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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: October 11, 2006
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MIDWEEK EDITION
OCTOBER 11, 2006


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TheBEACHES


Vol. 44, No. 32


LEADER


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


Home Depot workshop
will not be scheduled
FROM ST-IAFF
The Jacksonville Beach City Council will
not hold a workshop to hammer out the
details of a proposed amendment to allow
Home Depot to occupy the fdrner KMart
space in South Beach Regional Shopping
Center, Mayor Fland Sharp said Thesday.
Councilor Penny Christian broached the
idea of a workshop at the Oct. 2 City
Council meeting after numerous sugges-
tions were offered during the council's dis-
cussion on the amendment of the center's
1989 Planned Unit Development agree-
ment.
The final public hearing will be held at 7
p.m. Monday, Oct. 16 at City Hall.
If approved, Sharp said the council will
consider placing conditions in the PUD
amendment to regulate the type of wall
needed as a sound buffer, hours for load-
ing and unloading, landscaping require-
ments and use of the backup signal on.
heavy trucks.

Transient is

arrested after

baby found

alone in tar
FROM ST-IFF
A .27-vear-old homeless woman was
arrested Oct. 5 and charge with misde-
meanor, child neglect after Jacksonville
Beach police reportedly discovered her
infant son alone in a vehicle.
A 1-year-old boy was found strapped Into
a car seat in the rear of the car, wearing a
urine-poaked diaper that. had. saturfag. ...
through his clothes and socks,-policersjd: .----
The woman's boyfriend, who is 20 and
also a transient, told police that the child is
often left alone in the car but he thought it
was okay because the baby was always
strapped into his seat, the report said.
See BABY, A-3


. . . ... ... . .

Photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Donne Ordile.and her son take part in a Sukkot ceremony at Adventure Landing,
which different Jewish groups visited Monday. "We gather together in unity," Rabbi
Nochum Kurinsky of Chabad @ the Beaches said of the ceremony. "That's the cus-
tom, making a blessing of uniting all different people."


River rules to


cost Beaches


cities millions


FROM STAFF
Tighter standards for waste-
water discharge will cost each of
the Beach cities millions over the
next two years.
Some of the costs associated
with reducing the amount of
nitrogen in the St. Johns River
will be borne by grants from the
St. Johns River Water
Management District.
The remaining costs will be up
to the cities and work on waste-
water plants must be at least
started within 24 months,
according to district spokesman
Teresa Monson.
The new lmlits are part of the
Lower St. Johns River Total
Maximtun Daily Load TNfDLi
legislation, passed by the state
Department of Environmental
Protection and vetted by the fed-
eral Enmironmental Protection
Agency..
In Atlantic Beach, sewer utility
rates will go up next year,
beyond the normal inflationary
increase, to help pay debt service
on a future bond issue of at least
$6.2 million - needed to
improve the city's wastewater
treatment plant to meet the new
standards, City Manager Jim
Hanson said this week..
The SjRW\VD will pi'dvide'$2
million to Atlantic Beach for
reuse of wastewater for irrigation
and $12 million to Jacksonville
Beach for treatment plant work.
There are no district funds bud-
geted for Neptune Beach,
M0onson said.
The exact costs of cd'mplying,
with the new discharge limits are
still being sorted out in Neptune
and Jacksonville beaches.
The estimate for improving


Neptune Beach's plant to
remove nitrogen came in at $2.6
million and $400,000 for annual
operating costs, Neptune Beach
public works director Leon
Smith said..
Jacksonville Beach is still
determining its costs and has
said federal funding may help
offset some of the costs associat-
ed with removing excess nitro-
gen from wastewater discharge
Hanson said the initial cost of
reducing nitrogen discharge
could total even higher than
$6.2 million if tougher standards
are adopted, as some environ-
mentalists have proposed.
The new TMDL limits are
designed to clean up the river
and eliminate pollution.
Hanson said when people
hear about pollution in the river,
it is often assumed that some big
company is to blame.
"The polluters are us. Our
wastewater plants are putting
pollution [in the water]. There
will be a connection between
cleaning up the river and the
sewer rates they pay," Hanson
said.
In Atlantic Beach, general cap-
ital improvements to the city
sewer system are also needed to
replace cracked pipes that are
allowing "significant amounts"
of groundwater and rainwater to
enter the city's sewer system.
In Atlantic Beach, the total
cost for the sewer system capi-
tal improvements presented in
a 2006 Sewer Master Plan
Update is projected to be $26
million, phased in over the
next 10 years, according to a
report done for the city by a
private firm.


Subscribe to The Beaches Leader
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Call 249-9033 or stop by the office
1114 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32250


JB budget shows

by LIZA MITCHELL
STEFF WRITER
A number of capital projects including the
widening of Beach Boulevard and the realign-
ment of Penman Road are among the items out-
lined in the Jacksonville Beach budget for this
fiscal year.
The City Council Sept. 11 approved an oper-
ating budget of $159,850,220 for the 2007 fiscal
year which began Oct. 1.
A general fund of $18,632,383 is included in
the overall budget. The general fund does not
include all transfers and other items, said City
Manager George Forbes. Electric department
transactions constitute the bulk of the city's over-
all budget.
Jacksonville Beach has a population of
approximately 22,000.
The biggest departmental increase in the
budget is for the Planning and Development


slight decrease

Department, which will see overall expenditures
increase nearly 67 percent.
Planning Director Steve Lindorff said that the
increase is attributable' to tax increment fund
contributions going up. Those funds, collected
in the redevelopment areas, are then usedby the
department for debt service and capital
improvements.
"That's kind of a raw number. When it gets
transferred out to debt service it's a little bit of a
misnomer, but it's basically all budgeted for
that," Lindorff said. He noted that departmental
costs and salaries are largely unchanged.
City Manager George Forbes said in preparing
the budgets, the goal of each department is to
minimize the need for future debt through long-
term financial planning.
See JB BUDGET, A-3


JACKSONVILLE BEACH CITY BUDGET


Dept.*


05-06


Executive and Legislative
Finance
Planning and Development.
Parks and Recreation
Police Department
Fire Department
Public Works
Beaches Energy Services
Human Resources
Non-Departmental
Total Expenditures


$2,267,318'
$4,096,432
$4,786,398
$6,005,529
$7,717,505
$3,287,650


06-07


$1,884,808
$4,625,396
$7,990,635
.$5,897,628

$7,740,930
$3,288,244


$18,038,620 $16,137,970
$102,094,116 $96,887,986


$2,020,944
$23,903,927


$2,151,618
$12,296,595


(- /+)


--16.9 %
+12.9 %
+66.9%

-1.80 '%
+0.30 %
0.00 %
-10.5 %
-5.10 %
+6.50 %
-48.6 %


$174,218,439 $159,850,220 -8.80 %


* All information from City of Jacksonville Beach's 2008-2007 budget

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Classified ................B-4 Police Beat ..............A-3 irh,
Education ..............A-10 Sports ..............B-I BEAC H E S r EAD ER
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Photo by CHUCK ADAMS


Sixth graders Lindsey Grubbs, with her monkey, Lixie, and Abby Gist, with her pet, Eyore,
take part in a Blessing of the Animals Oct. 6 at Beaches Episcopal School. The blessings,
given to all forms of pets, were administered by Beaches Episcopal Church clergy Jack
Miller, Lynne Dukes, Rector Penny Pfab and David Jeffery.


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. Wednesday
Partly Cloudy
High: 83 Low: 70

, j . Thursday
., IPartly Cloudy
, High: ,83 Low: 66
Friday
Partly Cloudy
High: 77 Low: 56

Saturday
Sunny
High: 75 Low: 58

% . Sunday
Mostly Sunny
High: 78 Low: 66


Fiv Da LcalFoecat eaces'Alana Lst ee


Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday


High Low Rainfall
86 64, 0.00"
86 65 0.00"
85 61 0.00"
86 65 0.00"
90 60 0.00"
76 62 0.00"
77 54 0.00"


Rainfall for the week ....I.......................0.00"
Normal Rainfall for the Week* ............. 1.22"
Departure from Normal for the Week ...-1.22.''

Rainfall for the Year............. ................32.78"
Normal Rainfall for'the Year* ...............45.04"
Departure from Normal for the Year ...-12.26"
* Normals for Jacksonville Beach


SIl/Mo Char.Thi.Wee


Last
10/13


New
10/22


Day
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday ,
SunwdaN
Monday
Tuesday


Sunrise
7:25 a.m.
7:25 a.m.
7:26 a.m.
7:27 a.m.
7:27 a.m.
7:28 a.m.
7:29 a.m.


Sunset Moonrise Moonset
6:59 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 12:33 p.m. ', ' First


6:58 p.m.
6:57 p.m.
6:56 p.m.
6:55 p.m.
6:54 p.m.
6:53 p.m.


11:29 p.m. 1:33 p.m. J
No Rise 2:24 p.m.
12:30 a.m. 3:08 p.m.
1:31 a.m. 3:44 p.m. '3'
2:29a.m. 4:15 p.m.
3:25 a.m. 4:43 p.m.


10/29


Main Foeat ilsThsWe


Wednesday , ,.....
Wind: SW 5-10 kts Ss: 2-3 ft
Thursday
.Wind: SW 10-15 kts Seas: 2-3 fi
Friday
_Wind: NW 15 kts Sea: 2-4 ft
Saturday
_i)nd: NE 10-15 kis Seas: 2-3 ft
Sunday
_Wind: SE 10 kis Seas: 2-3 ft


Monday ..81*
Tuesday . .81�
Wednesday 82�
Thursday . .82�


Friday ... .810
Saturday . .80'
Sunday .. .780
FORECASTS BY:
ACCESSWEATHER.CONI


Jacksonville Beach


5:44 am
6:39 am
7:38 am
8:41 am
9:43 am
10:41 ain
11:35 am


None
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1:57 pm
2:54'pm
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4:48 pm
5:37 pm


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6:34 pm
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8.36 pm
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10:29 pm
11:IS pm
None


Pablo Creek Entrance


Day
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue


High
12:42 am
1:36 am
2:34 am
3:36 am
4:40 am
5:40 am
6:33 am


Low
6:24 am
7:23 am
8:29 am
9:34 am
10:35 am
11:32 am
12:10 am


High
1:13 pm
2:10 pm
3 10pm
4:13 pm
5:13 pm
6:06 pm
6:52 pm


LOW"
7:24 pm
8:27 pm
9:30 pm
10:28 pm
11:21 pm
None
12:24 pm


Wed'
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
rue


High
12-13 arm
1:07 am
2:05 am
3:07 am
4:11 am
5:11 am
6-04 am


Mayport

5:51 am 12:44 pm
6:50 am 1.41 pm
7:56 am 2.-11 pm
,9.01 am 3.44 pm
10:02 am -4:44 pm
10:59 am 5:37 pm
11:51 am 6-23 pm


6:51 pm
7:54 pm
8.57 pm
9:55 pm
10:48 pm
11.37 pm
None


Palm Valley


High
2:26 am
3.1' am
4:11 am
5:07 am
6-07 am
8'07 am
8:03 am


Lo".
7-59 am
8 54 am
.9.53 am
10:56 am
11:58 am
12:44 am
1:33 am


High
2.56 pm
3:50 pm
4:46 pm
5:43 pm
6.42 pm
7:37 pm
8:26 pm


Low
8:49 pm
9:49 pm
10:51 pm
11:50pm
None
12-56 pm
1:50 pm


AROUND THE BEACHES


Flu shots offered
The St. Johns County
Council on Aging is offering flu
shots at the Palm Valley
Community Center 12:30 p.m.
to 3:30 p.m. Oct. 12.
The cost is $25, but the shot
is free with Medicare Part Rcard
and picture ID or with Aetna
insurance card and picture ID.
A pneumonia shot is $40.

Fire house has event
A community open house
will be held 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 14, at fire Station
10 in Ponte Vedra Beach off
State Road A1A.
Tha free eveituis hosted'qby
the St. Johns County Fire-
Rescue/Ponte Vedra Volunteer
Fire Department.
All ages are welcometo the
open house, which will feature
Patches the fire-fighting robot,
demonstrations of a fire extin-
guisher and a police dog, Life
Flight helicopter tours, a fire
truck slide, a ladder truck and
complimentary hot dogs, cake
and refreshments.

Writers seminar set
A free mini-seminar on
becoming a' published author
will be held from 1 p.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at
Borders Books and Music, 8801
Southside Blvd., Suite 10.
Frank Gromling's Nobody
Ever Told Me It's That Difficult: 4
The Truth about How to
Become a Published Author will
cover writing for publications
major types of publishing, how
to submit, and what publishers
expect.
Additional presentations will-
include Research and Fact-
Checking with Kay Day,
Developing a Fictional
Character with Victor DiGenti
and Effective English with,
Michele Leavitt.
Each speaker will share expe-
riences in writing and publish-
ing followed by a question and
answer session.
This event is open to the pub-'
lic. For more information call
Borders Books and Music at .
519-6500.

Walk like an Egyptian
" This month the Cummer
Museum of Art & Gardens"
opens the Egyptian Lecture
Series, which explores the art,
literature, mythology and sci-
ence of ancient Egypt.
One of the lectures,I
Uncovering Egypts Treasures,
Napoleon to the Present, will
be held at 7 p.m., Nov. 8, at the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach, 50 Executive Way.
The lecture series, which will'
run through January, is
designed to coincide with the
opening of Temples and
Tombs: Treasures of Egyptian'
Art from the British Museum,
which runs from, Dec. 22 to
March 18. ,
Int partnership with.
Jacksonville University, The
Cummer will present six lec-
tures that will be' held in ven-
ues throughout the city.'
Individual lectures are, $5
and the entire series of 'six lec-
tures is'$25.; ' '
For more information and to
purchase tickets, call 355-0630.


Young ladies program
offered at YMCA
A day devoted to young
women, ages 11-16, will be
offered at the Winston Family
YMCA on Saturday, Oct. 21
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Teens
can participate in a program
that provides structure, fun,
education and self exploring.
Sessions are led by strong, pos-
itive, female role models pro-
viding programs that .promote
character development, self-
determination, social develop-
ment and encourage positive
life choices. Cost is $30 for
� J dpembe~,,,br p or, pr-
arnticitpan an.ci
Al . ,,,rT.. I ,.,, I . n aL,c,, .
assistance is avaiable to quali-
fled applicants. Lunch is pro-
vided. Register at any First
Coast YMCA. For more infor-
mation, contact Kristen Bardes
at 543-9622.

Fletcher '66 to reunite
The Fletcher High School
Class of 1966 will hold its
reunion Oct. 20 and 21 at the
Homestead Restaurant and
Selva Marina Country Club.
for information call Steve at
249-2105.

Carrier is in sights
of Mayport Station
Congressman Ander
Crenshaw termed this week's,
christening of the "Navy's
newest aircraft carrier, the
George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) as
chance to continue efforts to
have the ship homeported at
Mayport naval Station.
Crenshaw, who attended the
christening as a guest of the
Bush family, said "the christen-
ing of the George H.WV. Bush
will 0e a perfect opportunity
for Governor Bush and I to
continue our push to home-
port our nation's newest air-
craft carrier in Mayport."
Naval Station Mayport began
the process of becoming a
nuclear homeport capable in
January of this year when the
Environmental Impact
Statement was started. The
ULSS George H.WV. Bush (C\N-
77) is expected to join the U.S.
Navy's fleet early 2009.
Though the christening is
often associated with the ship's
launching, due to the complex-
it' of launching a ship such as
an aircraft carrier, the two
events may be separated by
months.

Energy tax holiday ends
A sales tax holiday for the
purchase of energy efficient
products 'will ' continue
through today. Floridians can
purchase, certain -energy effi-
cient appliances' and products
free of sales tax. There is no
sales tax on approved products
and appliances for up to'
$1,500. Qualifying energy effi-,
dcient products include a dish-
washer, clothes washer, air con-
ditioner, ceiling fanr, incandes-
cent or fluorescent light bulb,
dehumidifier, programmable
thermostat, or refrigerator that
meets, all requirements of the
ENERGY STAR program.


Photo by JENNIFER KNOECHEL
Laura Goldberg with her dog Jazzy of Disc connected canines performs for the families
gathered Saturday at Atlantic Beach's Camp Out Under the Stars.





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POLICE BEAT


PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A 36-year old Clay County
woman reported a burglary to a
vehicle while it was parked at
the south parking lot of the
Guana reserve that occurred
Sunday afternoon.
According to a report filed by
Deputy .Michael Butler, entry
was gained by prying open a
window. Reported stolen were a
woman's purse containing
assorted credit and ID cards,
four gift cards, prescription
medication, nearly $500 in cash
and several articles of jewelry.
Total value stolen was $13,527.

A red Chevrolet Avalanche
that was reported stolen from
Fernandina Beach was found in
a ditch at Palm Valley Road and
Nature's Way on Thursday,
according to police.
The vehicle was found outside
the Woodlands subdivision,'
where a resident of the 100
block discovered that his truck
had been stolen and it had been
involved in a deadly crash in
Atlantic 'Beach early Thursday
morning.
The two men who died in the
crash were identified' Saturday
by, the, Atlantic Beach Police
Department.
The driver was John David
Griffin, 35, of Jacksonville, and
the passenger was Danny Lee
Basye, 33, also of Jacksonville,
police said.

A 47-year-old Ponte Vedra
woman reported Oct. 3 that
more-than $1,000 in unautho-
rized activity had been charged
against her account using 'her
debit card. She told deputies the
purchases were made online.

ATLANTIC BEACH
A four-wheeler purchased in
Georgia with a fraudulent check
� ; was recovered Sept. 29 after
police received a report of a man


recklessly driving an ATV in the
1600 block of Mayport Road.
* * *
Battery was reported Sept. 29
in the 900 block of Atlantic
Blvd. The victim told police
that she was -attacked at 3 a.m.
by four unknown men behind a
grocery store. The woman said
the men hit her several times,
pushed her to the ground and
hit her in the back with a wood-
en club. Two of the men then
held her down while the other
two removed her clothes. Police
said the victim was not sexually
assaulted', and was able to
escape, returning later to
retrieve her. clothing. The sus-
pects were all 30 to 40 years old
and appeared to be homeless,
according to a police report.

David Robert Garmon, 43, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested Sept.
30 and charged with an 'active
warrant for possession and sale
of a controlled substance in the
1800 block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.

Robbery was reported Sept. 30
in the 300 block of. Mayport
Road. .The victim told police
that 'the suspect stole his bike at
gun point,.' threatened to kill
him and threw the bike into a
storage shed. ,

A suspicious fire was reported
Oct. 1 in the .first block of
Begonia Street, A fire was
thought to be burning near a
junkyard off West 6th Street but
upon closer investigation it wds
determined to be a dock burn-
ing at Tide View Park. A trash
can on the dock was the source
of the fire.

A pedestrian was struck by a
.vehicle Oct. 2 along 11th
Street., The victim was wearing
headphones when he stepped
out in front of the car driven by


a 17-year-old boy, police report-
ed. The man was transported to
the hospital for treatment and
issued a citation for walking
into the path of a moving vehi-
cle, police said'.
* * *
Samantha Lakisha Houston,
30, of Atlantic Beach was arrest-
ed Oct. 1 and charged with
aggravated batten'ry with a deadly
weapon in the 100 block of
Ardella Road, according to a
police report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
A 23-year-old woman report-
ed a case of indecent exposure
Oct. 9 at the foot of Oleander
Street.

Stephen Shane Prevatt, 37, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct. 9
and charged with active war-
rants for giving false dealing in
stolen property, verification of
ownership of pawned items and
burglary/conveyance to an
unoccupied structure during a
traffic stop in the 2100 block of
Florida Blvd.; according to a
police report.

Steven Thomas Thorton, 34,
of Jackson�ille was arrested Oct.
8 and charged with driving with
a suspended or revoked license
and -attempting to flee 'and.
elude police in the 1900 block of
Third Street, according to a
police-report.

Criminal mischief was report-
ed Oct. 7 in the .100 block of
Lower North Street..

Brandon Paul McCrory, 23, of
Neptune Beach was arrested
Oct., 4. and charged with strong
arm robbery in the 200 block of
Third Street,.police said.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH
John Kenneth Wright Davis,
42, of Jacksonville was arrested


JB budget:

Cont. from A-I' days. ,' fund a significant portion of the
By building and maintaining The Kirkland Cemetery will project.
fund balances to total three be expanded and will include a The city has implemented a
months operating expenditures, new concrete block wall, gazebo five-year Capital Improvement
Forbes said the city is able to and pavers. . Plan to include the requests
fund- new capital purchases - Other parks related wqrk from all departments for land
Without accumulating addition- includes repairs to the golf acquisition, buildings, improve-
al debt. course, Wmngate Park entrance ments, equipment and vehicles
Other planned capital sign and Carver Center.. ' at a minimum cost of $25,000
improvement projects include Several capital improvement through 2011.
. ark imprvbineiits, uttiltyJlli-pfjects are also slaed',-f6t" 'The -total 'CIP budget.-is
convprsion'-.;.;and ..i ipro6~8 Skk les Energy,Seti s tcoD- .44;4,~41,187 and, includes .the
stormwater capabilities. version project in south electric,, finance, public safety,
* New playground equipment, Jacksonville Beach and Neptune parks and recreation and public
irrigation system and a new Beach, "will be everything works departments with
ground monument sign will underground east of 3id Street,". $10,711,3,17 allotted for 2007.
complete the upgrades to utilities director Don Ouchley The largest funding decrease
Gonzales Park within 90 days.' A said. is identified in non-departmen-.
split rail fence and sidewalk sys- An underground feeder proj- tal costs which went down by.
, tem are in place. ect will also run from the Guana $11,607,332. 'In, 2006,,the budg,
Worn playground equipment Substation' to the Marriott' at 'et for these items" was
will also be replaced at Tall Pines Sawgrass. Cost is estimated 'at $23,903,927. This year, rion
Park at 9th Avenue North and $400,000, departmental -expenses total
fall zone safety material will be Other utility projects include $12,296,595, ,
installed. citywide overhead line'upgrades City services'are funded from
A new community center, and the installation of protec- a variety."of sources (including
parks and recreation administra- tive netting' at the substation property taxes, lOcal' option
tion building, sand volleyball near the city's golf course to stop taxes, state shared revenues and
court with spectator seating and balls from damaging the equip- utility rates.
skateboard park will complete ment. The current ad valorem tax
the final phase of Construction A $100,000 matching federal rate is 3.9071 mills per thousand
at South Beach Park. grant will be used to install a dollars of .'property value. The
The park will keep the full-size storm water pump. station in rate ,has- remained the same
court. , flood prone area. of 2nd Street siqce 1995- aid is .5719 mills
A bulkhead will be installed at North between 6th and 9th lorer than the 1986 rate when
Huguenot Park behind the ten- Avenue North. ' . .. Jacksonville Beach property
nis courts to stop erosion. Work Monies from the Community owners paid a millage rate of
is scheduled to begin in 120 Redevelopment Agency' will 4.4790.




Looser FAR limit is adopted in AB


by JFFFRFY MANTON
S STAFF WRITER '
The Atlantic Beach City
Commission Monday loosened
the restrictions on new home
construction in the Old Atlantic
Beach neighborhood, changing
a formula within the controver-
sial "community character"
ordinance to allow for slightly
larger structures.
Three of the five commission-
ers at the meeting agreed that
the change from a .54 Floor Area
Ratio (FAR) to .60 FAR was a
"middle ground" between the
residents in the community rep-
resenting the "extreme" sides of
the issue. The .60 FAR essential-
ly limits the total counted
square footage of new structures
in the neighborhood to no more
than 60 percent of its lot size.
And the difference between it
and the .54 FAR is about 400
square feet more on a 6,500-
square-foot lot.
"We're not going to make
either extreme satisfied. What is
important is to find a medium, a
middle ground," said Mayor
Don Wolfson, who two weeks
ago proposed the increase in
FAR.
Wolfson, who voted for the
ordinance - and its .54 FAR -
when it was approved Sept. 11,
said he struggled with the fact
that the .54 FAR would not have
allowed many existing "desir-
able" homes in the neighbor-


hood to be built. He specifically
referred 'to four homes along
Ocean Boulevard, of which only
one could be build under the .54
FAR requirement.
"It would eliminate 75 per-
cent of the homes that [many]
say are desirable ...," Wolfson
said.
'"A .60 [FAR] would allow
three of the four [homes] to be
built rather than one of them to
be built [with the .54 FAR]."
The .ordinance is aimed at
limiting the size of new con-
struction, in the Old Atlantic
Beach neighborhood to preserve
the area's character by prevent-
ing large, overbearing homes
from being built.
The ordinance has created
much controversy in the city
between those residents who
say it is needed to preserve the
neighborhood and those who
say its a violation of. private
property rights. Residents and
city officials have spent many),
hours at numerous meetings
debating the issue, which has
been ongoing for over a year.
When the commission passed
the measure last month most
thought the issue was over with.
However, two weeks ago
Wolfson surprised many by
invoking a seldom-used law in
government which allows a
commissioner on the prevailing
side of a vote to bring the issue
back for reconsideration.


Wolfson's action did not sit
well with staunch supporters of
the ordinance in the conmmuni-
ty and on the commission.
I don't like this idea ... It [the
ordinance] is already in place. It
seems like we're backtracking,"
resident Jane Witzka said
Monday before the commission
approved the change in FAR.
"That's a might' big house on
a might)' small lot."
Commissioner Jamie Fletcher,
who along with Cormnissioner
Sylvia Simmons Monday voted
against the FAR change, said the
.60 FAR is not a good compro-
mise.
'"It's a lawyers compromise
where nobody is happy,"
Fletcher said.
But some of those who have
spoken out against the ordi-
nance In recent months were
pleased with Monday's decision,
"Just because an ordinance
has been passed doesn't mean
that it's right and that it should-
n't be changed," said Lindley
Tolbert, one of the leaders of
"Save Atlantic Beach," a local
group of residents protesting the
restrictions.
After the vote, 'Wolfson
acknowledged the divisiveness
that the issue has caused in the
community.
"This has been very difficult
for all of us in the city," he said.
"But we have to move on."


Oct. 3 and charged with driving
with a suspended or revoked
license as a habitual traffic
offender in the 700 block of
Shetter Ave., according to a
police report. Davis pulled his
vehicle in front of a police cruis-
er, causing the officer to brake to
avoid hitting him and he also
ran a stop sign before he was
pulled over and arrested, police
said.

Auto burglary was reported
Oct. 9 in the 6th Ave. N. end-
zone. The victim told police that
he placed his keys in a tire well
while he went surfing. When he
returned to his vehicle, he
noticed that his wallet, $60 cash
and a cell phone were missing.
* * *
Attempted strong armed rob-
bery was reported Oct. 10 in the
1500 block of Beach Proper N. A
43-year-old California man in
town for a wedding told police
that he went for a walk on the
beach in front 'of his hotel
between midnight and.' 2 a.m.
He was approached by an
unknown male suspect who
asked-for a cigarette. The suspect
stuck the victim in the back of
the head.with his hand when he
went to get him a cigarette. The
victim sustained a severe lacera-
tion to his upper lip and a
minor cut on his lower lip.' The
suspect fled after unsuccessfully
. trying to steal the victim's wallet
and ring. After returning to his
hotel room, the victim asked his
sister to drive him to the hospi-
tal for treatment.
* **.
Grand'theft was reported Oct.
9 in the 1000 block of 8th Ave.
N. Tools valued at $300 and a
credit card were stolen.

Relta Jeremine Carmichael,
25; of Atlantic Beach was arrest-
ed Oct. 6 and charged with pos-
session of cocaine in the first
block of '3rd Street S., according
to police.


Baby:

Cont. from A-I
Police responding to a report
by fire rescue personnel of an
uncooperative patient said a
woman was initially intoxicat-
ed. and unconscious but
became verbally abusive when.
she was asked about tier baby.
Several homeless people told
pdlice 'thafth&' womAh 'hA' 'a
tHilTd'aid potff id'offiMer 6?.'1Ye
child's whereabouts. The
woman had allegedly been, liv-
ing in the car with the boy for
about a week, but her father
said. she had only left home
three days prior to the inci-
dent, police said.
The couple left the.,child in
the -car so they -could "go get
drunk and beg for money on
the beach" to get a hotel room
for the night, police reported.
Thp Department of Children
and - Families was .contacted
and released the baby to the'
woman's father.


prolo by KATHY HARTMAN
Pat Yost (right) hands flowers and a photograph to Louisa
Kuhn Saturday at the dedication of the Friends of the
Library courtyard in Ponte Vedra Beach. Kuhn and Wayne
Galloway were singled out for their contributions to the
,project.



No parking signs to

go up along PV Blvd.


by LAURA FOWLER
STAFF WRITER
Within the next few months,
four signs will be posted to noti-
fy drivers that parking is prohib-
ited along Ponte Vedra
Boulevard.
One sign will be posted near
the Duval County line on the
boulevard, one just north of
Mickler's Landing, and one at
both the Solana Road and
Corona Road intersections with
the' boulevard.
The signs alert drivers to a
new ordinance approved by the
St. Johns Board of Count):
Commissioners that prohibits
parking along the two-lane
road.
Exceptions to the law include
public service vehicles parked
for 10 minutes at a time and
oversized vehicles that put out
traffic cones or use flagmen.


Residents may also have their
guests park along the road dur-
ing parties or special events as
long as they have a permit from
the Sheriff's Office and an off-
duty police officer directing traf-
fic.
Greg Kennedy, who works on
county traffic and transporta-
tion projects, said the signs will
go up once the county receives a
written statement of support
from the Board of Trustees of the
Ponte Vedra Municipal Service
District (MSD).
At last month's MSD meeting,
a sheriffs deputy suggested the
signs be posted to notify lawn
and maintenance crews of the
change in law.
The MSD trustees agreed, and
asked the county to post signs,
which will be of no cost to the
MSD.


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Letters to the editor:

Thank you for picking up litter


To the editor.
As a citizen in Neptune Beach, I
would like to commend one of
my fellow citizens for an unselfish
act.
Several times even' week I have
witnessed a citizen walking from
the Indian Woods subdivision
toward Florida Avenue while on
her morning walk picking up lit-
ter along her path. She always
brings a small bag to collect the
litter and goes out of her daily
walking path to make our city a
cleaner place to live.


* We live in a wonderful place
-and unselfish acts such as these
should not go unnoticed. I appre-
ciate this citizen and all the citi-
zens, within our beaches commu-
nities that care and never give a
thought to any recognition
I look forward to crossing
paths with the next communi-
ty hero.
Until then,
Fred "Fel" Lee
Citizen & Councilor
City of Neptune Beach


Help with the Friends' book sale


To the editor.
Sights and sounds at the
beach are wonderful ... birds cir-
cling, surf crashing and children
playing in the sand. We've got
more than our share of beautiful
sunrises and gorgeous sunsets.
As a life-long reader, there's
another beach sight that brings
a huge smile to my face. When I
see the banner go up at the
Beaches Branch Library in
October and April, I know that
I'll soon be surrounded by thou-
sands of good books.
I'm one of 100 people who
donate 1000 hours to make
each FOBBL Donated Book Sale
happen. I've already helped'
unpack hundreds of small
paperbacks, and am impressed
by the variety of titles and
authors. Many of the books are
in wonderful condition. They
would make perfect gifts for the
readers in your life or additions
to your own collection.
I can't wait to get into the fray
later this week when we unload
and unpack thousands of hard
covered fiction books.
Hundreds of boxes of non-fic-


tion will be waiting for our
attention, too. I always find
some good DVDs, CDs and
'videos. I wonder what I'll find
this sale. Members of the
Sorting Committee that meets
weekly say that. there are 'lots of
really great books waiting to be
discovered this sale. I'm ready
fot the challenge.
I encourage other Beaches
Leader readers to help the
Friends of the Beaches Branch-of
the Jacksonville Public Library
raise money for unfunded mate-
rials and programs at the
Neptune Beach library. Not only
will we help the community,
but' we'll .find hours of good
reading in our immediate
futures.
I'll be shopping.on Friday and
Saturday between 10 a.m. and 5
p.m. I wouldn't miss the chance
to get even more'good books on
Sunday at the Bag Day clearance
sale. It's a reader's dream - a gro-
cery bag filled with books for
only $7. I bet you can't buy just
one!
Wendy Warner
Jacksonville Beach


Glad to manage the Amphitheatre


To the editor:
We at Signature
--Eiteffrtainment- are thrilled to
have been selected" to 'manrfge
the St. Augustine Amphitheatre,
which is due to open early next
spring. Our team .of talented
professionals have gained their
experience and built their repu-
tations within the' entertain-
ment, theatrical and venue-
operation fields at facilities
ranging from Madison Square
Garden to World Golf Village.
The newly revitalized
Amphitheatre will celebrate St.
Augustine and contribute to the
arts, culture and quality of life
for the residents of the First
Coast and serve,as an attraction
for the tourists who vacation in
our area. The shared philosophy
of the Amphitheatre staff is to
provide an overwhelmingly
positive and professional experi-
ence while offering diverse pro-
gramming from popular nation-
al and international concerts to
locally produced festivals, the-
atrical productions, fundraisers
for non-profit organizations,
community workshops, and
special events. Rental rates will
be scaled to accommodate
requests for use of the stage,
half-house or full-house capaci-
ty, entrance plaza or the adja-
cent grounds.
The members of Signature
Entertainment are passionate
about the role the Amphitheatre
should play in the development'


of the arts and culture. We share
the belief that working with
%bImituniy " prg, atari.' s
_.ytaj..tp, cr ating,,qu.:i',pto-
gramming for,our residents and
visitors to our region. Therefore,
it is our goal to help these
organizations expand their
patron base through marketing
and promotional activities, such
as encouraging event packages
to coincide with existing local
daytime events and introducing
compatible evening events at
the Amphitheatre.
Signature Entertainment will
launch a variety of initiatives,
including serving as a catalyst
for local, start-up' festivals that
celebrate music, dance and
regional history, and working
with ethnic groups to develop
heritage festivals inspired by the
birthday of St. Augustine or .a
Hispanic Arts Festival similar to
the Regalos Festival. Rental rates
will be based on a series of cate-
gories and will be scaled in order
to provide local non-profit
organizations the most compet-
itive rental rates possible.
,Establishing a sense of com-
munity, encouraging a solid vol-
unteer core, offering a student
internship program and adher-
ing to quality programming
standards are all part of the
commitment of Signature
Entertainment.

Bruce Lucker
" , Ponte Vedra Beach


Seeing rec
oston has its Red Sox.
Nearly everywhere' has
some Red Hats. The birth
of the Red Hat Society and its
local chapters were covered in
our February 24, 2006, issue.
Lots more background and
foreground appear at this
women's organization's
Internet Web site, redhatsoci-
ety.com. Suffice it to say here
that the Red Hatters
FUNdamental objective of
having a good time is being
pursued locally with enthusi-
asm.
For instance, one of the
Jacksonville Beach chapters,
the Red Rubies Hatitudes,
enjoyed a cruise down the
Intracostal Waterway (ICW) on
September 23. For this, they
rented a pontoon craft, which,
naturally, was painted red and
went well with their red hats
and purple shirts. Thus-outht-
ted, they sailed from Beach
Marine south to the Palm
Valley.Bridge and back.... ...:
The skipper ,and ,helmnsper-
son-was Red Hatter Genell,.'aka
Captain G.
While she skillfully steered
the "ship" on the voyage, the
rest of this jolly crew enjoyed
submarine sandwiches, etc.,


can be fun for all


JOHN
HARDEBECK
COLUMNIST

even though they stayed above
the water's surface. That was a
good thing, since there was a
"log" (?) floating nearby that
looked suspiciously like a
gator, although they were a
long way from Gainesville.
The chapter's queen, Marie,
said that, en route, they spot-
ted -other wildlife. of.the bud
.persuaion;. nanielyj bgrets laiid
seagulls. She-mentioned that
they also admired the canal-
side mansions: "We took pic-
tures of the one we each
thought would be wonderful


to own. Another daydream!"
Evidencing the popularity of
ICW boating, an empty slip at
a canal-side grille was unavail-
able, so there was no shore
excursion. Nevertheless, it was
evidently a pleasurable "red
sail in the sunset." for the
Ladies In Red as they chugged
homeward in the afternoon.
The Red Hat Society has
spread to other countries, but I
doubt it's gotten to communist
nations such as Russia, where
the good humor philosophy of
the RH sisterhood is probably
needed more than anywhere.
The whole nation is greatly
grouchy, which doesn't speak
well of Lenin's system. A chap-
ter aboard would certainly
have lightened the atmosphere
of cruises I took in the early
Nineties on the Volga and
Dnieper rivers.
If Red Hatters could cut
through the red tape and grad-
uate to a Russian cruise, they'd
1. sul(nnake s)_..u..hnbappy'
.RP ds,�nitle fora . -ange:;;,J.'ll
bet'wearing red-fedoras.'nstead
of those ridiculous fur hats
would raise the Ruskies' spirits,
too. When I don the one I
brought back, it looks like I
have a cat on my head.


Georgia hosts Octoberfest


O ktoberfest in Alpine
Helen in Georgia is
wunderbar! It's not just
one- evening'of German food,
drink, and fun, it's "The
World's Longest Oktoberfest,"
a seven-week orgy of oom-pah-
pah music, enthusiastic polka
dancing, and endless con-
sumption of German beer,
sausages, and Sauerkraut.
Though I was never particu-
larly fond of Bavarian music, I
looked forward 'to visiting
Helen because I had heard so
much about this little, but pic-
turesque, city.
At the invitation of my son's
father-ih-law, my husband and
1, pnd nine members of our
extended family spent a week
at a golf resort in Clarkesville,
which is about 15 miles from
Helen. The night of our arrival,
five of us decided to venture
into Helen to see if it indeed
was as much fun as we were
told.
,Call it nostalgia for the
country I left behind as a
teenager, I was enchanted as
soon as we arrived. The center
of Helen charmed us with its
buildings' red roofs, ginger-
bread trim, and glorious flower
beds and .planters, reminiscent
of a small Bavarian village. At
night it was magical, like a lit-
up Disney creation. Horse-
drawn white carriages added to
the ambience.
The more than 200 shops in
downtown Helen offer col-
lectibles and gifts, ranging
from Hummel figurines, beer
steins, cuckoo clocks, Bavarian
crystal,. and German food to
kitchy T-shirts and funny hats.
Plans for Helen's current
alpine appearance were made
in 1968 when a group of local
businessmen decided to trans-
form their bleak and dreary
town to attract more visitors.
A resident artist, who had been
- stationed in Germany during
World War if, came up with
the idea to change the exterior
of the buildings to alpine-
styled architecture, similar to
the villages he had seen in
Bavaria. Everyone agreed and
* within a week the transforma-
tion began. Shop owners paid
for their own work and the city
paid for the town streets, lights'


DORIS MANUKIAN
GUEST COLUMNIST

and planters. The resulting
European charm and sur-
rounding beauty of the North
Georgia mountains made
Helen a true Cinderella town
and popular destination for
visitors from all over the
United States.
The first Oktoberfest in
Helen was held in 1970 when
two businessmen gathered a
group of friends at a beer gar-
den, provided a keg of beer,
invited a polka band to play,
and the annual festival was on
its way. With each following
year, Oktoberfest grew and
grew. By 1979, the festivities
moved to the Festhalle (festival
hall, located on the banks of
the Chattahoochee River.
Though Helen has a small
population of about 350, the
city and surrounding White
County host an estimated 1.5
million visitors each year of
which about 40,000 attend the
Oktoberfest.
Our first visit to the Festhalle
made me a convert. Oh, what
fun! We sat on rusty metal
folding chairs and shared our
long picnic table with fellow'
tourists. About 750 people
crowded the hall. There was
much laughter, mouth-water-
ing smells of grilled sausages,
and constant clinking of beer
stems to the shouts of "Prost"
(Cheers).
But the best part was the
music. On weekdays, the band
plays from 6-10:30 p.m.; on
weekends the musicians begin
at 1 p.m. and provide enter-
tainment until nearly mid-


night. A total of 11 different
German bands play over the
Oktoberfest's 7-week duration.
Once the music began, there
was never a lapse in perform-
ance. And it wasn't just dance
music that was offered. The
band members demonstrated
their skills on cow bells, on
meters-long Alphorns, and var-
ious other instruments. It was
fabulous and at times very
funny. When the band took a
much needed break, another
musician came on to continue
the entertainment.
Many of the visitors who
were of German ancestry wore
Lederhosen or dirndl dresses
and traditional green felt hats
with feathers and various deco-
rations. Others sported a vari-
ety of funny hats, probably
purchased at Helen's numer-
ous stores or in the Festhalle.
At frequent intervals, the
entire audience stood 'up,
raised. their beer steins high
and belted out the traditional
"Eins, Zwei, G'suffa (one, two,
down it) Zicke, zacke, zicke,
zacke, hoi, hoi, hoi
Oktoberfest is wunderbar!"
I felt as if we were in the
Hofbrauhaus in Munich.
Towards the end of the
evening the announcer said:
"There is no festival without a
parade." And so the audience
got up and formed a conga
line. Hundreds joined in as we
paraded through the huge hall,
led by a young man waving
the American flag. When the
parade ended, the musician
invited everyone to join in the
singing of "God Bless
America." Here we were, cele-
brating a uniquely German tra-
dition, yet being reminded of,
what and where we were. It
was patriotic and emotional.
Our family spent another
two nights at the Oktoberfest
and everyone loved it. I can't
wait to go back to Helen. I
may even dig out my 40 year
old dirndl dress from the depth
of my closet and dance a vigor-
ous Polka. : .
The 2006 Oktoberfest will be
held from through Nov. 5.,For
information call the' Helen
Welcome Center at 800-858-
8027.


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ome-

things 'are

just too

hard to

explains

A few days before I was to
speak to the White
County Historical
Society in Cleveland, Ga., I
asked Shirley if she happened
to save a series of stories I did
34 years ago on North Georgia
folklore. I had interviewed peo-
ple all over North Georgia and
written about folk medicines
and weather lore and story-
tellers and ballad singers and
mule.skinners and even a water
dowser.
I can imagine what you're
thinking: "You expect your
wife to remember if she clipped
certain stories 34 years ago."
You see, I had a pretty good
idea she clipped them, even if
she couldn't remember. She is a
clipper. She learned from her
mother. Both of them clipped
my stories and columns over
the years. I never did, unless I
needed them for future refer-
ence at work. But they clipped
them, along with stories about
friends' weddings and engage-
ments, recipes they liked, and
news items about people they
knew, if only slightly, in the
military or business or whatev-
er.
. Yes, it turned out, she had
lpped those folklore stories,
but, she didn't know where
the' y ere because someone -
I'm the only other person in
the house - had stuck them
Lord knows where. 'So she
began to rummage through a
box of her mother's clippings.
There they were. And right on
top was a story about the late
Frank-Reid of White County,
Ga., a teller of stories, observer
of weather signs and keeper of
the faith. The clippers had
come through again. And the
subject of my talk was ready.
Almost.
Three hours before I was to
leave for White County, a little
voice in my head suggested I
look through a bunch of tape
recordings in my study. I did,
and all of them were profes-
sional recordings, mostly of
music. All except one. On the
back of that tape was scribbled,
in my handwriting, "Mr. Reid."
Of all the interviews I record-
ed for the folklore series - there
must have been a dozen of
them -- I apparently saved one
tape, the one with Frank Reid's
slow, pleasant drawl telling me,
among other things, that if a
chicken lies down in the sun,
it's probably going to rain.
May have been chance. Poet
James Joyce said, "Chance fur-
nishes me what I need. I am
like a man who stumbles
along; my foot strikes some-
thing. I bend over and it is
exactly what I want."
May have been serendipity.
May have been luck. May have
been, well, I don't know. A
friend of mine believes we
need to pay attention to these
little signs - finding things just
at the right time, just when we
need them or we need a good
word - because they're saying
we're on the right track.
All I know is, thanks to two
notorious newspaper clippers
and one conspicuously placed
tape recording, Frank Reid,
gone for many, many years,
spoke again last Thursday
night in Cleveland, Ga.




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Rita Berry, 77, died Oct. 4,,
2006 at her home. ,
Berry had been "a flight
,attendant and worked for
Many years with the Navy
League, traveling extensively
throughout the United States.
She was a member of the
Ardisia Circle of the Garden
Club of Jacksonville, a mem-
ber of Christ Episcopal
Church and worked with the
Guardian Ad Litem program.
Berry was active in many
areas of the Episcopalian
Church, participating in
Episcopal Church Women,
Cursillo Ministry, Nutcracker


Katherine Davis
McCondichie died in Atlanta
Oct. 5, 2006. She was born
June 28, 1933 in
Milledgeville, Ga.
McCondichie was very
involved in Christ Episcopal
Church in Ponte Vedra Beach,
where she was a long-time
member of the altar guild.
She was an active member of
the Ponte Vedra golf and rac-
quetfclub and an avid traveler
and hiker.
McCondichie was the co-
founder of Trax Inc., and fur-
nished the name for the
heavy equipment company
located in Atlanta. She also
co-funded McCondichle
Properties.


Marie Henderica Ravoo, 90,
died Sept. 29, 2006, surround-
ed by her family. She was born
to Hennrik and Marie
Goudkade in Hoboken, N.J.,
on Oct. 7, 1915.
After residing in
Amsterdam, Ravoo lived in
Jacksonville Beach' from 1951
to 1980. She and her husband,
Harry Ravoo, owned and
operated Ravoo's Cabinet
Shop on 9th Street South. The


Georgiy G. Gazaryants, 54, a
former resident of Ponte Vedra
Beach, died at his home in
Jacksonville Oct. 8, 2006.
Gazaryants was born in
Baku, Azerbaijan and immi-
grated to the United States in
1991 with his wife and family.
/ He was employed as a civilian
at the Mayport Naval Base.
Gazaryants is survived by his
wife of 23 years, Larisa; two
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Ballet, Solo Flight and many
mission trips.
Her passion in life was Cuba
and the Cuban people. She
made' many trips 'to Cuba on
behalf of the Diocese as well
as on her own, according to
family, who said she had an
exuberant and loving person-
alitv and will be missed by her
family and many friends.
A Memorial service celebrat-
ing Berry's life will be held at
2 p.m. Wednesday at Christ
Episcopal Church.
Arrangements entrusted to
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home.


Surviving are her husband,
Hayne D. McCondichie;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Gail and Ben Hawkins, Alexa
and John Flinchbaugh, Susan
and Glenn Warren, Steve and
Donna McCondichie; 11
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
Funeral services were held
at Christ Episcopal Church
Oct. 7. The family received
friends at the Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home earlier
in the day. She was interred
in Memory Hills Cemetery,
Milledgeville, Ga., Oct. 9.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Christ
Episcopal Church pre-school.


couple moved to Zellwood
Station in 1980.
Ravoo was predeceased by
her husband and her brother,
J,.C. "Dutch" Goudkade. She is
survived by her son, .A.H.
"Tom" Ravoo, daughtet-in-
law Linda and granddaughter
IrIsti,'-nIAil bf"'OrlMdffo.Sfie
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in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces
and nephews - in the
Netherlands.
Her family and friends will
always remember her special
gift of gourmet cooking and
knitting, said the family.
There will be a memorial
remembrance for Ravoo later
this year.
Her family is grateful to
Team 194 Vitas Hospice and
suggests that memorial contri-
butions be made to Vitas
Healthcare Corp., Suite 200,
5501 Adamson St., Orlando,
FL 32804.
Arrangements' by Dove
Cremation Services, Orlando.


Konstantin Gazaryants, all of
Jacksonville; other relatives in
the U.S., Armenia and Russia;
many friends and his faithful
dog, Acey.
Visitation will be from 11
a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday at'the
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home. A celebration of
Gazaryants' life will begin at 12
p.m.


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Henry W "Hank" Fehling III


Henry W. "Hank" Fehling 111,
80, of Ponte Vedra Beach died
in his home of kidney failure
Oct. 5, 2006. The son of Henry
W. Fehling, Jr. and Mildred
Melia Fehling, he was born in
Philadelphia on Oct. 10, 1925.
Fehling was the father of
three sons: William R. Fehling,
Chairman of the St. Johns
County School Board; James H.
Fehling, Midwest Regional Sales
Manager for the Medical
Imaging Division of Toshiba
America Medical Systems; and
Richard E. Fehling, United
,States Bankruptcy Judge for the
Eastern District of
Pennsylvania.
Formerly Director of
Personnel for Bachman Foods'
in Reading, Pa., Fehling retired
to Naples, Fla., with his wife, J.
Carol Fehling, in 1995.
Prior to beginning his work
with Bachman Foods in 1959,
Fehling ended his military
career with the U.S. Army. He


had been an MP'in the Army's
Criminal Investigation
Department during World War
II and was a SpecialAgent in the
Army's Counter-Intelligence .
Corps during the Korean
Conflict.
For years, Febling -worked
with the youth of Berks County,
Pa., by coaching little league
football and baseball. He also
served as a member of the
WVilson Joint School System
Authority in \Vest Lawn, Pa., in
the early 1960s.
Fehling is survived by his wife
of 54 years, J. Carol Fehling; his
sister, Adele Dracha of Naples,
Fla.; his three sons; three Toni F. Poppell, 57, a resi-,
daughters-in-law, Marcia dent of Neptune Beach, died
Binder, jodee Culberson and Oct. 5, 2006 in Orange Park
Kathy Fehling; and nine grand- Hospital.
children, Jake, Matt, Geoff,' Poppell's passion in life was
Samantha, TJ, Michael, Kiki, -her love and caring for chil-
Madison and Ali. dren. She was well known at
Shortly before his death, the beach as "Miss Toni."
Fehling told his family he most Over the past 30 years she
wanted to, be remembered .for ,cared for many children as
making people smile. He will young as 6 weeks' old and
be, said his family. . watched them grow into ado-
A Memorial Service will be lescence and addidthood. She
'held at 11 a.m. Nov. 24 in the
Ocean View Room and on the
beach at the Cabana Club in
Ponte Vedra Beach, with private
disposition of the remains Fre er c Ji
thereafter. Frederick
In lieu of flowers, donations ,
should be made to Community
Hospice of Northeast Florida, Frederick William Tibbetts
4114 Sunbeam Road, Suite 101, died at his Ponte Vedra Beach
Jacksonville, FL 32257. home Oct. 4, 2006.
Services under the direction 'Tibbetts graduated from
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home. Bloomington (I.) ',High


Ruby Hazel Searcy


Ruby Hazel Searcy, born in
Boston, Ga., Sept. 5, 1942, died
Oct. 4, 2006 at Archbold
Memorial Hospital in Georgia.
Searcy was an office rhanager
and bookkeeper Tor Searcy
Heating and Air. She drove a
school bus for 10 years for
Thomas County Schools.
Searcy was the daughter of the
Jate Guy..Middleton Seago .and
LRuby-,.,tHazeL.... Pestillo, .- qf
*Jatksonville..Beach, who sur-
vives. She also is survived by her
husband, Jimmy Searcy.
In addition, Searcy is survived
by a daughter and son-in-law,
Julie and, Danny Dukes of
Thomasville, Ga.; sons and


daughters-in-law, Jim an
Searcy of Coolidge, G
Jerry and Jennifer Se
Pavo, Ga.; and grande
Kristen Dukes, Brooke
Rhett Searcy, Erin Sea
Searcy Ill, Taylor Searc
Dukes and Ashley Dike
Services were held C
Allen & Allen Funeral
The family received frier
5 at thefuheral home'.
. Mefmoial'mayV b6 ri
the National Kidney Fou
of Georgia, 2951 Flowe
S., Suite 211, AtlanI
30341-4146.
Arrangements by A
Allen Funeral Home.


James Neal Nichol


James Neal Nichol, 59, died
on Oct. 9, 2006. A resident of
Neptune Beach, Nichol. was
retired from the Federal
Department of Housing and
Urban Development where he
served as director of commu-
nity and urban planning..
Born in Oak- Ridge,
*Tennessee on June 15, 1947,
Nichol earned a BA degree in
Liberal Arts, as well as a MA in
Urban Planning from the
University of Tennessee
Knoxville and a MA in
Business Administration from
the University of South
Carolina. He was also a retired
captain in the Army Corps of
Engineers Reserves.
He was preceded in death


by his father, Harr
Nichol. He is survived
mother, Margaret Neal
of Neptune Beach; d


Jessica. Neal Nichol of
Montreal, Canada; brothers
Harry Douglas Nichol of
Knoxville, Tennessee and
David Wendel Nichol of
Daphne, Alabama; sister Elsa
Nichol Spraiter of Neptun.e
Beach, and six nieces and
nephews.
A Memorial Service will be
held 4 p.m. Thursday in
Quinn-Shalz, A , Family
Funeral Home, 3600 Third
Street South, Jacksonville
Beach.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


School and received a degree
.in Finance from , the
, University of Illinois. He was'
S a graduate of the School of
Banking at the University of
Wisconsin and the Institute of
Financial Management,
Cambridge, Mass.
Tibbetts enjoyed a long
id Kathy career in the banking indus-
;a., and try. He served as president of
arcy of the Peotone (Ill.) Bank -and
children Trust Company from 1973 to
Searcy, 1993, and remained on the
rcy,' Jim Board of Directors from 1973
cy, Matt to the time of his death.
s. Tibbetts was active in many
)ct. 6 at community and banking
Chapel. organizations, providing lead-
nds.Oct ership in various church,
i,,T 1 esc o "chf' a.l.b]".ari. . cout
nade'*to -'aiies.' H'He as' director of
nation the Will Count)' (Ill.) Easter
ers Road Seal Society, director of the
ta, GA, Bensenville (I11.) Home
Society, president ..of the
llen & Peotone Chamber of
Commerce' and treasurer of
his local community school
district and the Salvation
Army.
Tibbetts served as president
of the Illinois Bankers
Association Group Two. He
was a member of Kiwanis
Club, and a fifty-year member
y Hite of the Masonic Lodge and
I by his Bloomington (Ill.) Consistory.
Nichol Tibbetts was predeceased by
daughter his first wife, Joan


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will be missed by all of them.
Poppell is survived by her
mother, Mary F. XWilli~ms of
Jacksonville Beach; daughter,
Debbie S. Poppell of
Middleburg; son-ini-law,
Wesley Stringfellow' of
Atlantic Beach; three -grand-
sons, Brandon Schmidt,
Bradley Stringfellow and
Lexington Keeton; her beauti-
ful ballerina granddaughter,
Krissanna Stringfellow; aunts,
cousins and many friends she
dearly loved.
Poppell was predeceased by
her daughter, Missy Messer,
anrd her husband, Herbert C.
Poppell., .
A Memorial Service will be
held at 1 p.m. Thursday in
Community Presbyterian
Church of Atlantic Beach. In
lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation, '8392
Baymeadows Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Services under the direction
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.



'l'

amn Tibbitts

Montgomery, who he married
in Dec. 1948 and who died in
June 1983; his parents, two
brothers and a sister. He is sur-
vived'by his wife, Carol, 'who
he married in April 1999;'two
sons, Eric (Susan) of Quincy,
Ill., Tyler (Paula) of
Jacksonville; five grandchil-
dren, one step-granddaughter
and two great-granddaugh-
ters.
A memorial service will be
held at 2 p.m. Thursday at
Ponte Vedra Valley Funeral
Home.
In lieu of flowers, the fami-
ly suggests memorial gifts to
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32257.





family would like to
sincerely thank ap
'who attended the
Funeral Service for
Harold A. Schultz
and also thanks to
all the special,-
friends who ,
provided food,
flowers and
friendship.
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Wednesday, Oct. 11
Florida Fall: Roseann'
McFarland, from Proctor Ace
Floral Emporium II, presents
"Florida Fall" at 10 a.m. at the
Ribault Garden Club, 705 2nd
Ave..-N., Jacksonville Beach.
This Fun with Flowers program
costs $15, and reservations are
required. Attendees are asked
to bring their own clippers.

Get acquainted:.
Newcomers of the Beaches, an
organization for women who
are new to the area, will hold a


luncheon at 11 .,a.m. at the
Casa Marina Hotel, 691 First
Street North, Jacksonville
Beach. Executive Director of
the Beaches Museum and
History Center Holly A.
Beasley will give a slide presen-
tation. For Information, call
Bonnie Lynch at 904-821-
9002.
Yoga at GTM: Effective
today, yoga classes are being
offered at ' 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Guana
Tolomajo Matanzas (GTM)


Breast Cancer

Awareness Month


Environmental Education
Center through the Friends of
the GTM Reserve. The mother-
daughter team of Sally and
Spring Saldana will be the
instructors. The Saldanas will
teach hatha yoga in a 75-
minute class for beginners on
up. The cost will be $10 per
class. Participants need to
bring a mat, beach towel and
water. For information, call
904-823-4500.
Thursday, Oct. 12
Design event: AIGA
Jacksonville plays host to
"Cocktails & Creatives," a
happy hour-type event for the
local design community. AIGA
invites anyone interested in
design to the Lemon Bar at
Seahorse Oceanfront Inn, 120
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Entry is
free, but guests must be 21 or
older. Visit
www.jacksonville.aiga.org for
information.

G.O.P. meets: The
Republican. Club of the
Beaches meets at Adele Grage
Cultural Center, 716 Ocean
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. A 6:30
p.m. social precedes the 7 p.m.
meeting. Scheduled to speak
are judicial candidates Virginia
Norton, Dawn Hudson, John
Merrett and David L.
Thompson. For information,
call Ed Raube at 246-7979.
Red Hats: The first of three
Red Hat events over three days,
Foxes Night Out,- begins at
5:30 p.m. at the Longhorn
Steakhouse on Marsh Landing
Parkway. That's followed by
Women's Health Experience
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday
at the Hyatt Regency. For tick-
ets, call 800-707-7040; ext.
2228, or visit www.women-


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MEETINGS


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

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

Family Fun Hour: The GTM
Reserve hosts a Family Fun
Hour from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
the third Wednesday of each
month. This hour of stories,
activities and nature crafts is
suitable for ages 4-10. The
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 Butler
Boulevard or eight miles north
of Vilano Beach. For informa-
tion call 904-823-4500.'

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.
Its next meeting will be Oct.,
18. Asocial time.starting at
6:30 precedes each meeting.
Anyone, male or. female of
Italian heritage or not, who is
-interested in attending is wel-
come as a guest. For informa-
tion, call 904-242-4929.

Toastmasters: Toastmasters
of Ponte Vedra meets from
7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. in the
administration building of the
Ponte Vedra Inn and Club.
Coffee is served., For more
information, call Michael
Steele at 904-910-1982 or visit
http://pontvedrabeach.free-
toasth6st.net.

VFW Auxiliary: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Greater
Beaches VFWV Post 3270 meets
the second Wednesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 915 8th
Avenue South, Jacksonville
Beach. Members are encour-
aged to bring a guest. For
information, call 249.7366.
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. Fot 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.
Friday
Jacksonville Singles Dance
Club: The Jacksonville Singles
Dance Club meets from 8 p.m.
to 11 p.m. at the Knights of
Columbus Hall, 1501
Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville.
Admission is $8, $7 for mem-
bers. For information, call 779-
1234 or email
jaxslnglesdc@aol.com.
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 sen-
iors is being offered from 9
a.m. 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. Visit www.dbsajax.org
for information.
Monday
Harmony Show Chorus:
The Jacksonville Harmony
Show Chorus meets from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m. at the San Jose
Church of Christ, 6233 San
Jose Blvd., Jacksonville.
Visitors and prospective menm-
bers are welcome. Call 350-.
1609 for information.


to the public, is entitled
"Waterways of the World." The
event will be judged by nation-
ally accredited judges. There
will be a plant sale in addition
to the Flower Show. For infor-
mation, call Joyce Totter at
904-247-1865.
Lemony Snickers:
"Lemony Snickers Day" will be
celebrated at The Bookmark in
Atlantic Beach as the 13th
book in the "Series of
Unfortunate Events" is
released. The Bookmark will
serve lemon bars and Snickers
starting at 3 p.m. In the last
installment, the Beaudelaire
r ,g


orphans and Count uOlar are
stranded on an island. Find
out if they are safe - and con-
quer your triskaidekaphobia by
being at The Bookmark.
Woman's Club gaming
night: The Jacksonville
Beaches WVoman's Club holds
Casino Royale from 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. at its facility, 1315 2nd
Ave. N. Tickets, which will be
available at the door, are $25.
Donations are tax deductible,
and proceeds help support
local charities and scholar-
ships. Call 223-4843 for infor-
mation.


shealthexperience.com. At 4
p.m. Saturday, "Menopause
the Musical" is offered for
$38.50. Contact Trece Hill at
519-0097.

Friday, Oct. 13
Book sale: A three-day sale
of gently used books, offered
by Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library, begins at the
Beaches Branch Library. 600
Third Street, Neptune Beach.
Doors of the Eloise Clairborne
Community Room will be
open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday and Saturday and from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. A pre-
view sale for members will be
offered from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday. Memberships will be
available at the door for $5.
Bag Day, where shoppers may
fill a standard grocery bag with
books and other items for a
bargain basement price, is
Sunday.
Croaker tournament: The
23rd annual Croaker
Tournament, sponsored by
American Legion Post 129 and
open to the public, begins with
a captain's meeting at 7:30,
p.m. at the Post, 1151 4th St.
S., Jacksonville Beach. The
competition, in which every
boat wins a prize, will be held
Oct. 14 and Oct. 15. Entry
deadline is Oct. 13. Prizes will
be awarded at a Sunday fish fry
that begins at 5 p.m. Numbers
to call are 249-2266 and 242-.
0544.
Flower show: The Ribault
Garden Club holds its 67th
annual Flower Show from 2
p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and I
p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The
Club is located at 705 2nd Ave.
N., Jacksonville Beach. The
show, which is free and open


s Le
Open house at "A CHARLES GALLERY" and
"ARCHWAY FRAMING" Friday, OCTOBER 13th.
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, located Z28 third ave.
north, Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32250. Featur-
inq artist Steve Dyrssen, Joan Trout, Ruth
Bamberq, Janet Bialko, Huqo Verkerk, Bonnie
Yales, Mike Sullivan, Charles Payne, Vincent
Dolon and Terese Marie.


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8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Rain or Shine - Come and Join Us


Crafts Include:


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Yard Sale ti


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* Woodworking
* Ceramics
* Cpht . E mkA ider fifts


FTERS INSIDE & OUTSIDE
OTI of Baked Goodies Available
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* Photography
* Hand Knits
* Christmas Ornaments & MORE
St. Andrews Lutheran Church (by-the-Sea)
1801 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach
(Across from the Homestead Restaurant)
For More Information, Call 221-1763
Crafters Welcome


'Pink' month: October is Breast
'?. , Cancer Awareness month, and a
'"- '",\Pink Party event is being host-
ed from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at
Jaffi's and The Beauty Bar,
S 200 First Street, Neptune
Beach. Festivities include a
� contest for the best pink outfit. Call 904-
249-4030 or 904-247-0067 for information. The
event will raise awareness and money for breast
cancer research.
A Pink Ladies team is.being formed for the 12th
annual North Florida Komen Race For the Cure, a
5K run/fithess walk that begins at 8 a.m. Oct. 21
at Metropolitan Park. You can register for this
event at:
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02920>.


Dallas and Datie Watterson
competed in the Sunburst
Beauty Pageant Sept. 30, 2006
at Regency Mall. Dallas, 4,
received $250 paid entry to state
and was a runner-up. Dacie. 1
received $250 paid entry and
2nd place. Also, winning Best
Personality and Smile. Marc and
Christina Watterson of Jax
Beach are the proud parents.


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Adam Doering, Logan Spina, Luke Hullender and Davis Hassler try out trumpets at the recent."Instrument Zoo" at
Atlantic Beach Elementary School.


JSO Instrument


Zoo makes stop


at AB Elementary

"The Instrument Zoo," compiled of volunteers from
j |BRASS:^Betihes.Residefnts At ip rtthgthe ..-SW f."
S I.ympFhoen; recently.-visited iourto ,grade dlasses-a
:Atlantic.Beach Elementary.
Students learned about, the four different families of
instruments in-a symphony orchestra: brass, strings,
woodwinds and percussion.
% BRASS supports the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra
by encouraging and facilitating concerts for school chil-
dren, provides instrument zoos and ensemble visits and
sponsors an annual "BRASS Ring" scholarship competi-
tion
For more details about the group, call 273-4396 or write
to BRASS at P.O. Box 2222,.Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004.'


Above: Grace Young and Leah Roobin try out violin's.


Above: Laurie Stucki's fourth grade class performs in' the
Instrument Zoo.


Above: Chandler Armstrong receives
instruction on the flute. I


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U.S. Navy. Reserve Capt. Robert Newman (right) relieves Navy
Capt. Terry Wilkerson during a Sept. 16 change of command
ceremony at Camp Fallujah. Iraq.


Beaches native begins


third tour in war zone


R obert Newman retired
from the. U.S. Navy after
0 years of service, but
he's still answering the call to
duty in civilian life.
Newman, who grew up in
Jacksonville Beach and attend-
ed Beaches schools, including
Fletcher High, is on his third
tour in Iraq.
A captain in the Naval
Reserve, Newman, 52, recently
took command of the 3rd
Naval Construction Regiment
(3 NCRI at Camp Fallujah,
Iraq.
A civil engineer in civilian
life, Newman has been called
up three times since retiring
from the Navy. As commodore
of 3 NCR, he oversees reserve
and active-duty Seabees and
Marines from 27 states.
His unit provides support to
*Ist Marine Expeditionary
'tt.in Ant ar.Province, an
insurgent hotspot.
Naval Construction
Regiments plan and construct
buildings and bridges, repair ,
roads and airfields, and
orchestrate supply and logis-
tics functions, according to a
Navy website.
Newman arrived at Camp
Fallujah in mid-September,
relieving U.S. Navy Capt. Terry
Wilkerson, who spent the past
six months in Iraq..
Newman is the nephew of
Jacksonville Beach City
Councilor Lee Buck.
,Newman's aunt, Anita Osborn,
lives in Jacksonville Beach.
"He was born and raised on
15th Avenue South," said
Buck, who received an e-mail
from Newman on Sept. 29.
"Hello from my desert
home," said Newman in an
unclassified e-mail.
"I thought you could send
the news release [about his
change of command] to the
paper for me. AJax Beach
native in Iraq, so to speak."
Newman, a father of two
grown boys, said his fast-paced
work schedule at Camp
Fallujah leaves little time for


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ASSOCIATE EDITOR
anything other than sleep.
"Needless to say, my social
life is relegated to the Sunday
night cigar and I usually get
up and watch Monday Night
Football on Tuesday morn-
ings," the e-mail said.
. "I do have a'great group f
people with me and the sup-
port and players I get from all
of you back there [also
helps]."
A former member of
Beaches United Methodist
Church, Newman graduated
from high school in Bolivia
after his parents went on a
missionary trip there in the
1970s.
He returned to the states
and attended the University or
Florida, where he earned an
engineering degree.
Now attached to the Navy's
Civil Engineer Corps, Newman
has put his civilian career on
hold for yet another deploy-
ment to a war zone.
Buck said he was on hand at
the Jacksonville airport when
Newman returned from his
second tour of duty in Iraq.
The greeting party also
included Newman's older
brother Bruce of Jacksonville.
The 3rd NCR, based out of
Atlanta, is nicknamed "The
Leaders," and has earned a
reputation as "the go-to
Seabees," according to its web-
site.
Newman seems to fit the
bill perfectly.


Cookbooks take center stage at book sale


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLiUMNIST
F. I or anyone interested in
cooking, a trip to this
J weekend's Friends of the
Beaches Branch Library Book
Sale should be a real treat.
. The three-day event begins
Friday in the Eloise Claiborne
Community Room of the
S, Beaches Branch Library in
.. Neptune Beach.
The sale will run from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and
Saturday, and from 1 p.m. to 4
p.m. on Sunday. The library is
at 600 3rd St. N.
Friends, volunteers have
Sorted through thousands of
books preparing for the sale
which begins this Friday.
' The sale might be of special
interest to cookbook collectors
because as board member Pat
Taylor says, "there are hun-
dreds of cookbooks."
Most of the cookbooks will
be priced at $2 with some
paperback cookbooks selling
for $1.50 and less. There will
also be a number of cook-
books that will be sold in the,
"Better Books" section.


- �

COOKS


Included in this category-
might be signed copies, first
editions, or other more spe-
cialized books on cooking,
wine, and entertaining. These
will be priced at $4 and up.
For $2 or less, look for cook-
books by some of the most
renowned and popular chefs
such as Julia Child, Paul
Prudhomme, Paula Dean, and
Graham Kerr. Recently pub-
lished cookbooks and older
versions popular with some
collectors will also be avail-
able.
There- are always a number
of local cookbooks at the
Friends book sales. This year
there are some from Mayport,
the Beaches Historical Society,
local community organiza-
tions, and even a copy of a
cookbook published by The
Beaches Leader, Taylor said.


The Leader published a
series of cookbooks in the
1990s highlighting local
recipes from the Beaches and
Mandarin.
"There are also cookbooks
from every culture," said Bill
Dulaney of Friends.
International cookbooks
and regional American cook-
books, including Amish and
Shaker cookbooks, will be for
sale.
,Other titles on sale at the
book sale are as follows:
* "Good Housekeeping
Menus for a Whole Year of
Dinners"
* "The High Vitality
Cookbook"
* "Cooking with the
Cowboys, the Dallas Cowboys
Wives Cookbook"
. * "The Lose Weight
Naturally Cookbook"
* and "Vegetarian Classics."
There are also plenty of hol-
iday ideas to found in the
selection of cookbooks for dif-
ferent holidays.
Some of the cookbooks for
sale are beautifully illustrated.
"There are some gorgeous
wine and entertaining books,"


said volunteer Virginia
Maxted.
Taylor said one of the cook-
books for sale that is very pop-
ular with Friends volunteers is
"The Book Club Cook Book."
This cookbook offers recipe
and menu ideas appropriate
for dozens of books frequently
read by book clubs.
The twice-a-year book sale is
a major fundraiser for Friends,
an organization that supports
various programs at the
library, including enrichment
programs for children during
the summer and the Dr. Seuss
Birthday Party.
They also purchase furnish-
ings and other supplies need-
ed by the library.
Friends volunteers have
been working year round at
their storage facility in
Jacksonville Beach preparing
for the sale.
After being sorted, the vol-
unteers box the books and
: transport them to the library
-in the last few days before the
sale.


See COOKS, A-10


photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
Board member Pat Taylor of Friends of the Beaches Branch
Library with a copy of "The Book Club Cook Book."







a Th-e- Beach-s L-adrPo- t Vedra L Octobe --11, 2006


Constance Durant Ryan and
Luther "Luke" Alexander
* . Marsden were married
Saturday, Oct. 7, at the
Sawgrass Beach Club in Ponte
Vedra with the bride's father
officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William 'B. Ryan
of Jacksonville. She is a gradu-
ate of Bishop Kenny High
School and Florida ,State
University. She is employed by
Citizens Property Insurance as
an underwriter.
The groom is t-he son of
Margaret Chandler Alexander
and, Mr. and Mrs.. Bob D.
Marsden Jr. of Jacksonville. He
is a graduate of Frank Peterson


Jennie Lyn Herwig of
Jacksonville Beach and David
Patrick...Steeg .of Atlantic Beach.
were mahriied' Saturday, Sept.
23, at the Ribault Club on Ft.
George Island. D. Alvin Cash.
presided at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Edee Herwig of Jacksonville
Beach and Joseph A. Herwig Jr.
of Nfonticello, Fla. She is a
1987 graduate of the
University of Florida and a
2001 graduate of the
University of North Florida,


Dawri and Kevin Eggleston
of Ponte Vedra Beach celebrat-
ed their 30th wedding anniver-
sary on Oct. 9.
The couple were married
Oct. 9, 1976, in West Chazy,
N.Y. They met in college in
" Albany, N.Y. She is originally
from Plattsburg, N.Y., and he is
from Schehectady, N.Y.
Mr. Eggleston is employed by
Bank of America as a senior
vice president. Mrs. Eggleston
owns the Fig Tree Inn Bed &
Breakfast in Jacksonville Beach.
The couple have two chil-
dren, Kerri Williams and Jen
Eggleston, and two grandchil-
dren, Jadah Williams, 5, and
Kayden Williams, 9 months.


Academy of Technology
attends Florida Comm
College at Jacksonville.
employed by I
Supermarkets as an assoc
The matron of hono
the bride's sister, Sheila
Smith. Jenny Heuer,
Nunes and Keri Lewis
bridesmaids.
Bob Marsden Jr. was th
man. Groomsmen wer
groom's brother, An
Marsden, Aaron Nunn
Damon Roby. William
Smith was the ringbearer
After a honeymoon a
Ritz-Carlton in Amelia I
the cofiple will resic
Jacksonville.


where she earned a mast
business administration.
S. he. is, employedd ,y, I
America.
The groom is the son
late Daniel and Jeanette'
formerly of Atlantic Beac
.is a retired mernber o
:American Red Cross Voli
Life Saving Corps ar
employed by the Jackso
Fire and Rescue Departm
Following a honeymo
the Bahamas, the couple
reside in Jacksonville Bea


Dawn and Kevin Eggleston
t


Engagement


Manning-Mahaffey


Linda and Clayton Manning
of Mayport announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Ann Elizabeth Manning, to
Lance Cpl. Jeffery Mahaffey,


.the son of Bruce Mahaffey and
Christine Clapper of Kewanee,
Ill.
The wedding will take place
in November.


VOLUNTEER LISTING


Volunteer Opportunities at
Mayo Clinic .
Mayo Clinic is currently
seeking volunteers to work at
the San Pablo Road campus
and at St. Luke's Hospital.
Mayo offers flexible sched-
ules iri a variety of service
areas.
For more information about
the opportunities, call the
Volunteer Services department
at 296-3722 or send an e-mail
to volunteersmcj@nCayo.edu.
The Literacy Program at


the Wonmen's Center of
Jacksonville is seeking volun-
teers.
The all-volunteer group..
which has been in existence'
for over two years, serves about
100 women a year and is hop-
ing to grow..,
Volunteer positions are
available in group's Rape
Recovery Program.
The Women's Center of
Jacksonville is located at 5644
Colcord Ave. Call 722-3000 for
more details. For the Women's
Center of Jacktonville at the,
Beaches, call 244(-2027:


ARTLIFE STUDIOS will
offer Drop-In Fridays - Theatre
Games on Friday afternoon
from 3:30 p.m., to 5:30 p.m.
Kids ages 7-12 years will be
able to let their imagination
run wild during the high ener-
gy playtime. Parents must sign
a waiver for kids to participate.
', and Donations only, suggested
iunitv amount $5. ArtLife is located
He is at 510 Mayport Rd, Atlantic
Publix Beach, just off Atlantic Blvd,
iate. two blocks north of Skatelab,
r was at 5th Street. For information,
Ryan call 247-8337.
Jackie * Yu-GI-OH DUELS are
were staged at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Books-A-Million, 738 Marsh
ie best Landing Parkway, Jacksonville
e the Beach. Call 273-8055 for infor-
ndrew mation.
and * HEARTSONG offers
Lewis Kindermusik and playday
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
at the Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
island, Vedra Beach for children from
de in birth to age 7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 months old and
includes parachute play, climb-
er's in ing and musical activities.
Preschool children and up
gnopf,, agW. without parents. One
, .. , tW-class is free. Call 249-3828
of the for information or visit
Steeg, www.heartsong-km.com.
:h. He * THE BEACHES BRANCH
3f the of the Jacksonville Public
unteer Library, 600 Third St., Neptune
nd is Beach also has children's activ-
inville ities. Call 241-1141 and press 4
ent., for children's activities and 5
on to for the reference desk.
e will * MOMMY & ME for ages 6
ch. months to 2-1/2 years features


Erin White, a 2001 Nease
High School graduate, is to be
awarded a graduate degree in
December from the London
School of Economics, having
completed her course work
and thesis is September.
The daughter of Eva and Bill
White of Ponte Vedra Beach,
she is a 2005 Harvard graduate
and is believed to be the first
Nease graduate accepted to the
Ivy-League school.
White recently started as
deputy director for Faith Based
and Community Initiatives.for
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture � in Washington,
D.C.,
Mitch Swanson, a junior at
Nease High, attended the
National Young Leaders
Conference in Washington,
D.C., from Dept. 26 to Oct. 1.
He was nominated for the con-
ference by his math teacher,
Crystal Gill.
Each conference session
gives participants from around
the country the opportunity to
discuss issues with policymak-


songs, parachute games, finger
play, rhythm band music and a
way to meet other parents or
grandparents while having fun
with your child. Offered begin-
ning in September at Nancy
Dance Studio. For information,
call 241-8349 for information.
* CARVER COMMUNITY
CENTER, 738 Fourth Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach, has many
activities for kids, including
karate, tutoring and games.
247-6218.
* MOTHERS OF PRE -
SCHOOLERS, support groups
for moms of children ages 5 or
younger, meet as follows:
Christ the Redeemer
Church, 190 S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach, 7 p.m. to 9
p.m. the third Monday of the"
month i285-80091.
- Mayport Naval Station
chapel, 9:30 a.m. the third
Monday of the month 1270-
5212).
- Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
hurch, .4510 Palm Valley Road,
Ponte Vedra Beach, 9:15 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m. the second and
fourth Monday of the month
(285-8225).
* WINSTON FAMILY YMCA
is on Landrum Lane, next to
Landrum Middle School in
Ponte Vedra Beach. ...",4,
t -lias a heated swiZ
pool and offers swimming les-
sons and family swim times.
The center features a teen
room and occasional organized
activities for youth. The center
also has classes for children
and youths.
YMCA membership details
are available by calling 543-
9622.


Erin White


ers and form solutions to simu-
lated problems.
Swanson, son of Julia and
Tim Dixon of Ponte Vedra
Beach, plays football for Nease
and is a sprinter and hurdler
,on the varsity' track team. He is
also a commander with the
Nease Junior Navy Reserve
Officer Training Corps and has
won two leadership awards
with the Nease NJROTC unit.


Mitch Swanson


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.. At the SemiAnnual -
Friends of the Beaches Library
Book Sale.
October 13'* & 14'* , lOaim to 5pm
.October 15* (Bag Day) - 1pm to 4pm



Helping Hands Village Golf Outing
Windsor Parke Golf Club
October 16th beginning at 8:30 am
�' t ' *./ * , **'* *


." Wedding


WOMAN'S CLUB

Left: Current and former
president's of the -
Jacksonville Beaches
Woman's Club gather at a
recent reception hosted by
Jthe group's board of direc-
* tors. Shown are (back row,
from left) Fanny Bivens,
Halliene Newby, Mildred
Hanna, Katie Buschbacher
(front row left) Evelyn
Morrissey, Lillian Harrison,
and Marjorie West.The club
meets on, the first Tuesday
. ,. :. :. ,12= 'i,--
.of every month. For mem-
- ' ~bership information, call
- :.,Shirley King at 249-8172.


� . , . - .

Constance and Luke Marsden

Marsden-Ryayi


FOR THE KIDS


Steeg-Herwig


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person, ladies and gentlemen of all ages, includes
round of golf, golf cart, lunch, practice range balls,
prizes and much more!
Call 223-3608 to register.

Helping Hands Village is a program of Helping Hands
Ministries a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation. Our
vision is to provide transitional housing for families with
children who otherwise would be homeless.


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Senior High School, the USO,
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Jacksonville Beach.
there are several other
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at value prices.
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and everything is priced to
sell, according to Pat Fisher,
owner of China Cat Antiques.
Her company handles close
to 50 estate sales yearly.
A signed copy of a cook-
book by Marjorie Kinnan
Rawlings was one of the most'
exceptional cookbooks sold at
a local estate sale, she said.
Another very interesting
estate sale for collectors of
cookbooks was held in
Mayrport earlier this year.
"The lady had traveled to
Japan and Hawaii. There were
easily a thousand cookbooks,
some were old and collectible
and others were the laige cof-
fee'table type of book," added
Fisher.
Seymour's Bookstore at the
Ponte Vedra Branch Library
always has a variety of used
cookbooks.
Cookbooks sell for about $2
to $4, said Joyce Gale, who
volunteers at Seymour's.
There are usually a few
dozen cookbooks ori the
shelves. A sample of some
recently for sale at Seymour's
include the following:
* "The New York Times
Cookbook"
* "Cooking Thin"
* 'The Jacksonville Junior


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Bill Dulaney-and Georgia Goodling with a selection of cook-
books that will be on sale at the Friends of the Beaches Library
Book Sale this weekend.


League Cookbook"
* and books on entertaining
and Mediterranean cooking.
Used bookstores and thrift
shops are another source for
cookbooks.
The selection varies, but the
pricing is usually attractive.
Cookbooks of every type
might be found, everything
from classic cookbooks, old or
rare editions, and specialty
books. Some used book stores
have websites with online
inventories and sales.
Tappin Book Mine in
Atlantic Beach has close to
300 cookbooks in stock,
according
"This is in addition to the
Floinda cookbooks, which go
very fast," he said, adding that
most of his customers are
interested in fairly modern
cookbooks.
The majority of the cook-
books that Tappin sells are


priced under $10 with many
selling for under $6.
Rare and collectible cook-
books might sell for $100 or
more, in part, because it is a
signed copy or, as Tappin says,
"There is something that gives
meaning to the item beyond
it's being a cookbook."
Recipe Correction from
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An ingredient was omitted
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for Quick and Easy Microwave
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M. Dry'den
1 1 Ilb. box powdered sugar
one-half cup cocoa
one-quarter cup milk
one-quarter cup oleo or but-
ter ido not use low cal or fake)


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Optional:
one-half cup chopped nuts
or
one-half cup small marsh-
mallows
or both may be added
Blend powdered sugar and
cocoa in mixing bowl, then
add milk and butter. Cook 2
minutes in oven. Remove
bowl from oven and stir just
enough to mix ingredients.
. ,Add vanilla and nuts or
marshmallows if used. Pour
into greased container and
place in freezer for 20 minutes
or in the refrigerator for 1
hour.
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Senators can't stop Generals' attack


Phoic' by ROB DeAriGELO
Fletcher High receiver Lamar Scruggs reaches high to haul in a pass from quarterback Marty McCann In the third quarter against Lee High last Friday night at Jack Taylor Stadium. The play was
good for 44 yards and set up the Senators' second touchdown of the game, a seven yard run by Jason Kelly. It was not enough, however, as the Generals prevailed, 21-14.
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Fletcher's inexperienced defense

has difficulty shutting down Lee's

highly-effective trap play scheme

By ROBERT DeANGELO has been running the same scheme all season.
SPORTS EDITOR ."We saw it on film all Week," said the coach,
whose players carried him on their shoulders as
Fletcher's Friday night game against visiting time expired. "When we split [Fletcher] out, they
Lee High turned on one play. Not a single snap of can't run those down four guys. And Carl's a
the ball, mind you, but one play that the tremendous runner. Last year, he threw for over
Generals used over and over again to gash the 1,200 yards and didn't get to run much because
Senators' defense for 292 rushing yards and a 21- he didn't have to. This year, we're a little bit inex-
14 victory. perienced up front so we tried to exploit the
Lining up ip a spread forma- . . weakness and they just kept giv-
'tion, Lee se.nor quarterback CAr " in it to us.'- ............
Kendrick repeatedly ran a trap 1 Fletcher (1-5) opened the game
play that saw him either keep the with a nice drive that began at
ball or hand off to diminutive their own 20. Chewing up the
but speedy running back James cdock by utilizing Troy Guidry
Perkins. . . ' and Jason Kelly in a sustained
"It was one play," said Fletcher ground attack, the Senators were
defensive coordinator Kevin perched on Lee's .6-yard line
Brown. "Flex, shotgun, quarter- when Guidry coughed up the
back, trap, quarterback. We had ball and it was returned 35 yards
about three different things we by the Generals' Ronald Stanley.
could do there and it's a tough -. , The Senators did get on the
play. scoreboard -first when wideout
"I know people in the stand GENERALS 21 Lamar Scruggs made a sensation-
were going, -Why can't they stopGENERALS 2' al 41-yard touchdown catch with
it?' I want to say, watch a SENATORS . . 14 6:42 left before the half. Taylor
Saturday [college] football game .. I.. . WV-man's PAT gave the home
and . . . you'll see nobody really stops it. They...,.team a 7-0 advantage.
stop it in the NFL becausie,they've got guys 6'8", ' Lee (3-31 answered right back, however, when
300-something pounds. It's a tough play and Kendrick plunged in from one yard out and
when you've got inexperienced guys at line- David Cline added the extra point to knot things
backer it's not easy." with 4:10 to go before intermission.
The Generals ran the trap play with great effec-. The Senators got a great kickoff return from
tiveness all evening. Kendrick finished with 143 Darious Campbell to the Lee 16-yaid line but
yards on on 19 carries while Perkins toted the after a penalty and a couple of short gains,
ball 24 times for 146 yards on several clock-con- VWyman missed on a 26-yard field goal try with
trolling drives . . . ,. .' ". 2:37 left in the half.
Lee head coach. Randy Glass said his.offense.. 'ee, capitalized using - what blse - the trap


play as Perkins raced 44 yards to the Fletcher 18.
The Generals continued to run and cashed in in
when Perkins bulled his way into the end zone
from two yards out 5.7 seconds before halftime to
take a 14-7 lead.
In the third quarter, Fletcher
quarterback Marty McCann,
who connected on 5 of 12 pass- -
es for 122 yards, found Scruggs I know
again on a 44-yard pass play I know p
that was even more spectacular stands .w(
than their earlier hook-up.an't
Scruggs, alone in open space, Why can't I
made a twisting, over-the- I want to s
shoulder catch and brought the
ball to the Generals' 7-yard line. Saturday [c
Kellv rolled over the left side, ball game ~
breaking a pair of tackles along nObod
the way; for a 7-yard TD run see
with 5:11 to go in the third, .it. They -.t(
Wvtnan's kick "knottd things at NFL Ieca
14-all.
In the waning seconds of the got guys
third quarter, however,
Kendrick threw one of only five something
passes on the night and found a tough pla
Mark Jefferson from four yards
out to give Lee a one touch- yOU Ve gc
down lead. enced gul
The fourth quarter saw the
teams exchange possessions backer it's r
without much happening, .. .
although the Generals had an
83-yard TD run called back on a - Kev :
holding penalty with about
eight minutes left in the game. Senators defe
With under four minutes to for on Lee's
go Fletcher began burning time-
outs in hopes of getting the ball
back as Lee continued its ground attack. On third
down and 10 from the Fletcher 45, Senators safe-
ty Johnnie O'Hara gave his team life when he
picked off a Kendrick pass on about the 7-yard


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line.
With one timeout and 3:19 left in the game,
McCann began a drive that included a 12-yard
completion to Elisha McTaw, and a three-yard
run by Kelly. McCann then found Scruggs for a
19-yard gain on a slant pass and
Kelly ripped off 10 tough yards
to set Fletcher up with a first
and 10 from their own 30 with
ople in the 1:21 left on the clock.
re going, After another Kelly carry for
i t? eight yards, the drive ended
iey stop it? when _McCann overthrew two
ay watch a Senators receivers and Ken-
Sfoot- drick, inserted as a safety in the
llege] game's waning moments,
id .. . you'll picked off the ball to seal a Lee
really sts victory.
really stops "We've :been playing him
pp it in the some at safety," Glass said of
se -they've Kendrick's gami.e-:linchiig in-
Se hey Ve perception. "He's kind of under-
6'8", 300- sized for most D-1 colleges but
)oundsQ It'S we think that he can play some
oundsl. It's in the secondary in college."
r and when In the loss, Kelly finished
inexperi- with 99 yards on 12 carries
inexpe- while Guidry ran the ball 15
s at line- times for 75 yards. Scruggs
t eacaught three passes for 90 yards
ot easy. and McTaw gained 32 yards on
. .. three receptions.'
"I thought we stopped their
B.rownt power game; they had to go to
the spread," Brown said. "I
sive coordina- mean, we stopped the Wing-T
Fe of trap play and the Delaware. You saw the
spread look and then it was
quarterback draw, quarterback
keep. That's a hard play because your ends have
to help you with the quarterback. We've just got
inexperienced guys in key positions and it's hard
to read."


LOCAL ROUNDUP


Fletcher volleyball begins



tournament play with win


Photo ,by ROB DeAUGELO
Senators running back Jason Kelly (6) is upended by a trio of Generals defenders during action
Friday night. Kelly, filling in for injured Deschion Baskerville, gained 99 yards on 12 carries.


FROM STAFF

The Senators opened play in
the Gateway Conference volley-
ball tournament Monday with a
three-game sweep of Jackson.
Fletcher prevailed, 25-13, 25-17,
25-16.
June Nardiello led the
Senators with seven aces and
four service points. Kelsey Davis
also had four service points for
Fletcher.
Michelle Martin blasted 10
kills and Kelli Thurson added
24 assists as the Senators
improved to 16-3 on the sea-
son.
The Gateway Conference
tournament was scheduled to
continue Tuesday and Wednes-
day.
VOLLEYBALL
Fletcher 3, Stanton 2
In a highly-competitive
match last Thursday, the
Senators outlasted Stanton Prep
in five games, 28-26, 17-25, 25-
22, 21-25, 15-10.
Kelsey Davis had 12 service
points to pace Fletcher, while
June Nardiello pounded 29
kills.
Kelli Thurson added a season-
high 48 assists and also had
four aces.


FOOTBALL
Nease 24, St. Augustine 21
James Wilson doesn't score
touchdowns, make game-saving
tackles or boot kickoffs deep into
the end zone, but he's still the
most valuable player on Nease
High's top-ranked football team.
That's saying a mouthful
when you consider that Wilson
doesn't play a feature position
for the Class 4A No. 1 Panthers,
who downed arch-rival and 3A
No. 1 St. Augustine 24-21 last
Friday night.
Wilson's name doesn't pop
up on the post-game stat sheet.
His exploits rarely make it
onto a TV highlight reel.
All the massive left guard
does is punch holes in opposing
defenses 'so others can reap the
headlines, the interview
requests and the style points.
"James Wilson is as good an
offensive lineman , as Tim
Tebo*si a quarterback," Craig
Howard, Nease's head coach,
said after Friday's come-from-
behind victory at St.
Augustine's Foots Brumley
Stadium.
"I hope. people appreciate
how good James Wilson and
[right tackle] Clyde Yandell are.
That's where we won the game
- at the line of scrimmage."


Nease (6-0) hammered the
host Yellow Jackets (5-1) like
never before with 53 running
plays for 305 yards.
Senior slotback Zach Tronti
rushed for a game-high 206
yards on 26 carries, with TD
runs-of 75 and 2 yards.
The Panthers spread defenses
out with multiple wide-receiver
sets, then run between the tack-
les behind Wilson, a 6-5, 310-
pound pulling guard and
Yandell, a 6-6, 305 pillar at right
tackle.
Senior James Nicholson (6-4,
280) also is a force at left tackle.
"We have two [future]
Division I players in there. And
Maybe three," said Howard,
whose offensive line also
includes right guard Larson
Miniard (5-10, 214) and center
Mike Ludwick (6-0, 220), a
Fletcher High transfer.
"Of course, we're gong;,to
run' behind guys like that'?' "
'St. Augustine head coach Joey
Wiles said his undersized front
four was outmanned in the sec-
ond half, where 42 of the
-game's 45 points were scored.
"They have two Division I
[linemen] and we have' [down
linemen between] 170 and 190
[pounds]," added Wiles' after
the game.


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Plenty of action in the
river and creeks as the
ocean turned mean.
Anglers headed for Guana
Dam last week during the
extended northeaster.
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great inshore trips last week.
On Monday, aboard his
"Head Hunter" with friend
Mike, their catch included
10 flounder, eight redbass
and four trout.
On Tuesday, with his
buddy Bert
James, Gergley
reported a
, catch of 18
drum, 20 red-
bass, two
flounder and a
pair of trout.
S Wednesday,
James caught
20 reds, two
flounder and
two drum.
SUTTON David King
LEADER and Mike
Morris took
their live
shrimp and cut
bait to Guana
Dam last Thursday and
Friday and caught dozens of
redbass each day. The duo
also caught six big speckled
trout. David said most
anglers had exceptional
catches of redbass.
Canal guide John Dyrssen
fished a half day last
Saturday with Paul Williams
south of the McCormick
Bridge. They put their live
shrimp under corks and
caught three flounder, five
trout and a red.
Last Friday, Ben Denail
weighed up a seven-pound
flounder at B & M.
Mark Chapman and Keith
Nee spent the morning at
the little jetties and caught
15 sheepshead as a result of
their patience.
Capt. Dave Sipler spent
Friday morning with-Johnny
and Lisa Richardson in the
river and creeks. They netted
25 trout to five pounds and
a flounder.
Capt. Kirk Waltz, and his
guest Tim Shoal, fished the
river from the "Enterprise"
last week and lifted 10 bull
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on the "Challenge" with
their teacher, Capt. Tim
Carnes, and found the
Spanish biting last Monday
morning.
They found the .
respectable school of
Spanish just off the south
jetties. On cue they went
after the dark spoons deep
as well as on top. They
caught their limit in no time
at all.
Capt. Butch Garvin took
his "Early Times" north to
Nassau Sound early Tuesday
morning. He used fresh dead
shrimp and caught 23 big
whiting.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow
spent Wednesday in the
canal with friend Jimmy
Alien. They caught 10 reds
using jigs and live shrimp.
On Friday Fred took
Johnny Nettles and his son,
Brad, up the river where
they had two,29-inch reds,
27 mangrove snapper, 32
croakers, five jacks and a
pompano.
Capt. George Bull with
Steve Danzig on the "Bionic
Bull" fished his favorite
creeks a little south of
Nassau Sound last Friday.
They pulled in 12 trout, 12
reds, six drum and a pair of
flounder.
. James Gergley.made three., .


Pri-.oo sJuirniinea
In this History Picture of the Week, John Henry David caught this 694.5-pound Tiger shark to win the 1981 shark tournament which
took place in Mayport. The big tiger took a bonita and required three and a half hours to land from aboard the "Sundowner."


Birding
The fourth annual Georgia's
Colonial Coast Birding &
Nature Festival will be held
Oct. 13-15, with the.Jekyll
Island Convention Center serv-
ing as hub for the activities.
Registration for the festival is
open until Sept. 22. To register
for events and for more infor-
mation, visit www.coastalgeor-
giabirding.org or call 1-877-
4JEKYLL.

Turkey Hunting
Special-opportunity
spring turkey hunt applica-
tions for the 2007 season
are available from the
Florida Fish and Wildlife


Conservation Commission
tFWC).
Hunters can obtain appli-
cations at MyFWC.com and
at all FWC regional offices.
Applications will be accepted
at MyFWC.com, county tax
collectors' offices or at any
license agent . Applications
must be received by mid-
night Oct. 17.
*A random drawing decides
who will receive the permits,
the demand for which is
typically greater than the
number available.
Hunters can increase their
chances of being selected by
submitting as many $5 non-
refundable applications as


they like. Successful appli-
cants pay.an additional $50
- $175, depending on the
special-opportunity hunt
area selected.
for more information on
special-opportunity Osceola
turkey hunts, visit the Web
site at MyFWC.com/hunt-
ing. The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission is headquar-
tered at 620 S. Meridian St.,
Tallahassee, Fla, 32399-
1600. Its phone number is
850-488-4676.
Hunting/Fishing
Hunters and fishermen
who repeatedly violate


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laws may face enhanced
penalties.
A new law increases penal-
ties for repeatedly violating
saltwater or freshwater fish-
ing and hunting laws. The
law also increases the penalty
for hunting or fishing with a
suspended or revoked license.
Hunting or fishing with a
suspended or revoked license
is now a first-degree misde-
meanor. Anyone convicted of
violating the law now faces a
mandatory $1,000 fine and
five-year suspension of all
FWC recreational licenses,
and also could be sentenced
to up to a year in jail.
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OPINION


Jaguars rebound nicely



by ummeling the Jets


Sfyou thought the Jaguars
1 ere down after two
straight defeats, you should
ask the players themselves. If
you thought they were pes-
simistic about the rest of the
, schedule, think again.
"Heck, man, we're just get-
ting started," defensive hard
rock John Henderson said
after the 41-0 punishment
Jack Del Rio's team hung on
the New York Jets Sunday.
"This team is never down. We
had a couple of setbacks,
that's all. It can happen to any
team. We had a lot of guys
out, but we're hanging in
there. You saw us today."
Added fleet running back
Maurice Jones-Drew: "We just
weren't doing what we can do
best. We got it together today
for the first time in three
weeks," he said, wiping sweat
from his brow and joking with
nearby teammates in the
Jaguars locker room. "That's
what we needed - the
* defense and offense and spe-
cial teams getting together."
The offense was clicking
even without some cogs such
as wide receiver Matt Jones.
The gap was closed with
Reggie Williams, George
Wrightster and Ernest Wilford,
plus Fred Taylor and Cortez
Hankton taking turns snag-
ging the passes of quarterback
Byron Leftwich.
The pride of Del Rio's aerial
attack completed 9 of 20 tries
for 140 yards and two touch-
downs, a so-so outing for
Leftwich. But his handoffs
netted 181 yards and that told
the story.
Leftwich outdueled the Jets'
Chad Pennington, but the
Jaguars defense had a lot to
say about that. They held the
one-time Marshall star, who


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preceded Leftwich with the
Thundering Herd, to a mere
45 passing yards and the Jets
to 132 passing yards.
Bobby McCray, subbing, led
the Jaguars sack parade with
one and a half, and
Henderson, Monty Stanley
and Rob Meier followed with
one each.
Pennington was harassed all
day. The defense was deter-
mined to make up for the dis-
aster of the previous week's
effort at Washington, and did.
"We played poorly last
week," defensive back Rashean
Mathis said. "We played
Jaguar football today. We.
worked on it all week.".
The tone of Sunday's game
was set early when a
Pennington pass was deflected
into the mitts of Brian
Williams, setting up Jones-
Drew's six-yard touchdown
run in the first quarter. It was
Brian's first interception as a
Jaguar.
Before four quarters had
expired, Jacksonville had
stolen three passes - a'far cry
from the week before.
The most amazing thing of
the day was the way the subs


and regulars found ways to get
the job done. The Jets were
not at full-strength them-
selves, but the Jaguars that
took the field Sunday proba-
bly would have beaten them
anyway.
The humiliation at
Washington seemed to have a
determined effect on Del Rio's
gang. Sunday, they might
have even beaten the Colts.
Ironically, some found fault
with the Jaguars "running up
the score.." How does a coach
stop young players from fight-
ing hard for more points?
When the offense isn't pro-
ducing, it's criticized. Now,
when it scores 41 points the
same offense Is vilified. Josh
Scobee was booed when he
missed.field goals, now scored
when he kicked two.
The Jaguars will take boos
for winning, though, if it
comes to that. The question is,
did they learn a lesson from
two defeats?
Of course, all of the Jaguars
good karma stemming from
Sunday's win has now been
tempered by news that out-
standing linebacker Mike
Peterson has been lost for the
season.
Peterson, 30, suffered a torn
pectoral muscle (that's in the
chest for those of you who've
yet to order the Charles Atlas
course from the back of a
comic book) and will undergo
surgery in the next seven to
10 days. His leadership on
defense and playmaking abili-
ty will be sorely missed by Del
Rio and teammates.

Gators move to No. 2
in the polls
Meanwhile, the Florida
Gators turned the LSU Bengal
Tigers everywhere but loose. If
that 23-10 score wasn't huge,


it was enough to propel Urban
Meyer's team into second
place in the latest AP poll.
If the Gators can get past
Auburn this week, especially
after the Tigers were upset by
Arkansas last Saturday, they
should be favored to go all the
way undefeated.


S P O R S B R E F S


Aqua Aerobics
Water exercise program pro-
%ides a total body workout for
people of all ages and fitness lev'
els. -lasses include exercise-for"
aerobic conditioning, flexibility
and strength.
Shallow water classes take
place Monday to Friday mom-
ings and evenings; deep water
classes Mon. Weds. and Sat.
For more information contact
the UNF Aquatic Center at 620-
2854.

Basketball Camp
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School will take place on the fol.
lowing dates and times:
Friday, Oct. 13 from 6 p.m.
until 9 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 14
from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.;
Friday, Oct. 20 from 6 p.m. until
9 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 21
from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Cost is $100. For more infor-
mation visit the Web site at
beachesbasketball.com or call
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.

Bowling
A bowling league for seniors
55 and up is being formed at
Beach Bowl on Beach Boulevard
Competition in the Monday
league will begin at 1 p.m., with
practice starting at 12:45 p.m.
Call Paula at 249-9849 for infor-
mation.

Charity Golf
The first Helping Hands
S Village Golf Tournament will
take place starting at 8:30 a.m.
S Oct. 16 at VWindsor Parke Golf
S Club. There will be lunch, prizes
gift bags and an auction. Golfers
are encouraged to set up their
own foursomes. Cost will be $75
per player. Corporate sponsor-
ships are available.
S Helping Hands Mtinistries, a
, not-for-profit corporation, is
working to raise $500,000 to
purchase land for Helping Hand


'PhoiTO sunihea
Coach Tanya Anderson, lower right, with Beaches Chapel School volleyball team members
Brianna McNeal, Cameron Hyman, Christian Hyman, Elizabeth Boote, Hannah Garza, Ellen Spell,
Katie Moore, Lynday Wheeler, Megan Bleech, Lindsey Waski, Valerie McGhee. The team has
recently had a three game winning streak in the Jacksonville Christian Athletic League.


Village, a transitional housing
community for families with
children. One hundred percent
of the monies raised through the
golf tournament will go toward
purchasing and developing
Helping Hands Village.

Flag Football
Flag Football registration for
kids ages 5-17 is underway. The
deadline to register is Nov. 4.
VWinter season leagues, which
w , Will run from December th-ough
. February , are forming through-
out the First Coast area, includ-
ing at the University of North
Florida, Ponte Vedra Beach,
Mandarin and Orange Park.
For information, locations,


dates and to register, visit
www.i9sports.com or call (904)
992-4263.

Jaguars Trip
Action Sports Tours is plan-
ning a trip to Miami to see the
Jacksonville Jaguars play the
Dolphins on the weekend of
December 2-3. Hotel, game tick-
ets, refreshments and a pre-game
tailgate party are included in the
$250 price.
, For more information contact
Jack at (904) 707-7805 or Alex at
(9041 728-0029. Or e-mal action-
sportstoursCyahoo.com.

eor men's doubles league a
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Wednesday, Oct. 11

VOLLEYBALL
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Thursday, Oct. 12

VOLLEYBALL
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NEASE in St. Johns River
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SWIMMING .
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FOOTBALL
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7:30 p.m.
NEASE at Ridgeview,
7p.m.


S . The
Jacksonville
Jaguars suf-
fered a blow
to their
defense
" Monday
when it was
announced
linebacker
S" �Mike
S : B., . Peterson.
left, will miss
the rest of
the season
with a torn
Spectoral
" muscle. He
suffered the
'injury during
Sunday's
2. game
" # against the
New York
Jets.


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! cl. ItaU'"ntaie Stats. Deparment ,ol . he best of.all worlds'. rea' oome,.'greal lake,. 1580sl, $234,900. Call Terry Motivated seller. $199,900.. . phone 553- 050 aer pm 241-2443
Ho hg ad rbar eloprent -HUD- locatlo. ahd in fanfait o'shape. $450,000 (904)472,'6254 . ' ' VILLAGES OF PABLO PONTE VEDRA, IBR'IBA. 750sl, open
S(8 0)669-9777,6r ,fo'r the hearing Im- ..Oall k of1The DIlworth.Reallyt Grolp ol -' 4BR/2BA huge cul-desac lor , community floor plan. 1car garage, hickory cabinets.,
S.palrd1f800)927-9275. '. *. ., V purd,GMAG 904591-6976.. . . Spanish. 13 15e.Tomas PI. Lane, 3/2/2, popl and tennis. mmiules to the Beaches cranie countenops, -Travetne slone
GA barn/ nd SAWGRASS 2B, completely re- er community w/oa ramp. pool. - -BIKE osin costs $199,900 l 904)46
C.ass.i ed De.dline .1. ' .' , mpded ,na , 3 .year -. 'roof,,42" hickory clubhouse , 5mtlep Irom beach $269,900 EhoEA$2- closi ao 5199,9o00 . 1904)463
T.'UESDAY. 11 AM"l"orWednesd .;ay .Paper) rB,.e e'-.--'"-. ".. - p ad o m dg'. 4 63 w ite-wea o " -." OFF PENMAN RD. - ."'
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S. ..- hit upEn-9 apd i O ME FIND ER REATY condition; "walk-in close; large master 'lIors frepc; custom ' .lighting.. private - w w l
v Sr.rIndI bgv 1.d' moun' E FLrro-ndeD LAKES- 215 condo t 904-993-1707 ' - ,: -currently.leased $189,0&,5195,900. . -
' ** r'-$owerd 'A- 'N D i-Radraafloal - paradIse - EZ r.Terms ' .-Call 699 900: 6 '. . *4,900. 15TH.AVE.iS.-cSOUTH JAXuBEAPH .217,000 Personalized
..U. t - ahD Reanch-s;ILC .888)541563 TH.E9E OURTYf RDARS-' 2/2. condo,' no PB EAST ofA1A'2/2-ranch ' on two tot Key West style coOTge.2BR/1NBA, ad-Tor- SPoluos o And
c0 RR E C TI NS TH ORGIAIHvi 'at, sairs'rivate couraartdr$119sf90Q. - - - rd, (9O4)273-5994. - able.wdh huge.grept room pvate eack- i' Consultation On
. 1.�-- -: ,,:,_...- -: r' locatedd ,on.ine 'Che"roee1Rickens CoQiinty - CYPRESS GCREE -' Near MaypqontElem. SOUTHSIDE -. Secrel Woods -all brck, yard, greatlor.enterlaining rLown mainte- , All Real Estate
' - 41E ' Line.'-ast 600Ht.irout streamlfrontage'in & Woriderwood."Nice 3/2, 2 car gar-.; 3,2/2, 1895 sa; Puilt 1987, 5284,900 OBO. ' nance landscapng:5319.900. Financing Needs.
advertising .rear.5B/4BA'hde, ool ,hot lubpastutre freshly : paitiled, ..new vinyl &. more. [ndeoendeht Brokers 710-3111 . , -WINDSOR PONTE.CONDO ' inancingNeea.
abce.:-ptedsubj t he . ' 4' wob ds" i.,ed '-.000 , Ron... 5.... 189900. - '" '" ............. . .. . Motvatei '"0siler 2R/26A,', downstairs -,", * - Rates

nnroZekh'J Metr -rke rGM (570273 WOLF n CREEK- / S condo AlmosI OWNER BROKER 3BR/2BA, San-Pablo u lirep ace woodfos 1ca garge. - s es ates
a] of t3'ato4i'.e..f-, . "bh , ....':" . ',,: ' "-eas t -A orand,.n'eW-w/.garage & many upgrades'. 8&-Beach, Newflloors. painlt rood, appiian- Oferedat'S144,900. . '.. l A 1 A : Best'Service ' ,
.. et.; ,j-K!- '-- $249,900. . "- . ces.-Below appraisal 982;7620g . .-- , . . SANiPABLO .C EEK . c' . / 1. I Best Solutions
ree', .,FSBO.B 94~(125 A. ALINGITON HILLS 5/2, nice starr S. A 1'JAX Bc ,'4/2, newly painted a35, 000.' 3BR/2.5BA,': corner - lot, exc. .condition. , MO GE * Crheck Rates
- reviseorreject b 369,000,.. Seller financing., Cal--ome; god er$14 9b . '655 .'- ' . ' close 'o beacheses& -ichools... 254,900.
.:i ar.-n-anva il 904994,29. ' ' HAR UR, ,SPING - 42' 2N 2 car gar." '.- "." ' ". " - . - ' "' - . Seller (opay $.1000 closin cosi .. .. ' * Get nfo
Pu.'h e .'re. . . .A . .M.i.t.. .Lots .nuts from Newer: area, very open beaut,'astohae ." DESPRATE , MUST"6Sellh. .Owner .t o r , JAt KSONVrLLEGEAC,' $, _ - Giet Pre-qualified
* Pulisherrese e.st'i g ".' . ite m. f tence .yrd, coy er 'lot. C se to lease purich'ase.beautilul home.ip Ponte' Upg added home 'onri Sah? Pablo Circle, ..
-to a i ..ne.....ds.ndle k. ho for a ,l schoolW.bedches. Reducedfo $214;,900.- d.Vedia Beachl i.Musi ave down m payment. 3BR/2BA home w/aoio master.' suite. RAY BREAULT President
ae.. Cp ep a OSt.f-- Ath e lstmace 6 l'L''e. .'. p. ncf r ow , 990 .- - F . ho ne...enced b ck ma-rc . ry,g likea this .. T ,'I2BR 2, A( . .


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NORTH CAROLINA
UNTAINS! !

LAND ABINS FOR-SALE
.PHASE II NOW OPEN,
,new mountain development
in Western North Carolina offering spectacular long.
range mountain views! 1 to 7 acre parcels starting
@ $39,900 to $99,906. Two lane payed roads,
underground utilities and beautiful private wooded
sites. New log cabin shells on 1-2 acre sites $109,900
to.$139,900. Single st6ry ranch or two story chalets
available. Call for free info: 828-652-8700


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6oitxa~d ^Ee,&n)B2aikch .gtoda^t 'Wlnds6nd4i - 3BA , 2BR vithfio

4BR, . l.nr4khome i ready howI 'opn.btalipliwith'rextra cabinej4 tc

ed4 h abi, Kington - Adrable B 2BA io
Open ki1than with. island, cori0n. hios L rfis. a tl e 9uye.'r
Ltre , so, n 4B" none pokihtt to downsize, .gv6e in
Le Srln B R, 2BA pool hdtie.y ywipnewcarpet,paaikt ppen kitchen
:>bea~t�Rnafifl Ianqlpt! Upgraded ' f'twith allkppllatces, open~deci. pnvate
spvet bedroma a ,6 ripctp d oeehdd ob '/d;'ct pool/tnni. 504,900.
s Il,, edorm. plan, fireplace.' Enj :y '. '-', - ' . ' . "
enIttainii you're su acous pool as ta, . : . ' : '. . - .


Only, $6K. down ,nb'ne' 2/2/+ lakeview, JAX BCH,' 2BR 1BA.upper, 2 blocks
. $209K, last onel 727-458-4230. ' ' ocean, $795/m'o.+ $500/dep.. Small pets
PR 2/o, k. Military/ senior discount. 214-B 13th
PVB, 2/2, ilat, end'unit, fireplace, gated e. N. 708-0731 or241-87 . .h
community w/5 star amenities, Lease/ op- . , - - - 8. . . - ..
lion possible. $295,000. Call Broker/ Own- -NEPTUNE. BCH, near ocean, renibvated
i erirj Killebrpw'4�3-1131. '. .' " .. 2BR, all amenities, avail. sbod, $1109/mro.
'" ww.klldbrewrealty.cm . " .247-1417... 1BRi near'6cean: $750/mo:.
GREAT OPPORTUN ' . JAX 'BEACH- 1 .' block' -to bceanri,'
2BR/2BA w/garagh', talk to the beach/ 3BR/1.5BA townhome,d CH&A WDHU,.
The Lodge, neW carpet & 'paint:/,Tenant balcony & patio, 520 S. 2ntd St. $1350/mo,
will, stay or go. Reduced for quick. sale, 51000 depoSit, 280-2728 li, message.
s229,90. : Colny - P..B TOWNHOUSE, 2BR/1:5BA, kitchen
904-509-6106.+. "- ' equip.,: wshr dryt, 4-bloqks :to -ocean,
$215,000-2/2, garage, all apple. incl.. Jar-' $750/mo. 425 Upper 81h Ave. S. Jax. Bch.
din De Mer, 247-4211. '. 2.46-1842. V
OCEAN .VIEW, JAX BEACH,, 3BR/2BA, 2/1, 201 N. 9th St. $700/mo + $700 dep
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open Nonsmoking; no pets. 216-9162.
Iloor plan! No dogs.. ,-$455,000.
Io)32500 (4)7N o . d 01. A 55,000. JAX BEACH block & hall Irom water,
(404)325-08.20, (404)7P4-601. ' "2BR/1BA, CH/A, WDHU, FP, $695/mo.
PRICED TO SELLI 1 br w/ garage The 904-891-0606or 352-478-2161.
Palms 149,9001 568-1613. FURNISHED DOWN to the- kitchenware.
. OCEAN .& PIER VIEWS, 0/2 71h,.floor, .1/1, long or short term, 1 block to beach.
1572 sf, garage, The North Shorp, , -Includes until & laundry room. As low as
$590,900, 568-1613 ' ', ' ' $1000/m'o. 318-0044.
OCEAN VIEW 3/2, upgraded appliances, FURNISHED STUDIO Sawgrass Beach
great south eand view, $474,900, Vanguard Club villa. $850/mo. Please Call 838-9598
Realty, 568-4818. between 9am-5pm








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ATLANTIC BAH/MAPOT AREA
1129 Sebago.Ave. So./ Qak Harbor
All new 3BR/2BA, 11le carpet, fenced yard,
no pets, year lease. $1200/mo. 631-3583
or 12-8868. . .
1901 Challenger CI..West/Courtyards
2BRi/JA lott, tie/ carpet, newappliances,
private courtyard, no pets, year lease.
$950/mo. 631-3583 or 612,8868.'1 *
S. 2BR/1BA, 2 blocks from ocean,'garage,
large fenced backyard,' upstairs or down-
italrs'unit ava ipble, $1100/mo. 866-2645.
TOWNHOUSE, NB, garage, 2/1,5, W/D,
'$1025, 885-0244.


MOBILE HOMES, '$500 tQ $550. on pri-
vate lots, Near Mayport'Naal Station, no,
dogs, 333-5579 '
LARGE EFFICIENCY, Apartr ent, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks' to Qcedh, very
,clean. No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219.
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,.
.2BRP/I1BA,'1, year' lease,' N.� peos,. 800s5.
includes .W/D $100Q/mo. ,+$.1 000/sec.
dep. 918A First Street, .between Bay &
Pine. Callt,46-8970 or 591-1218,. .


S. JAX Bch, 3/2, $1460/mo. 2 cleaning ATLANTIC BEACH, 1BR/1BA, lower du-
services Inc per mo. 655-3951. plex, 271 East Coast Dr., $800/ro.. In-
.. .. . . . ... . ..... cludes water util.,923-2545. -


I FYUU demand clean, newiy renovatedu
townhouse condo. Call 571-8449. 3BR
2.5BA. 2000sf, scr. tiled porch, ready (or
occupancyl.$1400/mo.

RENTAL- CONDO- MAYPORT
2 large bedrooms- 1 1/2 baths Including
refrigerator w/Ice maker, dishwasher,
washer.&,.dryer, separate dining area, fire-
lace I living room, newly carpeted (sorry
NO DOS) fresh & clean. Includes pool,
security system plus additional outside
locked , storage facility. $850/mo, lyr
lease, deposit & references required. Call
evenings 285-8325 or cell 403-9297.
"* '* ,1*


JAX BEACH Studio apt. $500/mo. Also
1BR/1BA $625/mo. Just 4 blocks to
ocean. All South Realty, 241-4141.
PONTE VERA TOWNHOME, Spacious
. 2BR w/ 2rmaister, suites, laundry hook-up
ahd half'bath o frst first or new ceramic
,tile & carpet, no pets, $875/mo + sec.
dep., 249-6150:' . , . :


'223BHpPKINS St, Nep Bch, 1BR/1BA el- LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
liciency Apt. 1.5 blocks I frorp ocean, blocks to ocean. Very clean 'No' Pets.
$775/mo. Lewis Realty (904)291q7229. $675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
'ATLANTIC- BEACH DUPLEX. 2/1, 2 JAX BCH, 3/2.5, ocean view.,$1450/mb.
locks Irom beach, Ig declk8.& ackyard, .185 51h Ave S 318-0044. . .
, WID, "sorage [oofn. $1200/mop�31'0-2121. LANIC BEACH62 Ocean Blvd
� _,__' _______'_"___,. __"" __ - ATLANTIC BEACH,' : 62 Ocdan -Blvd,
, -' WALK TO BEACH. ' 2BR/1BA, W/D included, CH1'A, tile' floor,
21 t..onhose, W/D included ^CHIA '- block to ocean. $1200/mo 1st last and
- ramiG lile,.approx. 900sf. 405,14th.Ave. S.,' security. 838-6333.
Jay Bch No'.petis. 5$825/moa $825/se.c..' JAX BEACH- Immaculate 3BR/2BA unit in
qep. k904)343-9908. .. ' r : '. ijie Palms, ground floor, laKeview unll. FIt-'
~.. ,- ' '"- " ' "- '. ' '. - ness'center, pools, Innipg,' lennis,, club-
.CLEAN. 3BR' .Townhouse,"1 ear.'ocean, fhousei& inorel $1250/mo. 904-372-9222.'
Neptune .Bch.. $1295/no:..Charles" Leo- , Broker. , , . . -
. ard, Broker, 241-7675. ' ' - ' ' ' ,
" "' T"":. -., .1 i .Lr - , I2 ' " ."-'-JAXBEAH"
311 NORTH 1st . La 2BR/1argeBA . New gA luxury owhme,
w/den, hardwood' ilrs., W/D,)CH&A, bloCk . . b " ho.s n,'n,':c'$1 620J/mo .rent', or
taom Town Center ,$.1200rmo ,27-7338,..i o1820tRent to Ow w/r6 asonab e dn.
S, , ; 904,8384133,' www.wiselljixhb'mees.com
-PVBrn .Vlla .' '�'' " ATLANTIC' BEACH; 2pR1.BA.-1ar~5pcobd
GrandCay Vias 2/2 $ 5%1 oor, 'CH&A, WDH . e', bloc. to
Dolphin Cove,3/25'$1350'14 9sf. ,:" '. ''ec, " t/ to ' re t:,i',Sb.. ,ti Ir
' .S ^easlde,/21$R203 230 f,' .' beach, 1st/ mo..rlBit.iSD... I ea
Ae.aside4/2 $ - l 9e. $900/mo.,,. Donna Fos .Re. Es-
, l : .1$;. 0,t.MA SH.lAN.ING , . . .'
MR_" .'4 'a�e,-,nc."246"4B6" ' -"I.
. " ' .A. ' .".'.- B. i . , - - ..,^
CLandi os at BelleRive.. New 2/w/gara e IO�. T 1''A -& 2B"DO
1 REGENCY AREA 1,'. 3hrt T"m, 'La S.ud.i
endall Pointd New,free dacae & Internet, Short Termn 'eases Studo - $850 per
2/2 $950 1,100sf ..- - -" - ' . . .. tf 1r
.. '- '" . . . .. . ''. TLANrCBEACH "h " " ' "' . nt , qq. q xtrema.ebeauntlulres-
r Z" 0 '" 1 's"t Bi'se 21', 91 Stanle .y.. Roa ' dencesor ose I,0. fQcevanj.er s
*' !, S/56s ..t Base '.9, g. '.a .. 'y.. ' . of oceanfJtort pppert,'-g t', prI-
S. . RVIN A . ,. \ate'swimma n pool,.w asriq/dryer..Stdlo
at ' .A dutiful 4/3,. ' 51500 - 20 " ' ,g.ant, d iu t . h Lat .. tu s
EAL EXECUTIVE 6 ' I: screen' stI rd nter s
, t .39l(904 6 l,4-88795 5 : -.
'' AX BCH-..'near' ocaanr IBR' unumsllead' OC. NF. . n', S -.
ap; a sea' rdfcnccens $72'5/q9 222 (' '"C. . I 3BR/2B cono n' S
S Ave So 221-4134. 703:55,a8,j '; - .. i -I qt, I-o I T
NEPTUNE ?;BEACH,' Su meri :ands' . sI2B 10/m;lou 0 'Realty, 2
STwnhbme,, .5W/D ga .poo l o .2 .1.141 ' : -:- - R
-Pels N qns 0.n s , APARTNT$,BR280/,27""; IR blocksfrom
':QCEANVIEW, JA BH' b'ach.$67/;for eh246748 f
S2/l apartment, 10)IS 16th Aveb: CAI JAX BEACh 1., & 2- bedroom rentals near
pHU Nq dog -995/r o 4$5o dep :.s oqe lr 25P 9 . 7? 24-3130..,
-21 NW Q1h �St. :1/1 apartment �Jq4g. : . $I625/mo: Broker/ Owner- 249- 87 66.. a m.. -Ni.2 tow? nei Oft ceilings,
. anydayl, .-. , .light & bright; haridwboo iflbors, 1 car gar.,
; - BEACHES 2/2 akefrpnt.view,,'maiy.ex- small.fenceqd ackya'rd,,8iblbock to beach..
Ids.- Avail imried'. Will.pro-rate 1st. $1495/mo.,ilelbe:t& s'.Call.'June First
n: th'srent 5'1200/mo 82-6 5: - .Trust r qai t,99'43 8"":.,-. - -
S. ATLANTIC _BEACH '4upIlex,.i2BR/1BA, .- - *- l,'-. ,, l _ ' L .
W. ID CH/A.; r'ehno'beahi locationh1 -block - .-b ''
t " iobeach, 4ie floorss; if'.-.l i od'ceiliings, " - ' , . . i.. -.
grear vibe, availl -,1/7.; $975,-+ deposit; STO.APA I ,J.
ra�s qd 290B , 4) r 6 168 fNT:
* E d PETU.N&ABi-BCH -sui.e'ao t .apltu tjesa '.Shrtiitases' *i
r*ald &cible.."A .' iewoI'6 h .nlh-Itfrac b t /h S $850'&orli/650-sg; r.' ,
"3 N ,.
-NB' '2/il'ppe,' ti -kitchaai' la g@ iv ni.1. E %'ey-u rid i n
Sroom,1nhewi'carp6et.&-,ti;li'$995/m6:jD ,0 4 h' q.,canyesof oceans
Mariagemei Sri s 4, j .e46 1.1 .ty d-,,ca.o- p :,aY
6 ATLANTIC Be.ach' 322., 3rd. SreItI, imiool, washer/dryert
S2BR?1 BA. 3 blocks Irm n Ie. Stu , L (B &FP.


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BEACHFRONT 1BR/ 1BA 108 Orange
St, Nap Bch, downstairs, 1050/mo Incl.
utll. (661)803-6275.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA condo Club
ool, exercise & morel $875/mo.
BR/2BA, $1200/mro. All South Realty,
241-4141.
NEPTUNE BCH 1/2 block to ocean,
2BR/1BA,' deqk.. large garage. CH&A,
WDHU, No dogs.. $1250/mo + 'deposit,
Call Trish 463-0222.:
PONT.E VEDRA. Bch 3BR spllt, 2BA, sin-
gle gar. Upgraded Including all new appli-
ances.'& monthly lawn care. 177 Del Pra-
do. $1250/mo. 1sa & last deposit required.
No pets," non-smoker. Avail Oct. Call
568-1983.
S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St, $795-
$895/mb. 241-7368, 733-3730.


JAX BEACH; 'east of A1A, 2/1, large up-
stairs. CH&A. W/D, private deck, $1120,
821-9751/ 803-3099.
WALK TO Beach., Efficiency $550/mo.
.1BR $650/mo., 2BR $800/mo., security
deposit, no pets, 12mo.-lease. 514-8530..


1-1/2 BLOCKS 16 Ocean. IstAve. South.
1BR/1BA:'.' $685/rio .,(904)891-0606,
'352)478-2161, ,


VILLAGES, OF Pablo( 4/2,. 2360st. FR,
DR, office, sunroom: $14501mo. TDO
Management. 246,1125., - '


WEST BEACHES, Ashley Woods, '3/2,
2100sf. fbrrqal LR/DR, iGR, open kitchen
�w/EIK 'area.- huge master , BR( BA,
$.1425/mo.'. TDO Management Services.
246-1125. ".' , * ' ' .. . . '..**, : *i " .


SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/1.5BA' 6 block
to ocean $1300/mo. 710-5200.
BRAND NEW construction, 4BR/2.5BA,
hardwood floors, granite countertops,
stainless steel appliances, fenced, 4
blocks from ocean, $2200/mo., cIll
Mark, 591-6976.

JAX BEACH 1719- 10th St. N.. 3BR/2BA,
1100as, 4 car garage, large screened
orch, fenced yard, all appliances, sprin-
kler 'system,, lawn service Included,
$1600/mo, Independent Brokers
710-3111.
ISLE OF Palms, 3BR/2BA, 1660sf, 2 car
gar.,$1550/mo. 14525 Luth Dr. N. Call
indy 962-3713.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3BR/2BA house,
1650sf, Ig fenced rear yard, pets negotia-
ble. $1350/mo. ,deposit. Includes pest
control and lawn service. (904)476-3000.
SOLANO WOODS, 3/2. 1600sl, split BR's
w/wood floors, ceramic tile throughout,
open kitchen w/eat-in-area, screened pa-
tio, $1700/mo TDO Mgmni. 246-1125
OCEAN VIEW home 3/2.5 beautiful home
1/2 block to the beach. All appliances.
wood floors, barber carpel, crown mold-
ing. Furnished or unfurnished. $2400/mo..
68-' 29tH Ave. South. (904)536-3308.
JAX .BEACH- 909 7th 'Ave. North,
2BR/1BA house w/screened in porch,
lenced yard, CH&A, $950/mo.
(904)891-0606,or 1352)478-216,1


WEST BEACHES, Ibis Point. 3/3 w/office,
2400sf., GR w/firepace, 'LR, DR EIK, cov.-
eed ;palb,; 'comm. pool, sprinkler system,
-i water softener. $1575/mo'. TDO Manage-
ment Services. 246-1125.


JAX' BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA home, 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. i$l1000/sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood. Rd. off Penman and North 12tn
Ave, CalI 24�-8970 or 591-1218.
OLD ' ATLANTIC. Beach, 1 block from
oaean.' 'Charrrlng french country style
home ,'w/dpek overlooking 'courtyard.'
3BR/2A;'garaged'and parking. Avail, from
Nov.'.,22.00/mo:Call Rick'891-2345.
, 2,0. - ,, .


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' ' , EA ESTATEINC. :
Stc-ron...ATradicion' Since 1884
WE RENT THE BEACHES DAILY ,WEKLY,,,MONTHLY, YEARLY


$:875' 713Belleza , Pone Vedra , , 1/1 . 875
$1000 412 The Palms ,. Ja Beach'. , . 2/2 / , 1156'
1000 793.Villas'of Marsh LadingJax Beach;. .': 2/2- -. ,1080
$1050 -.36 The Colony .: . Poite Ved , ' ''2, '1.100
$1)600'. 535Ocean'LLnk .'.,, ,,Podent-'Vedra' -. 2/2" - 1200
$1200 728 Belieza', '. *Pon"e Vedra. , 2/2' 1012
$J300 748Marsh Cove e Ponte Vedrai 3/2+10of 1650
$1500 9757.Rough Crele . Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC2/2 ' 1465'
$1500; 804 Temnpiton Lane .Pontle Vedra/Waldin Chase4/2 ' 1700
$1500, ' 1106 Valecia . lax Beach/Beach Pkwy- 2/2 , . 1356.
'1'6 O 744 Sunmm'erhouse 11 BeachPonte Vdra . 3. 2 , 1500
$1600'-, 1979 SpooiilbSt -.1Su Jax/San.PabloRd-. :,, 3/2' 1700.
'1750 '97 Voyger Court- Ponle VedrSawgrassTPC "/2. ' 1750
$1750 144 Sielby Cove.Court Ponte Vedra ' /2.5 . 2000.
$180 1 4rsscove Circile Ponte Vedra/Seaside. 4/3 . 2345.
$2000- 6033 BngewaLer.Circle Ponie.Vedra/V awgra-sT.PIC 3/2.5... .2000..
$2000-' 505 Seascape1 . lax .Beach/Oceaonfrot 3/2 . 1300
,$2006 .'j83. i'Hferon PlaceaxPabloay , 5/4 2850"
220. ..906 ira is .:" " A"-' antic i deach '. 3/3,. , 2050'
2260" 10302 ceanlbrande SouthiPonteVedra :3/3 . "2035 .
.2400 905 ..-,: 7 9. . 3/3' -, 2,444
,$2400 ''3to no '...' a ..?Valy .', -..., .3/2. , -�, 2460
''68- 2 ene Sou lax eah3/2�5 2- 32'
00 T ..o I . .IeV - , ,. , ,.100.- ,
2500'70 BeaCottage Lae, AtlanitioBeach ; ',4/4,, ,,2800
250 '1'brve Dnve Ponte Vedr-/ras/Mrhainr g 4/25 . 2 '
$2-00 940S*pariLaM Pote Sawra Chby t-- 3/ r265Q0
5 P politan . ,Jix qealj/Oceanr7 �: 0

0 31 i tt a Ha 'bPonireS aasiSawtr lu / ''2 ' 3800 -
$330w 72Ponte Vedra Id. Ponte Vedra n/o /- . 3000'
SR00 "oc549L A kd W.' . e - ,-e ../ 3308-
$4500 .1550Bech'A.eniue, ,',.Aiahc-Beah '4/35 .. 4020
-it s L41tit M , _.. -..rl
S 90 ) 86/ 882* a1800 lA EO 600'
$-I 00/wk49,TMonWay.North .-Sawgrass :Countlu2 9 1500
$3Q00/wk Deer Run ' ' ' Sawgras CQUrtv'Cluib3/2 1600
' he' olo ". '' . ."",Ponre Ve". d. ,1 , - . . ' 110 ..
9160 a;, ' 741..SpkinakT's'Ra .h Sawgri.asBeachClub,' EIf'I-- ' ." ' 700"
$'500/wk '253 ii, ed' ", . ; ; '! ' ..J - , IO&..P : oo it dd
l-.'iSpecial .iate * S.P'ontVeera , i4/25 2' ,100
$160,01 ,'SeaPiCole(3on6.. n.!."-.'A'l.an cB .each 2/2' .1.200,
*$'1600/wk'<2839.S; Pone" Vdra,'oof.Vecra, ._- 3/15 ., 1500'.-
1600/w-t.'kTh Retreat r-.: ; . .'.PonteVeci'ra/,ceanfrot.2/2. , .0
, 80I/w'Ocea'Maoiir , Pontle edra/6hanifroi -/2' '18 00
.26:000 .,t;asBnisps,- " . .Jax-Beach/Ocranfronu ' 2/2' :"'1200.
$2 Loggeheadtae ..' Sawgrass/PJyers Club'l :3/2.5 " 1600'
10i6'd0 isa iDe .'M . .':,',:axBeac h "Oc .ansiderh . "/2 ' - .,;1700--1
'$Z6O-A2011^Beach Ave (3rio torin Atantidc BeacV9caiifhl372.. 15W0':
'.$226'b0 Quail t'. :'Poi nt" nt *_aw'grass C,. t ,y . 3 ' .2 . 1800-.
$'2300 92"TifioiWay .Nof '-''SawgrassCoiaeuni Cluib' .3/2' ..1900.
$2500 .Peican Poinit. Jax BeaJ/Om" Ifrot ...2/2 .. 'A200.
$2500- .31 'ittleBay Harbor' SawgrassCo"tiyCub 2/2.5 - ,.. ) 1680'-
*$2509/wk,728 Oceah.ront .- D. Nepune.beach/Oceanfirtt ;32 5.w/gaieni6'
,$2 ''Yiwk2824 Coea+il e '' ,.Ao BbchcaroPoo164 40li /Q.
,$290''-.. ,,,. 6 . ,Sout ,, ., 2..3.5 . 2132..
$3000t. 1703 Le'ldmiark (7 mnino.) 'uax Beach Oceanftonit 1i:3/2 1'82920
$300 wk725.P.onteWedra Bivd .:PohleVedi/Ocnfroni/Po 615/3."- ' 3000.
133'Sea Hammock Way Pante Vedra/Oceanforit 2k2 1614

." .. ...' , I i
''0),_':3 ;tt Byharr lprop"rtle . also available. -
a l. sioly''.eebkly.and:Montil j.*: ' I8 ._
0 4 Call today to bookyur ne* voailol ' :

' "�1 1..574 PcRt'VedrM Bld.;
Ponte V .iraBeaC,'.F-, 32502

(904) 285-2882 e1 8400 FLA HOMES


h homes ' oia- NB 2BR/IBA totp.. , . Riverbrookat
Serena Point - 3BR/3BA, new floor large duplex, plus der lesss t . Dlen Kernan -Ho - dges ,
1 .7 .5BR/3BA brick home wlfenCed
top, floor condo, direct oceanfront block to bch. $1150/mo., backyirdcornr lot,2700sq ttwo cr
Sviews, amenities, garage. $3000/mo. ntracoastal West "' . $. l ' .
Oceanside 932 --JB 3BR/3.5BA, -Bishop's Curt - Hodges . o SBay-Sa Pablo4BR/3BA newer
condo has luxurious features, ocean .'," End units W/vieWs, home on water, upgrades throughout,
Sporch, sunset porch, garage. a ' l appliances, amenities. open floor plan. $1900/mo. ' '
$2800/mo. U. , .,. - -,. .nfUaished Condos
, $2800~/mo. l/BL: , round floor. $75/mo. ,Ln.
North Shore - JB 3BR/2BA, brand Bo, floor. 8 . Ocean..Lnks - PV
, new construction w/inciredible oce.' "'R/,-lBA. ground floor. $900/mo, 2BR/2BA, second floor, screened porch;
viewss , garage.amenities. $230Q/mo' Rse'e at Pornte Meadows ,- ate fireplace, amenities $1000/mo. ..
, Sawg... s - P 2BR/2BA,,h ,h. . Pea~ y2BJ2BA 2nd floor condo w/tile. Be eza - PV 2BR/2BA,, 2nd floor top/ S
Swood' deck w/lagodn-to golf course 'flpornupgrades,.balcdny.h $L095/mo. ' end unitvaulted, ceilings, all upgraded. '
views remodeled.,$1500/no. ,W ,eek - Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, 100/mo. ' '. '' *
Views, remodeled.,$'1500/ '. " ', ...., " ' Pans. at Marsh Landing - JB
Villages of Solano - PV - townhuse, all upgraded, screened Screened' -porch, tile floors, amenities. ,
, 3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft, por, amenities. $1100/mo. , IBR/IBA, 3rd fl66oor, vaulted ceilings.;
garage, patio. very neutral.and clean. iL Vilagio - Southside ,2BR/2.5BA $850/mno. " . :
$1450/mo. ' . :two story condo w/upgrades 2BR/2BA. 2nd.floor, top/end unit, ,.
4 434.9th Avenue N. -.JB 3BR/IBA,, throughout, amenities. $1200/mo. - vaulted ceilings; $1100/mro.
home has hardwood floors, allnew. Brightwater - Gate Pkwy . 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, w/wood floors,
- interior, fenced backyard. $1400/mo. 2BR/2.5BA, townhouse w/upgrades freplacepnvate garage. $1150/mo
_ Beach Avenue - AB 2BR/1BA2. '2 throughout, porch, garage. $1250/mo. -
r story duplex, ocean views, wood deck; Stonefield at Bartram Park - REtMAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE
wood floors. $1200/mo.' anarin 3R2.5BA, newer two Shannon Smith
-The Courtyards - AB 3BR/2.5BA (904) 285-5640
. pTh ate.updated uni w/ga3g/2 .5' story courtyard home, 1975 sqft, 2 car www.rentt s.com
private, updatedunit w/garage, patio,'www.rentthebeaches.com
balcony, overlooks lagoon. $1175/m. garage, aenities $1550/mo. ,

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ATLANTIC BCH/ Mayport, Spacious 3/2.
+bonus room, fireplace, fenced yard. pest
control included. No smoking/pets. Availa-
ble 10/3. $1150/mo + deposit 755-4038.
1649 LANDING, Nep Bch. 3BR 2BA, com.
lately updated, beautiful neighborhood. Ig
nced yard. 2 car gar. 8 RV parking
$1600,mo.. deposit req'd. By appt. only
(904)910-6052.
CUTE 3BR/2BA, PVB home, fenced back
yard, w/d, $1500/mo, Call (904)386-7792.
ATLANTIC BEACH; 2BR/IBA; Fenced
backyard; $850/mo.; Call (904) 249-2840.
3BR/1BA, 8 blocks to ocean, CH&A,
WDHU w/large separate utility shed.,
fenced backyard w/tiki bar, BBO pit Must
see to appreciable 820 3rd Ave. S., JB.
$925'mo. aoep. Must pass credit check.
Donnie 992-0088, 246-3690, 333-1822.
1365 SEMINOLE Rd., 3/2, CH/A, garage,
$1400/mo 707-9954.
3/2, ONE car gar. excellent schools,
many extras and built in tiled floors, first &
last, will consider RTO, leave call back
message, 247-5116.


FURNISHED BUNGALOW w/utilitles.
Long/ short term. 2/1. lanced yard. pets
OK. 4 blocks from beach $1600/mo. Call
Broker/ Owner, Kirk Killebrew, 463-1131


RIDE BIKE to beach 3/2 almost new con.
do, 1 mile Irom ocean. $1200'mo,
(904)708-0391.
2/2 CONDO in Jax Beach/ Marsh Landing
totally remodeled In '05, $1000/mo.
t904)591-6796
FURNISHED STUDIO Sawgrass Beach
Club villa. $850/mo. Please dall 838-9598
between 9am-5pm.
PVB SUMMER house. luxury top hloor 2/2,
rock star ameniries,W/D, no pets/smokers.
Won't last $999/mo +deposit, 755-4038
OCEANFRONT,-SPACIOUS 1/1. Furnish-
ed, pool, short/ long term. $1350/mo. 904.
737-2829.
VILLAS AT Marsh Landing. 1/1, EIK, paiio
faces wooded area, access from LR/ BR,
double fireplace, $850/mo TDO Manage-
ment Services 246-1125.


ATLANTIC BEACH. 2BR/1BA, spacious, 3BR/2BA SPACIOUS Contemporary style
secluded, lenced yard. $900/mo. +sec. Condo; WalKing distance to the Beach!
247-5311. $1200/mo.; Call 1904) 249-2840.


3BR 2BA. CHiA, 1800sf. $1300/mo Call 3/2 CONDO w/greal ocean views
472-3070. $1800/mo. 477-4640.


NEPTUNE BY THE SEA, 605 Cherry St.,
*3/2, 2 car gar, NS. Pets negotiable.
$1500/mo. +dep. (904)307-1905
ATLANTIC BEACH. Oceanfroni, 4BR/4BA
home, long-term rental. (904)354-4400.
INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA on
lake in Kensingtonl Club pool & morel
$1200/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
ST JOHN? Forest- New. lovely, 4BR/3BA,
3car, community pool and Trails, great
schools. Avail now. $1750/mo. w/garden-
ing. 1 yr. lease, Oct. free (415)302-0514.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR/2BA fully furnished. 1'
garage, lenced yard. Incl. wireless, in-
ternet, & cable. Completely updated. 3
blocks from beach. For photos e-mail ma-
riaeugeniarojo@bellsouln.nel. 5$1500/mo.
Long term lease. (407) 394-5858.
" NEP BCH 'large 4BR 2BA,,new paint, tile
& carpet with gar.. plus covered parking
for boat & RV, $1650,'mo 904-704-1828.


S. JAX Bch. Near ocean. 3BR 2BA,
$1650/mo, yr lease. New-bedroom carpet,
paint, Dep. 338-7353 or (919)358-0244.
JAX BEACH- 428 3rd Ave. So., 2BR/1BA
house. CH&A. fenced yard, $775/mo,
,(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.,
Near Mayo 3 BR/2 BA house with view ol
ICW. Fireplace, 2 car garage. Recently
renovated. $1299/ mo. includes all uillietis.
850-230-6006.. -
COTTAGE, ACROSS from. ocean, 512 1st
St..South. Jax Beach, $850/mo. VIP Real-
ty." 962-6190.
JAX BCH, 4 clocks from ocean, 3BR
1.5BA. CH/A, ille & carpets. new kit. cabi-
nels. $1250/mo plus.' $1100/dep. Dogs
30lbs and under considered. 514-4229 af-
ter 4pm. Broker/ qwner. , ,
INDIAN SPRINGS, 4BR/2.5 BA,. approx.
3000 st, '2 car gar., asking $1800/mo. +
$1800 . deposit.,: ready -'to -move in,
(904)270-8515. ,.
ATLANTIC BCH,. completely remodeled
4BR/2.5BA, 2-story w/ 2 car, garage, off
street parking & fenced yard. Near May-
port school, beaches & base. $1500/mo
+dep.' 869'G avagan. Call for appt.
(904)910-6052. _ . , -
3BR/2BA, DOUBLE garage, bnck nome,
.-screened patio,' inground .pool. Recently'
rerhodeled.iEast side of Penman. close to,
'schools. $1400/mor.;(904)631-1825.
PALM. VALLEY ,For Sale/r For Rent, 2/2


1BR/1BA W/GARAGE, travertine stone
floors, deck, new appliances, granite
countertops, nice: $950, 463-0505.
SAWGRASS/ OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA
w/loft as bedroom/ office/ gym. Pets OK
Resort amenities. Extras: W/D, ceiling
tans, fireplace, tile in laundry and
screened porch $1000/mo. +1mo depos-
it Call Bruce at 377-5051.
NEW VALENCIA, 2/2.5, gated, upgrades,
elevators, fabulous clubhouse. $1700/mo.
537-9008.
DECORATOR HIGH END 2BR/2BA.
ocean front condo, living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean w/balconv.
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
furnished, great amenities, including cov-
ereal parking, pool, hot tub. tennis, and
sandy beach. Call for more details.
398-9080 ext 21 1.
2/2.5, WATERFRONT, 1140 sf, W/D,
$995/mo, 1 yr. lease, non-smokers only,
543-9910.
1BR/1BA WATERFRONT Condo; offenng
a beach lifestyle with Clubnouse, Resort
Style Pools. $1000/mo. only: Call (904)
-249-2840.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Deerfield Lakes. For
lease, newly remooled condo. 2BR/ 1 +
1/2 BA, AC, security system. electrical ap
pliances, no pets. $800/mo.,deposit $800
(904)781-6528
3BR/2.5BA, 1700 si Ocean views from
MB, garage, CH&A. No smoking, No pets.
$1700/mo. 1208 S. 2nd St. 655-7365.
PVB 1BR 1BA, Summer House Beach.
side, 5 star amenities, lakeview, granite,
stainless steel appli, Irplc. $1100/mo. Call
553-9886.
.LUXURY NEVER occupied 1/1 Condo,
Oceans Edge, walk to restaurants, beacn
& shopping, fabulous kitchen, lake & foun-
lain views, pool, club, house, gym.
$1200/mO. Call 612-9943
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
vated, $1100/mo. possible lease/pur-
chase, (215)598-7488.
NEWCONDO,.1BR, East of A1A Club-
house'. & fitness room. $1300/ro. Cal)
708-2867.
PONTE. VEDRA ocean grove completely
renovated 1BR/1BA; screened porch, lake
view, jated community, $850/mo: Susan
(904)514-7150.


$1650/rmo. 2.5 acres. 904-339-0231. Own-. , ::-;,, ..-:*
'er.-Agent www.dare2dreamleam.com ' PVB OCEAN Grove Cbndos -1BR/-1Blh -
NAVIGABLE' WATERFRONT-' 2654'. Jew- Pnme Ike View,- W/D, screened patio,
e'Rd. 3/1, brick, renttoown..1200/mo. cable,' alarm. Cub house/ pool facities
* VIP Really, 962-6190. i . pnvale .beach access. - $900/mth.
"" -"_________.____�___"____-__ , (904)704-7907.
JAX BEACH Hpolly Dnve_,3BR_2B&.2 .car. "
Si.'g'arBageT.E oRard, 'M50/mbrrieposit,' PVB, .R/2BA,- sT.,-'00,ndrlndor-,tint.
o-61,-45278.r jen tu ka.La, ,iiiDj ,I.L.L - i garaged .firNpTi neiV /3 g,,vaulaed.p,,ojligs
. .. - .2 waK. beach ,quiet .ocatoni $10001 o
WEST BEACHES,' Sutton'. Lakes, 4/2, '.904-742-0508. . ' -.
::'2300sf. .Formal' LR/DR, .Fairnjly . room 2BPA N-RA ATA wlernt
Sw/fireplace, carpet, catl'-ceilings .fenriced B/25BA INTACOASTAL' wiertont
yard' $1450/frio:'TDO'Maragdmernt" Serv- -condo with spalaccUldr vieW,P'end' unit,
ics. 246-1125. '' 'nwly remodeled,. granite,- ia verrine. new
. .26-112"'- '1'. "- ' ' appliances, no smoking/ pets."-$1200/mo
PVB. IN . TPC, . 3BR/2BA townhouses, without boat.slip,-S1400/mo ,,/o6at slip,
' 1475s1 ' .. garage,' � W/P; -.. fireplace.. 613-2715.. ,: . :.
- $1'495/rio. ' ..Steve.- .'Shaughnessy, F N TE N--
904-5370570- .'Piareview -' , al AX OCEAN FRONT NEW CONSTR
ww I steueshau hr essy.co .' 3/3- 2,471s51, '-designer- .nfinises,-.. huge
ocean 'lanai, 2 pools, club, fifess center,
S-,3BR/2BA-E. 6f3rd ;$1600/mo 'Allnew 616-1527.- . - '' ..
6 - 'house for rent,;'ss appliances, .W/Dgran F.ONT
'ile- hardwiqd flors- "11 tw-blodks from - AN new-3/3 garage,pool,
the' beachl245 North SL273.7338: "consider ease option 6-months-. plus,
.., , .'-. - .. ...'-' .. .' -'9$2575/mo.'568-4818 .., - .-
PONTE VEDRA Sawgrass:-Players Clbb R '
SBemdaCourt2BR/2BA"paitio home BRAND NEW OCEANVIEW luxurycondo
$1,150/'o 655-599. : - ... ' ' 3/2,'.2,grage spots, pool, spa, $1795/mo.,
... ' - . � - 631-0679.-- " -. -
.'JAX BEAC-H, 3BR/2BA;tile.flobrs, updat- - ..,pr .S mr : Ho "
.-edTbalhroom ,new' cirpe C,'No.smoking..I. ...- S -- Hu
-$1250/mo +1o0007de'p. 673-6335' 607 ' 2BRd2BA $1050/mo�';1slt mo. $525, 904i
60 3 , ,...." , -' - , .. . . ' 687:-9371 , .- - ,2.7 - , -
.' .. ',- .: . " -. " ': ,' ;-.. . "_-:' _.:~~ '. ULI.- J- .;. -rex "-acn ' -, , -


. ATLANTIC BGH: 3BR/1 BA ill dew 'inside,
,. $1000/no, 925:'Salfnsh.;"76-r776076::; :
ATLANTIC' BEACH Tonhbuse, .1; blk. to
ocean: 3BR/2.5BA,' 1850sq. ft., 'available :
now, 2-19-2481.. - '.'. , - . '-
JACKSONVILLE:BEACH
, 3/2,- 1 ar garage i$1795/mo:
ATLANTIC BEACH.
" '_- ' '':,'CYRREEStbOVE" - -- ..
' , '. 3/2 houhe $995/m6. o
. PONTEVEbRA'
S' '- . "'LANDING -.
: '/2,2 bargarge;3$1175/mo..

COLLINSWqOD- OFF GIRVIN
" 3/2 house, $1395/mo.....
SAN PABLOCREEK .
S3/2, 2'car, garage, $1195/mo.
-OUEENS HARBOR
Executive ho/ne- 5/4; 2car gaiage,,
, , , ' $3300/mo'., - , . .
KERNAN FOREST. .
2/2,1 car garage; $995/mo.
4/2, 2,car.garage $1395/nmo:
VILLAiS At CROSS CREEK
3BR/2BA, $1050/mo.-'.
WOLF CREEK. " ,
'3/2:5 fqwnhouse, 1 car gar $1350/mo..
.. THEVALLEY' ,.
2BR/2BA, $950/mo.
- DANFORTH '. ..'
I. 4BR/2BA, $1525/mo. . . ,
HAWKINS, COVE
,4/2, 2 carar,, avail. 1101C $1525/mo.
SSOUTHSIDE.
DEER COVE '
3/2, 2 car garage, 1425sf, $1195/mo.
SONOMA SOUTHSIDE'
3BR/2BA. $1395/mo. "
IRONWOOD-ST. LUKES AREA r
4BR/2.5BA, 3 car gar., almost 3"000sf.,
$. $1900/mo. '
ARLINGTON
CARLTON AT OAK LANDING
.2/2.5; 1042sf, $895/mo.
. MERRILL PINES
S2/2, built 2005.1000sf,,$895/mo.
.:2/2,1125sf, bliilt 2005 $950/mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4/2, '2 ca garage, 200sf, $1450/mo.
' .VICTORIA LAKES
3BR/2BA, $1295/mo..
TIDEWATER'
.4/3,3catgar., $f825/mo..
4/3, 3 car.gar. $1795/mo.
HOMF-FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711. ,
3BR/2BA HOUSE' Ihtracoastal West: 10'
min from beach. Large -fenced- yard.
$1250/mo. lease/ purchase. 992:0940.:
PONTE VEDRA- EAST OF AMA.
3BR/2BA+ office, 2000s1,, 2 car garage.
Courtyard pool, lawn/pool service Includ-'
ed. Pets OK $1900/mo. (904)703-0242..
ICW NEAR San Pablo Rd. 3BR/1 BA,
LARGE lenced yard CH&A, WDHU,
$950/mo. 2.41-1857, 246-0248. .
NB, 2BR/2BA, 2 houses 'lrom ocean,
lanced backyard, garage. $2000/mo.
861-4416. '


SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/2BA, 2 car- a-
rage w/ opener, 655 9th Ave. So. New tile/
carpet/ paint, approx. 1400 sq. ft. Fenced
yard. No smoking. $1350/mo. rent, $950
deposit. (904)860-4875


.-3BW/2BA; WOLhF.,reeR; Heacn -.BlvO,
Clubhdus;-.'Pool, Fitness;$1200/ao. Call

';AX-BEACH, .2BR/2BA; -.plit'flo.r plan
Sfireplaca '.1028 '4th 'St- .N.;,blgoks :from
beach.-;. $1050/mo. 728-3000 (days),
786-757 (eivbnings). . ' : ...
JAX' BEACH,'.New,3BR/3BA, Northshore
Cridb's," 1126 ' N. 1st 'S.1colider 7mo.
lease $21o0/mo..904.614-3128!
IBR CONDO -$800/mo. in The, Palms at
Marsh Landing. '2"communiy. pools, tan, i
ning.bed, tennis'court, fitness roorn, and
mrhch'.more ' Minutes away'- "rdom- the .
Beac iLMayo Clihic, 'and -UNFtICall 904-
322-8255.'Leave message if no answer.
2/2' OCEANFRONTCondo, 7th floor.,Oce-
ania,. Condos,- $2500/mo.,' pool -.&. gym.
Available October. Call Seana 910-3644'.
1BR W/ GARAGE) The Palms'$900/mo.,
568;1613 -- - , , -," - - ' - _ .
2/2 :..OCEANFRONT Condo, .Jax Bch. .
$1800/mo,, Garage/.pool/ gym. No smok-
�.;-lng'.Call 724- 694._. .;' .. t .' .
OCEAN ,FONT :2/2 .fumished, w/ W/D,
S1800/t9; 386-5008. . ' - .
FUINISHED, PVB, 2/2, flat,'gated, com-
munity w/5 star amenities, east of A1A
$1500/mo.' Lease/.'Option available.. Cqll
Brbker Owner, Kirk Killebrew,'463,1131.
PVB COLONY, MOTIVATED." 2BR/2BA,
1200sf, fireplace, ,W/D, 2nd floor,' new car-
pet, huge ceOilngs'$1125/mo. 635-6375.
,,P-VBQ 2SUMMERHOUSE, brand" new,
2BR/2BA''W/ffrepiace and appliancess.
B-star, amenities, .gated communityty.
$950/mo 'Kimmie: 904-333-8604; Avail im-
m e d ia te ly ,r . . . . . ': "
LUXURY CONDO directly on Iritracoastal
In MiraVista w/garagea 3BR/3BA, 2050sl,
$2275/mo.' Boat slip available- Call Jay
343-1897.
1 MONTH FREE RENT
2/2 new condo in PV Bch..2nd floor,.frplc.,
washer/ dryer, pool, spa & gym. In quiet
gated community. $1100/mo...Call SteVe
(904)838-4367, '
VILLAS @.MARSH Landing- ,2BR/2BA.
marsh' view, screened, porch, fireplace,
new appliances, .fitness, pool, ."gdfed,
$995/mnpo 247-9727. ,. ..'
BEAUTIFUL SUNSET Views. 1BR/1BA
The Palms $90b/mo. Call-Ron,654-6223.
: OCEANFRONT ," . ..
JAX Beach, 3/2,' pool., .180b+'snq.. ft..
$2500/mo. + deposit. No pt,'; No'smok-
ing, 904-463-2006.. .:
'PVB.",IN..-TPC, '3BR/2BA townhouse,
- 1475sf.:, garage, W/D, ',fireplace.
$1495/mo: '- . Steve , Shaughnessy,
904-537-0570. - ' .PrevieW' at
www.steveshaughnessy.com I
.V. SUMRHUE 'B A B.ch


PVB SUMMERHOUSE. 2BR/2BA, Beach-
slde. End unit, 1-story. May give option to
buy. $1250/mo. (904)612-6532 ...
OCEANFRONT
1BR/1BA, pool, fabulous, upscale. You
are worth it. $1550/mo, 249-6166.


OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes & condos From $500 per
weekly All South Realty, 241-4141.


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IINR'E: ESTATE QF'
'.NGELINA LQSCO MENTE,


', NbTICE 0FACTIbN.
BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURSING
,IN RE: The license to practice nursing of
, i


TEACHER ASSISTANT tor'Infant room.
7-11am or 8am-12pm; must be reliable,
patient, and ,worK well with cnlldren & oth-
ers;1851 Beach Blvd.. Jax Beach. EOE.
242-9645


DEPE


S. p Dceased. . ' Liza C Russell, L.P.N person'
Q'OCEAN' PARK SUITES" . "" " 5042 Sharon Terrace s 415
LuxUfur nshed -1 & 2aBedroom SuItes NOTCE TO CREDITORS Jacksonville, Florida 32207. 24-5
HI hQuall King Beds. ..,LjUY
S: qu pp c Kitns' . . The'.edminlatration of the estate of AN- CASE.NO: 2005-69302 lionist
" 2nd Street & 5tn"Ave..South , GELINA ,LOSO',' MENTE, deceased, LICENSE PN 332001 . I--
. wWocWalan tkItei.lt om 0 whose, atepf, death.was May 16, 2005, Is a Ad ' PGR
SQp ' i 44' - pddlne Id the Cirult Cou for Duval The Department of Health has filed an Ad- for Po
' ."unty FloridNTa o Prbate Division the ad- mrlnstralive Complaint against you, a copy AN
,,OC dENFROQNT RENTAL 0drssCc f whIcR is' DuVpl, -County Court- ofh which may be obtlalned by contaclng bea
4/4BA 'weekly, monthly, yearly., Call house, -330: .,.Bay Street, Room .101, Ollie Evans, Assistant General Counsel, $15r.
(904) -8269. . '. acksonville. FL, 32202, The names and Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cy -
a' ' addresses of the'Personal'Representative press Way, Bin #C65, Talahassee Florida
S.' JAX Bqh.. 2BR9,, fLlIy'fumIshed, ocean-, and the'Persondi Reprbsentetve's atlor- . 32399-3265, (850)245-4640. 'e
'front condo. Monthly/ .W eqkly. 241-0267.. ne areset orth below . ' " '
vyww.rentilckpQoivlllebeach.com ,' yarl 'set below. ' , , II no contact lias been made Dy you con- weeks
S . " ' " i .' ''.... . All credltors'of'.the d'cedertl and other corning the above Dy October 25, 2006. and.S
*NA 1 p 20.ersons havign clgimg or demands Ihe'matler of tne Administrative Complaint Com,
'against decedent's estate on, whom a will be presented at'an ensuing meeting o avail
MIBNUTES FROM . Mayport -Naj 'Base. copy of this notice is required to:be served the Board, of Nursing .In an informal pro- One I
quiet community,, lpriv (e., &, beautiful. must file'their claims with'this court WITH- ceed)ng , , L,
235-930;.- ,-, , ' --' 'IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER ' ' . ' , obs
.-';. ' THE1TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION In accordance with. Ihe. Americans. with WorkI
TWO FEEMALES. looKing jSor'.3mate. OF THIS NOTICE OR 30'DAYS AFTER Disabilities Act, persons needing a special RELI/
'$650 4-1/3 fees and uti lties Exclus lir- ,THE DATE.OF SERVICE OFA COPY OF accommodation to participate in this pro- in " ,
aidstar'gtod;-pbl ;t, heltf.icub, THIS'NOTICE ON THEM ,* .<' ceeding should 'odritact the individual or 994-1
walerQron w/marina -vewRomhaswn , . - . . '..' agency sending this notice notlater than BOO
Sbathroom; orand new large unit 2700sf. All other creditors of the decedbntand seven days prior to the proceeding atthe. -Re
." - (904)463 2845�. '.. "- - l'.' ot"pher orsos having claims'or 'demands address-given on the noicd. T telephone: 'ea!
CLEAN QUITE ,0 mi.n tb beachO.d.dg, agia.i ,st tl decedent's estate must file (850)245-4640,..1-800-955-877 (TD or' D a)
c3er:claims, with- hsCoirt W iTH N 3 1-800-955- 8770'(u V),' via Flo noa Relay
al.coho| ,.ree..40D d -ep,...33 .24. -. ,MON.,HS.i FTER THE DATE OF THE Service.. , ogy,
,I.' . ~-'IST.PU rLICATION OFTHIS NOTICE.' . 920; 9/27, /4 10 1/06 r t
g - * X.- , .' ,, 'BL g/2-O 9/27, "10/4 10/111/06 ' , ' ' 'staten
B, LBAQl A kEFRlON1T'.Hdrid:, ,a*..ALR lOaIMSNOT FILED WITHIN. THE '..". ' - month
3AfM.Bc/2 i. EFONT hm e 0B. 12 TIME PEI ODS 'SET FORT-IN' SEC- ' ' ' '" ' ' ' . pos.
AfIhrtic ,BcI," . $375/mo.+ 1/"2 .rt ,ies- .TION ,7'33' 02 OFTHE FLORIDA PROV cs'EI
Avallable0citober'281h,"',249-4646.i BATrECODE ILLB BAR- �'rnane
NEITUNE: B.CH- h 2 4 9-o4 to tent RBD T ' I fO "I ' LOST WEDDING .ring at M.IchlersBepch, hIr/we
'3B^.1BAri^ hbuse,'. Sq0m ", 1/2 tiitibs " ' ' ' . shalQw water, near public access,..(ve 0241.
962-0329 ' " . ... : :. ' ,: ' " ';~ '; - I � ' TV i N STA N fI3N C. T .H F TIM E P EI' sfn abil dia'm bndd S: original ow ner w ilt pro-
. J~ . -, .,�I.O..,D ... S~r : =Ei , ='rm ' ',FOF D, E; ANY CLAIM VAds aepictreto finder snd'a $250 reward P/,..
.:�, ' J' Ero, wI FILI'.TWO"(2).i'EAFj 0O MORE AF- .20.603 860-5521. .. - , ' "., ,' rv20 h
� bah 3-,,4 .t "$TER' "'THIE;', D EQ8ENTip ,PATE ,OF, ' ' '7 ' u
T.-WO ~QIS fort-r tepin atlttrp'h'ome' DEATH IS;BARRED' -. -..'ay
. waohaiOr' bnt.'CLos .to the b h',1h, ailt.i.-t- way-
4" 6/ IaO 22D -11I7' V o' The dateoi he fIrst pIubllcloh ofths No AMEI DRIVIN, AA MY oSiar or fa
S 'To m tt,* ....'!. . . .'2-1l 'i'.; ' l isOctober.,f f 200 .. .. �,or drvl Ing 'career today, Offeting. co-rs -
Sks rool ate to - l . Q .,... .A..Q iItlon eeMa .pay-,

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h(90 1 'reyr Fersqnai Represenve ment tVnan .etCS- VE E

JAX B-.CH, walklta bh oo , .T7e. ,' . , O- 27 ed tTr ni ng' 'Sercvie 51i" oo- VETE

ped rooro p. va 'n.' .- 500 n : ," ' '.... , .'. sass Trael, Lecanto � orida 34461. - j. . -
S2374354. .. ' . - P sonI epsenta tlye'.' '- ty
-,i .51, - . T E PIS"W/' A^o g ne.... � .... .... 'a. ' , T ,E APhST W.ApA'owledge . n n ed lw.
..�. , . '.-,. , , �.E " ... , �. . to tech r7'yir.old gh. nctk onng', .a lstlc , .
AP..... .~ it bfice' oo 1'32 ", ,- _ MATH TUTOR; . Experie ced, Cehftii1d'. n'.r


-NDABLE, EXPERIENCED Sales-
n to work at furnllure consignment
10-6pm, 2-3 days per week.
558.
SPV Salon has opening for Recep-
Evenings, Saturdays. 285-7776
FRIDAY, clerical and project work
onie Vedra office. 273-1669.
lYMAN NEEDED,. Large home
ch condo. Approx. l15hrs/weeK, flex,
r. 904-536-4330.
NURSES
ends 7pm to 7am and every other
end 7am to 7pmr every Saturday
Sunday at a Premier Retirement
unity Health Center. Applicantions
abie at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
Reet Landlng'- Blvd., .Atlantic' Beach,
Fax to 1904)246-9447; email to:
@fleetlanding.com' EOE/ Diug-Free
place
ABLE HELPER lor Moving.Company
Jacksonville, Beach '- 249-9395.
269. . ;
KKEEPER/ SECRETARY needed for
Estate Ofice, 'Ouicloook experience.
esume.273-4848. . .
TWICE FINANCIAL Manager/ Neurol-
handles all of the followingg:, pt. billing
vables &. payables), month, end pt.
nents, month- & year-end pt. reports,
h- & year-end practice financial' re-
.A/P, must have kr)owledge ol Med-
ll/ .Medical' Manager,. deals with all
lale aspects. Fbl protice, '20-25
ak position. Fax reasuse to 242-


DRIVER for upscale' retirement crqm-
y. C L required with P'endorsement,
ruis per, week. Apply.within 'The At-
Retiremnent Community 9960 Atrium
,for;directions please 'call 724-4726
,resume to 721-3972,


;RINARY TECH needed. (or high vol-
etcllhlc'.'A east lyr,,..experience; re-


i" Competitive salary, "excellent ben-
Faqi-.reumrne to 246-3061 or call
:p15. fortrhore info. -Beaches 'Animal
,.9.7-BeAch Blvd. Jax Beach.
POLICEPATROL OFFICER,
of Allantic Beach. MustLhave current
enforcement certification acceptable
r"State ol;Fl'and be'neligible to com-
Florida' training and certificaton with-
nonrths .o hire. $16.75/hr; $670/wk.;


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ACROSS
1 Brightness
6 Crow
10 Head
coverings
14 Important
vessel
15 Lacking
manners
16 Algerian
seaport
17 Not wide-
spread
18 Having a
part of
19 Philippine
language
20 Painful
22 Aftershock
24 IRA's
. location
25 Proof of
will authen-
ticity
26 City in
Califomia
29 Elected
official
30 Place for
a ring
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To: Ll'dieniAlaenzdTbop -t l ' -a g auciiains YOU 'iauin -io 11 101101
. denlanzoToey - demanded Iri teriotce set fohbelow
TAKE NOTICE that aplea'ding'seeking D ted ' Ap 27,2006
relief against' you was" fled' n the 25th D ated ,, ,. ,
day o September 2006.in!the above-enti- s/Olga Suscova ... '.
tied action.: Notice of Service of Process a- s) vPlain s): . .'
by Publicallop begah on"the 27h dayof Olga Susova, Esq. '
September 2006. -Thehature of tthe relief ..75 Se. hSt t ,
be.in �Utlis as f-llbws. - -0/8 WeSt Oin street
being soughtis as follows. Brooklyn, NY 11224 ,
An absolute divorce based upon more 718-26-155 . .
than oneyear's separation. NOTICE: The nature' of. this action Is to
You arerequred to, make defense to dissolve the .marriagebdtween the an-
such pleading not later than dNovembhr 10s. es on he. groun ds. DRL �170(2)- Aan-
2006, and upon your failure to do so the donment. .


The relief soughtis a judgment of absolute
divorce In favor-df'the plaintiff dissolving
the mahlage between the parties In 'this
action. The nature of any ancillary or addi-
tional relief .,demanded Is: Maintenance.
exclUsive. p6ssesslon of the marital real-
dance and Its'contents, life, health and
disability Insurance for the benefit of the
Plaintiff, an equitable distribution of marital
.property and/Or distributive award: counsel
fees, experts fee;.and any other relief the
* court deems'fitting and proper.
BL 10/11, 10/18, 10/25/06,


parry seeking service against you will. ap-
ply to the Court for the relief sought.
This ,the,27th day.of September 2006.,
Edward Y Brewer
Attomrney.for Plaintiff ' ,
Davis & Brewer Attorneys,
PO Box :786
Clemm9ns NC 270,12
BL9/27, 10/4, 1.0/1108 ' ,
IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR I
DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA.


, VENUS DISTRIBUTION Center is looking
' f6r. Pickers/ Packers. If y6u'llke working In
a'fest paced.' climate cohtrolle'a" environ-
mernt, .you'll love- WorkIng :In our:'ware-
,'house. Warehouse experlencd a plus.
FUll time'or part time.' Call our job line at
0645-600 prompt,2' We also take applica-
tibns in our-lobby.,at ,11711 Marco Beach
-Drive from 9am-14p0iMon-Fri. EOE ' '


,WEEKEND SECRETARY/ . Receptionist.
SHaraage-Gldddes Funeral Homre In, Jax
:'Bch, has a' position available for a week-
end secretary/ receptionist to join their
Steamn of professionals. This Is's multi-ta'sk
position 'hat requires 'working every other
,weekend and occasionally- in the eve-
nings. Must be computer literate. Respon-
siblllties Innclude answering telephones.
preparing materials for funeral services,
light'housekeeping duties, communicating
service Information to client families, and
directing families and friends 'for visita-
ttons, Intbrested parties should e-mail re-
sumes to rgs@hardage-giddens.com
14/F/DN/DFWP
, REAL ESTATE LOSING COORDINA-
,TOR. Preferably w/ Real Estate License;
e-mail. resume at
firsttrustrealty@bellsouth.htet


showroom sales dutie,'bs heeded'at .,
well established'.narble arid granite Im.'
porter located,'at the beach. Knowledge of
stone- riaterials and design helpful. Salary-
and benefits, negotiable upon experience.
Fax resume'lo 241-3204..
WILLING TO educate' highly motivated In-
dIvidbali'lor career in financial services,
call Janet., 707-1263. ,' .
HOUSEKEEPERS MONDAY-FRIDAY.
Seeking responsible reliable- Individuals. '.
Must be 'bondable. 'Serious Incluiries 'only.
Leave msg at 716-8824.


BEACHES .CAR Wash- full time help
needed. Wages negollable+ tips. Benefits,
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd. .
LAWN/GENERAL MAINTENANCE at i
Beaphes ,area condo. ' Salary based on
experience-'and desire .to work..'Benefits.;.
Call 904-550-9946. ,
PAINTERS WANTED for custom' home
p, painting. Transportation & experience re-
guired: 6B5-9249
'ELECTRICIANS HELPER- needed In
beaches area for swimming pool electrical
contractor. No. exp.. necessary. $8.00/hr.
Call David 759-7328..,


Cy" redtly hiring for:
Flex PT/FT" House Aide
Spq. er
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Apply at: greatjobs.marriott.com
-Or in person at:
4600 San Pablo Rd.,,
Jacksonville, FL -
223-1700, ext. 610 .


Perfect�Part-Tinle Jobl--N
(Full-TimelToOi) '
Homed Clearners
* $200 - $400/wk.
SFlexible Daytime
Schedule
* Work Near Home
� Own Transportation
.Required

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minor
accident
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covering
44 Fashion
46 Sound
from the
bleachers
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divisions
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back
54 Tough
fiber
55 Hovel
56 Singing
voice range
60 Prefix for
circle &
'solid ,
61 Hiding
place'
63 Actor David
64 "Wanna
make _?"
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substance-
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, scholarly
corrections
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present at
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residents
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measures
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item
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whale
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7 Pealed
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9 Social rank
10 Domestic
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passer's
treat
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13 Keep olie's
mate awake
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device
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25 Political
division
26
Accomplishment.
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counterpart
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senses
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pretf
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Selassie
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period
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walkway
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a fur
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favorable
conditions
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India
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Back.
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wild
54 Graceful
animals
56 Plant shoot
57 Hot spot
58 Hawaiian
goose
59 Last parts
62 Island







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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


October 11., '2006


F.T HEP WNTE 51


FORSAL O


NEIGHBORHOOD YARD sqle, 'ena of
Stacey Rd (South Isle of Palms), off San
Pablo Rd Sat.,10/14, Bam-2pm.


AN EXCITING P.V. Salel Grea t houselui
ol anlq lurn, mincl: Tall VIct beds, dressers,
tiger maple period chest; settee, lots of
oak, barrister's bKcase, morel Roseville,
huge set Limoges. SterI sets Prelude,
Eloquence. Old doll. Waterford Colleen.
Civil War clock Flo blue. willow, morel
Jewelry. Tomato collect. Art. Golf cart
Nos @ 228 4lh Ave S, J Bch @ 8 am
Trius Aher 8-15 go directly to Sawgrass
Players Club. A1A S to PGA Tour Blvd.,
give name @ -gale Take 2nd R to 104
Water Oak. Thurs, Fri 9-4 CHINA CAT.
241-0344', chinacataniiques.com.
;ESTATE SALE
Cypress.Village, 4531 Silverberry Cl.. Fn.
Salt. 8:30am-2:00pm. Many outstanding
linds. 3 plece'Hooker Entertainment Cen-
' ..ter; 2 Sheriill,:solas, Ekorness recliner &
ottoman, 'framed. Florida art (some ongi-
, hal), Grandfather Clock, Regulator school
clock,' lamps,'r'china, ' king"'bed' spreads,
bddks�,. petite:..clolhing, 'and much more.
Butler, to .San. Pablo',..1, blpclk 'north of
SMayo, left cn'N:M. .Davis Parkway,,1 mile


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40' BOAT SLIP for sale, excluSive Har-
bortown Marina. 5164K. 463-2845.

16 FOOT Caiiola,Skiff.,w/40np Suzuki and
trailer $1,o00 OBO. Call George 226-8700.'
BOAT, STORAGE ' In PV. Visit
,www.,MarinaClubPV.com ,
12FT, AL.UMINUM, Boat w/6hp: Jonnson
motor, runs great. $900 QBO; 246-201.1'.
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BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbonrown Marlna,
40' with water & electric, $500. 463-2845.
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MAXUM 2000 FR2, excellent condillon, 2000 MITSUBISHI Diamanle LS. 118K
ski's Iroluded. Asking $14,900. valued @ ml., fully loaded, excellent condition
$17.000. 1904)613.5854. $5000..673-2871


2004 HONDA Rebel, 3300 ml., windshield
& saddle bags, sale 51500, pai $41000.
241-0361.
2006 SCOOTER 150cc. 4 stroke, 800 mi ,
listed $2995. sale $1495., 241-0361.
. ITI , ,gI
2003 NISSAN Murano SL, gold w/ tan in-
lerior, loaded w/ moon root, maKe offer,
1904)372-9052
1993 FORD Ranger, 106,000 miles, looks
and runs greal $.1400 OBO 2462011
1990 FORD Aerostar van, power every-
Ining, digital dash, dual A/C's, $1700
OBO 504-6840
03 GMC Snerard custom van, 50,000 mi.
factory warranty. 15 seats, 36,000 mi,
bronze, $18,500 OBO, contact Brian at
356-0731



196.7 CADILLAC Coup Deyille Conveni-
ble.. See pictures in web: htlp'i.home-
'page.mac.com/purduelim/PnoloAlbum4.hl
ml. Serious offers only, Jim 249-4292.
1995 THUNDERBIRD. great condition.
teal green, $3700 OBO. 343-5373.
2001 WHITE Jeep Cherokee LTD. 76.400
miles. Mini condition, sea Auto Trader ad
for photos and detail. $7,795. Call
904-285-9006. '
1976 MERCEpES 450 SL Classic, dark
Sred, 'beige leather, 2nd owner. $8500
923-4080.


1991 'SUZUKI Samurai, new tires/ Iromn
shocks, extra computer module, ignifer,
and relay. Solid 'ride,. soft lop, $600.
(904)333.0242.


2006 MERCEDES SLK 350
Silver w? black Inlerior, nard top convert,-
ble, fully loaded, AT. 9,200mi., $49,600.
Call 571-9821
1962 CUSTOM converted VW rail buggy.
$2500 OBO. 2004 Master Tow low dolly,
extra wide, $500 OBO Leer camper lop.
7', Dodge, blue. $300 OBO 725-3553 or
699-4445.
1999 WHITE Infinili 130, exc cond.,
65,000mi, new tires. $7495. 285-2317
2001 MERCEDES E430. garage kept.
48,000 ml., beaulilull $23.500 568-6705
1994 SEVILLE SLS loaded, runs and
looks great $4400 537-6853.
'92 4/D Cadi, runs greal. AC, sunrool.
oveiraul motor & trans, must sell, $1900
OBO. 223-0003
1985 RED Corventte, T-lop. auto 90k
miles, beautiful car. Must sell $9000 OBO
Call George 226 8700
1996 BUICK Century. 6cyl , auto. PS, PB
this-is Granma's car. 75K miles $1295
249-7802.


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.SEWING' MACH-IIE4F Repairs. Complete. ,TWO "M" PAINTING
tune-up.;All. makes, alW models, $49:50. NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
24.1:-2,112. ,. repaint. Residential arid commercial Men-
______-___ _~.,_lon_ thisad: 246-1529.
'WELL-DONE. . .......~ �a q . . .e .,.pa.irs:.


,WELL-DONE 1 CLEANINtG ,and -'Repairs
Sevlces.I" Do" you 'need .your home: r of-
lipe cleaned. or repaired9: Please call',
(904)327-.8658.'" - . ." . - ' .: 2 , I
ASAP 'CLEANING, move outs & rentals,
566-5313. -, " r' ;'.! � . ! . :". ,.


-MASSEY ' APPLICATIONS-. 'couneous,
corripeieni & compehlitie, pressure' wash-
- ing, painting, drywall repair,' texur & wall
coverings.'25 years 6xpenehce. Lic., in-
sured, rels. 403-7389, . ..
SAVE NOWI .Interior & Exterior: painting.


. ' . "" . . . '.' -. .'-- , .. :. -,-, - - -- r . ... . . BEACHES CLE G ,,- Presure. washing.-19yrs. at Beacnes.
I' ",'ionl[he.rlease.yilE W ,,,.e-baptisthsr alt . . ' ' . - Re i dentia, o. rnmecla . : ~ ut Free Esimales. 881-4223.
. '. , - . cleaning, arid cohst'r�IcIo' clean ;up' ,Call WYMAN'S PAINTING and, PRESSURE'
.. ' . . '- . rfteeestimafe.:7,18-5471. WASHING COMP Y.' n.15y 'rs. .expen-
: -EXQUISITE GLEANING SERVICE. ResI 221-4117..
"..deni a Sl rtijpg �,our 6)j e ea . oui.,neds CUSTOM'PAINTING'& Repairs by Dearin.
. . . SE IEE PER NE EDED i.w6ami, CNA..10: ex home - eRT. INE.'-, &G floorin-g cut ,locally CLEANlnGK SERVJCE q r'- p riiHome or In s eoJ buNess & esinientil Fullypes
lies. Duiie include cleaning, cooking spe oare and house i nanagerrm.l. L carfpo. p irom an tique Plre limbers. Large quantity He l. re isd& uinss 309 47e
cial. rojec ,-.erranrids,...some, child care vide 24 noiriday dare4 Total car.q..--rid wi.icredile dark, pain. Li #ST5903. Ice om b 4,cleaningsg 1 censed insured. 309-4720.
N6n-soker. Mist, have on transportt' tansportail of ' aiei eferences an Florida.art ood 49-8310; : ouy ge ee. Call'or morenfo .- OUALITY INTERIOR .& extenor pain ng
- on $1.0/1'r.307-9107, 246-8190 ., . . -- backgr d.aai le(904)885-2200. - -- . Glen Keller, licensed '& insured, cour-

FON.- S RECERTIN I FI.CE '. .. , O S-tieous & -ependable, caller id e.estimale
frontO N pDESK 2 H Y IC -"d.-t-,,w,. . .. 591-4007
MANAGER". . .i .-=,- internal' ...i lo . ACSILL -A j . . . . R CoPimerulal clean-up. Seno discounts . _________________
-Ice .Fu 1 ap tl seretaiEa tcercal 6 IF POU U RIErS urEdeR.E 'Bu n "on ' , 2 860. A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING, INC. Top-
. and suppdortfMp aunlqe.,setg Ex-. 033 o freel V$20 k'.karmaeffect.co or call FASTI'DEPENDABLE house- cleaning, gcarenlrv wood repair. pressure washing.
~;r iperiece dareq s orulrn tb sw in o .cm "("904)759-79 . . . ' aoab rates'experenced andreer Licensed/ Insured; Free , -estimai es.
computers;,communicaOs an pubAe- . ^-' .. ncsSu 49-6162 .- .- - "
. : lallons.Must beenhtnuslasiq,.depqndab .le, - A,. . ,,n - .. . Be 7, tr ust -.. '-, n 'u, <4 * "�.. 4" "' " '. 8 - , , -" 61-9500 . ', -
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a nghs aal s2a:-b"'al 2 -0� 1 4 (8)300653A C".C' . " UC 'pgradel Cl Nowl (800)318-4039" . .IpaperiDa...


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ARE .YOU TOUGHENOUGH TO HUL BRAND name quen se, ABSOLUTEAUCT.OEsales fences

, waningto^ ream HorrVe W iy' T .(904)858'93p .Y" ' ' ' . ' - ' lionel Park' 'Toensend TN S urday 0-. '2 aa Now cc pringiin.' . 1
..enelsCall (800J4?80343:w lr , CUSTOl:SiANEDglas windowsls , etc R O18021 1:0-am;'-1 ' * 0 4' A) 3 ft h 29 - .54

WE HAVE drivers proceedd o,,ear BED-.KIN mattress set, 289... an de ' " 35ys Epeerce.References. M k Our .
56,Q hs yearl.How muchn wlllYo liver.(904)39q015... AUCTION HISTORIC Springfield Homes door Eite risesE241-7276 838-9599 '
wee iy. A T IND EXPRESSL PEL'NAlINEDI grss ,wndow . " theater .VieW ealF properties -
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FULL TIME-' ' Recep"".sonissData En- " ' S OE' " .,S" .' ' - w w " w' ' , " M 6 *f.i i ' ' '"ersche ndre e ' . 409
30 year old consulting com anylc led ' C, n r eib . r,858-3 - AUcTION 2,500 Acres Timberland Bladen www.stoppingftreelosurefas0co4.- - 59.
, onHodges Blvd-a ia2s seek lg a Receptiorn ' - , AMON UEGE E N- c in 2C.TO-a(24 o'as







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'w E n tional feanc ann a poi te ps eaking 'm.'a5 r. ' lMe kch foab.let ' al , Ointo '1 C l c S ale l ''

- .' & day-.Friday, 9.00sld 6:00-Please e-mail PEDES i iT bl e wDA'on e no hd t 'leswmmbgl p lor pupp� _ s. Call.Kan cPtolns,'hose calls lra'npinge, ,- IA lu h iah nd,~,n T el.. m od esti -
your.res me tomal. @balescompa.cin m.o.ran .Lin ... O NO" '.I' . t.._ .r:742-3L315. . " "�'E w sls ,lraphi cs.Free ia- eF. p�i521 5C62a. l . .--
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6 week asignmentl. o assist In',fealth,Cehn-
ter 'Activities Dep rtment,. 40' h6ur,' Week


2 NICE twin mnattress/,ox sels-.w/frames. SCARLET KINGSNAKE non-polsonous,
$75ea.,Cah deliVer 246'1832..' " , '.�'red.nose. Call, snake-man. 246-2105.


with some' weekends required. Experience LIKE NEWI Lincoln eaeclric weldb, $175; ' IF YOU re Interested In advertising under
in long-term 'care ,envlronhnent .preferred, Kobalt. upright 150psl- compressor, $175; . this cate ry please 'call'904-249-9033 or'
Applications available ai Fleet" Landing 'Hqslqvarrn 20" chalh,saw; $5275 full-size' emall-bla'ssllied@beachesleaedr.com
Security 'Gate, One Fleet Landiri' Blvd., truck louvered.alum.', Iailgate'$ 5300; Yo-e. .
Atlantic Beach.. FL 32233... Fax' '.10. kum dilamogd 'ut Idol. box, $300,'2006 ... . . . ' "
(904)246-9447: Website: flee'llarnding'com , Ford F350 6.0' dieSel, i1.t,000 ml.i $41,000. 1Iidr*_ -l Er.4l0*,
email Ito- jobs@fleetlahding.com EOE/. Call today 50 -6629/., * , , '.' ''I I lI.I ? BII I
Drug-Free Workplace.. . '.. " I '..'_ _ -* ,.'_ '., . i ' .b ";n VONLEA ANTIQUE 'M i: '8.8101 .Phillip
* I- ' --'--' .... 1- - ." , '-., -ICON TREADMILLEin.'armolre'w/ bUllt-in . H 'at Bavmeaidows; .fall 1estival sale;
BONO'S BAR,-BO Neptune. Bch Is ac- ' TV. inclines. $695.285-4769., . "13 through 15th I parking lot sale Sat.;
cepting applications for experienced serv- 'WHIRIPOOL WASHER- 'Dryr '$75/ea holiday y en'rtanlning'dembfhstrations 'Sun:,
. er and cashiers. Happy n person .pm 30 ay warranty. Deliver, 20. 318873 greasavings al. weekend.
,' *- *. . *" -_____992-..q70 '. : . 'r. ' . . " "


CARIBBEE KEY looKing tor experienced
S Lird' Cooks Apply, in' person between'
10am-4pm M-F, 100 ,First.St. N.. Nep Bch.


' WASHER & Dryer, $175'for 0oth '2 1./2 ---' l
ton Rheem A/C'. copiddesr' and 'air han-.- S E, ,'o'bve, much mre; FIii
dler. good Condition 945-0226. '. '- RC Q'm'n m R.1R tihAve n "
&Sat, am .1 1 6t


d POOLCLEANER.'Expe FILL IRT-'Cheap-D ponds ree for HOSEHhOD CLOTHES and ,misc
w'valid .Florida Driver's .Lic'6nse Experi. dinr.Cali 497.9666"' ' ' . H 2 lOU h'SIN. SaidaT E a
erice. helpful bulwill train. Good salary & BED- FULL-SIZE'cherry sleigh bed,.
benefits. Apply: Surlside- Pools. 313 w'*madtless &box spoling, Mustsell.'$395.'. 10h EVANS Dr., Frday.&mSaturday, 8am-
Beach BIvd' 246-2666, or Ix resume: ipmnearSeabreezeElem.
249-8801 e-mail' surfsidepools @aol com' Can deliver (904)8589350.
JOURNEYMA TLE and stone installer BED BEAUTIFUL Temppedc'. Memory ' SATURDAY 8AM-2PM, 652 9th Ave. S.'
MUst YA Iha MoAn, d enmption F ' Foam 'matress &. boxsprrg, new in Hou'sehold items, etc.
position, top pa,.'476-3086. ,' plastic "w'.warranty. -.$379. Mus l sell ,TWO. FAMILY, size 16-18 Womens
poson, op pay. . (904)858-9850. - , clothes," furniture, luton, Sal, 8:30am-
"....4PC. BEDBOOM $100..Sieeper sdla $50. 2:30pt1,9 San Pablo Cir..So.. '
Recliner $50. Wood dining table 700 BLOCK 9th Ave. South. Friday and
DRIVER .YOU want I wehave i iSolo" w.6 chairs $500: 249-7816. " .Saturday.


leams, owner operators,.company .rivers,
students; recent grads, regional, dedicate.
S*ed, long haul. Van: flalbad. Must be .21.
CRST Career Center. ,1800)940-2778
www.diivelorcrsi.com .


ALL CASH candy' route. .Do you earn
$800'day? 30 machines, free candy. All
tor $9995. t888)629-9968 B02000033
Call us: We will not be undersodla


SUCCESSFUL MARINE construcllon
business/ assets lor sale. Barge w/ trailer.
all tools. Owner relocating 285-2100
VENDING ROUTE- All Snacks/Candies.
Drinks. Energy Drinks Tool All Brands All
4 Sizes. Greatly Equipmenl. Greal Support
Financing Available with $7,500 down
Tom: (877)843-8726 AIN #B02002-037.
15 YEAR established Atlantic Beach Hair
Salon $28,000. Call 248-9781.


ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
transportation & references $9-$11/hr.,
any area'. CPR & First Aid. FT & P/T.
260-4915
BOWLING FAMILY Daycare nas 2 open-
ings lor 1 yr. olds starting October 15 For
Info call 220-6050 or 476-4251.'


AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877..' ..


RATTAN GLASS-TOP,-DR .table, round;:
oval wileaf, ,6,'clalrs on wheels $450. Bed-
room dresser w/hutch; d esk w/chair $200.
Bedrdom suile,' dresser,' chest, 21 night-
stahdr,d circa. 1950!,$250. Can 'be seen,
Octl . 124, between 9gam-12pm. 'Dolphin
Cove,19 Ladytish Dr. PVB


INTEX:EASY Sel Pool. 24'wide X42"deep...
soft sided above' ground pool. lyr oldl, 2
extra pumps lone is brand new), skimmer,
vacuum, chemicals. Costs over $1000
new. Will sell tor only $400. Call
(9041504-0791.
KENMORE WASHER & dryer, wnile, like
new, $325. (904)613-5854
FREE DIABETIC supplies Medicare pa-
lienisl Call Us Toll 'Free 1866)294-3476"
and receive a free melerl Am-Med Quality
Diabellc Supblies


SOLID''OAK Queen bedroom set In-
cludeS roundedheadboard w/rattan inlay
design, . 72" six plus drawer dresser
w!rounded mirror' and rattan Inlay, .two
2-drawer nightstands, four drawer plus
storage Armoire Good condition $500,
992-f214.
OAK IHIOME Office Equipment: (2) Ille
cabinets, lateral file, desk, work table.
chair, $150 lor all. 343-0161. 241-4950.


�a IP
MOVING SALE: 236 4th Sireel, Salurday,
8am-ipm. Furniture, art, dishes, books,
music, eic. .
SATURDAY, 8AM, 1786 Selva Marina Dr.
Furniture: toys, clothing, more. ,
MULTI- FAMILY Sale, 1850 N. Sherry Dr.,
off 191n St In Selva Marina, Turntables,
amp, skateboarder pants, 4f1sh tanks, tod-
dler bed, great kitchen sluff, fabric, beer
making equip, anlilues. Sat., Oct 14,
8am-lpm
SATURDAY, SUNDAY; 8am-2pm, 1232
Galapagos Ave. S.. Baby Items tboy). Wr-
niture, clothing, householdd.
YARD SALE Saturday 8am-12pm, 307 4th
SI


PLANT SALE, 1 gallon peacock gingers
and san'sevieries $2.50. A: few peach,
white, and yellow butterfly gingers bloom-
Ing Cool weather perennials, ferns, hang-
ing baskets and more. 17 Guano Drive,
Palm Valley Friday. Saturday, 9am-2pm.
403-3735.
PLANTATION OAKS, Neighborhood Ga-
rage Sale Saturday, 8am-noon AlA S. to
CR 210, approx 3mlles on right, . -


QUALITY HOME Repair .Painling. Wopd
Repair, Pressure Washing and more.
17yrs. experience Licensed/ Insured.
861-9500.
HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements 'and miscel-
laneous )obs DAVE. 246-6628
HANDYMAN- DOORS. Trim, Decks,
Painting,- Slucco, misc. Quality Work
(904)755L6898.


ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL
Specializing in kitchens, cabinet', balh-
rooms, tile, doors, windows, toned wood.
lermite damage, root leaks, drywall,
decks,' etc. Honest, top quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
(904)710-3784.
REPAIR GUY, INC..
'SMALL HOME & OFFICE REPAIRS.&
MAINTENANCE. 334-6091.
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, carpentry, waler proofing, pies-
sure -. washing, -tile : work. drywall
904-241-7023.
HoneyDoBees'. i
No ob too big or small,
if your hny can't do it
ctll theo indymne6 who 'do itl i
SComplete renovations, turn key
service. All'types flooring, customm
tilework, carpet repdir-& installa-
tion. Pressure washing, co.struc-
tion & deck"repair. Drywall.repair

debris removal.

246-4203
Licensed & Fiully Insured.,



S: " NELIGAN: '
C CONSTRUCTION
- ROOFING'DIVSIO I x
ROOF R'PAFIS ..Re-Rdofing.- ra it :
censed' prolessioial. See our ad,: under.
Remodeling/Consthcicion:'- Slate aCertfied
.,Rooter #/CCC1325888."' Meibaer' 'BBB
247-'3777':.All'credi':cd-rds' 'accepe. . .. - _


.IN NEED' of-anew ropf. .hes.tale..
Si lob Ve 'saisied
,custoier;,PamlaVfWesthelerr . . ;'_
ROMANOO. GUTTER'SERVICES

ROOFING:, :IN-TOWN pnces�, @::.e .0
SB'ach. ' .-25yrsc- 'Veperinncqe.::'88-9908".,
'CCC1326983:, ,' ''" '
-:R. R ANO:ROOF NG'SERV cSf
. 3erooflnew r6ot, palrs all'types5ql rqols.
Mention this ad.i1 $16'$.00 scoul't bri.all
rerotf. 'or' repairs oe --$750." Gall
246-564 " ,
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'ByJDLEiSfiS K f i BI '': :.:,CRYSTALPOOLS'Pqbl Cleanlnig. iarting, , 'r
' LESS SMMR;LawncareFr ee est]-- .at *$25/wek +ohems License-h, sured . *
mates. P'rfbessiohal customer servicece. 537,2801 ,'. ' ,, .C
'Mowing. edging, wejedig,1'timmlint- trees, . '.- .; oura
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Fall tennis league has players in the swing


By CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
Seven Beaches organiza-
tions are taking part in
the USTA Junior Team
Tennis Fall League, with one
of the seven, the Huguenot
Tennis Center in
Jacksonville Beach, being a
relatively recent addition.
Five of the groups are in
Ponte Vedra Beach: Sawgrass
Country Club, Ponte Vedra
Golf and Country Club at
Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Inn
and Club, Marsh Landing
Country Club and the ATP
Tennis Club.
Selva Marina Country
Club in Atlantic Beach is
also participating in the
USTA Junior Team Tennis
program, part of a national
program that's been in
Jacksonville for at least nine
years. The city-wide program
has been coordinated by
Jacksonville Beach resident
Diana Gardner for three full
years.
All but the Huguenot
Tennis Center are private
clubs. Huguenot became
part of the program two,
years ago, when local USTA
coordinator Dede Allen,
executive director-of the
First C'oast Tennis
Foundation, and Gardner
met 'with Jacksonville Beach
Parks and Recreation
Director Jimmy Wilkins and
assistant city manager Roy
Paxson.
"We showed them the pro-
gram and said, 'This is a
great spot. We really need to
havetsome teams here. This
is our track record. Thisis
how .many kids are playing.
You can play right here at
the Beach.' So they were
interested," Gardner said.
Jim Watford, who succeed-
ed Joe Fortner as head pro at
Huguenot, was excited by
the prospect.
"I've got all these kids
ready to play, so we'll be
able to put teams together,"
'said Watford.
The Huguenot players
come from Watford's after-
school clinics. He's coach
and captain of the center's
two teams.
Most of the players play
out of their families' country
clubs. There's a league fee of
$30 per player, and all are
asked to become USTA mem-
bers. The cost of junior


membership is $18.
There's no additional cost
for the junior teams that
play out of the Huguenot
Tennis Center.



Since I play in differ-
ent ladies leagues, I
get around the see the
pros at the various
clubs. My face is al-
ways in front of them.
So I'm constantly see-
ing everybody, and I
always tell them that
you never come off
my mailing list. So
even if you're not in
my program, you're
going to learn about it.


Diania Gardner
Coordinator of the USTA
Junior Team Tennis program

"I take the kids that are in
the program and put teams
together," Watford said
Monday of his teams, one


U14 and the other U18.
The program's divisions
are made up by age and
skill. They are U18, U14,
U12 and U10. Each division
has three different groups:
novice, intermediate and
advanced.
The Jacksonville program
has three seasons: spring
iJanuary-Aprili, summer
ijune-August) and fall
iSeptember-Decemberi. This
is the fourth fall for
Gardner, who has completed
three cycles.
"Not all groups have all
the skill levels, and it
changes from season to sea-
spn," said Gardner.
The skill level determines
how high a youngster plays.
A skilled 10-year-old, for
instance, can move to U14.
"If a club or facility does
not have a particular age or
skill level, we make arrange-
ments on the local level to
accommodate those play-
ers," said Gardner.
The fall and spring seasons
are the Jacksonville pro-
gram's largest, in terms of
turnouts.
"Many of the other pro-
grams In Florida actually
have their largest season in
the summer," she said.
"Summer is our smallest sea-
son - but growing. We had
250 players this summer."
Gardner thinks there
should be more sites.


Pnolo b CHUCK ADAIMS
Diana Gardner, who coordinates-the US-TA Junior-Team-Tennis
program in Jacksonville; works at 'a junior tournament at the '
University of North Florida Saturday.


Prolo .u'bm.nred
14-and-under junior intermediates who play for Huguenot Tennis Center, onr the left, and the ATP
Tennis Club, right, pause during a match at the Huguenot Tennis Center in Jacksonville Beach.


"It's a growing program. I
have 25 sites currently, and I
can identify at least 15 oth-
ers that should be."
In addition to Huguenot,
the program has other pub-
lic sites such as Boone Park
Riverside and Orange Park
Recreation.
Gardner expects to top out
at 510 to 520 players in this
fall's league.
"The fall season is always
big because there are a lot of
summer camps. That
becomes the feeder (for our
program)," she said.
"One of our largest partici-
pants is the Williams YMCA,
which has 10 teams in our
fall program."
Gardner said the
Jacksonville program grows
as new developments are
built.
"We try to find out who's
there, who might be the
contact person," said
Gardner. "Palencia probably
will hop in soon."
Gardner and her husband
Howard have lived in Floricda
for seven years. She won the


area league coordinator of
the year award for USTA
Florida two years ago and is
this year's nominee for the
national award.
"When we arrived here, I
played on a C team at
Huguenot," Gardner said of
her own tennis skills. "I now
play pretty much on B
teams, such as B country
club team at the ATP, B
working women's league at
the ATP and in a Beaches
league, which happens to be
an. A league."
Howard Gardner assists his
wife in running tourna-
ments. The couple will work


the fall sectional tourna-
ment in Daytona the second
weekend in December.
"It seems like I'm always
on," said Diana Gardner. "By
that I mean, since I play in
the different ladies leagues, I
get around to see the pros at
the various clubs. My face is
always in front of them. So
I'm constantly seeing every-
body, and I always tell them
that you never come off my
mailing list.
"So even if you're not in
my program, you're going to
learn about it."


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