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Creation Date: October 20, 2006
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The BEACH



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Vol. 44, No. 35


WEEKEND EDITION
OCTOBER 20,2006





[ES LEADER


Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach sil
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Halloween

Happenings


See B-7


Parenting

session set


See A-8


Real estate sales slow as


prices drop slightly'


by KATHLEEN BAILEY
EDITOR
Fewer homes have sold at the
Beaches during the first three quarters
of this year, as compared to the same
period in 2005, and the average price
for those homes is down in all of the
Beach cities, except Atlantic Beach.
Condominium sales have also
dropped off here, especially in
Jacksonville Beach. According to statis-
tics provided by the Northeast Florida
Association of Realtors, in 2005 a total
of 257 condominium units were sold
through mid-October and 154 were
sold during the same period this year.


Beaches building
stats....Page A-5


Dozens of locals whose careers
involve real estate sales gathered last
week to discuss the current buyer's
market and discuss trends in real estate
sales at the Beaches.
"Will interest rates change? When
will building pick up? Where are rents
going? Where are the buyers?," was the
text of a release announcing the meet-
ing.
Afterward, the answers to those


questions were less clear, according to
some of the participants, though the
discussion limited to 45 minutes clear-
ly could have run for several hours.
Paul Gruenther, an agent with
Vanguard Realty who helped organize
the program, said in a telephone inter-
view Monday that nearly all in atten-
dance agreed that real estate sales here
have been .slowing down as compared
to the past couple of years, with inven-
tories of unsold listings at a 19-year
high.
"People are not trading up. They're
waiting right now," Gruenther said,
See REAL ESTATE, A-6


JB debuts new preserve


Photo by ULIZA MITCHELL
A blue heron perches on the railing
of the observation deck overlooking.
the Intracoastal Waterway Tuesday
morning in the new Cradle Creek
Preserve in Jacksonville Beach.

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
A raccoon shuffles along the
crushed shell path, pausing slightly
to turn his masked face toward the
whistle of a whippoorwill before it
scurries into the brush.
The shadow of a blue heron glides
over the smooth wooden deck to the
salt marsh where the great bird
cranes his neck into the filtered light
of the afternoon sun.
There is a peace in the silence,
broken only by the occasional hoot
owl or the wind swaying through
the Spanish moss.
This is life in the Cradle Creek
Nature Preserve, a 43-acre passive
park along Fairway Lane and 15th
Street South in Jacksonville Beach.
A grand opening ceremony to cel-
ebrate the completion of the pre-
serve will be held at 11 a.m. Friday,
Oct. 27.
Senior Planner Bill Mann, who
helped obtain state funding to pur-
chase the property and helped devel-
op the park's master plan, said the
land closely resembles old coastal
Florida.
"It is in its pristine state except for
the 8-foot swath that we had to cut"
for the trail," he said during a walk-
ing tour of the property Tuesday
morning.
With the shell-lined path in place,
Mann said wildlife such as raccoons,
birds, turtles, snakes and even bob-
cats roam freely.
Signs will be installed to help visi-
tors identify the indigenous wildlife,
plant life and culture in the area.
Bald eagles, osprey, blue herons
and wood storks are common to the
area. A large osprey nest can be seen
in a forked tree in the maritime for-
est.
"This is a bird watcher's paradise,"
Mann said. "These are the same


Pnoto Dy MILL MANN
Clouds reflect on the surface of the marshlands at high tide in the 43-acre
Cradle Creek Nature Preserve along 15th Street and Fairway Lane in
Jacksonville Beach. The grand opening is slated for 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 27.


kind of woods as Mickler's. Off the
beach the wind quits dressing with
the trees and they grow up."
Development of the environmen-
tally sensitive land began in May'
after several years of planning and
grant procurement.
Amenities include a walking trail,
canoe landing and observation
deck. The first 700 feet of the deck is
eight feet wide to provide access to
maintenance and emergency vehi-
cles. The deck was constructed in
areas where the walking trail crosses
over the wetlands.
An elevated platform overlooking
the serene marshlands serves as a
wildlife observatory with views over
the Intracoastal Waterway.
Mann said canoes and kayaks can
access the preserve which is included
as a destination on the city's Blue
Water trail.
The trail allows kayak and canoe
enthusiasts to travel by water
between the three Beach communi-
ties. Motorized water craft is prohib-
ited in the area.
A launch site was not included in
the master plan because of the dis-


tance between the parking area and
the water.
"It is intended for people who are
already on the water," Mann said.
Interpretive signage will also be
installed at key points along the trail
detailing the area's ecosystem.
A biological inventory of the exist-
ing plant and animal species found
on the site was conducted. It will be
updated periodically to ensure the
protection of the biological
resources, Mann said.
Provisions will be included to pro-
tect manatees, wading bird habitats
and indigenous sea grass.
Mann said 40 cypress seedlings
were replanted to help restore the
wetlands in the area. Stumps indi-
cate several locations where older
trees were eradicated between the
20's and the 70's.
"Over time it will turn into what-
ever it wants to be," Mann said.
"The best part about it is it's not a
40-lot subdivision."


See PRESERVE, A-3


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Photo by ALEXANDER KUMMERNES
75 YEARS: Neptune Beach celebrates its 75th anniversary with a festival
in Jarboe Park this weekend. The original city hall, built in 1935, now
stands in the park at Florida Boulevard. See details on A-3.


Dial-a-Ride is looking


for operating funds


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
A simple trip to the grocery store
could be complicated for Beaches
senior citizens,if funding for.a non
profit transportation service, does
not pick, up.
Jacksonville Beach ...City
Councilman Dick Ma-tthews,- an
active member of the Beaches
Council' on Aging, said this week
that the Dial-A-Ride service is seek-
ing grant monies to offset the pro-
gram's funding woes.
"Our biggest source of revenue is
from Duval County. Jacksonville
Beach, Neptune Beach and Atlantic
Beach contribute but it still leaves
us short," he said. "We are not in
dire straits but it barely keeps us
going. One good grant of about
$25,000 would be outstanding. The
money is there."


The Beaches Senior Center will
host the 2nd Annual Pancake
Breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 18 to raise money
forLDial-A-Ride. Cost is $3.50 per
person.
'Matthews said he is working to
seg.re':state -and"'lederal grants to
meaJig ,Jj.e current bus, which
was donated by "an excellent bene-
factor," and purchase a second
vehicle to,help streamline the shut-
tle ievice-"
"We could really use another bus.
The three Beaches cities have been
generous to us but the rest is all just
donations," former City Councilor
Bennie Furlong said. "We are not in
the hole . . .yet. But we could be.
It's really hard."


See DIAL-A-RIDE, A-2


Photo SUBMMrTED
Students in the voluntary pre-kindergarten program at The Beaches School
are participating in The Working Forum on Nature Education for young peo-
ple. The program is sponsored by The National Arbor Day Foundation and
The National Science Foundation. Searching for autumn leaves are
Zachary Parker, from left, Julissa Chen and Anthony Pikula.


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SenRIAsto fillSawgras tennis court
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i toilifght ainst breast cacer

S ` by CHU.QKADQAMS ;
, ST4AFF WRP' � : 1,,
* Teams of women age 40 and
-over will fill' the tennis. courts
at, Sawgrass Country 'Club this.,
weekend for the seventh annu-
'l Sen.ipRTAs.tourxa.ment that ,
benefits Jreasflcancef research. -
OTraY and CVr o1 Carter,s
6-chairs.', - " tis' "ys y's
SenioRITAs evriit, have b6th -
Sbeen involved for a nimber6f 6

. -EqclI enjpysplaying, i' the
tournament, 'b the desire to .-.,,
win isn't.. the, main reason
they're involved. It's the com-.- .".: .... :.. . . . .
bined effort to raise rnoney for : ::.
sre.st ca"ri rgearch." '
"Pe ople..doate .financially, . " .
people doiate ,in .did., said
Vella. "We have some wpnder-
,'ful coqpoibate S'.popsors. We- "' ' . .. .' ." ' - �
,'iave irdivilual- contributors,. '..' ' " . , . . Z...:A
that have'-bee.b very supportive
over the years. They pull out
their checkbook. and write a ..


check. So we have a combina- ."..', . . .
~lbtes g his cess- Those attending .Wednesdayslkicoff for SenioRITA's insect he items o'f
- ..,,.t- � ad6iion, hdid to raise funds f6orbIeast cancer research. -'
t ears SeioRi Kim tennisplay. It's a Very g6od, c capacity. " ' Play.gets'u
th40- . to '54 top ..level tennis play .of "Vella said organizers are% S~ idat yJs
e . -.i women who are 40, and over." hoping to exceed last year's fr 4 0-4n30
yea- &RiisTA or R search sella, who was a finalist last net total. .. 'at A 3; a.:
A, oer RITA.. year innher division,.won't be "I thinkk it's- a:. fantastic finalmir
foiiii6 ick' ing . this year, .her role as thing that we: do here,;at :.312: 3 .a
'"- ,i-te ed.bKc ,-- chairman being a large part 'Sawgrass, said Carterl."It's . .- ,
Las fndse e di d ' thereason. Caieron the goodfor the club,. its good for
ted- the breast W-a .ce. ther- hand, will play again, the community. . -
.eogats, Bapthe Bp 5 ' cal ""I';d like to get past the first '"October is Breast-:Cance'iert, Ai l
Cet 'e hs and 'hl6 at roidids, which ,l've never Awareness .month.- sOc&.It p�ls
faoi'o. . ""' , done;, she said:' t . .well to have,sucha ice, event
. The1 '06 nioRITAs began 'There are' 111 teams in this during the, month and bring *
,Wednesd'ay evening with a year's 'field. Women come" people to our club:. And'bring.
,.dinrier"and par at Sawgrass from long distance to play in attention to., th older ,woman.
Country'Clu'b This .'year's the tournament. Included.in - who's 'playing tennis to.raise
Cioub, Tise rse the. field are participants from . money [for cancer research]. *
ndais 'TerA i- seventh be as far. away as New "York, "I think [for] 99 percent of *
h"fIl tosrdaise.thrnug.sunday. Cincinnati and Miami. the women that come, it's rot
The.pfublicis inoited,.aridthere "We have to cut it bff at about the win,. it's really
The pubnochis invited , a . 111t, said Vella. "We have a about the camaraderie and
"it's'a fun nohagevet," Vella said wait list of 'about 20 teams. being here," she slid. "It'sa ''
o f- SenioRITAs. +"W- always' But we couldn't fit'them, in' great event." . *
art it oon a,-. es because we always like to ' SenioRITAs play begins
.witha sileh')"Iaudi'oaipyhai'e.it-at one location, which today at 1 p.m., with last'
'We end-it it and is at Sawgrass. So ,we are to .matches scheduled for 6.p.m..*
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prholo by CHUCK ADAMS
Jo and Sid Mickler hold hands Thursday on the porch of the
Palm Valley Senior Center, which they frequent for twice-weekly
activities.


How handy!

Mickler invents cane

with help for elderly


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
Sid Mickler of Palm Valley,
who will turn 80 next
month, is about to add
another line to his resume:
Inventor.
Mickler has hopes to patent
his invention, which is called
Handi-Cane and can be used
to pick small items off the
ground.
Mickler talks about his
S invention and his life:
Have you lived in Palm
Valley all your life?
All except 12 years, when I
worked at the city of
Jacksonville Beach. And then
we returned to Palm Valley.
All of this was after the ser'v-
ice.
How long in the service?
A little over two years. I
was in the Navy in the
Pacific, on a destroyer, in
World War II.
When you enlisted, how
old were you?
When I enlisted I wTs'just.
barely 17 . . .
When did you get out?
1946.
And then what did you
do?
My dad and I bought a
shrimp boat. We shrimped
for a while, and we got hun-
gry. So then I got a job.
I went to work, June 1,
1947, with the city of
Jacksonville Beach, Electric
Department.
What did you do in the
Electric Department?
Started out as just a helper
and wound up as a field
superintendent. And then I
joined the local union.
By that time the kids were
getting up, in age a little, so
the wife and I bought a
camper, and we traveled in
the summer months [to] dif-
ferent parts of the nation.
And while we was vacating, I
was working - and it worked
out great.
When did you retire?
Retired in 1992.
What have you done.
since then?
First I volunteered with the
Beaches hospital for about
four years. rin the meantime I
was maintaining this 10 acres
of ground we had. Only got
five right now. After that,





Preserve:

Conti. from A-I
Jacksonville Beach original-
ly negotiated the purchase of
approximately 36.5 acres
from the Trust for Public
Lands in August, 2001 to stop
the imminent development
of a residential subdivision.
A state grant from the
Florida Communities Trust
(FCTi funded a portion of the.
$1.2 million land acquisition.
In January, 2003, the City
Council approved the pur-
chase of an adjacent 6.7-acr6
parcel for inclusion to the
preserve, named for the geo-'
graphic waterway spawned by
Pablo Creek.
The FCT required the city
to redesignate both parcels
from Residential-Low Density
to Recreation/Open Space to
reflect its use for conserva-
tion and passive recreation.
The redesignation allows
the city to preserve indefi-
nitely the property from the
backyards of the Plantation


really not too much, just
being a father and uncle.
Have you always been
handy with your hands?
Well, yeah, pretty much.
Not real good. When I was
traveling, [I] got into stone
work, making rings and stuff
out of stones.
That didn't pan out, so I
went to carving birds. And I
carved birds for abqut 20
some years. Not decoys,
shore birds. And I made 650
some of those.
So then that got tough on
my hands, and I was working
with Council on Aging [at
the Palm Valley Senior
Center] ... and I found that
so many of these people need
the help. With a cane they
couldn't reach down and pick
up nothing.
So I started converting a
cane. . . so they [seniors] can
do things. One is standing up
[using the cane]. Not many
of them use it, but the ones
that do use it wigallv lyil
I've been dQw, W ,
about three or our years.
Then one of the guys talked
me into trying to patent it. I
said, 'Not unless you got in
with me.' So he did.
So you're going to make a
business of this?
We're going to try it. We're
looking for somebody to pro-
duce it. The other guy's name
is Hugh Wade. He was born
and raised in Jacksonville
Beach.
I did it . . . just to help
people. I only made 14, 15 of
them, so they don't go fast.
With that in mind, I got in
touch with this place called
Invent-Tech down in Coral
Gables, and they seemed
interested.
Getting a patent is a very
complicated and a very time-
consuming process.
Very much. This is going
on the second year, and still
no patent.
But you have the cane?
I have the cane, and not
only that, I have friends who
can use the cane. Even if a ' "
person does nothing else in
life, helping people is the
most important.
So if r never make a success
out of it, I'll still have been a
success at it.;


Oaks homes abutting the"
marsh to the jurisdictional
wetlands.
City officials also obtained
a matching grant from the
Florida Inland Navigation
District's FIND 2005 program
to fund the' $600,000 passive
park project.
Last July, an environmental
recreation program awarded
the city $200,000 in federal
funding to develop the
nature preserve. r
The grant was administered
by the Department of
Environmental Protection's
(.DEP) Florida Recreation
Development Assistance
Program, a competitive pro-
gram that provides funding
opportunities for local com-
munities to improve public
outdoor recreation.
"It's a preserve not an
active park," City Manager
George Forbes said last
March. "It's .a beautiful asset'
to the community."


NB to

mark

75 years

tonight


by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF IW\RITER
Neptune Beach will celebrate
its "history of determination'
with a weekend of fun begin-
ning tonight at Jarboe Park
The city, nestled between
Jacksonville Beach and Atlantic
Beach, will celebrate the 75th
anniversary of its formation
through Sunday.
The event will include carni-
val rides, contests, food, music,
local artists and a few old-fash-
ioned cars that will be on dis-
play, according to Leslie Lyne,
Senior Activity Center Directot
and Project Director.
The 180-acre area of land
that is today's Neptune Beach
was purchased by Eugene F.
Gilbert in 1884 for $1.25 per
acre. Originally part of
Jacksonville Beach, Neptune
Beach did not become its own
municipality until 1931, when
a group of residents banded
together after a "tax revolt,'
according to historical
accounts that mention the
city's "history of determina-
tion."The first town hall was
built in 1935 and is .currently
sitting in Jarboe Park.
Neptune Beach began when
community residents became
angered about not receiving
adequate police and fire servic-
es for their tax dollars from
Jacksonville Beach and decided
to secede and form a separate
city - which they did on Aug.
11, 1931, according to a report
available at the Beaches Area
Historical Society's archives.
By 1939, the town's perma-
nent population was 350,
although it increased to 3,000
in the summers. Neptune
Beach expanded through the
years, particularly during
Franklin Roosevelt's adminis-
tration, when the New Deal
brought government programs
that allowed for the comple-
tion of major city projects,
such as bridges, buildings and
public schools, according to
the report. The community
now has 7,500 residents,
according to the , census
reports.
The name "Neptune", 'an
icon synonymous with the pea,
was given t6' the city by one of
its original residents, Dan
Wheeler. Wheeler had a cot-
tage by the ocean, but made a
daily commute into the City of
Jacksonville for business. The
train passed his house, but
would not stop, forcing
Wheeler to get off at Mayport
and walk home, according to
historical accounts.
When Wheeler learned that
the train had to stop if there
was a station, he enlisted the
determination that the city was
founded on, and built his own
station. He named it Neptune -
a name which obviously stuck.
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.
Special parking arrange-
ments have been made with
Beaches Chapel Church &
School, Fletcher High School,
and Neptune Beach
Elementary School with the
JTA Trolley shuttle assisting in
transporting Neptune Beach
75th Anniversary festival goers
to and from Jarboe Park on
Saturday and Sunday. The
Kmart Parking area is not
authorized for off site parking
as previously stated, event
organizers said Thursday.
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
San entertaining weekend. (See
schedule of activities and more
information on B-:1).
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 resident
and the longest continuously
residing resident will also be
announced that evening.
A "Bier Garten", will be open
for adult beverage purchases.
Soft drinks will also be avail-
able in the garde, 'to be located
across from the , Butterfly
'Garden. Appropriate I.D. will
be necessary to purchase beer
and other libations.
Volunteers from several
Beaches service' clubs and
organizations will assist with
the event. Souvenir posters and
tee shirts will be available dur-
ing the festival.


:NEPTUNE BEACH
Criminal mischief was
reported on Oct. 18 at 12:53
a.m. when, an officer was con-
Sducting a. business property
check in the 600- block of
Atlantic Beach. The officer
observed graffiti on the back
wall of a. business which had
a' not been there the previous
night. . O
- - q O ' r' : ' .* *
Theft was reported on Oct.'
S 1 6 when a store clerk reported
c that merchandise had been
i stolen in the 200 block of First
I Street. The clerk believed that
a necklace and two t-shirts
- were. taken by. two young
, females. She said they left by
bicycle. The officer spotted,
- two young females that
matched the clerk's description
on Penman Road and stopped
them 20 minutes later. The
I officer searched their purses
I and discovered items from four
. other stores in the aiea, accord-
Ing to the report. Both sus-
f pects were released to the cus-
tody of their parents and court
dates were set.
.1 ' ' ' ., ' ,1 ', '"** , o* . "' ' ,
ATLANTIC BEACH
' An Atlantic Beach woman
I reported threatening phone
calls on Oct. 14 at 11:20 p.m.
in the 800 block of Seminole
Road. The victim said she has
received several threatening
phone calls over the course of
three days.
:e,* *. '
S PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Michael Gallagher, 50, of St.
Augustine was arrested at the
I St. Johns County jail Tuesday,
where he turned himself in on
a charge of vehicle homicide,
the Florida Highway Patrol
said. Gallagher is charged in
the death of Coty Hastings, 23,
who was a passenger in a vehi-
cle that was hit from behind by
a car on State Road A1A in'
South Ponte Vedra March 25.
Hi . * * * ' ' : ....
A High Springs man reported
Monday that his set of King
Cobra golf clubs in a leather
bag were stolen from the porch
of an apartment on Cay Lobos
Court some time between
Sunday evening and Monday
morning. The items are valued
at $750. '-
S * * * '
A 21-year-old Jacksonville
man working for his father's
.roofing company admitted
... taking p $300 digital camera
'from an apartment where he
had done some work, deputies


Great Pictures


said. The camera was returned
and the company wrote a letter
of. apology, according to a
report.
* * *,
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Nine bottles of liquor with
an approximate value of $300,
were reported stolen Oct. 18
from a hotel bar in the 1500
block of 1st St. N. Hotel staff.
told police the break-in
occurred between 4 .a,.m. and
noon. Unknown suspects
forced the door open and
ripped the lock off.,

Grand theft was reported
Oct. 16 at an estate sale in the
1700 block of 2nd Avenue N.

CORRECTIONS:
Incorrect information was,
miscommunicated regarding,
the Oct. 11 arrest of Paul
Shannon Shoemaker and the
actual charge was for "violation
of probation on an original '
charge of manufacture of hallu- ,
cinogeris," according to
Jacksonville Beach police, who
were assisting the US Marshall
Service.

Ponte, Vedra Surf Company
owners Bryce Davies and Tyler
Andersen were misidentified in
a cutline that appeared on page
B-I in the Oct. 13 issue with a
story about area surf shops.

A columnist on page A-4 of
Wednesday's editions gave the
incorrect day for hazardous
waste collections at the Palm
Valley fire station on Canal
Boulevard. Collections take
place Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to
noon.


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The victim told police that she
placed several items worth
approximately $40,000 in a
back bedroom that were not to
be sold but when she returned
home the items were missing.

Attempted murder was
reported Oct. 16 in the first
block of 2nd Street N. The vic-
tim, a 40-year-old transient,
told police that two male sus-
pects approached him on bikes
while he was sitting in Latham
Plaza around 11 a.m. and
began to strike him in the head
with metal poles. The man sus-
tained several lacerations to his
head and face and was trans-
ported to the hospital for treat-
ment, police said.


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Participate in


celebrating


independent


Neptune Beach


Quirky; tiny,, quaint, charming are all adjectives that
have been used to describe the city of Neptune Beach.
Its 180-acres have been home to old fashioned poli-
ticking' many 'of the Beaches' civic leaders and, for
decadsi,:.the Beaches only high school.
Once part of Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach w'a
formed as the result of a tax'revolt and the' political dis-
cussions have remained lively over the years.'
The city will celebrate the 75th anniversary of its for-
* mation this, weekend,' with,.activities planned Friday
through Sunday at Jarboe Park.
I' t will be an appropriate setting' as the original
Neptune Beach' City Hall currently sits n 'the park,
where it is' sed by sco.ut,troops and others throughput
the year. ' ' '. ' .
Carnival rides, .musicians and more will all be part of
the festvitisfthiis weekend. , ' I
Today, the city is home to approximately 7,500 resi-
dents. '
Those residents and anyone else interested in enjoy-
ing a good tirme, while.c lebrating the inception of the
Beach's smallest city are invited to stop by.Jarboe Park; .
located at Third Street andTFlorida Boulevard. The event
is the result: of many volunteers and donors pouring
countless hours of time into making the event a pleas-'
ant 'event. '. .
Have fun. while.appreciating the independent nature
that makes Neptune .Beach, and its neighbors:to the
north and. the south, "such great communities to call
home. ' .


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Jacksonville Beach has much


to be proud of these days


A beautiful new.parn is
opening just a block'
fr9m .my house next
week. Cradle Creek Preserve
is slated to,open next Friday
at 1.1 a:m. and promises to
be an attractive area, to stroll
'and enjoy picturesque views
of the Intraqoastal
Waterway.
'The new park is within
walking-distance o0fthe city's
,new dog park and the reicent-
ly .upgraded Wirigate Park.
Hop on. a bike and you can
visit Jacksonville Beach's
oceanfront park at ' 6th
Avriue South or head north.
to, see what' fishermen 'are
catching. at the pier. '
'The ''city's. recreational"
offerings are plentiful ",and
popular with thousands of
people annually.
... -t's worth noting that any-.
one taking the above men-
tioned park tour would likely
'pass by the city's po.liQe.sia-
tin,.atrouth' .mpeni ma.Ra d
police "patrol the Tieiglior-
hoods and business districts,
responding 'quickly to calls
for assistan'ce: (As "' know
personally,. 'havt ig had occa-
Ssion to. all officers on minor
I matter's twice' over., tle past
decade. They responded in.a.
-couple" of biinutes, -as com'-.
paied to a friend in'the.West'
:Beaches -who hashad t'o wait
days, literally, to-get a sher-
iffs' office response-regarding
Sa'case'-f grand theft.)
Great parks and police are
two major factors that con-
tribute to the .quality of life
in Jacksonville Beach.,There'
are many others, .including
our , own . municipal fire
department,. a readily-avail-
i i . , . .' '. . � . .


FEINDT BAILEY
, EDITOR

able city hall that fosters par-"
ticipatory' democracy aid' a'
utility company' "that keeps
the lights on when. comrpetil
tor-falter.:
All -f this is worth 'remem-
*bering' this time. of year as
taxpayers. prepare to pay
taxes.., . .
Jacksonville Beah" taxbay-V-
, ers pay a 'higher tax ratp than
anywhete else in Duval-
,County. .
We.pay a total:of 18.7989
mills to all of our taxing
authorities, equal to $3,760
f6r a' $200,000 taxable.,yalue
home. That is more than
those; living ,in -Neptune
- Beach, Atlantic Bleach, Pbnte
:Vedia and Jacki'orville ,
But the price tag does hot
tell the whole .story. 'Those
taxes afford an independence
.aihd" quality o' ' life few
Jacksonville Beach residents
would be willing to give up.
frndeed, the .many parks
throughout the city are often
used by residents from 'the
surrounding areas," all 6f
which contribute' nothing'


toward' .'maintenance and
operations. There was talk a
few years ago of a regional
recreational board, but that
was all it was -- talk.
Yes," some Jacksonville
Beach residents visit Davis
Park near Ponte Vedra or go
to Russell.Park or Jarboe Park.
Parks are a regional amenity
and'should be enjoyed by all.
But -the truth is, Jacksonville"
"Beach appears to bear the
lion's share of providing
recreation to the Beaches.
It also bears an unfair share
of the cost of providing
police to safeguard the
crowds that swarm;here from
Jacksonville' in the arrmer
months. Common sense
would seem to indicate. that;
the courhty could --and
'should - do a better job of
helping cover some of .those
public safety costs.
. IfJacksoriville Beach is.the
playgounrid of 'Duval County,
as some'have said, one could
argue that the costs should
. be borne by all the -benefici-
aries. " :
Currently. the city of
Jacksorville Beach is relative-
ly flush with cash as tax'
increment. funds (TIF) 'have
.afforded the city-the chance
to invest in some capital
'projects that -might other-
wise; have- been 'difficult to
finance. Eventually the' TIF
well will ru'n dry arid. then
the question of who pays for
what 'may have more rele-
vance. - -
Meanwhile,i come see the
new park or:enjoy one of the
' other -recreational jewels'
offered by the city, regardless
of your zip. code or tax rate.
. . . . _, . . .


Ome Halloween parties are


a!! too ghoulishly memorable
, i

Got my first Halloween really needed to say some-
Paty invitation of. the.'year ' thing to defend his wife's
from 'my old.buddy, Bubba Jr. ' .' ' honor. He mumbled "Well
down in Palatkey (ashe,pro- "your wife Polly is so scary,
'nuncesit)'He and his wife, ' when she goes to bed at night,
Shirley Q, are planning 'the � she has to put her whole body
big event for Saturday Oct. 28! . up in curlers! And 'you aught
The theme to this .year's - to see her when it's a full
Ghoulish Affair is "Y'all, come . moon!"
see why CMTV canri'be scarier ' ' 1 felt like it was distraction
than the Sci 'Fi Chafinell" time,. "Hey folks, look at this
Why. do I have the feeling ' (glug glug) I just got 11, no 12
there will be a bunch of men 'boiled peanuts in a single
dressed like Lyle Lovett and . dunk!"
women going as Pam Tillis? Shirley Q yelled "That's
The last time my current weak sauce, I can do 14. let
and final wife, Dianne, and I HOYLE DEMPSEY me have a dang turn!"' Polly
spent Halloween with Bubba COLUMNIST got in line next as their hus-
'Jr. and Shirley. Q Was in 1997. " bands started placing bets on
it was my mistake, I thought that little kid!" their women's' skills at the
the party started at 7 and not Another guest Ernie Frank, boiled peanut dunk tank!
8 so we got there early. It was who had made himself famil- Dianne and I quietly left as
obvious they weren't ready for iar with at least two of Bubba the two men argued about
us. As. Bubba Jr. was taking Jr's complimentary pony kegs which of their wives had the
our coats the door bell rang. ,'looked at his wife, Polly and biggest mouth and the least
Shirley Q answered the door said "A littleScary? Last year I teeth!
with curlers in her hair and a heard Frankenstein went to a We're undecided on this
mud pack on her face and the Halloween Party dressed as year's Halloween. I mean this
little trick or treater gave her, Shirley'Q! Ha Ha Ha!" is just our first invitation of
candy. Ernie Frank and Bubba Jr. the year. I'm sure our friends
There was one other started going at it fist to cuffs. Lu and Marsha from 'Ponte
uncomfortable incident that Shirley Q and Polly were Vedra will invite us to their
happened that evening nine wrestling and cussing each annual, as they call it,
years ago. Bubba Jr. was about other. They were using Words Halloween Soiree! Still I think
to get the "dunking for boiled that would make a Mayport I'd make a pretty, good Lyle
peanuts" contest going when Sailor blush on a Friday night. Lovett, and Dianne could go
Shirley Q after having con- And in the other corner as the woman he once mar-
sumed a few cold beers, Bubba Jr. and Ernie Frank had ried for a weekend, Julia
shared the story with every- started "rope a doping", Roberts! Better yet I could
one about the young trick or jumping around, hiding their just dress as George Jones and
treater offering her candy. "I faces like a couple of old fools. not show up!
guess I did look a little scary to I guess ol' Bubba felt like he


JOHN
HARDEBECK
COLUMNIST


lam


full of


ideas


to aid


Mayport


ferry


It was ferry distressing
news. Of late, lead Leader
articles and an editorial
have told about funding
shortfalls and the possible
demise of the treasured St.
Johns River Ferry. The serv-
ice that connects Mayport
Village with Ft. George"
Island has been operating
for 58 years but may be
eliminated to save money,
now that:the Dames Point
'bridge and the Wonderwood
connector'ate open.
The loss of the familiar,
lovable boat would be
enough to give an old timer
a sinking feeling.
Blimey,. is nothing
sacred?! Many of"us; beach h-.
niks have taken rides. of it
for fun. Our kids - have
grown: up with it. For some,)
it was Jheii .it,st "ship-I
board" experience before
joining the Navy.
Several logical-sounding
financing suggestions have
been made. Let me add one.'
An idea has been rattling,
around in my think tank
since the last time the ferry
was threatened.' witi 'the'
deficit deadi.end.
It's". basically what rten-
dered this country, the non-
pareil of the world econo-
my: advertising.
Here 'tis:' The couriity's
commodores should con-
tract with an advertising
agency to sell commercial
display ads on'the-ferry., ' , -
This is 'not uriprecedent-
ed, of course. Buses. 'arid
subways have long'had "car
cards' and other signs push- .
ing products and' services.
Passengers 'are' a captive
audience and can 'hardly
avoid eyeballing the mes-
sages. unless they've
brought along' their own
reading matter.
To see if perchance'such a'
revenue source is 'currently
planned, - I phoned
Hornblower Marine Seivice,
the ferry's operator.
A managem'erit member
said,' "We don't do 'that."
Even so; the Puget Sound
Business Journal "of Sept.
26, 2001, had an article
that began, "Ferry riders
may see more advertising
on vessels .nd terminals
operated by -Washihgton-
State Ferries...." Evidently,
they're 'already . selling
some. Why shouldn't we?
Advertising is appearing
in some strange places-
these days. Rem'embei'the
St. Augustine guy who
offered to rent his bald
head for a commercial ad?
I suggest that the
Mayport ferry also' broad-
cast commercials on the-PA
system; e.g., for seasick'
pills. (Urp. Just kidding.)
For those passengers who
don't wanna hear them, the
crew might sell ear plugs.
Also, maybe the ' ferry
fathers could have a small;
rentable wedding chapel �
built on board to accommo-
date the less-affluent cou-
ples looking to be married
on a cruise by the captain.
Eureka! Another 'profit
proposal: Sell bait to those
ferry passengers who want
to troll. Sorry, that's the
last of my fishy ideas.
About the ads, though, I'm
serious.


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__________BUSINESS-



JBeaches Building Permits ]


2005 (FY 10-1-04 to 9-30-05)
# of units total valuatio
Neptune Beach
Residential
16 $4,403,365
Commercial
0


Jacksonville Beach
Residential
669 $180
Commercial
328 $35,(
Atlantic Beach
Residential
53. $13,
Commercial
35 $2,0


2006 (FY 10-1-05 to ,930-06)
# of units total valuation
Neptune Beach
Residential.
16 $5,407,540


al
$ 1,280,000


027,336
665,511


'59,157

51,741


Commercial'


, Jacksonville Beach
Residential
226 . . $54,0
Commercial
309. ' $33,6
Atlantic Beach*
'Residential


1i ,


101,416 35
Commercial
65,900 7


MAtlantic Beach does not have information for August and September 2006'
available yet. Totals are for first 10 months of fiscal year 2006. (10-1-2005
through July, 20061


-Ponte Vedra**
Residential
208' , " , '
Commercial
113


Ponte Vedra** '
Residential
284 ' $.
Commercial'


76,323,172
24,671,906


Reflects calendar YTD 1-1,2005 to 10-18-2005 .
vs. 2005 YTD 1-1-2004 to 10-18-2005
"As of Oct. 18, 2006, permits issued for residential' homes in Ponte' Vedra
made up 6 percent of the total residential permits issued throughout St.
,Johns County'nd 8,2 percent of the total value of homes built or improved
*during that period, according to county records:, .
,Permits issued during the same'tine period fortommer cial units made up
12..percent of the permits issued throughout the'count~and 30 percent of
the total value.
For the same period in 2005, residential permits made up 5.2 percent of
total permits issued for homes throughout, the cbunty,ivhich-kccbunted for
7.1 percent of the total value of homes built or improved in that, period.
Co-inmercial permits made up 6,7 percent.of c6untyfide commercial units
ahd 23.3 percent of their value by Oct. 18,.2005.

Information provided for Beach cities by municipal, building departments
and for Ponte Vedra.area from St. Johns County records.


p' rc.,o SUBMITTED
A' check representing $9,2000 in 'donations to local charities is presented Wednesday by Aromas Cigars in Ponte
Vedra Beach. The money, raised through a golf tournament, will be split among Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast
Florida, the Heart Gallery of Jacksonville, Edward Waters Scholarship Fund and Betty Griffin House domestic shelter
of St. Johns County.

Beaches Chamber plans Nov. meetings


Jacksonville Regional Chamber of
Commerce's Beaches Division. will
hold the following November meet-
ings:.
Beaches Monthly Mixer
" Tuesday, Nov. 7 ,
5:30 -7:30 p.m.
Outdoor Kitchens by Design'
317 St. Augustine Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach
No Charge-
Small Business Expert at.the
Beach
Wednesday, Nov. 8
2-5 p.m . -
Beaches Chamber office
325 Jacksonville Dr., Jacksonville
Beach
Bob Baldwin, Senior Vice' Pie'ident
of Small Business
Jacksonville 'Regional Chamber of
"Commerce .
No Charge
Appointment required.
Call 249-3868


Beaches Monthly Luncheon
Thursday, Nov. 9
Noon
Sawgrass Beach Club'
9'795 Summer-Place, Ponte Vedra
Beach
-.Cost: $15 with reservation/$20 at
door
RSVP: 249-3868 or email:
Elaine.millet@Tnyjaxchamber.com
Kevin Hyde, Councilmian, City of
Jacksonville
. The Jacksonville Business Journal
presents the Annual Trade Show at
the Beach
Monday, Nov. 13
5-8 p.m.
Sea Turtle Inn
One Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
Cost: $5

'Coffee on the Coast
* Thursday, Nov. 16.
8 a.rnm.
Coldwell Banker Walter Williams -
SJane Terrell


615 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach
Cost: $2
For information on the programs
call 249-3868.









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Valley
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Home & Cemetery"

Funeral Home
Cremation
Cemetery
Memorials

4750 Palm Valley Road
S PonteVedra Beach
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Pnolo SUBMITTED
Club volunteer at the "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" Walk on Saturday, Oct. 14.


Atlantic Beach Community Development. Board endorses

idea of restricting 'big, box' stores in commercial areas


by ALEXANDRA KUNIMMERNES
STAFF It'RITER
The Atlantic Beach Community
Development Board (CDBI agreed Tuesday
to recommend the city commission
approve an ordinance to prevent a "big
box" from opening in the city.
The proposed ban came to the board
after the commission directed staff to draft
such an ordinance as a proactive measure.
The direction came after Wal-NIart filed
plans to build such a store in neighboring:


Neptune Beach and met with opposition.
Atlantic Beach's current regulations
restrict building size to 45,000 square feet,
according to Sonya Doerr, Community
Development Director. However, in the
revised ordinance, the regulation building
size will most likely increase to approxi-
mately 60,000 square feet.
The expansion is to allow for a grocery
store that will most likely be built, but it
does not exclude other stores, Doerr said.
Doerr told the CDB Tuesday that she


researched the size of other grocery stores
in the area and most were 55,000 to,
60,000 square feet. The goal of the ordi-
nance is to accommodate a large scale
retail store without allowing massive
buildings to be constructed as well, city
officials said.
The ordinance, which is in draft form,
will be presented to the city commission
for discussion and suggestions.


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OBITUARIES




Joddie Ballard Blanche Bartlett


Joddle 'Ballard died Oct. 13, 2006 in'a local Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Blanche Bartlett, daughter of Edward Sinnott Bartlett retired in 1991 and resided in Pablo
health care facility.. Saturday at the Second Mississippi Baptist and Blanche Tiernan, died Oct. 15, 2006. She Towers in Jacksonville Beach.
Ballard is survived by his . wife, Elizabeth Church, 752 3rd Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. was born in Manhattan on May 27, 1925 and A proud recovering member of tLA with 30
Ballard; six children, Joddie Ballard Jr. Visitation was held Thursday at the funeral grew up in the Woodlawn section of the Bronk. years of sobriety, Bartlett was a former member
(Deborah), James Ballard (Hattie),' Dorothy home and will be held from 9:30 a.m. Saturday Bartlett, held a' number of highly technical of the Al Pablo Club in Jacksonville Beach. She
Wyche (limmie), Willie Frank (Reather), Debra until the hour of funeral services in church.' positions in her life, including jobs in drafting was also a member of St. Paul's Parish,
Hodges and Tracy Hodges; sister, Annie F. Funeral services provided by Sarah L. Carter's for Fairchild Republic and Grummann Aircraft although she had not been able to attend reg-
Perry; brother, James Ballard, Atlanta; other Funeral Home.' companies on Long Island. ularly in recent years due to poor health.
relatives arid friends. Bartlett moved to Jacksonville in 1968 and to Bartlett is survived by her two sons, Robert
Jacksonville Beach in the mid-70s. She was an Devitt of Coos Bay, Ore., and John Kiernan of
original member of the Jacksonville Beach K- Santa Monica, Calif.
Mart, working as the store's first greeter, but Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz
Gealdin " C later worked her way .up to the shipping and Funeral Home.
.Geraldine "Gerry" Ceravolo receiving department.
G e ra I d i4n e at the University of Bridgeport, Conn., and
G e. rr y " took doctoral level courses In reading therapy
Ceravolo .died at Boston University and New York University.
. Oct. 16, 2006 Ceravolo was a lifelong activist,, holding liz b t Esj1' telle ' ( M s hele "
after a long elected political office in Akron, Ohio, senior Elizabeth Estelle Shelley M iss Shelley
struggle with positions with the League of Women Voters in
O Ovarian cancer, several states and having involvement with
S'She' as "' born , NOW and ,Battered Women's groups. In New, Elizabeth Estelle Shelley ("Miss Shelley"), 83, (Max) Poole of Newbern, Tenn., James Edward
' Aug. 4, 1935 in York, she 'co-developed a weekend children's a longtime'resident of Atlantic Beach, died Oct. (Sheron) Ross of Halls, Tenn., and Brenda K.
BP? ' .'{ *'. .Little Falls, N.J. arts school, featuring, such things as painting, 16, 2006. She was born'in Lobelville, Tenn. to (Tom) Wilkerson of T-mble, Tenn.; 14 grand-
" .r After several musical instrument and writing. Harvel N. and Lena (Price) Coble. children, 30 great-grandchildren and two
m .o v e ,s , Family members include her husband of 47 -"Miss Shelley". managed the Singleton brothers, Carlos Coble of Dyer, Tenn., and
'..4 Ceravolo was a years, Frank, and her son, Matthew Alexander. Mobile Home Park on Mayport Road starting Luther Coble of Trenton, Tenn.
'resident .. of .Ceravolo was 'predeceased by her daughter, in 1971. She was a friend and caregiver to Visitation will be Wednesday from 6 p.m. to
"J-'] "* 'iH Jacksonville Claire Maria. , many, both in,the park and surrounding com- 8 p.m. at Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home.
Beach for the A private family service will be held on the munity, according to family. Services will be held in Newbemn, Tenn.
past nine years. Monitoring national and local West Coast. In lieu of flowers, donations may Shelley was predeceased by her first hus- "Miss Shelley" will be interred in the family
governmentt; gardening and reading were her be made to the Jacksonville Mayo Clinic or the band, Sidney Murphy Ross, in 1954 and her plot in Tennessee.
great passions. , Community Hospice ofNortheast Florida. second husband, Gene-Shelley, in 1997. Memorials in her name may be directed to
Ceravolo was a Ford Scholar at Tufts "'Services under the direction of Quinn-Shalz She is survived by five children, Hazel First Baptist Church of Atlantic Beach Building
University, whete she was an English' major. Funeral Home. (Robert) Alford of Jacksonville, John Sidney tFund.
She received her master's degree in education (Donna) Ross of Arlington, Tenn., Sandra


Real Estate: Invenritory of available homes expected to drop during winter


' Cont. fromA-1
S noting that August was the worse
month of, the year for area real estate
sales. "[So far] 2006 has not been a total
bust, but.investors have moved out o
.the market'."
That means the supply of available
homes is 1up, while demand is dowi
creating, a buyer's market, -in which
buyers can be choosier. The result
stratospheric prices that a neighbor g(
when selling a year or two ago might
,not be realistic, Gruenther explain<
and that means people With aggressivev
prices" might not see,theii property se
as it might. once have., j
g"T yersao, ,f ppt a houie o
l the-market that was obscenely, price
the. next thing you knew they wev
selling it - now you can't- do that
Gruenther said.- "It's not just econon
Ics. though. You-have to.add.huma
behavior." ' '
Steve Kallao, a licensed real estai
broker and owner of 1st Coast Horm
Inspection, said .he has seen, sever
instances of "price readjustment" wit
sellers dropping 'prices 5 percent (
more to attract -buyers and sell th
property. ..'
"I laugh because everybody is tryir
to be upbeat, but sales'are off, partic
larly at the Beach," Kallao said. He sal
he believes a lot of peopid have bee
holding back in recent months, wai
ing to see what happens before" eithi
buying or selling..
He noted that when real estate w,
booming a couple of years ago,.indi
vidual agents would hire him to c
three or four home inspectl6ns.
month and now those same agen
hire him to do one inspection eve
two or three 'months.
Lately, however, he said the re
estate market seems to be strengthen
ing a little.
fin August, he did three home inspe
tions, while he did .14 in Septemb
and midway through this month h
has booked 12 already.
He said, lately he has seen some sale
result only after sellers drop the askir
price. He noted that one Ponte Ved
Beach home off County Road 210 th
was on the market at $789,000 so.
after the owner dropped the price
$60,000.
"Some people are getting deals," 1
said. "But you try and .be a soothsay
about what'U happen and you usual
fall flat on your face."
A duplex he purchased three yea
ago for $260,000 was recent
appraised at $615,000, Kallh
said."Could I get $615,0000? No.
could probably get 'double [$260,00
though."
Some of the unsold properties th
are currently offered for sale through
Multiple Listing Service are on si
month contracts, many of which we
signed in the spring, and those listin
will expire and be taken off the mark
through the holidays, traditionally
slow sales season, real estate agent
said.
That means fewer homes will I
available for sale, Gruenther said, ar
many, at last week's meeting agrei
that could actually help the market
place as buyers sitting on the fence w
have less selection and might make
decision.
Many of those attending last wee]
meeting of the Northeast Florid
Association of Realtors said less spec
lative investing and the cooling o
period could result in a more balance
marketplace, Gruenther said.
Some say spring will be very go
and some say we may have anoth
year to go," Gruenther said. Spring


traditionally a very active time for real
st estate sales.
te He and others agreed that the quick
al shift from a seller's market to a "severe
of buyer's market" '.surprised many anid
flattened prices, with some observers
le not realizing until mid-summer that' a
n, slowdown had occurred 'in the local
h marketplace over. the past several
is months. '
ot -As a result of thie slowdown, 'a few
it r real : estate Agents, have been taking
di . part-tfihe jobs- in other fields to
ve improve cash flow as 'the real' estate
11 marketplace adjusts, agents reported.
nr WOR')%us.es d Pow, hut e,"

re. There are *also more partnerships
f," "between lenders and developers, espe-
n- ;dally in creating incentives to help
in condo-sales, where the supply is large,,
S, but demand has "fallen off" as investors
te have., ed the.marketplace, Gruenther
e ,said financial representatives repqited.
al ' The starting poift for a move-in
th- ready-home.at the.Beaches is $300,000'
or -and up, .agents said, noting that typi-
e allyy starter home prices are not that.
high so soqne buyers are attracted to
ig some areas to the west, such as ,Fort
u- Caroline with homes under $200,000
id arid easy access to tho Beaches via 9A
n � and Wonderwood.
t-. Gruenther said he tells those now,
er .looking"to spend $250,000 on a con-
temporary, Beach home with, 2,000
as square feet and four bedrooms that
ii--. theyy are. "too late," though .he said
lo some properties are available in Royal
a' Palms and a few other areas at the
ts Beaches.
ry The 2004-2005 housing boom took
home sales and housing production
al well'above demand, accordingoto, a
n- recent release by the National'
Association of Home Builders.
c- "The cumulative excess of housing
er. starts nationwide apparently amount-
he .ed to at least 400,000 units, and .the
excess supply now resides in builder
es inventories or in the hands of investors
ig who, may' cancel contracts or sell
ra vacant units at. any time," said David
at Seiders, NAHB's chief 'economist.
ld "And, it's clear that the housing down-
ce swing still has some distance to go, if
only to work off excess
he supply in markets .for
er both new and existing
ly homes. including the
condo market."
irs Bryan Lendry, a local
ly builder and past presi-
ao dent of the Northeast
I Florida Builders
0] Association, said area
builders are reacting sen- *
at sibly to the demands of
;h the market, EARL
x- "Builders are not
re pulling permits for new
gs homes until they have All Ea
et reduced their invento-
a ries - which is exactly
its what the)' should be
doing," Lendrv said.
be "No one thought the
id activity we experienced
ed in 2005 could be sus-
et- trained "
ill According to the asso-
a ciation, the monthly
average this year of new
k's building permits issued ,
da for single-family ' Abse
u- dwellings in the four- REN
)ff county area of Duval, St.
ed Johns, Clay and Nassau For
is 1,029, compared with
od- the monthly average in
oer 2005 of 1,479. In 200,1, St. Aug,
is the monthly average.


1 L - x : 4; 7 * "'


Area
211-JACKSONVILLE BCH NE
212-JACKSONVILLE BCH SE
213-JACKSONVILLE BCH NW
214-JACKSONVILLE BCH SW


221-NEPTUNE BCH E.
222-NEPTUNE BCH W


231-ATLANTIC BCH E


'232-ATLANTIC BCH / MAYPORT W


Area
211-3ACKSONVILLE BCH NE
212-JACKSONVILLE BCH SE
213-JACKSONVILLE BCH NW
214-JACKSONVILLE ICH SW'


221-NEPTUNE BCH E
222-NEPTUNE BCH W


231-ATLANTIC BCH E
232-ATLANTIC BCH / MAYPORT W


This year: 1/1/2006 to 10/18/2006


,- Solda.- ',""
Last Yr This Yr


'14 11
31 14


, Sold Vblume
Last Yr This Yr


15,284,700
15,988,000


9,379,500
9,877,000


69 43 20,308,969 13,660,400
101 83 35,177,666 29,891,000
215 151 86,759,335 62,807,900


S 32 18
56 38


103 79


116 83
219 162


Number Sold-


Last
15


Yr This Yr
56 80
21 24
1 1
79 49
i7 154

1'" 0


27,618,900
18,302,950
45,921,850


14,277,600
12,599,725
-i! 26,877;325 '-


55,128,612 48,876,773
18,231,663 15,721,482
73,360,275 64,598,255

, Condominiums


Sold Volume
Last Yr
118,997,416
20,587,598
209,900.
15,819,131,
155,614,045 8<

550,500'
0
550,500


This Yr
61,395,329
15,315,299
258,000
9,778,900
6,747,528

0
322,500
322,500


23 23 7,331,105 5,034,650
14 11 1,636,300 1,093,400
37 34 8,967,405 6,128,050.


Avg Sale Price


Last Yr
1,091,764
515,742
294,333
348,294
562,533

863,091
326,838
".'j ,594,965


t.' di-ri A0t! i ij
535,229
157,170
346,196


Avg Sale Price
Lasi Yr
762,804
980,362
209,900
200,242
538,327

550,500
0
550,500

318,744
116,879
217,812


This Yr'
852,682
705,500
317,684
360,133
559,000

793,200
331,572
562,386

618,693 .
., 189,415
404,054


This Yr
767,442
638,137
258,000
199,569
465,787'

0
"322,500'
322,500

218,898
99,400
159,149


Information furnished by Northeast Florida AssocIaiion ol Realtors


Last year: 1/1/2005 to 10/18/2005 ./


was 756. Lendry also rioted, that many Seiders said demand will be helped
"Looking at the data over a five-year builders are offering incentives, by various economic factors, including:
period," Lendry 'said, "Northeast "With approximately 2,000 people * Energy prices have receded from
Florida is still having one of the best moving to Jacksonville every month, record highs earlier this year.'
years in terms of housing it has ever our property values will remain stable," * The interest rate structure is favor-
had. The market simply is adjusting Lendry said. "If this isn't a buyers' mar- able, mortgage credit is readily avail-
after the explosion we experienced last ket, I don't know what is." able and monetary policy has stabi-
year." lized.

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Religion


Fall Festival
Christ United Methodist
Church will have a Fall
Festival at their Pumpkin
Patch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
on Saturday. Pumpkins,
games, food, and Christmas
treasures will be for sale.
The church address Is 400
Penman Road in Neptune
Beach; for information call
249-5370.
Broadway Review
/-n . - _ ._ r.-_ F _ i t'. - _


Family Matters
"Family Matters, a Parenting
Conference" will be held on
Nov. 10-12 at Christ Episcopal
Church. Speakers will include
three .nationally recognized
parenting experts.
The conference is free and
open to the public; pre-regis-
tration is required by
Wednesday, Nov. 1. Free child-
care is provided. Christ
Episcopal is at 400 San Juan
Drive in Ponte Vedra; call 285-
7390Q for information.


week Beginner's Course in
Reading Hebrew starting this.
week. Rabbi Dr. Eliezer Ben-
Yehuda, who was born in
Jerusalem and speaks Hebrew
as his mother-tongue, will
teach the course. The class
will meet from 7:30 to 8:45
p.m. and is free and open' to
the public. For information,
contact Robin Ford at 273-
9100. Beth El's'address is 288
N. Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte
Vedra.


activities and refreshments on
the church's oceanfront lawn.
The church is at 2125
Oceanfront in Neptune Beach;
call 246-2010 for information.
Hallelujah Night Festival
First Baptist Church of
Jacksonville Beach invites area
families.to a Hallelujah Night
Festival from 6 to 8 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 31. Children are
encouraged to wear non-scary
costumes. In addition to lots
nf candv there will hbe a mnn


Andrew at St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal Church is' taking
orders for holiday greenery
until 8 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 27.
For information, call the
church office at 249-4091.

Mommy & Me
Chabad @ the Beaches offers
a fall session of Mommy & Me
and Bagel Babies activities for
children from 6 to 30 months
old. Arts and crafts, exercises,
baking, music and other expe-


u u r L ad y S ta r o mth e S e a .. . . ..t tl u h o w.. U . ,. ,. .L , 0 , IIh> - . -. . - .. -v v . y, 1
Catholic Church will present a Hallelujah.Hoedown bounce, crafts, games, and riences will be included in the
Broadway Review musical pro- Sacred Music Concert First Christian Churchl of the other family activiites. Hot activities for the children.
gram at 8 p.m. on Saturday at Award-winning pianist and Beaches will have a Hallelulah dogs and sodas will be for sale. Contact Leah Kurinsky at
the church's Cultural Center. composer Calvin Taylor will Hoedown from ,The church. is located at 324 Chabad for information and
Admission, is free' to ' this perform in a concert of sacred 5:30 to 7:30 Fifth, Street N,1 For informa- times by calling 285-1588.
evening of music; refresh- music at 7:30, p.m. on p.m'. on tion, call 249-2314. Chabad is located at 521 AIA
ments will be served following Saturday at Palms Presbyterian N n Ponte Vedra.
the' performance. Church. The concert, held in Wreaths & garlands
The church address is 545 the church sanctuary at 341,0 Wednesday, tie Brotherhood of'St. Gospel Night
A1A N in Ponte.Vedra'. 3rd St. S. in Jacksonville' Oct. 25. Children' The Gospelaires will perform
Beach, is free and open to.the should' come in cos- in concert at 6:30 p.m. on
Book Sale. public. tume' for fall ' " " Sunday, Nov. 5 at First
St. Paul's Catholic- Church ' l Christian Church of the
Book Sale will be hold a Book
Sale on Nov. 3 thouldgh Na Boov. 5. Single Parents Beaches. Tapestree will also
SaleonNov.3thoughNov.5 . perform at the concert of
Used books, .CD's, DVD's.' and The .EXtraoidinary Single Pumpkin Sa.les Gospel music which is
videos will be available for Parent Net.work (ESPN) at, . free and open to the
sale in the parish gym. For Beach United , Methodist ' . - public Tphe ch
information call 249-2600. Church invites all single, par- . The Pumpkin, Patch a ' Lord .of Life.Luther address is 2125
The parish gym is at .First ents to a Celebration event, . u Oceanfront in
Avenue and Fifth Street in from 7. to 9 p.m. today, Church will, be openfrom 2 p.m to dusk Mondays Neptune Beach
Jacksonille Beach. Friday.- ' There will. .be .an , ' '
opportunity for praise and - through Fridays, from 9 a.m. to dusk on Saturdays,
Craft and Bake Salest. worship, small group con- " .. " ' Divorce Care
Andrew's Lutheran' Church nection, -and' information . and from 10 a.m. to dusk on Sundays. On weekends, Class
will have a'Craft and Bake Sale -from resource tables. Coffee
from 8 a.m.' to 2 .p.m. on and desserts *wii- be served., there will also be family activities and food for sale. Palm Valley
Satu-rday. St. '-*A ndrew's"Chil c"are " "can be reserve a d-at Baptist Church
Saturday. a St. Ahopdrews Child' cabe er The church, is located at 276 N..Roscoe Blvd. i offers a Divorce Care
Lighthouse, a hospital hospi- '249-2373. The 'church" Class from
tality hquse,.will also have a address is 3rd, street .at'. ; Ponte Vedra; call 285-5347 for. nforation. 6:30 to 8:30
yard sale there. ' , 7th Avenue N.n .m. on
For iniformatiori, contact the Jacks ill Beach, , Wednesdays.' The
chutirchoffice at 249-4575. The .-. 13-week class will
church address',is- 1801 Beach Beginnr brew. be held in
Blvd. .' Beth. -ENthBeachbe the church
Synagogue, will offer :afive- . sanctuary at
'. .. . ..1I. . .. . '-= . . . '-i .;,.


� 4890 Palm Valley Road in
Ponte Vedra. Childcare is pro-
vided. For information, con-
tact the office at 285-2447.

Women's Chorale
The North Florida Women's
Chorale will begin its 15th
season with rehearsals starting
on Monday, Oct. 23 at Christ
Episcopal Church in Ponte
Vedra. Dr. Ted Matthews is the
new Director and Barbara
Sartin is the new accompanist.
The Chorale is looking for
new members; anyone inter-
ested can contact Linda Young
'at 223-5344.
Prayer for Schools
On Thursday from 9:30 to
11 a.m, a group meets at the
Winston Family YMCA to
pray for school, media,' fami-
lies, and church. The YMCA is
on Landrum Lane in Ponte
Vedra. For information call
285-0267.

Happily Ever After
A marriage skills workshop
called Happily Ever After is
offered by Vivian Bowlus,
,M.Ed., LMHC, and certified
Pre-marital Instructor at Ponte
Vedra United Methodist
Church. The four-hour ses-
sions will,be held on the first
Saturday of the -month and
begin at 8:30 'a.m. For infor-
mation and registration .visit
www. happilye.ver-afte r-
fl.com. The church address is
35 Executive Way -in. Ponte
Vedra.


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CHRIST EPISCOPAL HCHHURH A VAit esoule
400 San Juan Drive * Ponte Vedia Bedch A ' A.nin , * "il a 4 -
.1 . . *." .. glican Carch . . 4140 Hodgespoulevard a
' . .. 28S . :.. . .. (Corner ' ofChet's Creek Blvd.) - r -n h -rh
Sunday 7:45, 9:00, 11:00 AM, 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist . .rship-cene.,v nadic. angga: J Jksonvie.(904)223922
Saturday 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist , . '-,r, ado - - w .hbpcus or .
�. �.e Wedresqlay 6:00 PMctadiucharis8,E�.e 1eetinng, Sabal Palm Elemenuiry W ee. -Pastort Rev.-JoeAlbright T" Fal ia. . ......
.. .. 12 N. Kernan Blvd. - - ilm " ,rr.i'a" T "n"-_ "' A',
. evening Prayer in the Chapel - . Sunday Worsip: O :3 am B * . -
-6:00 PM Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. Sunday School:. 9:00 am : . Contemnporary Worship: 9:00 a.m. i race o idJ rist .
Nursery Available for Saturday He Grups on eeknghs around ksie unday School -Al Ages:10:00 a.m. to
& Sunday Services . - . -.- and Meoling Sv. , Semnd , una.ys . " , . Traditional Worship , 11:00 a.m. 5rve God's Mission in the Wodd
Ss.ce .79 Payp rt RC. ALI BCn .o241-400� . cal.vak' .or .
All'are welcome . .ChristEiscopalChurch.org ' CMeii, .._a$.g.f.n N,, '..-.:. , . . .Nu.rseryP.rovidedi
COASTAL "ST. -Wo iip oort it UNRI E . * Sunday Worship Services '
S " '9:0a.p. Contemporary COM UNITY CHURCH 8:30 and 11:.0-am.-
O g t ~ e a "1115 , Sa.m. Traditional* ; ' . i r . Sunset Service at 5:45p.m.
- ..stui t I.- .. , I.l. .: ; . _ ' -* i-" -prt-ov fw - An Evangelical Free C church . -
--Sk iliidar - -S c .". . loNursery.atall sev es.
A2 ..-2" 1t a;n for al a0ges % Sunday School & A.B.'F.'s 9:00 a.m.
91 ., .Rev.Je Benetttor Worship Service 10:15 a.m. Sunday Schoo.
PON ET EDRA ' i* oYb.sp .. All ages - 9:40 am.
..... Executive way,PVB - ; .298 Aquatic Drive -
Ac sal - A from RawlingsSchol 40 .." 1 0South Third Stret, Ja.lksorivlle-Bpac!
10:U0 a.m. - t1:30 a.m. e e ahodSt .Behind losperltyBank '' Atlantic Beach Ph 904-246-6427 *,Mw palmschurch org
www.coastalcGristian.org . . Church. . * �,m+i, it c.org .Phone. 249-3030 '. ..u
jR HOLY TRINITY B PonteWedra UNITY - DAILY WORD BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
.rANGLICAN CHURCH Presbyterian Church ( STUDY CLASS CHURCH
"Where fTiriends gather to s ip. Wed. Evening 7:30 pm MISSOURI SYNOD
247-1442 ,45 10 Palm Valley Roa6d,(CR 210)
Holy Communion , - , . www.pvpc.com . ew ft.1eC' h Ribault Garden Club 1423 N. 8th Ave.,Jax Beach i
every Sunday at 8:00.A.M.' To advertise your , Sup. Worship.9:00 & 10:30 a.m. , 1050 Highway Al A 285-4288 705 2nd. Ave. N., Jax Bch Rev. DanaA. Brones, Pastor
Holy Trinity ieets in-the Old ChapelSn Rdylig us services ,. Sd.ayBte.ldast. ' . Sd c.:hl- (Corner 2nd. Ave. N. and 7th St. N) Phone: 249.5418
at 610 Florida Blvd., N e Beac Relig Nurseious Serviy & Tdd ises Sunday School 9:00am . http://www.blcjaxbeach.org
-1 .I.11's0dH i Traditional
MANG ADDRESS: P.O. BOX50294 here l . Midd, High School;.College Worship E-ma 1015am 355-5100 8:30 a.m.& 11:00 a.m. Se T
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32240.-0294 2499033 - Adult'Mirnistiies , newbeginningsbc@clearwire.net Dial - A - Prayer 355-7044 Praise & Worship Saturday :30pm
www.holytrinityneptunebeach.org. 4. , Music & ArtMl nistries Website; . Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Rev. Robert C. Adams, Vicar . "' Home of a Bethlehem Visit www.onlinewithnewbeginnings.com Church of the 'Dally Word ' Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.,
ST. ANDREW' A) ST. FRANCiS St, PaU-I's by the Sea t ' TRADITIONAL-ETIMELY
LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) - EP IS-TCHE-FIELD7�IR6i*. L.. " " ., jU/L Swi m SW'8dil forIllages9:00a.m.
(BY Sep HESEA) IStion EPAscPL C Rd Ep1iscop l Church ,," e *SMl 10:1 a.m.
A Stephen Minis y Con egationE.0 '........... ..
1801 Beach B'ld.a 2 . " " 'POWERFUL WORSHIP, PASSIONATE SERVICE 6*-"- lBDMmLV a BNIPRl Y lhMMp 11:30a.m.
Jacksonville Beach 249-4575 Nurse Provided-
PASTOR O MICHAEL BIAKER 895- aim Valley Road Pasor SteveMcCoy
Sunday Worship .Ponte Vedra, FL '543-01.12., 0_____ __________ AsctPastor Steve McCoyCHRIST
S www.saintfrancisepjscoDalchhrch.org . !. Associate Pastor Howard McMina
8:00 am & 10:30 am unday services Welcome Fa s 1 Children'shapl At 10 am Sun WORSHIP SERVICES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-
Sunday School 8:45am-9:30am Christian Formation for welcome ames Nursery At 7:30 & 10 am Services Sun. Sunday 8:& 10:15 AM 400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
Children. 9:15 am . Preschoolers-Adults . Singles 'Christian Formation At 8:45 am " Wednesday ' 7 PM Neptune Beach 249370
Youth/Adult 9:15 am 9:30am-10:00am Fellowship Time Corner of 5th St. & 11h Ave. N. 'Jax Beach, FL .'www.stpaulsbylhesea@spbts.net. TEL 241.4211 Rev. Patrice Spenser
Nursery Provided . (Chnidren'schap0m ol&rldr . ,senlcernes) 904-249-4091 www.beacheschapel.com Share in the loye of Christ
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN LORD OF LIFE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ST.-PAUL'S ST.. JO S
'" CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH ID i E N N" E of the Beaches (Disciples of Christ) CATHOLIC CHURCH
. 150 Sherry Drie, AllalIc Beach, FL -uULUU ,, 2125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach CATHOLIC 2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
.. 2b c- Rev. Dr. Gabe Goodman Pastor . (ELCA) - ' Ba tit Church Come worship with us by the ocean. Father Joseph Meehan
P.s- Cu:rch 0ce249-g8698 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch SATURDAY EVENING Sundays: 1st Avenue North at 5th Street WEEKEND MASSES
Preschooffindergirlen Office 241-7335 SATUR55Y4 *"Traditional Services Jacksonville Beach Saturday 5 p.m.
www.communitypcusa org Ph, . 285-5347 6:30 pm - Cortempo'rary Worship Service 8:00 & 9:00 am .m.
Schedule: Rev. Julie Frank,Pastor SUNDAY' Celebration Praise Father Wm. A. Kelly, pastor unday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
9:00 am - Contemporary 'Worship Service 10:45 am Nursery Available Sunday Morning
Surndy Moming Worship 830&11a.m. Sunday Contemporary Worship 10:30am -Traditional Service Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. RECONCILIATION
Church School- All Ages 9:45 a m. 8:30am WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY) Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30, 10:00, Saturda 10:00 a.mor b t
Youth Fellowships 5pm a 6:30pm - 'The Gathering 5:30 Sup per 1: am ob-ap
Conierporary Worship Serv., 559pm Sunday Church School 9:45am BibleStudies for EveryAge & L(VeSituation 6:30 Choir, Bible tudy, Youth 11:30a.m. &7 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCA
ChaceCho Wedesdays m. Sunday LBW Wrship 11:00am 407 Third Street Mahlon Dxon Senior Pastor 246-2010 Saturday Confessions Wed. 6:00p.m. (K-3) 7:15p.m. (4-6 gr.)
WeekdayPeschooKndergaren(34 & 5 y olds Nu rsery Provided w.ne ebapttor Nepte Beah JamesCollins Asocate Pastor After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m. Sunda00 . (-H.S.
Weekday PreschooKrdergaen (3.4&5 yrolds Nursery Provided Tom Bary.Pastor 904-249-23071 www.fccbdoc.com /emaln:lccbdoc@bellsouth.net 14-9014


. I-Mk Palm Valley Baptist Church
* 4890 Palm Valle Rokd Ponte Vedra .

Rev. Jeff Witt, Senior Pastor (HiIIj Qw^Ji

Join us on Sunday ?or. Service Times
Sunday '/Scnool for ail aqes 9'15 AM
S Voship s5i.Ice o10:30 AM Saturday 5:00 pm
evening ie ppoStunv 600PM Sunday 8:00am,9:30am &'1100ain
Wednesday Ervening Opeortunlties-
Family ODinner 6"00 PM
Cnlidren and Youtn Blle, Study 7:00 PM (904) 268-2500
Adull WLuornip Service 7:00 PPi
Chlrd Care and Nursery provided for all a ivtiesl wvww.andarinChristian.com
Tne inie.r roni nourKh ke ,rralm ur e , P'ai ms � 21 6045 Greenland Rd, near Philips Hwy.


,.,, .P I, w,, . p,,dei, CHURCH OF CHRIST f BAPTL
1025 Snug Harbor Court ,
288 N. Roscoe Blvd, Ponte Vehda Beach. 904 273-9100 (fx) 273-5567 (of Maypor Rd. atW. 11th St. and Orchid
Shabbat & Torah Services 9:30 -12:00 noon St.) 324 N. 5th St., 249-2314
- Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 B S 1 am
\Ve have a full range of activities and services t1i the beaches Jewish 246-2709 Bible Study 9:15 a.m.
community. Please contact our office m-f'8-5 for information about adult Jerry Murrell, Miinister Blended Worship 10:30 a.m.
education, Sisterhood activities and Youth activities. Bible Class Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
"A home forjewish Families at the Beach" Worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m.
Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Weekday Ministry 246-2891
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Service Interpreted for the hearing Impaired


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'Family Matters' parenting conference and teen camp open to all


by KATHY NICOLETTI
STAFF WRITER
A conference to address one
of the- "major topics and chal-
lenges today" will be held at
Christ Episcopal 'Church on
November 10 to 12.
Family Matters: 'a Parenting
Conference will bring "leaders
in the area of family and parent-
ing" to the Beaches as a resource
for parents of childrei -6f all
ages, said Deb Hardrgan, MSW,
LCSW, chairpersoni.,- of the
event. .
Hardman, who is a licensed
psychotherapist'in private prac-
tice at the Beach, teaches Parent
to Parent classes at ,Christ
Chuich..There and in her prac-


twice, she said, that she sees the
need for practical information
and support for families.
, "There were 110 people who
attended the first (Parent to
Parent) class this ygr. Half of
the class were men."':
Computers, the internet,
pornography, drigs,' alcohol,
sex, and peer groups all havkelan
impact on children, often in
ways that are different from the
parents' own experience-as chil-
dren,;she said.
Family Matters was- organized
by The Bridge Institute at Christ
.Church and is' brig uriderfdrit-
ten by the Institute, Wekiva
Springs Center for Women, and
Jason's Deli, said Haj'dman.


TTY
-a.-


I, F


Family Matters


teen camp set


We want to help par-
ents change the culture
and put family back to
the center of life.
' ' Malinila Hluis

The Bridge Institute was
established at Christ Church in
2004.
One of the goals of The Bridge
Institute "is to meet people
where they are and offer con-
crete help," said Malinda Harris,
Director of Christian Formation
at the church and a member of
The Bridge Institute.
"The church and the Bridge
Institute have the vision to
understand that there is a need
for parents to have some
resource other than therapy,"
said Hardman.
"The focus of the conference
is to provide practical and
immediately useful parenting
tools, fox positive and healthy
family relationships," she said.
"'This isthe first annual confer-
ence. We want to build a com-.
muni[y with other churches."
Speaking at Family Matters
will be nationally renowned
parenting authors and lecturers.
* They include Anthony Wolf,
*Ph.D, author of "Get Out of My
'Life, But First Could You Drive
Me and Cheiyl to the Mall";
Ron Toffel, Ph.D, author of
"Secohn Family" and
: "Nurturing Good -Children
Now", .and Jane Nelson,Ed.D,
author of "Positive Parenting."
They will share Insights about


positive parenting, sibling rela-
tionships, pop culture, disci-
pline, communication, and
building core self-confidence in
children.
Family Matters begins at 7
p.m. on Nov. 10 with a presen-
tation by Wolf, followed by time
for open questions.
On Saturday, Toffel and
Nelson will be featured in inter-
active sessions.
Rev. Dan Matthews, rector of
St. Luke's Episcopal Church in
Atlanta, will preach the 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m. services at Christ
Church on Sunday.
His topic, at the final event of
the conference, will be "Choices
Parents Make."
The conference is free and
members of the community are
encouraged to attend. ,Free
childcare will be provided and
lunch for children and adult
will be available for sale. Pre-reg-
istratlon will be accepted until
Wednesday, Nov. 1.
This will allow us time to plan
for appropriate childcare, said
Hardman. Information and reg-
istration is available from the
church office at 285-6127 or at
www.christepiscopalchuchg.org
.Family Matters will be held in
the church sanctuary at 400 San
Juah Drive in Ponte Vedra. 'The
sanctuary can accommodate
700 people.
"This is not faith-based. 't is a
practical conference for people
from ever)' church at the Beach
or the unchurched," said Harris.
"We want to help parents
change the culture and put fam-
ily back to the center of life."


"A-

Fashionable:

Day"

The Women's Bridal
Fashion Show was
held on October,. 4 at
the Atlantic Beach
Women's Connection
Brunch'.

( Pictures from left)
Christie Capalbo
models in the Atlantic
Beach Women's
Connection Bridal
Fashion Show.


Linda Ostoski leads
a group of models at
the Bridal Fashion
Show at the Atlantic
Beach Women's
Connection Brunch.


Kate Counihan, left,
and guest speaker
Sharon Kiser watch
the Bridal Fashion
Show at the Atlantic
Beach Women's
Connection Brunch
on Oct. 4.


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Christ Episcopal
Church will hold a
three-day camp for
teens during the
Family Matters
P a r e n t i ng
Conference on
Friday, Nov. 10 to
Sunday, Nov. 12.
Area' churches are
invited to partici-
pate and will need to
provide their own
transportation n,
tents, and adult
leaders for youth
from their church.
The teen camp, for
students in grades 6
through 12, will
invite "youth to
think about 'How do
I fit in?,'" according
to a press release
from Christ Church.
The camp will be
held at DayBreak
Pavilion in Ponte
Vedra. It will be
under the supervi-
sion of Josh
Fordenbacher, Youth


Director of Christ
Episcopal Church. A
security guard will
be on duty at the
camp.
Author Tony
Wolf, one of the
speakers at . the
Parenting
Conference, will
"share his wit and
wisdom with the
youth," according to
ihe press release.
The camp-out will
also include fun
activities and music
by a Christian rock
band. Meals and
snacks will be pro-
vided .for the
campers at a cost of
$25 per person.
Camp activities
begin at 6 p.m. on
Friday and end at
noon on Sunday. For
information and
reservations, contact
Fordenbacher at
josh@christepisco-
palchurch.org.


I MATTERS( i
| ' " " O6' t j.FEe FA r .1


jNOTICE'OF AN ELECTION REFERENDUM
PERTAINING TO THE COMPOSITION OF
THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY,
TO BE HELD IN ST. JOHNS COUNTY, FLORIDA
ON NOVEMBER 7,2006,
INCREASING THE NUMBER OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
', FROM FIVE TO SEVEN, WITH TWO AT-LARGE
NOTICE IS IJEREBY GIVEN tial art election referendum will be held as part ol rne general.
election on Tuesday. the 7th day of NovehIber ?006. The Board of Count/ Corrmlssionera of Sr
Johns County hereby airreots he following proposition to be placed or,n ne Iallot at the next
general election scheduled for November 7, 2006, for ail qualified eleclors of'St Jorins County,
Florlda. o0 tVe onp the following referendum as described in St Jonns Countly Re-oluliort No
20C6.t94
Shall Ihe Board-of County Commissioners of St. Johns County, Florida, be Increased from
live to seven members, with live of the seven members to be elected to office from single-
member districts by electors residing in each of those districts only, and with the two
remaining members being elected by all electors wllhin the county at large?
Yes
No
The Tlmes ard places for voting on nthe refrenrdum snaill be the Sae.ie a" the Ilrr. and place: or-
voi, in he a e riner3t elecllon helO in S, .lJOnr. Courr Oi i rJn a a nd i , he pc.ll, mil be oper. or. r.
date or ssi election irom 7 00 A M Auriil 00 P I
All qua3,d eale.:iors remuain,wi,lnin S, Jorns Courn, shhll De entitlt d hpe'rmlted Ic uole c.n
uj:n courry rr c'rimrnsion Cormpo3SltIr r Aerenr.rurn
Copies ol 51 Johns County PResoluion No 20C06.91J 3 are availeablea is h l.f1ir.n l. :caliorn
Main LiDrary Relerence D ek
'j16) tionn Ponce de Leon BId
St Aguslln'e FL 3208.1
Soulneast Brancn Libr3ry ARlerer.:e Desk
6670' U S 1 Souin
St AuguStine, FL 32086
Heailings Library Circulalion Desi.,
619, S .tamin Slreel
HMasings FL 32145
Barntam Trail Branch Library Clrcuilaion Desk
60 Da,vig Pon Blvd ,
Fruil Cove, FL 32259
Porni Vedra Branch LIDrary Ciruilarlor De ,k
lC1 Library 6iva
PcntL Vedra Beacn, FL 22082
Sl Jc'hnS County 4griculiural Center PFrormI Desk
31 5 Agncullural Center Drive
61 AuguElir.e FL 32092
Sl Johns County Counrhouse Bulllrin Boaro
4010 Leama Speedeay
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LCo'unty AdminisiraTion Building
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BOARD OF COI'TV COMMISSIONER OF
ST JOHNS COuNT' FLORIDA ' :
CHERY.L STRICKLAND, ITS CLERK
By Patricia DeGrance. Deputy Clerk


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OPINiON


ROB
DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


BCS clouds

the picture

rather than

clari fying it

T A ,Tich college football
\,] team is No. 2? Who
V V knows? Arid unfortu-
nately there's no real way of
knowing.
With release of the first BCS
poll on Sunday, fans have a
clear top-ranked team in the
country and that's Ohio State.
The Luckeyes - no matter
what anyone says, that wasn't
pass interference on Miami in
the end zone during the first
overtime period of the 2002
Fiesta Bowl - can stay on top.
if they jump their last hurdle,
a regular-season finale against
Michigan on Nov. 18.
After that, it's anyone's
guess.
S According to the Bowl
Championship Series, USC is
currently the second-ranked
team in the country,. Not so
fast, Lee Corso might say. The
Trojans have a.) not played
anybody of significance and
b.) struggled against the cup-
cakes that line their schedule.
Michigan is ranked third by
the BCS and is eyeing that sea-
son-ending showdown at
Ohio State.
But it's all useless because
college football remains the , ".-
only sport in which the-top-,''
teams never have to face one
another if they don't want to.
Imagine the Yankees decid-
ing they'd rather not play the
. Oakland A's anymore. The
travel to the West Coast, the
young pitchers the A's have,
the California sun - it's just
not worth it so we'll wipe
them off the schedule.
Instead, let's add a four-game
series against the Pittsburgh
Pirates. Sure, they're in the
National League but we think
we can beat them rather easi-
lyv. So, A's are out, Pirates are
in.
That's what college football
schedules are like. Yes, some
teams in tough conferences
face lots of challenges each
season. Are you listening
Florida Gators fans? But other
teams feast on hapless oppo-
nents to pad their records and
provide a soft cushion
between a few worthy foes.
It's a joke but colleges get
away with it because of the
stubborn refusal to incorpo-
rate a playoff system into the
end-of-season drama. College
football, like boxing, some-
how gets away with not giving
fans what they want.
Because the top teams rarely
face each other, there's no
good way to determine who's'
No. 2 or No. 3 or No. 4. It's as
subjective as picking a new
S car. . .
:Take West Virginia, current-
ly ranked fifth by the BCS.
How does anyone know how
good, or over-rated, the
Mountaineers are? They've
built an unblemished record
by beating up Eastern '
Washington, Syracuse and East
Carolina. West Virginia will
play Louisville on Nov. 2, but
there are no other tests on its
memory foam-like schedule.
And then there's the issue of
when a team loses rather than
to whom. An early-season loss
can drop a team in the
Associated Press poll, but by
the time the BCS standings are
released (after the seventh
week of the season) that
school can climb back into
contention.
Auburn, Florida, Notre Dame
and Texas all have one loss this
season. But those teams are all
also in the BCS Top 10.
With no playoff system arid
rules that allow top teams to
duck tough opponents, .fans
Really don't get their money's
worth from college football.
Yes, there will be a national
champion crowned in January
- but will it truly be the best
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Senators tumble in district semifinal


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Pnoto by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High's Kelli Thurson dives to save the ball during Tuesday's night's District 1-6A semifinal match against Orange Park. The
Raiders defeated the Senators in straight games to advance to Thursday night's title game against Gainesville Buchholz.


Season comes to frustrating


conclusion with loss to rival


Orange Park on home court


By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR

Fletcher High's volleyball season came
to an abrupt end Tuesday night with a
three-game loss to heated rival Orange
Park. That it happened on the
Senators' home court and in
the district semifinals, made it .
an even tougher defeat.
The Raiders won, 25-17, 25-
15, 25-23, to move on to the
District 1-6A final where they
were set to face Gainesville
Buchholz Thursday night.
The Bobcats reached the title
game with a 3-0 victory over
Sandalwood in the other
semifinal.
"Consistency and chem- RAIDERS
istry," said Orange Park head SENATOI
coach Amy Waller, "that made
all the difference tonight. It's
been [a season] of trying to find the right
people that fit together, that mesh togeth-
er. I think we showed tonight that we
found that fit."


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The Raiders were led by Allison Riner
who had 10 kills and 22 assists. Taylor
Martin contributed to the winning effort
with 14 service points and four aces.
It was Martin's topspin serves in the first
game that put Fletcher in a hole from
which it could not emerge.
"J .think, we started slow
^ , and they got us from the
very first game with their
hard serves," said Senators
head coach Shanel Lopez. "I
think we probably had six,
seven serves that we could-
n't return and it's a mental
game. We were mentally
down because we thought
we couldn't [return Mar-
tin's] serve.
3 "Finally we got a side out
S 0 but when you're already
down seven points, 3 to 10,
it's hard to come back from
that."
Still, the Senators showed some pluck
even after dropping the first two games.
Down 21-17, Fletcher fought back to even


things at 23-all in the third game of the
match. But a couple of Senators mis-hits
and a Raiders kill combined to give Orange
Park the victory.
"We played with a lot of intensity from
start to finish, which is what I've been
asking from them all year," Waller said.
"We seem to be peaking at the right time.
We had our bumps and bruises at the
beginning of the season but right where
most teams hope to peak, we are."
Orange Park and Gainesville Buchholz
were scheduled to battle for the District
1-6A crown Thursday night at Fletcher
High School beginning at 7 p.m.
June Nardiello led the Senators with
nine kills. Michelle Martin added six
service-.pointtsid. ifi t l-tSp record-
ed 23 assist. ' -
Fletcher ends the 2006 campaign with
an 18-5 record, but Lopez said the disap-
pointment of losing Tuesday night was
compounded by her team's frustration in
playing up to its level.
"As much as these girls wanted it
tonight, as much as I wanted it for them
because this is by far the best group that
I've had in the four years I've been
coaching, it just wasn't all there," she
said. "We couldn't come together like
glue.
"In the beginning of the second game
we started off incredibly strong and then
slowly, point by point, we started to
deteriorate. That's when Orange Park
jumped on us, which is what any team
would have done."


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Senators outside hitter June Nardiello hits the floor for a dig against Orange Park on Tuesday. Nardiello, a transfer student from
Germany who came to the Neptune Beach school to improve her English, led the team with nine kills in a 17-25, 15-25, 23-25 loss
to the Raiders in the District 1-6A semifinals. Nardiello, whose father is American, will apply for a visa to stay in this country and,
may be a part of the Senators volleyball team next season, according to coach Shanel Lopez.


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to states

FROM STAFF
The Fletcher High boys golf
team earned- a berth in the
Classi2A state tournament
with its second-place finish in
Tuesday's regional 'eiverit. .
Senators anchor man 'Majdr
Forbess sank a five-foot .par
putt on the 18th hole at Kil-
learn Golf and Country Club
in Tallahassee to put Fletcher
in the state final. It was a
familiar position for both the
team and Forbess, who last
year drained an 18-foot birdie
putt on the same hole at
Killearn to lift the Senators in
the Region 1-2A boys touma-
ment
Tallahassee Leon won
Tuesday's rain-soaked event
with a total of 303. Fletcher
nipped Fort Walton Beach,
307-308, to earn the runner-
up. spot and a trip Fort Pierce
for the state tournament
which begins next Tuesday.
Once Fletcher posted its total
of 307, team members and head
coach Ed Lange had to wait for
Femandina Beach, Tallahassee
Chiles and Tallahassee Leon to
finish to see if the score would
be bettered. Only Leon, with its
303 total, managed to unseat
the Senators. -.
With his even-par 72,
Forbess was named to the All-
Region team.
BOYS GOLF
The Nease High boys golf
team seemed poised for a run
to the Class 2A'state tourna-
ment following last week's
showing in the district event,
but the Panthers placed third
in Tuesday's Region 2-2A tour-
nament and failed to make the
cuL
Nease's total of 298 placed
the team behind Lake Mary
and Port Orange Spruce Creek
in Tuesday's tournament
played at Cypress Head Golf
Course.
Tyler McCumber led the
Panthers with a 1-under 71. He
was named to the All-Region
team.
VOLLEYBALL
Nease 3, Clay 0
The Panthers had an easy
time of it Tuesday against Clay
in the semifinals of the District
5-4A tournament.
With a 25-8, 25-17, 25-8 vic-
tory, the Panthers advanced to
the district championship
game where they were set to
face St. Augustine Thursday
night. The Yellow Jackets
earned a spot in the title con-
test with a 25-17, 25-19, 27-25
victory over Pedro Menendez.
Leading Nease on Tuesday
was Meghan Oakley with 10
kills. Three Panthers, Cierra
Pillsbury, Paige DePriest and
Meghan Sherman tied for a
match-high 14 service points.


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2006 FALL SOFTBALL
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A DIVISION
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ANGIE'S SUBS 7-2
CD CONNECTION ' 7-3
A TOUCH OF GREEN 7-3
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PONTE VEDRA KINGS 5-2
DADDY'S RANGERS 4-4
BOOTLEGGERS 4-5
DORSA CONSULTING 4-5


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TERRY'S 1-7
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Water exercise program pro-
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people of all ages and fitness
levels. Classes include exercise
for aerobic conditioning, flexi-
bility and strength.
Shallow water classes take,
place Monday to Friday mom-
ings and evenings; deep water
classes Mon. Weds. and Sat.
For more information contact
the LNTF Aquatic Center at 620-
2854.

Fantasy Football
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. every
Monday throughout the NFL
season.
The league has a $20
entrance fee. Proceeds will be
distributed to winners at the
end of the season.
Admission to the Monday
night screenings is free to


league members and $3 for
others. Proceeds from admis-
sion charges will be donated to
H.E.R.O.E.S., a local charity
providing K-12 scholarships for
at-risk youngsters in, the
Jacksonville area.
For more information con-
tact Bryce Pfanenstiel at 249-
7529.

Flag Football
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 Unhiersity of
North Florida, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Mandarin and Orange
Park.
For information, locations,
dates and to register, visit
www.i9sports.com or call
(904) 992-4263.

Jaguars Trip
Action Sports Tours is plan-
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Jones-Drew making quite an




impression in rookie season


By REX EDMONDSON
SPORTS COLUMNIST
The hardest thing to believe
about Maurice Jones-Drew
before he reported for summer
camp duties was that he could
live up to his college act with
the Jaguars.
Three months later, the hard-
est thing to ,believe is that
J.ones-Drew has lived up to the
build-up, scampering around
and making his rookie status
seem like a lie.
Coach Jack Del Rio, of course,
knew the UCLA escapee was
fast, but not this fast. The
diminutive running back can
: tote the football almost as fast
as he can talk. Almost - but
not quite. Ntaunce is a master
of both.
Jones-Drew uses his 5-feet
and seven inches to a great
advantage. Trying to trap him
at the line of scrimmage is like
trying to get ahold of a mouse.
The talented. rookie is.a magi-
cian's act: When you see him -a.,
here, he's there before you
know it.
"He's learning about the
NTL," teammate and close
friend Fred Taylor says, "but we
can only teach him about the
pros and maybe other teams
he's going to face. We can't
teach him speed. Nobody can.
That's something he was born
with."
Something else Maurice was
born with they define as "confi-
dence." It's also called other
things. Cocky? Sure, but when
you're only 21 years old and
can do the things Jones-Drew
can on a football field, how can
' you help but feel that the world
is your domain and the sky is
the limit, as well.
The running back didn't
..waste any time getting started,
either. Playing against the Colts
in Indianapolis, in game three
this season, Jones-Drew became
a 100-yard rusher; that's a feat
not customary with rookies.
Then in .game four the fol-
lowing week, he added a 53-
yard, career-high receiving
jaunt and a 5,1-yard TD recep-
tion against the Washington
Redskins. It was the longest
play of the season for the
Jaguars. It was also the fourth
longest touchdown reception
by a running back in team his-
tory. .
After five games, the young
man with the hyphenated last
name ithe "Drew" part was
added earlier this year to honor
his late grandfather) ranks sec-
ond on the club in rushing,
trailing only his idol and men-
tor, Fred Taylor.
After collecting 103 rushing
yards at Indy, Jones-Drew sort
of shrugged it off.
"I can't take too much credit'
for it because I didn't have to
do too much," he said. "The


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and Fred did a great job,of
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Among the things Maurice
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Volleyball season draws to a close


Phoio: by ROB DeArJGELC'


ABOVE LEFT: Outside hitter
June Nardiello elevates for a
kill in the district semifinal
Tuesday against Orange Park.
ABOVE: Kelli Thurson sets
the ball for a teammate.
Thurson had 23 assists in the
three-game match.
LEFT: Despite vociferous sup-
port from fans, the Fletcher
volleyball team lost in three
games to the Raiders.
BELOW: Jami Brown gets los
to return a serve in the second
game of the district semifinal
match.


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Knockout Rose

has a new pest

We have been so for-

tunate not to have
had damaging hur-
ricanes this year, and aside
from the dryness, we really
have been blessed with pret-
ty cooperative weather.
I have not read the
Farmer's Almanac for this
winter's predictions, so I'll
just stay positive and hope
for the best.
Something has come to
my attention this past week
involving a really popular
plant, the Knockout Rose.
We have been seeing the
beautiful deep pink roses
popping up everywhere.
And the reason is that this
rose is touted to be very
disease resistant, extremely
drought tolerant, and no
insects were known to both-
er it.
We all love roses, but the
intensity of caring for them
keeps many of us from even
thinking of planting them.
When the Knockout Series
came out, it fit the bill for
many of us.
We gave one as a house-
warming gift to our daugh-
ter and her husband for
their new home. It has been
doing very nicely, planted
on a sunny corner in the
front of their home, adding
a splash of color and inter-
est as the rest of their land-
scape gets established and
takes form.
However, a week or so
ago, my daughter noticed
that something was wrong
with her rose, and we e-
mailed back and forth as I
tried to diagnose the prob-
lem sight unseen.
Last week I stopped and
took a firsthand look, and I
was baffled. I saw no
insects, no signs of
fungus/disease, healthy-
looking newer growth, some
colorful flowers, etc., - all
the signs of a pretty good
looking plant.
But on some of the very
small new growth, there was
a strange coloration going
on, like red veins on a green
leaf.
That kind of thing usually
means it is a nutritionally-
related problem, and yet, I
didn't feel comfortable with
that.
So, off came some of the
new growth showing the
red veins, along with some
healthy, more mature
leaves, and some older
somewhat spotted leaves.
Ziplocked in a baggie,
these guys went on a jour-
ney with me to the
Cooperative Extension office
where I had a chat with
Pam Mattis, a county agent
specializing in advising the
commercial horticultural
industry.
Mattis. recently having
been to a seminar of
updates and potential trou-
ble spots for the commercial
industry, excitedly recog-
nized this as a "new insect
to be on the look out for."
She recognized the red
veins and overall appear-
ance and identified it to be
caused by Chilli Thrips.
A thrip is a very small
insect with a very piercing
mouthpiece, almost unable
to be seen without a magni-
f-ing glass: \Ve have them
on hibiscus, and they are
the primary reason why
hibiscus buds fall off.
She said if I'd had a baby
bud from the rose we would
have seen the thrip on it,
but the red veins were prob-
ably also from this fellow


See MATHESON, B-2


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
As a kid growing up at the
Beaches, Moker Jarrett was
always tinkering with music.
He wrote songs, played gui-
tar and jammed with his bud-
dies in various bands.
Now an adult, Jarrett still
has his hand in the musical
pot, stirring up an eclectic
blend of classic rock tinged
with country, jazz and blues
elements with the band Lucky
Stiff.
Jarrett and Lucky Stiff; fea-
turing local pianist Will
Hurley, will kick off the festivi-
ties for the Neptune Beach
75th anniversary celebration
at 7 p.m. today in Jarboe Park.
The event will mark the
band's first public performance
since recording its debut CD
"Ready to Fly." Jarrett and


company recorded the full-
length disc with Lou Rubino at
Monkey the Fish Studio in
Vilano Beach and mixed and


FRIDAY AT NEPTUNE BEACH'S 75TH CELEBRATION
6 p.m. - Navy Southeast Ceremonial Band
7 p.m. - Lucky Stiff
9 p.m. - Eileen
SATURDAY
11 a.m. - Sassy Strings Ukulele Group
Noon - Sassy Tappers
2 p.m. - Idol Rumors
3:30 p.m. - Kentucky Fuzz
5 p.m. - Gadsden
6 p.m. - Men's Beard Contest/ Ladies Longest Hair
Oldest resident/ Longest residing resident
7 p.m. - St. Johns River City Band
9 p.m. - Harlow
SUNDAY
1:30 p.m. -Joyful Noise
2:30 p.m. - Rhinestone Carina
3:30 p.m. - Glastara Irish Dancers
4:30 p.m. - The John Thomas Group
6 p.m. - Closing ceremonies


mastered the songs at Vision
Studio in Orange Park.

See LUCKY, B-5


pholo courtesy of VERA BOXX HILL
Marine Cpl. Ottis Boxx was a veteran of three assault landings in the Pacific and a Purple Heart
recipient before his death in 1945 on Iwo Jima.


pnolo suD.intlea
Drummer Jim Rohl (left) and Fletcher High graduates Moker
Jarrett and Bill Smith have released a CD, "Ready To Fly." The
CD was recorded at Seizure Session Studios in Ponte Vedra.


E tiquette tells us how not
to disrespect the
.E American flag: not let-
ting it touch the ground,
leaving it out in the rain, etc.
Director Clint Eastwood's
stunning film of the book
"Flags of Our Fathers" dares
to suggest that we disrespect
it further when we content-
edly wrap ourselves up in it.
This might not be a terri-
bly original message, 'but
these days, it's particularly
timely.
The story concerns the
famous photograph of the
flag-raising at Iwo Jima in
World War II, the trio of sur-
viving soldiers-who helped to
raise it, and their different
viewpoints when the govern-
ment sends them home as
heroes.
Rene (Jesse Bradford) is
quite happy - at first, any-
way - to use the event as
his "Get Out of War Free"
card. (His girlfriend isn't too
hesitant about riding the
gravy train, either.)
Native-American Ira (Adam
Beach) is consumed with
guilt over leaving his fight-
ing buddies behind. Navy
corpsman "Doc" Bradley
(Ryan Phillippe) is blankly
agreeable to the whole thing;
as he was in war, Doc does
what he's told without fuss.
The trio is paraded around
war-weary America - osten-
sibly as heroes, but treated
more like one-trick ponies or
circus freaks. Then Ira
divulges how the whole
thing is a sham (in a major
plot surprise]. dare not
divulge).
But like a dysfunctional
family that won't acknowl-
edge the elephant in the liv-
ing room, the government
sweeps the secret under the
rug. As long as the boys can
sell war bonds, Uncle Sam is
happy to continue the cha-


STEVE
BAILEY


rade.
With "Saving Private
Ryan," Steven Spielberg (who
co-produced this film) raised
the bar on war movies, and
Eastwood handily meets the
standard.
The movie's war flashbacks:
look and play like blood-
soaked, burnished memoirs.
Even more surprising is how
Eastwood uses the war scenes'
as commentary on the heroes
plight. The war is something ,
they want to forget, and the
seemingly innocuous bond
tour only revives the brutal
memories.
The starring trio is excel-
lent. The screenplay by
William Broyles ("Cast
Away") and Paul Haggis
("Crash") makes pungent
points about, if you will, the
commercialization of war.
And let's be blunt: would
anyone have expected Clint
Eastwood, aka one-note Dirty
Harry, to make some of his
best-ever movies well into
his 70's? At a taut two hours,
the movie is a strange para-
dox - a sparse spectacle -
and it's a paradox for which
thinking moviegoers should
be grateful. For me, this is
the best movie of the year.
"Flags of Our Fathers" is
rated R for adult language
and many scenes of graphic
violence and death.


Fletcher grad died a hero on Iwo lima


"llt7ten? iou go home, tell then
for us and say for your tomorrow
we gave our today: " - Note left
at a Manrine Corps cemetery on
two Jima.

by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCL4TE EDITOR
On the football field
or the battlefield,
Ottis Box.x was the
consummate team
player.
His loyalty to a team, an
institution or a cause was
never in doubt.
When his parents moved off
the beach in 1941 to take jobs
at NAS Jacksonville, Boxx rode
a city bus back to the beach
each school day so he could
graduate from Fletcher High.
A decorated combat veteran
during World War II, Boxsx
had a chance to return state-
side, but chose to stick with
his Marine unit for one last
assault landing in the Pacific.
"He could have come home,


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pio oDy JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
Ottis Boxx's government-issue
headstone at Peoria Cemetery
in Clay County.

but he wanted to stay with his
company," recalled Boxx's
younger sister, Vera Boxx Hill,
in a recent phone interview.
in a recent phone interview.


"He'd been wounded and he
already had one Purple Heart.
He was very patriotic. When
he heard the National
Anthem, he always stood up."
Boxx, who distinguished
himself on the gridiron at
Fletcher as a do-it-all halfback
and participated in four
assault landings in the Pacific,
died during the epic battle for
Iwo Jima. He was 22.
A squad leader in the 24th
Marine Regiment, Boxx was
killed on March 1, 1945, as
the Marines clashed with the
entrenched Japanese at two
infamous killing fields on the
volcanic island: Hill 382 and
Turkey Knob.
Boxx was buried in a Marine
cemetery on Iwo Jima. His
remains were returned to
Florida in 1947 and interred
in a family plot outside
Orange Park.
His weathered, government-
issue headstone in Clay
County's Peoria Cemetery
makes no mention of the fact


that Boxx died in the most
costly battle in Marine Corps
history.
But relatives remember the
sacrifice a young man made
more than 60 years ago.
And although Boxx's life
was cut short, he was typical
of the young Marines of his
day, as was one of the six
famous flagraisers on Iwo
Jima's Mount Suribachi: Texas
native Harlon Block.

Senator wheelhorse

Born in Clay County in
1922, Ottis Oliver Boxx grew
up at Doctor's Inlet, where his
family owned several tracts of
land.
His father, Frank Boxx, did a
little dry farming in the area,
but was a carpenter by trade.
In the late-1930s, Frank
Boxx took a carpentry job in
Jacksonville Beach with B.B.
McCormick's construction
company.
The move to the Beaches sat


well with Boxx's only son,
Ottis, a gifted athlete who
tried out for Fletcher High's
inaugural football team in
1937.
Boxx made the team as an
eighth grader in the days
when Fletcher housed grades
seven through 12.
But the sandy-haired, blue-
eyed underclassman didn't
crack the starting lineup until
his sophomore year, when he
lined up at fullback for head
coach Cromer Shuler's varsity
squad.
The year was 1939 and Boxx
was primarily a blocker in
Fletcher's single-wing forma-
tion. He tallied one touch-
down that season, as the
Senators booked their first
winning season.
In 1940, Boxx played a
more active role in the offense
as the team's versatile right
halfback. At a lanky 5 feet 10


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M Boxx: Rifle fire once echoed in woods for a selfless team player


LAURA
FOWLER
STAFF WRITER

A new


route can

curb the

running


boredom
Cool weather and corny
rock n roll tunes from'
1980s hair bands only
go so far when you're in the
middle of an 8-mile run.
This has perhaps been the
biggest lesson I have learned
as I train for the Outback
Classic half marathon on
Thanksgiving Day.
I first decided to run this
13.3 mile race because I want-
ed to challenge myself after
having run the 15K River Run
for the past two years.
Secondly- and more
importantly - it will give me
an excuse to eat twice as
much turkey for Thanksgiving
dinner.
But aside from the highly
Motivational vision of a
steaming plate of moist
turkey, I have found that long
. distance training is so much
easier when you enjoy the
course you are running.
For me, that means courses
* that offer some variety: twists
* and turns, ups and downs,
and above all, scenery.
I hate running straight,
there-and-back courses along
barren roads. Its like climbing
S Mount Everest: the end never
; seems to be getting any closer
and the air seems to be get-
ting thinner.
I also can't stand to run
-" . loop courses that you have to
repeat several times especial-
ly when there are smelly
Sdumpsters or strange people
that you have to pass over .
and over again.
And running along busy
roads or highways with all
' sorts of trash, fumes and road
kill is not my idea of a good
course either.
. I would rather say to.,
myself, OK, there's the beauti-
ful oak tree, which means I
only have two miles left, as
opposed to, There's that dead
raccoon I passed an hour ago
- only one mile to go!
Fortunately, I have found a
Web site to save my unsympa-
thetic friends and co-workers
from my whining:
" www.favoriterun.com.
Now, I may be behind the,
curve on this .one, but for
those runners who haven't'
heard of the site, it's one of
the best ways to get ideas for
new running courses.
You can register on the site
- for. free with just an e-mail,
address. You don't have to,
give away any private infor-'
m* action. , ,
Once registered you can'
browse through running
courses all over the city that,
other people have created on
the site, or enter your own
Favorite site for others to view.
The best way to find a good
course is to enter your zip
code and search for courses
within a five or 10 mile
radius.
A list of courses will pop up
on your screen and you can
pick the one you want based
on distance or location. .
Al you have to do is click
on the name of. the 'course
and a map will appear with
the course outlined in blue.
Each mile is marked on the
course, so you can easily mod-
; ify it by making it shorter or
picking a different starting
point. ' - ,
This is a great resource for
runners'who travel a lot. If
you're staying at a. hotel but
don't want to run on the bor-


ing treadmill in the closet-
sized hotel gym; pick an inter-
esting running course in that
city.
Another feature of the site
is a running calendar and an
activity log. You can enter the
distances. and times of your
runs and then watch your
progress on your monthly
running calendar.
Then just for fun go to
www.calorie-count.com and
figure out how long you will
have to run to burn off two
heaping plates of turkey.


Cont. from B-I
and 160 pounds, Boxx broke
up several passes from his
defensive backfield spot in a
20-2 win over Jasper.
He also broke a 53-yard run
from punt formation in a 32-0
victory over Palatka. Against St.
Augustine High, then known as
Ketterlinus, Boxx scored a TD
and booted an extra point in a
27-20 loss.
He won mention in a news-
paper story as a "hard-driving
line plunger."
Senior year was special for
Boxx, and well worth the long
bus rides from Blanding
Boulevard.
In 1941, Shuler's last year at
the helm before taking an offi-
cer's commission in the Army,
the Fletcher coach moved the
speedy Boxx to left halfback, a
feature position.
With star running back
Clarence Doerr out for the sea-
son with a broken leg, Boxx
was Fletcher's go-to guy in the
months leading up to Pearl
Harbor.
"One of the wheelhorses in
Coach Shuler's Duncan U.
Fletcher football team is Ottis
Boxx, veteran left half," a local
newspaper reported that sea-
son.
"Boxx can do most things In
football well. This lad deserves
more praise than -he has ever
received."
Along with his running and
blocking duties, Boxx was also
the team's punter, passer and
placekicker. He scored a pair of
TD runs against St. Augustine
that year, and also converted
the point-after kicks.
He also threw a 34-yard
interception against Tallahassee
Leon that was returned for a
touchdown.
Boxx saved his best perform-
ance for last in a season-end-
ing, 19-13 triumph over visit-
ing South Boston, Va., High.
In front of a crowd of 2,000
at Shuler Field, Boxx ran for
two scores, including.the game-
winner with four minutes left
to play. The headline in the
next day's paper read, "Boxx
Brings Victory."
"Ottis loved football," his sis-
ter recalled.
"He was three years older
than me. After high school, he
wanted to join the Air Corps,
but my mother said it was too
dangerous. Then he joined the
Marines, which was even more
dangerous."


phoro counoay of vera B
Ottis Boxx's 1942 graduE
picture from Fletcher Hig
School. He enlisted in th
Marines a few months la

Selfless team player
After graduating from
Fletcher in the spring of
Boxx worked briefly for I
Winn-Lovett Grocery Co.
which changed its name
Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. in
Newsreels of Marines la
on Gualalcanal may have
prompted Boxx into enli'
in the Corps in August 1S
At 20, he was a tad mo
mature than most recruit
buoyed by a background
team sports.
He was just what the N
were looking for: Someor
who exemplified esprit d
corps.
After boot camp, Boxx
trained at Camp Lejeune,
before transferring to Car
Pendleton, Calif., where t
4th Marine Division was
mally activated on Aug. :
1943.
I Boxx was assigned'to o
three battalions in the 24
Regiment, which shipped
to the combat zone in Jai
1944.
The Marines sailed for
Marshall Islands, become
first .division to go direct]
combat from the states, a
ing to "The Fighting Fou
Web page by 4th Divisloi
eran Al Perry.
Over the next 14 month
the unit made four majo
assault landings:- Roi-Narr
Saipan,-Tinian and IwoJi


The 4th Division quickly
seized Roi-Namur, and landed
on Saipan on June 15, .944,
suffering 27 percent casualties.
After securing the island on
July 9, the 24th Regiment was
among the first waVe of
invaders at Tinian.:
, 4 In late August 1944, the 4th .'
Division sailed to Hawaii, in.
preparation for an invasion of
"-' * an island known only to the
Marines as "X."
During his five months at
M;:i Camp Maui, Boxx was hoping
to visit his first cousin, Chester,
- Boxx of Jacksonville, who was
stationed at Pearl Harbor as a
Navy storekeeper.
"I had intentions to go visit
him but then I got a letter from
my mother saying that he had
died over there," said Chester
Boxx, who now lives in
Clermont, Fla.
3OXX HILL In January 1945, the Marines
ation boarded transport ships for Iwo
gh Jima and their date with des-
ie tinV.
iter. Iwo Jima was 3,791 miles
from Pearl Harbor, and only
758 miles from Tokyo. The
Marines would literally be
1942, fighting in Japan's front yard.
he More than 20,000 Japanese
., awaited them on Iwo Jima,
to which was one-ninth the size
1955 of Saipan. Such a heavy con-
anding centration of enemy troops
meant only one thing: Hand-
sting to-hand combat would be the
942. rule, not the exception.
)re "It would be a battle of attri-
s, and tion on terrain that had no
in front lines, where the attackers
were exposed and the defend-
larines ers fortified," says James
ne Bradley in the best-selling book
e "Flags of Our Fathers."
On D-Day, Feb. 19, 1945, the
Marines landed a force of
N.C., 70,000 men on a beachhead
mp only 3,500 yards long.
the Boxx's battalion landed in
for- the afternoon after two other
14, battalions suffered heavy casu-
alties attempting to take one of
)ne of the island's main airfields.
4th Four days later, on Feb. 23,
d out the 28th Marine Regiment cap-
nuary tured Mount Suribachi. Five
Marines and a Navy corpsman
the raised a makeshift flag to tele-
ng the graph their victory to troops on
ly into the ground.
accord- One of the flagraisers, Harlon
rth," a Block, who is seen thrusting
n vet- the flagpole into the ground in
the famous photo, traveled a
ths, path to Iwo Jima similar
r Boxx's.
nur, - - Both were Marine corporals- -
ima. and eventually squad leaders,


Matheson: Knockout Rose has a pest


Cont. from B-I
sucking the juices out of the
leaves. Why does he leave
them red?
Who knows. And why is it
called a Chilli Thrip? Because
it was found doing the same
thing on chili peppers. In fact,
one of its main hosts is that
plant, although it also has
been found on such common
landscape plants as jasmine,
\iburnum, banana, chrysan-
themum, other roses, and 108
other common plants.
Question: Is it a killer of
these wonderful Knockout
Roses? We do not know yet.
Do we have any chemical or
treatment that will eliminate
these guys? Answer: To date,
the only product the commer-
cial people have is called
Merit, available to profession-
al pesticide operators.
. However, the active ingredi-
ent in the product is imidaclo-
prid, and we have a product
available to the homeowner
under the brandl name of
Bayer Advanced Home for
Trees and Shrubs.
Orthene, a systemic, can
also be used, but it should be


used alternatively with the
Bayer.
The Orthene should be first
applied in the spring.
Research is still being done
on Chilli Thrips, and we are
not 100 percent sure it actual-
ly is a problem in our coun-
ties.
What we do know is it has
been found in 16 Florida
counties so far; its life cycle is
very short, with new genera-
tions happening every 14 to
20 days, and it seems to be
worse during dry seasons. The
damage is all above ground
(not affecting the root system,
which is good), and the leaves
will eventually curl up, turn
brown/black and fall to the
ground.
So, if you have a Knockout
Rose, look at it every now and
then, closely, especially at the
baby new growth. But do not
panic if you see something
questionable, just keep an eye
on it. As I have always said,
do not apply chemicals just
because you do not know
what else to do.
First be sure you have a rea-
son to be at all concerned.


My daughter impressed me
by contacting her morn, the
supposed pro, first, and now,
perhaps, we've all learned
something.
I will keep you informed as
I learn more about whether.or
not this Chilli Thrip is to be
considered a problem for us. I
have seen photos of leafless
Knockout Roses, horrible look-
ing, but do not know from
what county they came from.
Put on your scientist's hat
and think about all the vari-
ables that must be considered
and then tested before final
conclusions can be drawn.
The first that comes to my
mind is the difference in
length of humid months
throughout the state, and we
are far north of Dade County
If this was one of the counties
where the problem existed.
Information is still too new
to form any conclusion. In
the meantime, if you see that
you have the markings, pick
up some of the Bayer product
and apply it as directions
show on the label. Call me at
363-9872 if you have garden-
ing questions.


both formerly starred on their
high school football teams, and
both hailed from semitropical
towns near the sea.
Block grew up "down near
the knife-blade tip of Texas
where the Rio Grande empties.
into the Gulf of Mexico," says
"Flags of Our Fathers."
He enlisted in the Marines
with 13 of his football team-
mates.
Like Boxx, he was a veteran
of an assault invasion, having
landed at Bougainville in
December 1943.
The two Marines, only a year
'apart in age, shared another
commonality: They would
both die in battle on the same'
day.

Purple (and broken)
Hearts
On the day he was killed on
Two Jima, March 1, 1945, Block
penned a letter to his mother
in tiny Weslaco, Texas.
"Just a few lines to let you
know I'm OK. I came through
without a scratch," read the let-
ter, which wasn't postmarked
until March 14.
By then two mothers half a
country apart had lost their
favorite sons in the fierce fight-
ing on Iwo Jima.
Shirley Boxx Sanders got the
news of her first cousin's death
from her father, an air raid war-
den in Jacksonville during the
war.
"I remember my dad came in
and said, 'I have some bad
news. Ottis has been killed,' "
Sanders, now 70, recalled this
week in a phone interview.
"My Aunt Edith [Ottis'
mother] didn't believe that he
was actually dead. The story
was he got killed in a foxhole
trying to save somebody. I was
little, but I remember going to
the funeral [at Peoria
Cemetery]. It was-the first time
I'd been to a military funeral
where they shot rifles."
Elizabeth Boxx, a Jacksonville
resident who married Clyde
Boxx, Chester's brother, said
her late husband "thought a lot
of his first cousin."
"He was the only son and
they sure took it hard when
they lost that boy," Elizabeth
Boxx, 85, recalled this week.
"I remember the military
service because it was impres-
sive. I remember them shoot-
ing the guns and how loud it
was in those woods."
- Boxx's youngest sister, Vera,
* now-living near Atlanta,-was a-


senior at Jacksonville's Lee
High School when her brother
was killed.
Boxx was leading a squad of
Marines who were hammering
away at HW 382 when he was
felled by what relatives believe
was either a Japanese mortar
round or a hand grenade.
"When he was killed, every-
body above him [in rank] was
dead and he was the leader,"
Vera said.
"He was my mother's
favorite. She had a drawer full
of his letters. She never got
over his death." ; :
Edith Boxx, who died in
1973 and is buried at Peoria
Cemetery next to her son, was
in denial for many years.
Vera said her mother sought
the advice of psychics, who
told her, among other things,
that her son was a prisoner of
war.
According to "Flags.,of Our
Fathers." written by the son of
one of the flagraisers, "The U.S.
government began transporting
bodies of Marines back home
in 1947."
Boxx's remains, like those of
more than 6,800 soldiers, were
initially buried in a Marine
cemetery on Iwo Jima, the
largest graveyard in the Pacific.
According to "Flags of Our
Fathers," U.S. Rep. Joseph
Hendricks of Florida introduced
a bill in the House of
Representatives on March 1,
1945, the day Bo.x and fla-
graiser Harlon Block died,
authorizing the creation of a
monument in "tribute to the
heroic action of the Marine
Corps as typified by the
Marines" in the famous fla-
graising photograph.
The U.S. Marine Corps . , ,
Memorial was dedicated in
1954 at Arlington National
Cemetery.
Boxx's upright marble head-
stone faces east in historic
Peoria Cemetery, established in
1887.
A breeze still rustles the trees
in the small church graveyard,
where nfle fire once echoed in
the woods for a selfless team
player.
"We used to go out there a
lot. There are a bunch of
Boxxes buried there," Elizabeth
Boxx added.
"He was a handsome boy,
but not self-centered. He was
sort of shy, but he wanted to
achieve. He would not have
selected the Marines if he was-
n't-an achjeve-." -


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exhibit features "Professor Nigel Nose-It-All!" For more details,
call the museum at 396-7062.





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acrylic paintings and Series, will present the /
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the Neptune Arts Group, will of Balance," with Laura
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20 artists who have lived at * *
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them. Call 246-2110. . ARTIAND Faculty Annual," on Thursday .
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our area. . in the museum auditorium. p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. to 3
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centers provide' changing open to the public. Call 356- . . . .
exhibits and new lasses. . 6911for information. ,, . The Jacksonville Coalition
The Jacksonville Watercolor Cummer Museu f announced the opening f Arts has
Society announced that inter- The Cumer Muse'um ofl the opening of a .
nationally acclaimed water- Art and Gardens will present , new exhibit, "Fall Fafitasy."
color artist, Dean Mitchell, six lectures highlighting . It will be at Gallery L, sec-
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next meeting, Tuesday, Oct. Admission is $25 for the . Building; One Independent'..
24, at 7 p.m. at the FCCJ series or $5 per lecture. Drive, Jacksonville, from Oct..
South Campus. Tickets can be purchased by 25 to Nov. 29. A reception ,.r,.:,. -.m,
The meeting will be held in calling 355-0630. .. - will be held Nov. from 6 to "Last Dance" by Henry Von Genk Ill. Stellers Gallery of Ponte Vedra will exhibit the work of the
Building N,,Room 103. ' The lecture series is in con- 8 p.m. The juror will be nationally recognized oil painter in November Von Genks w9rk has been displayed at galleries,
Mitchell,who hasbeen "unectin with the upcomingJk.'n.. .Ai e E. Wiles. 'eal -73i 0 2410 Soiety recolidn oit all November. Von cen.sh wlor painted a ernv ,
Mitchell, who has been section ith Temples and Toming ''Aimee E. Wiles. Cationll 7302413 museums and commercial mural installations worldwide, yet he resides and works here locally.
exhibiting his works for more exhibit "Temples a Tomb for information Von Genk's work offers the viewer a unique and visionary interpretation of our natural world.
than 30 years is one of the Treasures of Egyptian Art.
youngest artists ever accepted from the British nMuseum,_ , Players By-the-Sea ofits gallery's new location at. given for the outstanding On Nov. 7, Archer will
into the National Wate tolor : which will open Dec .22. The. Community .Theaterwil the beaches. A reception will paintings and refreshments demonstrate her watercolor
Society and has won hun i lecture on Oct.i 5, "Verses open a new play onFriday, be held from 5:30 to 6:30 willbe served. The public is techniques atpthe monthly
dreds of awards. outof the Past, Ancient Oct. 27. "Painting ' . p.m. at 2405 3rd St. S., . invited to view the show, meeting of the Jacksonville
For more information call . Egyptian Poetry,"will take Churches," a comedy/drama Jacksonville Beach. Call 247- 'meet the artists and join in Watercolor Society. This
Trancesca Tabor-Miolla at place at 7 p.m. at the Florida will le shown on October 27- 3750. a ' .. the festivities. meeting will be held at 7 p.m.
273-2987. Times-Union Auditorium, . 29, Noveber .3-5, and 1011. . ' . The juror.for this show is at FCCJ, South Campus,
S", One Riverside Avenue, - . 'Call 249-628 for reseva- The Jacksonville Vatercolor nationally recognized water- Jacksonville. Interested water-
The Jacksonville Museum Jacksonville. ' tions. The theater is at 106 Society is holding its Fall colorist, Sue.Archer. She will color painters are invited to
'of r Art . .s.announced',6th St.N.'ackson; Trlle"Beach." -
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Contemporary Art" b' Ponte vedra Beach, BRASS, . Tonight, Eclectic Galleries Marine St., St Augustine. The inclusion in the show. Archer their information, contact
Jennifer Bailey, Curator of- University of North Florida will host a grand opening opening reception is Sunday , will further designate the Francesca Tabor-Miolla at
Art, and James Greene, inter- Jacksonville University and :party celebrating its fourth Nov.12, from 2 to 5 p.m. At .paintings which will receive 904-273-2987.
im directorof education, to the Jacksonville Symphony anniversary and the opening that time,.awards will be ' ' the awards for excellence.'


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* "OKLAHOMA!" is present-
ed through Nov. 26 at the
Alhambra Dinner Theatre,
12000 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Doors open at 6
p.m. for evening shows.
Matinees are held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday and noon on Sunday.
Admission ranges from $39 to
$46 for dinner and show. Call
641-1212 for information.
* "MENOPAUSE: THE
MUSICAL" runs through Dec.
17 at the Times-Union Center
for the Performing Arts, 300 W.
Water St., Jacksonville. Times
and, ticket prices vary through-
out the run. Call 632-3373 for
specific prices and show times.
* PBTS CLASSES - Players By
The Sea will offer adult


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Sixteen-year-old Katy McLaughlin (Alison Lohman) dreams of fulfilling her family legacy by working on her father's ranch in modern-day
Wyoming in "Flicka." The film also stars Tim McGraw as Katy's father.


Older cc

eauty is subjective, as
we all know. But surely
there are limits.
This thought came to me
recently when my daily mail
included a sultry photo of
actress Scarlett Johannson,
wearing a dress that was
doing'everything it could to
fall off her.
As it turned, out, the image
was attached to the
November issue of Esquire
magazine, which proclaimed
!Ms. Johannson "The Sexiest
W,.oman Alive." .
Now, Scatlett.JohanA's.on is
a decent enough actress, and,
she's certainly not difficult -
on the eyes. But The Sexiest
Woman Alive??
First, I just have to address
the age factor.
Johannson is just short of
-.22 years old. Last year's heir
to the Esquire throne, Jessica


Regal 18
Flags of our Fathers. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:05, , 1:40, 4:00,
4:30, 7:15, 7:45, 10:05, 10:40.
Flicka. Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs.,
12:35, 2:55, 5:15, 7:40, 10:15.
Marie Antionette. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:45, 4:40,
7:50, ,10:30.
The Prestige. Rated PG13.
:Fri.-Thurs., 1:50, 4:45, 7:30,
10:15.
The Grudge 2. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs.,: 1:10, 4:50, 7:20,
9:45.
Man of the Year. Rated PG13.


tresses still have sex appeal


STEVE
! BAILEY
s REVIEWER


Biel, was 23 at the time.
What, Lindsay Lohan and
Jessica Simpson wouldn't
agree to photo layouts?.
Perhaps you've.heard of a.
novel named "Lolita," in
which a man becomes ,
obsessed with a pubescent
girl.


Still a: controversial book
half-a-century later, the
novel seems to have been
meant, at the very least, as a
cautionary tale. It certainly
wasn't intended as a guide-
book.
Yet it appears that at some
point, American males decid-
ed to pursue the world's
Lolitas without irony or
guilt, and thus any woman
,over 25 can now be consid-
ered ancient.
. Just one example is Mamie
Van Doren, a curvy actress
who was groomed to be
another Marilyn Monroe in
the 1950's.
At age 71, Ms. Van Doren
appeared topless in the 2003
movie "Slackers," and from
the critics' uproar, you'd
have thought national secu-
rity had been violated.
There's a place in the .
world for youthful beauty, as


there always was.
But is it possible that a
woman with age, knowledge,
� and experience can still be
considered.attractive - per-
haps because of (rather than'
in spite of) a few extra wrip-
kles and pounds?
There is somehope,
though, and it's�provided by
none other than the famous-
ly voluptuous Sophia Loren.
At age 71, Ms. Loren has
posed for next year's edition
of the famous Pirelli calen-
dar. Rumor has it thaf'She.
posed sans clothing.
I don't intend to make any
tacky comments here,
though it would not pain me
to see Ms. Loren in the buff.
But at least, it's comforting
to find that there are still,
people who can consider an
older female one of the sexi-
est women alive.


On DVD


"Reds - 25th-Anniv.
Edition" - If you've never
seen star-writer-(Oscar win-
ning) director Warren Beatty's
bio-flick of American journal-
ismni-Communist John Reed,
you owe it t6 yourself. A les-
son in epic filmmaking.
"Billy Wilder Speaks" -
And if you're a fan of "Some
Like It Hot," "Double
Indemnity," or any number ofi
movie classics, this documen-
tary should make you sit up
and listen..
"Over the Hedge" - Cute
cartoon about a scheming rac-
coon (voiced by Bruce Willis)
who gets some wild animals
to do his foraging for him.


Fri.-Thurs., 12:45, 4:20, 7:05,
10:25.
The Marine. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:20, 3:45, 7:55,
10:00.
One Night with the King.
Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs., 12:40,
3:40, 6:40, 9:55.
The Departed. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:30, 1:00, 3:50, 4:15,
7:10, 7:35, 10:20, 10:45.
Employee of the Month.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:35,
4:10, 6:55, 9:40.
S' * *
The Texas Chainsaw
-Massacre: The Beginning.
Rated R. Fri.-Thurs., 12:55,


3:35, 8:00, 10:10.
The Guardian. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:25, 4:25, 7:25,
10-35.
Open Season. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:30, 3:30 6:40, 9:25.
Jackass: Number Two. Rated
R. Fri.-Thurs., 12:50, 3:55,
6:45, 9:30.
The Science of Sleep. Rated
R. Fri.-Thurs., 1:15, 4:35, 7:00,
9:50.
The Illusionist. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs.,9:35.
House of Sandi Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:30, 4:05, 6:50.


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improvisation classes taught
by Educational Director
Barbara Williams at 106 6th
Street N., Jacksonville Beach.
The six-week sessions are held
from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Student classes are also under
way and focus on improvisa-
tion, play building, technical
theater, and musical theater
are available for all levels from
elementary to high school.
Call Barbara Williams at 249-
0289 or e-mail questions to
barbara@playersbythesea.org.
* PBTS - Auditions for
"Visiting Mr. Green" will be
held at 6 p.m. Oct. 29 at
Players by the Sea 106 6th St.
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Music


CLUBS SCENE


NEW ON STAGE
Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
No More Theory is in! at 9 p.m.
today and Saturday.
Courtyard at 200 First Street,
200 1st Street, Neptune Beach'
* 249-2922. Deblois Milledge
and percussionist Carl Schulte.
perform from 7-10 p.m.
today.
Culhane's Irish Pub, 967
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach
249-9595. The Retrokats are in
at 9 p.rh. today.

Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub &
Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.;
Jacksonville Beach * 242-9499.
Live music at 9:30 p.m. today.

Freebird Live, 200. N. First
St.,' Jacksonville Beach * 246-
BIRD. Sister. Hazel with Jon
McGlaughlin perform at 9:30
p.m. today. Tickets are $15.
Capotain Kid is in Saturday.
Tickets are $5. Teddy geiger
appears Wednesday.
Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 Third 'Street S.,
Jacksonville Beach * 246-1070.
Little Sugar Bear is in at 9:30
p.m. today.'
Ragtime Tavern, Seafood &
S Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach * 241-7877. The
Boggie Freaks perform at 9
p.m. today' and Saturday.'
Normal Town is in Sunday.
' * ** � " . ' "" '
Twisted Sisters. 1266 'Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach.
Deblois Milledge, Will Pearsall
and percussionist Carl Schlute
perform from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday. Jess Pillmore is in
Oct. 25. : :
,WEEKLY STANDARDS
S Aromas Cigar, Wine &
Martini Bar, 880 AIA N., Ponte
Vedra Beach * 280-2525. Le
Monde Quartet plays Latin
music Tuesdays. The Jason
Ande'rson Group performs
every' Th-dulay. 1t-I 811
and The LeMonde Quintet per-
form every Saturday.
Bo's Coral Reef, 201 Fifth
.Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach *
246-9874.. DJs and female
impersonators weekly.

Brix, Jacksonville Beach. Jazz,
great Teddy Washington is in
every Wednesday through.
September. .
* * *
Cap'n Odies, 2200 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach * 241-
8848. Live music from 9:30,
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. toaay and
Saturday. Country night every
Sunday.
" ' . -_ ' - ' \. ", ' O * * * ' " - "
'Caribee Key, 100 N First St.,
Neptune Beach * 270-8940.
Pili Pill plays reggae every
Friday and Saturday.
Champs Lounge, Sawgrass
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach * 285-7777.
Cloud Nine are in today arid1
Saturday.
Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub &
Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 242-9499.


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p.m. followed by Jimmy Solari
every Wednesday. Spde
M4cQqaqe. ,plavs, Tnadi cial
'lish!h Miqc, lkeetr'* )Thirsday.i
Meridian plays traditional
Irish music at 4 p.m. Sunday.
* * *
Fly's Tie; 177 E. Sailfish Dr.,
Atlantic Beach *' 246-4293.
Nolan Neal .is in, Monday.
Songwriter's night with Seth
Ramsdill every Tuesday.
Reggae with Pili Pili every
Wednesday. The Wes Cobb
Band is in Thursdays. Mystic
Din0 and the 420 Band are in
Sunday.
Giovarini's, 1161 'Beach.
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach *
249-7787. Mary Ann Hawkins
plays piano Thursdays. The
Amanda 'Finch Jazz Quintet
performs today. Pianist -Matt
Hall appears Saturday.
* � , * ,
Homestead Restaurant, 1712
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville.
Beach * 249-9660. Kenhe and
Sleepy every Friday. Mike
Shackelford Band appears
Saturday. ' '

Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
First St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181. Live music at 10
p.m. today and Saturday.
Karaoke every' Sunday. Little


Green men perform ,every
Monday. Spiderbaby is' in.
every Wednesday. 3 appears
every Thursday.., ... ..
Mackenzie's Steakhouse, :100
Sawgrass Village, Ponte Vedra
Beach' * 543-9143. :Gene
Nordan plays -piano Tuesday
through Thursday. Don
Miniard is in Saturday.
'Michael Howard plays Sunday.
Will Hurley performs Fridays
and Monday.
+ * * * * *
Max's Restaurant, '1312
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach * 247-6820. John Evans
'plays the' piano every .Friday
and Saturday.

Ocean' Club, 401 First Street
North, Jacksonville Beach.
Mystic Roots in the tiki bar
every Tuesday. Fifth South and
the Glass Camels are' in the
Bubba Lounge "every
Wednesday. Reggae with Pili
Pili from 4 to 8 p.m. every
Sunday.
* , ' O* � , , , '
Sawgrass, 43 PGA Tour Blvd,
Ponte Vedra Beach * 285-3133.
Ralph "E" performs top 40's,
blues, oldies and jazz every
Friday and Saturday 'night;
' " 'O* * * . "
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe; 200
1st Street, Nppturie Beach *


249-2922. The John Thomas
Group with Debra Rider plays
cabaret jazz' from '10 a.m. to 1
p.m. Sunday.,- . , ArT
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SSpare Time T'avern and
Grille. -1728 '3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 246-8360.
Eric Wink performs Tuesdays.
Yankee Slickers are in every.
Thursday. Reggae with Delions
of Jah .every Friday. The
Hopeless appears Saturday.
The Jim Essery Band performs
Sunday. -
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Sun Dog Tavern, 207
Atlantic Blvd,' Neptune Beach
* 241-8221. Chuck Nash and
the Zen Twins rotate every)
Wednesday. Chroma appears
on the first Thursday of every
month.
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Tra Vini Italian Restaurant,
2'16 Ponte Vedra Park Drive,
Pont& Vedra Beach Beach *
273-2442. Tony Saladino per-
'forms jazz piano and standards
Thursday through Saturday.
- , *. . ' ' '
' Tree Steakhouse, 725-6'
Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach *.
241-5600. Mary Ann Hawkins
is in Wednesdays. Mike
Shackelford performs Friday.
Kenhe is in from Saturday.
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"This is the first time we've
played live since the CD,"
Jarrett said. "It's an eclectic
crowd. You've got to play an
eclectic mix."
It's also a first for Hurley,
who contributed keys on three
of the CD's 10 songs. He will
join the band on stage for the
first time.
Putting together enough
material was never a problem
during the music making
process. Deciding which songs.
would make the cut proved to
be much more difficult.
"It's hard when you start
doing a CD to decide what to
put on it," Jarrett said. "We
actually axed about three
songs that we had already
recorded because they just
didn't fit with the whole feel
of that record. ,
The final product, "Ready to
Fly," produced on Jarrett's
own Run to the Sun label, cre-
ates a positive vibe that Jarrett
feels is missing.in music today.
"It's got a good groove to it,
every song feels like it cap-
'tures a groove. It's a fresh ,
sound," Jarrett said, carefully


avoiding the pigeon hole that
often befalls some bands when
they too quickly categorize'
themselves as one genre or
another.
"I guess a lot of artists have
a hard time saying 'I'm this'
because all of the artists I
know have all had so many ,
influences that it's hard to say
with any sincerity oh, I'm'
this.' "
A "songwriter from way
back," Jarrett grew up up play-
ing classic rock like Clapton,
the Allman Brothers and "all
,the hometown guys like
Lynryrd Skynyrd."
"People from 15 to 70 like
classic rock," he said, noting'
that the band will also add
some Rolling Stones, Beatles
and Clapton covers to the set
list of original music.
"Stuff that people will recog-
nize and say 'I know that
song.' "
With Lucky Stiff,' the classic
rock standards are fused with
different flavors that together
comprise a pop rock sound
that is, at once, family friend-
ly and radio worthy.
"We've got a couple of


songs that are hard rock but
for the most its pop rock," he
said. '
Unlike some bands that feed
off the local club scene, Jarrett
said Lucky Stiff has no interest
in playing some smoky bar til
2 a.m.
.'"It's not that appealing to us
to close down bars anymore.
We used to say we get paid to
move equipment. We play for
free," he said:
"It's sad but true that at our
age, the song writing is the
thing drives us as musicians
because we've played every-
where from Daytona and
Savannah."
Jarrett said Lucky Stiff is
"going the festival route" and
are hoping to book a slot for
Dancin' in the Streets and
some of the other spring festi-
vals.
In time, the band also hopes
to reach more listeners on
'internet sites like ITunes and
CD Baby. For now, Jarrett is
hoping to apply some of the
song writing tricks of the trade
he picked up during a recent
music industry conference in
Park City,' Utah.


The conference was limited
to,200 unsigned songwi iters
who for three days met with
record executives and seven of
the industry's top producing
songwriters, who sat in a row
and each played one of their
mega hits.
"You just recognized every
song they played," Jarrett said.
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Cloud 9, at Selva
Marina Country
Club. The cost is
�.$35. For informa-
tion, call Rhona
Robinson at 280-
5467 or contact
Steve Fouraker at
249-2105 or
fouraker@beach-
esleader.com.


J 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
r d .. /0 Road, Atlantic
S. each. The sug-
gested donation
i.s $10; take-out
orders are wel-
S . come. Call 246-
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mation.

Playhouse by
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Jacksonville

Rotary Club
presents an
Island-style
Casino Night
'from 7 p.m.
,to 10' p.m.
on the
PhotobyCHUCKADAMS Veranda at
One of the creatures scaring visitors in the Hall of the Sea
Terror Haunted House, open this weekend and Turtle Inn
also Oct. 26-31 at Adventure Landing. to benefit
T h e
Friday, Oct. 20 Playground
40th reunion: Fletcher by the Sea on the campus of
High School's Class of 1966's Neptune. Beach Elementary.
40th reunion gets underway School. The cost is 50 per
with heavy fors d'oeuvres at person. The U.S. Navy,
7 p.m. at The Homestead Builders Care and City of
Restaurant on Beach Jacksonville are helping build
Boulevard. The cost is $15. Phase 2 of the playground,
S Activities continue at 10:30 scheduled to be completed
a.m. Saturday with a progres- next summer. For more infor-
sive bike ride, followed at 7 mation, call Norm Reimer at
p.m. by the reunion party, 904-246-6044 or Don Dymer
at 904-241-1821.


Jacksonville Singles Dar
Club: The Jacksonville Sing
Dance Club meets from 8.p.
to 11 p.m. at the Knights
Columbus Hall, 15
Hendricks Ave., Jacksonvil
Admission is $8, $7 for me
bers. For information, call 77
1234 or em
jaxsinglesdc@aol.com.

Recovery, Inc.: Recove
SInc., a mental health supp
group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at
Paul's Catholic Churc
Family Life Center, 578 1st A
: N., Jacksonville Beach. C
247-3299 for information.

,Senior tennis: Tennis
seniors is being offered fron
a.m. to 11 a.m. at Huguer
Tennis Center in Jacksonv%
Beach. For information, c
Moe at 247-6221.
A senior men's doubles te
rnis, "C" level league also pL
through April at Huguer
Tennis Center on Friday mo
: ings. The league has home,a
away matches. Call Bob Tot
at 247-1865 for information.

Saturday
Adopt-A-Rescued-Kit)
Kittens and cats that have be
veterinarian-checked and. t
ed, and that have shots a
been neutered, are available
"adoption from 10 a.m. to
p.m. at PetCo at Atlantic a
Kernan boulevards.

Parliamentarians: The Fi
Coast Parliamentarians me
the fourth Saturday of t
month from 10:15 a.m.
12:15 p.m., September throu
May, at the Ponte Vedra Bea
Branch Library, 101 Librn
Road. The December and M1
meetings are luncheon s
sions. Visitors are welcon
Call 744-9074 or 223-1314
information, * or : e-mr
SherrvCaip@aol.com..


Ponte Vedra writers: The
Florida Writers Association
Ponte Vedra Writers Group
meets at 10 a.m. the fourth
Saturday of each month at the
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Library. Call Vic DiGenti at
285-2258 for information.

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

Monday
Harmony Show Chorus:
The Jacksonville Harmony
Show Chorus meets from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m. at the San Jose
Church of Christ, 6233 San
Jose Blvd., Jacksonville. Visitors
and prospective members are
welcome. Call 350-1609 for
information.

NAIC: The local NAIC
Investment Club meets at 7
pm, the fourth Monday of
each month at the Beaches
Library. Visitors are welcome.
Call Dick at 476-4260 for infor-
mation.

Tuesday
Beaches Arts Center: A
beginner watercolor class is.
offered from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
and watercolor for all levels is
offered in the evening, as well
as Wednesday and Thursday
mornings. Figure drawing
classes are held from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. The Beaches Arts Center
is at 228 3rd Ave. N.,
,Jacksonville Beach. For infor-
mation, call.241-3515.

Foundation Academy: The
Foundation Academy, 107 3rd
St. S., Jacksonville Beach, has
an open house from 9 a.m. to
,11:30 a.m. Call 241-3515 for
information.

L.T.N.: The Long Time
Newcombers Club of the
Beaches meets the fourth
Tuesday of each month at Selva
Marina Country Club in
Atlantic Beach. Social hour
starts at 11 a.m., followed by a
short meeting. Guest speaker
for Oct. 24 is Marilyn
Tomlinson, an Elderhostel


Teen knitting clinic: A
Teen Knitting Clinic starts 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 seminar will
be hosted by adoptive parent
and family mentor Deborah
Lee. Respond to
tampa.cai@verizon.net or call
813-269-4646.

Craft and bake: The annu-
al 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. St.
Andrews' Lighthouse, a hos-
pital hospitality house, will
hold a yard sale the same day
at the church.

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.

Young women at Y: A day
devoted to young women,
ages 11-16, will be offered
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
Winston Family YMCA in
Ponte Vedra Beach. Teens can
participate in a program that
provides structure, fun, edu-
cation and self-exploring. The
cost is $30 for YMCA mem-
bers, $40 for program partici-
pants. Register at any First
Coast YMCA. For informa-
tion, call Kristen Bardes at
543-9622.

Sunday, Oct. 22
Christian meditation:
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Florida, who will talk about
reasonably priced trips for sen-
iors. For information or to join,
call 270-1741.

Railroad Club: The Beaches
Area Model Railroad Club
meets at 7 p.m. and also Friday
at 941 4th St. N., Jacksonville
Beach, behind Sportsmania.
The dub is open to anyone
interested in scale model rail-
roading. For information, call
Dave Henk at 641-8800 or
Richard Paul at 223-5133.

Rollaways: Rollaways Square'
Dance Club leads modem west-
ern square dancing and offers
lessons at Sandalwood High
School. The dance caller is Ken
Miller. For more information,
call 249-3224.

Senior Center: The Palm
Valley Senior Center, 148 Canal
Blvd., is open from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. and also on Thursday.
Lunch is served at noon. Call.
280-3233 for lunch reserva-
tions or for information on
activities. For transportation to
lunch, call 280-3753 between
,7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Senior workshop: Edward
Jones, 13171 Atlantic Blvd.,,
Suite 300, Jacksonville, offers a
free senior workshop at 10 a.m.
Son'a variety of topics, includ-


11th Step Practice, "A Sense of
Belonging," will be led by
Sister Elizabeth Hillmann
from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Marywood Retreat Center.
There is no charge for admis-
sion. For information, call 1-
888-287-2539 or 904-249-
2639.

Wednesday, Oct. 25
Daughters of
Confederacy: The United
Daughters of the
Confederacy, Mattie T. Wright
Chapter, meets at 11 a.m. at
Selva Marina Country Club,
1600 Selva Marina Dr.,
Atlantic Beach. The speaker
will be Holly Beasley. Visitors
are welcome. Call 223-1413
for information.

Thursday, Oct. 26
Rose propagation: A class
on propagating roses is
offered from 10 a.m. to 12
p.m. at the St. Johns County
Agricultural Center. A $5 fee
is payable at the door, and
participants must pre-register
by calling 209-0430.

Friday, Oct. 27
Cradle Creek: Jacksonville
Beach celebrates completion
of its newest park, Cradle
Creek Preserve, at 11 a.m. The
park is a 43.3-acre natural
preserve situated between the
Plantation Oaks and
Marshside subdivisions and
the Intracoastal Waterway.
The park entrance and park-
ing lot is at the corner of 15th
Street South and Fairway
Lane. The public is invited to
attend the dedication ceremo-
ny.

Nothing but sweets:
Persephone Healing Arts
Center of Jacksonville Beach
holds an all-organic cooking
class from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. The class will focus on
how to include fruit in
favorite desserts. Different
ways of sweetening also will
be demonstrated. Call 246-


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ning, wealth transfers, IRAs,
annuities and life insurance.
Reservations are required. Call
221-8501.

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

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

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

Poker tournament: A poker
tournament is scheduled from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center.
Tables, cards, chips, refresh-
ments and snacks are provided.
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the Mayport USO Center to
all active duty, reserves and
their families. The USO
Center of Mayport is at 2560
Maypo[t Road, Atlantic
Beach. The first 100 people
will be served.

Saturday, Oct. 28
Arts and crafts: FCCJ-
Deerwood Center holds an
arts and crafts fair from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at Deerwood Center,
9911 Old Baymeadows Road.
The event is a fundraiser for
United Community Charities
Campaign. For information,
call Lorna Pryor at 997-2717.

Parliamentarians: First
Coast Parliamentarians meets
at 10:15 a.m. at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Branch Library,
101 Library Road.
Parliamentary study ques-
tions will be conducted by
Carl Bloesing. Visitors are
welcome. For information, e-
mail sherrycaip@aol.com 'or
call 744-9074.

Prepare for emergencies:
The American Red Cross
offers a course on Adult,
Infant and Child CPR and
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Holiday program:
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Festive" is one of three holi-
day programs being presented
by the Universitv of Florida
Cooperative Extension Family
and Consumer Services
Program and the Master Food
and Nutrition Education
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ing the Extension Office at
387-8855.

Friday, Nov. 3
Precious Objects: The
Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach's fall exhibition',
Precious Objects, opens Nov.
3 and runs through Dec. 20.
The Cultural Center galleries
are free and open to the Oub-
lic from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
The opening reception for
Precious Objects, also free
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,pee Cee Hayes (stlncg). Mark V,... arse a scene from the upcoming
.production of "Painting Churches." the aFeyer&Sly he-.Sea,1106 6th'St. Ni,
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets are $15.00 and $10.00 student & seniors. Call 249-2022.


Music in Courtyard
Deblois takes the stage in
the Courtvard at 200 First
Street in Neptune Beach
tonight and comes back
tomorrow evening, courtesy of
Shelby's. - Music in: 'the
Courtyard plays every Friday
from 7 p.m.. to 10 p.m.
through the end .of October.
It's a free evyet open to the
public. Shoofly,,a homegrown
beaches band, wraps things up
Oct. 27. For information about
Music in the Courtyard, call
249-2922.


Octoberfest at WGV
The fifth annual Octobeffest
at World Golf Village will be
held from, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
tomorrow. October fest offers
family' fun, a Bavarian band
and dancers, brats and burgers,
and a European Car: and
Motorcycle Show. The Worldr
Golf Village event is free 'to
spectators, and comes with
free parking. For information,
go to wwwv.nefl211.org/okto-
berfest.

Book reading
Local author NMargee Howe
Bugbee will be at The.
Bookmark in Atlantic Beach at


7 p.m. Oct. 21 to read from.
and sign copies of her award-
winning mystery "Bevond the
Road," which' won the 2006
Mavhaven Award foi Fiction.,
Bugbee is founder of Florida
Sisters in Crime.
For information, call Rona
Brinlee at The Bookmark, 241-
9026.

Pickering next up
at UNF
. Tom Pickering, former
Deputy Secretary of State and
. former ambassador to El
Salvador, India, Jordan,
Nigeria and Russia, speaks at
7:30 p.m. Oct. 24 in UNF's


University Center on "Iran,-
Iraq and the U.S.: High Stakes
Relationships." Pickering's lec-
ture is co-hosted by the World
Affairs Council of
Jacksonville's Global Issues
Forum.
All UNF lectures are free and
open to the public. However,
tickets are required an'd can be
ordered online at
www.unf.edu. Click on the Fall
2006 Lectures Link.

Global Issues
Ambassador Dennis Ross,
U.S. Envoy to the Middle East
from 1988-2000 and author of
"The Missing Peace," speaks
about "The Middle East &
Prospects for Peace" at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 25 at UNF's
University Center. Ross' lec-
ture is on the World Affairs
Council of Jacksonville Global
Issues Forum's 2005-2006
Calendar of Events.

Air Show
The 2006 NAS jacksonville
Air Show, to be held Oct. 27-
29, will honor the birth of the
Blue Angels at NAS
Jacksonville 60 years ago. Both
the show and parking are free.
Gates to NAS Jacksonville
open at 9 a.m. each day. Flying
feats begin at 10 a.m., with the
Blue Angels performing at 2:15
p.m. The parking area on the
flight line will close promptly
at 2 p.m.
Security restrictions used
during the 2004 air show will
be in place again. Everyone
entering the show will do so at
the pedestrian gate east of the
flight line parking lots. All
vehicles will be inspected
upon entry to the Naval Air
Station.
For information about the"
NAS Jacksonville Air Show,
visit www.nasjaxairshow.com
or www.nasjax.navy.mil and
click on "Air Show."

Troubled nation
"Invisible Children and
Endangered Motherhood:
Uganda and Beyond" will be
presented from :1 p.m. to 5
p.m. Oct. 28 at the,
lacksonville Public Library,
303 N. Laura St.
The event includes the film
-"Iny)ih lre Chldre ..4"'yAas ,a
a Model U.N. demonstration
and round-table discussions.
For information, call Lee
McClure at 904-245-3872 or G.
Feuer at 904-743-1087.

Stargazing
First quarter moon, stargaz-
ing will be held from 8 p.m. to
10 p.m. Oct. 28 at Hanna Park,
Lot 8, 500 Wonderwood Dr.
Both beginners and experts are
invited to join the Northeast
Florida Astronomical Society
and their telescopes for an
exploration of the night sky.
The program may be cancelled
if skies are cloudy.
Visit www.nefas.org for
more information.


Nature walk
Join the Friends of -GTM
Reserve and birding experts
Linda and Jerry Harrison Oct.
28 and Nov. 11 for a "Birds,
Botany and Breakfast" nature
walk. The walks will begin at 8
a.m. at the Guana River 'Dam
trailhead parking lot, located
off A1A at Guana River Road,
and take about two hours.
They will be followed by cof-,
fee, orange juice and donuts.
The cost is $10 per person
for the guided walk and conti-
nental breakfast, $5 for Friends
of GTMNERR members.
Reservations can be made by
calling the GTM Reserve at
904-823-4500; space is limited.
, Acoustic Night
The next Atlantic Beach
Acoustic Night will be held
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 29
at Bull Memorial Park, at the
corner of Ocean Boulevard and
7th Street, in Atlantic Beach..
The event, which is free, is
held indoors at the Adele
Grage Cultural Arts Center if it-
rains.
Acoustic Nights and Song
Writer's Nights are hosted by
the Atlantic Beach Cultural
Arts and Recreation Advisory
Committee.

Dogs in spotlight
Dogs will be on parade -
and howling away - Oct. 29
at Paws Park at Wingate Park
in Jacksonville Beach and at
Dog Wood Park on Salisbury
Road South in Jacksonville.
The second annual Howling
Halloween Costume Contest &
Paws Park Fundraiser will be
held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at
Paws Park. Volunteers will host
the event to raise money for
maintenance and improve-
ments to the dog park.
Entry fee for participation in
the contest will be a $5 dona-
tion to the dog park. Pet
Rescue North will have dogs
available for adoption.
For information, email
info@pawsparkiaxbeach.com,
call 513-9240 or visit the Paws
Park web site at
www.pawsparkjaxbeach.com.
At Dog Wood Park, the sec-
ond annual Husky Howl will
rf. llAldspfrgrm",3. P.m.,,to 6
p.m. Admission is free, and
any and all Siberian huskies:- '
and their owners - are invit-
ed. The event is presented by
volunteers and friends of
Siberian Husky Rescue of
Florida, Inc.
For information, callJon or
Tracy Kaetzel at 904-759-4506.
'All proceeds and donations
will benefit the not-for-profit
rescue organization.

Hall of Fame inductions
Comedian George Lopez will
host the 2006 World Golf Hall,
of Fame Induction Ceremony,
which takes place at 6 p.m.
Oct. 30 at the Hall of Fame at
World Golf Village in St.
Augustine. The ceremony is


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alloween appenings

Pumpkin Sales: "Spooktacula)' haunted to 10 p.m. at the da. A covered dish is as well as bicycle regis- Halloween Party from 2
The Pumpkin Patch at house in ;-St. Johns Sawgrass -Marriott. The obligatory, but costumes tration. Costumes are p.m. to 4 pmn. Call 246-
Lord of Life Lutheran County. It can be found cost is $100 per person. are optional. A prize will optional. For informa- 6855 for information.
SChurch vill be oen i For tickets and informa- be awarded, for Test cos- tion, call Sgt. Thomas
: from 2 p.m to dusk at the Prime 1 Outlet tion call Diana at 535- tume. Call 270-1688 for Bingham at 247-6193 or Oct. 29: Christ
SMondays through Mall, StaL-gute 16 east 0789. information or to make Sylvia Osewalt at 249- United Methodist Youth
Fridays' from 9 a.m. to of 1-95,10t'burs will be reservations; T650. presents their third
dusk Saturdavs and from 5 p.nm to 0 p.m. all Oct. 21: Christ ' ." annual Harvest Time
S10 a.m. to dusk on .sven nights. AdpSsion. United Methodist Oct. 2 he Beaches Oct. 29: The Ladies "Wing Ding Doodle
SSundays. O. dkerdg A Chusch will have a Fall Town (g* Halloween Auxiliary of Fleet with Sauce and Noodles
There w:illi s $4 per person, with Festivalr at their Costi e Contest and Reserve Association Unit Fun Raising Revue" at 5
activities and for family discounts avail- Pumpkin Patch from 10 Pale, a free family 290 hosts a Children's p.m. There s also a $5-a-
sale. The church' tocat- able. Proceeds go to the a.m. to 2 p.m. event for children of all plate spaghetti dinner.
ed at 276 N. Roscoe St. Johns County Pumpkins, games tood, ages, will be held from 3 The church is located at
Blvd. in Ponte Vedra Sheriff's Office's PAL and and Christmas treasures p.m. to 5 p.m. 400 Penman Road. For
Beach. Call 285-5347 for ACE programs will be for sale. The Registration starts at 3 information, call 249-
information. ACE programs. church is located atL400 p.m. in the Courtyard at , 5370.
Oct. 21: T Penman Road..,, in 00 First Street in
Oct. 20-22 and Halloween Bash will be Neptune Beach. - For Neptune Beach, where Oc ist.Baptist
Oct. w2-l. ? n H The 3swe ashwil be information, call 249- the costume parade .Jacksonville
Oct. 26-31: The 31st held from 5 p.m. to 8 5370. begins.Trick or treating dc ies all fam-
annual Hall of Terrd p.m. at the Catty Shack in participating stores in Hallelujah
Haunted House, created anch Wildlife Oct. 25: First Beaches town Center is iPenival, a 6 p.m. "
bv the acksonville Sanctuary, 1860 Starratt Christian Church of the allowed.For informa- to p m. alternative to
ceess onRoad, forniacksonille. A Beaches will have a tion, caU 249-2922 or Halloween. All children
Jaycees, is open for nine $10 donation to he Hallelu j ah visit www.beachestown- are encouraged to wear
more dahs at Adventure with the care and feelT H a I I e I u j a h visitwww.beachestown- are encouraged to. wear
more days at Adventure with the care and tee - Hoedown from center.com. non-scary costumes. For
Landing in Jacksonville in9 of big cats provides 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. information, call the
Beach. There's a free, a mission; chidren 7 Children should church office at 249-
not-so-scarV IalloWEE and under are free. come in costume for fall 2314. The church is
not-so-scary Tigers, lions and cougars activities and refresh- located at 324 Fifth
Zone for kids 8 and can be seen close up and ments on the church's Oct. 28: Street N.
under, and their parents, safely. For information, oceanfront lawn. The alloween Street N.
too. Admission to the call 904-757-3603 or church is at 2125 nandsafety
Hall of Terror is $9 per .v i s 1 t Oceanfront in Neptune onsored by
person, or $12 for a com- ww.cattyshack.org. Beach. For information, e Jacksonville
bination pass that Oct. 21: The Beaches call 246-2010. Beach Police and
includes one Adventure Exchange Club's first Oct. 27: The is offered from 6
Landing activity. Masquerade Mayhem Neptune Beach Senior p.m. to 8p.m. in the
Ball, an evening tobene- Acfivity Center, 2007 Sunshine Park at South
Oct. 20-22 ' d fit First Coast Famil"' Forest Avenue, will host Beach Park Osceola
Oct. 27-31: The s enter and the Beaches a Halloween Party from and South Beach -
annual "Horror Eergency Assistance 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.'Special Parkway. There will be
ai to e Ministries" (B.E.A.lMp.m, entertainment and fingerprinting and pho-
claims to be the n ost will be held from 7 p.m. dancing are on the agen- tographing of children,


free and open to the public.
The class of 2006 includes
Larry Nelson, Marilynn Smith,
Vijay Singh and the late Mark,
McCormack and Henry Picard.
A 60-minute TV show will be
post-produced to air on The
'Golf Channel Thanksgiving
evening.
For more information on the
ceremony or the World Golf
Hall of Fame, call 904-940-
4123 or visit www.wgv.com.

Ethics of Identity
The University of North
Florida's fall schedule of lectur-
ers continues at 7:30 p.m. Oct.
30 with Kwame Appiah, who
speaks about "The Ethics of:
Identity" in the Fine Arts
Center Lazzara Performance
Hall.
Appiah is a scholar of
African and African-American
studies. His book, "In My
Father's House," became an
instant classic. His lecture is
part of the Distinguished
Voices Inquiry and Insight
Lecture Series.
All lectures are free and open
to the public. However, tickets
are required and may be
ordered online at
www.unf.edu.

First Wednesday
Nov. 1 will be Jacksonville's
First Wednesday Art Walk's
third birthday. The First
Wednesday Art Walk is a free,
self-guided tour of downtown
galleries and museums, as well
as cultural and educational
venues, on the first Wednesday
of every month, rain or shine.
The event features original
work from local, regional,
national and. international
,artists at more than 20 down-
town venues. Plus those who
take the tour can enjoy live
music and special features.
Free metered parking is
available after 6 p.m. Umbrella
escorts are provided by
Downtown Ambassadors. For
information, call 904-634-
0303, ext. 230.

UNF Fall Seminar
Next up in the
Environmental Center at the
University of North Florida's
fall seminar series, which are
free and open:-to the public, is
Michael Coffey, senior scientist
at the National Center for
Atmospheric Research in
Boulder, Colo. Coffey will talk
about "The Vehicle
Contribution to Global
Change" at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 1
in the Brooks College of
Health, Building 39, Room
1001. He will discuss air quali-
ty and impacts to warming and
pollution.

Operatic presentation
Opera performances will be
given at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2-3 in
the Jacksonville University
Fine Arts Hall. The two
evenings will, as billed,
"Celebrate the spirit of the
Voice with a mixture of styles."







The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader October 20, 2006


Animre


Teen fans drawn to library program


by JENNIFER KNOECHEL ,
STAFF WRITER
' More than 30 teenagers were
excited to be at the Beaches
Branch Library last Saturday
for the monthly "anime" club
meeting. "Anime" is short for
animation and refers to
Japanese animation. The
teens meet one Saturday a
month to watch anime, do
anime artwork and discuss
their favorite shows.
"It's difficult to program for
teenagers because there is too
much for them to do in a
beach community," said teen
librarian Katherine Dave.
"Btt this anime is big."
Sarah McElroy, 13, of
Jacksonville Beach said she
first started watching anime
shows like Pokemon and Yu-
Gi-oh! when she was just a
kid and didn't even realize
that the programs were
Japanese animation. Now she
reads "manga" or Japanese
books often adapted into
anime, and said she hopes to
be an anime artist when she
grows up.
"A lot of anime have really
good story lines," said
McElroy who is studying visu-
al arts at LaVilla School of the
Arts in Jacksonville. "It's not
like regular cartoons that are
just funny or stupid. It's more
dramatic and serious. More
for older kids."
Daye said the club started
in 2004 and is open to ages
13-18. She attributes the A
club's success to volunteer d
"Gerald" who declined to give s
his last name. M
"Anime is like reading a
good book animated before
- our eyes," said Gerald who
S first started watching anime
: in 1975. "1 wanted to be a part
of the program here but they IV
don't have a club for adults. I a
can be a part of it if I volun- S
teer so I came up with a lot of 1


,nime artists Kyo Padgett, from left, Madison Lee Leight, and Katie Namiko Kitchin display their
rawings Saturday during the anime meeting at Beaches Branch Library. The students were cho-
en as finalists in an anime drawing contest. Padgett, 12, attends Providence; Leight, 12, attends
layport Middle; and Kitchin, 13, attends Beaches Chapel.


the contests and things."
According , to
Vikipedia.com, the first
nime featured in the United
states was "Astro Boy" in.
960s. The "Speed Racer" TV


series in the 1960s was the
fist large-scale exposure to
anime in the U.S. The series
was dubbed into English and
syndicated nationally on tele-
vision and for nearly 20 years


"Speed Racer" ran in the after-
noons five days a week. Speed
later made a comeback on
MTV in the 90s and ran for
almost five years on the
Cartoon Network.


C OMPUT ER GURU


,Now anime shows are fea-
tured regularly on Cartoon,
Network, G4 and the'
Independent Movie channel
and can be found in most'
local' libraries 'and book
stores. . .. . ,' . "
There are hundreds of web-.
sites to download everything
from ringtones for cell
phones to feature films. There
are even anime video games
like "Kingdom of' Hearts," a
favorite among the teens in
the club.


Solution:


Sudoku

puzzle,

below


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"It's something different to
get into," said Sean McElroy,
13, who attends Fletcher
Middle.
'A lot of people are into the
art, but I can't even draw. I
just like watching it." , h
, The next meeting is sched-
uled for Dec. 9 at 2:30 p.m.
A costume contest and gift
exchange is planned. For
more information call the
library at 241-1141.


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The object of the game is to fill all the
blank squares with the correct numbers.

Each row of 9 numbers must include all
digits 1 through 9 in any order.
Each column of 9 numbers must include
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by ZANE BINDER
CONTRIBUTOR
Though in January,
Windows XP will be eclipsed
by Windows Vista, the latest
Operating system from
Microsoft, under no circum-
stances should Guru readers
run out and buy it. It'll offer
increased functionality and
new frills, but none of its
� advantages overshadow the
fact its gigantic collection of
complimentary programs will
have bugs. For at least a year
following release, Guru readers
should remain on the side-
lines. Vista requires more com-
puting power, more hard drive
space and more of everything
else. Here, you may run into a
major problem. Your newly
upgraded personal confuser'
may refuse to work!
Before you tear your hair
out, be assured there's a simple
solution. It's tied to the oft crit-
icized Microsoft Product


Activation Anti-Piracy initia-
tive. To cut losses from intel-
lectual property bandits, the"
Redmond, Wash., giant
requires all its operating sys-
tems (and many other prod-
ucts) to have a 25-digit authen-:
tication code.
After years of use, you've
probably stashed the code
SOMEWHERE, but where?
In addition, numerous folks
weren't even given this critical
string of numbers and letters,,
when the computer was pur-,
chased. This saved the vendor
more than a few bucks as hack-,
er workarounds can allow a
single copy of XP to work on
numerous computers. Worse
still, the key is 'tied to a pro-
gram that inspected and
remembers your machine's
original hardware configura-
tion. Td'o many hardware
changes - such as the addition
of a hard drive, an upgraded
DVD player, a new videoboard,


etc.- may shutter your system.
You're forced.to call Microsoft
and convince the rep at' the
line's opposite: end you're not.
Al Capone or a dreaded soft-
ware pirate. If the rep's having
a good day, he'll give, you a
new code, and all will be right-
with the world (for technical
reasons, you allegedly can't
share the nriew code with
friends)... ,
Avoid such hassles by down-
loading Keyfinder from
http://www.magicallellybean.c
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Keyfinder will dredge up your-
activation key and decrypt it.'
You MUST do this priorto your
computer locking! Otherwise,
you'll be on long distance hold-
with Microsoft for eternity!
STHE ATOMS/ADDAMS FAM-.
ILY - Just in time for
Halloween, the Museum of
Science in Miami is offering
free long distance knowledge
taught by TV's ghoulish


Addams, Family. At
http:///www.miamisci.org/af/s
In you'll discover fascinating
insights in layman's language
about molecules, atoms and
other inhabitants of the micro-,
scopic world. Visit "
Frankenstein's Lightning
Library, The Mummy's Tomb,
Dracula's Library, Phantom's
Portrait Parlor and numerous
other curious places. Each
character offers a plethora of
educational games covering
electricity, conservation,
potential and kinetic energy
plus lots more. Don't be put off
by the, fact the site's written
with kids in mind. There's
'information here you were
taught in school but probably
slept through! It's long been
known that making learning
:fun aids retention! -
Binder is a writer for DBR
Media syndicate. and may be
reached at Opossum@ix.net-
com.com


ACROSS
1 Offer
S4 Beverage container
8 Astonishment
11 So's followers
15 Bail out water
16 Prefix for space or
dynamics
17 Above Gladys?
19 "In a flash" and
"Up a tree"?
22 Liberators
23 Blunder
24 Pen sound
'25 Bleachers
27 St. Anthony's home
28 Reluctant
30 TV's Samms and others
33 Second word in the Bible
35 Toward shelter
36 Studying the crucifix?,
42 2nd apple eater
44 Different
45 Charms
47 Decent
50 Prefix for like or prove,
52 Abby's sis
54 Shriver
55 Metric units
.57 Use a shuttle
60 Color
61 Insist on
62 "That's _!"; hit song
for Dean
63 Death ,
65 For
67 Diagram
68 Single bedside table?
72 Refrain syllable . ,
75 Business letter abbr.


76 Drops applicator
77 Coffee sweetener ' ,
79 Country music TV show
84 Suffix for cloth or cash
86 _ Tin Tin
87 Donald & family
88 Wheel supports
.89 Alphabetic trio
90 Place for a ring
92 This: Sp.
93 Aspic ingredient
95 67 Across, reduced
100 Shirt label info
102 Correspondence from
DC?
105 _ Slaughter
108 Prefix for gram or center
109 Crony
110 Solution
112 Is too inquisitive
117 Blue fellow
119 "The Persistence of
Memory" artist
121. Late Sparks
122 Easy-to-reach bonnets?
124 Mulcahy, Flanagan,
Damien and Time?
128 Auto competitions
129 Sentry's shout
130 _ d'oeuvres
131 Not addled
132 Store: abbr.
133 Predatory birds
' 134 Peter and Paul: abbr.
DOWN
1 Trash container
2 _ Lupino
3 Ousted
4 Deserve
5 Flimsier


,P' ' So#unds rigli

6 Pauser's syllables' 64 Reserved
7 Caviar source 66 Criticize
,8 ' disaster; take , , 69 Original
saving measures ' 70 School subj .
9 Swansea residents 71
10 Poet's word Wienerschnitzel
11 Actress Bonet 72 Indigestion
12 Mature remedy
13 Traffic sign word 73 Engrossed
14 "_ Wonderful Life" 74 Besides
15 Caterpillar 78 Part'of. the
17 Vein contents . Big Apple
18 Rest - 79 Crone
19 Word with cock or nut 80 Type of sec.
20 Scurry ', 81 __
21 Hidden supply Fitzgerald
26 Words of understanding 82 Mound
29 Primer , 83 City in Italy
31 Udder-bearer's utterance 85 Late
32 N. Mex.'s time zone Jannings
34 German article 87 Numerical
36 Early 10th-century year .'prefix
37 Radiologist's picture 89 Hobo's item
38 New parents'choice 91 Beast of,
39 Muslim prayer leader burden
40 Screenwriter Ephron 94 Resident:
41 Companion of "bear it" suf.
43 Commercials 96 State: abbr.
46 Dejected 97 Matter
47 Bivalve 98 Timetable
48 Capital city abbr.
49 Preposition 99 Kennedy,
51 Drawing gdide for one
53 Planet 101 Peaks
56 Old Olds 103 Marine
58 Nice friend . mollusk
59 Feline . 104 Singer'
60 Discourage Bobby
61Juan, for one 106 Landlords
63 Lair 107 Prophets


Crossword puzzle answers are located in the Classified section


110 Chicken _ king lunch: abbr.
111 Hwys. , 123 Machine wheel.
112 Advanced degs. 125 Exclamation
113 _ avis 126 Crude
114 _ instant; rapidly 127 Popular
115 Border
116 Man's title
118 Ship letters
120 Periods following


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This to-die-for closet is a glorious example of an organized space with its generous amount of shelves, drawer space, and hanging
rods. But don't despair; this kind of organization can be recreated with inexpensive shelving and a little elbow grease if custom
closet cabinetry isn't in the budget.




Around the Home




Clutter Or Disorganization?


Last week I wrote about
clutter. This week, I want to
* talk about clutter versus disor- .
..ganization because what often
looks like clutter is just stuff '
that has no place to "live."
Now that you've worked to ',, .
eliminate as much clutter as. '
possible, it's time to get organ-
izedJfgS-iWiZtiU in.sg c Stfuli taum.upsi
form means that. you can-Find .: - ..
something when you need it.
Clutter basics I4-
Let's cover some of the
basics about clutter and disor- KATHRYN WEBER
ganization. Clutter is when HOME COLUMNIST
you have eight spatulas or a
closet full of clothes you find the kind of organizers
haven't worn in years. you need. Is the big mess in
Disorganization is when \ou the kitchen or the bathroom?
can't find what'you're looking Maybe the living room is out
for. Simply organizing your of control.
home with shelving, baskets, You might not be able to
boxes, and other organizers find an important bill that
will often clean up the disar- needs to be paid because you
ray. In fact, by using organiz- don't have a place to put the
ing'items you can often make bills when they come in.
. more room than if you didn't No matter what \our need
use them. is, there are containers of
A good example of this is in every possible size and
the pantry. description that can help you
Organizers help organize your house.
Stacking cans on the shelf Buy all you want
takes up a lot of space and the In fact, if you were to go
cans are hard to see. But, it shopping for organizers, like
y' ou purchased a stair step can simple little stackers to hold
shelf for your pantry, you can your ramner noodles or a bill.
not only get as many - and basket to hang by the back
sometimes more -- cans on the door, I'd tell you to shop with
shelf, \ou would actually be wild abandon.
able to see what you had with- Buy all the organizers you
out taking every can out to try can use and want. You can't
just to find the pinto bearish. be "over-organized" - but
If this sounds like your '. you can be disorganized and
pantry, chances are you biy that's when your home
items that, you already.have appears messy even when you
simply because you can't find just have the normal items,
them. This is how:clutter and you need to run your life:.
disorganization cost you . As you work to organize
money - you end up re-buy- your home, be sure to throw
ing items you already had. . away worn out and unwanted
Frustrating, isn't it? . items as you organize. If you
Instead, put your money have too many bath towels or
into organizers. , plastic containers, thiow out
Look at your challenges to the old, stained ones and put


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the remaining into your
newly-organized space.
Don't just rearrange your
clutter and organize it -
reduce it, too, and then you'll
have items where you can find
them.
, Your goal for decluttering
this week: Go out and pur-
rhase, haL't and rmno7er


Go to your local supercenter
or dollar store - all have
organizers in a variety of
prices.
Buy all the organizers .you
like and that appeal to you


and add them to every room
in the house. TIP: Buy organ-
izers in similar colors and
styles for a single area for a
neater, more organized look.
Next week: Clutter strate-
gies. Learn the steps that keep
the clutter in control and
_Liipinf : eC pr'C nino ri n-er .


hom building up again.
Kathryn IWeber is a home and
decorating columnist. For more
infonnation, go to mwv.kathrmn-
weber.com or email questions to
kathryniweberK'sbcglobal.ntet.


Organization tips by room

Kitchen. Install hooks for utensils, cups or mugs, install
cabinet door baskets, add baskets to the refrigerator and freez-
er for similar items that can be removed to search for items.
Purchase shelving and baskets for the pantry.
Add lid holders to cookware cabinets, utensil crocks to free
up room in the cooking utensil drawer, organizers for draw-
ers, and spice cabinet organizers. Put a basket under the sink
to hold cleaning items. Clear off the tops of all counters.
Bathroom. Purchase baskets for under cabinet organizing
and decorative containers for the top of bathroom counters
to hide items like brushes, blow divers, and bottles.
Add hooks for bathrobes, towels, and.clothes. Throw out
old products that you haven't used in a long time Install a
shower caddy and additional cabinet for storage if storage is
limited.
Bedroom. Clean, out underneath the bed and purchase
under bed storage containers for items like sheets, blankets,
or spreads. Clear the tops of dressers and add organizers to
drawers. Purchase shoe organizers and wile drawers to go in
closets if you need more storage space.
.Add shelving up high for items infrequently used., Clear
out,' old items: and ,clothes as you organize your closet.
Purchase plastic and wooden hangeis and get rid of all wile
hangers.
Living room. Toss old magazines and buy decorative con-
tainers to store new ones. Buya universal remote control so'
that all electronics i D\'D played, videotape player, etc.) can be
operated with only one remote or buy a smallbasket to store
separate remotes.
Buy a chest or ottoman that has storage and can double as
a table or footrest or storage for toys, shoes, or other stray
items.




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Food & LOTS of Baked goodies Available
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* Hand Knits '. -
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St. Andrews Lutheran Church (by-the-Sea)
1801 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach
(Across from the Homestead Restaurant).
For More Information, Call 221-1763
Crafters. Welcome


Special Condo Packages
October 2006-November 2006
5 Piece Queen Bedroom Suite: Dresser, Mirror,
Nightstand, Headboard and Mattress Set
From $1,347 - 5 Styles - 3 Finishes
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1018-2 N.Third St. Open Mon.-Fri. 10-7
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FREE 2007 Toyota Avalon * So. PVB Iot,
90X120; Ocean/Intracoastal views. Beach
access $344,900. 993-3397.
1 ACRE Fernandlna Bch. High and dry,
nearriver. 159K, 759-3103.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH.50'x 00' lot.
5 locKs trom ocean! Includes builders
plans for 2000sf home 1214 900 Ext
ealty AHillates Call Bill 904-874-4948
PV FSBO. 94X125. easti ol 'AlA
$369.000 Seller financing. Call
1904)994-1329


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OCALA NATIONAL Forest L.ots. $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-2215
or (352)236-4579.
www.ocalaforestland.com/2nd
JAX BCH 5 blocks to ocean, corner lot
consider owner financing Owner' Agent
$174.900. 568-4818
1+ ACRE Mountain Lots. Minutes Irom
Hayesvglie. NC Hiawassee River and
Lake Cnaluga Build your home for a life-
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....... MLS 308395 Totally remodeled
home on quiet street with open
floor plan and lots of living
spaces, Lovely end of street
location. Adjoining lot future
option' available to buyer.
$299,999
MLS 289706 Lovely pool home In
south Jax Beach located at the end
of a quiet street. Has newly
remodeled kitchen, floors, Interior . ,
paint and open floor plan. All |
bedrooms have walk In closets.
,Short bike ride to the beach..
$319,900


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FOR SALE
JACKSONVILLE BEACH - VISTA DEL MAR
1/1 Oceanfront Condo - Fully furnished on the 3rd floor facing the
courtyard. Pool and clubhouse on premises. - . $309,000
JACKSONVILLE BEACH - OCEANIA
2/2 Oceanfront Condo - 1346sq' located on the 4th floor. Enjoy the-sunrise
from your 264sq' balcony overlooking the beach and ocean. $699,000
JACKSONVILLE'
1647 Sunnyside Ave. Jacksonville, FL
Perfect opportunity to purchase property near the Intracoastal and within
walking distance of million $ condos. 3 lots with 2/2 750sq' house (sold as is).
$225,000
DAYTONA SHORES - OCEAN VILLAS
New luxury Oceanfront Condo. 2136sq', 2/2.5 plus den. 436sq' deck with
views of the ocean & Intracoastal. $881,100
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Desirable Beach property. Zoned residential/commercial. 1626sq' in
3 buildings - business plus 2 efficiency apartments. Near ocean. $799,000
JACKSONVILLE
1647 Bermuda Road, Jacksonville, FL
2/1 house. 940sq' on .14 acres. Perfect opportunity to purchase property
near the Intracoastal ano within walking distance of million $ condos. $175,000

FOR RENT u
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3/2 house. 1896sq'. Fenced back yard. Lawn maintenance included. $1,600 mth


PQONTE VEDRA - THE FOUNTAINS
2/2 condo, 1260sq' Ground floor. Pool, Tennis Courts.
PONTE VEDRA - GRAND CAY VILLAS
2/2 condo, 3rd floor. Pool, playground, cluDnouse.


$975/mth
$1 ,050/mth


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904-568-1523




"She KnOWS the beaches!"

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 2-4
Views of Lake to Soothe the Soul
Lovingly maintained 2/2 patio home in L'Atrium across from
Sawgrass shops. Volume ceilings, lots of sliders to enhance the
views. lrg screened lanai. New hardiboard ext. A sweet choice, super
value. From JTB, AIA S. to L into L'Atrium to 2452 Lorraine Ct.
$342,000.
OPEN HOUSE SUN. 12-2
Beach-lover's Choice-Neptune
Absolutely adorable classic home only I home off beachfmt.
Capture sunrise & cool breezes w/out the oceanfront maintenance!
Orig. hardwood firs, huge walls of glass inviting sunshine in, big
rooms! A charmer! 3f' St, Nept. to E. on Lora to 446 Lora on Rt.
$849,000.
OPEN HOUSE SUN. 3-5
Low Maintenance Beach Lifestyle
Impeccable S. Jax Bch twnhome. 4 short blks to bch! 2 years '"new"
3BR 2 1/2BA. 10' ceils, designer details, beachy tiled GR/DR/Kit..
Granile/stainless kit. Take 3' St. to 409 12'" Ave. South. $423,000.
REDUCED! Best Schools-E. of A1A
Elegant, spacious 4BR 3.5BA hospitable home in P.V.! Exudes style
& pizzazz, just 3 years new! Inviting GR/DR/Kit ./ vol ceils,
gorgeous tile, stunning M. Suite up, priv.guest suite down. $590,000
Pristine Beach Treasure-1/2 Blk to Ocean!
Enjoy surf & sand lifestyle in hub of A.B. ambiance. .Lovingly
restored 3BR on private lot, tucked'among natural quiet gardens.
Magnificently re-designed GR/DR/kit, sunny & peaceful.l-$795,000
Neptune Classic "Total Re-Creation!"
Gorgeous re-do, A to Z, 4 blks to ocean! Conc. blk. 3BR on over-
sized 72 x 118 lot! Magnificent upgrades: gourmet kit. w/ stainless,
silestone, maple. Sparkling new windows, beachie tile, ideal sep.
office, beautifully landscaped HUGE yard. Perfect retreat!
$459,000.
Incomparable "Ocean's Edge"-Beach Life Just Got Better!
Be in Ist place! Brand new beachside condos just blk to ocean in
"lup" S. lax Bch! Solid blk. construction, tile roofs, luxury granite/
tile finishes, unparalleled amenities-edgeless pool, bus. center, elite
gym. Hear the %a\es! 1.2,3 BR's affordably offered from $295,000.
Oceanwaves Within Walking Distance!
Rustic. 3/2 just 3 blks to ocean on 10"' St A.B. Massive 85' x 135'
lot L/ room for pool. expand or total re-build. Lrg. beachy tile
gameroom, Lwd. floors, eclectic, delightful charm. Stroll to Al's
Pizza! $684,000
REDUCED! S. Jax Bch-Steps to Seashore!
Seller says "I'm ready!" Delight 3BR 3BA easy maintenance stucco
just 4 blks to the dunes, easy stroll to best eateries! 2 sty, all BR's up
to capture the breezes. Wd. & tile floors, Bonus/gameroom for
office or teens. Fenced bkyard butts water'easement. So quiet!
$410,000.
Southside "Deercreek" Executive
Lovely 4BR 3BA plus upstairs Bonus/Gameroom in heart of work,
shopping, 15 min. to bch/downtown. 10' ceils. quality upgrades,
cornan kit, quiet cul-de-sac street. Sellers motivated for quick, easy
closing. Superb value for Deercreek!! 538,900


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571-9821



Wa'IlkI Tof TheTOcean1


Reinforce your love of the ocean
by living within walking distance
in this 2BR/2BA concrete block
bungalow. This floor plan delivers
the best in minimalist living with
everything brand new inside.
Located in Neptune east of Third.
$469,000. Call Kev


in Folson (904) 612-1191 |


4.5BA, with 47-5 SF, views of the ocean. culdesac. lush landscaping, fenced yard,
from.tthe east and ICW the west. Office. sprinkler. open kitchen with breakfast bar,
formal living and dining, e and formal ding, tile and formal dining, designer moldin, master
hardwood floorslool and spa, screened bedroom is down with garden tub, comm.
lanai with hot Cut. and private beach.' pool/tennis. $335,000
$2,e75d0,000 Jax Beach - Updated 4BR, 2BA coquina
Isleof Palms- Former model with 2705 home on an oversized lot (.27 acres jusl
bSF and $71,000 in upgrades on blocks to the beach Wood floors,
navigable water...just bring our boat! fireplace. open kitchen, formal dining,
Family .room with fireplace, formal largegreat room. inside laundry., screened
dining, and delu-xe master suite. Two porch, shed, heot tub with deck. S335.000
screened lanais, deck, balcony, dock w/ Florentine - This 3BR, 2.5BA with loft
boat lift. $889,000 is onyoneyearold andready now! Enjoy
Soutth Hampton - Water to golf views peaceful lake views from your open patio,
cominpliment this 5BR, 4BA executive spacious kitchen with breakfast bar,
home on the 17th green. Chefs kiitehen formal living and dining, oversized
with cherry cabinets, island, corian,.fle, laundry. over S401k in upgrades! $315,000
3 car garage, screened lanaiL, two bonus Pelican-Bay - 3BR, 2_1BA just steps to
rooms, comm. pool. priced $25k below the Intracoastall Enjoy peaceful lake
appraisal $750,000 , views from your screened lanai or
Odoms Mill - Lakefront 5BR, 5BA on- entertain on your open deck. Move'in
culdesac with screened pool/spa, lanai, ready with newer carpet and paint,
bonustoomisperfectt eenagemrereaL in- upgraded kitchen with tile, corian
law suite, wood and tile floors. corian counters. $279.900
counters, formal living and dining, 3 car- Kernan MiNU - If you are looking for a
garage, comm. pooL $679000 true Florida home, look no further! 3BR,
Ocean-Cay - Walk to the beach from 2BA open floorplan with tile throughout,
this upgraded, light and bright -tBR, family room w/fireplace, deck leads to
2.5BAwithloft,formalliving-and dining private backyard with peaceful lake
root, new carpet and paint. tilefloors, views...no backdoor neighbors $269.900
oversized screened lanaiJots of storage,. Windsor Chase - 3BA. 2BR with office,
comm. pool.$ . .. '.:..stucco front, lush landscaping, fenced
Pablo Bay - Why wait td'build? This yard with room for a pool, formal dining,
4BR, 2BA allbrick home is ready Aow!. open kitchen with extra cabinets, full
Bpyr, relaxingeveningsoayour'coaered oirrigan n, in',ide laundry room, tons of
lnai 'overlooking the peaceful lake. shelving, storage, comm. pooL $249.900
Upgrade include tile, 4 inch cabinets, . Kensigton - Adorable 3BR, 2BA patio
o en Icircheri with island, conian. home is perfect for first time buyer or
$480,000 . someone looking to downsize. Move in
LaurelSprings- 4BR, 2BA pol home jdywith new cariet, paint, open kitchen
on beautiful lakefTotil 1612 Upgradedtile,- with all appliances, open deck, private
covered tanai overlooks screened pool yard, comm. pool/lennis. $204.900
split bedroom plan, fireplace. 0py
entertaining in your spacious pool area,
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qpst. .an ' . Qutstading-2BR/2BA Garden Home w,/' love ' golf
course views, exquisite Spanish tile, raised DR, soaring
.-ceilingFP Private yard w/lush landscaping & courtyard
.l * ^enutryigreat deck w/hot tub, oversized 2CG.-$495,000
' Ies-y VillBV a Citoveniently Located in iated Commanity
iLeast expensive 3BR/2BA ground floor condo plus
garage al the beaches, 18" tile
-thru-out, including bedrooms & lanai .Gorgeous graunte
in kit,.new glass front cabs & appl., FP. Flat Screen.
PLASMA TV!, New AC & Hot Water Heater Great
Stdr4ge, Private screened lanai w/lovely views. $224,900
Comfortable Living ..
At A Comfortable Price!
Beautiful 3BRY3BA single level villa w/wonderful water
views in'sought after. gated community, soaring-ceilings.
large kit, FP,-formal LR & DR. spacious FR. each' bedroom
has own bath. 2 decks & fishingdock to enjon the water/
.woodlands viewsind abundant wildlife. Community pool
. .. & clubhouse. Incredible Buy! $379,000
Lovely lime on Private Lot w/Ool Course Views .
Well maintained, one: owuer,'3BR/2BA home in the very
desirable Cypress Creek section of Sawgrass Players Club
Large lot, room for pool, backs to golf course. New roof,
driveway & tile in kitchen. Freshly painted exterior.
Fantastic Buy! $429,500
Great Location & Water Views for Under S300,000
Wonderful 3BR/2BA home on Picturesque Pond
conveniently located in S Ja\ Beach. Beautiful hardwd &
tile floonng thru-out 1st level. Kit <&/Corian surfaces. 3
large bedrooms upstairs, master w/eaulied ceilings. Lovely
s screened porch provides charming views of lake and eco-
scaped (no moving) private yard. Quiet cul-de-sac location.
PLUS fully & tastefully furnished. $289,000
Lakerent Home Loaded With Extrasi
Never lived inl 4BR/3BA Lakefront Home Lovely i*'*
kitchen w/42" cabs, conan counters & brkfst bar FP in " .
FR; upgraded lighting/fans, & crown molding. Master -. ...
u/glass enclosed shower & garden tub. Super homework
S re off hall, Courtyard Entry to 3CG. Screened Lanai.
Priced Low to Sell Fast! $424,900
Luxurious Living At It's Best!
Beautiful 5BR/4BA/3CG never lived in Home! Lots of
upgrades. Kitchen boasts 42" cabs & conan surfaces.
Upgraded lighting/fans thru-out, FP,.split BRs, 5' BR
Swquld make great office. Backs to conservation area. All
'.^ , .conveniently located n amenity rich community. Great
Buy! $470,000
Opportunity is Knocking! Open the Door!
Charming 3BR/2BA home located in friendly &
convenient neighborhood. Wood laminate floonng, open
floor plan. great room w/vaulied ceilings & cozy comer
fireplace, screened & tiled lanai, garage, lovely low i
maintenance yard. New roof& AC in "04. Sellertare very
motivated so bargain pnced' $234,900
it Just Keeps Getting Better!
Wonderful direct entry 2BR/2BA flat w/ garage Vaulted
ceilings, spiral staircase to loft, FP %w/ flaiscreen Plasma TV
above, & stainless steel appliances. Large lanai w/peaceful
views of preserve. Convenience of condo life, but feel of single
family living' $279,000
"Beach Side Flats" In Old Atlantic Beach
Atlantic Beach- Only 5 Remaining! Unique opportunity to
lhie in style ai the beach starting at 1299,000 These
completely reconstructed Flats will include 18" tile thru-out.
granite coLntenops, maple cabinetry, stainless steel apphances,
private patios/decks & pnvate beach cabana Just
a short walk to both the ocean & town center Ideal
Location'
Suzie Mons Connolly
904-234-8812
sconnolly@lifestylesrealtors.com


COOL
GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS
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
Linda Durrence, C21 Poss Realty
1-800-222-6421 or 706,746-5960 .


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Jacksonville Beach
Gorgeous 3346 sq. ft. home over-
looking ocean. Built in 1996. 2 car
garage. MLS# 319086
* Single family home with breathtaking views of the
Atlandc Ocean from all 3 levels.
* Unique Custom floor plan with room for expansion.
'Can easily expand square footage
* Great opportunity for Rental/Investmeni w ith public
parking right outside. Something which is a ranty at the
.Beaches.
Personal elevator connecting all three floors for easy'
access.
All-potential buyers CALIETQDAY to
arrange a personaltour of this home.


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AGARWAL
Neil: 904-534-0801
AJ: 904-607-9543
Fax: 904-565-1928
REALTORS'
HanekomAgarwal.com
Realty Executives of
Jacksonville
3832-7 Baymeadows Rd
JacksonviUlleFL 32217
Office: 904-739-3352
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3 SOUTH JAX BEACH

BUNGALOWS


WALK TO THE BEACH OR SHOPPING
FROM ANY OF THESE GREAT HOMES!

416 UPPER 36T AVE. - 4 blocks to the beach!
2BR/2BA with one car garage, freshly painted, in quiet
"enclave neighborhood. $275,000.

119 371H AVE. SO.-.3BR/2BA with 2 car garage
attached by Fla. room, wood floors, vaulted ceiling,'
new kitchen, updated electrical.& plumbing. $699,000-

OPEN HOUSE SAT., OCT. 21, 12-2PM
3515 SO. .1 ST.-'3BR/1BA with detached one car
garage, totally renovated, wood floors, large front
porch, furnished. 50' x 140' lot. $675,000. For.
directions or info call Michelle Kogan, 382-5006


'Sherri Beno Realtor�
904-651-1830
Lisa DiStefano Realtore
904-514-3167


In W CowVE /PA1w IwM itERS DE116RATOR TOUUICHIE , I
NMLS#331646L.hL&bright2BR2_5BA 2- MLS #-319821 4BR/2BA w/Corian
stor condo, fully. wished & fully equipped county, lami floors, sreend porch,
kitchen-, nw indoi.' sliders. HVAC uri i. root , n s crnei
& emerior renctations, buili-in-wine cooler, FL updated fixtures. $239,900 241-2417
room, conmunruy & club amenities $418.000 EWLUSIVE HARBORSIDE COMMUlIJN
28 R4G5 IF80' W NDRI '.LS #302741 C'oastal home overlooking
RANCHIIN T POKE" W B Salt Run/Intracoastal Waterway.
NLS# 329998 Casuall elegant 5BR/5.5BA n I s a lean.
home w/soanng ceilings. ev\ephonal finmshes Contemporary finishes, relaxed elegant
through out including a *akiuit paneled stbd. The living nearhistoric SL Augustine surrounded
3010 SF .itablesof ers ) oinericr tailLs, wdhrck by spectacular views. $649900-$ 1595,000.
& commercial ventilation system . on 241-2417
approumaeael 5 acres $2.849.0( 285-1800 PRIDE a "nCSHOWS
QUIEE IIM4ROURI E0EN MLS # 318697 Plantation shutters,
RES# 328965 Great floor plan lor ene g.
5BR/4BA. formal fLR &oDR, bonui wre /BA. wainscoting, French doors, tiled FP, and
FR/kaitchen comlbo. ne,. carpet, hardwicod fllotr screened porch, 4 walk in closets. $364,900
in formal areas, gas FP 3-car garage. great club 241-2417
facilities & wonderfull golf views! 56.4,90)0 3 HOMES FROM OCEAN!
,285-1800 ' MLS # 306428 4/3, 4273 sf, 3+ stories.
DEERWOOD-Pt I .4EDaITEDEST4E Atlantic Bch Open plan, gourmet kit,
MIS# 326449 Old world dealing in 5BR/ ctom ,abs & upgrade igalo'.,DR/ fa'm
full �- 2 half BA main house, ms. sit on IL custom cabs & upgradesgalo.Rkit/fam
3-cargar.gdetached3-cargajraew/2BR/IBA, combo .brealdast rm/bar. 2 lndry' rms. art
gueat apL Ig scmd porch w/iummer kitchen, pool studio/den, ofc, $1,599,000 241-2417
hou Id hdpool.lg pa & more. Allon 16acres
K2.4., i 285-1800 MARINA SAN
EtST HA7IPTON Luxurious Mediterranean style condos on
NMS# 324082 Beautiful4BR/2BA home for a ICW. Amenities inel pool, jacuzzi,
growing family & in a great location! clubhouse, fimess ca, marina, gated entry.
lteuculously maintained all block home w/open Vanety of floorplans. $719,000-$1,050,000
lloor plan, upgrade., FP, FL room, pool, 2-car 24127
garage.& greatcorrmumnitvamennes n 527,iXO S' IIMP IRRESISi BiL
IO MAND W .D iLEN- BETIR MN ? M ILS # 310324 5/3 in Odoms Mill. Open
MRLS# 313472 Immaculate 2-story traditional floor plan, many upgrades and designer
4BR/3 5BA, bonusigare room. iood floors on touchesthroughout. Private lot bordering on
1st fir in foyer. kitchen. FR & laall~iavs. l1eible preserve on two sides. $ 565,000 241-2417
floor plan \w/master & dih BR/stud\ & BA on I st
fir. on oversized lot overlooking the lake. FRENCH COUN'iW HOME
$619.O0:' 285-1800 MLS # 247911 Absolutely beautfulJ 4/3.5
O~E4iFRONM LOT NORTh in Marsh Landing. Wood floors, upgraded
of MANO BEACHM molding, granite counters. NMore speia 1
NLS# 301698 Temnfic opporrunit ' I100 FT touches than you can imagine. Very private.
ocean frontage. 214 FT deep. excellent valuee in n fa ind! s1.500.00 2417
detelopingarea& preiouslf permiiedforhome One $1500000 412417
$.955,)285-18W .REAP IN'ESrI1EN'I I
PONI IE DR4 HOE . MNLS # 324555 2BR/2BA tonbhome. Tile
RULS# 306851 Ea .t of A ! walking distance floors, updated, fenced yard. Purchase I unit
i1 beach, rn.:.mmunir poc,l. tenrus & basketball or all 4' $124.900 241-2417
courts. 2BR/2BA large screened room dle RMING ACH C TAE
floor. kitchen has le couniers,.wood 11x: mrs & 't'd i .4 A
nev er a pliances. 'ajulted cethngs & new roof NILS#327591 Concrete block construction.
2005 $tOXI 285-1800 lotal remodel w/ood floors, designer paint.
ON-OF4-UN/D in IHE PLANT4,t7ON kohler fixtures, spacious lot, great beach
MLS# 268344 Designed /oWrmost anennon ir 'location. $299,000 241-2417
deal. hs. Frank Gamel home lejarues -BR 4 lull
& 2hal BA.a stud,. crnd lanai, heiatedpool/ipa a E OF 3" DUPoLEV
gourmet kitchen N'tiele appliances. work. island , NLS#3005681n the HeartofNeptune Bch
buit-in piua & espre s.',,cofTee machine & more iust 2 blks to the ocean. Excl loc, mental
i .875.,LXi 285-1800 history Eachunitl2/. 1 upi down. $579,500
PRZwIE4HWANFCBE4CII 241-2417
MLS# 277525 W\AIk to he Lbeach. :r en.\ the -a
breezes om r.iolside Shaded t , a bcaurIul lre CLASSIC A1ANIHC BEACH CHARMER
canopy, ith all bnck 3BR/2BA home featuir an MILS # 303738 4/4 build in. 1999. Wood
open floor plan. FP &: ha lots of po ibilues floors, large master suite with sitting area.
$537.".ix 285-1800 private balcony , open kitchen, serene
PON FEDR4CONDO REDL."gDI backyard, garage %vith workspace.
MIS# 279733 This is the larger of the 2BR/2BA $1 99 900 241-2417
fir plan & has garage! Torall. ren,: ed granitere "1 9 - 7
cris. siainless teel appliance. cathedral cedings BEAUlHFU1 3/2 HOME
& communit- amenrue including pool.spa. media MLS # 323106 Screened in pool w/hot tub
rcm. gym. uh se, barbe.:ue area . m ,Trei on a large preserve loi. Bamboo hardwood
J4 BEACHCONDO floors. Large master BR. $409,999 241-2417
MLS# 305877 2BRi2BA condo .S,',reened 3/2.5 FABULOUS HOME!
baklc.riv. lake & lourain 'lnes, all appliance. MLS#297357 Wonderful I story' loorplan
comney including washer & dNer, ule floors & w/surround sound & many upgrades. Club
berbercarpeang.comrruniry amenities include o.,I. i
hot tub. clubho.e, tennis courts, ener:ise .m & ameines include poo, exercise room &
more $227.9 285-1800 child area. $494,900 241-2417


FSB6, 6 blocks to S. Jax Bcn. 3/1.5, new-
ly remodeled. $279,900. 710-5200.
ATL BCH RENT TO OWN. 9tn St. 2blKS
from ocean and park. 4/2, 1607sf., 50x130
lot Call 4 details 904-568-6004.
JAX BEACH- 4BR/2BA houpe, 1950sf,
pool, large yard, 2 car garage, boat/ RV
parking. $385,000. 349-6000.


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2433 BROOK Park Way, MLS# 322657.
$285,000. 3BR/2BA, tiled foyer, 'formal
dining, spacious kitchen opens. to break-
fast room big family room, large master
w/garden tub and sep shwr, covered lanal
Call Paula Powell (904)707-.1050..Watson
Realty. . .


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Enjoy life close to the Ocean, River and the Intracoastal. This casual
floor plan delivers 4BR/2.5BA, spacious greatroom, new open kitchen
with all appliances included. Separate
laundry rooni and bonus room round ! ..
out this exceptional value in. Atlantic. -
Beach. $239,900
Call Kevin Folson
(904) 612-1191

Sou t After

Marsh Sound!!
Spacious 4B'R/3BA 2467 sq ft home, on
cul-de-sac comer lot. The open floor
plan has knockdown ceilings with
custom tile and carpet. Wired for
surround sound in the 'great room,
master bedroom and the screened porch.
The horfne office, has French doors and custom cabinetry. Master
bath with gardp -tub, separate shower and walk-in closet. Jack
and Jill'.bath connects to front bedrooms, has separate vanities and
linen closets. ADT alarm and fire systems, irrigation system with
own meter. Offered at: $364,000 .,

"Isle of Palms On the. Canal"
Beautiful inside and out. This 2074 sq ft home ..
has, high ceilings, ceramic tile, IBR
downstairs, Master & Nursery upstairs ,
w/hardwood floor and screened balcony. New -
dock & lOKlb boat lift, 2500 Ib ski lift. vinyl
bulkhead. Tiled screen.
patio. Financing incentives
avail. $549,900 Call Evelyn. & Steve Martin,

and "Double. the Magic"
(904) 887-7053 EvIlyn's Cell
'" ' ., ' (904) 887-7409.Steve's Cell
,Put the "Mtartin Magic',',to work for you today!


' Beaches
PRICE B/B SF, Address;
$199,900 '3/1.51075 '2196 Fairway Villas Lane N.
$219,900. 3/I 1218 47.5 Skate Rd'
'$274,900. 4/3 1967.365 Sailfish Dr.
'$349,900 3/2 '1603 3817Tropical Terrace
$359,900 3/2 1538 620 Rosebud La[ .,

$374,900 , 473. 2500 620 Orchid St
.$399,900 1/1 '715 829 Ist Street North Unit IE
$749,000 2/2 1325 1415 IstStreet North Unit 402
$249,000 3/2.5 2020 695 AIA North #58,
Intracoastal
PRICE .B/B SF" Addi-ess:
$150,000 '2/1.5 1T00 1231l'Keiisington Lakes #2603
S. .- Season (a@ Kernan
$188,900 3/2 1138.190 Nadia Miche ' ..
. Harbour Springs '.. "':
$199,900 , 3/2 1408 .13236, Arbor Vitae Dr..
Arbor Pointe
$199,900 3/2 1393 12382 Eagles Claw.Ln '.
'. Eagles Creek
$209,500 3/2 1352 1835Wilddwood Creek Lane
Kensington
$219,900 3,'2 2044 565 Prindle Dnve East
Greenfield Lakes
$234,800 3/2 1488 13240 Milhouse Way
Waverly Place


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Friends
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SAWGRASS 2BR/2BA. completely re-
modeled. new 30 year roof, 42" hickory
cabinets utavetine stone floor. Berber car-
pet and clown molding Seller will pay all
closing cosis 5289,900 463-0505.
Spanish Pt, 14158 Tomas Pt. Lane, 3/2/2.
2032sf., 1,3 acre. clean ano modern Wa-
lerlroni community w/Doai ramp, pool,
clubhouse, 5 miles hrom beach. 5269.900.
Call Paula Kileorew, 465-2363.
www kllleDrewrealty.com
2967 SANS Pareil SI $264,900
MLS# 326649. Approx. 1828sf., 3BR/2BA,
open & spacious w/eal-in kitchen, sep.
DR. huge GR w/vaulted ceilings and FP.
split BR's. ceramic rile throughout, private
bacKyara wjacuzzi Call Paula Powell,
Watson Realty (904)707-1050.


OPEN HOUSE ATL BEACH
REDUCED ALMOST $50,000
Saturday 1-4. $424,500 Awesome
4BR/ 2.5BA. 2-story, pool. Selva Linkside.
1660 Linkside Ci. N. Call K;mberlee
472-5558. Magnolia Properties
FREE Plasma TV. tUp o 5$4000 value
or $4000 appliance upgrade allowance to
buyer at closing 3BR/2BA name. new
Berber carpet, Fresh paint inside and oui.
privacy fenced yard, LR wFP,
gaining room. eat-in Kilchen, Community
pool. tennis courts, close to beacn in de-
sirable Villages of Pablo Communiry Sell.
er pays Buyer closing costs. $215.000
904-220-6911, 553-6105.


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Great architectural features throughout the 2,241 SF
3BR/2BA/2CG home. Hardwood floors in the main
areas, vaulted ceilings, crown & chair
rail moldings, French doors to a Mexican
Saltillo tiled outdoor & screened porch,
neutral colors. Peaceful lawn. &
landscaping. $449,000
Call Top Producer
LynnV Saul 904-859-9100


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For More Info:
Call Cara Doud
571-2612 or
, Tom Gibbon
566-6501

Best in Show-Reduced
Seller will pay your closing costs (w/
acceptable offer)! This beautiful 3/2 home, w/
fresh paint, granite & hardwoods, is move-in
ready and located in the much sought after
Selva Linkside of Atlantic Beach. Bike or walk
to the beach, schools, parks & Town Center!
$395,000
Beach Lover's Dream
Ocean view, large 2/2.5 town-home in North
A.B..is,only steps from the beach. With just a
little TLC, this home is a beach lover's dream.
Enjoy the peaceful ocean views and breezes
in your large, master bedroom. $549,900


run t. DID Sr iouAress
$235,000' 3/2 1508 2454 The Woods Dr
The Woods
$237,500 3/2 1448 4531 Ander Hill Dr'E
, .Hunters Ridge
$244,900 3/2 5 1665 13433,StonePond Dr
- Wolf Creek-.
$250,000 4,.'2 17502,-I51 \'mie Maple Way .
. ..... % Asle). Woods
'$259,900 4, 2 I21i '^*^-Ni-'/M dtAi'DriieaWest
Hickory Creek
$259,900 4/2.52288 458 Shanna Isle
Arbor Pomre
$269,000 3 2 17,7 2615 Crysral Cove Cr,
. . Villages of Pablo .
$269,900 3/2.5 2556 1040 ColhnswoodDriveWest
S- ' " Collnswood
.$274,900.. 4/2 2093 2335 \Vng Maple Way-
Ashley Woods
$2'5,900. 3/2 .' I860 12Q52.Cavalry Ct -
3'1: .". -' '1" Kernan Lakes
$314,906- 3/2- 200c0 12925 Deep Lagoon Pl E
T. he Woods
.$315,000 3/2 2'186 209 The Woods Drive
", .The Woods ' . "
$335;900 ' 4/2 2062 1974 Ibis Potin Lane'. -
S' ' Ibhis Point
$389,900 3/2 2355 2411 Cov tin CreiCek CdeiWest
Coington Creek
$449'000 4/2.5 3496 2312 Meadowlark Courr
The Woods


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ATLANTIC BEACH
1.550 sqft, 3/2' w/updated
bathrooms, tile & carpet, 100
ft dock w/boat lift, access to
ICW, motivated seller, bring
offers, $299K.
(904) 813-5315


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904.571-'9821


Atlantic Beach
Updated Seaplace.3hdrm Condo. Ground Fir-
112 block to the Ocean in Old Atlantic Beach!
Large Patio w/privacy fence. All new carpet, new AC,
updated baths, fresh paint, new stove & microwave.
$29 ,000, . . ,
SLowest Priced Home in Old-Adatic Beach
. Priced to Sell - 5489,O01O
3.bdrm/2ba fome, approx 1300 sq ft, 2.5 blocks to the
ocean, lot size 50 x 130. Original hardwood floors thru-
out. Needs remodeling but has loads,of charm.
live 2 blocks to the Ocean in
.Old Atlantic Beach for Just l544,900
4 bdrm, 2 ba, excellent condition, 1607 sq ft, plenty of
room for expansion/and or pool,- 50 x 130 lot size.
Contemporary Gem - Seha Norte,
4Bdrmi3Ba - Open Fir Pin - Rich wood accents
throughout - extensive deck & tree canopy. Perfect mix
of home, privacy, and nature. Seller will pay $5000
towards buyers closing costs. $590,000
Awesome Atlantic Beach Home
4 blocks to the Beach in Selva Marina
5Bdrm/4Ba completely Updated - 3640 SF - low
maintenance - gourmet kitchen - Hardwood thru-out.
Priced to sell $975,000
Roof Top Ocean Views 1/2 Block to Ocean
Brand New Constructionl. .
New Construction Town Home 4bdrm/4.5bath, 3 story
iw/elevator, 2-car garage. Construction complete in 3
months. High-End Finish Levels - Offered at $1,050,000
New Home in Atlantic Beach
3 Blocks to the Ocean - Seha Marina
3-story w/elevator, 6 bdrms, 3 ba, 4200 sq ft, office,
high ceilings, rm for a pool. Lot size: 85 x 142.
Maintenance free: concrete block & stucco on 1st level,
frame & vinyl shake on 2nd & 3rd levels. $1,175,000


SGirat Inestnent Opportunity -
Easot of~rd Street .
Ouadraplex with 4 easy to rent efficiencies. Only
steps to the ocean! Offered at $639,000'
Jacdsonvile Beach
The Pamns -.Comiletely Upgraded 2 BdrmoCondo
2Bdrm/2Ba 2nd floor condo with custom cabinets,
new sinlks and granite in Kitchen and baths, and much
fhbre... $187,000
East of 3rl St. nJax Beach - 359,0O
This home Includes 2bdrm,.2 be plus 2-Car Garage'.
Awesome Investment opportunity, less than:1. block
to the Ocean. residentilal.grandfathered in but zoned
commercial. . .
SLowet priced.NEW Construction w/2 cad garage
East of 3rd St - South Jax Beach - $519,000
3bdrm/3ba, 2-car garage - 3 Story - Open Floor Plan
- Oceanviewsfrom master balcony. Lease option
available
.Great Ocean Front Condo!
Southqhore Condo, 3bdrm/2ba,-Excellent Condition
in South JaxBch, Covered Parking. Priced to sell at
$599,900.
THIEBEST BUY ON THE OCEAN..N JAX BEACH
Completely'Remodeled w/the finest finishes.
OCEANFRONT SOUTH END CORNER Unit w/wrap
around porChes! 3.bdrm/2ba, custom.cabinets;
granite and much, much morelllFumishings optional.
799,000
, InvestentPropert
1ttld-amitdly- I. Seuth
Awesome unobstructed ocean views. West side of
1st Street, multi-family, 2 bldgs, comer lot 62.5x85,
updated over last 3 yrs $949,000.


Call Margi Petitt

Top Producer
571-9821 I
'60 Ocean Blvd. Suite 3. Atlantic Beach


Completely Remodeled OldAdtantic Beach Home'-
S . . .. I Block to Ocean
Cedar Shake home w/whilte picket lafence - perfectly manicured.
4Bdrm, 3 Ba- master upstairs, 2700 'f, 62.5x125 lot size,
room for pdol. Maplb hardwood floors throughout., 2-cat
garage w/garage-tek. $1,200,000
Atlantic Beach.-.Seaside
.Gated Cop unity. Luxnr HOME!,.
Magnificent custom home, with state-of-the-art kitchen. You
could not rebuild this home with this quality in finish levels al
this price today. IT's AWESOME! 4 bdrm, 3.5 ba, 2-story, all
4drins Vpp, 3486 sq ft, Mediterranean style with barrel tile roof.
Private Beach access.. $1,395,000
West Atlantic Beach
West Atlantic Beach BungaloW -
Awesome Investment $199,000
3 bdrm 2 ba, 1-story, new red oak floors throughout, new
roof, approx. 1300 SF, lot size 60x125.
West Atlantic Beach Update Home w/Pool - S299,000
Huge lot 120x125, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2-car garage, fully update
baths and kitchen, new metal root, move-in condition. Perfect
for investment or to live in!
West Atlantic Beach - Brand New Construction - $399,000
Seems too good to be true bul it's REALI 4 bdrm, 2.5 be,
2397 SF, brand new Key West Style home on 60x125 lot.
Metal roof, hardboard exterior, vaulted ceilings, granite
counters. ss appls, hardwood firs throughout, detached 1-
car garage, privacy fence, room for a pooll
Neptune Beach
Completely Renovated Contemporary - Awesome
.Intracoastal Views
1657SF Neptune Bch on the marsh w/an 85' dock on a small
creek leading to the Intracoastal Remodeled inside & out.
3bdrm/2ba, 2-Car Garage & Awesome Deck-Offered al
$499,000


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MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town-
home. Close tq good schools, base and
Wonderood Connector. $114,000 (buyer
pays all closing costs). Call 614-5859.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Covington
Creek, all brick, 3/2. over 2200 sq.ft.. on
cul de sac. $369,900, 221-1630.
ATLANTIC BEACH 334 6th St.
3BR/2 5BA. . pool, remodeled Inside and
out $879,000. Call 234-7140. Open
House Saturday 12-3pm.
HELP-U-SELL
COASTAL REALTY
PONTE VEDRA BEACH '
Dolphin Cove. 3BR/2BA. huge comer plt,
all brick, cul-de-sac, updated tile In main
living area. Ready to gol Just' Reduced.
$279,900.
PALMS 0 MARSH LANDING
2BR/ 2BA condo. upgraded tile & carpet.
backs to preserve, vaulted ceilings
Motivated seller. $199.900.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
4BR/2BA huge .cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and tennis, minutes to the Beaches
A+ school. $288,900..
BIKE TO OCEAN
OFF PENMAN RD.
4BR/2BA w/pool 2000.-sf.. new lool,
HVAC, fence, flooring, windows, garage
door. Offered at $384 900.-
INVESTORALERT - PVBI
TWO 1BR/ 1BA sloh Ponta Vedra Beach
Condos upgrades including granite & tile
floors, fireplace, custom lighting, ~private
each access, tennis, fitness room. 1 unit
currently leased. $189,900 & $195,900.
15TH AVE. S.- SOUTH JAX BEACH
Key West style cortetage. 2BR/1.5BA, ador-
able with huge great room, private back-
yard. great lot entertaining, Low mainte-
nance landscaping. $319,900.
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Mollvated seller 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood floors, 1car garage.
Offered at $144,900.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH.
OPEN HOUSE,SAT. 1'021,11-2PM
LEASE PURCHASE OPTION
U graded home on San Pablo Circle,
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard,.large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered 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 OF A1A-PVB
Oh Solano Rd. 1 has small beach' cottage,
oeen remodeled Take advantage of. goll
views or purchase both for your dream
home. Not many like this 2BFR/2BA
beacn cottage, $499,900 Additional lot Is
$449.500
Call: 904-241-4447
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
www.helpusell.com/coaatalrealty


806-A 3rd S- * Neptune Beach
3/2 in NEW SUBDIVISION:
1700 SF home sits on premier lot
in new subdivision, tons of
upgrades. Built in 2005 $234,900,
RSHFRONT LOT:, 99 acre -
marshfroit lot in smallNeptune '
Beach cul-de-sac subdivision .
$449900 '
OCEANFRONT LOTS: Great
investment opportunity in Vilano
Beach. 3 adjacent lots available for
$2,900,000
GREAT INVESTMENT IN
NEPTUNE BCH: 1900'sf'home
sits on two large buildable lotsih -
desirable Neptune Beach setting.
$499,900 ..
PRICE REDUCTION: 4BR/2BA,.
all bnck home in quiet beach
neighborhood. $4,900: '
Call Jason Jarrettf@ :
904-591-5917 mobile
904-247-7000 office


ATlANTIC BEACH LOT! REDUCED
0000 PLAZA AVE
One of few Old Atlantic Beachl lots left.
Enjoy Ine ocean breezes, walk to town
center $535,000 MLS 286099
THE WOODS
2147 BIRCH BARK CT..E
INTRACOASTAL WEST
4BR/2BA, new carpet & paint, maple
cabinets. Conran counter, screened lanai
overlooking lake. 5359,000 MLS 328339
MOBILE HOME NEAR ICW
S13781 CORA. DR
Double lot, nice yard. Recently carpeted,
2BR/1BA mobile nome, kitchen
remodeled. Screened porch for country
living near the beach. $195,000 MLS
304680
THE PALMS 4T MARSH lANDING -
1655 THE GREENS W4V 2821
Beauritul lakeview from the 'screened
balcony of this bright & spacious 3BR/
2BA condo $259,900 MLS 313390.
IL VlLIA01O SOUTISIDE
9745 TOUICHTON RD 01112
Luxurious 3BR/2.5BA condo on lake.
Hardwood floors, granite countenrtops.
Screened terrace, attached garage.1
$329,000 MLS 324170
ON PRESERVE LOT
228 ODOMS MILL
Brick, 5BRI4BA with Florida room
overlooking preserve. Large great room
and in-law suite. $599,000 MLS 309764
THE COLIRflARDS
303 COURAGEOUS CT
2BR/2BA condo in Atlantic Beach. Well
mainted. Tile floor, large deck $121,900
MLS 274864
9745 TOUCHTON RD '725
SOUTHSIDE II V1LLAGIO
2BR/2 5BA 2 story town home in 24 hr.
gated community with full amenities.
$204,900 MLS 309614 i
POOL HOME AT THE BEACHES
1216 TRAILtWOOD DR
Fantastic 3Br/2BA with loft, over 2500s1.
Huge coiner lot w/screened in ground
pool. Immaculate condition. $596,000
MLS 317498
CLOSE TO 5tAVOI
3898 EUNICE DRIVE
One-owner ome, 4BR/2BA w/FRP. Large
corner lot. w/in ground pool. Great
location, close to Beaches , JTB.
$389,900 MLS 323560
OCEAN VIEW LOT
S' 1966 BEACH AVE
Unosiisucted views on a higi dune.
Build your dream inome, steps from
Ocean access $995,000 MLS 310035
BEACHES DUPLEX
' 220 M4ROARET STREET
STwo 2BR/1BA (duplex) 2 blocks from
i ocean Priced lower than the land! Wood
floors, screened porches, 2 car garage.
$449,995 MLS 321464
NEPTLiNE BEACH
1841 TWELVE OAKS LN E
3BRi2BA beautifully renovated home
inside & Out. Professionally landscaped.
Pool resurfaced Hardi-board exterior.
, Tile floors Stainless appliances.
S$419,000 MLS 321428



Atlant ic 'Beach
Watson Office
(904) 249-3804


ATLANTIC BEACH, 562 N. Nautical Bou-
levard, 3/2/2, walking distance to the
beach. Completely Renovated, New Kitch-
en. BUYER INCENTIVES OFFERED.
Owner/ Agent, Cornerstone Realty, Inc
904-339-0231.


1661 E Hawkins Cove MLS# 331590. Ap-
prox 1627sl. 3BR/2BA, well maintained
w/big family room, sep. living dining com-
bo. huge tiled foyer, spacious equipped
kitchen, and a great Florida room w/free
standing heat and air. Call Paula Powell
(904)707-1050. Watson Realty.


Two houses off Jacksonville Drive, both 3055sf. One
4/3.5, the other 5/4. Solar Hot Water Heaters,
Concrete Block on both levels. Large Kitchens have
GE Profile .appliances, 42in Maple cabinets, and
Granite Countertops. Also, Gas A .
Package for Cooktop, Dryer and BBQ ,�
grill. Each offered at $649,000 f5|% '
han, Ca
Linda Pomerantz 923-8030 [_ RO


Waterfront Living at it's. Best

7311 Ramoth Drive - Off St. ,Johns River

Coastal Living.home with views all'
around. Ingrournd Pool, granite,
gameroom, office, dock, summer kitchen,
wood floors .'..morel
$924,900 3400 sq ft 4BR/3BA


95 N Roscoe - Ponte Vedra
Custom built home on the Intracoastal
' *l � Waterway, new bulkhead, 75x400 ft. lot,
� Cottage style call for cqpy of floor plan.
$1,975,00 4300sq ft 5BR/4BA






Call Help-U-Sel Coastal Realty 904.525.2638 for more information!


Sellers Will Negotiate!
5O.iginal" Ponte Vedra 5BR
(5 walk-in closets), 4BA Home!
300NtA Sq Ft. Oversized Rooms.
, New Kit* Large Lot $1,288,000
. .. . ;"- . - "KENNEDY FAMILY HOME"
"O.Oiginal" Ponte Vedra
*4 bedroom home
2880 LA Sq. Ft with Pool
-. Move-ln or Renovate
STrust Says "'Sell"-$987,000

SPV Blvd. Oceanfront Lot
75' .frontage, all plans, permits
approved. .2 years to build 3700 SF
home w/pool. $995,000


S Can Janlet ~l B 'Ic. - ' "' "'-"
635-6375 - 543-2545
Ponte Vedra Beadc Realty, Inc-


From Cottages to Castles s


THE PLANTATION MEDITERRANEAN ESTATE
GREAT VIEW PONTEVEDRA
Lovely 3 BR/3.5 BA home Private Mediterranean estate just a
overlooking 18th fairway. Gorgeous walk to the' beach 3 BR/4:5 BA, winb
courtyard.withpool/spa, family room room, game room, theater, hobby
,overlooks golf course. Totally room plus separate cottage w/1 BR &
renovated kitchen, 1st floor master BA, patio w/pool summer' kit,
suite-plus loft and 2 bedroorms'on the ofel1 su Tmshme
second floor. Truly a special home. covered lanai and pergola. This home
639000 Is awesome! $2,595,000
*, Elizabeth Hudgins
Prudential Network Realty's
TOP SALES AGENT
'The Real Estate Professional isho sells the best of the First Coast lfesyle" -
(904) 285-8449 ext. 3028 Cell 553-2032
Prudential
Network Realty
Visit Elizabeth and all her properties on the internet at
www.beacheshomes.com or e-mail at elizhudgins@aol.com
Independendy owned and operated tI
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3 SOUTH JAX BEACH

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WALK TO THE BEACH OR SHOPPING
FROM ANY OF THESE GREAT HOMES!

416 UPPER 36T" AVE. - 4 blocks to the beach!
2BR/2BA with one car garage, freshly painted, in quiet
enclave neighborhood. $275,000.

119 37m AVE. SO.- 3BR/2BA with 2 car garage
attached by Fla. room, wood floors, vaulted ceiling,
new kitchen, updated electrical & plumbing. $699,000

OPEN HOUSE SAT., OCT. 21, 12-2PM
3515 SO. 1" ST.- 3BR/1BA with detached one car
garage, totally renovated, wood floors, large front
porch, furnished. 50' x 140' lot. $675,000. For
directions or info call Michelle Kogan, 382-5006


Sherri Beno Realtor4
904-651-183o0
Lisa DiStefano Realtor . I
904-514-3167


HIDDEN PARADISE - MLS# 326993, 2-
slory, I block 10 Intracoastal, 3/2 + Bonus
Rm, Pool, Spa, Boathouse, Immaculale,


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Grand Cav \%Iia 2 2BR,2BA i214 00
'Wood 0lorn iled porch, oir.do Ie? bonus
Piaeusa Club '. lia 2BR%: 5BA t369,000
,LOWEST PRICE i, PC Villa, s include. iunlLhmgii
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(Hear pine & Lerra coila 0looi. hugevhard)
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CONDOS ALL AROUND
IN JAX BEACH
OCEANS EDGE - 2/2, condo, granite, tile, concrete block. Clubhouse w/infinity pool. 1 block
to beach, 1 block to shopping. MLS# 307553 $448,800
VILLAS AT MARSH LANDING- LOWEST PRICED 3/2 w/ garage. Sweeping marsh views, tile,
huge screened lanai, club amenities. MLS# 306785 REDUCED $239,900.
VILLAS AT MARSH LANDING - GROUND FLOOR 1 bedroom w/GARAGE. Marsh views
from Ig screened lanai. Gated, pool, clubhouse, boat parking. MLS# 324495 $159,900
VILLAS AT4MARSH LANDING - WOODED VIEWS from your lanai. 3/2 second floor with 18"
tiles and berber carpet. Gated, GARAGE, clubhouse. $254,900
IN PONTE VEDRA BEACH
OCEAN GROVE - 2/2 w/ GARAGE, totally renovated condo. Tile, screened lanai overlooks
lake w/ fountain. MLS#308439 REDUCED $242,900
THE COLONY - WALK to the BEACH. LOWEST PRICED 2 bedroom. Beautiful ground floor
with wooded views. Wood floors, tile, fireplace, crown moulding. GARAGE. MLS# 326635
$229,900
BEST BUYS ON THE SOUTHSIDE
STONEBRIDGE - LARGEST 3/2 with 2 master suites. 1408 SF, tile, screened lanai, roomy
& bright. CARPORT. Close to shopping, restaurants. Priced $6000 below appraisal. MLS#
327334 $168,800.
STONEBRIDGE - GROUND FLOOR 2/2 screened lanai, exit to your CARPORT. Arched
doorways, upgraded lighting. Inspections done. Close to shopping. $149,900.

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BREATHTAKING 5 BEDROOM 5 BATH GORGEOUS 5 BEDROOM 5 BATH
4852 sq. fL. bone in Plantation Oaks. 4141 sq. ft. home PlanonOaks Eo
the gourmet kitchen v.ith a monogram
This home has it all' Traerrmne floors. refrigerator & graniie counters. Indulge
upgraded carpets, gas fireplace. gourmet %ourself in our lovely master bath that has
kitchen with granitecounters& sinless 3 granite vanity., rameless shoer
steel appliances, lushly landscaped estate enclosure and Jacuzzc rub. Extras include
Buildt-ins in study, surround sound..a
sized lot, fenced yard, large lanai & an ,trrng package and so much more
unbelie% able in-ground pool. $1,489,000 $1.139,235.
Rosemary Kristoff REALTORE
Prudential Network Realrt s Multi-Milhon Dollar Producer
904-333-4841 cell or 904-285-1800 ext 3079 office
Prudential Email: rosemkl@bellsouth.net
Network Realty L Independendtly owned and operated


South Beach at Jacksonville Condominiums
2 Bedroom floor plan; upgrades include
Plasma TN.; Designer Cabinets; Stainless Steel
Appliances: Granite; Tile; Washer & Dryer
- And Much More! Priced from $385,000 to $415,000



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LOVELY 3BR/2BA w/spacious master
suite, 2 car garage, fireplace ana
screened-In porch. $212,900. 220-8389.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, fireplace,
new carpeting, tile, appliances, fenced
yard. $175,000. (904)993-9191.
FSBO 4BR/3BA, large corner lot, Royal
Palms In Atlantic Beach, $285,000.
463-3738.
RARE OPPORTUNITY...
The Innlet 0 PV By the Sea, 2BR/2BA,
end unit, one level, $1600sf, updated.
large deck overlooking pond, home war-
ranty, private walk way to the beach and
The Lodge. $487,000, 904-962-6876.
OPEN HOUSE Jax Beach 803 13th Ave
N. Saturday/ Sunday 12-3pm Pool. tire-
place. 3BR/1BA, close . to beach.
$309.500. 247-0168.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 4BR/2BA on large lot,
65x130, well elevated, super location
Must seel Asking $555,000 OBO. Call Bill
318-5174.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
Neptune Beach, comer lot, 2000sf, 2car
Savage, pew roof, kitchen needs- help.
329K worth $385K. 591-7392
OPEN HOUSE
4690 Kernan Mill Ln. E., Keman Mill,
$524,000. 3/2, 1634sl., Open'Sun 10/22,
12pm-3pm

12052 Cavalry Ct., Kernan Lakes,
$275,900,-3/2. 1860st, Open Sun. 10/22,
11am-4pm..
14180 Washburn Ct., Tivoli, $239,900.
3/2, 1538st., Open Sun. 10/22, 1pm-4pm
ASSIST2SELL BUYERS & SELLERS
REAL ESTATE (904)247-4442 or .
view online: www.jaxbesthomes.com
OWNER/BROKER, 3BR/2BA, San Pablo
& Beach. New floors, paint, roof, applian-
ces. Below appraisal. 982-7620. ,
MARSH LANDING C.C.- 3BR/3BA,
2300st, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, on cul-
de-sac, private, wooded back yard.
$549,900. (904)537-4083.

CONOSFO SLE i


BEACH/SAN PABLO area, 3501 Claridge
Rd. E. Newly-remodeled concrete block.
2BR/1BA. large backyard. $138,000
223-5149, 339-4685.
GREAT CORNER location. CBS bunga-
low, ready for '2nd story $314,900 Call
Carolyn Francis 904-521 5000 RE/MAX
Specialists.
NEPTUNE BEACH fixer upper; perfect
for Investor or owner/ occupant, con-
crete block, 4 blocks from ocean,
$285,000, call Mark, 591-6976.
ATLANTIC BEACH DUPLEX, 5 blks. to
bcn Rare opportunity for investment in
great neighborhood $519.000 652-5682
Motivated seller.
$229,900 ATLANTIC Beach, 845 Amber-
lack 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.
SOUTH JAX Beach. FSBO. 3BR/2BA.
50'x100' lot w/irrigation system. pool, out-
door kitchen, tile, SS appliances, 1400si.,
walk to beach $387,400 (904)247-3879

HOME FINDER REALTY
DEERFIELD LAKES- 2/1 5 condo.
$99,900
THE COURTYARDS- 2/2 condo, no
stairs, private courtyard, $119.900
CYPRESS CREEK- OWNERS SAYS
SELL THIS HOUSE NOWI REDUCED
Near Maypon Elem & Wonderwood. Nice
3/2. 2 car gar, freshly painted, new vinyl &
more $187,000.
WOLF CREEK- 3,2.5 condo. Almost
brand new w/ garage & many upgrades.
$249,900
ARLINGTON HILLS- 3/2, nice staner
home, good area. $149,900.
HARBOUR SPRINGS. 4/2, 2 car gar.
Newer area, very open, beaut, stone
frpic., fenced yard, corner lot. Close to
schools/ beaches., Reduced to $214,900.
DUNNS PLANTATION. Dames Point
area. 4/3, ove 30K In upgradeses. Below
appraisal ' Better .than a' model home.
$279.900.
BONAPARTE CROSSING- New home,
4/2, near schools & shops. $234,500.
221-1711. OR 241-5501
I IS ~ *


K RIMUM Grace Hughes, REALTOR*

S!JACKSONVILLE at 904-233-1341 ,,


Living in Luxury at The Pams
Amazing end unit, 2nd fir, 3/2 condo. Screened-in balcony
w/private view of the marsh. Granite countertops in the,
kitchen and bath, stainless fixtures, stainless appliances,
incl. Bosch dishwasher, new paint. Move in ready!
MLS # 331925 Only $245,000

Jan Pilcher Fowler
Hi 904-294-4766
janJowler@lifeslylesrealtors.com


Beldw.


'This 6th floor end unit condo. w/
. ocean views is'loaded-w/ close to
$50,000 in upgrades! 1,700SF 3BR/3BA.
condo. You deserve a home thatmirrors
your achievements! $699,000
Call Top Producer
Lynn Saul 859-9100-.


REDUCED, INDIAN Woods Neptune Bch
'home 4BR/2BA, split plan, w/2- story
workshop. Upgrades. Prices. under ap-
praised value to sell @ $399,900. Drive by
1525 Forest Ave. Motivated seller.
Will co-op. (904)463-7245.

FSBO- 3BR/1BA, concrete block, close to
colleges, $89.000 945-0226.
MOVE IN Condition. This 3BR/2.5BA,
Jax beach home has been completely up-
dated and remodeled. Located at 1404
Declaration Dr. this home is close to the
JTB, beaches and shopping. Just re-
duced 904.563.1516.
ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2 Charming Beach
Cottage: 937 E Coast Dr, 2 blks ocean/
park/ playground/ tennis, irrigation: gor-
geous landscape: orig pine loor/ walls
throughout; private backyard; move-in
condition; walk-in closet; large master
bath: home warranty: will co-op; S795K;
904-993-1707.
FSBO, PONTE Vedra Beach, 3/2,1800 sq
ft. one car gar. on lake, $299,900, by ap-
pointment, 655-8245.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Indian Springs,
4/2.w/loft, pool home on preserve, approx.
2100 sq.ft., $299,000. 221-1630.
BEACHES BEAUTIFUL manul., home,
2200 sqft. 4BR/2BA, f.r. w/ stone fr.pl.
nice 1000 homesile community.
' priced to sell, 705-9384.
NEAR GAINESVILLE - lake view home on
5 acres, 4/3, 2950sl. bullr 2002. $469,000
OBO, Independent Brokers & Associates.
247-4333 or 710-3111.
PABLO BAY OPEN HOUSE
Sat 10/21, 12pm-3pm
S' .. Hosted by
RE/MAX Coastal Real,Eslale
13702 Weeping Willow
, 3/2.5 2642sf., $472,999
Fay PalsouraKis. 463-7782
13858 Weeping Willow
4/2. 2552sf.. $480,000
Phyllis Staines 476-7653
JTB, N on San Pablo. LF at
Pablo Bay, LF at Weeping Willow
WWW.PABLOBAYHOMES.COM
S.SOUTHSIDE - 7388 Secret Woods. brick.
3/2/2. 1895sl, $283,500 OBO, Independ-
ent Brokers & Associates, 247-4333 or
, 710-3111.
NEPTUNE BCH home, 3BR/2BA. 1870sf
huge lol, lacuzzi, $329,900 Vanguard Re-
alty, Inc., GMAC. Brandon Buckley. 904-
962-7600


AWESOME OCEAN front condo, south
Jax Beach, very nice, 1/1 w/ glassed-in
porch, ceramic tiles. new appliances.
$399,000 OBO 8 (904)881-5793
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
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.
CONDO "FOUNTAINS', Ponte Vedra, 695
A1A N. 3BR/ 2BA. Lease $1295 or
buy $239.900. Very clean. 246-6649.


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$215,000- 2/2. garage, all appl. incl., Jar-
din De Mer. 247-4211
PVB. 2/2, flat, end unit, fireplace. gated
community w/5 star amenities. Lease/ op-
tion possible. $295,000. Call Broker/ Own-
er, Kirk Killebrew 463-1131,
www.klllebrewrealty.com

FSBO. 1BR/1BA. Palms at Marsh Land-
ing. Perfect location, private marsh view.
842 sq. f11. Newly renovated In 2004. Ask-
Ing only $152,000. 476-5280.
www.owners.com/AWG6693
WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES. near
San Marco. 1BR/1BA. $85,000.
2BR/1 5BA, $133.900. Sea Stale Realty
Corp (904)537-0679.


OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH. 3BR/2BA.
vaulted ceiling, beautiful Ille Bright, open
floor plan No dogs. $455,000
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601.

PRE-CONSTRUCTION OCEANVIEW.
Ready 2008. Prices start at S499k. Call for
details. Renee L Baron, Inc 242-2821.

2 BLOCKS to ocean Jay Beach newer
condos, consider lease option. $269,900.
Owner/Agent. 568-4818
PV BCH 2BR/2BA w/ fireplace, all applian-
ces stay, $175.900, 2151 Seahawk Drive,
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
655-7923 (cell)
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SI I OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
PVB - OWNER FINANCE from every room. $514,900. Owner; agdnt
Only $6K down, new 202/+ lakeview, 568-4818
$209K. last onel 727-458-4230 . . .- -- ..


PVB. 1BR/1BA w/gorgeous view. new ap.
pliances, tile Exc amenities $159.900
708-3809.


rUBO, SAwGR SS Beacn hlD ucean-
side Condo. 1100st. 1BR/1BA. garage,
$340,000. (904)635-9349


CONDOS LVING

'Enjoy a carefree Cifestye1!


AT THE BEACH:
OCEAN'S EDGE - 1BR, 2BR, and 3BR condos east of
A1A in south Jax Beach. Brand new & beautiful! Call
for pricing and availability.

SEAPlACE -- 2BR. 2BA renovated condo is only 1 2
block from ocean in Atlantic Beach. New kitchen &
baths and orily steps from the pool. $310,000.

THE PALMS AT MARSH NDING - MOTIVATED!
3BR 2BA condo v,," garage, large corner balcony,
vaulted ceilings, FP, all appl., storage. $248,500.

THE VIAS AT HARSH LANDING - 3BR 2BA with,
.GARAGE, end unit, no one above you, .jP, all appl..
incl. washer & dryer, screened lanai. $255,000.

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 11AM-1PM
CRAN Q AY W AS 201 Colima Ct., #1227, PVB--- No
car needed! This 2BR. 2BA condo in gated, quiet,
woodsy setting is close to all the shopping &
restaurants you will need. $199,900.-

ON THE SOTHSE:
THE RESERVEATPOWNTE MEADOWS -L IBRIBA
ground floor condo w..lots of windows, appliances,
.bonus. locked storage room and fabulous amenities.
$145,000 ,


SOTHERN GRCOVE- -- Tired of conversions? This 2BR,
2BA condo was built as a coido, concrete c-nstruction. -
Monthly fee incl. cable & water. . $154,90Q. '


OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY OCT. 21, 2:4PM
THE SERVEE AT POINTE MEADOWS 7800 Point
Mea4ows Rd., #1216, Jax REDUCED! 1BR IBA
Puin'r fl6ir conffP ,/rte. Seller to pay lyr HOA,
*ees & some closiing-eosAs. 155,500..
Let me ,iel you findyour dream home!


, Sherri �eno,

904ao651-183

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BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA, Atlantic Beach
condo; move-in condition. distressed prop-
erty, sell for only mortgage balance of
$113.480. (805)377-2430, (904)803-5359
OCEANVIEW 3/2, exc cond Conoo lee
$239/mo. Motivated seller $699,000. Day
phone 553-0509, after 5pm 241-2443




Sea State Realty Corp.
-- "The Listing Specialist"
S" MLSI NEAR Member
Waterfront Community Condos
2BR/2BA w/den -$134,909
2BR/1.5BA -$133,900
1BR/1BA-$85,000
Waterfront Condo
2BR/2.5BA -$137.500
Call: Larry Dukes, Broker
(904) 537-0679


SINGLE WIDE 2BR/2BA + storage shed.
'87, -PEAC, $9000, excerlent condition.
14036 Downs Lane #580, Portside. Call
708-0731, 241 8718.

BEACHES OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE,
2850sf., $2850/mo includes utilities. Call
Bart @241-3111 (Ext 11).


PVB, 3BR/2BA Townhome' WDHU, lyr.
lease. No pets $950/mo. +$950/sec.
249r650t ,233-7224.
LARGE 1BR w/loft, Neptune Beach, Sum-
mer Sands. All new appliances, fireplace.
garage. $850/mo. 993-7328.
3BR/2.5BA 8 blocks from beach;,. ile
floors; granite counter tops: stainless steel
appliances, 2 car garage; $1500/mo. +
$1500 deposit, no pets; call Cindy, 241-
5251 or 451-9208.


JAX BEACH, east of AMA, 2/1, large up
stairs, CH&A, WD. pnvate deck. $1120.
821-9751/ 803-3099
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA condo' Club
pool, exercise & morel $875/mo
3BR/2BA. $51200/mo All South Realty.
241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH Duplex (downstairs)
2/1. 2 blocks from beach, patio, backyard
W/D, storage room 1300 sqft, $1200/mo
318-2121
ATLANTIC BCH off Seminole Rd Beauti-
ful newer 3/2 5 townhome, 1011it ceilings
light & bright, hardwood floors. I car gar
small fenced backyard, 8 blocks to beach
$1495/mo., flexible terms. Call June, Firsi
Trust Realty, 994-3608.
MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town
home CH&A. WDHU, 1239 Mayporn
Landing Dr., 5790/rpo . $700 dep., 280
2728, leave message
OCEANVIEW, JAX BCH
2/1. apartment, 101C 16th Ave. S CH/A
WDHU No dogs $995/mo. +$500/deposil
211 N 81h St. 1/1 apanment. No dog-
$625/mo. Broker/ Owner, 249-8766 Call
anyway!
NEPTUNE BEACH, 1 1/2 blocks ocean.
2BR/1BA office, 1092sf, CH&A. W/D
dishwasher $1025/mo. +$850/dep No
dogs 246-8220
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1BA. hardwood
liloors. CH&A, WDHU, 1.5 blocks to
beach, Ist/ last mo, rent, SD, 1 year
lease $900/mo. Donna Ross Real Es
late. Inc. 246-4862.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South.
1BR/1BA. $685/mo (904)8910606,
(352)478-2161.
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/2BA condo, just steps
to ocean! Club pool. $875/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
JAX BEACH-, Immaculate 3BR/2BA unit in
the Palms. ground floor, lakeview unit. Fit-
ness center, pools, tanning, rerinis, club
house. & morel $1250/mo 904-372-9222
Broker.
-2/1 201 N. 9th St. $700/mo t $700 dep.
Non-smoking, no pets 246-9162, ext 5#.
1BR APT for rent, $600/mo plus
$400/dep. 514-3690


Brand New Town home
1/2 block to the Ocean,
South Jax Beach
3-story, 3bdrm/3.5ba, 2-car garage, Absolutely Beautiful!
Stucco, SS A 1.-Granite countertops, Open floor plan-
crown molding & more...Ocean views
from master balcony. $2200/month
Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer
571-9821


ATTENTION RENTERS
We have OCEAN FRONT properties
- as well as properties from Mayport to
Ponte Vedra all displayed with photos at:

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Visit us or call: (904)249-3077
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Property Subdivision Rent BR/BA
6503 Burnham Circ. Hammock Cove - TPC $2,000 3/2.5
12909.Hunt Club Rd.N Jax Golf& CClub '$2,.100 3/2
732 Selva Lakes Cir. Selva Lakes $1',695 3/2.5
1901 N. 1st St. #1603 Pelican Point-Oceanfront $1,875 .2/2


3401 Ocean Cay Cir. Ocean Cay
691 Paradise Ln. (New; Paradise Preserve
13533 Aquiline Cir. Osprey Point
695 Hwy AIA #135 The Fountains


$1,950 3/2
$1,499 3/3
$1,800 4/5/2.5
$1,295 3/2


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BEACH RENTALS 51 V1 5 W- T,151
Unfurnished Homes The Courtyards - AB 3BR/2.5BA, Riverbrook at
Serena Point - JB 3BR/3BA, new private, updated unit w/garage, patio, Glen Kernan - Hodges
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/lBA, top backyard, corner lot, 2700sqft, two car
Oceanside 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. Pablo 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.
q 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. IBR/IBA, ground floor. $875/mo. 2BR/2BA, second floor, screened porch, 2
Oakbridge at Sawgrass - PV I BR/IBA, ground floor. $900/mo. fireplace, amenimues $950/mo.
i 4BR/2BA, home has screened lanai, Reserve at Pointe Meadows - Gate Beleza - PV 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor top/
water to golf views, 2 car garage. Pkwy 2BR/2BA2nd floor condo w/tile end unit, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, all 1
o $1700/mo. floors, upgrades, balcony. $1095/mo. upgraded. $1 100/mo.
SawgrassPlayersClub-PV2BR/2BA, Wolf Creek - Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, Palms at Marsh Landing- JB
home has wood deck w/lagoon to golf townhouse, all upgraded, screened Screened porch. tile floors, amenities.
course views, remodeled. $1500/mo. porch, amenities. $1100/mo. 1BR/IBA, 3rd floor, vaulted celings.
434 9th Avenue N. - JB 3BR/IBA, L Villagio - Southside 2BR/2.5BA $850/mo.
home has hardwood floors, all new two . story condo w/upgrades 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit,
15 interior, fenced backyard. $1400/mo. throughout, amenities. $1200/mo. vaulted ceilings. $1 00/mo.
SVillages of Soho - PV Brlgltwater - (late 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, w/wood floors,
o 3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft, 2BR/2.5BA, townhouse w/upgrades fireplace, private garage. $1150/mo
garage, patio, very neutral and clean, throughout, porch, garage. $1250/mo.
$1350/mo. 3BR/2.5BA, end unit. $1250/mo. . REMAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE ,
Beach Avenue - AB 2BR/IBA, 2nd Stonefield at Bartram Park l- -J Shannon Smith
o story duplex, ocean views, wood deck, Mandarin 3BR/2.5BA, newer two w (904) 285-5640
. wood floors. $1200/mo. story courtyard home, 1975 sqft, 2 car www.rentthebeaches.com
. ... , garage, amenities. $1550/mo.

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


October 20, 2006


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MOBILE 'HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri-
vate lots Near Mayport Naval Station, no
'dogs, 333-5579
JAX BEACH- 2BR cottage near ocean,
CH&A, WDHU. no pels, $925/mo + $500
deposlti. 246-3130


ATLANTIC BEACH, 62 Ocean Blvd.
2BR/1BA, W/D Included, CH&A, tile floor,
1 block to ocean. $1200/mo. 1st, last and
security. 838-6333.
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOME in Atlanlic
Beach, 5 blocks to ocean. $1200/mo +
$1200 dep., 591-1226.


HOM FR EN


1BR, W/D, utilities Included, no pets. 235 JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2,car
Canal Blvd., bottom unit. $775/mo. garage, lanced yard, $1250/mo +.deposit.
+$500/dep. 333-0734' 814-5278.


ATLANTIC BEACH Cottage. Beach Ave.,
oceanvlew, 2BR/1BA. fireplace, skylights,
cable TV. No smoking, no pets.
$1450/mo, 241 -6913, 887-9596.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands
.Townhome, VERY CLEAN, 1500sq,
3/2.5, W/D, garagepool, No Pets. Non-
SmoKers, $1280/mo. 655-2718
ATLANTIC BEACH/ MAYPORT AREA
1129 Sebago Ave. So./ Oak Harbor
All new 3BRI/2BA, tlle/ carpet, fenced yard,
no pets, year lease $1200/mo. 631-3583
or 612-8868.
1901 Challenger Ct. West/ Courtyards
2BR/2BA loft, tile' carpet, new appliances,
private courtyard, no pels, year lease.
$950/mo. 631-3583 or 612-8868.
ACROSS STREET from ocean, 2BR./1BA,
CH/A, WDHU. 808 First St,. So. Jax
Beach, Apl 3 888-259-0783. credit
check


WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH/A. ce-
ramic tile, approk 900sl. 405 14th Ave S,
Jax 'Bch. No peas. $825/mo, $825/sec."
dep. (904)343-9908.


NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. renovaiea
2BR. all amenities, avail soon, $1100/mo
247-1417:.. 1BR, near ocean. $750/mo
JAX'BEACIH Studio apt.. $500/mo Also
1BR/1BA $625/mo. Just 4 blocks to
ocean. All South Realty, 241-4141.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219.
FURNISHED, STUDIO, W/D. Sawgrass
Beach Club .villa. $850/mo. Please Call
838-9598 between 9am-5pm.


SBR 1BA condo at. Te Palms at Marsh
Landing. Country Club amenities.
,$850/mo. 616-6617.
' OCEANFRONT- 3BR/2BA condo In S.
'Jax Bch. Convenient to shopping, JTBI
Club pool, garage & morel $1700/mo. Al-
'so, 2BR/2BA $1400/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
BEACHFRONT- 1BR/, 1BA .108 Orange.
St, Nap Bch. downstairs, $1050/mo Incl.
ull. (661)803,,6275.
'OLEAN 3BR Townhouse, near ocean,
Neptune Bch; $1295/mo. Charles Leo-
. nard, Broker. 241-7675.
'JAX BEACH, East of 3rd. Walk to beach
2BR/1.5BA townhome'. $1050/mo. Pets
'OK.' 242-9195 .. .
LARGE 1 bediodm Excelleqlt location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.


' JAX BEACH.
New,Large 3'BR-2.5BA l-Iury lownhlome.
7 blocks to ocean, $1620/mo' rent or
$1820/mo. Rent toOwn w/Reasonable dn.
904-838-4103, www.weselljaxnomes.com
'JAX BEACH block & half from water,
2BR/1BA, CH/A. WDHU, FP,'.$695/mo.
'904-891-0,606 or 352:478-2161.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1BR/1BA, lower' du-
plex,-271 East Coast Dr, $800/mo., in-
cludes water util.,923-2545.


'223B. HOPKINS St,'Nep Bch. 'I1BR/1BA
Sufficiency. Apt. 1.5' blocks from ocean.
$775/mo. Lewis Realty (904)291-7229.
S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CHiA, WDHU.' East l 1si' St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.


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713 Belleza ' Ponte Vedra . 1/1
412 The Palms Ja.\ Beach - , 2/2
703 Villas of Marsh Landuig Jax Beach ' 2/2
36 The Colony , . Ponte Vedra 2/2
535 Ocean' Links , . Ponte Vedra 2/2
9757 Rough Creek Pomnte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 2/2
1106 Valencia Ja'x Beach/Beach Pkwy 2/2
744 Surmerhouise [I Beach Pomne VEdra 3/2
804 Templeton Lane Pone .Vedra/WValden Chase4/2
97 Voyager. Court . Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass TPC.3/2..
144 Shelby Coe Court Ponte Vedra " 4/25
'104 Crosscoe Circle 'Ponte Vedra/Seaside 4/3
505 Seascape .' Ja\ Beach/Oceanfrohn 3/2
13530 White Heron Place Jax/Pablo Bay 5/4
906 Mira Vista Atlantic Beach 3/3
10302 Ocean Grande Souti Ponte Vedra 3/3
905 2"' Street North. #C Ja\ Beach ' 3/3
201 Ponofino Palm \'alley 3/2
68-29"'A\enue South Jax Beach 3/2.5
560 LeMaster Dri.e Ponte Vedia 3/2
70 Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach 4/4


$2500 117 Deer Cove Drive Ponte Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5
$2500 408 Seaspray Lane - Ponme Vedra by the Sea 4/3
$2600 9910 Preston Trail Pc.nme \'edra/Sagrass CC 3/2.5
$2600 102 Mediterra Palm Valley 3/2.5
$2700 804 Merropolitan Jax, Beach/Oceanview 3/2
$3000 165 Barberon Lane Ponte Vedra/Saw grass TPC 3/2.5
53300 570 Ponte Vedra Bl.d Ponte Vedra 3/2.5
53500 605 LandmjrkCondominiumJa\ Beach/Oceanfront 4/3.5
54500 1550 Beach A\enue Atlantic Beach 4/3.5


$ 900/ kBejch Club Vilas. 'Sa grass Beach Club ftf.
$ 11l00/wk49 TlfIon Way North Sa% grass Country Club 2/2.5
$1 300/ k Deer Run Sawgrass Country Club 3/2
S1400 , The Colon) Pnte Vedra 2/2
$1500 741 Spinnaker's Reach Saw grass Beach Club I/1
51500/wk2503 S. Ponte Vedra
'Special Rate' S Ponte Vedr- 4/2.5
$1600 Sea Place Atlantic Beach .2/2
$1600/wk 2839 S. Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra . 3/1.5
$1600/w k The Retreat Pome Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2
'$1800/wk Ocean Manor Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 3/2
$1900 Loggerhead Lane Sawgrass/Players Club 3/2 5
52000 Las Bnsas Ja.x Beach/Oceanfront 2/2
$2000 "ista Del Mar Ja.\ Beach/Oceanside 3/2
52000 2011 Beach e aI3mo mini Allantc Beach/Oceahfront 3/2


$2200 Quail Point [1
$2200 9986 Rough Creek
'2300 92 Tifion Wa\ North
52500 Pehcan Point
$2500 31 Little Ba> Harbor
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront
$2700/k 2824 Coastal Hwy
$2900 68-291" A.enue South


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Neptune Beach'Oceanfrom 3/2.5 wiimenr 2600
Vilari. Beadc/Oceanftont/Puol 6/4 4000
lax Beach 3/2.5 2132


$3000 7033 Lndmark I? mo mm i Ja&\ Beach Oceanfront 3/2 1629
$3100/wk725 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Pone Vedra/Oceanfront/Pool5/3 3000
$3300 133 Sea Hammock Way Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1614
$5500 131 Beach A'em3mo.min Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400
"Other furnished properties also available
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Call today to book your next vacationll
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-SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/i.5BA, 6 blocks
to ocean $1300/mo. 710-5200.
ISLE OF Palms, 3BR/2BA, frpic , CH/A.
2 car gar., petls' OK. $1450imo. Call
962-9240.
SOLANO WOODS. 3/2/2, fenced yard.
hardwood floors throughout, Florida room,
exc. cond., $1600/mo. 864-6590.
PVB IN .TPC, 3BR/2BA townhouse,
1475s1., garage, W/D, fireplace.
$1495/mo Sigaraeve Shaughnessy.
904-537-0570 Preview at
www.sleveshaugnnessy.com
FURNISHED BUNGALOW w/ulillties
Long/ short term. 2/1, lenced yard, pets
OK. 4 blocks from beach. $1600/mo. Call
Broker/ Owner, Kirk Killebrew. 463-1131.


JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA home. 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$i000/sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. otf Penman and North 121h
Ave. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218
JAX BCH, 4 blocks Irom ocean, 3BR
1.5BA. CH/A, tile 8 carpels, new kit. cabi-
neis. $1,250/mo, plus $1100/dep. Dogs
30lbs ana under considered. 514-4229
Broker/ owner.


SELVA LINKSIDE- ATLANTIC BCH
3BR/2BA, great condition, 1654sf, over
looking golf course, low maintenance,
$1500/mo. 904 -219-7962


ADORABLE NEPTUNE Bch cottage, 2/2,
$1200/mo., recently updated, wood Iloors,
fireplace, steps to the beach Call
904-962-1729. _.
ATLANTIC 'BCH, -corpletely remodeled
4BR/2.5BA. 2-story w/ 2 car garage, off
street parking & fenced yard. Near May-
port school, beaches & base. $1500/mo
+dep. 869 Gavagan. Call for appt.
(904)910-6052.
SOLANO WOODS, 3/2, 1600sf., split BR's
w/wood floors, ceramic tile throughout,
open kitchen ,w/eal-ln-area, 'screened par
tfo, $1700/mo. TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125.
BRAND NEW construction, 4BR/2.5BA,
hardwood floors, granite countertop,
stainless steel appliances, fenced, 4
blocks from ocean, 52200/mo., call
Mark; 591-6976. ' , I' -
SUPER CLEAN, 3BR/2BA In Atlantic
Beach $1050/mo. Brand new ceramic tile
Ihru-oul 1904)242-0257.
ATL BCH, 9th St., 2 biks Irom ocean and
park, 4BR/2BA. Rent $1495/mo or rent to
own k904)568-6004..
JAX BCH, 3BR/1BA, furnished, huge yard,;
close to ocean. No pets. $950/mo. +de0p.
254-8662, 710-0540 ' .
VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2.. 2360sf. FR,
DR, office, sunroom.. $1450/mo. TDO
Management. 246-1125.


ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 1:.blk. to
.ocean,'3BR/2.5BA, 1850sq4..ft., available
now,'219-2481. ." ' '
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1-.5BA, '1450sl., 1212
15th Ave. N., 12 blocks to beach, close to
Fletcher HS, Florida room, large kitchen,
W/D, fenced - yard.' Avail. 11/1/06.
$1350/mo. 710-2600; 534-3411.


COTTAGE ACROSS.frorrfocean. 512 1st
St'. South. Jax Beach,.$850/mo. VIP Real-
:.t. . 962-6190. ': . .-* -
WEST BEACHES. Ashley Woods,' 3/2,
2100sl, formal LR/DR, GR, open kitchen
w/EIK area, huge .master BR/ BA,
$1425/mo. TDO Management ,Services.
246-1125. ... .
MOVE-IN SPECIAL, PVB, no sec. dep.,
3/2, 2 gar., cornm .pool, $1400, 315-6558.


�WEST. BEACHES," Sutton Lakes, 4/2,
S_ . 2300sf,.' Formal 'LR/DR, Family room
C attar RealtV. InCc. w/fireplace, carpet, cath ceilings, fenced
"* -y"' '- .. yard,'$1450/mo. TDO Management Serv-
: .Home Is Where ces 246-1125. _________
SThe Heart Is .2BR/1BA, 326 6th Street, Atlantic Beich.I
. - ,. ne'T".n...ea I , " $1600/mo:.-wilh ist. and last months, relint
� I ' -I- payable upon signing.' l.yer lease.. Pets
RENTALS AVAILABLE. 'al owed Cal Vlck or Taml a241-1656. :
JAX BEACHl- 428 3rd Ave. So., 2BR/1BAI
' Nep. Beach: ' house,' CH&A, fenced yard, $775/mo..
Si40s1 -hird StreetPlAIhb&.Park;.' (904)891-0606 or 1352)478-.1 t ,,-.- OTS
S1 r,2B JAX BEACH, 3/1 nev,,remodel, allappl.r;
PV Beach: ' lawn service; 809 8th'Ave..So, $1300/mo
.505'Boardwalk Dr.#224, Beileza i .dep. 246-2634. --
Condos, 2BR/2BA, 2ndfloor, ' OPEN HOUSE- Sat./ Sun. 13744 Weep-
~, II 2B , -"Afor .Ing, Willow Way, Jax, FL 32224. Rent
screened,porch, $1100 - $900/mo. Luxury 4/3, Pablo Bay home ]h
' attar Realt, I gaed community w/ pool. Avae. immed.
.,CaI.;0antar Remlty, inc. (321)652-0570.
SI -270.,0 I1 5"l SO. JAX Beach/ Riptide' 4/3, lumished or
WE'BUY HOUSES'!I: uniumished; .2400 si, $1950/mo,
. - .. (904)553-2352. , ', '


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PONTE VEDRA
PONTE VEDRA LANDING
3/2, 2 car gar.,1347sf, $1150/mo.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
CONSTITUTION COVE
3/2, 1 car ar., 1700sf, $1795/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH
CYPRESS COVE
3/2. 2 car gar., 1340s, avail 11/10,
$995'mo
3/2, 1 car gar.. 1410st, avail 11/10,
$995/mo
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
3/2. 1005sf. $850/mo.
ICW
QUEENS HARBOR
5/4, 2 car gar.. 3200sf,. $3000'mo
KENSINGTON
5/3, 2 car gar., 2900sf. avail 11/1,
$1825/mo..
HICKORY LAKES
3/2, 2 car gar. 1854st, avail 11/1.
$1300/mo.
SUTTON LAKES
3/2, 2 car gar, 2000st, avail , 11/1,
$1495/mo.
COLLINSWOOD- OFF GIRVIN
3/2, 2 car gar..1900st. avail. 11/10,
$1395/mo.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3/2, 2 car gar., 1675sl. avail.. 11/15,
$1195.,mo
KERNAN FOREST
2/2, 1 car gar. 1100sl, avail. 11/1,
$995/mo.
WINDSOR CHASE
4!2, 2 car gar., '2000sf,'avail, 11/10
$1395/mo..
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK
3/2, 2 car gar., 1227sl1, $1050/mo
GRAND RESERVE
2/2, 1212sf. $1100/mo
WOLF CREEK
3/2.5. 1 car gar, 1764st, $1200/mo.
HAWKINS COVE
4/2, 2 car gar., 1932sf, avail. 11/1.
$1525/mo.
THE VALLEY
2/2, 2 car gar., 1100st, $900/mo
DANFORTH
4/2, 2 car gar., 1990sf. $1525/mo
SOUTHSIDE
DEER-COVE
3/2, 2 car gar., 1425sf,aval. 11/1
$1195.'mo. "
SONOMA SOUTHSIDE
3/2, 1310sl, 1395/mo.
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
4/2.5, 3 car gar., 2760sf, $1900'mo
ARLINGTON
. SHADOWOOD
2/2, 1292sf, avail. 11/10, $895/mo
' CARLTON ATOAK LANDING
,.2/2.5, 1042sI, $800/mo.
'':' . MERRILL PINES . '
' .,' ' 2/2,-1000stf'$895/mio ,
2/2..1120sl. $950/mo.
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
EAGLES HAMMOCK
S4/2, 2 car gar., 2000sl.'$1450i'mo.
4/2, 2 car gar:, 2114sf, $1400/mo'.
,4/2.5;,3 car gar., 2860sf, $1800/mo.
VICTORIA LAKES
3/2,-2 car gar., 2003si, $1295/mo.
S -"BONAPARTE CROSSING
3/2, 2 car gar..' 1730s1, avail. 12/1.
, : $1195/mo.
- HICKORY HILL
3/2.5, 2 car gar., 2220sf, avail, 11/10,-
S-- . $1395/mo.
' -TIDEWATER
4/3, 3 car gar.,2065sf; $1825/mo.
" 4/3.3 cargar., 2065sf $1795/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
.241-5501 OR 221-1711. "


INTRACOASTAL WEST. Indian, Spnngs,-
4/2' w/ 'loft, pool home on preserve,
$1650/mo. + sec. dep., 221-1630.. -


INTRACOASTAL. WEST- 3BR/2BA on
lake'-in' Kensinglon! Club 'pool & morel
$1200/mo: All South Realty, 241 4141.-


RENTAL 200


DECORATOR HIGH. END 2BR/2BA,
ocean froni condo, living room.and master
Bedroom" overlookingl, ocban w/balcohy.
- Front balcony 'overlooks Jax skyline.-fully
furnished great amenities, infiluding "cov-
ered parking. pool, hot ub, tennis, and
sandy B'eacth.' Call' 'tor "more -details',
398-9080 ext'211.
NEW CONDO. IBR. East of A1A; Club-
house 8' fitness room. $1150/mo.'Call
708-2867 , '. ..
OCEANFRONT FURNISHED, 2BR/2BA,'
$1800, 6 mo 'I'pool."Consider Lease Op-
tion. 568-4818.
PVB COLONY, MOTIVATED. 2BR/2BA,
' 1200s6, fireplace, W/D, 2nd floor, new ca'r-
pet, huge ceilings $1125/mo. 635-6375.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA. 3blks from
ocean. $1000/mo. $600/dep. Call Derek
349-6669. .-,. . .
2BR/2BA, GROUND Iloor, end .unit w/ga-,
rag'e, close t6 pool,' plenty. 'ol storage. In
The Palms @ Marsh Landing, $1100/mo,
Brett,.(619)819-5222.


PONTE VEDRA ocean grove completely.
renovated 1BR/1BA, screened porch, lake
view, .galed community, $850/mo. Susan'
(904)514-7150
BEAUTIFUL SUNSET VIEWS!i 1BR/1BA.,
The Palms Lots-bf ameriiities. _$850/mip.


ST'JOHNS'Forest- New, lovely, 4BR/3BA, ' Call Rachel (904)504-9793.., . -
3car, corimunity pool and I.rails,,great. PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA; attached -a-.
schools' ,vail, now. $1750/mo. w/garden- r. age furnislied .all appliances, iricludes'
rig.' yr.lease. Oct. free.(41.5)302-0514. W/D. $,1100/mo. Mark 338-3230. '
JAXi -BEfCHu 909 7tn, Ave.' North. PVB VILLAS at Marsh nLandiig,.:2/2,
2BRI./1BA.-house w/screened in porch, ,. $975/mo.;w/garage'$1050/mob.-TDO'Mans;-
ended yard, . CHA, $95/mo. agemen Services. 246-1125 -- -..
(904)891-0606 or.(352)4 78-2161. . .- ." - , a Services.. 24 125... V.. - .
,,'r5. .MU, E .... -. ovhmLro MUS oSE'-IiBRi2BAnp"cious brigh't-d&1"
NT teO STAL -.niEarb lanai D' it's t6 '
Crel OfW over 2200%'sqlh:t.71.0/n r '. J''TBblooks to beaconn T1450/f -
sec. dep:, 221-1630. (904)327-9788.
INDIAN SPRINGS, 4BR/2.5 BA., approx -
3000 sf, 2 car gar.,-adilirig $1650/mo t ' , * : * " ,
$1650 deposit.,- ready to move 'in, PVB OCEAN Grove 'Condos 1BR/ 1Bth -
(904)270-8515, 472-5913,,, , ' Prime* Lake View, -W/D, scregird patio,
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 3/2, one car gar.i pnvate ", ba:h u access.' 'ol$900/rth
excellentschools, many extras and build (904)704 7907 , t . .' .. .';.
tidA fl/ rs, fli 'Ps last. will'consider RTO. ',', ' . ,. ' ' --,.: .- .,,


leive call back message, 247-5116.'
ATLANTIGC BEAGH,:stuhning 3BR/2.5BA,'


OLD ATLANTIC BEACH. 316 7th St-, townhome, lusl 10-homes Irom oeacn; ex-'
. - ^- ;,..- 2BR/1.5BA, office,'cute cottage. No Pels. ceptional quality and condition; large mas-
PVB , No Smoking..$1700/mno, 904-571-3863.. tar bedloom'.suite;.1.5 -car 'garage; awe-
S adCa ias 2/2, $10001100SF . JAX Bch. 2BR/2BA lully furnished, 1 s ooop k"Available now. No
* Dol1hin 'Cov' -3/2, $1350, car garage, lenced yard Incl. wireless, in- p . "
1.. '. . ' lernet, & cable Completely ..updated. 3 NEP-BCH,'large'4BR 2BA, new aint, tile
l'400UU.F . . ... ' blocks from beach. F6r ph6tos"e-mail'rhia-. & carpet ilh 'gar,'plus',covered parking
Seaside 4/2, $2200, 2300 SF riaeugeniarojo@bellsouth.net. $1500/mo. for boat & RV. $1650/mo. 904-704-1828.
'. ARS L rANDn G"' Longqterm lease. (407) 394-5858.' 2 JB, 3/1; CH&A, WDHU, quiet sreet,'new
ATIANTIC'BCH towrihouse, 3.5BR/ 2BA, kitchen &"carpel, 1012 91h St. No.; $1175,
The Palms, 2/2, $1 150, 1-100 SF everylhing,.new, ceramic file throughout, no pets. 249-.1104-
BAY MEADOWS Lendin Must se l $1100/mo. 465-2163. on ATLANTIC BCH/ MAYPORT, Cypress
AgLanding. Must sea C/mo. 465-2163. Cove, spacious 3/2, +bonus room, fire-
Landings at, BelUe Rive. New 2/r PONTE 'VEDRA- EAST OF A1A., place, ,fenced yard, great condiUon! No
wv/garage, $1100, 1300 SF 3BR/2BAi- office. 2000sf',:2 car garage. smoking/pels. $1100/mo * deposit. 755-
Cgarage, ouilrtyard pqol, lawn/pool service Includ-: 4038.
REGENCY AREA . , ed. Pets OK.. $1900/mo. (904)703-0242. ,___
Kendall Pointe. New, free cable & PALM VALLEY, 3/2 Mobile Home. Quiet OCEAN VIEW home 3/2.5 beautiful home
internet, 2/2, $950, 1100 SF and serene. Month-lo-month' lease. 1/? block to Ihe' beach. All appliances,
$950/mo Owner/'Agednt. Cornerstone Re-." .wood floors, barber carpel, crown mold-
ATLANTIC BEACH alty, Inc. 904-339-0231. , .. Ing. Furnished or unfurnished. $2400/mo.
Close to base. 2/1, 91 Stanley Road 68- 29th Ave. South. (904)536-3308.
S 5 ' NAVIGABLE WATERFRO 2654 Jew- AX GOF. & Country. Club. 4BR 3.5BA,'
#4, $625ell Rd. 3/1. brick. rentt.0j. $1200/mo -2300/moinclawnmaint. Fencedyard
VIP Realty, 962-6190. pets allowed w/,deposit. 1904)219-9416 :


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'REALTY SERVICES. INC
SALES & RENTALS
Frankie
Parks-Lyon



P RO PE RT I ES

Atlantic Beach
+ 3BR/2BA condo, Seaplace-fumished,
pool. walk to ocean S1200/mo
Mayport
+ 2BR/2BA TH. Ma\port Landing,
5750 - $800tmo. AMore-in special
$200.00 off I" months rent.
+ 3BR/2BA. Mayport Landing..
nev. carpet. ne. appliances
$850/mo Atove-in special
+ 2518 America's Cup 3/2 home. 2 story
5900/mo
+ 3/2 H, Ridden Cove. 2 car garage on
pond - $1200/mo
Neptune Beach
* 3BR/1.5BA Apt, Acr6ss from Ocean.
\Wood floors - water included Ocean
view s' 51400/mo
eWE NEED RENTALS.
Call us for
Professional Property Management
Call 249-2322



WEST BEACHES, Ibis Poinl, 3/3 w/ofllce,
2400sf , GR w/fireplace, LR, DR, EIK, cov-
ered pallo, comm. pool, sprinkler system.
water softener. $1575/mo. TDO 'Manage-
merit Services. 246-1125.
INTRACOASTAL WEST. 3/2/2. 1540s1..
fireplace, new carpet, yard svc. No pets.
$1300/mo. 223-4058.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 1 block from
ocean. Charming french country style
home w/deck overlooking courtyard.
3BR/2BA, garage and parking. Avail from
Nov. $2200/mo. Call Rick 891-2345,


H OME$ FOR IU II


Oak 'Landing- 2BR/2BA -Prime location in Arlington/Ft, '
Caroline area close to Downtown, newly converted condo
fully furnished, screened porch,
upstairs'balcony. Short or long term
lease. $1,500 . "


Kelly Whitaker Payne 233-1991
Wanda Petersen 537-4594 .


1Il~~ ~IIUIWUUUPI L1 L I IM .


4Bdrm/3Ba -Open Fir Pin- Rich wood accents
throughout - extensive deck & tree canopy. Perfect
mix of home,'privacy, and nature.
$2200/month.


Call Margi Petitt 571-9821




Ponte Vedrai Beaches' Prime Rental-
Summerhouse-5 Star Amenities

3BR/2BA/FP townhouse with Direct Lake Views.
Completely remodeled! Beach access &
concierge services galore.
$1,500'furn. or unfurn. No pets.

Kelly Whitaker Payne 233-1991
Wanda Petersen 537-4594 g


' THE 'PALMS @ Marsh Landing' 2/2;
1150sf, 2nd 'floor, screened , patio
$ -1100/mo.,"Call Toma 333-4371 . "
. JAX BEACH. 2BR/2BA, split floor plan;
fireplace. 1028 4th St N., blocks'fromni
beach. $950/mo. 728-3000 (days),. 786-
2757.(evenings).
JAX BEACH, New 3BR/3BA, Northshore
'Condos,' 1126 N. 1st St.. consider -7mo.
lease $2100/mo. 904-614-3128.
OCEANFRONT; 2BR/2BA condo" fully for:
nished/ unfurnished. Available immediate-'.
ly. Long-lerm lease. 465-4101. " .
2/2, GARAGE, Jax Bch. $1100/mo. Call
812-251-4242..
OCEAN FRONT 2/2 -furnished w/ W/D,
$1800/mo, 386-5008. '
2/2 OCEANFRONT Condo, Jax Bch.
$1800!mo, Garage/ pool/ gym. No smok-
ing Call 724-6594.
AB,' HALF lock' from 'ocean; lumis'1ed;
3BR/2BA $1500/mo; no pets; 247-1049,
608-4325.
DEERFIELD LAKES 3BR/1.5BA, includes
eal in kitchen, washer/ dryer, new carpet
& paint. Like new $925/mo
(904)571-5517. . .
1BR/1BA W/GARAGE; travertine stone
floors, deck, new appliances, granite
counterlops,'nice; $950, 463-0505.
SAWGRASS/ OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA �
w/loft' as bedroom/ office/ gym.' Pets' OK.
Resort amenities. Extras: W/D, ceiling
fans, fireplace, tile in laundry and
screened porch. $1000/mo. +1mo. depos-
It. Call Bruce at 377-5051.
PONTE VEDRA. Walk To Beach. Furnish-
ed 1BR/1BA,- waler-to-golf view, pool,
tennis. $1250/mo. -includes utilities.
396-9544 or (904)608-0962.
FURNISHED. PVB; 2/2, flat, gated com-
munity w/5 star amenities, east o AlA.
$1500/mo. Lease/. Option available. Call
Broker/ Owner, Kirk Killebrew, 463-1131.


2 BLOCKS to ocean, Jax Bch, newer
2BR/2BA, consider lease/ option, $1175,
568-4818.
ATLANTFC BEACH, Deerfield Lakes. For
lease, newly remedied condo, PBR/ I 1 +
1/2 BA, AC, security system, electrical ap-
pliances, no pets, $850/mo.,deposit $850
(904)781-6528.


Experience
'The Condo Lifestyle'
in Ponte Vedra
Enjoy 'five star' services
. and amenities!.
Long Term Rentals
1/1 furnished $850-$900
All new interiors!!
Unfurnished
1/1 w/fp/screened lanai $995
2/2' w/fp and w/d $950-$1000
2/2 w/fp and screened lanai
$1250-$1300
Pool.. Tennis..Clubhouse
Planned Activities .
Too much to lisLyou must visit!
Suncoast Management, LLC
(904) 285-4840



OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes, & condos From $500 per
weekl Ali South Realty, 2414141.


SOUTH JB, 1BR/1BA, 3rd floor, $850/mo.
hardwood floors, patio, fireplace, gated,
nice view (904)534.4559, avail 11/1/06.
OCEAN FRONT, new 313 garage, pool,
consider lease option 6" months plus,
$2575/mo 568-4818.
3/2 CONDO w/great ocean views RE-
DUCED $1600/mo. No dogs. 477-4640.
OCEANFRONT
JAX Beach, 3/2, pool, 1800+ sq. h.,
$2500/mo. t deposit. No pals, No smoK-
ing, 904 463-2006
SUMMER HOUSE, PVB, luxury top floor
2/2, live star amemnies,W/D, no
pets/smokers OCT. FREE! $999/mo +de-
posit, 755-4038.
2/2 CONDO in Jax Beach/ Marsh Landing,
totally remodeled in '05, $1000/mo..
1904)591-6796
PVB- Summer House. 2BR/2BA, end
unit. 1-sory, large yard. $1195/mo
(9041)612-6532 or (904)641-5564.
PVB IN TPC, 3BR/2BA townhouse,
1475st.. garage, W/D, fireplace.
$1495,'mo Steve Shaughnessy.
904-537-0570. Preview at
www.sreveshaughnessy.com
FURNISHED STUDIO. W/D, Sawgrass
Beacn Club villa. $850/mo. Please Call
838-9598 between 9am-5pm.
i PVB, 2BR/2BA, 1100sf., 2nd floor unit,
wigarage, fireplace. WiD. vaulted ceilings,
walk to beach, quiet location. $1000/mo.
904-742-0508.
RIDE BIKE to beach! 3,2 almost new con-
do, 1 mile from ocean. $1200/mo.,
(904)708-0391
VILLAS AT MARSH Landing- 2BR/2BA.
marsh view, screened porch, fireplace,
new appliances, fitness, pool, gated,
$995/mo' 247-9727.
2/25, WATERFRONT, 1140 st, W/D,
$995/mo, 1 yr lease. non-smokers, only,
543-9910.
1/2 MONTH FREE rent. Villas At Marsh
Landing, 1/1, upper, place. screened la-
nal' $850/mo. TDO Management :Serv-
ice? 246-1125.
CONDO -FOUNTAINS", Ponte Vedra, 695
A1A N. 3BR/ 2BA. Lease $1295. or
buy $239.900. Very clean. 246-6649.


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S. JAX Bch. 2BR. fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www.rentjacksonvillebeach.com
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrenlal.com or 535-3911 or
35-3828.
OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly, yearly Call
(904)249-8269.
OCEANFRONT 1 OR' 2BR, weekly/
monthly, pool, 463-7343.'


ROOMS, S500/mo. +utilities & cable. Full
kitchen, large backyard. Close to Beach
233-6528.
GREAT PLACE. for right person, no dra-
ma. Leave message. 333-2624.


TWO FEMALES looking for roommate. .
$650 +1/3 fees and utilities. Exclusive MIr-
avista, gated, pool, hot tub, health club,
waterfront w/marina view. Room has own
bathroom, brand new- large unit, 2700st.
(904)463-2845.


JAX BEACH, walk to beach, bodrom floor
bedroom, private barn, $500/mo.
237-4354.


3BR/2BA LAKEFRONT home. MayportV
Atlantic Bch., $375/mo + 1/2 utlities
Available Oclober 28th, 249,4646.
3BR/1.5BA, 'COMPLETELY renovated. 9
miles from ocean, $425/mo. - deposit; in-.
cludes utilities. 403-7389. .


OFFCE*PAC 26


INDIVIDUAL QUALITY Executive Office,
overlooking golf course In S Jax Beach.
Call 241-5553 x15.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE sulle. approx.
1000 sqtt. signage avail, at 3010 S. 3rd
St. Call 1247-1770 for Info,,
AlA & JTB Office Space
Leasing 600 - 1,200sf (f-) avail. Nov. 1st.,
$1,000 to $1.900/mo. + tax. UNETA Lic.
RE, Brk. (904)306-7778.
APPROXIMATELY 750 at. quality office
space overlooking golf course In S. Jax
Beach. Call 241-5553 x15.
EXCELLENT SPACE for lease, Beach
Plaza on Beach Blvd. Call Jonathan, 866-
6937.


JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Warehouse for
lease, 3629sf. Office Inclyded. Large park-
Ing lot, beach side of Intracoastal
(770)929-1721, (678)525-0854.


FREE KITTENS. 3'tortoise shell. So cutel
Please call 382-2071.


3 HAPPY, Healthy calico kittens are ready
for a good home. Call Kirsten 246-5548.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, matpre. Call Kitty,874-6062.


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FOUNp MALE Pug Atlantic Bch. Call' to
describe 249-1989
LAB MIX, PUPPIES. Females.. Shols and
wormed. $20 to good home. 743-2042.


DOBERMAN PUPPIES,.. $500, AKC,
chatnpion bloodline; bik/tan,, red/rust:
lalls/dc, POP, 339-4579


QUALITY EXECUTIVE Office, 195sf,
$345/mo. PVB. Furnished/ Unlurnished. SHIH TZU puppies. 2 males 841 female, 9
874-3385. wks. old, 962-5466.


PROFESSIONAL OFFICE space In Nep-
tune Beach, 1200 sqft. w/ 5 large offices,
1400 sqfl. open floor plan (build to suit), or
combine space for 2600 sqtt. Recently
renovated, 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 @ 700sf
ea. (one has a kitchen/ lunch area); one
'downstairs unit @ 1400sf.- rental rates
are from $760 base per month, depending
on size and amenities. Call 247-1770 for
appt. to view.
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FOUND- 2 cream/tan Shlh .Tzus on Assisi
Lane. No collars. Call Carrie at 252-0378.
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
don 246-3600.nn


PART-TIME COOK will prepare & serve
meals for up to 90 children. Order sup-
plies, sanitation and other related duties
1851 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach. EOE
242-9645.
DEPENDABLE, EXPERIENCED Sales-
person to work at furniture consignment
store 10-6pm, 2-3 days per week
241-5558.

SERVERS
PART-TIME evenings In our main, dining
room. Flexible schedule. Some holidays
and weekends necessary. Great work en-
vironment. Appllcatllons at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904)246-9447;
mail to: Joba@fleetlandlng.com Web-
site: fleetlanding.dom. EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace
CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE- Instructors
At Sea. Part-time instructors are needed
in geography, anthropology, math, philos-
ophy, sociology, speech, psychology and
government. A master's degree in the
subject.being. [aught or a master's degree
with 18 graduate hours in the discipline
being taught Is required. Classes will be
held aboard deployed US Navv ships.
Each reaching assignment is approx 8
weeks. Contact: Central Texas Col-
legeJohn Hunt. Fax. 757-440-5317. EEO.
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed lor busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
ous kennel experience preferred. Apply in
person. Beaches Animal Clinic. 937
Beach Blvd., Jax Beach. 246-2045.


COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area,
PT/FT, afternoons & Saturday. Call 285-
5644.
PRESCHOOL SPORTS Coach. 15 hrs
per week, $15/hr. Must have experience
with kids. 904-081-7612 or email resume:
dordila oyahoo.com
BATHROOM TECHS
& CUSTODIAN
Self motivated, fast moving, Ilexible, mulll-
iask person, Must. be able to follow dl-
rections. Reliable transportation a must
6pm-10:30pm, or later. Call Debble after
2pm. 285-3400. ext. 3352, DFWP.R


L2ST- '.AIREDALE ' .Terrier,' Fer14'n-, VDISP WASHERS, PIT
Black & Tan,"60 lbs, Neptune each 904- at icar's Landing (Ponte Vedra). Excel
838-0862,, . - . leht pay. Drug free workplace, EOE. Call
273-1734.


AMANDA'S PLACE has moved to Waves
Salon. Call 249-3011.. .


JIM. FROM Air Tran 'Flight 931 on 10/9'
ATL to JAX. Owe you a'dinnerlb Call MP.
850Q 599-1358.. ... . -.. .;- 1 -
IF YOU are interested In advertising, under
this category'please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classifled@beachesleader.co'ni


p/T. SITTER, regular basis for weekdays,
occasionally weekends. References a
', must, 372-9633.


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


LEGALSERVICES 4B20 HOUSEKEEPER FOR elderly apartment
building to care for public areas, flexible
DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE iUcon-. hours. Apply In person: Pablo Towers. 115
rested divorce papers. Without Kids (while South 3rd Street. EOE.
you wait) With kids (a little longer) Since NOW HEA THISI
1981/by appt. only (904)641-2187. ' .- � � n , ,, .. , ,,,E,A ....


ping/ NEEbD A Math Tutor? T tutor up th ough
. , . Algebra I. 247-8609. .

rInation, PIANO LESSONS
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to ybur
home. Piano Tuning also . available:
I'7OOO "n 241-4954, 655-3300. '. ' , -
IF YOU are interested in advenising'under
this category please' call 904-249-9033'or
email: classilled@beachesleader.com


haml ,UIUUU plus yearly. -jpena .. Iays
* with me, ,IIT prove 11 to you. The #1 com-
mercial aerial, photography in the USA is
recruiting sharp, high class sales' reps in
your area. N6 travel. Call Charles Berdel
at 1-800-767-2553.
NANNY NEEDED, PVB, requires light
housework & reliable transportation to pick
up toddler from 'school, P/T 12pm-6pm
,weekdays. 923-7796
SERVERS AND Bartenders needed for
Georgia/ Florida 'and ACC games. Call'
249-8269.


LIMO DRIVER needed good pay, call 446-
5881 anytime
PERSONAL TRAINER. Marsh Landing
Country Club seeks a nationally accredit-
ad certified personal trainer with experi-
ence to design safe and effective pro-
grams for our members. Flexible sched-
ule CPR cert. Apply In person, Tues -
Sun PV/Beach. 285-1909. Drug
testing/E.O.E.
'TEACHER'S ASSISTANT NEEDED as a
Substitute or 1pm-6pm, M-F In Beaches
Pre-school. Call 246-0433.
BOND'S BAR-B-OUE in Neplune Beach
nas openings for ail positions, F.T & P/T
Apply in person. 2pm-5pm daily
HHA, CNA, & Companion Sitters wanted
for SS, ARL Beaches areas Top Payl
Apply @ 3515 Hendricks Ave. Underhill
Staffting, Inc. #HHA21206096

Cashier Fri nighi wine party; wine knowl-
edge helpful, Sat, counter/ kitchen help.
273-4785
ACTIVE NANNY needed, 35 flex hours In-
cludes Fri. or Sal. night, $12/hr., occasion-
al travel. (9041858-3799
AM COOK, 9:30am-l:30pm, Ahernoon
Teacher, 3-6pr. lor church pre-school at
the beach. Some experience required
Dependable applicants only, 246-2891 for
interview
PT DRIVER for upscale retirement com-
munity. CDL required with P endorsement,
20 hours per week.-Apply within The At-
rium Retirement Community 9960 Atrium
Way. for directions please call 724-4726
or fax resume to 721-3972.


EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our leami If you can excel at inside
sates & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may 'have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will .Join .a Nation-
al company & work In Ponte Vedta 'Beach.
Prefer candidate with experience in inside
sales, customer service,' or Telemarketlng.
Excellent communication skills a must.
Ability to handle business accounts Base
pay plus commissions. FT/PT, -no eve-
nings, or weekends. Fax resume:
1904)285-0010 or mail:
jlm@medlaKids.com
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. CallApril, 246-9999.
PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
seeking experienced SALES REPRE-
SENTATIVES for fast growing office with
new marketing campaigns and expansion
plans. Must have sales expenence with
strong work ethic and great attitude. Ex-
cellent opportunity for flexible pours, top
pay, high commission with advancement/
management opportunity and no weqk-
ends, Call 207-7757 ext. 20. -.
TRACTOR TRAILER lire repair; Mon-Fri,
day shitll: Excellent pay, benefilsl Apply:
5912 New Kings. Rd.; Jacksonville, FL
32209
SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB: AM
& PM Line Cook Weekends required. Pay
neg.. with exp. Fax 904-246-9121, mail
accounting@selvamarina.com, or-apply in
person DFWP .
ADMIN ASS/ Title'ClerK. For Busy Beach-
es retail business. Must have attention-to
detail, good people skills. Fun-place to-
work. Some Saturdays required. Please
tax resume to 223-5499.' ' 1 -.'
LITTLE- EXPLORERS ' Preschool is now
hiring P/T and F/T Assislants and Substi-
lutes; Experience preferred, but- not- re-
quired. All employees are eligible for ben-'
efits Immed.ately. Please apply in person
or call April at 241-7075.


CUSTOMER SERVICE- Tired of spending
gas mon3y to gel to the city? Looking for
smaller office setting w/great benefits in-
cluding profile snaring? Atlantic Beach of-
fice Minimum 3 yrs AiR, / A/P. 3yrs cus-
tomer service Computer,'interet literate
Looking for self motivated, deal orlenled
person Job entails purchase orders, data
entry, coordination of drivers, warranty fil-
ings, price comparisons, general office
work, www tranditplus.com. Smoke free
office. Fax resume 221-2705 Specify po-
sition desired on lax.
PREP COOKS, Pizza makers, Cashiers
and Servers. F/T & PrT. Apply at all Al's
Pizza locations.
GOLF SHOP Attendant Marsh Landing
Country Club niing F/T. but will consider
P/T applications Outgoing personality
and social interaction, telephone and com-
purer skills Ths is a customer service po-
sdon with thie following key job compo-
nents taking reservations, billing/ collect-
ing lees, goll shop retail sales/ mnerchan-
dising. shop appearance. $9-$10mnr +
benefits Please apply in person Tues-
day- Sunday. Call 285-6459 for directions.
Drug testing/ EOE
SOUS CHEF SERVERS. LINE Cook.
Dishwashers.. Fine Dining. JJ's Bistro.
Ponle Vedra. 273-7980. Gale Parkway,
996-7557
SALES REPS. top pay. no wkds, inbound
inside sales, flexible rirs , advancement
opportunity ,730-2031 exi 210.
DINING ROOM SERVERS' & BANQUET
SERVERS. Marsh Landing Country Club
has lull lirpe & part time positions availa-
ble. Starting al S10.'hr Excellent benefits
for FT. Apply In person Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 Ior directions Drug
testing,'EOE.

MARINE ENGINEER , DDE mii req., St.
Johns River Ferry Service: contact Fred
Barley, i904)241-9969 ext. 11, or Wayne
Toole (904)241-9969 ext 10.'
HOUSEKEEPERS' MONDAY-FRIDAY.
Seeking responsible reilabje individuals.
Must be bondable. Serious Inquiries only.
Leave msg at 716-8824.
PAINTERS, WORK at the beach: $8-
14/hr., call Jeff, 728-8398.
NANNY NEEDED. Must travel wifamily.
$750'wk: Experience required. 904-858-
3799.

FULL TIME Receplionsu Data Entry.
30 year old consulting company located
, on Hodges Blvd. Is seeking a Reception-
isv/Data Entry person. Must have proles-
sional appearance and a iJolite speaking '
voice Expenence in answering a multi-
'line telephone system is desired. Basic
computer skills are required. Must be able
to accurately input customer information
into a computerized database system.
Other .duties include creating reponrs,
maintaining inventory ahd other general
clerical functions. Working hours are Mon-
day- Friday. 9:00,1o 6-00 Please email
your resume, to maii@balescompany.com
or fax to 421-2100.
RESTAURANT MANAGER/MAITRE D'.
Marsh Landing Country Club has lull time
position available. Salary plus commis-
slon based on experience. Excellent bene-
fits. Apply in person Tuesday-Saturday.
Call 285-6514 for directions. Drug
esting,'EOE.
* BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Inlercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. .Call 249-'0360.
INFANT TEACHER needed -Mon- Fn, 9-
5pm. Must be patient, flexible, dependa-
ble, sense of humor 1851 Beach Blvd,
'Jax Bch, FL 32250. EOE. 242-9645. email
resume: .ToApply@comcast.nel


CARIBBEE KEY looking for experienced
Line Cooks. Apply in person between
l0am-4pm M-F, 100 First St. N , Nep Bch.


HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED. 249-2254


BEACHES CO seeking computer literate
customer service oriented individual for
entry front office position. Call 246-9162.
ext. 0#.
RECEPTIONIST/ SECRETARIAL
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
call 285-7608.
DIETARY SERVERS
A.M & P.M., Fn & PN
DISHWASHERS, P/T
at Vicar's Landing (Ponte Vedra). Compet-
itive pay, benelts, 'bonus and schlorships
awarded annually. Drug free workplace,
EOE Call 273-1734

DIETARY AIDE
Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a 165-bed
Nursing anti Rehab Center seeks a HS
grad to help with all dietary related func-
lions, including preparing, serving and de-
livering meals and snacks To our resi-
dents. You will also have cleaning and
washing duties. Must be at least 18 years
of age and nave the ability to speak, read,
write and follow directions In English.
Avante offers excellent compensation &
premium benefits, including 401(k)
Please apply in person at: 1504
Seabreeze Avenue, Jacksonville Beach.
FL 32250. EOE.
$300 HIRING BONUS D Licensed Secur-
ity Officers needed'tlo work upscale gated
communities and condominiums in Jax
and Pontie Vedra Beach. Apply in person
or online at: First Coast Security Services,
6817 Sourhpoint Pkwy #1001, Jackson-
ville, FL 32216 (904)281-0070
www.hrstcoastsecurityonline.com
LAWN MAINTENANCE Tech needed. No
experiencenecessary. will train Must be a
non-smoker while at work. $8ihr. to start,
more $ with experience.. Call AAron
861-7431.
MARKETING EXPERIMENTS is seeking
a Web Developer to oversee the Technolo-
gy department, including spec develop-
menl, project management, testing and in-
tellectual capital protection. 'Position re-
cuiires proficiently in: Joomla, PHP, CSS.
HTML, XHTML and Database Manage-
ment. XML a plus. A minimum of 5 years
experience required. Salary commensu-
rate with experience. Must be willing to
relocaie,lo Jacksonville Beach, Fl. Please
send resume to. jobs@meclabs.com.

ADVERTISING. MARKETING. ENTRY
LEVEL, Openings in growing marketing
firm for management position. No experi-
ence necessary $28K-$40K Call Audrey
904-854-9988.
PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
seeking an experienced SALES FLOOR
MANAGER. Must nave call center/ sales
management experience: Security and
Surveillance (SSI) preferred with
W.l.T.mentality and work ethnic. Estabish-
ed start-up company with big plans -for
growth in marketing and sales force, lacili
ty expansion including brand expansion
and industry identity. Professional wanted
to assist in sales and marketing erflons.
Salary +commission +bonus and opporru-
niry for advancement, with no week-
ends.'Call 207-7757 ext 215.'

LIQUOR'STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must oe able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149.


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services Ipncludd' trganizing aric.ma oag.-,iu
ing..dally;.affairs;'. Event and sQeall planr', I
ning; Make travel arrangements; Personal
shopping; Menu planning and preparation;
House sitting and more...Contact info:
904-303-6405 or e-mail:
atyourserv@bellsouth.net


BARTENDER'SERVICE: friendly, expenrt-
enced, licensed bartender available for
holiday season fugcilons. PV to Ail. Bch.
area. Call Russ at 561 703-2577.
SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
tune-up All makes, all models, $49.50.
241-2112..
PERSONAL ASSISTANT. Wish you had
an extra set ol hands, can't find enough
ours in the day9 Let's talk to see wh'a 'I
cat do for you. Pet care, housekeeping,
run errands, etc.. Hourly rate Is $20..
Schedule negotiable, seasonal clients wel-
comel .Beach area. Alice 241-0250 Holi-
days are right around the comer.
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Freon it.any is needed. i-amily run & oper-
ated sirice 1967. ,' .
RELIANCE HEATING & A/C
' (904)219-7782.'

CHANGE OUT your.old A/C for a new en- _
ergy efficientunit today. Call & set up'ap-
pointment for this MONTH'SPECIALS.
RELIANCE HEATING & A/C
. (904)219-7782.


AFFORDABLE. WINDOW CLEANING,
14 years experience. Reasonable prices,
low.' minimum rates, weekend appoint-
ments available. (904)525-7419


HAPPY ,HOUSEKEEPERS, Residential/
Commercial clean-up. Senior discounts.
Call 612-8060.
AMY'S CLFANING-service.r. 13.years' e-
parlence, ireferendes. fre .'estimates.
220-5111. . ,


STwPw.tEoBpnldioel.s-Savetom i,,b'6'M
24, :.nour , .'massage. 904-722-9159.T
www.stopplngforeclosuretast.cpm ,


SEASONED FIREWOOD. Beach Boys
759-1612. Free-Deliveryl



COMPUTER' REPAIR. Lowest prices.I
221-5924. , . .


STUCK9 FRUSTRATED? Call -Rob. All.
applications, house calls, training, repairs,'
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or e-mail:
,callro @comcast.net.
COMPUTER PROBLEMS? Microsoft cer-
tifled. 15 years'experience. House calls.
References. Call Mark -.- (904)553-2343.

-AWISCAPE SVC.-


/ ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable .Qualitj Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737."


WINSOR LAWN 'Servic,' Inc. Competitive
'rates.' Call Alan. 237-5301.
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246-1529. . faeous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.-


CUSTOM PAINTING & Repairs by Dean.
Interior/exterior painting. All 'types of
repairs, business & residential. Fully
licensed & insured 309-4720�. -
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BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768. .


TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and.
repaint. Iesidential and commercial. Men-
tion-this ad. 246-1529. .
MASSEY APPLICATIONS- courtdous;.
competent & corf.petitive, pressure wash-
ing, painting, drywall -repair, texture 9'wall
coverings. 25.ydars experience, -ic., in-
sured, rels. 403-7389


PERSCHEL',& MEYER -PEST '?MGMT.
We service thousands of beach residents.
www:perschelandmeyer.com 241-3409:


DAVID'S POOL: SERVICE. Weekly clean-
ing. Most residential, pools $25/weeki-
chemicals Licensed, Insured. We make
your life a little easier. 285-0240. .'':
CRYSTAL POOLS. Pool Cleaning starting
at $25/week +chems. Licensed/ Insured.
537-2801


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HOME IMPROVEMENTS: Painting. floor-
ing, drywall, etc. No job loo small or too
big Free eslimales. Licensed and insured.
Call Brad at 904-962-6782
FLOORING ENGINEER'S. All your Home
Improvement needs. Tile. Wood. Carper, ,
Laminates, Painting, eic Free estimates.
Licensed/ Insured. Jim. 813-6756,
EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN, reasonable
rates, quality work. Gall George 575-1570.
- FIX IT ALL WITH ONE CALL!
Roofing, vinyl siding, screen porches and
,additions" Kinchens, baths, tile; walls &
texture. Lowest pnces and all work guar-
anleed Licensed. Call (904)304-9476..'..
'U - .,


C&J REPAIR Services. Carpentry,. Dry-
wall, Painting, Papernanging, Tiling, etc.
Licensed, Insured. 955-0593, 241-1461.


ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL'
Specializing in kitchens. cabinets, bath-
rooms, tile, doors, windows; rotted wood,
termite damage, roof leaks, drywall,
decks, etc. Honest, top quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
(904)710-3784.



ROMANO GUTTER SERVICES
Inslailltion'and repairs. Call 246-5649.
ROOFING. IN-TOWN pnces @ : the
Beacht. '25yrs. . experience. 880-9908.
CCC 1326983


WOODARD TREE Service Free esti-
mates, licensed & Insured. Firewood for
sale .Call 234-9757.

JR'S SERVICES
Trimming trees, Licensed & insured.
Clean-ups.- Discounts 242-2546, 568-
6067.


HARDWOOD, CARPET, & TILE
Exclusive 8000 sq sf. showroom with over
20,000 different floonng selections at
builder's prices. Call Mark for an appoint-
ment to showroom. (904)807-7571.


QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal, &
Painting Residential, Commercial.
25yrs. Expenence. Relerences- FREE
ESTIMATES. Steve, 645-0381

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' The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


October 20, 2006


LINE COOKS AND DISHWASHERS,
Marsh Landing Country Club Is hiring ex-
nerenced line cooks and dishwashers
E person Tuesday-Saturday. Call 285-6514
for directions. Drug testing/EOE

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available Crew Leaders wanted.
Perscnel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967
OFFICE CLEANERS needed for cleaning
nighil, Will itraln. must have transportation
and phone Call 273-2761.
LAWIJ CARE Techhician'needed- for
Beach company. No experience required.
$30K. Ist yr or top performers earn
$40K. Benefits retirement. Drug Iree
workplace Full training provided. Call
241-7874

ALL SHIFTS
Mornings
Afternoons
Evenings '
Full-Time
Earn $7-512 per hour & cash bonuses
Telemarketing for newspapers nationwide
246.5555
PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
zeek:irEg an ADMIN. ASSISTANT. Must
have professional athlude with the ability
To pOriitlize multi-task, manage, delegate,
ard career ambition. Great opportunity or
rign income with advancement and no
Weekends Call 207-7757 ext 215.

CNA.
ASSISTED LIVING'
FULL-Time. 3pm-1 'pm at' Piemilre Re-
irement Community Excellent .'benefit
package, competitive wages, good. work-
ing environment. Applications available.at
Fleet Landing Security Gale, .One .Fleet
Landing Blv Atlanlc Beach, Fl; Fax'to
1904 246-9447. emali IQl Job@fleetland-
Ing.com EOE/Drug-Free Workplace.
MARKETING MANAGER needed to de-
jelop marketing strategies Duties Include
creating and overseeing implementation of
a marketing plan designed to increase
marker share: compiling and analyzing
market research and working with cree-
ti/e and production teams to develop ef-
ieci.'e promotionoal materials. Position re-
quires marketing or advertising .oack.
ground as well as strong communication
and analytical skills. MBA a'plus Must be
willing to relocate to Jacksonville Beach,
FI Salary commensurate within experience
Sen, resume to. iobs@meciabs.com.
SMIAIJAGER/ SUPERVISOR for Detail po-
silion, experience helpful but will train.
Car. make between $400 -$700 per week,
Must nave valid driver's license'& trans-
ponaiion Only serious, responsible, hard
workers need apply Eric, 716-4413.
SEriOR MARKETING Direclor needed'to
grow prolessronal education program
3.5 ,;ears experience required with a pro-
ve n Irack record of success in developing
new marketing initiatives MBA preferred
internal marketing 'skills a must and.Musi
t.- willing t10 relocate to Jacksonville
Be.acn Fl Salary commensurate with
x >:prierie Send resume to:
Oo .,' meclabs corn '


VETERINIAR' TECH needed for high vol-
ume ,'e clinic Ai least 1yr. experience re-
quir.ld Compeiihive salary, excellent ben-
.ilic Fax resume to 246-3061 or, call
'246.2045 for more into Beaches Animal
. Cun,,. '9 Beach Blvd Jax:Beach._
ACTIVITY ASSISTANT
TEMPORARY F/T POSITION
.6 week asignment to assist iri Health Cen-
. r Acir.'ities Department. 40 hour' eek
ilt- some weekends required. Experience
in long lerm care environment preferred.
Applications available at. Fleet Lpnding
Security Gale One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantri. Beach., FL -32233; ' Fax to
i904i2-16944-7. Websie. rleetlanding.com.
email 10 jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/'
Drug-Free Workpl-e,
BOOKKEEPER & RECEPTIONIST need-
ei lor Fain Based Office:'FT'"558 wom, .2
y. r. College required. OuickBks, Word, Ex-
i.-l Rel required Fax resume 645-0067
S .r Pr. 996-0070
S. , RKETiNGEXPERIMENTS.COM IS
-eeking a manager for one of our journals
Fe.sponsiilities to include: strategy devel-
..pmerni planning and execution that will
ir ,rTase journal membership value, sup-
p[on membership acquisition and renewal
and Qgneraie revenue to support the mis.
.,on or01 tire company 5.10 years expen-
'n.:e required with a proven Irack record
:.1 Sui:':es5 in developing new marketing
iniiaiives MBA preferred. Internet market
ing skills a must and must be willing to re-
ioc:aie to Jacksonville, Beach El. ' Internet
Writing Skills a plus! Salary commensu-
rate wiin experience Send' resume to-
loDs ', mecIabs com.
TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fri-
S*a, Call Bob. 241-5311
DIRECTOR FOR child development can-.
i,-r serin.g ages 6 weeks to 5 years. Must
have Director's credentials and experi-
ence e-celleni organization and people
xi:,ils P.:.3li've personality a must. Beach-
. : area EOE Email resume,
, ToAppiy''@comr.casI nei.
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately.
Fie-',oie hours, no weekends. ,excefle
,'% Transportnation & phone- required.
591.5901. 514-1188.
SERVERS'
FLILL-TIME iSplit Shift) in our pain' riining
ruom Must be available weekendp' Hol- '
'lays a must. Great benefits an -work en-
vironmehl Applicalions at Fldet Landing
Seurity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd..
Alianic Beach. FL; Fax to 1904)246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com Web-
,iie Ileelianaing.com. EOE' Drug-Free
Workplace
LISTIN' W/KRISTAN
Office Manager
You will spend your day oil the computer
and or, rhe phone keeping the. learn on
.h:nedule and Iransactions ready to.dlose
by uiiiizing Top Producer dcfabase man-
ager Grow as our team grows.' starting
salary $25K-$30K with bonus and bene-
iiis Canaidate requirements ihnclie: Ex-
t.?risve Computer skills: 'Wora, Excel,
PuOiisr.er and contact management. Good
dle,:ison making skills Protessional de-
mc.renor. Detail oriented. Very organized
Po:iit.e anitude-mandatoryl Self-motivat.
,' Proven Irack record Great at prioritiz-
,ng la.?3 Must enjoy working in a busy
o -ce Email resume, why you are inter-
eied in thIns o10. references and salary
hiriorn, 10 i.malin'..comcast nel
Central Texas College- MIyport' seeks �
luil-ime Office Assstant High school di-
ploma and a passing typing Test are re-
quired Musi possess strong oral/ written
c.mmunricaion skills and Ine .ability to
work independently. prioritize, multi-task
and meel deadlines Computer literacy
an.d a ialia driver's license with clean dr v-
ing record is required. Must be able to
pass a background check Contact" Cen-
iral Texas College. Karl Jaeger, Fax' 904-
S27. -670 karijaeger@earthillnk.net
EEO
rlARKETING EXPERIMENTS is seeking
a pr'olessc.nai writer O -contribute to The
rUarkeiini E' requires crealiviry and excellent writing
kii.. A minimum or 5 years professional
nriir._ experience required. Internet mar-
k,iin. skills 3 plus and must e willing to
reii,"ite- to Jacksonville Beach, FR SaTary
c..mmensurate' with experience, Please
send resume to jobs@medlibt'c9m �-- - -


TRANSCRIPTIONIST FULL-TIME, week-
d a,. 8am-4 30pm Requires good gram-
mar skills ligni medical terminoqgy, 'Pay
commiserate wiln abiijty/W iptlencl . q all
270. 1620 Ask for Nancy. - ' -
BEACHES CAR WashI full lime' help
needed Wages negotnaobie lips. Benefits
Aail Apply in person. 1401 Beach Blvd


HOUSEKEEPERS/
LAUNDRY AIDES
Avante at Jacksonville Beachn, a 165-bed
skilled nursing and rehab facility currently
seeks housekeepers, laundry aides or the
evening shin Applicants music have a pos-
ilive attitude toward the elderly, be enthu-
siastic and willing to learn Prior experi-
ence is a plus Must be 18 years of age.
have HS diploma qr equivalent and able to
sgeak, read. write. understand and follow
directions In Eqglish Avante offers excel-
lent compensation and premium benefits,
Including 40ttkj. Please apply lh person at
1504 Seabreeze Avenue, Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250. www avanlegroup com
CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH
PLANNER II
Starting pay $21 47!hr ($44,657/yr). Bach-
elor's degree in Planning or a closely re-
lated fieldwill 2-3 year's exp in local gov-
emrnment zoning or planning office. Must
be profllclent In GIS applications Valid
driver's license with a satislacIory driving
record AICP preferred Applicarrons ac-
ceptled until position tIlled at 800 Seminole
Rd, Atlantic Beach FL 32233.
(904)247-5820 or visil www.coab.us
No smokers. tobacco users Drug testing
conducted EOE
CORPORATE SAFETY DIRECTOR
needed for indusIry Leading Auto Trans-
portation Company We offer an excellent
pay & benefits package IO quaiiihed candi-
dales Applicants must perlcrm with con-
sistent accuracy and possess the ability to
manage crisis and emeidency SlIuaions
Extensive DOT background and experi-
ence wilh a proven rack record i essen.
Tial. Email Resume
inazworn @aicilogistiCs.com
POOL CLEANER
W/valid Florida Driver's License Experi-
ence helpful out will train Good salary &
benefits: Apply: Surfslde - Pools. 313
Beach Blvd . 246-2666, or tax resume'
249-8801, e-mail surlsidepools @aol.com

Executive Assistant
Premier resort seeks a candidate
with 5'years of complex,
confidential, semor Jevel
admninistratve experience with
command of Word, Excel.
PowerPoint and keyboarding
skill of 60+ wpm.
Apply in person:,
Sawgrass Marriott'Resort and Spa
1000 PGA Tour Blvd:
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
E0E M/F/V/D


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CA~ 0EVER/ COMPANION Light clean-
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years exp.. 318-9216


BANQUET MANAGER. Marsh Landing
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ELDERLY QOMPANION/ Assistant, avail- HUGE YARD sale Name brand clothes &
able Mon. Fri. 12yrs exp. Refs upon shoes.'etc . 1281 Plantation Oaks Dr (off
request. 246-8387. Fairway Lane). Sat 10,21 8am-2pm


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INFINITY ALLSTARS Mulil-Family Yard
Salel Sunday, October 22na. 8am-2pm at
Angles Subs, 1436 Beach Blvd.


STOVE - hotpoint, self cleaning, $200: ml- MOVING , MUST Salel .Saturday,
crowave (under .cabinet) like new, $75; .i8am-2pm, 421 17th Ave. North.
859-7279
BE-FUL-SIEcr seghbd MOVING SALE Quall Ln.. kitchen copper.
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bea, cast iron. bowls, collectibles. household
wmatnress & box spring. Must sell. $395. Beach Blvd, 15th SI So to Quail.
Can deliver (904)858-9350 - Sal 8am-12pm


NORITAKE CHINA Set. Call 246-7371 lor
deals.
AT&T PARTNER phone system 5 phones
installed for $899 249-8877


2 FAMILY Garage Sale. Furniture.
clothes, kitchenware purses & much
more 1502 Declaranon Dr, Saturday.
8am-rnoon.


-2 NICE'refridcer�tors $400 & $200 dish. 450 LOWER 8In Ave S Jax Bch Satur-
washer. $75 Will deliver for $25 327. day. 8-12 only Toys. tools, Christmas,
9550. Dooks, 1oo much to I1si


ANTIQUE OAK desk and chair in great
conditions, lots of drawers, $600 246.
5327
LEATHER SECTIONAL, grey, greal
cond.. $200 OBO. 246 8980 or 910-6652


DAYNA'S ANTIQUES. BIG TENT SALE!
Furniture lighting disnes glassware, holi-
day items. and much more Saturday.
10am.- 75 11ih Si Nonn nexi to Subway.


-----........ .... . 929 12TH Ave S Sarurday, 8am-2pm.
KITCHEN CABINETS. bull in stainless Ouis clolhes C.ric-a-brac. Iron lurniiure.
sleel sink. range & microwave, all $300. dolls, ioys. Halloween costumes, rouse-
.859-7279 wares, misc


NOKIA 9300 pda cell phone, $200. Star
Trek collection ihugel $100 lirm; Tony
Siewan autographed cars wpic. $100 lor
boln, Maurice Drew Jaguar authentic hel.
met autographed wipic $500, 241.4204
PEDESTAL dining laole w.'rwo leaves and
4 chairs Like new, $750 OBO New ith
recliner chair $800 OBO 249-5956
AL MERRICK Flyer surd board, musl see,
must sell; SCS included $360 OBO, 735.
3163
REMODELING SALE. Sawgrass, 904-
333-6301. Excellent sofa, neutral. Traver-
tine coffee table, sunroom furniture, art-
work.
ONE FULL wet suit, also a half Wet suit,
two'rebuilt weed eaters and other items
Call 654-4414.


SAT. 8 30 9lh ST & 7ir. Ave So: lots of
lurnirure dog riouses, vintage vanity,
bdrm set, dining set tuion. bar stools
pub able w'4 sioOs rugs, mirrors. dinerle.
,hest of drawers & more
MOVING ESTATE sale too much to list
Don't miss ihis onel Fr, i Sal t, 9am-3pm
1209 41i Ave No.
ASSORTED HOUSEHOLD items and
Tools, 613 121h Ave No Sal & Sun.,
7am-?
CLOTHING SALE: funky ladles, juniors
size 1-5; shoes 6-7, new and gently used.
Sat only, 12-4pm, 1414 9th Si No.
CHARITY JUMBLE 'Sale, Sal. 10'21, cor-
ner ol 3rd ST N. & 5thn Ave. Treasures ar-
riving all day


USED TRAMPOLINE for sale, $75; Mar-
tin. 241-5303 cell., 759-8130. BIG YARD Salel 322 Penman Rd. Satur-
day, Oct 21, 7am- Iam.


BEDU- BEAUTIFUL. lmp-plll-OUI m IVoUly
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in
plastic w/warranty. $379 Must sell
1904)858-9350.
POWER WHEELCHAIR Ilbacare Pronto
R2; nigh back, new batteries, $6500 new
asking $2185, 910-7628.
BED- BRAND name queen set,
new. wtwarranty $129. Cap deliver
(9041858-9350
FURNITURE. SOLID oak end tables,
coffee table Bunk beds. 280-5158
CUSTOM GOLF karts, Hunting karts.
Workhorse karts. Located here at the
beach. We start where ine competition
ends Now accepting Christmas orders.
Order yours today! Check us oult ai
www.krazykartslnc.com
WASHER DRYER, Hotpoini matching
set, looks and works great $175 for boln
233-8077
MOVING SALE 27" TV, FUZZBALL table:
patio table w/umbrella. 4/chairs. kitchen
table. 3'chairs. 58" surfbooard, water skis,
17 boat w,'90hp. engine. King-size bed
and headboard. Washer and Dryer
1904)463-5010.
2 TWIN beds w/frames $75ea. Full bed
wilrame $100 Can deliver 246-1832
BED- KING manress set. $289. Can de-
liver 19041391-0015.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75.ea
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20 318-8173,
992-1470
ZIPP-303'S ROAD bike nms, like new-
$400. Call 759-3103.
6 PIECE Bedroom Set includes queen
mattress & box, new still in boxes $499.
Can deliver. 858-9350.


WASHER, DRYER.' ex. condo ; $15.0 ea.:
can'dellver & guarantee, 874-1747.
FiL k-DIRT- Cheapl Dig ponds free for
oirl'Call 497.9666
MONGOOSE DENNIS McCoy lId.edi.; 20'
BMX trick bike; excellent condition, man-
ual.& receipts"rinclued:. $350 0BO.


HEART PINE T & G flooring cut locally
from antique Pine timbers Large quanitry
w,' incredible dark patina. Lic #ST5903.
Florida Heartwood 249-8310.


2 FAMILIES Oak Breeze Cove Subdivi-
sion; 1888 Evans Dr So. Sat., 8am-
12pm No early birds.


MULTI-FAMILY SATURDAY. 8am-.4pm ,
1622-1626 Arrowhead Tr off Forest New'
College & Pro giftware & sponswear Lg
Assort Adult & Kid s szes All your tavorile
teams Furniture, books. loTS ol m1ac
household.
473 HOPKINS St.. Tr.urs, Fri , Sat . 8am,
lois mis household, lots old costume
jewelry, old clocks, inc.. West German
Cuckoo clock, books & books on CD; nice
mirror, real Indian artifacts, some fossils,
silver, bamboo & glass etagere. antique
writing desk. Noritake china, vintage Japa-
nese kimono, incl. white wedding, aniique
Japanese dolls., vintage cart pnnis, vin.
stage reproduction Jumeau doll. heavy
wood dining room table w/4 chairs, other
furniture tools, plants, clothing, and more

FAMILY FUN Dayv! Chrisimas treasures,
games. food. holiday nuis Christ United
Methodist Church. 400 Penman Rd. Sal-
urday 10i21 10-2pm.
BiG SCREEN TV, lurniure. misc house-
hold items, lools. lawn mower and much
morel 114 Margarel Si , Sat., 9am.?


1884 BEACHSIDE Coun. East ol Sem,-
nole between 18th and 191h, 8am-12pm,
Saturday. 10.21, Mullltamily, Furniture,
kid's, household lots.
FRI. & Sal, 8am-4pm; 780 Orchid St.
misc household Items, clothiing. and
books.,
MULTI-FAMILY 'GARAGE Sale. Pine
turn . pressure washer more. Saturday 7-
12, 820 14th Si W 626-S159
FURNITURE, PLANTS. ltoo much to list
SATURDAY 8AM-3, 1024 Regas Dr. S.
Great items come over and nave tun
GARAGE SALE. Saturday, 8-2pm,
1250 Cape Charles Ave ABSOLUTELY-
NO EARLY BIRDS


SATURDAY 8AM-2PM 193 Summertield
Drive Inlani/ toddler clothes, lo/s, house-
hold items.


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1984 13 5 Dory Skill 40nhp Suzuki. runs
great New Bimim lop, Doal & trailer in
great shape. Ready to go:. Must seel
3500 OBO. Call Bill 318-5174.
40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Her-
bortown Marina. $164K. 463-2845.


ALL OF Brenda Lane. off No San Pablo
Rd, you want it, we gotl it Sat., 8am.
YARD SALE Friday & Saturday 9am-3pm.
A little of everything. Tons of men and
young men's clothes. Mostly large jacket/
tops 32-33 pants/ shorts. North on San
Pablo from Atlantic Blvd. follow-signs 245
Peregrine Ct. 221-5975.
8AM. SAT., 137 Pabio Point Drive in Pa-
bio Point neighborhood; X-Mas decor,
tres. household misc & more!


DAYNA'S ANTIQUES BIG TENT SALE!
Jusl back from Allanta. new merchandise.
10'.-30' ol everything Anuique and
painted furniture. rugs, lamps, chande-
iers, concrete statuary. paintings. sterling.
decorative home accessories. Sale lasts
through Saturday at closing. 75 111h
Street Nonh, next to Subway. 249-1771.
FUND RAISER for Sludent Ambassador
selected for People to People Program,
everything must go! Wasner, dryer. furnt-
lure drop-leaf cherry table wi4 chairs;
matching couch & love seal. end tables;
large dining room table. sewing machine:
household items, clothing, and more. Sat.,
Oct. 21 8am-2pm, Summer Sands otI At-
lanlic. follow signs to 327 San Castle Way.
Don't miss outl


BOAT SLIP For Rent. Harbonown Marina,
40' win water & electric, $500 463-2845.
LIKE NEW 14) 22" TIS rims; Kuhmo ures.
$1700 OBO, 434-2998
1978 299' HELMSMAN sloop, ready to
sail. 25hp inbDoard deisel, main & 3 lbs.
A/.C. Must seel 512K OBO. Call Bill 318-
5174.
16' HOBIE Cat. good condition, ready fo
sell wtraller. $1400. Call (772)834-9488
or (772)215-1356.


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1994 HONDA CR125 new excei rims,.
new moose pro taper handle cars, runs
great plus racing gear $950, 207-3485
1982 HONDA CB750. 24.600 m.., looks'
runs great $1800 OBO. 894-8121


MAXUM 2000 FR2. excellent condilltion, .
Ski's included. Asking $14.900. valued @ 1990 FORD Bronco. full-size, newly rebuilt
$17,000. (904)613-5854 engine, needs work S950 OBO 992-6715


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