo. depos-
it. Call Bruce at 377-5051.+.


SUMMERHOUSE COMMUNITY- 2BR/
2BA, ground floor, gated community. 5
star living. Call Steve Macri, Country Club
Real Estate (904)662-9015.
JAX BCH, like new 3/2 unfum. Ocean-
view. $1700/mo. 612-9172.
LIKE NEW 2/1, 2 blocks to ocean..SJB.
$1000/mo. 904-537-4732 .
2BR/2.5BA INTRACOASTAL waterfront
condo with spectacular view, end unit,
newly remodeled, granite, travertine, new
appliances, no smoking/ pets. $1200/mo
without boat slip, $1400/mo w/boat slip,
613-2715..
OCEANFRONT 3BR/3BA,, 2124sf, 7th
floor, brand qew plus garage $3000/mo.
Renee L. Baron, Inc. 242-2821.
PVB SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR/2BA, Beach-
side. End unit, 1-story. May give option to
buy. $1250/mo. (904)612-6532.
FREE RENT (1st month) Beautiful 3/2
condo for rent. New carpets/ paint and
more. Owner occupied at present. Newer
building with all amenities on First Street.
Rent $1700/mo. Call 904-509-5579.
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, brand new,
2BR/2BA w/fireplace and appliances.
5-star amenities, gated community.
$1050/mo. Kimmie 904-333-8604.
.ATLANTIC BEACH 2/2 beautiful furnished
vacation condo, $1300/mo, 887-5005.


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S' I * BEA1H RENTALS , ;
Unfurnished Homes Penman Road - NB 3BR/2BA home Riverbrook at
t The Plantation - PV 3BR/2.5BA, w/screened porch, fenced backyard, Glen Kernan -Hodges
SNewer two story home, hardwood large lot. $1300/mo. 5BR/3BA brick home w/fenced
Floors, den/office, balcony. The Courtyards - AB 3BR/2.5BA, backyard, corner lot, 2700sqft, two car -
$3000/mo. private, updated unit w/garage, patio, garage $1895/mo.
SPonte Vedra by the Sea - PV balcony, overlooks lagoon. Pablo Bay- San Pablo 4BR/3BAnewer
4BR/3.5BA, home has private $1200/mo. , home on water, upgrades throughout,
Backyard sanctuary, terrific floor plan, Furnished Homes open floor plan. $1950/mo.
S2 car garage. $2600/mo. Villages of Vilano - SPV 2BR/2BA, Unfurnished Condos
Solano Cay PV 4BR/2.5BA, two oceanfront condo, wood floors, Ocean Links - PV
story home w/spacious floor plan, upgrades, garage, amenities. Screened porch, fireplace, amenities
'; patio, comm. pool. $1595/mo. $1400/mo. 2BR/2BA, second floor. $1000/mo.
SDolphin Cove - PV 4BR/2BA, home Intracoastal West Palms at Marsh Landing JB
wall new interior, tile floors, garage, Reserve at Pointe Meadows -Gate Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
^ fencedbackyard. $1500/mo. Pkwy 2BR/2BA 2nd floor condo 1BR/1BA, 3rd floor, top unit, vaulted
Sawgrass - PV 2BR/2BA, home has w/tile floors, upgrades, balcony. ceilings. $850/mo.
Swood deck w/lagoon to golf course $1095/mo. 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit,
views, remodeled. $1500/mo. ,Wolf Creek - Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, vaulted ceilings. $1100/mo.
S434 9th Avenue N. - JB 3BR/1BA, townhouse, all upgraded, screened 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit,
home has hardwood floors, all new porch;,amenities. $1150/mo garage. $i150/mo
interior, fenced backyard. $1495/mo. Brightwater - Gate Pkwyarage /mo
Villages of Solano - PV 2BR/2.5BA, townhouse w/upgrades
3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft, throughout, porch, garage. $1250/mo. REMAXCOASTALREALESTATE
garage, patio, very neutral and clean. Stonefields at Bartram Park - Shannon Smith
$1450/mo. Mandarin 3BR/2.5BA, newer two (904) 285-5640
Beach Avenue - AB 2BR/1BA, 2nd story townhouse, 1975 sqft, 2 car www.rentthebeaches.com
story duplex, ocean views, wood deck, garage, amenities. $1600/mo. .
Swood floors. $1300/mo.
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September 20, 2006 The Beaches, Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader Yage /15


2BR/1.5BA, PRIVATE lot $650/mo. 273-
0857 Ive message.

I n lI�Y.Xlllm l::irii IrFt


If no contact has been made by you con-
cerning the above by October 25, 2006,
the matter of the Administrative Complaint
will be presented at an ensuing meeting of
the Board of Nursing in an Informal pro-
ceeding.


BL 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/11/06


S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly.. 241-0267.
www.rentJacksonvillebeach.com
OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes & condos From $500 per
Sweekl All South Realty, 2414141.
ENJOY A week or two at beautiful Jax
Beach. 2nd floor oceanfront condo. Nicely
furnished with fully equipped kitchen, w/d.
635-1055 for more Info. .
OCEANFRONT .CONDOS & Beach
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit ' us at:'
jaxbeachrental.com, or 535-3911 or i
535-3828.


ROOM TO rent on 1st and.Oleander, near
beach: Part of 2 bedroom townhdnie unit -
clean and recently remodeled Mostly lur.
nished. Private bath, 675/mo .deposiI
and 1/2 of bills. (310) 666-7754. -'. &
SHARE A house in Kensington area '
w/amenities. $500.'rno includes utilities
221-6646.
ROOMMATE TO share 2BR 1 SEA town-
nome in PVB $600.mo 1,i'2 utilities Rels
& background check. 699-3882.
ROOMMATE WANTED -M/F $650 +1/3
fees aarid utilities. Exclusive Miravista,
gated, pool, hot tub, health club, water-
front w/marina, view. R6om has own bath-
room, brand new large unit, -700sf.
(904)463-2845 ,



CHRISTIAN MALE seeks roommate, near .i
Mayport Rd. $425/mo+ dep. & util. 923-
6482:..
r
SROOM 4 rent Nep Ben 2 blocks to ocean.. .
675/mo+ dep ncl utll 521-8473 I
ROOM lor rent in enracilve rome at wa. I
terfront. Close to the beach, all. utilities
incl $450/mo each 221-4117
In

MASSAGE THERAPIST office, shared I
space, lully equipped Downlown, San
Marco area. separate entrance $4rl0mo
includes utllities. 465-2653. 463.0222 I
INDIVIDUAL QUALITY Executive Ortfce
overlooking golf course in S Jax Beach
Call 241-5553 x15
SOCEANVIEW OFFICE former B&B.
2000st. $2400Omo callPalrick 514.4335 ,
3 OFFICE Rental Spaces in Jax Beach/
Souln 3rd St - two upstairs units @ 700si
ea. lone has a kichen/ lunch area), one
downstairs unit ,' 1400si . rental rates
are Irom $760 base per month depending
on size and amenties Call 247-1770 lor
appt. to view... .
APPROXIMATELY 750 sl quality ohice ,I
space overlo:,oking goll course ,n S Jax
Beacn Call 241-5553 x15.
OFFICE SPACE lor rent e n Jax Bch
994-2945, 226 9788 '



FOR RENT- 750-1000sl office space
located in Jacksonville Beach Reasonimly I
priced from $1304-$1750 Ulhilmes includ-
ed Call Vickr or Tam, 19041241-1656
NEW COMMERCIAL WAREHOUSE,'.
shop space and lor lor lease Slarnin'--@
$5.ni;trpo-iOiM411 l4 -109~, n. , .


FREE TO 3 good home home, adorable
Kinerns three Solid DI ac and two while &
black, 821-1159. A
FREE KITTENS 12wks old, assorted col.
Sorts. Call 234-2692
SI


PIT BULL/ LAB mix. puppies 3 males
and 6 females available Snois and I
wormed. $20 to.good home.743-2042.
TEACUP YORKIES Cuie as a bunon
Males. AKC Shots 8 weeks 5900 irm
859-0872 or 249-14125



HOMIELESS PETS lor adoption' Cals &
dogs. 246-3600 . I



DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE! uncon- -
lested divorce papers Withoul Kids (wnile e
you walt) WtIn kids (ta ltle longer) Since
1981/ by appt. only (904)641-2187. -
DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc; Only one signature required Excludes
govt. fees! Call weekdays i8001-162-2000 .,U
ext.600 18am-7pml Alia Divorce. LLC. '
Established 1977
OFFERING GENERAL law practice spe-
cializing in bodily injury, wronglul deaih.
Call Rob Cook,Attorney (904)797-8225.
A *i A


NOTICE OF ADOPTION '
To: Curtis Lee Grant, or any other un- )
known putative biological father, and legal
father of Brandon Deon Grant, and Curtis'
Lee Williams, whose last known address
is unknown: .
You are hereby notified that on August
11, 2006, a Petition for Adoption of Bran-
don Deon Grant, a male child and Curtis .
Lee Williams, a male child born to Sharon- I
da Denise Williams, 'in Bibb County and W
Chatham County. Georgia, was filed In the (
Superior Court of Cobb County, Georgia, (
Adoption No. 06A128-05. Or August 15, (
2006, the Court passed an Order.fixing a.
hearing upon said Petition.for November
20, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. in the Chambers of I
SJudge Robinson, Marietta, Cobb County, I
Geordaa " (
All parental rights you may have with I
respect to the minor child ill be lostl and '
you will neither receive notice nor be eni-" '
tied to oblecl i the 'adoption of the child I
unless ii Dicolgqir.al latlherl wllnin thirny
(3C0i days irom he date lI Ine last publica-
tioi of this notice, you file (1) a Petition to
Legitimate the child pursuant to the Offi- /
cial Code of Georgia Annotated Section /
19-7-22; (2) notice Of the filing of such Pe-
tition to-Legitimate with the Superior Court :l
of. Cobb, County; and (3) serve a copy of '
the Petition to Legitimate on the under-
signed attorney for the Petitioner seeking
to adopt the child; (mother or legal father)
you make a timely appearance and objec-
tion in the pending adoption.
This 24th day of August, 2006.
Clerk of Superior Court
Cobb Counity, Georgia .
BL 9/6, 9/13, 9/20/06


In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the individual or
agency sending this notice not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at the
address given on the. notice. Telephone:
(850)414-4706, 1-800c955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770 (V), via Florida Relay
Service.
BL 9/13,9/20,9/27,10/4/06

NOTICE OF POSITION VACANCY

The Board of Trustees of the Municipal
Service District of Ponte Vedra Beach, St.
Johns County, Florida, gives notice of a
position vacancy on the Board of Trust-
ees. The:vacancy is for Seat 3 on the
Board of Trustees.'The vacancy will exist
effective December 1, 2006 and the va-
cancy occurred because no one qualified
to run for the position prior to the Septem-
,ber 5, 2006 primary election The position
will be killed by appc'inimen 10o be made b,/
ine Governor ol i e Stale o[ Florida Ex-
pressions ol Interest in Deing appointed )l
Ihe position should De directed lo he Gov:
errors Oflice at the Siale Capitol, Talla-
nassee, Flor-da
tL /on/n -


Amend..
nce re.
provals . LOST DOLPHIN ring on irhe beacn be-
ator ap. rween Bay and Magnolia Sis., senrtimenial
value 247-7679.

Ie ore fore
o appeal
with re- BEGINNER ISRAELI DANCE classes.
at such Every Monday 7.30-930pm $10 per
need a class., Learn to dance. Enjoy beautiful
or such music from the Middle East and around
a verba- the world. No partner needed. Bring'clean,
s made ..soft-soled. non-street shoes Cobali Moon.
ony and Center, 217 ist Si, Neptune Beach,
Is to be 246-2131 or 742-018B8.
www.fladancegypsy.com

WORK- PIANO LESSONS
Ci oi the All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
will be home. Piano Tuning also available,.
special 241-4954; 655-3300,
irs, 116
la. This MATH 'TUTORING. Middle, High School
It Plan- and'College. FCAT &,Home School assis-
tance at all levels'.Retired certified teach
er. Call 910-6652 for personal codnsulta-
jedislon tion.
t to any ATTEND COLLEGE online from home.
citing or Medical, Business. Paralegal Compuiers.
record of Criminal Justice Job placement assis.
purpose lance Compuler provided. Financial aid li
1 record qualified 1866)858-2121 www OnlineTide-
Srecord walerTech com
ie upon
HEAVY EQUIPMENT School Can you
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MATH TEACHER/ Tutor, 3 mornings a
S week, $60.00-75.00 an hour depending on
IGTON experience. To teach 4 children ages 13,
11, 10, & 7 A Chrislian 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 leaching
experience. You must be. a non-smoker
without pet allergies and be able o1 pro.
vide own rransportalon to and nrom work
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An Classes forming now at new South
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workshops and painting demos. Pre-regis-
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(866)889-0210 info
demy.co' ..... .


NURSES
Weekends 7pm to 7am and every other
weekend 7am to 7pm every Saturday
and Sunday at' a Premier Retirement
Community Health Center. Applications
available at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic'Beach,
FL; Fax to (904)246-9447; e-mail to:
obs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace.


BANQUET SERVERS & BEVERAGE
CART Marsh Landing Couniry 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 d,-
rection- Drug lesting EOE.


The Beaches Leader has an immediale
pantlime opening in Ih lasilpaced Mail
Room, MuSl erijy a good workout Hours
vary; Startinq pa' i $8 nr Apply at 1114
Beacri Bivd Jax Bcr or contacI Anya at
(904)249-9033.
JACKSONVILLE WEIGHT loss center
seeking highly motiatied & goal onenled
indi.viduals Sales, marketing medical or
management 'Kils a plus Exc pay & op-
pcrluniiers Ior ad',,ancerren in lun. upllrt-
ing environment Email tsume Io-
MFROPVB@earlnlinK.neat
PICTURE FRAMER- Part-time experi-
enced picture framer needed. Please call
904-662-4863.
ATLANTIC THEATRES Comedy Club
now adopting new members into our quir-
ky family. Need. box office and exp. serv-
ers. apply 1-5pm, M-Th, 751 Atlantic Blvd.
No phone calls lease.


SEWING MACHINE Repair.. Complete
lune-up All makes, all models, $49.50
241-2112
.k .' . *
HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-'
lial Cleaning Lawn Care AuIo Cleaning
Window Cleaning Janitorial Services. etc
Call Hermon, 246-4238. 612 1755
* * . *



PADGETT'S AC & Healing, Inc. Family
owned and-operated Wen quality and
customer service are demanded call
,'Travis al 588-5222
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Estimates License CAC1814887


HOUSE CLEANING, hnones, last. reliable
lair pricing call Maria, 777-4830.
AN AMAZINGLY clearly house or otrice by
Naiasna For esilmaie 563-7858
PLEASE CALL Lynne s Cleaning Service
for your cleaning needs Honest, depend.
able Pet & House.sitting, 343-4018 .
ABOVE & Beyond Housekeeping De-
pendable. detailed cleaning Licensed In-
sured. bonded references Immediate
openings 591-5901,514-1188


ING ACADEMY Stan CLEAN TO SHINE Our company commil-
todayl Offering course. ment is 100 Cuslomer Saiislactron at
luition fee! Many pay- Aholldable Prices We clean nomes, apart-
No registration feel menis, offices, RV s, new copslruction and
o@americasdrivingaca- restaurants. For a free estimate call 514-
7009 or (904)779-0158. We will beatany
_,^ _ .iteormpany-irfc6e"* ' 4 'I


EXPERIENCED ALTERATION Person
'needed. Part-tlme, Full time Please call
241-5611.
BEACHES MONTESSORI school: Like to'
work outdoors? Enjoy children? 3'hours a
day starting position, 10:30-1:30 M-F. Call
now 247-5745 or e-mail clane@dmson-
line.org.
PROFESSIONAL & energetic part-time re-
ceptiqnist needed at a busy animal hospi-
tal. Experience helpful, but not a must. Ap-
ply in person @ Atlantic East Pet Center,
519 Allantic Blvd. All Bcn.
KITCHEN HELP, Servers & Delivery in
PV Responsible Day or nignr Good
starting pay Will rain rigrh people Please
call for appi 273-0006
'COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area, P/T,
afternoons & Saturday. Call 285-5644. �
WEEKEND/ EVENING Recepl 'Sec lor
luneral home & cemetery Polite and pro-
lessional a musl Slan $8 25 hr. Hardage-
Giddens FH @Chapel Hills (SI Johns
Bluhf Rd Contact Jennifer' Crews
641-9755. M/F/DN/DFWP.
GOLF RETAIL Sales' CSR PanTime.'
Full-Time. Some, travel possible. Hourly.
Caddyshack Goll, Beaches Area., Fax
resume 270-0437 Email:,
caddyshacklia@arl nel


ATRIA SENIOR Living is seeking experi-
enced parntlime Waitstaff for their facility'
at t4199 Wm Davis Parkway. If you are
flexible with ours and have a pleasant
personally, please fax resume to
821-9879
RECEPTIONIST- EXP. office work, com-
puter literate, multi- line phone. Send re-
sume to: Receptlonist, 3102 Sawgrass Vil-,1
lage Cir., Ponte Vedra Bch, FL 32082.
DRIVER NEEDED. Experience in furniture
or appliance delivery helpful. 285-2426,
SEEKING AFTERNOON Teacher Must be
responsible and loving. Call 249-9080.
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.
CARING ADULT needed for 4 hours each
Sunday mdrning'to staff church nursery in
Atlantic Beach. Contact Nancy 249-8698.


AMERICARE HOME Health has part time
work available for RN, LPN, PT, ST, home
health aides, companions Greal pay and
lexibliry Call (904 722-1515


THE TWO dlt i tf lonalir, clean yOu "
.home: 8 years in business wilh referen-
ces. Call Tncia at 233-2621
HONEST. DEPENDABLE cleaning 10"
on lirsl clean Call Debble l9041626.6125



ANOMOTEC. 'QUALITY Electrical Serv-
ices Free esllmaies for repair/ installation
Comm/Rr.s Standby generators and
Iransler swilcnes All electrical needs
VisafMC 343-5535. Great ratesl



FENCES
WOOD Fence Specialist: Install, replace.
35yrs Experience References Mick Oul-
door Enlerprises 241.7276. 838-9599


PALACE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
Specializing in consulting, A/P. A/R, pay-
roll. bookkeeping notary services and ii-
nancial reporting O.er .en years expert.
ence in QuickBooks Locally owned and
operated Mike iey1nehs. 728-0683.

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STUCK? FRUSTRATED" Call Rob. All
applicallons. house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websiies graphics Free pnone
tech 904-249-3034 or email
callrob@comcast.net.


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FILL DIRT- Cheapl. Dig ponds free for dirt.
Land' clearing & new septic installation
services available. L & D Enterprises. 'Call
497-9666.
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call- Alah. 237-5301.


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P/T RECEPTIONIST. Good computer &
phone skills, flexible hours w/ hon-profit'
housing. Fax resume to 339-0263. EOE.


TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fri.
day. Call Bob, 241-5311.
CUSTOMER SERVICE Rep with office
skills, and Warehouse Shipping Clerk with
experience needed at HERE'S FRED Golf
Co. 2205 St. John's Bluff Rd. 645-9790.
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
Front Desk Receptionist for busy psychiat-
ric/ psychological office in Marsh Landing.
Applicants must be a team player, pleas-
ant, dependable, and able to multi-task.
Experience preferred but will train the.right
candidate. Fax resume to (904)543-9172.
ESPRESSO BAR help wanted for Pastry


HOUSEKEEPER/ MOMS Assistant- Flexi- shop. FT/ PT, lues- sat., competitive pay.
ble hrs. 15-20'hours per week.' All aspects Cal :285-2656 or apply in person, 266 Sol-
of maintaining a home. Organization ,a ana Rd.,PVB
must. Some duties include cleaning laun- FASTPACED opa Practice locat-
dr' o or gan fz nT'-.';'Paynegotiab l e. ri rprt- FASTPACED ,en r
dry/ organizing. Pay negotiable. Expe.ri-, ea at the beach looking for full-time Tele-
ence preferred, references & background phone Opera1or' Appoinmenr Scheduler
cneck a mu 93. 104P285 .3283 "p,:r re
check a must 04 285323 Monday- Friday- 40 hours per week Must
HEAD SWIM Coach- Wnsn Family Y- ' have 2 ears experience either in a medi-
CA, salary negotiable Experience re- cai practice or on telephones Full Bene-
quired. Call Julie Moore @ 543-9622. ' fits.:Please fax resume to:.(904)241-7331.


email. imoore' IlrsIcoa3stymnca.org
*TEACHER'S ASSISTANT NEEDED as a
Subsliute or noon-6pm, M-F in Beaches
Pre-scnool. Call 246-0433.
BILLING CLK/RECEPTIONIST 10-15
nrswk. Mon-Wed morning. MS Ofice and .
Ouickbook-'S ekp prelerred Fax resume
249-8134 or e mail gener9@yahoo com
TEMPORARY POSITION- Need 2 people
wiln Sales Experience, neai appearance,
clear voice and reliable transponatlon to
work booth at Home & Patio Show Octo-
Der 51h-8th 1$9 M 0inr i Call 241-6683.

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.LATITUDES CAFE. and Martini Bar at
Jacksonville Beach is NOW HIRING ALL
POSITIONS: CooKs, Dishwashers. Bar-
tenders, Servers. Bussers. Hosts'Hosless
Experience preferred Apply in person
Mon -F 10am-5pm at 2429 Soulh 3rd
Sr, or send resume via lax 904-247-6607
WINDOW BLIND Cleaning Technician- re-
quires valid drivers license & customer
service skills. Full or part-time, will train.
Call 246-3184. .
BEACH PEST control company needs
lawn care tech, no exp. req. hardworking,
stable, techs earn 30K+' DFWP, call 241-
7175.


LANDSCAPE! LAWN MAINTENANCE
REMODELING HELPER Needed Must Foreman & helpers Apply 7am. TNT
have Iranspornalon. Some experience Landscape 1074 10in Ave S, Jax
helpful 993-7328. Beach 247-4477.


KITCHEN UTILITY Worker: FT benefits'
401ki flexible schedule. Goil privileges
Phone 904-246-4827, e-mail
accounting @seivamarina.com, or fax re-
sume I C246-9121, DFWP


BUSY' ANIMAL hospital, seeks Techni-
cians & Kennel Attendents, Mon.-Fri.,
plus weekends Apply Ponle Vedra Anima
Hospial. 28 Corona Rd, 285-7924.


INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING WATERMARK CONSTRUCTION. line
qpaliry work al excellent price, also pres- home reslorallon linish carpentry. decks.
sure cleaning C3all 'lick 349 5990 tile, 303-3803
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OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Sale roof 'cleaning Deck & lence
restoration Pressure wasning. Licensed &
insured. Call Kevin . 994-0045
PRESSURE WASHERS lor rent or sale.
Tucker Equipment Rental 246-1330.


WYMAN'S PAINTING and PRESSURE
WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs experi-
ence Specializing In Beach nomes.
221.4117
FAST INTERIOR panl;ng drywall. lex-
lure Specialize in smaller jobs. 25yrs ex.
perience. Licensed, insured, references.
403-7389

TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repa3ni Residental and commerclah Men-
lion Ihis ad 246-1529.
A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING, INC. Top
knolch work guaranteed. Painting, tim.
carpentry. wood repair pressure washing
Licensed, Insured. Free esllmales
861-9500.


QUALITY INTERIOR & exterior painting
by Glenn Keller, licensed & insured. cour-
eous & dependable, call lor iree estimate,
591-4007
BEACHES HOME SERVICES Painting.
free eslhmates. work guaranteed. licensed
610 7768.
6AV.NQPW' Inerinor .& Exierior pailaing.
he A-ur wA9n.n ,ing , al Beaches
red �E males 861-4223' ' ' ' ' '


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PERSCHEL & MEYER PEST MGMT
We service Ihousands ol beach residents
www perscnelanameyer.com 241-3409.


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DAVIDS POOL SERVICE Weekly clean-
Ing MosI residential pools $25,week+
chemicals Licensed, Insured. We make
your lre a little easier. 285-b240.,.



TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, specializing in termite damage,
246-1-529.
JAMES WYNNE Repairs Inc Brick Dlock
concrete, carpentry, drywall. New con.
struciron & repairs 333.1388
PINNACLE CONSTRUCTION, State Cer-
tified ,CBC 1253980. New .Construction,
Ropm Additions, Remodeling, Repairs,
Decks. 904-307-2214.
FOR SALE new cabinets, granite.kitchen
counter top, granite bar top, 285-6594,
285-8195.
.ALLIANCE BUILDER GROUP, INC.
CGC 1505263. Commercial & Residelitial.
New homes, room additions, remodeling,
stucco, siadng. Any small rush repairs.
Quality Guaranteed. Affordable prices.
Free estimates. (904)234-1179.
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TNT REMODELING. Stan to Finish
Affordable & dependable Licensed' Insur.
ed Call Tony 19041221-6586.


CSJ REPAIR Services. Carpentry Dry.
wall, Panling, Paperhangng, Tiling, etc.
Licensed, Insured 955-0593, 241-1461
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, carpentry, water prooling, pres-
sure washing rile work. drywall
904-241-7023
HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable lor qualiry repairs. service
calls. painling, improvements and mrscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE 246-6628


ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL
Specializing in kitchens, cabinets. Dalh-
rooms tile, doors, windows rohed wood.
lermile damage rool leaks, drywall
decks etc Honeds top quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
1904 710.3784
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ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ ihe
Beach 25yrs expenence 880-9908
CCC1326983.


WOODARD TREE Service. Free esti-
mates, licensed & insured. Call 234-9757.


SHOW ME LAWN SERVICE, INC.: Call
Parm 742-7769.
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S.E. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS.
.Please see our Ad in the Business Re-
view, 855-1254.
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GREEN ACRES LAWN CARE
One time or yearly. Licensed, Insured.
Residential, Commercial. 742-6763.


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 334-3265, 8am-5pm.


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

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wwv i p 'perties.com 455 Atlantic Blvd.


GOLF CAPT STAFF Marsh Landing
Country Club hiring for Pan-time and lull-
rime Goil Can Stal. Apply In person
Tuesday - Saturday Call 285-6459 for di-
recuioris Drug testing/ EOE.
ROOFERS WANTED. good pay & bene-
Irts beaches area work, 568-8700 "
TAYLOR LANE & CO. "Is seamhng for
quality & experienced stylists to join our
growing team Beaches location. Stylists
mu rl be creative a learn player, and ed.-
S canon driven 4 starhons available lor rent
-.. , rompel.tive rare Call Pamli 591-1683.
OFFICE CLEANERS needed for cleaning
n. ghlly Will rain must have transportation
and pnone Call 273-2761

CNA
FULL-T.me. 3pm-llpm at Premiere Re-
Iremeni Community Health Center. Excel-
lenti enelt package, competitive wages,
good working environment. Applicallons
available at Fleer Landinr Secunty Gate.
One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
FL, Fa>. 10 19041246-9447; email to:
jobs'@fleetlanding.com EOE. Drug-Free
S Workplace
DEnTAL ASSISTANT Beaches .lull-lime.
.ome e. experience necessary Call or lax
isumre ?85-3128
LEARII THE trade become an Optical
Lab Technic.an, no experience necessary
STnri. opponyrin.v does not comearound ol-
S' n, act orn i! If you are dependable, eager
Io learn. and ready lor a rewarding career
we - will train you in Deang a vital team
member in conslruciing rhe World?s Best
Sunglasses. Apply in person at 76 Levy
Road Ailantic Beach, FL 32233.
HAIR STYLIST/ COLOR SPECIALIST
upscale Salon at Ine Beaches recently
:151 ti *wo sry1lls due 10 family crcumslan-
,. e We have a large amount of walk-in
cusiomer; as well as long lerm clients.
S Cijrr.nily we are unable to maintain serv-
ng corn This is a great opporlunlv 'to
bulla cillenlt and make money High com-
mrii"sion Ilexiole r ours and great atmos-
p.nire P-lsr..e anrllude and strong w.ork
rinic need apply Call 246-4700.
POrJTE VEDRA, AR Clerk position. Must
arae AR experience to include collections.
Requires l.ai learner and well organized
U.cil pay. erail resume to
kriorneira'cnrecom. EOE-


ST 'LIST NEEDED ror upscale salon &
:pa Kim 821 4845
SEEKING STRONG individual lor FT
(,u.aiorner Service DepI. In and outbound
S .:ali *:oo 1 problem solver, aboI , Ito mulli-
ta1k E. pror~n. experience and Dasic computer
5i.15 required. HS Diploma or GED equiv.
Fa.. resume to 904-899-4473.
S LMlT NEEDED lor busy chiro office. NMT
irain.ng -a must. Clinic exp preferred.Fax
resume o 904-645 3483.
* PRODUCTION EMPLOYEE *
lNeeded F.T days Ohly w/ a can- do atti-
lude Light manutacturing & assembly
SworK exp. a must Knowledge & use of
srrmall machinery 8 t1ols required Looking
. or ..:rrsion-. who can follow instructions
.larn at a 7 50 hr Call 249-3545 btwn
9m- in 3pm only Mon. Frl.
POOL MAINTENANCE
Fool tinaienance Clean driving record a
mutl 246-2455
JOIIRNrE','MArN TILE and stone installer.
.luil na,.e I-ols. Iruck. WC exemption. FT
Spo.'lion. top pay 476-3086.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
IAM , P.1 Line Cooks Kiichen Prep & UNIl-
Ir.ei. GooI money, casual atmosphere,
.er, bu's, greal people 10 Work wilh.
-i85 '-Ci139
* *
LAWN SERVICE looking for exp. help-
drs. Must be able to provide own trans-
portation. Great pay for right person.
Call 249-7883.
* . ' ; :.:.: , :.:' * i < .*

NUTRITIONAL SERVICES
COOK
Full-Time. 5 30am-2pm al Premiere Re-
.remrrenl Community Healin Center. Excel-
lenl cernehls.. good working environment
Ilursirn Home cooking experience de-
s&red Applicalions available at Fleet Land
ing Security Gale. One Fleet Landing
Biu. AtnAiitc Beach, FL.; Fax to 904-246
9447; email' to: jobs@fleetlandlng.com.
EOE/ Drug-free Workplace:


OTR driverS deserve more pay and more
norTmerime' $.48.mi - 1 year experience.,
More experience makes morel Home
weekends Run our Florida Regionl Heart-
land Express (8001441-4953 www.hean-
landexpress.com. ..
SILK.PRESSER, Ponte Vedra area, guar-
anteed hours. 285-5644..
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED for home. In
Neptune Beach, looking for a. person.
with own transportation to run errands,'
grocery shop, prepare some meals,
and clean house. This position is avall-
able from 10am-6pm,M-F, References
r required, Call 241-9042 to schedule an
interview.
MARKETING COORDINATOR- experi-
ence preferred, licensed realtor, fax re-
sume ' 904-249-2841 or emall:
monique01313@netscape.net.


GOLF COURSE Maintenance: Sevae
Marna Country Club FT /benefllts/ 401ik
Experience preferred. Goll privileges Call
246-4711, DFWP
DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers for Cen-
Iral Florida local and national OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker. no hazmal, no
pumps. Great benefits, competitive pay
and new equipment.. Need 2 years experi-
ence Call Bynum Transport lor your op-
portunity today. (800)741-7950.
ANDY'S POOLS, INC.
3 Pool Techs needed Experience preler-
red, but will train. Clean driving record
401k, neallh benefits. Please call
241-5811
SURVEY FIELD Personnel, PLS/Prolect
Manager & CAD Tech- . F/T, benefits.
EEO. Fax 407-926-8160, call 904-641-
0123 or email HRJobs@drmp com.
twww.drmp.com )
CAR HAULING. Soutneast ' Region
$1,100r/weekl Great home time! Compa-
ny paid benefits Paid Iraining for drivers
with minimum 1 year OTR expenence I
(9121571-9668 or (866)413.3074.
KUHN FLOWERS of Jacksonville is cur-
rently accepting applications .or perma-
nent full lime sales personnel lor our
Ponte Vedra location We offer competi-
rive salary, paid vacaiion & medical & den-
tal Insurance. we are a drug tree work-
Slace. Apply in person at 832-10 A1A
onn. Ponle Vedra Bch. No phone calls
please.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Bushong Insurance, one ol Ponre Vedra's
largest Property/ Casualty insurance Brok-
ers, desires adminislrallve assistant candi-
dates as well as'experienced CSR's. Join
in to Ihis excellent work environment wiln
opportunities lor 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.


HAIRSTYLIST OR Massager Facialist
wanted to rent spacious private Ioon Iri
Jax Beacn nair salon $150'wk 'Call
270-0997 ask lor Debi.
EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
OPERATOR
Cty 'o Atlanltc Beacn $12 18.,hr,
25958/yr. .beneills Performs 911 &
normal dispatch duties Shift work lo in-
clude weekends and holidays. ApplIca-
lions accepted until 9.'27'06. at 800 Sem.-
nole Rd.. Ail. Beach, FL 32233 Tdst dale
10/07i06. For more info visil www.coab.us
or call 19041247-5820. No smokers/ tobac-
co users. Drug testing conducted EOE
POLICE OFFICERS. Earn up to $20,000
bonus. Train to prolecl your yellow Sol-
diers and be a leader in the Army National
Guard 1-800-GO-GUARD com.oolice
CUSTOM Inrenor Trim Carpenter or help-
ers needed, any carpentry experience a
plus Beaches and Ponie Vedra areas
Call Tim 509-9071.
GLENMOOR, THE LIFE CARE RESORT
COMMUNITY at World Golf Village Is ac-
cepiing applications for Ine Ioliowing FT
position - Maintenance Tecn I. competitive
pay with excellent benefit package Call
904-201-7011 for iniormanron and appoint-
ment.
REMODELING'PUNCH CARPENTER
good pay S benefits, company
vehicle/phone, must have good driving re-
cord 568-8700.


EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our leaml II you can excel at Inside
sales & desire a last-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunry lor you You will join a Natlon-
alcompany & work in Ponle Vedra Beacn
Ideal candidate will have 1i- years experi-
ence inside sales. customer service, or
lelemarkeling. & excellent cormmunicaiioln
skills Ability to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. FT'PT, no
evenings or weekends. Fax resume:
1904285-001 0 or e-mail:
lim@mediakids.com

GREENFROG PEST PREVENTION
Join our team Our company has openings
-lor our service depth, good salary music
possess a good driving record. be cuslom-
er friendly We otter company vehicle.
paid vacation and holidays Leap over ti.
us Apply at 159 19th Sireel N. Jax
Beach. 242-9002.
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CUSTODIAL/ HOUSEKEEPER: FT. ben.
eflis' 401k Ilexible schedule Deiall orient-
ed individual. Starting pay negotiated. Golf
privileges Phone 904-246-4827 e-mail
accounting@selvamarnna com or fax re-
sume 1o 246-9121, DFWP &


Liquor. Store. Clerk, Bartender, Door,
Persori, Must be Oble to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149 .,
CHIRO CLINIC seeks a motivated, pois-
ed, indlv. w/personallty plus to serve as
Front Desk Asst. Heavy phones, data en-
try, appoints and malnialning patient files.
Excellent Inlerpersonal and communica-
tion skills a must Send resume to
pvbdr@Oellsouth net or fax 904-273-4607.
Approximately 35hrs per week.


DRIVER
Pan-lime In Recreation Department, Sun.
days and Holidays at a Premier Retire-
ment Community Must nave abillly to help
set-up and/ or breakdown lor special
events. Must nave C CDL Passenger En-
dorsement License. Applications at Fleet
Landing Security Gale, One Fleet Landing
Blvd.. Allantic Beach, FL, Far to 904-246-
9447; mail to jobs@fleetlanding.com
Website. Ileellanding corn EOEDDrug-lree
workplace.
WAREHOUSE WORKER driver licensee
req, must be able to lif 50-100 los , 30-.1)
hrs ,241-5558
HIRING EXPERIENCED coOKS & servers.
mm 1 year. pay top $$ Apply in person
Fionn MacCools 333 1l SI N Suite 150.

Driver - Jacksonville Terminal

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BE "'OUR Own Boss Worl in a casual at-
mosphere Booth renlal lor nair stylsist
Reasonable rent Call Dennis or Vickle Q
.333-5414


BUILDING MAINTENANCE
Ponle Vedra Company requires general
and HVAC nmainienance experience ror
ortice properties Mvust be good wiirn
tenants and PC literate. Up 10 $50k with
great beneflls, advancement and bonus
polenlial E-mail resume to
msarklsslan@cntre.com EOE
TAXI DRIVERS Wanled Clean driving re-
cord required Call Apil. 246,999
ADMIN/ BOOKEEPER posrion available
at Jax Beach Mongage Company Fax
resume and salary requirements 10
247-7-175.


Up to $420 plus+
per week!
(Within 5 weeks F/T)
* Paid Weekly
* Design your own daytime hours
* Work regular clients near your
home . -


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VENDING ROUTE: Lodal All Snacks all
drinks,(energy orlnks 1oot Great Equip-
r*ienl Greal Localions. Financed *ilh
$6500 down. (8771843-8726. Local AIN
Be02002-037
15 YEAR established Arlantic Beach Hair
Salon. '28,000. Call 248-9781


LOVING IN-HOME Child Care PVB Ages
6-weeks.and up HRS licensed 8 years
experience. Tammv 373-0404
LOVING. FULL Day Care openings lor
one and Inree year olds. Beaches
Academy Child Enricnmenr Center 1725
Penman Rd, 246.3885.


FREE PRESCHOOL lor 4 year olds- 3
nour. day. M-F. Slate Funded Beaches
Academy 1725 Penman Rd 246-3885.


ACTIVE NAINNY honest. dependable,
Iransportalon & references. 19-$11inr..
any area CPR & First Aid. F'T & P1T
260.4915 ..


DO YOU or someone you know need help
paying for prescription drugs? It you do
not nave RXdrug coverage you may
quality lor free medicine from pharmaceul-
ical companies delivered to your doctors
office. Call or have your doctor call
800-514-1449


COMPANION SITTING, bath'showers.
light hose keeping and more Slate lie
54683 477-7862 881-8524, 200-5858,
Kerryann, Tesa or Tracey.

PERSONAL ASSISTANT. II you need a.
companion Ior your elderly loved one or
help visiting a loved one in a nursing
Some or assisted living. Call.220-0129



IS STRESS ruining your reiationsh;ps'
Buy and Read Dianeiics byL. Ron Hub-
Sard. Call 1813)872-0722 or send $8 00 to
Dianet.cs. 3102 N Haoana Ave. Tampa.
FL 33607.
STOVE OVEN. $120 249-9196.
SOLID WOOD. Chrldcrart. Cnerry Sleigh
baty crib and three drawer.' comoo dres.-
ers changing able sel $475 241-3782
874-00QQ8.. I - "'0 > 0c -w
THE ONLY CERTIFIRD ORGANIC COS-
METICS in the world To older-
www seeagoodhealth.mionegroup com
Only $4 50 for any size order Lots of olh-
er products loo and n's all CERTIFIED
ORGANIC. 13521498-5616


JANITORIAL HELP needed Seeking PT
& FT cleaning crew to work in K-Mart Ip
Nepturie Beach. Cleaning and/ or floor
care exp. is a plus but not required.
Please call 1-800-860-8057 Job reference
#8884..
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ lips. Benefits
AvMil. Apply In person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
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-
tiable upon experience..Fax resume'to
241-3204.


Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available - Crw. Leaders wanted.
Perschel Broiher 'Services, Inc. 246-
0967. , . . ,
BIJS' ANIMAL nospiral is looking lor re.-
ceipliorni1. Siron,. customer ser.oce Skills
required. Appl, Poilre veilra Anrma Hos.
pilal, 28 Corona Rd, 285-7924.
GATOR IRRIGATION now r.hinna rrigalion
repair technician Mu-.lt have' minimum
Syr.s experience and ,.slid Florinda drive-rS
license..$14-15 per 6bur. Call 838-5885
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILL
LUNCH and Dinner Servers, HostlHost-
es-. You make good money working with
good0 people in a busy w*aleroni reslau-
rani. 265.0139
COtJSTRUCTIOCI HELPER Requires
r knowledge ,1 all phase. s ol consrruCion,
*,alld drivers ll:ern` e & overnlgnil ravel
Call ii246-890


DEMOLITION - GARAGE SALE
18th Ave. No. & Oceanfront:
large oceanfront home and apartment.
Sat. Sept, 30,- 8am.
everything to go, bring your tools.
cabinets, ceiling lans. i i ni iirure Io,,ls
pois & plants, palto lurniture, kll.:rien s3un.
lurnnure shelving. sinks. AiC unirs. W D
scuba gear. paintings tioves relrigera-
tors microwaves rolleil
MOVING SALE' Salurday, 7am-12pm
Furniture. planning bed, cloning, miSc
1210 2nd S N Ntlo,Eariv Birds Please


CAPTAINS BED antique pump orr.an
household items misc Fir. Sal 8dm-
2pm, 572 Seagale Ave.


DOWNSIZING MISC. SATURDAY Sept
23rs. 8AM-12PM.1032 M.mos-a Cove
Coun Easl


SATURDAY. 8-NOON 123 Solrno Cay
Circle LOIS r so l iu


CUL-DE-SAC GARAGE -ale' Furr.niure
and more' 2050 LaS BrszaS CI, on San Pa-
blo Rd rn San Paltr Creek de'veleoprr.r.n
Jax '32224 Sal . 923 8am-12:00pm
SATURDAi' 9 23 ir.u Saiurda. 9 30
11960 Ccornellus SI near Kernan 945.
0226
YARD SALE. Fr..- Sal 9am ril, 14'91j
Sal.iwooL Dr


HARBORTOWN MARINA deep walker
Doar il p lor renl. 4-lh S501l0 Sorn $600
INCLUDES POTABLE WATER. ELEC-
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER Cable and pnor,,-
service a-aiitable ,' sip Mc-ciie lud S.er.'.
ice & pump oul also 'avalable 463-2845
HOBIE-CAT 18FT, 1988 s. Dtlue all
equip & irailer rncl 1900i. call Warreri
571-5937


METAL ROOFING. Save . Buy direct ItIia'
irom manulaciurer. 20 colors in stock wln "
all accessories. Quick lurn around. Dei.v- 2006 SCOOTER 150,c.- 4 stroke 800 mi
ery available Toll iroe 18881393-0335 lsised $2995, sale $1495. 241-0361
BED- BRAND namne queer, set. 2005 SUZUKI GSXR 600 blue 3 551m..
new. w/warranty $129. Can deliver asking $5000. 246-7587 191t?337-r.65
1904.858-9350 .
WOLFF TANNING beds. Buy Direcl and M,'
save' Full body units Irom $22 a month 2001 CHEVROLET Subturban lully load-
Free color calalog Call today 1800t842- ed, side-.1eps, 75 000 miles immaculate.
1305. www np elslan com '. 3 seis ol seats AC ironi and back Call
ci Cr r CTIr l Irn" ' i..,mnrl .mld ork 422-1886 :


Sgreatclean, $60,cash, 249-5135.
APPLIANCES: KENMORE Range, self-
cleaning, glass top, .almond, like new
$250. ' Heavy-dui~ Washer & Dryer'
$150ea. Will delivered. Guarantee.
874-1747. .
CUSTOM STAINED glass windows. etc
S241-5666


UBA TUBA Granite, 1 inch thick (black'
w/pearl). Approximately 60sf ideal lor
kitchen or baln counler-lops or outdoor
use Already polished 1904)249-9122
FILL DIRT- Cheapl Dig ponds free lor
dir.Cal 497-9666.
AT&T PARTNER phone system 5 phones
installed for $899 249-8877
'PELICAN STAINED glass window. $500.
241-5666. , ., ,
JAGUAR TICKETS, Jaguar Tickets; Jagu-
ar Tclketslll Call 246-4332 or 625-6442.
DiNINGr TABLE & cream colored bulfet. Ig
natural wood table on cream colored ped-
estal, 6 chairs $600 249-5487
4 TWIN Size mattress/ boxes. 2 sets for
$40ea. 2 sets for $75ea. All clean beds.
Can drliovr AR24-15i2.


99 HONDA Accord EX v6 - Loaded wiev-
ery option. 10 Disc Changer. 85K miles,
Pristine c6nd $10K neg 904i998-3065
leave message
2006 MERCEDES SLK 350
Silver wj black interior, hard top converti-
ble, lully loaded, AT. 9,200mi., $49,60U
Call 571-9821. '


1977 LINCOLN Conlinenlal runs OK. and
1978 Chevy Nova, runs OK, $250 each
:cash 881-9505
1986 FORD Bronco, 4DW new ires, 5
speed, runs good, $800. 1995 Isuzu Ro
deo 4WD, auto. runs greal Imniusl .eel
$1200 firm. 504-3202
2006 SOLARA convertible SLE. loaded
aalher 7000 mules. lull 7year!100K war.
ranry. $27,000 241-0927
98 FORD Taurus SE looks good runs
good.$2650, 280-7297 call aher 3 pm
1996 CORVETTE, 6 sped LP4, great
mechanically. runs & dnves like a Corvette
should, 88k mles, . $12000.
(904)616-6008


S. 83 BUICK Regal e>'c ccond. Icw rr.ls
BED- KING manress set, $289 Can de ' lois or e liver 1904391-0015. mrre derlals 223-9.1 234-2692


BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam marlress & boxspring. new In
plastic w.'warranty. $379 Must sell.
1904)858-9350
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT for sale Call
223-6733


1999 TOYOTA Avalon XLS. while 50,K
mi., exc condo $9000 246-3091.
1998 SATURN SL2, immaculate condi-
tion, only 62K miles, aulo irans, power
windows, locks, cruise new Ire-, $4700
OBO. 887-9030


WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer $75.'ea 2005 FORD FOCUS ZX5. laciory warren.
S30..day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-81;3. ty SES featJres+. AT 6 d'CD. alloys. ask-
992-1470 ". . ' , ' ing $10,250 OBO, 221-5976.


AIR PURIFIER as advenised by Dr. Laura
,on'radio show. Great health benefits Free
3-day trial..No obligations. 241-2112.
FREE DIABETIC supplies Medicare pa-
tientsl Call Us Toll Free (866)294-3476
and receive a free meters Am-Med Quality
Diabetic Supplies


S1996'TOYOTA Avalon, immaculate condi-
tion; only 64k miles, power windows/
locks, cruise, sun roof, new tires, $6700
offer, 887-9030.
2004 TOYOTA 4Runner Limited. 4x4, V8,
loaded, titanium silver, .55k miles, very
particular owner. $25,000. 904-338-4046:


6 PIECE Bedroom Set includes queen 2003. BMW 5301, 41k mi., sports pkg, pre-
mattress & box, new still in boxes. $499. mium pkg, special order paint & more.
- Can deliver. 858-9350. . 'New tires. $29,900. (904)571-4115.


KENMORE DISHWASHER Ultra-Wash.
From china to pots and pans, black/ white,
good condition $100. GE Refrigerator,
white, good condition, clean $100.
246-0778.


COMFORTABLE 3 seat sofa, excellent
condition, beige & taupe, $650, 241-2820.
BABY STUFF. Exersaucer, Walker, Pak n
Play, 2 Strollers, Wipe Warmer, misc.
* $150 for all. 285-7226.
WHITE ALUMINUM 4x8 truck topper,
truck floor mats, $100 for all. 705-4471.
STEREO TECHNICS, surround sound, 5
speakers, CD, black/glass cabinet, digital
Studio, $145, 241-9671.
OFFICE DESK & supplies, Gameboy DS
+game, two air compressors, tools
923-8482.
MAYTAG S/S refrigerator, ice & water
service, 25.5cf,, $700. 249-3523.
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT ring, 1.25ct.,
$1500. 993-1118.


2003 BMW 325CI (Black) convertible.
54,000 miles, leather, excellent condition.
$28,000. 662-4396.
2000 NISSAN Sentra SE- silver, 4 door,
alloys, 5-speed, new tires, original owner,
79k miles, $5800, (904)273-8909,
(904)704-8360.

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FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER in holistic, internal medical of-
fice. Full /part time secretarial, clerical,
and support of M.D - a unique setting. Ex-.
perience.required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
lations. Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references; ,no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Arts Center,
FAX: (904)246-3778.
BRUCCI'S PIZZA in Ponte Vedra hiring
.Prep Cooks and Waitstaff. Call Bruce at
280-7677 or apply in person.
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately.
Flexible hours; no weekends, excellent
pay. Transportation & phone required.
591-5901,514-1188.
EXPERIENCED F/T help needed for kitch-
en and waitstaff. Please apply at Gene's
Seafood Restaurant. 1249 Penman Rd.


DRIVER: YOU want it; we have it! Solo,
teams, owner operators, company drivers,
students, recent grads, regional, dedicat-
ed, long haul. Van, flatbed. Must be 21.
CRST Career Center. (800)940-2778.
www.drivefordrst.c6m


INK AND Toner Refill in Beaches area.
High profits, Unlapped potential Epsy to
operate 247.3815
SUCCESSFUL MARINE consiruclion
business asses lor sale Barge w Iraller
all tools Oi,,ner relocaling 285-21010.
ALL CASH candy [oule Do you earn
$800day? 30 machines, Iree candy All
lor ,9995 r888i629-9968 BO2000033.
Call us We will noi be undersoldl


ALL THINGS MUST GOt Sawgrass.
Cell 333'6301. Furniture: armoire, marble-
top coffee table, dining table w/6 chairs.
Sunroom tile-top table w/4 chairs, dress-
ers, artwork, area rugs, comforters, lamps,
drapery, much more;



FREE TO good home, old upright piano.
Inside needs some work. 285-4993.
FENDER JAZZ bass, vintage white, pea-
vey 300 watt base amp used one time
$1000 for both 246-3926, 412-4341.


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


IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com - .
WANTED TO buy dog grooming equip
menL.suppliies 945 5-396


MOVING SALE' Cloin-i muSic. c:olleicl
bies, sun. lumnilure. Friday. Sailura\.
Eam-2pm, 416 5ihA% e S
MOVING' SALE! Antique and comtempory:
furniture, . clothing, glassware, china,
books, tools, misc. Saluroay, earm-2prn.
212 !33rd Ave. S.
KID'S TOYS. Barbie sleep andem Dtke
househ-cld lnems. and lois more. 3Sa. dam-
1pm, CORNER 9TH AVE. NO. & 6TH ST.
NO.


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