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Vol. 44, No. 34
Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach since 1963
by LIZA MITCHELL
Three years of legal wrangling
ended Monday with a unani-
mous vote to allow Home Depot
to occupy a vacant KMart build-
ing in south Jacksonville Beach.
The City Council voted to
amend the original 1989
Planned Unit Development
(PUD) agreement for the South
Beach Regional Shopping
Center to permit the sale of lum-
ber and other building materials
Of the 100 or so in attendance
Monday night, 13 people spoke
against the PUD amendment
See HOME DEPOT, A-3
to go to mediator
by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF WRITER .
A Special Magistrate has been
approved for mediation
between Wal-Mart and the city
of Neptune Beach regarding the
citys denial of proposed Wal-
Carlos Alvarez, an alternative
dispute mediator with a back-
ground in land use, has been
approved by attorneys for both
the city and Wal-Mart .to hear
the proceedings. '
The magistrate's role is to
decide whether the city's actions
were unreasonable and whether
the city unfairly placed a burden
on the property owner.
"It is the magistrate's task to
focus on trying to get a resolu-
tion," said Neptune Beach attor-
ney Chris White.
By law, the city of Neptune
Beach must participate in the
mediation. However, the deci-
sion of the magistrate is not
binding. His purpose is to see if
a resolution can be met and
offer recommendations to both
"He's as fair and impartial as
you can get," said White.
Neptune Beach is also respon-
sible.for bearing half the costs
and expenses for the mediation,
although White says they are
typically reasonable, though he
had no specifics.
EATS FOR .7
Photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Bash, the annual
fundraiser held by
Beaches Habitat for
[B.E.A.M.] at Casa
enjoy food provided
for the event by area
Photos by CHUCK ADAMS
The Fletcher marching band kicks off the high
school's homecoming parade Monday along
Third Street in Neptune Beach, where young-
sters, right, such as Rachel Samuels, from left,
Emily Aicher and Christine Copeman pick up
candy thrown their way. Door decorating and
voting for 'King and Queen were held at
Fletcher Tuesday, while Snarl, the homecoming
pep rally, starts at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The
Homecoming court will be announced at Snarl,
as will the Senior Superlatives: Best Dressed,
Best Looking and so on. There's also a bonfire,
permitted by the fire department.
* "Pit 0iilay. host" to' PdW. faO its ,!eomr m-
g ai'amei, fiirhi begdls at p.m. Friday. The
Homecoming court will be on the field at half-
time, when the King and. Queen are
JB to automate trash pickup in spring
JB to automate trash pickup in spring
City will absorb extra
costs and not bill
by LIZA MITCHELL
. Residents in Jacksonville Beach canr
expect a change in their garbage col-
lection by next spring, city officials
The city can also expect to pay more
on. the second year of the five-year
contract, with additional adjustments
possible depending on fuel costs and
other factors. Those costs will not be
passed onto customers, but will be
borne by the city, according to. Public
Works Director Ty Edwards.
A monthly fee of $0.50 will be billed
to the city for each residential and
commercial accounts beginning in the
second year of the extended contract.
"Each year, the costs [to the ci']
will increase based on the increase in
the Consumer Price Index (minus
fuel). There is also a fuel adjustment
provision, where fuel prices will be
reviewed quarterly against the base
fuel price at the start of the contract
term," Edwards said in a memo. "Costs
will be adjusted downward or upward
In the same memo, Edwards said
that "subject to unforeseen events, it is
anticipated that ... garbage services fee
rates to our residential and commer-
cial garbage customers will not
increase during the 5-year term of the
Currently residential customers pay
$16.21 a month for garbage service.
Forbes said he hopes to begin phas-
ing in automated garbage pickup in
The City Council approved 6-1 to
extend the existing five-year contract
with Southland, Waste Systems which
will switch from manual pickup to to
automated twice.a week collection.
The city's existing contract for twice-
a-week pickup expires in December.
Mayor Fland Sharp cast the sole
opposing vote because he said he was
not convinced that the benefits of the
service outweigh the jump in cost.
The current cost for manual pickup
twice a week is $2.7 million a year..If
the city stayed with manual collec-
tion, the proposed cost jumps to
$3.168 million annually.
Automated collection twice a week
will run the city $3.401 million a year.
For the automated system, a 64-gal-
lon trash can with a hinged lid will be
issued to each household in the city.
The can would be, lifted curbside by a
truck with an automated arm.
The service schedule will remain the
same with twice weekly pickup of
household garbage, and yard waste
once a week. Recycling will be collect-
ed once a week but the schedule will
.be divided into five zones with a dif-
ferent area each day of the week.
free to all
The Beaches Area Hiitorical Society
will host its Fall Frenzy from 5 to 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the museum and
archives at Beach Boulevard and 4th
Street North in Jacksonville Beach.
The event will feature children's
games, activities, a treasure hunt, face
painting and trick or treating.
Costumes are welcome.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission to the museum and park is
free and the event is open to everyone.
Call 241-5657 for information.
by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
Nassau County should contribute toward
operational costs for the Mayport ferry,
according to a Jacksonville City Council sub-
committee appointed to look at funding
Jacksonville City Councilor Art Graham,
who serves on the subcommittee that met
Tuesday afternoon at Jacksonville City Hall,
said funding from Nassau County is a key to
'the ferry operating in the black.
"If Nassau County decides not .,to partici-
pate, you could have a rate for residents and
non-residents [to ride the ferry]," Graham
said. "Nobody likes these kinds of things, but
you can pay for it up front or you can pay for
Currently, fares on the ferry are $3.25 per
passenger car. The ferry runs across the St.
Johns River, between Mayport fishing village
and Nassau County.
Another funding option is asking the
Jacksonville Convention and Visitors Bureau
(CVB) to contribute to ferry operations,
See FERRY, A-3
Parking garage eyed
for fishing village
. FROM STAFF
Developers for Mayport Village may sug-
gest a parking garage to solve the parking
problem that is expected~to result from the
intense development planned for the area.
Vestcor, a development company which
owns a portion of the riverfront property in
the village, has plans to redevelop the area
with shops and condominiums.
Although it has not been officially pro-
posed to the Mayport Waterfront
Partnership, Senior Environmental Planner
and Project Manager Edward Lukacovic said
he has heard that the plans for a parking
garage may be in the works.
However, the proposed garage must still
meet the architectural requirements of the
zoning code and Lukacovic has asked that
the developer present design concepts to
the partnership early so that the partnership
might make suggestions.
. . K..., --.
Photo by ZA MffTCHELL
Participants brave brisk temperatures and
windy conditions in the annual Making
Strides Against Breast Cancer Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach. The walk is sponsored
by the American Cancer Society to raise
funds for the treatment of breast cancer.
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AROUND TH I IBEA S
The Department of
reviews plans for Estuarino
. i.The' Departmenrt . 'of
- Office'of Coastal'and Aquatic
'.Miiaged Aeas is .reviewing
the manage ent.plan for
Guana Tolomato ,Matafzas
National Esti'arine UReSearch
Reserve, including th'elleUicer
Crek- -and. G.tianai- River
Aquatic Pres.rye, . .'. . .
Pblic inmeefigs'aire planned
to receive input.bi howv to best
safeguard :the ;area's -waters,
-DEP..offic alsa sajd, - gobA is
.m .,,,r 0e. e ... .. 'g' "o Sq
Florida's natural . and "cultural
resources . -
gl lg -e 11t[
Through. public input,
CAMA; developed, a Program
Overview last year to provide a
statewide ' perspective on
-.'cQastal'and-. aquatic managed
S'areas. At:this time, CAMA is
holding regional public scop-
ing meetings to review site-
specific management plans..
For more information 'about
the-, meetings,' visit
ww w,. F L.o-ri d a c o as t s. o r g
' Public meetings will be held:
* Nov. .1, 6 'p.m. 'at' the
University of . Florida's
Whitriey '-Laboratory for
Marine Bioscience , WTUiify
Hall , located at 9505 Ocean
.Shore Blvd. in St. Augustine.
SNov. .2 6 p.m. at the Guana
Tolomato Matanrzas National Medicare (figuring out' the
Estuarine Research Reserve paperwork, bills, and filing
Environmental Education appeals), . Medicare
Center , located at 505 Guana Supplemental Insurance,
River, Road .in Ponte Vedra Medicare prescription drug
Beach. :- .' coverage, and long-term care
-INE:Serving-Healt planning, according to organ-
'SHINE: Serving Health izers. Help. in obtaining low-
Insurance Needs to .- ost or free prescription drugs
Elders offers tips - may be available to Medicare
. recipients who have reached
SHINE (Serving Health the coverage gap in the pre-
Insurance Needs of Elders); a' scription drug benefit and to
statewide ,program of 'the people ages 60-64.
'Departm'eht of Elder Affairs, is' To.speak to a, SHINE volun-
currently offering"' seniors teer, *find a counseling loca-
information abbut 'the new tion, or to find out'how to
Medicare prescription 'drug becomine a SHE' ,oltinteer,
'-bf iTit'"o" prescpti-on ';ss . cont't"fhe Elder,1Helpffi'e at
stance plans. ' -'1 fl' 'erout, trch -e-Mea Agecriy
Counselors offer- informa- on Aging of Northeast FL, at 1-
tion ' and assistance on 887-391-6602:
Flu' shots available, at
Neptune Beach Senior
Center next week
The Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center:in cooperation.
with Solantic will have flu
shots available on Wednesday,
Oct. 25 from 1 p.m. to 3:30
p.m. at the Seniot Activity
Center. Doses of the vaccine
are limited in quantity and will
be distributed on a first come
first serve basis; no appoint-
ments:will be taken. Medicare
participants must bring their
Medicare cards in order that
Medicare be billed directly' The
flu shot is $25 check/cash;
charge cards are not accepted.
Anyone who needs the flu shot
is welcome. The Ce'nter is
located' at 2004 Forest Ave. in
Neptune Beach. If there are fur-
ther questions, call 270-1688.
approved for Neptune
Neptune Beach homeown-
ers were given permission to
begin dock improvements
over marshland at a special
city council meeting Monday.
After receiving the neces-
sary permits as well as permis-
sion from the city council,
two homeowners can how
begin to repair or rebuild their
The council also agreed that
this is not a major issue and as
long as anyone submits the
necessary paperwork and
meets the requirements, it
will not be a problem for'
them to improve their docks
either. "I hope your
families enjoy your new
docks," said Councilor Eric
An issue arose as to whether
the docks are actually city
property. On the tax rolls, the
marshland by the Kings Road
bridge is city property, but
there is no information avail-
able on title searches, city
officials said. The council has
suggested further research
'into the issue.
are online at:
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Getting a new electric saw for Xmas?
New JB law bans all construction on holidays,__,
by LIZA MITCHELL
Contractors and do-it-your-
selfers will risk court hearings
and possible jail time for cre-
ating a construction ruckus
outside of the permitted times
in Jacksonville Beach,. ,
The City Council Monday
voted 4-3 to prohibit con-
struction activities through-
out the day on six recognized
holidays. Councilors Martha
Ann Sibley and Linda Spence,
as wellas Mayor Fland Sharp,
voted against the new limits.
Construction is allowed
between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturdays.
The amendment makes it
unlawful for building to occur
at any time on Thanksgiving,
Christmas, New Year's Day,
Memorial Day, the Fourth of
July and Labor Day.
"I am adamantly opposed
to this. Some people don't get
that much time off. They use
holidays to build a deck or
* whatever," Spence said.
"If you approve this, it's riot
just a code violation. It's law
and they will come and arrest
Councilman Dick Matthews
said he proposed the modifi-
cation after observing crews
working on the Fourth of July.
. Resident Cheryl Komarek at'
the Oct. 2 meeting told the.
council that she had trouble
finding a parking space for
the fireworks because con-
struction crews had blocked
the street ends.
"They can't do the con-
struction on Sundays as it is-
right now," Matthews said.
"What we are doing is adding
the holidays to it."
that persons violating the
ordinance could be subject to
arrest but only if there is' a
complaint about excess noise
and the work does not stop.
"I appreciate where you are
coming from not wanting to
hear [the noise] but I don't
think there are going to be
too many people out there
that are going to be working
on Christmas Day," Spence
."Unless they got some
brand ,new 'toys from Santa
Claus and they want to go out
and try their new saws. I just
thiik this is wrong."
City Manager George Forbes
said that most people are
issued a notice to appear for
violating the noise ordinance.
"We rarely arrest people and
bring them downtown," he
said. "We normally dbn't
actually throw them in the-
squad car for violating this
Mayor Sharp said posting
signs on construction sites
would help inform contrac-
tors about the city's ordinance
but he did not want it includ-
ed in the language of the ordi-
"We will bring it back at, a
later time as part of our build-0
ing code requirements," he:
said. "I think it is good idea to
have a sign there telling what
the hours are."
On Friday at Jarboe Park
N eptune Beach starts
its 75th celebration
The City of Neptune Beach will celebrate
their 75th Anniversary in Jarboe Park Friday
Fourteen carnival rides for all ages, carnival
games, fun food items, local artists and ven-
dors will provide a festive atmosphere. The
St. John's River City Band, The Navy Southeast
Ceremonial Band, Gadsden, Sassy Strings,
Sassy Tappers, The John Thomas Group, Idol
Rumors, Lucky Stiffs, Eileen, Kentucky Fuzz,
Joyful Noise, and Rhinestone Carina are some
of the acts lined up for an entertaining week-
end. The festivities are scheduled to kick off
, at 5 p.m. continuing to 10 p.m. on Friday;
Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; and Sunday noon
, to 6 p.m.
The Men's Beard Contest and 'the Lady's
Longest Hair Contest, for participation by
Neptune Beach residents and employees only,
is planned with the winners being announced
from the stage on Saturday. The oldest resi-
dent and the longest continuously residing
resident will also be announced that evening.
With October set fpr the celebration, a '.'Bier
'" i.: i " i 'a",t , ,.'.I- j ' ;d t.-,r~ n- . ,r i,,I,-i nI ii,- ir /,
Garete p be open pr a'Ult Beverage pur -
. . .f . . / I " ' - * . '. /. 1
chases. Soft drinks will also be available
this comfortable setting across from i
Butterfly Garden. Appropriate I.D. will be n
essary to purchase beer and other assor
libations. Several local restaurants will a
participate with specialties including Slid!
Sticky Fingers, Culhane's, and Tropi
Special parking arrangements have be
made for the three-day festival. Parking
be available at Beaches Chapel's west lot
Florida Boulevard, Fletcher High School's w
lot (Saturday and Sunday only), and the Km
parking lot on Atlantic Boulevard. Parking
the AmSouth Bank lot is available. The J
Trolley will run between the Atlan
Boulevard Kmart lot and the Fletcher H
School lot for use during Saturday and Sund
Parking in or around Jarboe Park is restric
to authorized vendors anc permitted vehic
Volunteers from several Beaches serv
clubs and organizations will be in pla
Souvenir posters and tee shirts will be av
able d~n~q pe festival.
Horse riders ask DEP
for Guana beach access
by KATHY HARTMAN
PONTE V'EDRA LEADER EDITOR
The Ponte Vedra Riding
Club has asked the state
(DEP) to open the north
Guana beach parking to
horses and their riders, and
the DEP is asking for public
input on the issue.
In a Sept. 13 letter to Bob
Ballard, deputy secretary of
the DEP in Tallahassee, Ellen
O'Brien of Ponte Vedra
Beach says the riding club
wants equestrian access to
the Guana beach and an
equestrian trailhead near the
A one-year pilot program
of horseback riding on the
beach in the Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
ends next week, and
O'Brien's letter says riders
have had to "traverse three
miles of county beach before
reaching the beautiful
The pilot program and the
suggested equestrian access
to the Guana beach are.
expected to be discussed at
two upcoming meetings
concerning the Guana
A meeting is scheduled at,
6 p.m Nov.' 2 at the
Ellen, O'Brien of Ponte Vedra
Beach, a member of the rid-
ing club that is asking for
Guana beach access, cleans
up after a ride on the beach
Center of the Guana, locate
near the Guana dam o
State Road A1A about 1
miles south of Mickler Road
Another is scheduled
p.m. Nov. 1 at the Whitne
Laboratory for Marin
Bioscience, 9505 Ocea
Shore Blvd., St. Augustine.
Dee Ann Miller,
spokesman for the DEP, sai
Thursday that an internal
evaluation of the ridin
club's request has been don
by the DEP.
Miller said no DEP recom
mendation has been made.
"This upcoming meeting:
when we're hoping to ge
public input on thi
request," Miller said.
At least one Ponte Vedi
resident is trying to rail
support for opposition to th
riding club's request.
"In addition to bulldozin
one of the dunes to creal
this access, it would be nec
essary to enlarge the parking
lots to accommodate th
horse trailers," Triss Padget
said in a letter to The Leade
"Further, a horse pat
would breach the erosio
control and impact th
endangered species who liv
on the dunes," Padgett said
O'Brien's letter says theiri
would be no financial
impact on this request - a
we need is your permission
'er y ":!i:...: ..,: "" i ! ,
Cont. from A-1
"It's something cool and they ought
for it," Graham said, noting that
Mayport fishing village for lunch fol
ferry fide and drive to Femandina Beac
night stay makes for a "cheap vacation
Alternative funding options were a
ered in brder, to keep the Mayport
Mayport Waterfront Partnership meet
Although the ferry is funded for th
the burden of,its cost, which is ap]
$700,000 per year, has been a recurri
the city of Jacksonville, partnership me
John Meserve, former chairman of f
ship, suggested the possibility of tax
funding (TIF) being used for ferry op
. an area is declared blighted or "depressed" - for
to help pay example Mayport Road -and there are plans for
a drive to' redevelopment, the revenue from an increase in
lowed by a taxes could be captured and designated to a spe,
h:for a one cial fund.
." " "The taxes Would pay for the ferry easily,"
also consid- ,Meserve said.
ferry at a Atlantic Beach Commissioner Mike Bomo,
ing Tuesday who was appointed to work with the partnership,
has suggested stressing that the ferry is on a state
e. next year, road and therefore the state could take over pay-
ng issue for The property where the ferry docks on the west
embers said. side of the river was donated to Nassau County by
the partner- Janis Strickland and, if it is eliminated, the land
increment must be deeded back to the Strickland family,
rations. If according to Claudia Estes of Stockton Real Estate.
Photo by JENNIFER KNOECHEL
Wendy Warner, left, and Marianna Kane, right, help She Adkins purchase books at the Friends of
the Library book sale Saturday at the Beaches Branch Library in Neptune Beach. Warner of
Jacksonville Beach is the Friends president and said she has been wearing the Cat in the Hat hat
since the first time she volunteered at the book sale in 1999. Kane of Atlantic Beach is vice presi-
dent of the Friends.
Home Depot: Drs. threaten lawsuit
Cont. from A-1
and five spoke in favor of letting
Home Depot proceed with its
plans to raze the KMart struc-
ture and rebuild using the
A 9,200-square-foot garden
in center will be relocated to the
the west side of the store next to
iec- Steinmart and the parking will
ted be reconfigured to add spaces.
ilso Eighteen conditions were also
ers, placed in the amendment to
cal ensure that Home Depot oper-
ates within the parameters
een established by the city, includ-
will ing loading hours, outdoor stor-
on age of merchandise and land-
vest scaping requirements.
iart Lumber and other building
g in materials will be delivered and
JTA unloaded between the hours of
itic 9 p.m. and midnight. Other
igh merchandise can be delivered at
lay. other times as it is at other stores
ted in the center, City Manager
:les George Forbes said.
Planning and Development
ice Director Steve Lindorff said the
ice. bulk of the operating conditions
ail- can be easily enforced through
the state building code.
OpponeAts'6of the cdoi'eisiBtA
maintained that the''prolect
would increase traffic, reduce
property values, generate noise
and invite a transient and day
laborer population into the cen-
While a vocal minority, sup-
porters were happy to welcome
Home Depot to the Beaches to
revive the declining retail cen-
d Erika Parker at Colour's Hair
ff and Nails in the center said
2 Tuesday that- most of the ten-
d. ants are excited to have Home
6 Depot serve as an anchor store.
.y "It makes the shopping center
look empty," Parker said of the
vacant KMart parcel. "We are
looking forward to it."
Tina Ritchotte, who owns
SQuizno's Subs, urged city offi-
cials to look at the current situa-
tion when weighing what is best
for the community.
"Look at the benefit of many,,
not the benefit of a few," she"
said., '' '
Ritchotte said like many of,
the other tenants in the center,
she is "dying on the vine" with-
out a major anchor store to keep
the smaller business afloat.
There are currently 12 empty
businesses in the center.
"Where do you think the
homeless are now? At the
vacant South Beach Regional
Shopping Center," Ritchotte
told the council. "They are
there. You lust don't know that
because you aren't."
Ritchotte said the city needs
to change to reflect the current
needs of the community and
should not try to maintain an
A number of medical profes-
sionals including psychologists,
pediatric dentists prthopedic
-spedcflsts-in- practice imni edl-
ately north'dtr the site argued
that heavy trucks and construc-
tion debris would compromise
the safety and well-being of
Home Depot representatives
with Forbes and City Councilor
Penny Christian met last
Thursday with members of the
South Beach Medical
Professionals Group to try and
address the cpncems.
Attorney Matt Jackson, repre-
senting the medical profession-
als, said the group was in favor
of the conditions but asked that
the lumber pickup window be
moved from the east side of the
building to the front of the
building as it was originally
"We found Home Depot not
to be responsive to our terms,"
Dr. Bill Love said. "Our main
concern would disappear if the
loading pick up area was moved
to the south side of the build-
Frank Cer-one, the president
of the South Beach Professional
Park said the number of condi-
tions placed on Home Depot
indicates a problem.
"If it requires that number of
conditions it would make sense
to say this is not right for this
location," he said.
Love said the approval could
force many of the medical pro-
fessionals to take legal action
against the city.
"The PUD as it exists is our
vested protected rights," he said.
"We don't want to go against
our own City Council [but]
there are legal issues we [will]
have to address if this is
Robert Malagon representing
Equity..On,.te Iroper man-
agemenit firm for .South Beach
Regional, said "as al.ndlord, th
company is very much in favor
of Home Depot."
Malagon noted that relocat-
ing the customer pickup win-
dow would create a number of
safety issues with vehicular and
Construction will begin once
a 12-foot concrete and panel
screen wall is in place as a buffer
between the store and surround-
ing businesses. Demolition is
expected to take four weeks to
complete. Construction time is
estimated at six months barring
any unforeseen disruptions.;
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ante up to
The Mayport ferry crisscrosses the St. Johns River
dozens of times a day, ferrying hundreds of people.
It is a a staple of the historic fishing village and is
essential for both locals looking for a shortcut across
the river and tourists enjoying an affordable, unparal-
leled waterfront.voyage - albeit brief. '
Years ago, when the state threatened to close the
ferry, declaring it a financial drain, the county took
over operations, hiring a private firm to handle the day
to day running of the ferry service. Service has been
improved and operations streamlined since the
Rising fuel and personnel costs have contributed to a
$600,000 annual shortfall and that has many con-
cerned about finding a fiscal solution.
The ferry is a vital element of the historic Mayport
fishing village. It is.also a key link between state roads.
The ferry is an asset for the Beaches and the surround-
ing area and keeping it on a sound fiscal footing to
assure its continued operations should be a priority.
Many alternative funding sources are being consid-
It appears that Nassau County will be asked to con-
tribute as many of the workers using the ferry come
from that community, according to those on a sub-
committee dedicated to preserving the ferry.
It would seem to be reasonable to ask Nassau County
to kick in a certain amount if the ferry is indeed an
asset for them. Whether it is an asset and how much is
a fair amount can only be determined by an accurate
count of how many riders actually are based in Nassau
County. Such a count should be done immediately.
The Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) also will
be asked to ante up as the ferry is a tourist attraction.
This'also seems reasonable.
We also believe that the developers who have
expressed such interest in redeveloping the quaint fish-
ing village stand to benefit mightily from a ferry. It is
an asset that promises to be a real selling point.
Those developers should also be expected to chip in
a fair sum of money toward continuing ferry opera-
tions.. An overlay district creating such an impact fee
. or assessment could be an effective mechanism.
It is fair for all who benefit from the ferry to con-
tribute toward its continued operation.
Letters to the editor:
Thankyo_ fOr picking" " .p lit
-. To the editor:
My. golf friend Mrs. Doots
Smith walks from her home all
the way to San Pablo just about
every day with a plastic bag
picking up the trash from the
" parkway that people have
tossed out of their cars.
I think it would be very nice
if this very nice effort would be
acknowledged to all in your
Letters to the Editors. Isn't it
amazing just what one citizen
can do to make Jacksonville
Sarah U. Black
Why does PVPV want to celebrate?
To the editor
Why would the rest of Ponte
SVedra/Palm Valley want to cele-
brate the name of the man "most
responsible" for turning the local
beach road into a private like, no
parking area enjoyed by a minori-
ty of our town?
And no traffic woes, right?
To the editor: saved!
I cross myself every time I And now there won't be any
drive past the site where Wal- traffic, either.
Mart would have been.
Thank God Neptune Beach Dexter T Mann
and civilization have been Jacksonville Beach
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Owners doing home improvement
work can safely dispose of all their
hazardous wastes Saturday in PV
by CHRIS BENJAMIN Collection Day for Saturday,
GUESTCOLUMNIST Oct. 21 at the TPC parking lot
off County Road 210 just west
Home improvement. of State Road A1A. Hours of
These two little words used the event will be 8 a.m. until
to strike fear into the hearts of noon. The site will be clearly
property owners across the marked with red and white
land. "Community Collection Day"
Repairs or additions to hous- signs.
es or condos meant strangers In general, "hazardous
invading the home, holes household wastes" are sub-
punched in walls, roofing nails stances that citizens would not
all over the yard, and bank place for disposal iri their regu-
loans. lar garbage pickup. Such items
Miraculously, Americans can generally be identified by
have got over their fear of con- words like "toxic," "flamma-
struction. Now we punch holes ble," "corrosive," "irritant,"
in the walls ourselves, disas- "poison," "danger," "warn-
semble faucets to replace wash- ing," or "caution" that appear
ers, and stride around Home on the label or cap.
Depot and Lowes like we actu- Often the container may be
ally know what we're doing. so old or damaged that these
Do-it-your-selfing has a advisements are missing or
downside, however. There are obscured. As a rule, if you can-
inqonlactors, to aul .away. ,not identify the contents of a
ith at, sovitsiacids and ,container, you should presume
oth i dat r which' 'right " that it is hazardous household
be used in property improve- waste.
ment and repair. To give you an even better
So as property owners idea of what items may be
become more active in per- dropped off on' Community
forming their own repairs or Collection Days, here's a list of
improvements, they also wind some of the items received dur-
up storing or trying to dispose ing previous collection days:
of so-called household haz- acetone, aerosol cans,
ardous materials. antifreeze, auto cleaning prod-
Luckily, St. Johns County ucts, batteries of all kinds and
has a very active household sizes, brake fluid, ceramic
hazardous waste collection adhesive, cleaning fluids,
program called "Community' Coleman stove fuel, cooking
Collection Days." oil, fertilizers and flea dip.
Community Collection Days Also, unbroken fluorescent
are held on Saturdays and are bulbs, gasoline, grout,
rotated around the county so kerosene, joint compound,
that each voting district hosts lamp oil, lubricants, motor oil,
two collection events per year. .muriatic acid, paint, paint
Solid Waste Management additives, pesticides, plant
has scheduled a Community food, pool chemicals, propane
gas cylinders, refinishers,
soaps, shampoo, solvents,
thinner, transmission fluid and
St. Johns County residents
may also drop off up to 10 tires
on collection days. Sheriff's
deputies will be on hand to
accept unwanted weapons,
ammunition, fireworks and
Please remember to handle
all items carefully and protect
your vehicle from spillage or
soiling by using drop cloths or
sheets of newspaper.
County personnel trained in
handling hazardous materials
will be present to unload all
items. For safety reasons, we
ask you to remain in your
vehicle while at the collection
The Solid Waste Department
is looking forwards.to seeing
you at ,tAe TPC parking lot on
Residents are reminded that
hazardous household wastes
are accepted at Tillman Ridge
in St. Augustine six days a
week during normal operating
hours and are also collected at
the Palm Valley Fire Station on
Canal Boulevard every
Thursday from 9 a.m. until
If you have questions or
need additional information
about the program or need
directions to the Tillman Ridge
facility, call the Solid Waste
Management at 827-6980.
CChris Benjamin is environmen-
tal coordinator for St. Johns
Fishing is a compulsion for my relatives
M y first memories of
fishing were as a five-
year-old kid, getting
up early on a Saturday to go
to Mac's Fish Camp with my
Daddy and my Uncle Don.
We'd head out about 7 a.m. to
this man-made pond resort
just south of Atlanta. Mac
rented fishing gear and boats
and sold bait and snacks in
his little store. I caught my
first fish, a fine looking Brim
that Uncle Don took a
Polaroid picture of me with.
A little trick photography
made the fish look bigger
Usually by noon we three
guys would be ready for
lunch. We'd take our catch
, up to the store and his wife
would take them back to thel
kitchen and fry them up. In
15, minutes or so we'd be'
chowing down on our catch,
served up with hush puppies
and iced tea. 'In those days it
was understood the tea would
My first memories of seri-
ous fishing came three years
later with my maternal
Grandmother Long and her
sister! Aunt Lilla May and her
husband Uncle Norman had a
small farm in Calhoun
County, Florida! "When I
heard I was taking a trip to,
Florida, my third grade mind
conjured up pictures of the
beach, the' ocean,- sea, shells
and swimming! This 5 acres
in the Panhandle offered
none of the above, but "if I
liked fishing , then I ain't seen
:Before I tel-lyou more about
my grandmother, you need a.
little background .on what I
called her. When I Was a little
kid. my best buddy: was
named Johnny Thornton. He
called his Grandmother
Granny! So when I was told
to call my Grandmother
"Mama Long" like my. older
cousins, I got the "Mama"
part right, but the "Long" vwas
replaced by the second sylla-
ble of "Gran-ny!" She became
forever, for me, my sisters,andi
younger cousins Mama Knee!
When Mama Knee told me
that .she 'and Aunt Lilli May
would be waking me up early
togo6 fishing I thought, "Yay,
just like 'with daddy and.
Uncle.Don!" Except early to
them was 7 not 3:30 AM! We
were down at the pond in
I sat there on the banks of
that' pond with those two
sweet old ladies for at least' 45
minutes without moving. My
left foot was going to sleep so
I gently shuffled it!
Aunt Lilli May quietly asked
"Hoyle, did you come here to
fish or to dance?"
Aunt Lilli May was reeling
in the first fish about 10 min-
utes later. She bragged, "This
is gonna be breakfast for all of
us, I can tell!"
Boasting about fish seemed
to run in the family, so I let
her know "My Daddy caught
a bass that was three feet
long, how big are they down
Panting and tugging my
Great Aunt answered "They
average around 9 inches in
Sarcastically I whispered to
Mama Knee, "9 inches, that's
not so big!"
"'.* My grandmother looked at
me and explained "Boy, down
here in the Panhandle, they
measure the fish, between the
Back in 1995 I drove my
new wife, Dianne, over to the;
Panhandle to meet Aunt Lilli
May. We parked and walked
.over to the old pond, and
there she was fishing away.
She saw us and waved just as
.a funeral procession began to
pass on the dirt road next to
the farm. Aunt Lilli May took
off her straw hat and put it
over, her heart. I told, her,
"Thati's so nice of you, show-
ing respect for the departed!"
My great aunt sat back
down and said :"Shoot,. that's
the least I could do. Me and
your old Uncle Norman.
would have been married 60
years, this week!"'
There's an old saying that
says, "You are what you
eat." This goes for every-
one, including senior citizens. I
know because the current issue
of the Jacksonville Senior
Services Directory says so. In it,
there's an article by a registered
dietician that includes "The
Healthy Eating Pyramid" creat-
ed by the Harvard School of
It's an impressive balanced-
diet display, even though it
would be more so if Harvard
weren't in Massachusetts,
where I gather they eat mostly
beans. As it is, I couldn't find
any mention of chocolate
eclairs or cannoli. Hey, man
doth not live by bread alone-
or woman, either. Of course,
there's no way that the Great
Pyramid in Egypt could have
been built by workers who
never revved their bodies with
sweets: I climbed up inside its
tunnel, and, sure enough,
there was the proof: discarded
With that bit of persiflage off
my chest, I hasten to empha-
size the obvious value -of a
healthful" diet in promoting
long life, minimizing bad stuff,
"such as cholesterol:'Yet, th!fie
seem to be possible exceptions.
One is suggested by the family
history of my senior-ita amiga
She grew up at the
Jacksonville Beaches with rela-
tives hereabouts who survived
way beyond the normal life
span. Her mother lived to age
98. Although her father passed
on at a relatively young age--
87!--, she had other kin on her
mom's side .who persisted
"They all lived a long time--
like forever!" Ethel told me.
That means over age 80, -she
said. "My Aunt Maude was
103." Her Uncle Bob checked
out at nearly 100. This unique
longevity record is all the more
remarkable in view of their
diet. Since, like me, Ethel is age
79 (as of Oct 29),.she was raised
during the Not-Great
Depression, when, if you wast-
ed any crumb of food, starving
children China would haunt
Such lean times called for
fat. The grease from cooking
bacon was hoarded to fry eggs
and grits as well as to flavor
collard greens, etc. Red-eye
gravy was made to produce
"vittles" that stuck to your ribs.
Naturally, the suet on steak
and roasts wasn't first cut off.
Whenever it was trimmed after
cooking (seldom), the pieces
were gobbled up as "the best
part," per Ethel.
In those pre-cholesterol-
monitoring times, it appears
that her keen-genes kinfolk
could, poetically speaking,
snack on fatback without hav-
ing a heart attack. (Still, don't
try this at home-or elsewhere.
The mortality table rules the
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader * Page 5A
Battery was reported Oct. 12
at The Broach School in the
first block of 12th Street S. A
. 15-year-old suspect'. with a
large group of teenage students
surrounded the victim, 14, and
the suspect slapped him with
an open hand in; the face. The
,victim's parent was called and
the suspect was suspended.
The victim did not suffer any
injuries, police said.
Burglary to a business was
reported Oct. 12 in the 3800
block of 3rd Street S. An
unknown suspect manipulated
the lock to the front door to
gain access and ransacked the
store. Several plates were bro-
ken and food was thrown on
the floor but nothing was miss-
ing, police said.
Keeber Kemo Williams, 27, o
Atlantic Beach was arrested
Oct. 11 and charged with pos-
session and sale of a controlled
substance and possession of
cocaine in the 1400 block of
2nd Ave. N., according to a
police report. Williams was a
passenger in a vehicle that was
stopped for an unrelated
offense. During a search of the
vehicle, officers observed a
plastic bag of marijuana stick-
ing out of Williams' pocket,
the report said. A blue duffel
bag at his feet also contained
19 bags of powder cocaine and
2.1 grams of crack in a pre-
scription bottle, the report
* * *
Jacksonville Beach Fire Lieutenant
Brixio Carmona, above, and
Firefighter Rich Retaleato present a
fire education program including this
years theme "Watch what you cook",.
at the St, Paul's Catholic School dur-
ing Fire Prevention Week recently.
Discovery Montessori School, right, is
visited by the Jacksonville Beach Fire
Department in honor of National Fire
Prevention Week. The students at
Discovery Montessori reviewed fire
safety practices with Lt. Metcalf and
Lt. David Rice, while Engineer Jeff
Nash demonstrated equipment and
'what a firefighter will look like when
they enter your home in the event of
a fire'. Students of Miss Pilar's Pre-
Primary class, met with Jacksonville
Beach Firefighters and teachers.
AB to hire police capt.
by ALEXANDRA KUMMiERNES
A new police captain and
second in command has been
hired for the Atlantic Beach
Police Department and is
expected to begin work in
Michael Classey, the newly
appointed captain, has more
than 2,500 hours of profes-
sional law enforcement train-
ing and has worked with the
Kennesaw, Police Department
since 1994. During his tirrie,
Classey advanced ,through
several positions and was
most recently a lieutenant,
working as the department's
accreditation, manager in the
Services Division, according
to his resume. ,
Classey has also completed
both a master's degree in pub-
lic administration at
Columbus State University'
and a bachelor's degree in-
business administration at,
Kenuesaw State University.
Among his accomplish-
ments, Classey is a 2003 grad-
uate of' the FBI ,National
Academy and a 2004 graduate
of, the Georgia Law
He is replacing Capt; John
Campbell, who retired earlier
this year and is considered to
be 'a possible replacement for
Police Chief ' David,
Thompson, who has said he '
plans to retire' within .two
Paul Shannon Shoemaker,
38, of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested Oct. 11 and charged
with a U,.S Marshall'Hold fed-
eral warrant for manufacturing
meth amphetamine in ,the,
1400 block of 2nd Street N.,1
according to a police report.
Police had Shoemaker under
surveillance and were en route
to apprehend him at his resi-'
dence when they were notified
that he was leaving. A traffic
stop was conducted and
Shoemaker was taken into cus-
tody without incident. No
bond was issued, police said.
Grand theft was reported ,
Oct. 11 at Baptist Medical
Center Beaches in the 1300
block of 13th Avenue S. Two
paintings hanging near the
main entrance were stolen.
The painting were valued at,
$400 each and depicted a
beach scene and a palm tree.'
" ' * * O
Burglary to a business was
reported Oct. 11 in the 3900
block of 3rd Street S. Unknown
suspects threw a chunk of con-
crete through a glass door on
the east side of the business
and removed a cash register
containing an undetermined
amount of money. The sus-
pects also stole a box of client
Thomas Anthony Jones, 30,
of lacksonville Beach was
arrested Oct. 12 and' charged
with an active warrant for
aggravated battery on a preg-
nant victim in the 1.300 block
of 3rd Street S., according to a
police report. The warrant was,
confirmed after Jones flagged a
police officer down in refer-
ence to his vehiclee ,being,
stolen, police said.,
," -' �* -
Arson was reported Oct. 11
in the 1500 block of 8th Street
N. A witness told police he was
riding his bicycle near the
intersection of 8th Street'and
15th Avenue N. and observed
flames billowing out of the
storm drains on the northeast
and southeast corners. A group
of juveniles wearing dark
clothing were seen running,
from the scene. A gas can was
found near the area. No dam-'
age was caused to the drain or
A stolen vehicle ,was recov-
ered Oct. 10 in the first block
of 3rd Street N. A silver 2003
Mitsubishi valued at $10,000
. was reported stolen in the 500
'block of 1st St. N. The victim
told' police she placed her keys
in a towel on the beach and
went for a walk. When she
returned the keys and the vehi-
cle were missing. A car match-
ing the description 'of the
stolen vehicle was located in
the Walgreen's parking lot.
* * *
Burglary to a residence was
reported Oct. 10 in the 1300
block of 2nd Street N. The vic-
tims returned home'to find the
door urtlocked and the televi-
sion missing. All of the bed-
rooms were ransacked and sev-
eral items were missing includ-
ing a collection of 400 ball
caps, lewelry, computer and
stereo equipment and an unde-'
termined amount of cash.
'* * * ,
Grand theft of a motor %vehi-'
cle was reported Oct. 12 in the
1300 block of '3rd Street S. The
victim told police that his
maroon 1997 Nissan truck val-
ued at $5,000 was missing
when he left a pool hall.
Duanre Lamont Huffman, 34,
of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested Oct. 11 and charged
with fleeing and attempting to
elude police in the 700 block of
Penman Road. N., according to
a police report. Officers
responded to a call of two
motorcycles traveling in excess
of 100 mph. A traffic stop was
initiated and one of the drivers
stopped and Huffman contin-
ued until he finally slowed, to
about 5 mph and dropped the
bike, police said.
... ... * o.o' ' ' *
Battery was reported on Oct.
16 at 12 a.mi. in the 500 block
of Atlantic Boulevard in refer-
ence to a man threatening to
kill a woman. The woman had
no physical injuries, but her
neck and arms were red and
she was afraid the suspect, who
was known to her, would hurt
her, police reported.
* * *
A public disturbance was
reported when an intoxicated
man brandished a knife in the
100 block of First Street on Oct.
13 at 1:45 a.m. An officer
arrived at the.scene and repeat-
edly ordered the man to drop
the knife, but he did notcom-
ply, police said. The man was
arrested on misdemeanor
charges of disorderly intoxica-
tion and' public disturbance,
*, * � * *
Criminal mischief was
reported when a Neptune,
Beach woman discovered 25
pumpkins had' been smashed
,'' by an unknown suspect in the!
400 block of Penman Road. ,
A mo-ped was stolen in the
1000 block of Seagate Avenue
on Oct. 16.
', . * *
Larceny was committed by"
an unknown suspect in the
400 block of Sailfish Drive on
Oct. 6, although it was not
reported until Oct. 10. A wallet
containing $600 in cash, credit
cards and an I.D. was missing
from a dresser.
A fraud was committed on
Oct. 10 when an unknown per-
son attempted to cash a bad
check at a business in the 900
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
When the.clerk called the busi-
ness which issued the check to
verify it, the woman became
nervous and left the store,
police reported. She also left a
Florida driver's license and the
check. The clerk was not posi-
tive that the person who tried
to cash the check was the same
person on the license.
A felony was committed on
Atlantic Boulevard on Oct. 10
when a subject entered a busi-
ness and stole three checks,
police reported. Earlier in the
day, two females came into the
store to purchase sodas from a
vending machine and an
employee said that they may
* * *
Jimmy Lee Dutton, 44, was
charged with possession of a
controlled substance in the
2000 block of Mayport Road
on Oct. 11, according to police.
* * *
Kenton Bryan Moore, 39, of
Valdosta, Ga. was charged with
grand theft on Oct. 9, accord-
ing to police.
.A Je.lpn'... w,as .committed.
when a hit and run occurred in
the 300-,bki-ck of Dudley Street
on Oct. 12. A passenger in a
'car exited the vehicle and was
subsequently struck by the car,
"spinning the victim two times
,on his feet," police said. He was
hospitalized but able to pro-
vide an account of the incident
to officers. It is unclear who
was driving the car, police
* * *
Arkisha.M. Washington, 22,
committed fraud on 'Oct. 13 in
the 2000 -block of Mayport
Road, 'police reported.
Larceny was reported on Oct.
13 when andunknown suspect
stole a firearm from a storage
Heating & Air (
unit in the 2000 block of
Mayport Road. The unit was
locked and there was no appar-
ent forced entry.
Vandalism was reported on
Oct. 13 when an unknown sus-
pect shot at a window with a
BB gun in the 600 block of
Begonia Street. The victim said
that on Oct. 11 a sliding glass
; door leading to his backyard
was shot. The window did not
shatter immediately, but it did
over the course of two days.
On Oct. 13, the victim heard
something hit the back of his
house, and went outside to
look. ..He saw a male, approxi-
mately 14-year-old,, holding a
bb gun. He. did not speak to
the boy arid called the police.
. ' .' * * *� � '
Charles Ray Wells, 41, was
charged with, larceny when a
firearm was stolen on Oct. 14
in the 400 block of Whiting
Lane, according to police.
* * *
A resident of'the 5000 block
of Palm Vallev Road' reported
Oct. 11 that tools and car parts
valued at nearly $3,000 were
stolen from his garage some
time between Oct. 3 and Oct.
1 1 . ' . . .
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An 18-year-old Ponte Vedra
man was arrested Saturday and
charged with reckless driving
after a small commercial bill-
board was run over by a vehicle
in the 4300 block of State Road
* * *
A 34-year-old Ponte \Vedra
Beach woman reported Sunday
that her 2002 Ford SUV had
been stolen Saturday morning
from 6th Street in Jacksonville
Beach and that she found the
vehicle Sunday morning on
9th Street in Jacksonville
Beach. Missing were some keys
and a check card, and the rear
view mirror was broken,
according to a report.
* * *
A construction worker was
injured Oct. 5 when a slab of
concrete, dropped on his hand
on a construction site in the
area of Ponte Vedra Park Drive.
. An employee .of the Daily's
store at the Shell service sta-
tion irn Ponte \'etira Bea'h
reported that 130, 12-packs of
Coca Cola were stolen from the
front of the station and near a
gas pump about 6 a.m. Oct. 9.
The man said a clerk was stock-
ing the back room the night
A 46-year-old woman report-
ed that her 2002 Dodge pickup
was damaged about 9:30 p.m.
Oct. 13 while it was parked in a
parking lot in the 600 block of
Ponie Vedra Lakes Boulevard.
She told deputies that several
persons were fighting near the
truck and she heard something
hit her truck. Damage was esti-
mated at $500.
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Margaret "Marge" Quick Frances Lorene (Jackson Chelette) Sekerewitz
Margaret "Marge" Quick, 95, died Oct. 15, and friends made throughout her, life and ceased by her husband, Herb Sekerewitz; sisters,
2006 in Jacksonville. Quick was born in travels. ' Wretha and Melba; and brother, Allan Jackson.
Rochester, N Y. and had resided in the Quick, an avid gardener, was recipient of the. Sekerewitz was a veteran of World War II,
Neptune Beach/Jacksonville area for more first "Yard of the Month" award for Neptune serving in the U.S. Navy WAVES. She was an
thai 50 years. . Beach in 1998. She was a longtime member of avid sports fan who played and taught her sons
Quick was preceded in death by her infant the Community Presbyterian Church of ' how to play many sports, her favorite being
daughter, Margaret, and husband, Robert T. Atlantic Beach. baseball, and watching the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Quick. She is survived by her daughter and The family will receive friends and family " . Sekerewitz suffered the last few years from
caregiver, Virginia Smith (Bill) of Jacksonville; from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at Hardage-. - osteoarthritis and several other ailments that
and sons, Robert S. Quick (Karen) of Giddens Funeral Home. Funeral services will: . prevented.her from doing any of the things she
Alexandria, Va., and James Quick (Linda) of be held at 11 a.m. Friday in the chapel of the , ... ' loved, said her family. .
Crystal River, Fla. funeral home. Interment will follow immedi- '' . Sekerewitz was a 'single mother who raised
She also is survived by her grandchildren, ately in H. Warren Smith Cemetery. . : to sons on her oWvn.
Michael Smith (Deborah) of Jacksonville, In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to, Sekerewitz is survived by her sons, Michael
Michele Smith of Jacksonville, Renee Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, and Jerry Chelette; daughter-in-law, Micheline;
Hardman (John) of Port Orchard, Wash., and 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257. granddaughter, Noelle; and brothers, Bert and
Eric Quick (Elina) of Arlington, Va.; 12 great- Barney Jackson.,
grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren , . , Her final wish was to help others by donating
her organs and to be cremated, with her cre-
SFrances SekerewitZ mains scattered on Waikiki, her and her late
.... rances. Sekerewitz husband's favorite spot.
Frances Lorene (Jackson Chelette) Sekerewitz, Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz
I' :' irene CrOtt . : ' ' described by her family as a lovingmother and Funeral Home. .
best friend, died Oct. 11, 2006. She was prede-,
Irene Schott, 76, of Jacksonville died.Oct. Catholic Church in Ponte Vedra Beach.
10, 2006. She was born In Dearborn, Mich. to She is survived by her daughters, Mary ___ . _ .."_' ' ' ' '_= ' _ ' _ ' " _ _ _ _ . : ...
Norbert and Frances Hibler on July 16, 1930. Elizabeth of Jacksonville and Maureen
Schott met her late husband, Thomas Burke Sullivan (Steven) of Ponte Vedra; two, sons,
Schott, in Michigan, where their foux children Thomas (Barbara Gee) of New York and James
were born. The Schotts moved to Coshocton, of Tampa; and two grandsons, James and Ryan
Ohio in 1968 and to Clearwater in 1973, of Tampa. She also is survived by numerous Obituary notices are published free of charge as a community
where they lived until she moved to nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. service. All submissions are subject to editing Paid advertising
Jacksonville in 2001 shortly after the death of A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated service. All submissions are subject to editing. aid advertising
her husband. Oct. 16 in Our Lady Star of the Sea. space is available for more detailed or personalized death notices.
Schott was one of the founding members of Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz
the Grand Reserve Gardening Committee and Funeral Home. Call 249-9033.
was a lifelong fan of football and golf. Schott
was a parishioner of Our Lady Star of the Sea
American Red Cross Volunteer Lifesaving
Corps presents annual awards to top guards
FIRST COAST DENTISTRY, PA
DRS. THOMAS AND TIMOTHY TOMAN, FATHER AND SON -
SERVING THE BEACHES SINCE 1965
320 THIRD STr. NEPTUNE BEACH
The 2006 American Red Cross Lifesaving Corps
on the beach,
by LIZA MITCHELL
Members of the American
Red Cross Volunteer
Lifesaving Corps were recent-
ly honored for their dedica-
tion and service at the 95th
Annual Banquet at the Marsh
Landing Country Club in
Ponte Vedra Beach.
"I was so impressed by the
work and volunteer hours
that these young men invest-
ed in our community this
summer," said Donna Wittig,
mother of Recruit Surfman of
the Year Daniel Wittig.
"To hear the accounts of
read about each rescue and
assist was overwhelming."
Certificates of Merit for
Rescue were given to G.T.
Lineberry, David Madmon,
Nathan Lang, Josh Langley,
Ross Ghiotto, Greg Kurosk,
Daniel \Vittig, Demian Harris,
Charlie Santana, Jennifer
Purcell, Coby Davis and
.Volunteers honored for
assists were Rasfian Patel,
Inna Gudiyei, Retired Man
Horn, Daniel \Vittig, Duncan'
.Campbell, Hemel Patel, Joey'
Civello, Charlie Santana,
Timothy Kline, Stephen
Reddy, Demian Harris and
Capt. Thom Wright said the
majority of the recipients
were selected by their fellow
volunteers. Wright presented
the Captain's Award, which
he likened to the Most
Taylor Anderson was hon-
ored with the 2006 Captain's
Award for doing "everything
that was asked of him and
then some," Wright said.
"In Taylor's case, he was the
most deserving. He taught
CPR whenever asked. He was
here every Sunday all winter
and was even here at the sta-
tion with me on Christmas,"
Wright said, noting that
Anderson also headed up the
Education Committee- and
the Dweller's Committee to
keep those who live at the sta-
tion full-time in check.
"'He is my go-to guy," he
Wright also established a
secondary captain's distinc-
tion called the Golden
Hammer Award to honor the
commitment of former cap-
tain and current Lt. George
Paugh, who is 65, served as
captain in 2004 and returned
to the Corps as a lieutenant.
He still coaches swimming at
Fletcher High School and is
revered at the station, Wright,
"For him to come back as a
lieutenant rather than a cap-
tain was a big help to me. I
created this award because I
wanted to do something to,
honor him," Wright. said.
"He's the hammer and he is
in his golden years. I just look
up to him so much. He's my
Wright said it was difficult
to find a recipient' for the
Oetjen First Aid Award which
recognizes the most notable
,assist in a rescue or first aid
crisis because the summer
season was relatively quiet
compared to years past.
Taylor Holden received the
award for putting a broken
leg in traction on the beach.
The Surfman of the Year
was given to Art Naidzich for
displaying the positive atti-
tude and character that Corps
members are expected to
"It goes out to the Surfman
who has shown exemplary
achievement in the field of
excellence," Wright said.
"Just overall good character."
Special awards also present-
ed at the banquet include:
Spring Training Award - Kyle
O'Connor; Recruit Surfman of
the Year - Daniel Wittig; the
Adolph Cone High Point
Award - Stephen Reddy;
Education Award - Jelisse
MNarrero and Andrew
Schmidt; the Ideal Image
Laser Hair Removal Trophy -
Crew Three; Retired Man of
the Year - George Byerly;
Contributing Member Award
- George Hapsis; and Board "of
Director Member of the Year
Award - Gary Fiske.
Awards, were also handed
'out to the volunteers with
three and five seasons of serv-
* The Five-Year Award
recipients are Jesse Broemer,
Felipe Contreras, Rick Foster,
*'Tim. Hall and Peter Vergenz.
* Volunteers honored for
.three years of service .are
Philip A mason, Taylor Boice,
Connor Dwprschak, Shame
Ferrelli, GCalel Fuller, Mike
Glees'o, Nathan Lang, Josh
Langley, James Lenz, Rashan
Patel, Jerry Rodriguez, Dee
Rodriguez, Brian Sharpe,
Jamine Tejera;', Jessica;
Thompson and Joe Weistlog.
Wright also presented The
Gerry Wilson Scholarship to
Sean O'Brien and ushered in
the change of staff.
The 2007 'American Red
Cross Life Saving Corps offi-
cers are Capt. Charles Bond,
Lt. Corey Wright, Instr.
Duncan Campbell, Asst. Instr.
Andrew Schmidt, 1st Mate
Rick Foster, 2nd Mate Taylor
Anderson, 3rd Mate Holden
Harris, 1st Quartermaster
Jamine Tejera, 2nd QM Tim
Hall, 3rd QM Taylor Boice, 1st
Registrar' Dee Rodriguez, 2nd
Reg. Jessica Thompson and
3rd Reg. Thomas Cassaro.
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October 18, 2006_
Beaches Chapel Church
Wednesday, Oct. 18
Obedience classes: A series
of five "Canine Manners"
classes begins at the Recreation
Department, 321 N. Penman
Road. The first class will be
without dogs and runs from 7
p.m. to 8:45 p.m.; the remain-
ing classes will be held from 7
p.m. to 8 p.m. The class fee,
with class size limited to 12, is
$65. Pre-registration is
required. For information, call
SenioRITAs: SenioRITAs, a
fundraising women's tennis
tournament, has a party and
silent auction from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. at Sawgrass Country Club.
Tennis will be played Oct. 20-
22, also at Sawgrass CC.
Thursday, Oct. 19
Candidates forum: Beaches
Watch sponsors a Jacksonville
Beach candidates forum at 7
p.m. at the Jacksonville
Beaches' Woman's Club, 1315
2nd Ave. N. Each candidate
will be given the same amount
of time to speak. The forum
will provide an opportunity to
meet and talk with the candi-
Fall Frenzy; The Beaches
Museum and History Center
throws its "Fall Frenzy Open
House" from 5 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. Pablo Park and the new
museum will be open, free of
charge, to the public during
the event. There will be old-
fashioned games and activities
for all ages. For information,
call the Beaches Museum and
History Center at 241-5657.
'Just for the girls':
Transportation and group tick-
ets are available at the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center
for the 2006 Southern
Woman's Show. A charter bus
will leave the center at 10 a.m.
and return at 3:30 p.m. Call
270-1688 for information.
four-day, statewide convention
of FOMOTC (Florida
Organization of Mothers of
Twins Clubs) that runs through
Sunday at the Sea Turtle Inn.
NARFE: National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
Chapter 1671 meets at noon at
Golden Corral Restaurant,
14035 Beach Blvd. Visitors are
welcome. For information, call
Association: Joan Ryan, a cer-
tified professional integrative
yoga therapist, will be guest
speaker for the Sawgrass
Players Club Women's
Association's 10 a.m. gathering
at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library. Ryan will speak
on "Exercises for Coping with
Stress." Lunch at Caddyshack
at Sawgrass Village will follow
Friday, Oct. 20
40th reunion: Fletcher High
School's Class of 1966's 40th
reunion gets under way with
heavy hors d'oeuvres at 7 p.m.
at The Homestead Restaurant
on Beach Boulevard. The cost
is $15. Activities continue at
10:30 a.m. Saturday with a pro-
gressive bike ride, followed at 7
p.m. by the reunion part)', with
music by Cloud 9, at Selva
Marina Country Club. The cost
is $35. For information, call
Rhonda Robinson at 280-5467
or contact Steve Fouraker at
249-2105 or fouraker@beach-
Fleet Reserve: Ladies
Auxiliary Fleet Reserve
Association Unit 290 holds a
steak or fish dinner from 5
p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Branch
Home, 390 Mayport Road,
Atlantic Beach. The suggested
donation is $10; take-out
orders are welcome. Call 246-
6855 for information.
Playhouse by Sea:
Mah jongg: A Chinese Mah Jacksonville Oceanside Rotary
Jongg class for beginners will Club presents an Island-Style
be held from 10:30 a.m. to Casino Night'from 7 p.m. to
11:30 a.m. for three consecu- 10 p.m. on the Veranda at the
.tive Thursdays at Beaches Sea Turtle Inn to benefit "The
Senior Center, 281 19th Ave. S., Playground by the Sea" on the
Jacksonville Beach. The classes campus of Neptune Beach
will include a brief history of Elementary School. The cost is
the game and basic in. ,c tion. $5Q per person. The U.S. Navy,
The cla s .s..feo fof f e s Car .d_ igty of-
60 alcd o6ve'r FoiPii efrihl'k sbnle Te 1*lfm5g*'bt ild
call the senior center at 241- phase two of the playground,.
3791. For information, call Norm
Reimer at 904-246-6044 or
Multiples: JACKPOTTS Don Dymer at 904-241-1821.
(Jacksonville Parents of Twins Teen knitting clinic: A Teen
and Triplets) plays host to a Knitting Clinic will start at
3:30 p.m. at the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library.
Saturday, Oct. 21
Adoption Seminar: A free
adoption seminar, presented
by Commonwealth Adoptions
International, Inc., will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
at the Southeast Regional
Library, 10599 Deerwood Park
Blvd., Jacksonville. The semi-
nar will be hosted by adoptive
parent and family mentor
Deborah Lee. Call 813-269-
Craft and bake: The annual
Craft Bazaar and Bake Sale will
be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
St. Andrew's Lutheran Church,
1801 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach, across from the
Homestead Restaurant. St.
Andrews' Lighthouse, a hospi-
tal hospitality house, will hold
a yard sale the same day at the
Episcopal arts festival:
Beaches Episcopal School's
Family Arts Festival will be
held. The school is located at
1150 5th St. N., Jacksonville
Beach. Call the school at 246-
2466 for information.
Halloween Bash: A
Halloween Bash will be held
from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the
Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife
Sanctuary, 1860 Starratt Road,
Jacksonville. A $10 donation to
help with the care and feeding
of big cats provides admission;
children 7 and under are free.
Big cats, including tigers, lions
and cougars, will be on site. For
information, call 904-757-3603
or visit www.cattyshack.org.
Masquerade Mayhem Ball:
The Beaches Exchange Club's
first Masquerade Mayhem Ball,
an evening to benefit First
Coast Family Center and the
Beaches Emergency Assistance
Ministries (B.E.A.M.), will be
held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at
the Sawgrass Marriott Resort.
The cost is $100 per person. For
tickets and information, call
Diana at 535-0789.
Young women at Y: A day
devoted to young women, ages
11-16, will be offered from 9
4.m. to 2 p.m. at the Winston
'Family YMCA in Ponte Vedra
'Beach. The-cost is $30 for
YMCA members, $40 for pro-
gram participants. Financial
assistance is available. For
information, call Kristen
Bardes at 543-9622.
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
Yoga at Guana: Yoga classes
are being offered at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday evenings at the
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
Education Center. The classes
are available through the
Friends of the GTM Reserve.
Sally and Spring Saldana, a
mother-daughter team, will be
the instructors. The cost will be
$10 per class. For information,
Tues., Oct. 24 6-9 pm
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Grief Support: .A Grief
Support Group meets the third
Thursday of every month at 7
p.m. at St. Paul's Catholic
Church, 578 1st Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, in the
Library of the Family Life
Center. This group is for men
and women grieving the death
of a family member or friend.
For information, call Margaret,
Kiwanis Beaches: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaches meets at noon at Selva
Country Club, 1600 Selva
Marina, Atlantic Beach. Visit
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
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.
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
Depression Bipolar Support
meets at 5:30 p.m. at Beaches
Medical Center, 1350 13th Ave.
S. Visit www.dbsajax.org for
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 mem-
bers are welcome. Call 350-
1609 for information.
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OCTOBER 21, 2006 .V]
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Rain or Shine - Come and Join Us
CRAFTERS INSIDE & OUTSIDE
Food & LOTS of Baked Goodies Available
Yard Sale to Benefit St. Andrews Lighthouse
"A HOSPITAL HOSPITALITY HOUSE"
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* 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
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newspapers and schools to promote the use of newspapers as an educa-
tional resource.The Beaches Leader, PonteVedra Leader brings you award-
winning coverage of your community directly to your classroom.The news-
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Casey Deming (left) of Neptune Beach with his parents Sally and Jim Deming. The Derriings were the guests of
honor at the Endless Summer Ball. Casey Deming's dream is to surf in Hawaii.
From left, Jason Stringfellow, Mary Jane Johnson,
Jennifer Stringfellow, and Travis Black
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for Beaches teen
The Rotaract Club of the Jacksonville's .Beaches hosted
its Endless Summer Ball, recently at the Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach.
The event benefitted both the Center and Dreams
Come True, a locally based non-profit organization dedi-
, cated to fulfilling.dreaims.of children with life-threatening
.A portion of the proceeds from the event will go toward.
fulfilling a dream of 17-year-old Neptune Beach resident
Casey Deming, who is battling Hodgkin's disease.
Deming's'dream is to'surf in Hawaii. Deming and his par-
ents were special guests of honor at the event.
Founded in 1984, Dreams Come True has made dreams
come to fruition for more than 1,900 children in
Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.'
Dreams Come True is unique in that 100 percent of all
donations, unless otherwise specified, go directly to the
dreams of children battling life-threatening,illnesses.
Rotaract is a service organization for students and
young professionals sponsored by Rotary International.
Like Rotary, Rotaract's motto is "Service Above Self."
The Rotaract Club of Jacksonville's Beaches is comprised
of members between the ages of 22 and 32, and is spon-
sored by the.Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary Club.
For more information,'visit www.beachesrotaract.org.
For more information about Dreams Come True, call 296-
3030 or visit www.dreamscometirue.org.
Jessica Kapke, Jason Griggs and Kirsten Burgess.
UNF dean to lead Italian, cooking class
by KATHY NICOLETTI
An Adventure in Italian
Cooking, one of the
upcoming classes at
the Lifelong Learning
Institute at the University of
North Florida, will give
aspiring Italian cooks an
opportunity to try their
hand at making homemade
pasta and sauces.
Robert Wood, dean of con-
tinuing education at UNF,
will be the chef/instructor
for the class that will meet
I Monday, Nov. 6.
UNFs Lifelong Learning
Institute is designed for
adults over 50 who have an
interest in exploring and
learning about a wide range
Participants will have the
opportunity to take classes,
attend. Lunch-NLearn ses-
sions, attend workshops and
seminars, and have 'access to
the UNF Library.
Enrollment in the Institute
for three terms is $85 for an
individual and $150 for a
couple. For information, call
620-4260 or e-mail
Wood, who has been a life-
long educator, is an award
winning cook and has, in his
own words, "a passion for
Southside Chicago, where
Wood grew up, is a multi-
ethnic neighborhood with
families from such countries
as Italy, Greece, Poland,
Serbia, and Croatia. It was
there that Wood said he was
introduced to a wonderful
variety of ethnic cooking
styles, especially Italian.
All of the children played
in the neighborhood park
and afterwards went to each
others homes for something
He said many of'the moth-
ers, including his own,
cooked all the time.
Whenever the boys went to
the-homes of the Italian
families, the mothers always
had large pots of sauce sim-
mering on the stove to be
served with homemade
Wood was inspired to learn
to make homemade pasta
and has been doing so for
the past 25 years.
"Making dough is an art,"
The dough is mixed until
it forms a ball that is smooth
with no air pockets. Then it
rests for a little before rolling
and cutting. This can be
done by hand or Wood has
two vintage hand-crank
machines to cut the pasta
dough. . . ,; .
Fresh pasta has the best .
flavor and absorbs the sauce
better, Wood said. In .
Chicago, it was customary to0
mix the sauce with the
drained pasta before serving,
instead of ladling the sauce
on top of the pasta.
. In the UNF course, Wood
will teach the students how
to make spaghetti, fettuccini,
and ravioli as well as sauces.
Students are encouraged to
bring their appetites as they
will end the class dining on
their prepared food.
The course was popular
when Wood taught it at
Central Carolina Community
College, where he was dean
of continuing education
before coming to UNF six -
So far, registration for the
course at UNF has been
good. Wood said that there
is a good possibility he will
teach the course on a regular
basis at UNF.
In addition to making
pasta, Wood will teach those
in the class how to make a
"traditional Ragu" and alfre-
do sauce. -
See RECIPES, A10
Absolutely no birthday
plans for me this year
I'm well into my 50s these
days, 2.9 years past that
fine number to be exact, so
my looming birthday really
doesn't frighten me at all.
Really. Honest. I'm not
People always joke about
birthdays after a certain age.
The big 4 - 0 is supposed to
be huge, but then before you
know it, the really big 5 - 0
slips up on you, and before
you know it. you are just
about to be 53 years old.
When I turned 50, 1 did
have a little party in my apart-
ment. That was a bad idea
because I ended up cleaning
the place by myself at 2 in the
morning, and lugging all
those empty wine bottles
downstairs was hard on my
iMy old back that finally
gave out not so long after the
big 5 - 0. Then my knee start-
ed to hurt and my hair got a
lot grayer and then a couple
of my teeth went south.
This all, I am sure, had
nothing to do with the fact
that I had a birthday and
everything to do with my age.
There is a difference you
This year, I have absolutely
no birthday plans. I'm sure
the kids will write me the
obligatory birthday poem,
something I have always
asked them to do instead of
buy me gifts, and they usually.
get me candles or whatever
else is on sale at the local
Somehow, 53 doesn't sound
that bad. Three is a nice num-
ber, and my birthday is on a
Monday which is usually the
least favorite day of the week
for most of the world.
I will work all day. Take a
break to work out. Set the
garbage out in the afternoon
and maybe have a martini on
the back porch if it is not rain-
ing, or maybe if it is, I will sit
out there and have a drink
Birthdays have never been
big items on my "Reasons to
Celebrate" list, and honestly, I
don't mind getting a little bit
older because 1, after all, am a
baby boomer who works out,
takes my vitamins, works
hard, plays hard and has this
notion that all of those things
may extend my life a bit.
I also think the martini and
the one after that will help
prolong my life as well. The
greatest gift time has given me
is also the idea that we should
all be having a lot more fun.
It is also true that because of
my back, I can no longer run,
which probably screwed up
my back in the first place.
And my eyelids have fallen
into my eyelashes, there are
large bags under my eyes, my
skin is getting a bit wrinkly
because I love to play outside
and I now have to go for a
hairdye job every five weeks
instead of every six weeks.
I think this is a small price
to pay for being so wise.
And did I mention the mar-
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Post 3270 Ladies Auxiliary
rocks through the night to
raise money for cancer aid
by CHUCK ADAMS
The Ladies Auxiliary of
Greater Beaches VFW Post
3270 held its 21st annual
Rock-A-Thon from noon td
midnight Saturday to raise
money for cancer aid and
"Our goal was $2,000. We're
thinking it's $3,000," Trish
Edwards, president of the
Jacksonville Beach unit, said
The idea was advanced at a
VFW Ladies Auxiliary meeting
21 years ago
One of the members sug-
gested they start a "rocking-a-
thon" for cancer aid and
research The first-year event
The ladies, with men filling
in when they needed a break,
rocked continuously for 24
hours the first 10 years. For
the past 11 years, it's been cut
to 12 hours, which, the
women said, is more manage-
The VFW Men's Auxiliary
served a spaghetti dinner
throughout the afternoon
Saturday. While the ladies
rocked into the evening.
Synergy provided music
from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
S. photo by KATHY IJICOLETTI
Robert Wood, dean of continuing education at the University of
North Florida, will teach a special class on making authentic
Italian pasta and sauces on Nov. 6.
ber 18. 2006
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Kathryn and Kristopher Hatcher
PEOPLE & PLACES ROTARY HANDOUT
Kathryn Isabel Perrone and
Kristopher Lee Hatcher were
married Saturday, Sept. 30, at
Church in Atlantic Beach.
The Rev. Dr. Gabe Goodman
performed the 5:30 p.m. cere-
The bride is the daughter of
Jeanne and Bob Perrone of
Jacksonville. She graduated
from Fletcher High School and
Florida State University. She is
.employed by the Mayo Clinic.
The groom is the son of
Rebecca Hatcher and Michael
Hatcher of Panama City. He is a
graduate of Rutherford High
School and Florida State
University. He is employed by
Volunteer Opportunities at
Maao Clinic is currently
seeking volunteers to work 'at
the San Pablo Road campus
and at St. Luke's Hospital.
Mayo offers flexible sched-
ules in a variety of service'
areas.. ; , . .
For more information about
the opportunities, call the
Volunteer Services department
at 296-3722 or send an e-mail
The Literacy Program at
the Women's Center of'
Jacksonville is seeking volun-
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.
Maria Maniatakis and Kelly
Brennan- were maids of honor.
Bridesmaids were Lindsay
Thompson, Nell Roland,
Christina Massey, Shelby
Hickman, and Melissa Hatcher.
Special music was performed
by Lauren Chase and Alissa
Leonard. The bride's aunt, Dr.
Judith Cloud of Flagstaff, Ariz.,
sang "The Lord's Prayer."
Josh Chabot was the best
man. Groomsmen were
Michael Hatcher, Jerry
McMann, Chris Williams, Matt
Bessey, Brad Cross, Rob Perrone
and Ryan Chism.
The couple spent their hon-
ymoon in the Florida Keys
and the Bahamas. They will
reside In Jacksonville.
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Max Hampton Mullis
Jerry and Laura Mullis of
Atlantic Beach announce the
birth of a son, Max Hampton
SMullis, on Sept. 6, 2006, at
He was 7 pounds, 8 ounces
and 20.75 inches long. He
joins siblings Lindsey, Ally and
Maternal grandparents are
,Jerry and Edna Rowell of
Hortense, Ga. Paternal grand-
parents are Jerry and Millie
Mullis of Mint Hill, N.C.
Peggy Brewer of Jesup, Ga.,
and W.C. and Sharon Lane of
Twin Rivers, Ga., are maternal
Imogene Mullis of Mint Hill,
N.C., and Ollie Ward of
Mathews, N.C., are paternal
Volunteer positions are avail-
able in group's Rape Recovery
The Women's Center of
Jacksonville is located at 5644
Colcord Ave. Call 722-3000 for
more details. For the Women's
Center of Jacksonville at the
Beaches, call 241-2027.
The University of North
Florida awarded Presidential
Medallions to four civic lead-
ers Tuesday, during a Founders
Day Presidential Medallion
luncheon at the University
Honorees include James
Cobb, Robert and Pamela Paul
and Carol Thompson. Patrick
Cusick and Dr. Thaddeus
Moseley were recognized
posthumously earlier this
month during a past
Foundation Board breakfast
held on campus as part of
Founders Month events.
W. Radford Lovett II of
Atlantic Beach was awarded a
medallion in June for his serv-
ice as UNF's Foundation Board
In that capacity, Lovett
presided over a period' of
This past fiscal year, the
Foundation reached an all-
time high of $16.2 million in
private support, which
eclipsed the previous year,
also a record at the time, by
nearly $4 million.
An honorary UNF alumnus,
Lovett and his family estab-
lished the Katharine H. Lovett
Scholarship to honor his
mother's memory. This
endowed gift provides merit-
based scholarships for first-
The first Medallion recipi-
ents were recognized by the
University last September.
They include Ann and David
Hicks, Fred Schultz, the
Skinner family-C. Brightman
Skinner, A. Chester Skinner Jr.
and Mary Virginia Skinner
Jones-and the late Gert H.W.
Schmidt. The Presidential
Medallion is given annually to
recognize both alumni and
friends who have given them-
selves to help make UNF an
outstanding institution of
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Anthony J. Cain of Ponte
Vedia Beach has been com-
missioned as a senior cadet
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an operations officer at the
allele military academy, which
will graduate its 98th class
next spring. He is the son of
Gary and Margaret Cain of
p n., Ct fj', I I
'Dr. Wheeler L. Baker presents
2nd Lt. Anthony Cain a certifi-
cate of completion.
The Oceanside Rotary Club purchased dictionaries for school
children at Atlantic Beach Elementary, in honor of Literacy
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Recipes: Basil and
Tomato Alfredo Sauce
Families at San Pablo Elementary stayed after school Friday, Oct. 6, to spruce up the campus. Trees were trimmed, weeds were
pulled and leaves raked in preparation for a big delivery of mulch. Last year, Rena Mitchell, SPE PTA grounds and beautification chair-
person, received a grant for 25 new trees that were planted throughout the campus in the spring. This year, one of the PTA's goal is
to replenish the playground equipment for the school.
The drama department at
Fletcher High School will
S stage its fall musical, "Bye,
Bye, Birdie" Nov. 2-4 at the
newly constructed Fletcher
S Tom Ming, Tina Fallon,
Shelli Long and Cindy Kidder
are co-directing. The show
will run at 8 p.m. each night.
Tickets are $7 per person and
will be available at the door. .
For more details, call 247-
Douglas Anderson School
of the Performing Arts, will
stage "Cabaret" Nov. 16-18
at its Main Stage Theatre.
Performances start at 7:30
'p.m. Tickets are $12. For
more information call the
346-5620, ext. 122.
After-school enrichmen t
classes for Atlantic Beach stu-
.dents in kindergarten
through 5th grade are being
HhiI attihe -'Adele Grage"
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Some of the classes offered
over the eight-week period
are are chess, art, scrap book-
ing, Spanish, cross-training,
Applications are available
at the school at 298 Sherry
Drive or the Adele Grage
Center at 716 Ocean Blvd.
For more information, call
The Early Learning
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has released the 2006 annual
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Fairytales. The girls got their faces painted at the Beauty and the Beast Salon and made crowns
at the King and Queen Crown Decorating Booth.
The sixth annual edition
includes complete and updat-
ed listings of licensed
providers serving Northeast
The guide provides infor-
mation on childcare centers,
school-age programs and
family childcare home
providers sorted by city and
zip code. The publication also
includes articles on the types.
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Phoic. ny CHUCK ADAMS
Eileen Fair, from left. Richard Hurst, Holly Scudder and Denny
Thompson rock the night away Saturday at Greater Beaches
VFW Post 3270, where the VFW's Ladies Auxiliary held its 21st
Rock-A-Thon from noon to midnight to raise money for cancer
aid and research.
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The Florida Ballet offers an
let class for students of high
school age. The class is
offered on Tuesday from 7 to
8:30 p.m. The cost is $12 per
class or $80 for 10 weeks. A
stott pilates class is also
offered on Mondays from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The cost is
$7.50 per class or $60 for 10
weeks. For more details, call
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smoking cessation, and phys-
ical activity is invited to
attend one or all of these
The Stanton Community
Education program is located
at 1149 W. 13th St,
.Jacksonville, Florida 32209.
SLimited seating is available.
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At home, both Wood and his
wife, Diane, enjoy cooking
and entertaining." One of
their favorite ways to enter-,
tain, is hosting "Pasta Night"
a couple several times a year.
Wood makes homemade
pasta which is served with
Diane Wood's special red
The couple have twice won
a Chili Cook-Off in
Columbia, S.C., where they
bested about 50 other con-
testants, including restaurant
cooks, Wood added.
The secret to their chili
recipe is also, Wood'said,
one of the secrets to their
favorite meat sauce for pasta.
In the chili and in Diane
Wood's Kicked Up Red Meat
Sauce, they use ground
chuck which has been
cooked in water. The meat is
drained well in a colander
before they add it to the rest
of the ingredients, removing
all the fat and giving it a
very smooth consistency.
Vodka Sauce and Marinara
made from fresh tomatoes
are two other favorite toma-
to based sauces. Alfredo
Sauce with Shrimp is a rich,
creamy sauce made with but-
ter, heavy cream, and grated
cheese. Wood uses fresh basil
in a Basil and Tomato varia-
tion of Alfredo sauce.
Below are some of the cou-
Diane Wood's Kicked,
Up Red Meat Sauce
2 lbs Ground Chuck
2 Large cans crushed
2 Large Cans Tomato sauce'
one-half Cup fresh basil
2 bay leaves
1 tsp crushed red pepper
2 cloves of garlic
3 T oregano or fresh
1 T or Emeril's Essence
2 T of sugar (brown)
2 fresh squeezed limes
1 package fresh mush-
1 lb Italian sausage
1 cup of red wine (option-
In a large pot add the
ground chuck and fill the'
pot with water. Add, salt and
pepper. Boil the meaiunt '
ily cooked. Didan ~he Wa ter
off of the beef by using a
colander. Put the meat back
into the pot.
Add the tomatoes and
sauces, then go ahead and
add all of the spices. Cook
on low to medium heat for
two hours. Add the time and
sugar. Saute the mushrooms
and Italian sausage then add
into the mixture with the
cup of red wine. Then cook
on low heat or simmer for
another two hours.
Alfredo Sauce with
4 tablespoons butter
one and one-quarter to
two cups heavy cream
1 cup freshly grated
Romano cheese ( You can use
12 large shrimp, peeled
and de-veined (optional)
Bring a large pot of water
to a boil. Melt, butter-in
sauce pan and stir in heavy
cream. Gently simmer cream
until thickened about 5-7
minutes. Add cheese. Cook
carefully as sauce burns easi-
ly . .. . . .
Add homemade pasta and
shrimp to boiling water and
cook for 3-4 minutes. Place
some cooked fettuccine in a
large bowl and mix with
some of the sauce. Toss to
coat and add remaining
pasta and.sauce. Season with
pepper. Toss again and serve
immediately with extra
cheese and shrimp.
Basil and Tomato .
The same as above
Add one-third cup
Add 1 14-ounce can
Serve over spinach fettuci-
one-quarter pound bacon,
cut into half inch pieces
2 .cups finely chopped yel-
one-half teaspoon crushed
2 tablespoons minced gar-
1 (14-ounce) can crushed
one-half cup fresh or
frozen green peas
1 cup vodka
1 cup heavy cream ,
one-third cup chopped
4 sheets fresh. pasta, (about
1 pound) torn into rags
about 3-inches by 1-inch
each (OR ANY KIND OF 0F
Grated Parmesan, for se
Bring a large pot of salted
water to a boil. In a skillet,
cook the bacon ovet.medi-,
urn-high heat until the fat is
rendered and just beginning
to brown, about 4 minutes.
Add the onions and
crushed red pepper and saute
until soft and slightly
caramelized, about 6 min-
utes. Add the garlic and cook
for 1 minute. Add the toma-
toes and stir well to com-
Cook for 2 minutes, stir-
ring. Add the vodka and
cook until slightly reduced, 3
to 4 minutes. Add the peas
and cream, and cook, until
thickened, about 2 minutes.
Remove from the heat and
stir in the basil.
Cook the pasta in the boil-
ing water until just al dente,
about.2 minutes. Drain in a
colander. Add to the pasta.,
sauce, and toss to combine. -
Serve immediately with grat-
, .edarmpgsajn, Usred.
5 or 6 large tomatoes,
peeled and seeded
1 large onion, diced
3 large cloves of garlic,
2 tsp. crushed basil
2 tsp. crushed oregano
2 tsp. sugar
one-half tsp. crushed red
pepper or one-eighth tsp.
3 Tbs. olive oil
one-quarter cup wine, red
2 Tbs. lemon juice
Salt to taste
In large frying pan,saute
onion and garlic until ten-
der, stir in herbs and saute. 2
- 3 minutes longer. Pour in
wine, bring to a boil and add
tomatoes, sugar and pepper.
Lower heat and simmer for
about 20 minutes, stirring
and crushing tomatoes as
sauce cooks. Adjust the sea-
soning, adding lemon juice,'
herbs and salt to taste.
If a thicker sauce is
desired, add 2 Tbs. Tomato
paste and continue cooking
and stirring another 20 to 30
minutes. Serve over pasta. If
a smooth sauce is desired; ,
place in a blender after sim-
mering, blend smooth,
return to pan and reheat.
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October 18, 2006 SPO RTS
Paxon is the perfect tonic for Senators
couldn't come at a bet-
ter time for the win-
starved Fletcher High football
The Senators (1-6) lost their
sixth game of the season last
week at Terry Parker, and are
in desperate need
of a victory with
only three games
remaining on the
Class SA Fletcher
entertains 2A inde-
pendent Paxon (2- "
5T Friday at Jack
The Golden '.
Eagles have not
beaten Fletcher ,
since 1988 and are
0-5 against the JO]
Senators since WOO]
Paxon for homecoming in
2003, 2004 and 2005, and
have outscored the Eagles
113-10 the past three years.
Last week against Parker,
the Senators took a 30-28
lead deep into the fourth
quarter, before losing 35-30
with just over a minute left to
The 30 points were a' sea-
son-high for the Senators,
who are averaging only 13.8
game this sea-
especially in :
the first half.
- This year, SENATOR
total points) BRAVES
outscored in every quarter,
including 48-10 In the third
period ar(d 57-33 in thg
Fletcher's defense is also
allowing 28 points per game
and not creating turnovers,
such as forced fumbles or
But it's not all gloom and
doom. Sure, the Senators are
on track for their first losing
season since 1997, but there
is still a lot left to play for,
including running the table
at home to cap the season.
Friday begins a.three-game
homestand. And a district'
win against Ed White (5-2) on
Thursday, Oct. 26, would
basically make Fletcher's sea-
A season-ending victory
over Wolfson (3-4) on Nov. 3
would give Fletcher a 4-6
What went wrong and
what went right for the '
Senators this season, in my
opinion, is as follows:,
Fletcher isn't what it used to
be, that's a given, but some
longtime opponents on the
schedule are much better
than previous years.
After seven games, the
Senators have played six
teams with winning records.
Fumbles in the red zone:
Fletcher has coughed up more
fumbles inside its
own 20 than ever
before. The costly
been drive killers
to say the least.
but it could be
"/ offense can't
- --- seem to gain
NNY momentum in
HOUSE the second half.
TE EDITOR A typical pattern
has emerged. The
Senators get behind early,
rally at halftime and then
lose games down the stretch.
Second-half points are hard
to come by.,
- Turnover ratio: Takeaways
are few and far between this
season, while giveaways are
up. Fletcher had 26 takeaways
last season, including 14
interceptions. This year, the
team -has one fumble recovery
and three picks. Fletcher is at
"i,, least minus 10
in that catego-
a stable of
a handful of
TD passes this
S 30 McCann and
35 have evolved
into a potent
pass-catch tandem, but Ray
Scott has disappeared from
th _Maaat rjahjny O'HftK
is 'S rini ri'ed."Wn'at gives?
Why waste all that talent by
running the 'ball 60 percent
of the time?
Leaders need to step up:
Fletcher lacks a vocal leader
that players rally around. Last
year it was Myles LoCoco and
Michael Johns on defense. Joe
Barnhill and Zach Mitchell
led by example on offense. �
Veteran leadership is lacking
among the seniors.
No feature back: Fletcher
hasn't had a 1,000-yard rush-
er since 2004. Sophomore
Deschion Baskerville was on
his way until injuring an
'ankle in Week 5. His 709
rushing yards still lead the
team in that department. A
healthy Baskerville down the
stretch could solve a lot of
Fletcher's offensive woes.
Fletcher is peaking: I know
that sounds strange, but it's
true. The Senators are getting
better, as evidenced by their
play the past two weeks.
Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Senators ball carrier Jason Kelly (6) picks up some yardage against Lee High Oct. 6 at Fletcher High School. Kelly, a junior and a
starting defensive back, has filled in admirably for injured Deschion Baskerville in the Senators' backfield.
Fletcher kept it close
against Lee and Parker with
wire-to-wire effort. Now they
have to close the deal. This is
a talenite. team with several
college prospects. They just
haven't put it all together yet.
Paxon is the perfect elixir
to stoke the homecoming
Fletcher can erase a season's
worth of frustration with an
upset win over Ed White the
It can happen people.
There's nothing more danger-
ous than a Wounded animal.
Fletcher has the talent to
go 3-0 to end the season and
leave a legacy as the team
that didn't quit.
The road to renewal starts
with Friday's homecoming
gaine ahd a 7 p.m'.kickoff.
Fletcher wins Gateway Conference cross-country title
Fletcher High runners, from left, Allison Shemenski (third), Megan Bary (second) and Marki Lyon
(first) with their individual medals at Monday's Gateway Conference cross-country championships.
Runners from the Senators girls team swept'
the top three spots in Monday's Gateway.
Conference championships to help the squad
earn a narrow victory over Stanton Prep.
Marki Lyon, Megan Bary and Allison
Shemenski finished 1-2-3 as Fletcher secured the
Bar)' led most of the race but was confused by
the final turn on the course at Florida
Community College at Jacksonville's north cam-
pus. She had to backtrack and lost three sec-
Confusion occurred over some tape affixed to
a pylon near the end of the race. Bary took a
wrong turn and was forced to re-trace her steps
and return to the course to avoid being disqual-
Lyon, meanwhile, heard Senators coach
Whitney Mallory's shouted instructions not to
follow Bar)' but to stay straight on the 3.1-mile
course. That bit of advice led Lyon to a. first-
In the initial results posted at the meet,
Fletcher and Stanton finished in a tie for first
with 32 points each. But a re-calculation of
individual totals determined a Blue Devils boys
'runner had inadvertently been added to the girls
score. When the mistake was found, the
Senators were crowned champions by a single
Bary, a sophomore, has been one of the area's
premier cross-country runners and a consistent
winner in the mile and two-mile runs during
track and field season in the spring. Her time of
19:13 Monday was just three seconds behind
Lyon's winning mark of, 19:10. Shemenski fin-
ished in 19:21.
It's a talented, young Fletcher girls team. Bary
is the "veteran" of the group with freshmen
Lyon and Shemenski learning from.-their one-
year older teammate.
With the victory the Senators will now eye
the district championship races Oct. 27-28.
I In the Gateway Conference boys champi-
onships also taking place Monday, Fletcher fin-
Alex Schanen was the Senators' top finisher,
placing 'third with a time of 16:07.
The Fletcher girls volleyball team was set to
begin play in the District 2-5A tournament
Tuesday evening against Orange Park.
The Senators will seek to avenge a four-game
loss at Orange Park earlier this month. It was a
match-up Fletcher had been looking forward to
all season but the team fell to the Raiders, 20-25,
25-23, 20-25, 20-25.
In that contest, June Nardiello led the
Senators with 11 kills, 15 digs and three aces.
Kristen LaCoste had eight service points service
points, Michelle Martin had eight blocks and
Kelli Thurson recorded 26 assists.
Fletcher suffered disappointment in last
week's Gateway Conference tournament when
the team sprinted out to a 2-0 lead over Stanton
Prep only to fall in five games as the Blue Devils
rallied to win, 22-25, 15-25, 26-24, 25-23, 15-9.
"I think this is the perfect motivation for dis-
tricts," LaCoste said after the match. "We know
how it feels to lose. It's very humbling and we
know we have to put it together for districts
because that's when it really matters."
The R leaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader
October 18, 2006
American Legion croakerevent successful
C congratulations to Don
Snyder for capturing first
place in this year's
American Legion Post 129
annual croaker tournament..
Over 100 anglers in 42 boats
* and two kayaks participated in
this very successful affair.
Leroy Holloway won. the
heaviest aggregate with his:
catch of croakers weighing 10
pounds, three ounces. The
largest legal redfish ended in a
tie. Both Scott Tait"and Clery
Cagnessola caught a redfish
weighing three pounds, 15
The mystery fish winner was-
George Brier with a 10.5 ounce
Tournament director Clyde
Aston did another great job. All
anglers were commenting on
how well organized everything
Cooler water means better
fishing on the party grounds.
Surf fishing will also steadily
improve as we move toward
Capt. Dennis Young on his
"Sea Dancer" last Friday with
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the Shoemaker party' brought
fiome three snapper to 10
., pounds, a 23-pound grouper
and a good catch of big seabass.
On Sunday, Capt.- Dennis
and the Duane Schmidt party
Iced down five snapper weigh-
ing between six and 12
pounds, a 10-pound grouper
and three triggerfish weighing
between seven and eight
pounds. On both trips Capt.
Dennis reports that they were
releasing hundreds of under-
sized snapper and -grouper.
History Picture of the Week features Bill Groves with the 160-
,,pound tarp hecaAht churnming off.Pi,, in,~ .
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Capt. George Strate made
three excellent trips to the
party grounds last week. On
Wednesday, he took the
"Mayport Princess" all the way
to the,Elton grounds before
they anchored up. They imme-
diately brought three amber-
jack over the rail all weighing
over 50 pounds.
They caught dozens of two-
to four-pound beeliners; three
snapper and dozens of snapper
and grouper just a little too
small to keep.
On Friday a party of 15
enthusiastic anglers fished hard
from the "Princess" and
returned with eight snapper
they could keep, three grouper,
11 jacks to 40 pounds and lots
of stringer fish.
Capt Lowell Breeding, Butch
Garvin and James Getgley on
"P K's Mistake" last Tuesday
fished the Party Ground bot-
tom for six snapper to 10
pounds, two grouper to 12
pounds and a dozen big
On Thursday, Butch Garvin
on his "Early Times" tookphis
live shrimp and float rigs up
near White Shell in the river
and caught 20 trout. Butch
had two at five pounds each.
George Atelevich continues
to bring home great catches of
huge flounder. Last week, on
Wednesday, George caught 12
flounder with the largest weigh-
ing 8.5 pounds.
Buddy Pillis caught the
largest flounder that's been
reported recently. His "flat
one" tipped the scales at B&M
at 12 pounds.
Buck Gergley fished the big
jetties with finger mullet and
caught five flounder.
Capt. Kirk Waltz, and his
guests Bill Baker and his wife
Pat, fished the Sisters Creek drop
along the river and released 12
big redbass ranging in weight
from 24 to 32 pounds.
Capt. David King was back
in Nassau Sound last week lift-
ing plenty of pompano, whit-
ing and bluefish onto his
"Crusty Crab." On one trip
last Thursday his catch includ-
ed 14 pompano and 25 whit-
ing and on Sunday he located
a school of bluefish and using
artificial caught 15 blues, a
redbass and a trout.
Billy and Ann White took full
advantage of the great weather
and a great bite of croakers last
week inthe river. They caught
100, some weighing over a
Anglers on the Jacksonville
Beach Pier enjoyed plenty of
action last week.
Veteran angler Spencer
Brogden went into action last
Wednesday and caught five
drum, a redbass and four floun-
der weighing up to four
Fr. lo subtrinea
Terri Lynn Booth caught this red fishing with guide Fred Morrow
at the jetties.
Bobby Twigg drew a crowd as
he fought a 30-pound jack and
brought it over the rail. D.J.
Nieves weighed up a five-pound
flounder he caught around the
David and Steve Gale caught
their limit of pompano to three
pounds and other pier anglers
put lots of jacks, whiting and
blues in their coolers all last
Canal guide John Dyrssen,
with Craig Dewhurst and a
friend on a half day last Friday
morning, used live shrimp to
net 11 trout, two flounder and
a redbass in one of his favorite
creeks. John also reported his
first 12-inch cobia in 46 years
of canal fishing. The little guy
took a small live shrimp.
On Monday afternoon, John
took shrimp he had left to a
feeder creek south of
McCormick Bridge and caught
five additional trout all weigh-
ing about three pounds.
Al Wiltshire and his friend
Don Sutton fished Nassau
Sound last Wednesday and
caught three Spanish, three
speckled trout and a redbass.
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-
spring turkey hunt applica-
tions for the 2007 season
are available from the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
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
"Hunters can increase their
chances of being selected by
submitting as many.$5 non-
refundable applications as
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they like. Successful appli- Florida's fish and wildlife
cants pay an additional $50 laws may face enhanced
- $175, depending on the penalties.
special-opportunity hunt A new law increases penal-
area selected. ties for repeatedly violating
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turkey hunts, visit the Web law also increases the penalty
site at MyFWC.com/hunt- for.hunting or fishing with a
ing. The Florida Fish and suspended or revoked license.
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Commission is headquar- suspended or revoked license
tered at 620 S. Meridian St., is now a first-degree misde-
Tallahassee, Fla, 32399- meaner Anyone convicted of
1600. Its phone number is violating the law now faces a
850-488-4676. mandatory $1,000 fine and
five-year suspension of all
Hunting/Fishing FWC recreational licenses,
Hunters and fishermen and also could be sentenced
who repeatedly violate to up to a year in jail.
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ators stu but SEC title s ti. ll within reach
There but for a slip or
two, the Florida Gators
would still be undefeat-
ed and over the roughest
bump on the road to
The Gators should be com-
ing into Alltel Stadium unde-
feated and an odds-on
favorite to win the SEC
championship this year. Why
not? Preseason picks like LSU
and Tennessee have both met
with grief so far. And Georgia
has not only met with grief,
it's stuck to them like a bottle
of Elmer's glue.
That leaves Auburn still in
the driver's seat despite its
humiliation by Arkansas.
True, the Tigers still have to
conquer Ole Miss, Georgia-
and Alabama, but old War
Eagle has to have the upper
The Gators, still smarting
from that 27-17 stinger at
Auburp (really 21-17 since
the last play was a throw-
away TD) have a respite of
two weeks to work and pray
for rejuvenation - asking
the gods of football to forgive
them for all the sins they
committed in the second
The combo of Chris Leak, '
Andre Caldwell, Percy
Harvin, Tim Tebow and Chris
Hetland gave Florida a 17-11
, margin at the half and made
the team look like sure win-
Then the offense took the
second half off, as often hap-
pens (ask Georgia) and the
Tigers snarled and clawed
their way to victory. How
often do coaches try t.o
remind their teams that
games still-go four quarters,
not a half and some .change?
Whether you're a Gatorite
and believe UF would have
and should have won, or an
Auburnite and think the
Tigers were superior and just
had to get over the Arkansas
embarrassment to get started
again, the fact remains
Auburn won and Florida lost.
But the season is far from
The blocked punt of Eric
Wilbur's (his first ever) might
happen again. The best insur-
ance is to be so far ahead it
The Gators will have to
think about the West, where
Arkansas, Auburn and
Alabama will slug it out.
Teams still have a long way
to go before they get to the
SEC Championship Game in
Atlanta. Right now, we'd say
the Gators should go
unscathed to the end in the
SEC. They have been beating
the Georgia Bulldogs by habit
and this year the Dawgs are
struggling with an almost
It's more likely the Georgia
players, not the coaches,
regarded Vanderbilt as just
another practice game. They
haven't been watching the
Commodores. Vandy is good
and comes to play.
These days no team can be
taken for granted. Not even
Missy State, which meets
UGA this Saturday in Athens.
Guess that's better than play-
ing them in Starkville, where
you almost have to take a
safari to get there.
On the brighter side, the
Jaguars' ace punter Chris
Hanson and his bride, Kasey,
will add an exemption this
month. Another young
punter is expected, The
Hansons already have one lit-
tle mouth to feed, a two-year-
old,,Chris Informs us. Daddy
Hanson will turn 30 this
month, but is somehow still
able to get around.
Phora.b, ROB D-rJ3GELO
Former Nease High and current University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow fires a pass during
last spring's Blue and Orange Game in Gainesville. Tebow, a freshman, scored another rushing
touchdown in last Saturday's 27-17 loss to Auburn.
Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High swimmers from the class of 1957 recently attended a Senators swim meet at the pool
named after one of its members, John "Wimpy" Sutton, third from left. Joining Sutton are, from left:
John Goodling, Ed Seay, Dekel Cobb, George Bull, Diane Townsend and Karen Hawkins.
Water exercise program pro-
vides a total body workout for
people of all ages and fitness
levels. Classes include exercise
for aerobic conditioning, flexi-.
' bilitv and strength.
Shallow water classes take
place Monday to Friday morn-
ings and evenings; deep water
classes Mon. Weds. and Sat.
For more information contact
the UNF Aquatic Center at 620-
An open-to-the-public fanta-
sy football league will present
this season's Monday Night
Football games on the movie
screen in the main showroom
at Atlantic Theatres. Doors will
open at 7:30 p.m. even'
Monday throughout the NFL
The league has a $20
entrance fee. Proceeds will be
distributed to winners at the
end of the season.
Admission to the Monday
night screenings is free to
league members and $3 for oth-
ers. Proceeds from admission
charges will be donated to
H.E.R.O.E.S., a local charity pro-
viding K-12 scholarships for at-
risk youngsters in the
For more information con-
tact Bryce Pfanenstiel at 249-
Flag Football registration for
kids ages 5-17 is underway. The
deadline to register is Nov. 4.
Winter season leagues, which,
will run from December,
through February, are forming
throughout the First Coast area,
including at the University of
North Florida, Ponte Vedra
Beach, Mandarin and Orange
For information, locations,
dates and to register, visit
www.i9sports.com or call (904)
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 induded
in the $250 price.
For more information contact
Jack at (904) 707-7805 or Alex
at (904) 728-0029. Or e-mal
Girls on the Run
Registration is now open
for Girls on the Run of N.E.
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for girls that combines
running and training for a 5K
(3.1 miles) run/walk, along
with healthy living education
and life lessons.
Spring programs take place
at various locations through-
out Ponte Vedra Beach,
Atlantic Beach and Neptune
Beach. Volunteer coaches are
also needed to work with a
team of girls. For more infor-
mation phone 321-4315 or
Island FC is forming boys and
girls travel soccer teams for the
2006-7 season. Teams will be
offered in the following age
groups: U-12.(bom on or after
8/f/94 but before 7/31/96); U-
14 (born on or after 8/1/92 but
before 7/31/94); LI-16 (born on
or after 8/1/90 but before
7/31/92) and U-18 for those
born on or after 8/1/88 but
For more information contact
Megan Pardue at 234-2646.
Strollerfit - exercise with your
baby. Outdoor classes where
mothers turn their strollers into
portable exercise machines are
taking place in Atlantic Beach
Thursday and Saturdays, and Fort
Caroline Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. until
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or
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Wednesday, Oct. 18
District 2-5A Tournament
at FLETCHER, 6:30 p.m.
at the World Golf Hall of
Fame features a historical
overview of the Ryder Cup,
video of significant moments
and artifacts donated or-
loaned by Hall of Fame mem-
bers, for the exhibit, which
will be open through January
. The 36th Ryder Cup,
played between American
and European golf profes-
sionals, took place Sept, 22-
24 near Dublin, Ireland.
. World Golf Hall of Fame
exhibits ate open from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon, through,
Sat. and noon to 6 p.m.,Sun.
Admission is $16 for adults,
$14 for seniors and military
and $11 for children 4-12.
Youngsters'under 4 are
For more information, call
A senior men's doubles league at
the "C" level will' begin October
10 at Huguenot Tennis Center.
Seniors must be over 50 years old
Matches will take place Friday
mornings from Oct. until April
For more information phone
Bob Totter at 247-1865.
We are your
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Thursday, Oct. 19
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A LAND BARGAIN - WYOMING 35 acres
- $49,900; 50 acres - $59,900. Located 90
minutes east of Salt Lake In the foothills of
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Ranches, LLC. (888)541-5263.
JAX BCH 5 blocks to ocean, comer lot
consider owner financing. Owner/ Agent
PV FSBO. 94X125, east of A1A
$369,000 Seller financing. Call
JACKSONVILLE BEACH. 50'x100' lot,
5 blocks from ocean Includes builders
plans lor 2000sf. home, $214,900. Exit
ealty Affiliates Call Bill 904-874-4948
1908 & 1922 2nd St. N. 2 lots together
157 Front x 110 Deep. Zoned RM1 - up to
13 Units Residential Artist Renderings &
Architect Plans available. 2 biks, to ocean.
MLS#310353 $1.59 M. 904-728-2338.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC , OCEANSIDE-
NEAR BEACH GATED COMMUNITY
$169,900- $225,900 Exquisite 1 and 2
BR. Villas- Prestigious Location Granite
countertops, Sunrooms, Walk-In closets
Owners clubhouse/ Fitness room/ Tennis
Courts 90?. Financing for Qualified Pur-
chasers Limited Availability (800)382-3332
Open 7 days.
Sky Valley Resort near Highlands. N.C. spacious
2 level home - 2 or 3 bedrooms - 4 car garage, large
decks, stream, ponds, view, extensive landscaping,
acre plus lot - Many extras $840,000
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1-800.222-6441; o 7. .69 ,
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to $139,900. Single story ranch or two story chalets
available. Call for free info: 828-652-8700
MOUNTAIN WATERFRONT Sale. Lake-
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WATER VIEW LOT
3175 Pullian Ct. 50x120
N. FLA 80 Ac $6200 per acre. .Pines,
hardwoods & cieek Homesites. hunt or
recreation (800)294-2313 Ext 1185 A Bar
Sales, Inc. 7 days 7am-7pm.
OCALA NATIONAL Forest Lois $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-2215
20 ACRES with pond near Slaie & Nall
parks. Camp, Fish. Hunt. 589.900 owner
tin. $4995 down 1800l352-5263 Florida
Woodland Group, Inc. Lic RE Broker.
BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE. NC Mountain
Views. 8+ Acre Mountain Estate. Heavily
Wooded with Stream. EZ Financing-
$49,900. (800)230-6380, ext.120.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 4BR.2BA on large lot.
65x130, well elevated, super -location
Must seel Asking $555.000 BO Call Bill
ATLANTIC BEACH- Cypress Cove,
3BR/2BA home 2-car garage, fenced, ce-
ramic tile, enclosed sunporcn $179.900.
San Marco Realty. 241-3752, 318-6937.
EXECUTIVE COUNTRY home near Gain-
esville, lakeview, upstairs master suire
w/office, 4i3. 2950sf, 5 acres, built 2002.
$469.000. Independent Brokers 904-710-
SOUTH JAX Beach. FSBO, 3BR/2BA,
50'x100' lot w/irrigatllon system, pool, oui-
door kitchen, tile, SS appliances, t400sl.
walk to beach $387,400 (904)247-3879.
ATLANTIC BEACH DUPLEX, 5 biks to
bch. Rare opportunity for investment in
great neighborhood. $519,000. 652-5682
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Covington
Creek, all brck, 3/2, over 2200 sq.fi.. on
cul de sac, $369.900, 221-1630.
HOME FINDER REALTY
DEERFIELD LAKES- 2/1.5 condo,
THE COURTYARDS- 2/2 condo. , no
stairs, private courtyard. $119,900
CYPRESS CREEK- OWNERS SAYS
SELL THIS HOUSE NOW! REDUCED!
Near Mayport Elem. & Wonderwood. Nice
3/2, 2 car gar, freshly painted. new vinyl &
WOLF CREEK- 3/2 5 condo. Almost
brand new w/ garage 8 many upgrades
ARLINGTON HILLS- 3/2, nice starter
home, good area $149,900
HARBOUR SPRINGS- 4/2, 2 car gar.
Newer area, very open, beaut stone
frplc., fenced yard, comer lot. Close to
schools/ beaches. Reduced to $214,900.
DUNNS PLANTATION, Dames Point
area. 4/3, over 30K In upgrades Below
appraisal. Better than a model home
BONAPARTE CROSSING- New home,
4/2, near schools & shops. $234,500.
221-1711 OR 241-5501
1550 sqft, 3/2 w/updated
bathrooms, tile & carpet, 100
ft dock w/boat lift, access to
ICW, motivated seller, bring
MOVE IN Condition. This 3BR/2.5BA,
Jax beach home has been completely up-
dated and remodeled Located at 1404
Declaration Dr tini home is close to the
JTB, beaches and shopping. Just re-
duced.'904-563-1516. 1 .
FSBO 4BR/3BA, large corner lot, Royal
Palms in Atlantic Beaqh; $285,000,
SAWGRASS 2BR.'2BA, completely re-
modeled, new 30 year rool. -12' nickory
cabinets. navehine sione floor. Berber car.
pet and crown molding Seller will pay all
closing costs 5289.900 463 0505.
OPEN HOUSE Jax Beach 803 131h Ave.
N Saturday' Sunday 12-3pm Pool tire-
place, 3BR,1BA close to tbeacri.
$309 500 247,0168
ATLANTIC BEACH. 562 N Naulical Bou-
levard, 3,2.2. walking distance to Irie'
beach. Compietely Renovated. New Kilch
en BUYER INCENTIVES OFFERED
Owner/ Agent, Cornerstone Realty, Inc.
MARSH LANDING C.C.- 3BR/3BA,
2300sl. vaulled ceilings, fireplace, on cul-
de-sac, private, wooded back' yard.
FSBO- 3BR/1BA, concrete 'block, close to
colleges; $89,000. 945-0226.,
ATLANTIC BEACH: 3/2 Charming Beach
Cottage; 937 E Coast Dr; 2 blks ocean/
park/ playground/ tennis. Irrigailon: gor-,
geous landscape; orig pine toor' walls
throughout private backyard, move-in
condition, walk-in closet, large master
bath home warranty. wiil co-op 5795K:
FSBO, 6 blocks to S Jax Bch 3 1 5, new.
ly remodeled $279.900 710-5200
Oceanfront - Newer custom builtl5BR,
4.5BA, with 4725 SF, views of the ocean
from the east and ICW the west. Office,
formal IliIng and dining, tile and
hardwood floors, pool and spa, screened
lanai with hot tub, and private beach.
Isle ofPalma- Former model with 2705
SF and. $71,000 in upgrAdes on
navigable water,. just bring your boat!
Faminuly room with fireplace, formal
dining, and deluxe master suite. Two
screened lanais, deck, balcony, dock w/
boat lift. $889,000
South Hampton - Water to golf view s
compliment this 5BR, 4BA executive
home on the 17th green. Chefs atchen
with cherry cabinets, island. corian. rile,
3 car garage, screened lanal, two bonus
rooms, comm. pool, priced $25k below
Odoms Mill - Lakefront 5BR. 5BA on
culdesac with screened pool/spa, lanai,
bonuaroom is perfect teenage retreat, in-
law suite, wood and tile floors, cordan
counters, formal living and dining, 3 car
garage, comm. pool $679,000
Oman Cav - Walk lo the beach from
this'upgraded, light and bright 4BR,
2.SBA. wih loft, fonrial living and dining.
Mom, udw carpet and paint, tile floors,
oversized screepod lanai. lots ofstorage,
comm. pool. $499,500
Pablo Bay - Why wait to btild?.This
4B1R, 2Aali bric.k6.ppois reik0
anai overlookiglt'ji eace''zi latc .
Upgrades include tile, 42 inch cabinets,
open kitchen with island, corian.
Laul Spring - 4BR, 2A pool home
on beautful lakefront lot! Upgraddtile,
covered lanai overlooks screepd pool,
split bedroom plan, fireplace.. Enjoy
enettaining in your spacious ppol rea,
many bgiarades! $34M5000
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Jacksonville Beach Intracoastal West
1.3527 Bay Island Cir *409,000 13. 13756 Windsor Crown Ct
2. 1084 5. 7th St -$369,000 $649,000-
3. 1208 2nd St Unit 6 $459,900 14. 13909 Intracoastal Drive
4. 320 N. 1st St #804 * $739,000. $364,900
5. 445 th Street. $377,000 15. 13841 reaksea Court
6. 401 North 9th Ave * $349,900 .$
7 16. 13783 Wingfield Place
7.1091 13th t $399,900 $494,0
8. wo d ,00 97' r
3 2 2 14. 139 el Brooka Drive
9. 654 Ocean Blvd 0 $1,599,900
10. 360 1st Street * $889,000
18. 4393 Ash'field Dr * $299,000
19. 13886 Windsor Park Drive.
11. 1849 Ocean Grove D20.1370 Sand pebble
12. 1904 Sherry Drive *$759,900 . '
$229,900 ATLANTIC Beach, 845 Amber-
jack Lane, Royal Palms 3/2 +small office
or large walk-in closet, 1252sf., fully reno-
vated. Adorable house close to beach with
great yard & privacy fence. 904-838-1218.
The Innlet @ PV By .the Sea, 2BR/2BA,
end unit, one level, $1600sf, updated,
large deck overlooking pond, home war-
-anrv, private walk way to the each and
The Lodge $487 000. 904-962-6876
NEPTUNE BEACH home. 4BR 1 5BA
largee 1ot. large pool Greal ocean freeze
aprox 2 1v2 biks to ocean Just reduced
$389,000 Call lor appl. 904-249-3839.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Indian. Springs,
4/2 w/loft, pool home on preserve, approx.
2100 sq.ft., $299,000, 221-1630.
JAX "BEAH,. New construction Town
homes, 3BR/3.5BA, ocean view,
1 5 blocks io each, 1910 sf., no HOA,
granite upgrades. MLS#279276 $569K,.
Ibis Point -4BR, 2.5BA w/lotton private
culdesac, lush landscaping, fenced yard.
sprinkler, open kitchen with breakfast bar,
formal dining, designer molding, master
bedroom is down with garden rub, comm
Jax Beach - Updated 4BR, 2BA coquina
home on an oversized lot t.27 acres) just
blocks to the beach! Wood floors,
fireplace, open kitchen, formal dining.
large great room, inside laundry, screened
porch. shed. hot tub with deck. 5335,000
Florentine - This 3BR. 2.5BA with loft
isonrl one year old and ready now! Enjoy
peaceful lake views from your open patio.
spacious kitchen with breakfast bar,
formal living and dining, oversized
laundry, over S0Ok in upgrades! 5315,000
Pelican Bay - 3BR. 2.5BA just steps to
the Intracoastal! Enjoy peaceful lake
views from your screetted lanai or
entertain on your open deck. Move-in
ready with newer carpet and paint,
upgraded kitchen with tile, corian
Kernan Mill - If you are looking for a
true Florida home., 1ok no further! 3BR,
2BA open floor plan with die throughout,
family room w/fireplace,. deck leads to
private backward with peaceful lake
views. .no backdoor neighbors! $269,900
Windsor Chase - 3BA, 2BR with office,
, stucco front, lush landscaping, fenced
yard with room for a iool, formal dining.
sving, storage, comm. pooS.9- I
Kensington - Adorable.3BR, 2BA patio
home is perfect for first time buyer or
someone looking to downsize. Move in
ready with new carpet, paint, open kitchen
with all appliances, open deck,-.private
yard, comm. pool/tennis. $204,900
JFX BEACH- 4BR/2BA house, 1950sf,
pool, large yard, 2 car garage, boat/ RV
parking. $385,000: 349-6000.
MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town-
home: Close to good schools, base and
Wonderobd Connector. $123,000. 'Call
PABLO BAY OPEN HOUSE
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate .
13702 Weeping Willow
3/2.5, 2642sf., $472,999
Fay Patsourakis. 463-7782
13858 Weeping Willow
4/2, 2552sf., $480,000
Phyllis Staines. 476-7653
JTB. N on San Pablo. LF at
Pablo Bay. LF ai Weeping Willow
* _________ LOVELY, 3BR/2BA w/spacious master
ATLANTIC "BEACH, 3BR/2BA, fireplace, suite, 2 car garage, fireplace and
new carpeting, tile, appliances, fenced screened-in porch. $212,900. 220-8389.
yard. $175,000. (904)993-9191. - ' v . r , ,. ., i11,,.
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SOUTHSIDE - Secret .Woods, all brick,
3.2.2. 1895 sl. built 1987, $284,900 OBO,
.indeoendeni Brokers 710-3111..
FSBO, PONTE Vedra Beach, 3/2,1800 sq
ft,.,one car gar. on lake, $299,900, by ap-
REDUCED. INDIAN Woods Neplune Bcn
home 4BR.2BA, split plan. w'2 story
workshop Upgrades Priced under ap-
praised value to sell %; $399,900 Drive by
1525 Forest Ave Motivated seller
Will co-op. 1904463-7245
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NEPTUNE BEACH fixer upper; perfect
for Investor or owner/ occupant, con-
crete block. 4 blocks from ocean,
$285.000. call Mark. 591-6976.
Neptune Beach, corner lot, 2000sf., 2car
garage, new roof. kitchen needs help
$329K worth $385K. 591 -7392.
OWNER/ BROKER, 3BR/2BA. San Pablo
& Beach New floors, paint, roof. applian.
ces. Below appraisal. 982-7620
FOR SALE BY OWNER -- 2BR condo, St
Pelersburg. 1 mile liom Gull of
Mexico/Don Cesar. On Isla Del Sol golf
course. Completely fumrshed. $370,000
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Dolphin Cove, 3BR/2BA, nuge corner lot.
ali brick, cul-de-sac, updated tile in main
living area Ready to go! Just Reduced
PALMS @ MARSH LANDING
2BR, 2BA condo upgraded tile & carpet.
backs to preserve. vaulted ceilings.
Molivaled seller $199.900.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
4BR/2BA huge cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and tennis. minutes to the Beaches
At school. $288,900
BIKE TO OCEAN!
OPEN HOUSE 10115,1-4PM
OFF PENMAN RD.
4BR/2BA w/pooll 2000+si, new rool,
HVAC. fence, flooring, windows, garage
door Offered at $384,900.
INVESTOR ALERT - PVB!I
TWO 1BR/ 1BA +ilo Ponte Vedra Beach
Condos. upgrades including granite & tile
floors. fireplace, custom lighting, private
beach access, tennis, fitness room. 1 unit
currently leased $189 900 & $195.900.
',IH AVE. S.- SOUTH JAW BEACH
Key Wertsty' sle cottage 2BR/1 6BA ador-
able With huge great room.- prrwate badK-
yard great or entertaining. Low mainte-
nance landscaping. $319.900.
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Motivated seller' 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace. wood floors. Icar garage.
Offered at $144.900.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3BR/2 5BA, comer lot, exc. condition ,
close to beaches & schools. $254.900.
Seller to pay $ t 000 closing costs
LEASE PURCHASE OPTION!
-Upgraded home on San Pablo Circle,
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard, large den. immaculate-
ly maintain ed at $326.900.
..NEAR NOCATEE- NEASE HS
4/2 HOME in Walden Chase off CR 210.
never lived in, huge great room, $349,900.
2 LOTS EAST OFA1A-PVB
Off Solano Rd. 1 has small beach cottage,
been remodeled. Take advantage ol golf
views or purchase both for your dream
home . Not many like this' 2BR/2BA
beach cottage, $499,900 Adaitional lot is
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
PVB. 0 down, seller pays closing costs;
1BR/1BA, 550sf, tiled, new appliances,
ground floor, golf course view; $137,900.
PV BCH 2BR/2BA w/l fireplace, all applian.
ces stay. $175,900 2151 Seahawk Drive, .
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists
PVB - OWNER FINANCE
Orly $6K down, new 2/2/+ lakeview.
$209K. last one' 727-458-4230
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
vated, $189,900, possible lease/purchase,
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH. 3BR/2BA.
vaulted ceiling. beautiful tile. Bright. open
floor plan No dogs $455,000.
PVB, 1BRilBA w/gorgeous view, new ap-
pliances, tile. Exc amenities $159,900
ATL BCH, 2BR 1.5BA. 1250sl. completely
remodeled- kitchen, bath. tile carpet &
more. Custom closets, stone Irplc.
$1t 13,600. 773-3777.
AWESOME OCEAN front condo, south
Jax Beach. very nice, 1/1 w/ glassed-in
porch ceramic tiles, new appliances.
$399.000 OBO. 1904)881-5793
WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES, near
San Marco, 1BRilBA, $85,000
2BR/1.5BA, $133,900. Sea Slate Really
OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool. views
from every room $514,900. Owner/ agent
568-4818: . '
2BR/2BA! w/garage, walk to the beach/
The Lodge, new carpet & paint. Tenant
will stay or go. Reduced for quick sale,
$229,90., "The Colony @ PVB,
904-509-6106. , ,
OCEANVIEW 3/2, exc. cond. Condo fee
$239/mo. Motivated seller $699,000. Day
phone 553-0509, after 5pm 241-2443.
PVB, 2/2. flat, ehd unit. fireplace, gated
community wi5 star amenities. Lease/ op-
tion possible $295,000 Call Broker/ Own-
er. Kirk Killebrew 463 1131
FSBO. 1BR/1BA: Palms at Marsh Land-
ing. Perfect location, private marsh' view.
842 sq. ft. Newly renovated In 2004. Ask-
ing only $152,000. 476-5280.
Ready 2008. Prices start at $499k. Call for
details. Renee L. Baron, Inc. 242-2821.
2 BLOCKS to ocean Jax Beach newer
condos, consider lease option, $269,900.
$215,000- 2/2, garage, all appL incl., Jar-
din De Mer, 247-4211.
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Th.p Re~.aichs felpr/Ponte VedrarnLeade~r -
October 18, 2006 ** ---**--------
APPROXIMATELY 1 mile to -beach.
1BR/1.5BA w/lott, new roof. wood deck,
Kitchen upgraded $217,000. 242-7529,
ESTATE SALE, PVB 2/2/+
Sat - Sun. only. 12-5pm. Park selling,
lakeview, new unit. Reduced $20K. FSBO,
(904)284-5251. Ocean Grove, $210K.
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RAY BREAULT President
1328 Tn.,r, STEE NOR-H
JACKiOimLu.E BEAC.,, FL 32250
PiouE: 904-247-7414 Fm 904-247-7475
30 yr. FIXED- 5.875% w/WAC
15yr. FIXED- 5.5% w/WAC
1% S5yrs FIXED/WAC
12041 Beach Blvd., Suite 5
Jacksonville, FL 32246
RATES ARE SU
ADMIRAL'S WALK. 3/2 DW, WD, deck &
scr porch. Great cond. $42,500 Call
SINGLE WIDE 2BR/2BA i- storage shed,
*87, PEAC, $9000. excellent condition,
14036 Downs Lane #580. Portside, Call
BEACHES OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE,
2850si.. $2850/mo includes utilities Call
Bar @ 241-3111 (Ext 11).
1BR 1BA condo at The Palms at Marsh
Landing. Country Club amenities.
FURNISHED STUDIO. W/D, Sawgrass
Beach Club villa. $850/mo. Please Call
- 838-9598 between 9am-Spm.
ATLANTIC BEACH Duplex (downstairs)
2/1, 2 blocks from beacn, patio, backyard,
W/D, storage room 1300 sqft, $1200/mo.
1BR. W/D, utilities included, no gels 235
Canal Blvd.,. bottom unit $775/mo.
AT..JA.TI.C.AeH'g MAYP.f aT A
i ,it 29iSebago Ame, So / Oak ,Harbor, 1
- Alinwi3BR/2BA,-tle,-carpel.lnced yar,
no pets, year lease. $1200/mo. 631-3583
1901 Challenger Ct. WesI/ Courtyards
2BR/2BA loft, tile' carpet, new appliances,
pnvate courtyard, no pets, year lease.
$950/mo 631 -3583 or 612-8868
3BR/2.5BA 8 blocks from beach; tile
floors; granite counter tops, stainless steel
appliances: 2 car garage: $1500/mo. +
$1500 deposit; no pets, call Cindy. 241-
5251 or 451-9208.
1BR APT for rent. $600/mo plus
ATLANTIC BEACH, 62 Ocean Blvd,
2BR/IBA, W/D Included: CH&A. tile floor,
1 block to ocean. $1200/mo. 1st, last and
SAWGRASS BEACH Club, Efficiency,
util. Incl., $1100/mo. 273-0213.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment,. excel.
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or
JAX BEACH- 2BR cottage near ocean.
CH&A, WDHU, no pets, $925/mo � $500
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA condol Club
pool. exercise & morel $875/mo.
3BR/2BA, $1200/mo. All South Realty,
CLEAN 3BR Townhouse, near ocean,
Neptune Bch. $1295/mo. Charles Leo.
nard, Broker, 241-7675
LARGE 1BR w/loft. Neptune Beach, Sum-
mer Sands. All new appliances, fireplace.
garage. $850/mo. 993-7328.
JAX BEACH Studio apt. $500/mo. Also
IBR/1BA $625/mo Just 4 blocks to
ocean. All South Realty. 241-4141.
OCEANFRONT- 3BR/2BA condo In S.
Jax Bch. Convenient to shopping, JTBI
Club pool. garage & morel $1700/mo. Al-
so, 2BR/2BA $1400/mo. All South Realty.
ACROSS STREET trom ocean. 2BR/1BA.
CH/A, WDHU, 808 First St., So, Jax
Beach, Apt. 3, 881-259-0783, credit
WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D Included, CH/A. ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.'405 141h Ave. S.,
Jax Bch No pets. $825/mo, $825/sec.
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550. on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1BA, hardwood
floors, CH&A, WDHU. 1.5 blocks to
beach, lst/ last mo. rent, SD, 1 year
lease. $900/mo. Donna Ross Real Es-
tate, Inc. 246-48P2..
WALK TO Beach. Efficiency $550/mo.
1BR $650/mo., 2BR $800/mo, secunty
deposit, no pets, .12ro.. lease. 514-8530.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
, $675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands
Townhome, VERY CLEAN, 1500sq.,
3/2.5, W/D, garage.pool, No Pets, Non-
Smokers, $1280/mo. 655-2718
BEACHES 2/2, lakefront view, many ex-
tras, Avail immed. Will pro-rale 1st
month's rent. $1200/mo. 382-6145
ATLANTIC BEACH, IBR/1BA, lower du-
plex, 271 East Coast Dr., $800/mo., in-
cludes water ulil.,923-2545.
ATLANTIC. BEACH Cottage. Beach Ave.,
oceanview, 2BR/1BA, fireplace, skylights,
cable TV. No smoking, no pets.
$1450/mo. 241-6913. 8,87-9596.
311 NORTH 1sl St. Large 2BR/1BA apt.
w/den, hardwood firs.. W/D. CH&A, block
from Town Center $1200!mo. 273-7338.
JAX BEACH block & half from water.
2BR/IBA, CH/A, WDHU. FP. $695/mo.
904-891-0606 or 352-478-2161.
Ttini tFi N' . 8W ,ican 1
r&A, WDHU, "fI295/ $1225//io,
BEACHFRONT IBR/ 1BA, 108 Orange
S, Nep, Bch,- downstairs, $1050/mo Incl.
STUDIO APARTMENT & 2 BEDROOM
HOME FOR RENT
Short Term Leases Stualdo - $850 per
month/650 sq. ft House - $1450 per
month/ 1300 sq ft. Extremely beautlilul res-
idences, only 4-houses from ocean, views
of ocean from property, gated carport, pri-
vate swimming pool, washer/dryer. Studio
- giant 20X30 ft deck & fireplace. House-
screened patio First and Last month's
rent & $1,000 deposit. One renter per res-
Idence. No Pets. Call 904-887-9595.
OCEANVIEW, JAX BCH
2/1, apartment, 101C 16th Ave S CH/A.
WDHU No dogs $995/mo. +$500/deposll
211 N. 81h St., 1/1 apartment No dogs
$625/mo. Broker/ Owner, 249-8766 Call
2BR/1 5BA TOWNHOME in Atlantic
Beach. 5 blocks to ocean. $1200'mo *
$1200 dep., 591-1226.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. renovated
2BR. all amenities, avail soon, $1100/mo
?47-1417. 1BR, near ocean. $750/mo.
JAX BEACH, east or AlA. 2/1. large up-
slairs, CH&A, W/D, pnvate deck. $1120
MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town-
home, CH&A, WDHU. 1239 Mayport
Landing 'Dr.. $790/mo., $700 aep.. 280-
2728. leave message.
JAX BEACH, East ol 3rd Walk to beach!l
2BR/1.5BA townhome. $1050imo. Pets
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/2BA condo. just steps
to ocean! Club pool $875/mo. All Souln
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave South,
1BR/1BA. $685/mo (904)891-0606.
ATLANTIC BCH off Seminole Ra Beauti-
ful newer 3/2.5 townhome, 1Oft ceilings,
light & bright, hardwood floors, 1 car gar.,
small fenced backyard, 8 blocks to beach.
$1495/mo., flexible terms. Call June, First
Trust Realty, 994-3608.
2/1 LOCATED 2 blocks from the ocean
on East Coast Dr., $900/mo., water
Included. No pets. Call Scott,
Llsted4Less Realty (904)727-0071.
RE -Lii ,0
JAX BEACH- Immaculate 3BR/2BA unit In
the Palms, ground floor. lakeview unit Fit-
ness center. pools, tanning, tennis, clut-
house, & morel $1250.mo. 904-372-9222
HOM'E'FOR RENT 215
WEST BEACHES. Ibis Point, 3/3 w/office.
2400sf., GR w/llireplace, LR, DR, EIK, cov-
ered patio, comm. pool. spnnkler system,
water softener $1575/mo TDO Manage-
ment Services. 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse. 1 bik. to.
ocean, 3BR/2 5BA, 1850sq. ft1, available
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, lfenced yard, $1250/mo * deposit
JAX BEACH- 909 7th Ave North,
2BR/1BA house w/screened in porch,
fenced yard. CH&A, $950/mo
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.
SOUTH JAX Beach 3BR/1.5BA. 6 blocks
lo ocean. $1300/mo. 710 5200
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Indian Springs
4/2 w/ loft, pool home on preserve,
$1650/mo -,sec dep., 221-1630.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR/2BA lully fumished. 1
car garage, fenced yard. Incl. wireless., in
ternet. & cable. Completely updated. 3
blocks from beach. For photos e-mail ma-
riaeugeniarojo @ bellsouth net. $1500/mo
Long'term lease (407) 394-5858.
ATLANTIC BCH/ MAYPORT, Cypress
Cove, spacious 3/2, +bonus room, fire-
place, fenced yard, great condition No
smoking/pets $1100/mo +- deposit. 755-
ATLANTIC BCH townhouse, 3.5BR/ 2BA.
everything new, ceramic tile throughout,.
marsh view. 2979 Bayshore Dr. Mayport
Landing Must seel $1 100/mo. 465-2163.
3BR/3BA BEACH HOUSE, 227 North St.,
approx. 1600sqit, 1 block from ocean.
pels welcomed, great backyard, $1900.
rent/ lease-own, call 233-2151
INDIAN SPRINGS, 4BR/2.5 BA, approx.
3000 sI. 2 car gar., asking $1650/mo -t
$1650 deposit., ready to move in.
(904)270 8515. 472-5913
$ 875 713 Belleza Ponte Vedra 1/1 875
$1000 412 The Palms Jax Beach 2/2 1156
$1000 703 Villas of Marsh Landing Jax Beach 2/2 1080
$1050 36 The Colony Ponte Vedra 2/2 1100
$1100 535 Ocean Links i Pone Vedra 2/2 1200
$1500 9757 Rough Creek Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 2/2 1465
$1500 1106 Valencia Jax Beach/Beach Pkwy 2/2 1356
$1600 744 Summerhouse 1 Beach Ponte Vedra 3/2 1500
$1600 804 Templeton Lane Ponte Vedra/Aalden Chase4/2 1700
$1750 97 Voyager Court Ponie Vedra/Sawgras4 TPC 3/2 1750
$1750 144 Shelby Cove Court Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2000
$1800 104 Crosscove Circle Ponte Vedra/Seaside -4/3 2345
$2000 505 Seascape Ja.\ Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 1300
$2000 13830 White Heron Place Jax/Pablo Bay 5/4 2850
$2200 906 Mira Vista Atlantic Beach 3/3 2050
$2260 10302 Ocean Grande South Ponte Vedra 3/3 2035
$2400 905 2" Street North, #C Jax Beach 3/3 2444
$2400 201 Portofino Palm Valley 3/2 2460
$2400 68-291 Avenue South Jax Beach , 3/2.5 2132
$2400 560 LeMaster Drive Ponte Vedra 3/2 2500
$2500 70 Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach 4/4 2800
$2500 117 Deer Cove Drive Pome Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5 2000
$2500 408 Seaspray Lane '-.Pnt, ., 1 3 , 3
'S '-"' 'Pro T >ra' ) nI al
' 'O. -' 102-; ". '-- -,;'B. ,,
$2700 804 Metropolitan Jax Beach/Oceanview 3/2 1799
$3000 165 Barberry Lane Ponie Vedra/Sawgrass TPC 3/2.5 3800
$3300 570 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Ponte Vedra 3/2.5 3158
$3500 605 Landmark Condominium Jax Beach/Oceanfront 4/3.5 2650
$4500 1550 Beach Avenue Atlantic Beach 4/3 5 4020
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$ 900/wk Beach Club Villas
$ I 1100/wk 49 Tifton Way North a
S1300/wk Deer Run
$1400 The Colony
$1500 741 Spinnaker's Reach
$1500/wk 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
Sawgrass Beach Club Eff.
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2.5
Sawgrass Country Club 3/2
Ponie Vedra 2/2
Sawgrass Beach Club I/I
*Special Rate' S. Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2100
1600 Sea Plhice Atlantic Beach 2/2 1200
1600/wk 2839 S: Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra 3/1.5 1500
1600/wkThe Retreat " Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
1800/wk Ocean Manor Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 3/2 1800
1900 Loggerhead Lane Saw grass/Players Club 3/2.5 1600
2000 Las Brisas Jax Beach/Oceanfront 2/2 1200
2000 Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Oceanside - 3/2 1700
2000 2011 Beach Ave (3mo.ini r Atlantic Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 1500
2200 Quail Point 1H Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 1800
2200 9986 Rough Creek Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 1800
2300 92 Tifton Way North Sawgrass Country Club 3/2 1900
2500 Pelican Point Jax Beach/Oceanfront 2/2 1200
2500 31 Little Bay Harbor Sawgrass Country Club 2/2.5 1680
2500/wk 728 Oceanfront ' Neptune Beach/Oceanfront 3/2.5 w*ganmr an2600
2700/wk 2824 Coastal Hwy Vilano BeachlOceanfront/Pool6/4 , 4000
2900 68-291" Avenue South Jax Beach 3/2.5 2132
3000 ,703 Landmark 17 mo min iJax Beach Oceanfront 3/2 1829
3100/wk725 Ponte Vedra Blvd Ponie Vedra/Oceantront/Pool 5/3 3000
3300 133 Sea Hammock Way Ponie Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1614
5500 1931 Beach Ave(3mo.rrin.) Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400
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top floor condo, direct oceanfront balcony .overlooks lagoon. $1175/mo. 5BR/3BA brick home w/fenced
views, amenities, garage., $3000/mo. 133 Magnolia - NB 2BR/1 BA, top backyard, comer lot, 2700sqft, two car
SOceanside 932 - JB 3BR/3.5BA, floor large duplex, plus den, less than garage $1895/mo.
condo has luxurious features, ocean block to bch. $1150/mo. Pao Bay - San Pablo 4BR/3BA newer
porch, sunset porch, garage. Intracoastal West home on. water, upgrades throughout,
$2800/mo. Bishop's Court - Hodges open floor plan. $1900/mo.
r North Shore - JB 3BR/2BA, brand End units w/views, Unfurnished Condos
new construction w/incredible ocean all appliances, amenities. Ocean Links - PV
views, garage, amenities. $2300/mo. 1BR/I BA, ground floor. $875/mo. 2BR/2BA, second floor, screened porch,
Oakbridge at Sawgrass - PV IBR/I BA, ground floor. $900/mo. fireplace, amenities $950/mo.
I 4BR/2BA, home has screened lanai, Reserve at Pointe Meadows - Gate Be eza - PV 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor top/
S water to golf views, 2 car garage. Pkwy2BR/2BA2ndfloorcondow/tile end unit, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, all
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SawgrassPlayersClub-PV 2BR/2BA. Wolf Creek - Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, Paines at Marsh Landing. m&-
home has wood deck %w/lagoon to golf townhouse, all upgraded. screened Sreenedporch, ile floors, amenities.
course views, remodeled. $1500/mo. porch, amenities. $1100/mo. IBR/1BA. 3rd floor, vaulted ceilings. .
434 9th Avenue N. - JB 3BR/1 BA, IL Villagio - Southside 2BR/2.5BA 50/mo. u
Some has hardwood floors, all new two story condo w/upgrades 2BRv A. 2nd floor, top00/mo.it,
q interior, fenced backyard. $1400/mo. throughout, amenities. $1200/mo. vaulted ce d floor, w/wood floors,
q Villages of Solano - PV . Brightwater - ate Pkwy replace, private garage. $1150/m
3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft, 2BR/2.5BA, townhouse w/upgrades
arage, patio, very neutral and clean, throughout, porch, garage. $1250/mo. '_ .
$130/mo. 3BR/2.5BA, end unit. $1250/mo. REIMAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE I
Beach Avenue - AB 2BR/IBA, 2nd Stonefield at Bartram Park - "01 Shannon'Smith
story duplex, ocean views, wood deck, Mandarin 3BR/2.5BA, newer two ,, (904) 285-5640
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-' r .. " . . ' garage, amenities. $1550/mo. - . . 1
BEAUTIFUL 3/2 South Jax Beach
home, 5 blocks from beach. recently reno-
vated Inside and out. W/D included
NB, 2BR/2BA. 2 houses from ocean,
fenced backyard. garage. $2000/mo
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3/2/2, 1540s1.,
fireplace, new carpet, yard svc. No pets
OCEAN VIEW home 3/2.5 beautiful home
1 2 block to Ine beach. All appliances,
wood floors, oerber carpet, crown mold-
ing Fumrnished or unfurnished $2400/mo..
68- 291h Ave. South. (904)536-3308.
JAX GOLF & Country Club, 4BR 3.5BA.
$2300imo incl lawn main Fenced yard,
pets allowed w/ deposit. 1904)219-9416
FURNISHED BUNGALOW w/utilities.
Long' short term. 2/1, fenced yard, pets
OK 4 blocks from beach $1600/mo. Call
Broker, Owner. Kirk Killebrew. 463-1131.
JAX BEACH- 428 3rd Ave So., 2BR/1BA
house, CH&A. fenced yard. $775/mo,
(904)891-0606 or 1352)478-2161.
JAX BCH. 4 blocks from ocean, 3BR
1 5BA CH/A, lile & carpets, new kit. cabi-
nels $1250/mo plus $1100/dep Dogs
30lbs and under considered. 514-4229
WEST BEACHES, Sutton Lakes, 4/2,
2300sf Formal LR/DR. Family room
w/tireplace. carpet. cath ceilings, fenced
yard. $1450/mo TDO Management Serv-
NEP BCH, large 4BR 2BA. new paint, tile
& carper with gar., plus covered parking
for boat & RV. $1650'mo. 904-704-1828
JAX BEACH. 3/1 newremodel. all appl.:
lawn service; 809 8th Ave. So. $1300/mo
, dep. 246-2634.
3BR 2BA, CH/A, 1800sl. $1300/mo. Call
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 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
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA home. 1 year
lease, $1250'mo. +$1000t'sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. off Penman and North 12th
Ave. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.
PALM VALLEY, 3/2 Mobile Home. Quiet
and serene. Montih-to-monh lease
$950/mo Owner/ AgenIl. Cornerstone Re-
alty. Inc. 904-339-0231.
VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2,. 2360sf. FR,
DR, office, sunroom. $1450/mo. TDO
SOUTH JAX Beach, 3BR/2BA, 2 car a-
rage w/ opener. 655 91h Ave So. New tile/
carpet/ paint, approx. 1400 sq. ft. Fenced
yaid No smoking $1350/mo. rent, $950
NAVIGABLE WATERFRONT- 2654 Jew-
ell Rd. 3/1, Dnck. rent to own. $1200/mo.
VIP Realty, 962-6190 ,
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Covington
Creek, 3/2 over 2200 sq h.. $1700/mo. -
sec. dep., 221-1630.
SOLANO WOODS, 3/2, 1600st, split BR's
w/wood floors, ceramic tile throughout,
open kitchen w/eat-in-area, screened pa-
io, $1700/mo. TDO Mgmnl. 246-1125.
PONTE VEDRA LANDING
3/2, 2 car ar.,1347si, $1150/mo.
3/2, 1 car gar., 1700si, $1795/mo
3/2, 2 car gar., 1340sf. avail 11/10,
3/2, 1 car gar.. 1410sl, avail. 11/10,
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
3/2, 1005sf, $850/mo.
.tol -Vq nP ':-..KENSINGTONq," - '-
n . a3,f . ai, ci 1 n, oo,:,29000 / avail. *it'1 , ill,
3/2, 2 cargar., 1854sf, avail 11/1,
3/2, 2 car gar., 2000st, avail., 11/1,
COLLINSWOOD- OFF GIRVIN
3/2. 2 car gar.,1900sf, avail. 11/10,
SAN PABLO CREEK
3/2, 2 car gar., 1675sl, avail., 11/15,
2/2, 1 car gar. 1100si. avail. 11/1,
4/2,2 car gar., 2000sf, avail, 11/10
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK
3/2, 2 car gar., 1227sf, $1050/mo.
2/2, 1212sf, $lf 00/mo.
3/2.5, 1 car gar., 1764sf, $1200/mo.
4/2. 2 car gar., 1932sf, avail. 11/1,
2/2, 2 car gar., 1100sf, $900/mo.
4/2, 2 car gar, 1990sf, $1525/mo.
3/2, 2 car gar., 1425sf,avail. 11/1
3/2, 1310sf, $1395/mo.
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
4/2 5, 3 car gar., 2760sf $1900/mo.
2/2, 1292s, avail. 11/10, $895/mo.
CARLTON AT OAK LANDING
2/2.5. 1042sf, $800/mo.
2/2, 1000st, $895/mo.
2/2, 1120sf, $950/mo.
4/2, 2 car gar., 2000sf, $1450/mo.
4/2, 2 car gar., 2114sf, $1400/mo.
4/2.5. 3 car gar., 2860sl. $1800/mo.
3/2, 2 car gar., 2003sf, $1295/mo
3/2, 2car gar., 1730st, avail. 12/1,
3/2.5, 2 car gar., 2220sf. avail.. 11/10,
4/3, 3 car gar..2065sf, $1825/mo.
4/3. 3 car gar., 2065sf $1795/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
WEST BEACHES, Ashley Woods, 3/2.
2100si, formal LR/DR, GR, open kitchen
w/EIK area, huge master BR/ BA,
$1425/mo. TDO Management Services.
1 MONTH FREE RENT
2/2 new condo in PV Bch. 2nd Iloor. trpic,
washer/ dryer, pool, spa & gym In quiel
gated community. $1100/mo. Call Steve
PVB IN TPC, 3BR/2BA townhouse,
1475st., garage, W/D, replacee
$1495/mo. Sieve Shaughnessy,
904-537-0570. Preview at
OCEANFRONT. 2BR/2BA condo. fully fur-
nished/ unfumished. Available immediate-
ly Long-term lease. 465-4101.
PVB OCEAN Grove Condos 1BRi 1BIh -
Pnme Lake View. W/D, screened patio,
cable, alarm. Club house/ pool tacilmes,
private beach access. $900/mth
PONTE VEDRA. Walk To Beach Fumrnish-
ed 1BR/1BA. water-io-golf view. pool.
tennis. $1250/mo includes utilizes.
396-9544 or (904)608-0962 .
MERRILL PINES, 3BR/2BA, all applian-
ces. $995/mo +secunty deposit. Call
JAX Beach, 3/2, pool, 1800+ sq ft1.
$2500/mo. + deposit. No pets. No smok-
OCEAN FRONT 2/2 furnished w/ W/D,
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
vated, $1100/mo. possible lease/pur-
* 3/2 CONDO w/great ocean views RE-
DUCED $1600/mo. No dogs. 477-4640.
' PVB COLONY, - MOTIVATEd'. 2BR'2B',
1 1200sl, ip aV.,c~hrp, _.2. -llsx~ , .(w4'-
pet, huge ceihigsSI1t25/mo. 635-6375.
2BR/2BA, GROUND floor, end unit w/ga-
rage, close to pool, plenty of storage. In
The Palms @ Marsh Landing, $1100/mo,
DEERFIELD LAKES 3BR/1.5BA, includes
eat in kitchen, washer/ dryer, new carper
& pain. Like new. $925/mo.
OCEANFRONT FURNISHED, 2BR/2BA.
$1800, 6 mo. + pool Consider Lease Op-
tion. 568-4818. .,
PVB VILLAS at Marsh Landing, 2/2,
$975/mo.; w/garage $1050/mo TDO Man-
agement Services. 246-1125.
JAX BEACH, New 3BR/3BA, Northshore
Condos, 1126 N. 1st St., consider 7mo '
lease $2100/mo. 904-614-3128.
3BR/2.5BA, 1700 sf. Ocean views from
MB, garage, CH&A. No smoking, No pets.
$1700/mo. 1208 S. 2nd St. 655-7365.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA, attached ga-
rage, furnished, all appliances, includes
W/D. $1200/mo. Mark 338-3230.
2/2.5, WATERFRONT, 1140 sf, W/D,
$995/mo, 1 yr. lease, non-smokers only,
PVB, 2BR/2BA, 1100sf., 2nd floor unit,
w/garage, fireplace, W/D, vaulted ceilings,
walk to beach, quiet location. $1000/mo.
2 BLOCKS to ocean, Jax Bch, newer
2BR/2BA, consider !ease/ option, $1175.
NEW CONDO, 1BR, East of AlA Club-
house & fitness room. $1150/mo. Call
SOUTH JB, 1BR/1BA, 3rd floor, $850/mo
hardwood floors, patio, fireplace, gated,
nice view. (904)534-4559, avail 11/1/06
2/2, GARAGE, 'Jax Bch. $1100/mo. Call
. VILLAS AT MARSH Landing- 2BR/2BA,
marsh view, screened porch, fireplace,
new appliances, fitness, pool, gated
1BR/1BA WIGARAGE;. travertine stone
floors, deck, new appliances, granite
countertops; nice; $950, 463-0505.
2/2 CONDO in Jax Beach/ Marsh Landing,
totally remodeled in '05, $1000/mo .
2/2 OCEANFRONT Condo, Jax Bch.
$1800/mo, Garage/ pool/ gym. No smok-
Ing. Call 724-6594.
THE PALMS @ Marsh Landing 2/2,
1150st, 2nd floor, screened patio.
$1100/mo., Call Toma 333-4371 "
OCEAN FRONT, new 3/3 garage, pool,
consider lease option 6 months plus,
ISLE OF Palms. 3BR/2BA, 1660sl, 2 car
ar.,$1450/mo. 14525 Luth Dr. N Call
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA 1450sl , 1212
15th Ave. N.. 12 blocks to beach, close to
Fletcher HS, Flonda room, large kitchen,
W/D. fenced yard Avail 11/1/06
$1350/mo. 710-2600. 534-3411
JB, 3/1, CH&A. WDHU. quiet street, new
kitchen & carpet, 1012 9th St. No.; $1175,
no pets 249-1104.
MOVE-IN SPECIAL, PVB. no sec dep.
3/2, 2 gar., corn pool. $1400, 315-6558
3BR/2BA E. of 3rd $1600/mo All new
house for rent, ss appliances. W/D. gran-
lie, hardwood Iloors- all two blocks from
the beach! 245 North St. 273-7338.
BRAND NEW construction, 4BR/2.5BA,
hardwood floors, granite countertops,
stainless steel appliances, fenced, 4
blocks from ocean, $2200/mo., call
3BR/1BA HOUSE, 421 11th St. S.. quiet
street, no smoking, no pets. 994-5861.
SO. JAX Beach/ Riptide 4/3, tumished or
unfurnished; 2400 .sf, $1950/mo,
SELVA LINKSIDE- ATLANTIC BCH
3BR/2BA, great condition, 1654sl over
looking golf course low maintenance.
ATLANTIC BCH, completely remodeled
4BR/2 5BA, 2-story w/ 2 car garage, olff
street parking & fenced yard. Near May-
port school, beaches & Dase. $1500/mo
4-dep. 869 Gavagan. Call lor appi
COTTAGE ACROSS from ocean, 512 1st
St. South Jax Beach. $850/mo VIP Real-
PONTE VEDRA ocean grove completely
renovated 1BR/1BA, screened pocnh, lake
view, gated community, $850/mo Susan
FURNISHED STUDIO, W/D, Sawgrass
Beach Club villa. $850imo. Please Call
838-9598 between 9am-5pm.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Deerfield Lakes For
lease, newly remodeled condo. 2BR/ 1 +
1/2 BA, AC, security system, electrical ap-
pliances, no pets, $850/mo deposit $850
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader
'October 18, 2006
COND FORRENT 230
SAWGRASS/ OCEAN Grove, 1BR/IBA. of the day of service, whert
w/ioft as bedroom/office/ gym. Pets OK.' made by delivery upon you
Resort amenities. Extras: W/D, ceiling within the stale, or within thirty
fans, fireplace. tile In laundry and after completion of service wr
screened porch. $1000/mo l1rpo. depos- Is made In any other manner
it Call Bruce at 377-5051.' your failure to appear, ludgn
~~~~_____~~_______taken against you by default I
SUMMER HOUSE, PVB, luxury top floor demanded In the notice set lor
'2/2 fi, ir am nlfie /Dl no I I II I . no
pets/smokers. OCT. FREE! $999/mo +de-
OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unlur-
nished homes & condosI From $500 per
week! All South Really. 241-4141.
OCEANFRONT 1 OR 2BR, weekly/
monthly, pool 463-7343
4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly, yearly Call
S JAX Bchn. 2BR. fully lurnisned. ocean-
Iront condo Monthly' Weekly. 241-0267.
www renilacksonvillebeach corn
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beacn
homes Weekly/monihly. Visil us at.
laxbeachrenlal cam or 535-8911 or
TWO FEMALES looking k.r roommate.
$650 a,/3 lees and utilities. Exclusive Miu
avisla, galed, pool, not tub. health club,
waterfront w'manrna view. Room has own
bathroom, orand new large unit, 2700sf
ROOM IN large name, swimming pool.
pool table, exercise equip 874-0130.
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/2BA w/pool, Jax
Beach $550/mo -deposit Includes utlllt-
, 3BR/1.5BA, COMPLETELY renovated, 9
miles Irom ocean. $425/mo + deposit. in-
cludes utilities. 403-7389
3BR/2BA LAKEFRONT home, Mayport/
Atlantic Bch . $375/mo + 1/2 utilities
Available October 281h, 249-4646
TWO ROOMS for rent in anracilve, home
on waterironl. Close to me beach, ail ulllit-
i; es mci $460/mq each. 221 .4117.
* JAX BEACH.. walk to beach, bottom floor
bedroom, private bath, $500/mo.
APPROXIMATELY 750 sl. quality office
space overiooHng golf course in S Jax
Beach Call 241-5553 x15.
, PROFESSIONAL OFFICE space in Nep-
tune Beach. 1200 sqh. w! 5 large offices
1400 sqn open floor plan Ibuild to suit), or
' combine space for 2600 sqh. Recently
renovaled, ample parking, water included,
no CAM. For more information, Call
. 992-9344 or 514-6092.
3 OFFICE Rental Spaces In Jax Beach/
South 3rd St.- two upstairs units @ 700si
ea. (one has a kitchen/ lunch area); one
downstairs unit @, 1400sf.- rental rates
* are from $760 base per month, depending
S on size and amenities Call 247-1770 for
appt 10to view
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE suite, approx
1000 sqrr signage. avail. at 3010 S. 3rd
' St Call 247-1770 lor Into
QUALITY EXECUTIVE Office, 195sl,
$345/mo PVB Fumished/ Unfurnished.
AlA & JTB Office Space
Leasing 600 1T,200s if-t avail Nov 1st,.
$1,000 to $1,900/mo. + tax. UNETA Lic
RE Brk 1904)306-7778.
INDIVIDUAL QUALITY Executive Office,
overlooking golf course in S Jax Beach.
: Call 241-5553 x15
J (QI N i h.E.Bl Ch ay, house laor
ls. 3629sl"&f'ce included LWge pari-
,rig .lr.'.,.Dech, side 'oa' inrfracoaxlal
3 HAPPY. Healthy calico kinens are ready
. ' or a good home. Call Kirslen 246-5548
PET SITTING. in your home Dog walking
: - Responsible, mature Call Kitty. 874-6062.
FREE KITTENS. 3 tortoise shell. So cutely
Please call 382-207,1
SHEPHERD BULLDOG. male 1 year old,
neuered. .shy dog, healthy 50 pounds,
needs attention, Iree to good home.
Name is Odie 910-5826
LAB MIX. PUPPIES Females Shots and
wormed: $20 to good home 743-2042
FOUND MALE Pug Atlantic Bch. Call to
SHIH TZU puppies; 2 males & 1 lemale, 9
wks. old. 962-5466
DOBERMAN PUPPIES. AKC. 4 female: 1
male. ails docked, and dew claws. $600
DOBERMAN PUPPIES. $500. AKC.
champion bloodline, blkitan, rec/rusl.
la.ls.dc. POP, 339-4579
LOST- AIREDALE Terrier, Female,
Black & Tan. 60 IDs, Neptune Beach 904-
FOUND- 2 creamiran Shin Tzus on Assisi
Lane. No collars. Call Camrie at 252-0378
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
* S 1.1",[p
WHAT DESTROYS Relationships? An-
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L Ron Hubbard Send $8.00 to Hubbard.
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AMANDA'S PLACE has moved to Waves
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IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE Uncon-
tested divorce papers. Without Kids (while
� you wall With kids (a little longer) Since
1981. by appt only 1904)641-2187.
DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children.
eic Only one signature required Excludes
govt fees! Call weekdays (8001462-2000
exi 600 (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF KINGS
HOPE ANN ISENBE
Index No.: 13366/06
Date Summons filed
place of trial.
Dated- April 27,2006
Atlorney(s) for Plaintiff(s):
Olga Suslova. Esq
2875 West 8th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11224
S'servlce Is ' 3, A copy of this Order that Is
personally published 'shalf .,further notify '.the
y (30) days defendants they must answer or,
here service otherwise respond to the Complaint In this
. in case of action within thirty (30) days of the fourth
nent will be week of the publication of this Order, if
for the relief they do not answer or otherwise respond,
ih below. a default judgment' maybe entered
4. A copy or this Order that Is
, published shall also serve Io notify the'
delendants is matter Is set for trial 0on
December 13. 2006, at 9:30 a m in the
Cocke County Chancery Coun in
Newport, Tennessee. ,/
NOTICE: The nature of this action is to
dissolve the marriage between the pari-
ties. on the grounds- DRL �170(2)- A an-.
The relief sought is a judgment ol
absolute divorce in favor of the Plainliff
dissolving the marnriaqe between the
parties in this action The nature of any
ancillary or additional relief demanded is.
maintenance, exclusive possession of ine
marital residence and its contents, life,
health and disability insurance tor the
benelit o the Plainiif. an equitable
distribution of marital property and/or
distributive award: counsel fees, experts
,lee; , and any other relief Ine
court deems fitting and proper.
BL 10/11, 10/18, 10/25/06
ENTER this 111h day o01 Augu
/s/Telford E. Forget, Jr...
APPROVED "OR ENTRY
/s/ Barry H. Valentine
Barry H. Valentine
Attorney for Plainlffs
335 East Main Sireet
Newport. Tennessee 37821
BL9127, 1014, 10111 10/18/06
The Board of Adjustment for the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold public hearings on Wednesday, No-
vember 8, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. In the
Council Chambers, located at 11 North
3rd Street, Jacksonville Beach to consid-
er the following valance applications:
BOA 06-100229 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code. Sec-
tion: 34-373 (f), for a gravel vehicle use
area In lieu of paving and 34-377, tor 25
parking spaces In lieu of 26 spaces re-
quired for a mixed use development,
for property located at 1100 Shatter
Avenue, more specilically, part of Lot
4, of an Unre9orded Subdivision known
as WEST PABLO situated In Govern-
ment Lot 6.
BOA 06-100235 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-339 (e)(1) f, for 37.6% lot cover-
age in lieu of 35% maximum to allow
for Improvements to a two-family dwell-
Ing, for property located at 485 and 487
South 4th Avenue, more specifically,
Lot 7, Block 35, Pablo Beach South.
BOA 06-100236 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-339 (e)(1) f, for 37.6% lot cover-
age In lieu of 35% maximum to allow
for Improvements to a two-family dwell-
ing, for property located at 457 & 459
South 4th Avenue, more specifically,
Lot 8, Block 35, Pablo Beach South.
BOA 06-100237 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e)(1) f, for 51% lot cover-
age In lieu of 45% maximum to allow
for a swimming pool addition to a sin-
gle family dwelling, for property locat-
ed at 937 South 16th Avenue, more
specifically, Lot 10, Block 160, Ocean-
BOA 06-100239 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-337 (e)(1) f,' for 39% lot cover-
age in lieu of 35% maximum to allow
for Improvements to a single family
dwelling, for property located at 20
Norberta Way, more specifically, Lot
13, Block 1, Hannah Terrace Raepit.
BOA 06-100241 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) f, for 40%. ot cover-
age In lieu of 39% maximum to allow
for a swimming pool addition to a sin-
gle family dwelling, for property locat-
e at 139'.4oUth 36th AvenUe, more I
specifically, Lot 15, the east 32, feet of
Lots 13 anid 14, anid the south 25 feet of
the east 32 feet of Lot 12, Block 4, At-
lantic Shores Ocean Front Section, Di-
vision "A'". ,
BOA 06-100247 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) f, for 38% lot cover-
age in lieu of 35% maximum to allow
for a swimming pool addition to a sin-
gle family dwelling, for property locat-
ed at 608 North 11th Avenue, more spe-
cifically, Lot 12, Block 3, "Beaches
Homesites - Unit 1".
BOA 06-100248 City of Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code Sec-
tion: 34-336 (e)(1) c.2, for an easterly
side yard of 9 feet in lieu of 10 feet re-
quired to allow for improvements to a
single family dwelling, for property lo-
cated at 436 North 18th Avenue, more
specifically, Lot 19, Block 7, Surf Park,
A copy of Ihe above referenced applica-
tionts) is available for review in the office
of Ine Planning and Development Depart-
ment, 11 North 3rd'Street, during normal
business hours (M-F. 8a-5p).
Board of Adjustment
City of Jacksonville Beach
If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Board of Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and. for such purpose, such
Person may need Io ensure that a verba-
SlIm record of the prbceadings Is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is Io be
The public is encouraged fo speak on is-
~UO U MMC lCIU
sUes on 1 1iS genyUa IaI
Anyone who wishes to spee
mit Ihe request to Ihe record
prior to the beginning ol Ihe
In accordance with the A
Disabilities Act and Secton
da Statutes. persons w
needing special accommod,
pale in this meeting shou
Planning and Developmei
no later than 5.00 p.m. on II
ing the meet.ing.
IN THE CHANCERY CC
COCKE COUNTY, TEI
PETER N. MASCI, d/b/a
CREATIVE STONE, CO. an
BEN W. HOOPER III, Trust
RONALD E. VALENTINE, a
JOYCE VALENTINE, and D
WEBB and PAMELA J. MA
ORDER ALLOWING S
PUBLICATION IN LIEU O
The plaintiff. Wayne Neil
:Molion for an order allow
RG ' . process upon defendants. F
d,b0a Creative Slone. Co
Masci, by publication In liI
service. Plaintiff has dem
05'02;06 ' the residence of said defe
KINGS County as the known and cannot be asc
. . . ' . diligent inquiry.
Siuubasis of venuelisPlaintiff esidensdce' .
It Is therefore, ORDE
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE Clerk of this Court shall:
Plaintiff resides at: 1. ' . . Forthwith cause a co
2160 84th #3F to be published, for fou
Brooklyn, NY 11214 weeks In. the Beaches
newspaper Is the newspa
ACTION FOR A DIVORCE circulation In Atlantic Beac
last known residence of del
To the above named Defendant: N, Masol and Pamela J. Ma
2. 'A copy of this Orde
YOU ARE HEREBY ,.SUMMONED to published shall Include the
serve a notice of appearance on the Plain- parties of. this action, the
tiff's Attorney(s) within twenty (20) days af- Court, and the location at w
ter the service of this summons, exclusive Is held.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 16-2006-CP-1892
. PROBATE DIVISION
E. ESTATE OF
ANGELINA LOSCO MENTE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of AN-
GELINA LOSCO MENTE, deceased.
whose date of death was May 16, 2005, is
pending In Ihe Circuit Court for Duval
County, Florida, Probate Division, Ihe ad-
dress of which Is Duval County Court-
house, 330 E. Bay Street, Room 101.
Jacksonville, FL 32202, The names and
addresses of the Personal Representative
and the Personal Representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors ol the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedenrs estale on whom a
copy of this notice Is required to be served
must tile their claims with this court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
- All other creditors ol Mne decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must tile
their claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROV-
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BAR-
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The dale of the first publication of this No-
tice is October 11, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Representative
Floria Bar No. 0793388
110 Dixie Lane
Cocoa Beach, Flonda 32931
110 Dixie Lane
Cocoa Beach. FL 32931
BL _10/11. 10/18/06 . .....
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MATH TUTOR- Experienced, Certified
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All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available
NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra I. 247-8609.
I i I 5 / I
ak should sub- NANNY NEEDED, PVB, requires light
ing socret sub-housework & reliable transportation topick
Meeting, up toddler brom school. P/T 12pm-6pm
meeting, weekdays 923-7796
,mericans with COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area,
I 286.26. Flori- PT/FT, afternoons & Saturday Call 285-
ith disabilities 5644.
ahon to partici-
Id contact the SERVERS AND Bartenders needed lor
nt Department Georgia/ Florida and ACC games. Call
he day preced 249-8269.
P/T DRIVER for upscale retirement com-
munity. CDL required with P endorsement.
20 hours per week. Apply wihnin Tne At-
OURT FOR rium Retirement Community 9960 Atrium
NNESSEE Way. lor directions please call 724-4726
iNES or lax resume to 721-3972.
LIMO DRIVER needed good pay. call 446.
No. 04-082 DISHWASHERS, P/T
at Vicar's Landing IPonte Vedra). Excel-
S' lent pay. Drug Iree workplace, EOE. Call
nd, ' . 273-1734
ee for BATHROOM TECHS
DOROTHY fe, & CUSTODIAN
SCI. ., Self motivated, fast moving, Ilexible, mulli-
task person Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable transportation a must.
ERVICE BY ,6pm-10:30pm. or later Call Debbie after'
F PERSONAL .2pm. 285-3400. ext 3352 DFWP.
DEPENDABLE, EXPERIENCED Sales.
kir, hs fi-i ed' person to work at turnilure consignment
ig service oll store 10-6pm, 2-3 days per week.
ing service 0 241 -5558
Peter N. M ascl. " . ' " " "
and Pamela J. ELDERLY LADY needs help with plants in
eu of personal small condo garden and porch. No mow-
nonstrated that Ing or lawn work. Flexible hours. $10/hr.
endanis is un- Call 280-7670.
certalned upon WEEKEND SECRETARY/ Receptionist.,
Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home in Jax
ERED, that the Bch, has a position available for a week-
. 'end secretary/ receptionist to join their
py of this order team of professionals. This Is a multi-task
ur consecutive position that requires working every other
Leader, which weekend and occasionally In the eve-
per of general things. Must be computer literate. Respon-
h FIorida the sIbitlties Include answering telephones,
nedants, Peter preparing materials for funeral services,
scl .light housekeeping duties, communicating
er that Is to be service Information to client families, and
I names of the directing families and friends for visita-
name of this tons. Interested parties should e-mall re-
Nhich this Court sumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
LEGAL NOTICES 425�'
Cashier, Fri. nighl wine party: wine knowl-
edge nhelplul. Sai . counter, kllchen help.
*"^ ;.;' ..273-4785. . .
CLEANING PERSON needed 4hrs weekly
'or bD-weekly 6tn Ave N.. Jax Bch. $10,hr.
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed for Dusy
veterinary clinic compeliive wages Previ.
ous kennel experience preferred Apply in
person Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
;' Beach Blvd Jax Beach 246-2045.
PART-TIME COOK will prepare & serve
meals lor up to 90 children Order sup-
plies. sanitation and other related duties.
1851 Beach Blvd. Jax Beacp EOE.
\- NOW HEAR THIS .
Earn $70.000 plus yearly Spend 2 days
with me. I'll prove it to you The #1 corn-
mercial aerial photography In the USA is
recruiting sharp, high class sales reps In
your area No travel Call Charles Berdei
BONO'S BAR-B-OUE in Neptune Beach
has openings for all positions. F/T & PT
Apply in person, 2pm-5pm daily
DINING ROOM SERVERS & BANQUET
SERVERS. Marsh Landing Country Club
has lull lime & part time positions availa-
ble. Starting at $10/nr. Excellent benefits
for FT. Apply in person Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 lor directions Drug
MARKETING MANAGER needed to de-
velop marketing strategies Duties include
creating and Overseeing impiemenanrion ol
a marketing plan designed to increase
market share, compiling and analyzing
market research: and working with crea-
live and production teams to develop er-
leciive promotional malernais Position re-
quires marketing or advertising back-
ground as well as sliong communication
and analytical skills MBA a plus Must be
willing to relocate to Jacksonville Beach,
FI. Salary commensurate with experience
Send resume to: jobs'meclabs com.
VETERINARY TECH needed for high vol-
ume vet clinic At least lyr. experience re-
quired. Competitive salary, excellent ben-
ellts Fax resume to 246-3061, or call
246-2045 for more info. Beaches Animal
Clinic, 937 Beach Blvd Jax Beacn.
HHA. CNA. & Companion Sitters wanted
for SS, ARL, Beaches areas Top Payl
Apply @ 3515 Hendricks Ave. Underhill
Staffing, Inc. '#HHA21206096
PART-TIME evenings in our ,main dining,
room. Flexible schedule. Some holidays
and weekends necessary. Great work en-
vironment. Applications at Fleet Landing
Secur ry Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd.
Atlantic Beacn. FL, Fax Io 19041246-9447.
email to email@example.com Weo-
site: fleetianding com EOE/ Drug-Free
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Starting pay $21 47/hr 1544,657tyr). Bach- DIETARY AIDE * * *
elor's degree in Planning or a closely re- D E A Y ID -
laled field with 2-3 year's exp. in local gov- Avanie at Jacksonville Beach, a 165-bed Lawn service seeks individual o perform
ernment zoning or planning office Musl Nursing and Rehab Center seeks a HS dependable quality work Excellent pay S
be protfiieni in GIS' applications Valid grad to help with all dietary related lunc. overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
driver's license with a satisfactory driving lions, Including preparing, serving ano de- Perschei Brothers Services, Inc 246-
record AiCP preferred. Applications ac- livenng meals and snacks to our res. 0967.
cepled until position hilted al 800 Seminole dents You will also have cleaning and
Rd. Aliantic Beach, FL 32233. washing dulies Musl be at least 18 years DIETARY SERVERS
(904)247-5820 or visit www.coab.us ol age and have the abiry to speak, read, A.M & P.M., FT & PT
No smokers tobacco users. Drug testing write and follow directions in English. A &
conducted EOE Avante otters excellent compensation & DISHWASHERS, P/T
qualified dvers for Cn- premium benelils, including 401(k). at Vicar's Landing iPone Vedra). Compel-
DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers for Cen- Please apply in person at. 1504 live pay, benelils, bonus and schlorships
Iral Florida local and national OTR posi- Seabreeze Avenue, Jacksonville Beach, awarded annually Drug Iree workplace.
tons Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no FL 32250. EOE. EOE. Call 273-173-4.
pumps. Greal benefits. compelilive pay
and new equipment. Need 2 years expen- BANQUET MANAGER. Marsh Landing LINE COOKS AND DISHWASHERS.
ence. Call Bynum Transport tor your op- Country Club has full time position availa- Marsh Landing Country Club is hiring ex-
portunity today; (800)741-7950. ble. Salary plus commission based on ex- perienced line cooks and dishwashers.
RESTAURANT MANAGER/MAITRE D'. penence Excellent benefits . Apply in Excellent benefits for full lime Apply in
Marsh Landing Counry Club has full ime person TuesdaySaturday. Call 285-6514 person Tuesday-Saiurday. Call 285-6514
positon available. Salary plus commltis- or directions. Drug lesling/EOE. tor directions Drug testing/EOE
slbh based on experience Excellem bene ~g $3001LIRINGiBONUSmiO'LidensedSeou.-.ih TRACTOR TRAILER hre repair 'Mon-Fni,
filB Apply .n personjTu--.,jay-SaiurdayV,. iy OlBicr -i&eeialed.o'o urpcale ganea.', day.'shirt; Evcelleni pa'/ benefits' Apply
Call 2856514 for directions Drug' communities and condominiums in Jax 5912 New Kings Rd., Jacksonville. FL
tesling/EOE. and Ponte Vedra Beach. Apply in person 32209.
CORPORATE SAFETY DIRECTOR or online at Firs Coast Security ServicesINSTALLERexpenence, must
needed for Industry Leading Auto Trans- 6817 Soulhpoinb Pkwy t1001t, Jackson- CARPET INSTALLERexperienced, must
n eeded for Industry Leading Auto Trans- ville, FL 32216 (904)281-0070 be reliable & nave own transportation. Call
ponahon Company. We offer an excellent w [hs.aslsecurilonlin.com 821-8338
pay & benefits package to qualited canadi- www firslcoasisecurityonline.com
dates. Applicants must perform with con- BOOKKEEPER FT- AB Plant Nursery DIRECTOR FOR child development cen-
sislent accuracy and possess Ihe abiliry to seeks mulli-tasker, Excel proscenl w/ ter servngages 6Weeks to 5 years. Must
manage crisis and emergency situations. strong accounting background. Peachtree have Drecpors creen ialst and. eperi-
Extensive DOT background and expert- exp a MUST Fax resume lo 246-1558 or ence excellent organization d people
ence with a proven Irack record is essen- email jodyecg@bellsoulh net ,skills. Posiive personality a must. Beach-
thal. v Email Resume es area. EOE Email resume:
Inazworth@alclogistics.com MARKETINGEXPERIMENTS.COM IS ToApply@comcast net
seeking a manager for one ol our journals. TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
FULL TIME Receptionist/ Data Entry. Responsibilities to include- strategy devel- cord required. Call April, 2469999 g
30 year old consulting company located opmenl, planning and execution thar will cord required. Call April, 2469999.
on Hodges Blvd. is seeking a Receplion- increase oumrnal membership value, sup. PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
is/Data Entry person. Must have profes- port, membership acquisition and renewal seeking experienced SALES REPRE-
slonal appearance and a polite speaking and generate revenue to support the mis- SENTATIVES lor last growing office with
voice Experience in answering a mulli- sion of the company. 5-10 years expen- new marketing campaigns and expansion
line telephone system is desired. Basic ence required with a proven track record plans. Must have sales experience wilh
computer skills are required Mustl e able of success in developing new marketing strong work ethic and great attitude. Ex-
to accurately input customer information initiatives. MBA preferred. Internet market- celient opportunity for lleible hours, top
into a computerized database system 'ing skills a must and must be willing to re- pay. nigh commission w.lh advancement/
Other duties include creating reports, locate to Jacksonville Beach F Inernemet management opportunity and no week-
maintaining inventory and olher general Writing Skills a plus Salary commensu- ends. Call 207-7757 exI. 210.
clerical functions Working hours are Mon- rate with experience. Send resume lo:
day- Friday. 9:00 to 6�00. Please email jobs@ meciabs corn TIRE & OIL TECH Wanied. Monday-Fri-
your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org day Call Bob, 241-5311
or fax lo421-2100. PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
..- ,I-. .i..^ n An, i ARiTAniT LiS^, GOLF SHOP Attendant Marsh Landing
CARIBBEE KEY looking for experienced
Line Cooks Apply in person between
10am-4pm'M-F. 100 First SI. N., Nep Bch.
PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
seeking an experienced SALES FLOOR
MANAGER. Must have call center/ sales
management experience. Security and
Surveillance iSSI) preferred with
W I.Tmentality and work ethic. Establish-
ed start-up company with big plans for
growth In marketing and sales fore. facili-
ty expansion Including brand expansion
and industry Identity Professional wanted
to assist in sales and marketing efforts.
Salary +commission +bonus and opportu-
nity for advancement, with no week-
ends. Call 207-7757 ext 215.
ADMIN ASS/ Tille Clerk For Busy Beach-
es retail business. Must have attention to
detail, good people skills. Fun place to
work Some Saturdays required. Please
lax resume to 223-5499.
LITTLE EXPLORERS' Preschool Is now
hiring PiT and FiT Assistants and Subsli-
tutes. Expenence preferred, but not re-
quired All employees are eligible for ben-
ents immediately. Please apply in person
or call April at 241-7075
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights. weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149.
FULL-TIME (Split Shih) in our main dining
room. Mus t be available weekends. Holi-
days a must. Great benefits and work en-
vironment. Applications at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach. FL; Fax to 1904)246-9447:
email to- email@example.com Web-
site: flee landing com EOE/ Drug-Free
OFFICE CLEANERS needed for cleaning
nightly. Will train, must have transportation,
and phone. Call 273-2761
TRANSCRIPTIONIST FULL-TIME, week-
days 8am-4 30pm. Requires good gram-
mar skills, light medical terminology Pay
commiserate with abiliry/ experience. Call,
270-1620 Ask lor Nancy .
BOOKKEEPER & RECEPTIONIST need-
ed lor Faith Based Office. FT. 55 wpm, 2
yrs College require d, OEulcBks. Word, Ex-
cel.' Ref required. Fax resume 645-0067
or Ph 996-0070.
w/valid Florida.Driver's License. Exberi-
ence helpful but will train. Good salary &
.benefits. Apply: Surfside Pools, 313
Beach Blvd., 246-2666, or fax resume:
24948801, e-mail: surfsldepools @aol.com
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. ,old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
Seeking .responsible reliable ,Individuals.
Must be bondable. Serious Inquiries only.
Leave msg at 716-8824.
seeinII ly AuiviiiDMI iNA lAl u l
nave professionall anitude with the ability
to prioritize, multi-lask. manage, delegate,
and career ambition Great opportunity lor
high income with advancement and no
weekends Qall 207-7757 ext 215.
MANAGER/ SUPERVISOR for Detail po-
sition, experience helpful but will train.
Can make between $400 -$700 per week
Must have valid dnver's license & trans-
portation. Only serious, responsible, hard
workers need apply Enc, 716-4413.
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED. 249-2254
You IIll spend your day on the computer
and on the phone keeping the learn on
schedule and transactions ready Io close
by utilizing Top Producer database man-
ager Grow as our team grows, starting
salary $25K-$30K *with bonus and bene-
his. Candidate requirements Include Ex-
tensive Computer skills, Word, Excel,
Publisher and contact management Good
.decision making skills Professional de.
meanor. Detail oriented. Very organized.
Positive attitude-mandaloryl Sell-molivat-
ed. Proven track record Great at prioritiz-
ing tasks. Must enjoy working in a busy
office. Email resume, why you are inter-
ested In this job, references and salary
history to firstname.lastname@example.org
PAINTERS, WORK al the beach; $8-
14!nr. call Jeff, 728-8398
SENIOR MARKETING Director needed to
grow professional educallon program.
3-5 years experience required wllh a pro-'
van track record ol success in developing
new marketing initiatives. MBA preferred.
Internet marketing skills a must and must
be willing to relocate to Jacksonville
Beach, Fl. Salary commensurate with
experience. Send resume to:
MARKETING EXPERIMENTS is seeking,
a Web Developer to oversee the technolo-
gy depanment, including spec develop-
meni, project management. testing and in-.
rellectual capital protection Position re-
quires proficiently In Joomla. PHP. CSS
HTML, XHTML, and Dalabase Manage-
ment. . XML a plus. A minimum of 5 years
experience required Salary commensu-
rate with experience Must be willing to
relocate to Jacksonville Beach, Fl Please
send resume to: jobs@-meclabs com
, . NOW HIRING FOR
REAL ESTATE. OFFICE
Long established, growing Real Estate of-
fice now hiring administrative assistants.
This position requires excellent organize--
tiorial skills. Candidate must be customer-
oriented and possess excellent phone
skills. 'Must have computer knowledge and'
possess excellent attention to detail. We
offer fast-paced environment, as well as,
competitive salary and benefits package.
Fax resume to 904-285-6040 or phone
419-1171 and leave a message.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
Country Club hirinng F/T, but will consider
P/T applications Outgoing personality
and social interaction, telephone and com-
puter skills This is a customer service po-
silon with the following key lob compo-
nents' taking reservations, billing/ collect-
ing fees. gol shop retail sales/ merchan-
dising, shop appearance. $9-$10/hr i-
benefits Please apply in person Tues-
day- Sunday Call 285-6459 for directions.
Drug lesting/ EOE.
ELECTRICIANS HELPER needed in
beaches area for swimming pool electrical
contractor. No exp necessary $8 00/hr.
Call David 759-7328
MEDICAL ASST NEEDED for internal
medicine office. Beach location Fax -re-
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately.
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent
pay Transportation & phone required.
TEAMS NEEDED Home weekly. Class A-
CDL w/ hazmal. Top pay & benellts.
(800)428-0678 www Armellini.com.
DRIVER. ACT NOW.. Hiring OTR & Local
Drivers "Earn $4,000 In bonuses your 1st
ear "New Equipment "Premium Pay
package 'No HazMal Required -Call
(877)882-6537-Oakley Transport, We care
about our dnversI
MARKETING EXPERIMENTS is seeking
a professional writer to contnbute to The
Marketing Experiments Journal. Position
requires creativity and excellent writing
skills A minimum ol 5 years professional
wntng experience required Internet mar-
keting skills a plus and must be willing to
.relocate to Jacksonville Beach, Fl. Salary
commensurate with experience Please
send resume to jobs@meclabs com.
,Avanle at Jacksonville Beach. a 165-bed
skilled nursing and rehab facility currently
seeks housekeepers/ laundry aides for the
even ng shift Applicants must have a pos-
itive attitude toward Ine elderly be enthu-
slastic and willing to learn Prior experi-
ence is a plus Must be 18 years of age,
have HS diploma or equivalent and able to
speak. read, wnte. understand and follow
directions in English Avanie offers excel-
lent compensation and premium benelils.
Including 401(k) Please apply in person at
1504 Seabreeze Avenue, Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250. Www.avantegroup.com
Established company in Ponte: Vedra
Beach'seeking hard working person with
excellent telephone manner. Able to han-
dle multi-task responsibilities and dead-
lines. Light computer, work. 9am' to
5:30pm, M-F. Fax resume to 285-4961 or
JOURNEYMAN TILE and stone installer.
Must have tools, truck, WC exemption. FT
position, top pay. 476-3086.,
SALES REPS, top pay, no wkds, Inbound
Inside sales, flexible hrs., advancement
opportunity, 730-2031 ext 210.
rigr UD .'I =.'L
on a ranch
3 Food ,
4 U.S. state
'22 Helpful :
. 36 Carol
47 Spain and
52 Cab rider
Oct nher 1 R 2006
The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader
PREP COOKS, Pizza makers, Cashiers
and Servers. Frr/T & P/T. Apply at all Al's
"Be Part of the Best"
Front Desk-Night Auditor
Apply at the
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1616 N. First Si.
We offer great pay, paid vacation &
personal Lime, Heaith/'ision/denial
F.. EL HWNTD gi
- a ,'elt
2 FAMILIES, Oak Breeze Cove Subdivi-
sion 1888 Evans Dr. So., Sat., 8am-
12pm. No early birds.
INFINITY ALLSTARS Multi-Family Yard
Saiel Sunday. October 22nd, Bam-2pm at
Angles Subs, 1436 Beach Blvd.
450 LOWER 8th Ave S., Jax Bch Satur-
day. 8-12 only. Toys, lools, Christmas
books, loo much to list
473 HOPKINS St., Thurs, Fri, Sat., 8am.
lots misc. household. lois old coslumer
jewelry, old clocks. inc.. West German
Cuckoo clock, books & books on CD; nice
mirror real Irndian artilfacls. some fossils.
silver. bamboo & glass elagere. antique
writing desk, Noritake china. vinlage Japa-
nese kHmono. incl while wedding, antique
Japanese dolls, vintage Ican prints vin-
lage reproduction Jumeau doll, heavy
wood dining room table w.'4 chairs, olner
lurnilure lools. plans, clothing. arnd more
FAMILY FUN Day! Cnrislmas treasures.
Same. food. holiday nuts. Christ United
elhodisl Church., 00 Penman Rd Sal-
urday 10/21, 10-2pm
1884 BEACHSIDE Court, East of Semi-
nole between 18th and 19ih, 8am-12pm
Saturday. 10/21, Multi-lamily, Furniture
kid's, household lots
FRI. & Sat 8am-4pm misc. household
ilems. cloning. and books.
MOVING SALE. small furniture & other
Ilems. Sat., 10,21, 8-11am. 128 Solano
SAWGRASS PLAYERS Club must see
estate Items Living room. bedroom. & pa-
tio lumiture; office equipment. womens
clothing, tons morel 92 Abalone Lane
East, Oct 20 & 21, 9am-12noon Map at
nuardr nnaR PleasA do not block street
2 FAMILY, Moving & Remodeling. Satur-
day, 8am-2pm, 212 Clattller Bridge,
CR210, turn on Lori on west side of ICW
bridge to left on Clatter Bridge.antique
table, queen mattress, furniture, books.
SATURDAY 8AM-2PM 193 Summerfleld
Drive. Infant/ toddler clothes, toys, house-
YARD SALE Friday & Salurday 9am-3pm.
A linle ot everything. Tons of men and
young men's clothes Mostly large jacket!
tops 32-33 parils,' snorts. North on San
Pablo from Allanlic Blvd. follow signs 245
Peregrine Ci. 221-5975
ALL OF Brenda Lane, off No. San Pablo
Rd you want ii,t we got ill Sal. 8am.
COMMUNITY GARAGE Sale at Walkers
Glen Subd. oft Kernan Blvd. btwn Ailantic
& Beach Sal . Oct 21st. 8-11am
8AM. SAT., 137 Pablo Point Drive in Pa-
1io Point neighborhood, X-Mas decor.
tires, household misc & more!
DAYNA'S ANTIQUES BIG TENT SALE
Jusi back Irom Atlanta. new mercnandlse.
10%-30% offl everything. Antique and
painted lurniure, rugs. lamps, change.
lers. concrete statuary, paintings, stealing,
decorative home accessories. Sale lasts
through Saturday at closing 75 111h
Street Nortnh, next to Subway. 249-1771.
40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
bortown Marina. $164K. 463-2845.
TWO BOATS with motors, 1 trailer. $500
1978 29.9' HELMSMAN sloop. ready to
pall, 25hp inboard delsel, main & 3 jibs
A/ C Must seel 512K OBO. Call Bill 318-
16' HOBIE Cat, good condition, ready to ' 2003 WHITE Volvb S-80, excellent cohdi-
sell w/tralier, $1 400. Call (772)834-9488 tion, 64,000 mi., sun roof, auto, $19,000,
or (772)215-1356. 687-7463. * __
LIKE NEW (4) 22" TIS rims; Kuhmo tires,
$1700 OBO, 434-2998.
BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit.
BOAT-SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40' with water & electric, $500. 463-2845
1984 13.5' Dory Skiff, 40hp Suzuki, runs
great. New Bmrni ltop, boat S trailer. In
great shape Ready to go Must seel
$3500 OBO Call Bill 318-5174.
MAXUM 2000 FR2. excellent condition.
ski's included Asking $14.900. valued @
2005 REDWHITE Scooter Still like new,
ready to drive nomel $1000 537-3991
1999 SUZUKI Catana 600 Series. Great
isl bike, needs minor work. $1800 OBO
1982 HONDA CB750, 24,600 mi.. looks,
iuns great! $1800 OBO, 894-8121.
1989 TOYOTA work truck. V6, Auto. all
power, w/liat bed 77,000 miles. dual
wheels. runs good $1250. 904.249-3839,
1999 F-350 Dooley Crew Cab, Lariat pkg.,
loaded, 7 5 turbo diesel. Very nice.
$15,000 OBO 703-7611.
03 .GMC Sheraid custom van, 50,000 mi
lactory warranty, 15 seals, 36,000 ml..
bronze, $18.500 OBO, contact Brian at
1999 WHITE Inlinii 130, exc. cond
65.000mi., new tires, $7495 285-2317
1991 BMW 5251, good condition,, 159K
miles, first $1500 565-9919.
RARE 1983 280ZX, 75,000 original miles.
1997 LEXUS. LS 400, $12,750, low mile-
age, Coach Edition, many extras 904
1992 OLDS 98 Regency 2 owners, excel-
lent condition, 76,000 miles, 25mpg.. air-
bag, ABS. $3500 negotiable 608-2418
1967 CADILLAC Coup Daville Conven.
bie See pictures in web hnp'/nome-
ml. Senous oiers only, Jim 249-4292
88 MERCURY Colony Park Wagon. cold
air, AM/FM Cass., runs great First $550
2003 BUICK LeSabre custom sedan, orig-
inal owner, 55K miles, excellent condition
2000 RED Dodge Intrepid, excellent con-
dilion. 74,000 mi.. aulo. $4900, 687-7463
DRIVER. YOU want IIt. we have ill Solo,
leams, owner operators, company drivers,
students recent grads, regional, dedical-
Sed, long nau Van. iarbed Must be 21
; CRST Career Center. 18001940-2778.
www drivelorctst com
BEACH BASED Intlalable Business (wa.
terslldes, etc ) Great lor pan-irme week-
ends Ready to Growl 477-6970.
ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, Iree candy All
lor $9995. 1888)629-9968 B02000033,
Call us We will not be undersoldl
VENDING ROUTE Snacks, Drinks, Ener-
gy DnrinksmToo, All Brands. Professional
Equipment, Prolessional Support. Financ-
ing w/ $7.500 down (877)843-8726 Lo-
GOLF BUSINESS Play Lots of golf and
play better, tournaments played in US and
World Raise Money Tor charnles Earn
awesome income www SGSPresenla-
S nons.corp 1800)861-9456 24/7
ACTIVE NANNY nonesi, dependable.
Transportation & references $9-$11/nr.,
any area. CPR & First Aida F/T & P/T
CAREGIVER/ COMPANION Light clean-
ing, cooking, errands bill paying, organize.
er, secretarial. etc. Pan -time only. 30
years exp., 318-9216.
HOUSEKEEPING. LIGHT cooking. laun-
dry, etrands.,.Houseola neipefrWallalpte i
to .atar. tmrriediatelA Relei6rce-ia,. ,
beaches area since 1991 Cali 241-0743.
Please leave message Simplify your Ile,
let me nelp
KITCHEN CABINETS, built in stainless
steel sink, range & microwave, all $300;
flOKIA 9300 pda cell phone, $200; Star
Trek collection ihugel $100 firm; Tony
Stewart autographed cars w/pic. $100 for
bolh, Maurice Drew Jaguar authentic hel-
met autographed w/pic $500: 241-4204.
STEEL BUILDINGS, factory deals Save
. 40X60' to 100X200' Ex- 50x00x12'=
$360/sq ft. 18001658-2885 www.rigid-
FREE DIABETIC supplies! Medicare pa-
rienis! Call Us Toll Free (866)294-3476
and receive a Iree melerl Am-Med Quality
USED TRAMPOLINE lor sale, $75; Mar-
in, 241-5303, cell, 759-8130,
FURNITURE SOLID oak end tables,
coriee able. Bunk beds 280-5158,
MOVING SALE! 2T TV, FUZZBALL table,
patio table w'umbrella. 4/chairs, kilcnen
table, 3/chairs 5'8" surfboard, water skis,
17' boat wi90hp engine King-size bed
and headboard, Washer and Dryer.
LEATHER SECTIONAL, grey, great
cond., $200 OBO. 246-8980 or 910-6652.
BED- BRAND name queen set.
new, w/warranty $129. Can deliver
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver. $20. 318-8173,
S *~*~*. S A .4 it
BARTENDER SERVICE. Iriendly, experi-
enced, licensed bartender available ror
holiday season functions PV Io Ail. Bcn
area. Call Russ at 561-703-2577.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT. Wish you had
an extra sel or nends, can't find enough
hours in the day? Let's talk to see what I
can do lor you. Pel care, housekeepming,
run errands, eic. Hourly rate is $20*-
Schedule negotiable, seasonal clients wel-
comel Beach area. Alice 241-0250. Holi-
days are rigrht around thne corner.
SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
tune-up. All makes, all models, $49 50.
NEED AN electrician? Call E-4 Electric.
WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace.
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Former Fletcher kicker Swank gets ACC honor
Former Fletcher High and
current Wake Forest punter
and placekicker Sam Swank
-was s-e ile-dsthe-Atlantic
Coast Conference specialist of
the week, the conference
Swank, a sophomore,
becomes the first players in
ACC history to win the
Specialist of the Week award
three consecutive weeks.
The Demon Deacons defeat-
ed North Carolina State last
Saturday, 25-23, to jump into
the Associated Press Top 25
poll for the first time this sea-
Against the Wolfpack,
Swank .tied an NCAA record
by making three field goals of
at least 50 yards. He connect-
ed on tries of 51, 53
and 53 yards.
only the fifth play-
er in NCAA history "i
to accomplish that
feat. The two field :.
goals from 53 yards
out tied the Wake
Forest school " '=_
Then, with less
than three minutes
to play and the
Deacons clinging to
a two-point lead Sam
against N.C. State,
Swank booted a 54-yard punt
with no return. He punted
four times in the game with a
44-yard average. Only two of
Swank's four punts were
returned and one
Swank, a native
Beach and a star
at Fletcher, is the
only kicker in the
country with four
field goals of 50
yards or more
this season. No
has more than
>wank Swank has
made nine of his
last 10 field goal attempts and
is 11-for-15 (73 percent) on
the year. Only six of his 32
punts this season have been
returned and 12 have been
downed inside the 20-yard
line. Swank has keyed the
Deacons to a net punting
average of 39.0 yards to rank
The sophomore was also
chosen as the national special
teams player of the week by
the Master Coaches Survey.
Two weeks ago against
Clemson, Swank dropped four
punts inside the Tigers' 5-yard
line en route to the weekly
Against Liberty University,
Swank nailed field goals.of 52
and 37 yards.
Last year, Swank was the
only freshman to be named a
Lou Groza award semifinalist.
Pnolo counesy of Wake Forest Univeisity
Demon Deacons 4cker Sam Swank connects on a field goal try
earlier this season. Swankis, a graduate of Fletcher High.
Girls regional golf
Prholos Dy ROB DeANGELO
The Region 2-2A girls golf championship was contested at
Jacksonville Beach Golf Club Monday with nine schools partici-
pating. ABOVE. Nease High's Sarah Knapp leaves the 11th
green after sinking a par putt. BELOW: Nease's Catherine
O'Donnell blasts out of a greenside bunker at 18.
Hunting in Guana not affected
by establishment of a reserve
By CHUCK ADAMS
Establishment of. the Guana
- Tolomtaf MlataifZiasEfnvironment
Education Center at the GTM Res
has not affected hunting in the C
River Wildlife Management Area.
except in one way.
"There was some impact at the
beginning, when the Education C
opened," Joy Hill, Public Inform,
Coordinator, Northeast Region, F
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, said Wednesday fro
Ocala. "They had to make some
changes about the way hunters ei
and exited the area, because then
a gate - and hunters went in ear
The entrance to the GTM Reser
Environmental Education 'Center
'located at 505 Guana River Road
A1A South, 17 miles south of J. T
Butler Boulevard or eight miles n
of Vilano Beach.
The Guana River Wildlife
Management Area is next to Guai
River State Park. The Wildlife
Management Area is bounded to
north by State Route 210 and Mi<
Road, to the east by the east side
Lake Ponte Vedra, to the south by
entrance to thie dam, boat ramp a
btKi Educall'dh tehir, and to tI
west by the Intracoastal Waterwa'
During those periods when the
Hunters looking to do some
turkey hunting on most of
Florida's wildlife management
areas during the 2007 spring
turkey season need to apply for
quota hunt permits beginning
10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Quota hunt permit work-
sheets are available on the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
(FWC) Web site at
"Quota Hunts." Worksheets also
are available at county tax col-
lectors' offices and at all FWC
Applicants must apply
through the FWC's Total
Licensing- System (TLS).
Applications are no longer
accepted by mail. Funters may
apply through the Internet at
wildlifelicense.com or turn in
their completed worksheets to
any tax collector or license
All applicants, regardless of
when they apply, havethe same
chance of being selected as long
as they submit their apSplica-
tions within the application
period. Applicants must apply
by 11:59 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9
to. be included in one of two
Hunters, who were included
the random drawing last year
but were not Issued a quota
hunt permit, will be included in
this year's first drawing, known
as the "preference drawing."
"When you submit your
application, there is no need to
attach any rejection notice you
may have received last year. The
TLS knows who was. rejected
iand Tho is eligible," said FWC
quota hunt coordinator Eddie
White. "When you submit your
application, you will receive a
receipt showing the hunts you
have applied for and your pref-
erence status. If you are eligible
for the preference drawing, your
receipt will indicate 'Preference:
Yes.' Those not eligible for the
preference drawing will be
included in the second draw-
upland portion is closed to hunting or
scouting, public access is restricted to
walk-in only from the Guana Dam and
--Roscoe Boulevard Extension entrances,
says the Wildlife Management Area's
regulations summary. During those
periods when the upland portion is
open to hunting or scouting, public
access is restricted to the Guana Dam
People using wildlife management
areas are required to have appropriate
licenses, permits and stamps, and must
present them upon the request of any
Fish and Wildlife Commission employ-
"We have a conservative hunting for-
mat, just weekend hunting," said Hill,
who added that water fowl is one of
the most popular things to hunt. "Lake
Ponte Vedra is open to hunting for
duck and migratory birds during the
Other hunting seasons include
archery, which ran Oct. 13-15 and Oct.
20-22. Bow hunters have to have a
Next on the schedule is muzzle-load-
ing gun season Oct. 27-29 and Nov. 3-
5, another quota permit hunt.
General gun season, with a quota
--permit for deer and other animals, runs
Nov. 17-19 and Nov. 24-26.
Sriiall gamie, tb idiiUd:6 Wild hog, is
the last season. It runs Dec. 1-3 and
Dec. 8-10, then continues January 5-7,
12-14, 19-21 and 26-28, and requires a
daily quota permit.
Hunting, which is allowed only in
the Wildlife Management Area?, doesn't
include wild turkey hunting. But
turkeys may be on the horizon.
"There is not turkey hunting there
yet," said Hill. "Years ago they disap-
peared from that whole area. Several
years ago a wild turkey restoration pro-
gram began in Guana. Captured birds
were released there. Twenty-two were
released in 2002."
The Fish and Wildlife Commission is
monitoring the turkeys.
"When the population reaches a sus-
tainable level, limited turkey hunting
will be offered," said Hill, who added,
"Turkey hunting is held in the spring
and called spring gobbler hunts.
"The goal of the restoration area is to
have a good population number so
hunting can resume."
Some additional activities may be
ahead for the WMA, Hill said.
"We're working on other recreational
opportunities for the folks up there,"
Hill said. "We have a new section in
the agency called Recreational
A Guana River Wildlife Management
Area 2006-07 Regulations Summary and
Aiea Mapib ii. Be found on itie Web at:
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