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Title: The Beaches leader
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Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
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Creation Date: October 25, 2006
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-- MIDWEEK EDITION '
OCTOBER 25,2006


TheEACHES



BEACHES


LEADER


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JB police

calling

neighbors

of all sex

offenders

New automated
program begins

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF IV7RTER
Jacksonville Beach residents
who live in proximity to a regis-
tered sexual offender will receive
an automated phone alert from
police.
Jacksonville Beach Public
Information Sgt. Tom Bingham
Tuesday said the police depart-
ment launched the program, A
Child is Missing, just a few days
ago.
The free program saves time
and reduces manpower by auto-
matically dialing residents with-
in one block of an offender or
predator, Bingham said.
"The department gives the
address of the offender and the
program creates a box on a geo-
map. It auto-dials people in the
immediate area to inform them
of the offender's location,"
Bingham said. "All the pqone
calls are literally done in mriln'-
utes when an"officer would not-
mally have to go door to door."
He said residents who have
received calls have been enthusi-
atically positive about the pro-
gram.
One resident who received the
automated call said she was
given the predator's name and
address and urged to stay alert,
but not to retaliate against the
man. She said the call came up
as unknown on her caller id.
Bingham said officers will still
complete quarterly rounds to
personally notify residents liv-
ing within one block of a sexual
predator or offender.
Once a year, officers make
contact with the offenders
themselves "to make sure they'
are still living where they are
supposed to be," Bingham said.
See SEX OFFENDER, A-3


S, HOMECOMING ROYALTY


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High seniors Johnny'OkRf' nd Courtney Collins were voted king and queen at Friday's homecoming
game at Jack Taylor. Stium.


Commission


districts for


AB may be


studied

by ALEXANDRA KUNIMERNES
STAFF WRITER
A subcommittee to study district represen-
tation will be appointed as soon as its param-
eters are defined by the city commission,
according to Atlantic Beach Mayor Don
Wolfson.
. The role of the subcommittee would be to
research and analyze information to deter-
mine if the city should move toward district
representation.
During Wolfson's campaign, he said there
should be representatives from all areas of
Atlantic Beach.
Wolfson has suggested that the area be
divided into four quadrants, with a commis-
sioner to represent citizens from each district.
Atlantic Beach currently has at large represen-
tation and there are certain areas of the city,
specifically the central and western areas, that
are not represented on the five-member com-
mission, some citizens have said.
"I really feel it's imperative that all areas of
the community are represented," Wolfson
said.
If the subcommittee reaches the conclusion
that district representation is an issue,
See DISTRICTS, A-3


Road work interrupts utilities at JB businesses


by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STIFF WRITER
Utility outages relating to Shetter Road
construction have impacted several busi-
ness in the Beach Plaza Shopping Center
over the past months, according to busi-
nesses in the shopping center.
The construction on Shetter Road to
replace water and sewer systems and put
in a new drainage system has been ongo-
ing since Nla"y 1, and has caused water out-
ages, delivery failures, electrical outages
and low water pressure, according to some
of the businesses.
"It could be a serious problem," said
Smoothie King Manager Hampton Murray.
He said water has been shut off three times
in the last two months and has remained
off for periods of time ranging from 30
minutes to an hour and a half.


While some businesses have only had
minor problems with the construction,
such as low water pressure in restrooms,
others say they have experienced severe
damages.
For example, Max's International
Restaurant has had to pay more than
$4,500 for plumbing problems caused by
bulldozers working on the construction,
according to owner Abbas Bagheri.
Their water has shut off many times dui-
ing business hours with no warning, hin-
dering their ability to serve customers, he
said. On some occasions, when the water
came back on, mud was pumping through
the pipes, Bagheri said.
"We've had nothing but bad expeti-
ences," Bagheri said.
Several restaurants reported some diffi-
culties with utility interruption, but other


businesses in the area have also had prob-
lems, managers said.
Distinctive Furniture could not receive
deliveries and its garbage was not collected
for more than two weeks because access to
the dumpster was blocked, according to
owner Bob Jones.
"It was just a general inconvenience,"
he said.
Jacksonville Beach public works employ-
ee Junior Lilly, project manager over the
construction being done by a private con-
tractor, has said one of the problems con-
tractors have experienced is unmarked
utilities that are underground. When con-
tractors begin to dig, they inadvertently
hit some of the utilities that are not
marked or mislocated.
See ROAD, A-3
* ' . : ; ' f N. ' ' '


Photo by STAFF
Work continues on Shetter
Avenue, behind Beach Plaza
and in front of Golfair Mobile
Home park.


African-American cemetery study

in JB raises questions for PRIDE


Photo SUBMITTED
lacksonville Mayor John Peyton reads If You Give a Mouse a Cookie to 3-6 year old students at
Discovery Montessori School in Jacksonville Beach Monday. He also read Sneetches by Dr. Seuss to
first and second students. He told students about the responsibilities of being a mayor and the
importance of reading,. A spontaneous conversation lead Peytonto explain the democratic process
of electing leaders. Pesvton had donated the reading to a charity fundraiser benefiting Costa Rica's
National Children's Hospice.


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Penman Road improvements sidelined by the
possibility of unmarked graves in the area will
move forward because no remains were identi-
fied during an excavation of the site,
Jacksonville Beach City Manager George Forbes
said Monday.
The future realignment of the northern and
southern legs of Penman Road was called into
question by community members in South
Pablo Beach. The group claimed that graves
were located in the right of way and below two
former buildings razed to accommodate the
project. The area is near the Kirkland Cemetery,
burial spot for many African Americans.
The woman who asked that the study be done
said Tuesday that she and her neighbors are not
convinced by the conclusions and intend to
meet with city officials next week before con-
sulting with attorneys to pursue possible legal
action.
Maxine Terrell, president of the Pablo Renewal
in Duval East WPRIDLi neighborhood preserva-
tion group, stood watch daily while crews
worked and said she believes graves are being
overlooked.
"No, I'm not [convinced]," she said Tuesday.


"I actually saw a burial myself by the fence.
They described to me what one looked like and
that was it."
Terrell said she observed what she believes was
the corner of a crypt with a rounded indenta-
tion that she said one of the archaeologists tried
to explain away as a drainage pipe.
"Pipes don't make sharp right angles," she
said.
Terrell said the digging never reached six-foot
depths,a s city officials said, because the crews
performing the dig told her they were only
required to go one meter.
Several feet of fill dirt covering the site also
'prevented them from finding anything, she
said.
"1I think they are just trMing to pacify us. They
said 'okay, we looked and now we are moving
on,'" Terrell said. "The search wasn't thorough
enough. They didn't want to admit what they
found. George Forbes wasn't there. I know what
I saw."
A committee established to monitor the proj-
ect and the handling of any remains found will
meet with city officials and members of the
archaeological team Friday, Nov. 3 at City Hall
to review the results of the excavation.
See CEMETERY, A-3


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Calendar..................A-7
Classified .............B-4
Educations..............A-10
Obituaries ...............A-7


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Opinion ...............A-4
Police Beat ..............A-5
Sports ....... ......... B-i
W eather....................A-2


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Wednesday
Sunny
High: 68 Low: 53
Thursday
Partly Cloudy
High: 76 Low: 66
Friday
isolated T-storms'
High: 78 Low: 59
Saturday
Sunny
High: 73 Low: 56
Sunday
Mostly Sunny
High: 72 Low: 56


Day High Low
Monday 80 53
Tuesday' 84 67
Wednesday 81 71
Thursday 88 75
Friday 89 71
, Saturday 85 60
Sunday . 92 63


Rainfall
0.00"
0.00"
0.43",
0.00"
0.00"
0.00"
0.00"


Rainfall for the week ...............................0.43"
Normal Rainfallfor the Week* ............0.74"
Departure from Normal for the Week ...-0'31"

SRainfall for the Year ................... ..........3321"
Normal Rainfall for the Year* ..............46.71"
Departure from Normal for the Year ...-13.50"
* Normals for Jacksonville Beach


I Su/onCatTi ekI


First 7
10/29


Full
11/5 /, '


Pay
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday


Sunrise
7:34 a.m.
7:35 a.m.
7:36 a.m.
7:36 a.m.
6:37 a.m.
6:38 a.m.
6:39 a.m.


Sunset
6:45 p.m.
6:44 p.m.
6:43 p.m.
6:42 p.m.
5:41 p.m.
5:40 p.m.
5:39 p.m.


Moonrise
10:52 a.m.
11:51 a.m.
12:47 p.m.
1:38 p.m.
1:23 p.m.
2:03 p.m.
2:38 p.m.


Moonset
8:52 p.m.
9:45 p.m.
10:45 p.m.
11:49 p.m.
12:56 a.m.
No Set
1:04 a.m.


Last
11/12


New
11/20


Main Forcat idesThs ee


Wednesday
Wind: N 10 kis Seas: 2-3 ft
Thursday.
Wind: SE 10 kts Seas: 2-3 ft
Friday
Wind: SW 20 kis Seas: 3-5 fi
Saturday
Wind: W 10-15 kts Seas: 2-3 ft
Sunday
Wind: NW 15 kts Seas: 2-3 fi
LastEWeksSur emp


Monday ..760
Tuesday . .780
Wednesday 79�
Thursday ..81�


Friday . .. .820
Saturday . .820
Sunday . . .800
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Thu
Fri ,
Sat
Sun'
Mon
Tue


Jacksonville Beach


4:18 am 10:54 pm,
4:56 am 11:37 pm
5:39 am None
6:31 am 1:90 pm
6:34 am 12:57 pm
7:43 am 2:00 pm
8:52 am 3:05 pm


10:40 am
11:22 am
12:08 pm
12:24 am
1: 17 am
1.17 am
2:24 am


LOW,
5:07 pm;'
5:51 pm
6:41 pm
7:38 pm
7:39 pm
8 39 pm
9:36 pm


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Pablo Creek Entrance


Day
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue


High
11:39 am
12:21 pm
12:42 am
1:32 am
1:28 am
2:32 am
3:41 am


4 45 am
5 24 am
6-10 am
7:06 am
7 II am
8:23 am
9:34 am


High
11:58 pm
None
1:08 pm
2:02 pm
2:02 pm
3-07 pm
4-13 pm


LOW
5:39 pm
6-23 pm
7:17 pm
8:19 pm
8:23 pm
9:23 pm
10-20 pm


Dlay
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue


High
11:10 a
11:52 as
12:13 as
1:03 am
1:59 am
2:03 an
3:12 am


Mayport
Low High
m 4:12am 11:29 pm
m 4:51 am None
m 5:37 am 12:39 pm
Ti 6:33 am 1:33 pm
n 6:38 am 1:33 pm
n 7:50 am 2:38 pm
n 9:01 am 3:44 pm


Loi
5:06 pm
5:50 pm
6:44 pm
7:46 pm
7:50 pm.
8:50 pm
9:47 pm


Palm Valley


High
1:04 am
1:43 am
2:26 am
3:13 am
3:06 am
4:06 am
5:13 am


Low
6:33 am
7:11 am
7:54 am
8:46 am
8:49 am
9.58 am
11:07 am


AROUND THE BEACHES


Photo SUBMrnTED
Margaret Milner volunteers in the Foreman's House in Pablo
Historical Park during the Fall Frenzy Thursday at the Beaches
Area Historical Society. The program offered free activities and
refreshments to all visitors. Tours of the museum were-also
available.


Walk Makes Strides
Making Strides, an event to
promote breast. cancer aware-
ness, had 2,000 participants at
the Beach and raised more than
': $130,000. on Oct. 14.- A week
later, at a a similar event in
downtown Jacksonville, there
were 2'500- participants and
S$200,000 was raised, according
to organizers.

Speed bumps sought
for Selva Marina area
'A Selva Marina resident
requested that city vehicles stop
using the neighborhood as a cut
through and also asked the city
commission Monday to
approve speed humps to reduce
the speeding problem. Resident
Jack Robins, requested three
speed humps. divided between
Linkside Drive and Sandpiper
Drive, and showed a petition
where 76 .percent of the resi-
dents in phase I signed in favor
of the speed humps as well.

Elder Affairs on tap
The Adult Services Division of
Jacksonville's Community
Services Department, along
with the Duval County Council
on Elder 'Affairs, ElderSource
and AARP Florida, will host a
Legislative Forum on Tuesday,
Oct. 31 at the Schultz Center,
4019 Boulevard Center Drive.
The event will begin at 10 a.m.
and lunch will follow. Members
of the Duval County legislative
delegation have ,been invited to
hear issues and concerns facing


;senior citizens. Reservations
must' be made in advance ,by
calling 630-7392. If you have
questions or need more infor-
mation, call 630-7392.'

Thanks, keep the cash.
Jim Hanson, Atlantic Beach
City Manager, declined a pro-
posed one-time bonus of a four
percent increase to his salary at
a city commission, meeting
Monday. The proposed bonus
-was suggested by commission-
' ers, who cited the additional
work load that was-placed on
him this past year. Hanson
declined the bonus, saying that
the extra work was a shared bur-,
den with many people, not just
him. "I commend the. city man-
ager taking the high road 'on
that," Mayor Don Wolfson said.

Dutton fest planned
A celebration at the Dutton
Island Preserve will be held Nov.
18, according to the Atlantic
Beach Marsh ' Conservancy.
MarshFest, sponsored by
ABMC, is being held to promote
the "conservation,, use and
enjoyment of the Atlantic
Beach marshlands," according
to organizers. The event will
run from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.,
and it will include kayak and
canoe tours, music and food.
The guided kayak and canoe
tours will run from 8:30 a.m. to,
1 p.m and will be guided by
environmentalist Edward
Hogan. There will also be guid-
ed tours of the island led by
other local experts. The city of


Atlantic Beach has lobbied the
Florida Communities Trust for a
grant to purchase the 346-acre
stretch of marshland. The FTC
grant requires that 25 percent of
the grant is locally funded and
the state would pay the remain-
der.

NB council meets at 6 p.m.
Neptune Beach City Council
meetings will now be held at 6
p.m. instead of 7 p.m.
Mayor Dick Brown proposed
the idea of earlier meetings for :
general convenience and he
,askeq,Xhe couQncil,.pr fe.�eq kI
at Monday's meeting. ,
Councilor Johrin "ve~cT&n
voiced his concern that the'
public would not be able to
make it on time for the earlier
meetings, especially if they are
commuting home from work-
ing in downtown Jacksonville
or elsewhere.
Brown responded that the
earlier meetings will be on a
trial period for the remainder of
the veai and then reevaluated.
All lots equal for FAR
A new ordinance to treat all
lot sizes equally regarding the
floor area ratio (FAR) passed first
reading at a city commission
meeting Monday.


High Low
1:29 pm 7.22 pm
2:11 pm 8:06 pm
2:57 pm 8:56 pm
3:49 pm 9:53 pm
3:46 pm 9:54 pm
4:49 pm 10:54 pm
5:54 pm 11:51 pm


Commissioner Dezmond
Water proposed the ordinance,
explaining that the original FAR
ordinance provided an excep-
tion for small lots so that every-
thing under 6,000 square feet
would be treated as if it were
6,000 square feet. Since the FAR
has changed from .54 to .60,
Waters argued that all lot sizes
should be treated equally. The
ordinance is up for public hear-
ing at the next commission
meeting.

New board members
Gib)A Rfftmermhbr-ws ,appqoijt-
ed ,tpo,the Cultural Art.,andd
Recreational. - ' Advisory
Commrrttee at a city commis-.
sioner meeting Monday. Gary
Becka applied to fill the vacancy
of Linda Ginsberg. The com-
mission unanimously voted to
appoint Becka to the commit-
tee. '
Two members to the code
enforcement board of Atlantic
Beach were reappointed at a city
commission meeting Monday.
The Board Member Review
Committee met Oct. 12 to dis-
cuss the reappointment of cur-
rent members Mamie Hurd and
Barbara Weiss for an additional
term. The commission voted


unanimously to reappoint both.

Waiver on sewer
An Atlantic Beach resident
was granted a temporary waiver
and will not be required to
immediately connect to the city
sewer system.
At a city commission meeting
Monday, it was agreed that forc-
ing the owner of one particular
Seminole Road home would
unfairly' cost the owner too
much.
A state law requires anybody
with a public sewer line within
-F00,et, of their prope,,ty, to
copect to the .city .sewer line
within one year and stop using
septic tanks, according to City
Manager Jim Hanson.
According to city records, prop-
erty owner Sam Jacobson
intended to comply, but could
not due to several complica-
tions including a long and nar-
row lot, a dip in the property
that prevents a gravity sewer
system from operating, a heavi-
ly wooded site. The cost to con-
nect his home has been estimat-
ed at $30,000, city officials said,
noting that most residents paid
between $2,000 and $5,000 to
connect to the dcitysewer sys-
tem.


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Jax BeachCouncil Race

District 3 Seat 6

Election is Nov. 7. See District 1 profiles in Friday's issue.


Bennie Furlong


FROM STAFF
Bennie Furlong has already
served four terms on the
Jacksonville Beach City
Council, but said she wants to
continue working for citizens.
Furlong, a retired teacher,
has served a total of 16 years on
the council, though not con-
secutively. She said friends con-
vinced her to seek office again.
"So I talked to myself and
said I'll give it another try,"
Furlong said in explaining her
decision process. "I want to
continue the progress. I want
to help the city."
Putting more teeth into the
city's malicious dog law, comp
plan, building rules, and tree
ordinance are all concerns,.she
said, explaining she wants a
tree survey made in the city.
"As an old timer I would
know where to begin," Furlong
said.
She said she would also like
the city to look at asking devel-
opers to set aside some land for
the "working poor" in
exchange for some tax relief
from the city. She did not offer
details but said there is a short-
age of affordable housing in
the area.
The pact that governs the
financial relationship of the
city and the county, frequently
referred to as the Intercoastal
agreement by Furlong, needs
strengthening, she said. That
interlocal agreement should
provide for more money to
come back here from
Jacksonville, she said, but
added she did not know how
that could be accomplished.
Transients are proving to be a
'problerm'n the city, particatar-
* K - otels
S' nea'r-the' oceanfr6rnt hotels,
'ish said'," notirig that'raniierits
are using the Seawalk for a rest-
room. :
Mission House, which offers
free meals to those in need,
might be encouraging some
transients to come to the Beach
who might not otherwise have
come here, she said, adding
that she was one of those who
worked to get Mission House
open. "But it has done so much
good for families [in need]."
She said she thinks a holding
.space might be needed so
police would have a place to
take transients . and
"Jacksonville might come' get
them." Initially Furlong, said
the space could be used for all
transients, but, upon question-
ing, acknowledged police
would have no authority to
pick up someone who is not
breaking the law.
: , "Got to quit legislating with
your heart," Furlong said in a
bemused aside to herself dur-
ing an interview with The
Leader's editorialboard.
A police substation near the
fishing pier at 6th Avenue
North is also a good idea, espe-
cially from Friday night
through Sunday, she said.
Speeding is a problem, espe-
cially along 9th Avenue Northt
just w est of Third Street, where
small businesses use on-street
parking.

Two seats on the
Jacksonville Beach City'
Council are contested this
year.
The nonpartisan races are
on the Nov. 7 ballot for the
general election.
If a runoff is needed in their
three-way race,. a ,runoff will
be held in December.


Tom Taylor


FROM STAFF
Jacksonville Beach boomed
too fast in recent years and the
y lessons learned from that experi-
0 ence should be used to make the
city better, according to Tom
Taylor, candidate for
Jacksonville Beach City Council
* District 3.
Married with two children -
one in Fletcher Middle and one
d on Fletcher High - Taylor said
' he wants to be a 'part of making
* this Beach what it was for me
D growing up." Bornm here, Taylor,
44, lives in the house Where he
grew up.
e "It's time to give back. I want
p to be a part of moving the com-
munity forward in a proper
w, way," Taylor said, explaining he
is not a politician. "I'm me and
I'm going to make good deci-
I sions and listen to people." .
The main issues facing the
city are traffic, growth manage-
ment, transients, public safety
and the downtown area, he said.
He said that traffic problems
in the city are concentrated on
f state or county roads, "so we're
at DOT's or the county's mercy,"
Taylor said.
The Department of
Transportation (DOT) has plans
for synchronizing the traffic
. lights on State Road AIA to
improve traffic flow, but Taylor
said the city should not wait
years for the work to be done.
He said that he would never
favor any widening of A1A, not-,
D ing that the existing roadway
provides parking for small busi-
nesses and helps foster a "small-
town atmosphere" at the
Beaches. He added that the state
may always consider the road
- apacitrherelto.be "faiiping"'state
'standards' butthat would'never
'Tntinvte him to 'ideri'ATA:'"
He said that, if elected, he
would vote to use ity, money to
pay for the planned light
improvements, with the under-
. standing that DOT would reim-
burse the city in the future.
e He also said he'wants to see
improvements to Penman Road,
especially with lighting and
, drainage ditches.
Attention also needs to be
paid to the popular public boat
ramp on the Intracoastal
Waterway -near Beach
D Boulevard, he said. He explained
That parking is inadequate near
t the ramp and that means
boaters who launch their boats
arid then park along the road-
way are then ticketed. "We've
got to work on that," he said.
Bathrooms for Gonzalez Park,
t located at 1st Avenue and 11th
Street North, are also needed, he
said. Acknowledging that there
are some security concerns,
Taylor said the park is used for
e girls softball teams and the rest-
rooms are needed.
A concrete contractor, Taylor
said his campaign has not taken
any money in developer contri-
: butions.
Taylor, who graduated from
Fletcher in 1980,: said the camn-
paign, has been learning expe-
. rience for him and acknowl-
edged he might eventually like
to run for mayor, "but you have
to crawl before you walk.
Taylor is facing his former sec-
ond grade teacher, Bennie
Furlong, in the race for District
Three and said it has been a very
civil campaign.
"The funny thing I've learned
is how many people my moth-
er's age had her for second
grade," Taylor said laughing and
- explaining he and his challenger,
are "great friends."


Early

voting is "

available

at library

FROM STAFF
,Early voting began Monday
and is available at the Beaches
Library, 600 Third St. in .
Neptune Beach, as well as at 14 e
other locations, voters may cast
ballots weekdays from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays and
Sunday. from 1 p.m. to ,5 p.m.
through Sunday, Nov. 5. "Other
sites include:
* Supervisor of Elections
Office, ' '.
* Argyle Library,
* Bradham Brooks Library,
* Graham Library,
* Highlands Library,
* Mandarin Library, ,
* Murray Hill Library,
* Pablo Creek Library,
* Regency Square Library,
* South Mandarin Library, .
* Southeast Library',
* University Park Library, ' .
* Webb Wesconnett Library
* West Regional Library Memb
Sample ballots are available Beach
for review In English and Rodric
Spanish at each of the early Samai
voting sites. Voters should Jarrod
bring an, accepted form of
photo and signature ID with
them when voting. For more
information about early voting Se
and accepted identification,
please contact the Supervisor
ofElections Office at 630-1414
or visit online at wwwduval-
elections.com. ' ' ack
S . '* i . . Tonva
main
theirs
ifiULIZIC t


Beaches Watch

puts candidate

info on its site

S, ROM STAFF
To help inform Jacksonville
Beach voters before the Nov. 7
election, Beaches Watch is pro- .
hiding additional city council.
candidate information on the
group's web site at
m/> .
'The online candidate infor-
mation contains a short profile
about the candidate and
answers to a Beaches Watch
candidate Q&A .on specific"
Jacksonville Beach issues such
as traffic, transients, growth,
"'pdbi"' sifety,"'commmntgation
..a.qd rn ore. '; ' '. ' . '
Last week, Beaches Watch
held a candidate forum for the-
Jacksonville Beach City.
Council ' candidates.
Approximately 40 people
attended to hear the candidates
speak about the issues facing
the community and their pro-
posals.
Beaches Watch is a non-prof-
it, non-partisan group of citi-.
zens interested in local govern-
ment.
Jacksonville Beach elections
will be held on Tuesday, Nov., 7,
to fill two Jacksonville Beach
City Council seats.


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manage
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when


ers of the Fletcher High School Key Club volunteer at the 75th Anniversary of Neptune
celebration on Saturday. Volunteers, from left, top row are-Katie Crumbley, Keisha
guez, Sarah Mackey, Sara Wright, Amy Minton (faculty advisor), Kimberly Martirone and
ntha Thiounn. Bottom row from left, Katherine Pullen, Margaret Olcott, Joshua Dunbar and
I Martirone. Not pictured: Jake Rosenzweig, Rachel Larsh and James DelRosario.


x Offender:


Cont. from A-1

sonville Beach Police Det.
Tator is responsible for
g sure violators register
status with the state and
es citizens whenever a
or moves into the area.
basically act as their case
ger," said Tator, who also
shed a list of offenders for
hes, schools and day cares,
updating the list two


Road: *

Count. from A-1
When this does happen, Lilly.
said they immediately contact
the appropriate utility compa-
ny, but cannot control how
quickly the company will
respond.
"We do not purposely go out
there and try to disable busi-
ness," Lilly said, explaining
that he understood business
owners' concerns.
While several businesses
mentioned problems when
contacted, Lilly said he has
only been contacted by three.
"Even under the best condi-
tions, there's things that are
going to happen," Lilly said.
The work is scheduled
to be finished by April 2007,
but Lilly said they are striving
to be ahead of schedule and
expect it might be possible.
The work is being done to
move utilities from the state-'
owned Beach Boulevard to the
city-owned Shetter Avenue in,
anticipation of the realignment
of Penman Road and Beach
Boulevard. That project is to go
out for bids in early 2007.


Districts:


Cant. from A-l
if would be addressed on the
next election ballot.
If the city chooses to create a
committee to investigate dis-
tricts, then there will not be.
enough staff time available to
work on a Town Center overlay
district or amendments to the
city's tree ordinance, both of
which were high on,' the com-
mission's priority to do list, City
Manager Jim Hanson said in a
memo to the commission.
Wolfson pointed out that the
subcommittee would have to be
appointed now in order for it to*
effectively study representation
and make a recommendation.
"This is on a legislative dead-
line," Wolfson said.


Staff has said the language for
any recommended change
would have to be presented to
the commission before July to
get it on the October 2, 2007
municipal ballot. '.t..
While no final decisions have
been made as to who will be on
the subcommittee or how many
people will be appointed, ,
Commissioner Jaime Fletcher
suggested the group consist of
no more than. 15 people. Also,
Wolfson suggested a liaison
between the subcommittee and
the commission.
The , subcommittee specifica-
tions will be decided at a work-
shop meeting JNov.6, two hours
prior to the regular commission
meeting. ,


years ago.
, According to the Sexual
Predator Law, which went into
effect Oct. 1, 1996, cities and
counties must be informed
when convicted sex offenders
involved in cases dealing with
minors are released from jail or
prison.
The FDLE is then responsible
for sending the name of the vio-
lator to the local government
where the person reside.
"The purpose of making the'
list available to these places is to
hopefully promote awareness
for parents and the staff as
well," Tator said.
The list includes a photo-.
graph of the offenders and pred-'.
ators along with names, address-
es and their present status,
whether it is continued supervi-
sion or, more importantly, if
they have been released from.
probation.
The Jacob Wetterling Act,,
named for. the 11-year-old,
Minnesota boy abducted at gun-
point in 1989 by a masked man
while' returning homefrom the
store with two other .oys,"was
also designed to further protect
children from sexual predators.
The national law requires that
all states require identification
and registration of all sexual
predators.
"Megan's Law," named after
7-year-old Megan Kanka who
was beaten, raped and murdered
in 1994 by a neighbor and con-
victed child molester who lured
her to see his new puppy, was
the first amendment to the'


Cemetery:

Cont. fronmA-l
Terrell said the next step may
be legal action depending on
the outcome of the meeting.
"I expect there will be some
debate. Some of the community,
members will be disappointed.
But the project will continue
and they will probably pave
over graves," she said.
"I knew from the beginning
that there would be problems. I
just thought they would be hon-
est. Now I'm not sure that they"
are even that."
To investigate the reports of
missing graves in the path of the
road improvements, city offi-
cials hired a geotechnical firm to
conduct ground penetrating
radar over the site. The study
identified, 10 anomalies bearing
the signature of a burial but the
excavation revealed that the soil
was intact.
"We didn't find anything,"


Jacob Wetterling Act.
The amendment mandates all
states develop a community
notification program to apply to .
both child molesters and sexual
offenders.
A sexual offender is defined as
someone convicted of commit-
ting, or attempting to commit a
kidnapping of a minor, false
imprisonment, sexual batten' or
soliciting a minor for prostitu-
tion. .
It also includes lewd and las-
civious offenses upon or in the'
presence of a minor under 16
years of age or an elderly or dis-
abled person, sexual perform-
ance by a child and computer
pornography.
A sexual predator "is a step
up," Tator said, and must be
found guilty in court on "a sec-
ond strike" of a sexual offense.
The charges can carry differ-
ent penalties depending on the
age of the child, she said.
An offender determined to be'
a sexually violent predator is
designated a "sexual predator"
.and is subject to registration-and
publicommumritv-notilkcation.
Failure by a sexual predator
to register as required by a law is
-a ,third degree felony.
Notification of a current address
is required twice a year by pred-
ators.
Information is also available
at www.fdle.state.fl.us. Click on
the link to the sexual offenders
and predators database and fill
in the required information
including the zip code and sub-
mit.


Forbes said. "We did the ground
penetrating radar, we dug down
and checked out all of the
potential grave sites and found
nothing. We have been more
than responsible in this situa-
tion."
Forbes said an environmental
team excavated by hand six of
the four possible grave sites.
Three funeral directors were also
on call to properly handle any
remains unearthed during the
dig.
"They went at least at least six
feet plus deep," Forbes said.
"They could see that the soil at
those levels was undisturbed.
We checked out all the leads and
they are confident that there is
nothing there."
Forbes, said design work is 90
percent complete and bids will
be sought at the beginning of
2007.


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The Leader's Opinion


Representative

should be choice

of district voters

St Johns County voters will get a chance to improve
their representation on the county commission and hope-
fully the responsiveness of county government as well. A
referendum on the Nov. 7 ballot will ask voters to approve
a change from a five member county commission, all
members elected at large, to a seven member board made
up of five members elected by district vote and two at
large.
Ponte Vedra residents, in particular, should line up
behind the idea of a commissioner from their own district.
Current votng laws require electing all five county com-
missioners County-wide. While each commissioner must
live in one of the five districts, all voters in the county get:
to vote for any commissioner. This gave rise to the current
Situation that has Ponte Vedra Beach represented by a
commissioner who was defeated in Ponte Vedra Beach but
won in the rest of the county'. Lest one thinks this is a rare
anomaly, the winner of the September Republican pri-
mary received fewer votes in the district than his oppo-
nent.
One of the arguments for keeping the election of coun-.
ty commissioners on a county wide vote has been the idea
that Ponte Vedra voters will have some influence on the
commissioners who represent the other four districts. But
the more common result seems to be that the choice of
Ponte Vedra voters gets vetoed by the rest of the county.
Isn't it fundamentally unfair that a district cannot decide
who it wants for its representative on the county commis-
sion?
Another argument advanced in favor of the status quo
complains about the additional cost, maybe as much as
$200,000 to support the extra commissioners. The com-
mission just approved next year's budget of $732,000,000.
Who believes an extra $200,000 for better oversight and
fairer representation is a bad idea?
The Ponte Vedra community has been frustrated by a
lack of responsiveness from county officials, mainly on-,
issues of growth and development, and any change that'
gives more weight to the community and less dictatorial
authority to officials in St Augustine would be a welcome
change.
In 1994 we opposed the change to all commission
members being elected by county-wide vote. We strongly
support an affirmative vote on Nov. 7 to change back to a
more democratically elected commission.



Letters to the editor:


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To the editor:
There is a plan
Jacksonville Beach to "aul
mate" garbage pick-up. Her
how it will work. You will
issued a very large garbage ca
a jumbo garbage can. You w
have to find a place to keep
on your property. Where w
you keep it? You can keep
out by the street, where it t
be susceptible to being hit
cars or knocked over by va
dais and high wind.
You can keep the big thi
in your car port or garage; on
a week you will have to drag
out to the street, perha
loaded with so much garba
that you will have to be


excellent physical condition to
n ' drag it. .
to- If you live in a. town house
e's. or some other place which
be does not have a side yard, you
in, will have two choices; you can.
vill either leave the can beside the
Sit street 24 hours a day and, 7
vill days a week, or you can place it
it against the front of your
Mill home. Under the front win-
by dow? Next to the front door?
in- And wouldn't that be lovely?
The plan to "automate"
ng . received a favorable vote from
ice everyone on the city council
it except Mayor Sharp.
ps , Dexter I Mann
pge ". Jacksonville Beach
-g ,. :


Thanks to many vets


To the editor
"Flags of Our Fathers is an
excellent movie about an
exceptionally tough battle ifi
the Pacific during World'War
II. As important as that battle
was, it should be remembered
that there were 126 amphibi-
ous invasions in the Pacific.
Some were major operations
'such as Iwo Jima, but others,


,.such as Guadalcanal,
Bougainville, Tarawa,
SKwajalein, Eniwetok, Saipan,
Guam, Leyte, and Okinawa.
were equally important and
just as tough.
Our thanks to all'tho'se who'
participated in those inva-
sions. '
Tom Goodsite
Atlantic Beach


THE BEACHES LEADER

PONTE VEDRA LEADER


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Costumes can prove ridiculous


S o, hello,,, Halloween.
When I was doing high
.school in New Jersey, it
appeared as though every day
was Halloween. One year,
some of the boys regularly
wore a pajama top instead of
a shirt. That was particularly
.appropriate because too many ,
of us more or less slept
through our classes, if we
were there at all. As I remem-
ber. just to keep the faculty
off. balance, a few sported a
" necktie on Halloween, along
with the p.l. part.
The truant officer, incideri-
tally, was always dressed for-.
mally as he pursued us, gener-
ally to no avail. One of our
more perceptive rebels, after
remarking about how snazzy
the t.o. looked, said, "He's.
" impersonating a nice guy."'
Sherlock, as we referred to
him, might have made a loyal
operative during the Spanish
Inquisition.' Of course, we
lived to regret goofing off.
Around here, at least, don-
ning a costume isn't con-
fined to kids. My late wife,,
Lucy, and I went to a
lHalloween costume party
* once in Jax Beach. As a sou-
venir of a trip to ,heMiddle


JOHN
HARDEBECK
COLUMNIST


East, I owned the type of
checked headdress that
Palestinian leader Arafat
always wore. With that, I had
on a cloak labeled, "Yasir
Arafathead."
Maybe even more off-the-
wall were two other male par-
,tygoers. One was dressed as
Little Lord Fauntleroy,. com-
plete with a kneepants velvet.
suit , lace collar, and weird
wig, The other came as the
"Good Fairy,." wearing a tutu,
the thigh-high ballerina skirt,
and wings. WitV their ha.iry .


.: - . i . 1 '


legs arid whiskery mugs, they
had no more sense than to go
out, thus clad, to replenish
the ice and beer supply.
Although the police didn't
arrest 'em, I can imagine how
they'd have looked in the
lineup.
As a prelude to this year's
Halloween, a local Red Hat
group, the Ocean Beaches
chapter, recently went on a
"ghost tour" in St. Augustine.
Maggi, the chapter's "Queen,"
told me that they enjoyed a
guided nighttime walk to
spooky spots in the Ancient
City. Wearing their red hats
and purple outfits, they may
have seemed like one of the
attractions, albeit the most
jolly of the featured ghosts
and goblins.
An impressive tour stop was
at the City Gates, the site of a
legend involving a little girl
who died during a. long-ago


yellow fever epidi
body, in a white dre
hat), was found the
unclaimed. Nowada
sometimes seen d
the Gates in the A
She waves at passing
disappears.


" . . ' i),i. ,."


Voting is best way to pay tribu

to the sacrifices of veterans.


To the editor:'
lVoting is a civic duty that
gets ignored by many. The
turnout for the September
primary was discouraging.
Not even a quarter of those
who. were registered cast a
vote. The November 7th gen-
eral election will determine
the direction our State and
Nation will be heading into
the future. It amazes me that
people still have the audacity
to complain about decisions
made in Washington and
Tallahassee when they do not
even take the time to vote.
Currently, we are now'
offered three options to cast
our vote. You can request an
absentee ballot from your,
.county' supervisor of elec-
tion's office, ydu can Vote6
early starting 15 days prior to.
the election, or , you may
choose to go to your assigned
polling place on election day.
Throughout the history,of
our nation, our military has,
fought to preserve our gov-


ernment and defend our US
Constitution. Lives have
been sacrificed sothat we can
cast our vote in a free coun-
'try. Today, tens of thousands
of US servicemen and women
are awaiting their absentee
ballots. . They will be taking
time away from their mis-
sions to vote. How much
time will you be taking out of
your day to vote? These brave
men and women are fighting
to assist two third-world
countries, Afghanistan and
Iraq, set-up and defend their
own republics after years of
oppressive rule.
Research your candidates
and the proposed State
Constitutional amendments.
If you are a business owner,
'consider ,'allowing your
employees ample time 'to
vote. As a voter, you cannot,
always expect to see your can-
didates win, but you need to
'be part of the election
process. While our govern-
ment may not be perfect, it


has survived ov
quarter centuries.
establishes ti
States as the pren
of a democracy ai
standard for the
countries that en
ernment are w
Let's show them
freedom and th
being an Amei
these next two we
ber those who ha
defend our fre
remember those
rently serving in
as you cast your
still cannot muste
reasons to vote,
polls in their hon
willing to put th
on the line to
right to vote.

Dr. Ron

Ponte
President,
Club of Ponte


Principles of justice must pre

regardless of leadership's abil


To the editor:
A leader is required to pro-
tect the lives, the well being,
and safety of service person-
nel he or she sends into com-
bat to kill and to:face the pos-,
sibility of being killed or cap-
tured. .Possession of the
equipment, intelligence, and
leadership provides the best
possibility of survival and;
insures the best chance .of
avoiding lifelong disabling
injury. Capture in combat is
a terrible risk. Assurance of
humane treatment of enemy
combatants is the responsibil-
ity of the leadership of all
nations. Neglect comes from
the inexperienced and ill
informed.
Armed conflicts throughout
history have resulted in aban-
donment of the principles of
humane treatment of prison-
ers of war. A change. was
championed by the United


States when the procedures
for achieving humanitarian
justice were adopted at. 4he
Geneva 'Convention in' 1950.
The paragraph below, is
taken directly .from. the.
Geneva Convention. .-
Common Article 3, in sum-
mary, is implemented by ,et-
ting standards in military
manuals, by offering training
to armed forces in humanitar-
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towards lowering the thresh-
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law; and (b) convergence of
humanitarian law and human
rights law.
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A few of the

hundredS Of

things I don't

understand

Why highway people some-
times are so cavalier about
*erecting signs jto- help
motorists get from one place to
another, but feel compelled to
put up a sign that .says:
"Runaway Vehicles Only."
Driving through North Georgia
last week, I was descending a
steep mountain when I saw the
sign warning me to stay off
unless my vehicle was truly a
runaway. As if I had to be told.
The question arises: Has some-
one not piloting a runaway
actually pulled off the road,
parked his vehicle and pic-
nicked in that pile of sand at the
end of the ramp?

*Why politicians continue to
run vicious, mud-slinging elec-
tion campaigns, especially in
their television advertising,
when the majority- of voters say
they despise such tactics. The
answer, a friend said the other
night, is because they work.
That's too bad, isn't it?


emic. Her' *Whyy car manufacturers
ess (no red think we consumers might be
re and was impressed by high numbers on
ays, she is speedometers. No kidding. My
ancing at wife and I just bought a new car
vee hours. whose speedometer maxes out
g cars and at 160 miles an hour. And it's
loaded with a powerful four-
cylinder engine. If a car with a
tuVY.mon small engine is pushing 160'on
87'-dcathne gasoline,' i'dorl't wah't"
to be in it - because it's falling
off a cliff.
S' hy people who have com-
mitted embarrassing acts against
ite their families - some ha-e com-
ite mitted serious crimes - agree to
tell it all before millions of peo-
Spie watching Dr. Phil on televi-
sion. "Dr. Phil, my husband is a
two and compulsive ax murderer, but he
This refuses to get any help for his
United condition. So we wanted you to
er example tell us what to do." I'll never
it sets the understand that.
Arld. Other
y our gov- * Why software companies
ching us. who are giving away their serv-
e value of ices think people are going to
value of read those 5,000 words in agate
an. Over ;type before they "agree" to con-
ks, remem- editions of their contracts. I don't
fought to have time - and often can't -
dom and read those conditions and usual-
io are cur- ly click on "do not agree"
arm's way because I might agree to buy a
te. If you $40,000 mainframe operating
up enough system complete with a four-
ttend the cylinder engine that'll do 160.
Th are - ..


ieir lives are '* Why beautiful 16-year-old
defend your' girls want to undergo plastic
surgery to improve or enlarge
parts of their bodies. Is that a
aid Renuart comment about the pressure on
Physician young women to be volup-
Vedra Beach tuous? Unless we're talking
Republican about a disfiguring feature, the
Vedra Beach standard advice is, "Don't doit."
That's advice from this Dr. Phil,
. the father of two lovely daugh-
ters.
S " *Why publishers of do-it-
yVa I f yourself books think men will
. follow instructions, even 'if
ities -they're simple instructions. I
'know -'that's unfair. Some men,
do actually follow instructions.
strength or' But I'mnot good at reading and
government transferring that wonderful,
.weakness of simple information to my
)f any nation hands. My wife 'has bought me
otecting 'its ,books on building outdoor
part of the structures, plumbing, basic
baseline' is the wiring, waterproofing and wall-
pplication of papering. I had a fair amount of
ples is not success with wallpapering, with
the ability of help from a video borrowed
from a paint " store.
if the letter Unfortunately, I accidentally
lled out in taped "60 Minutes" over the
3 damaged store's only copy.
:e. The lead- And Mike .Wallace doesn't
in accom- know anything about wallpa-
itions of the' peering.


humanitarian
political deci-

make their
principles of
tice.
mis L. Lane
ir II Veteran
Vedra Beach


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POLICE BEAT
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NEPT
A burglary
1400 bloc
Boulevard on'
to a police
responded to
ness. When
cers discover
"the business
cabinet was
were 125 va
pipes and bon
stolen, at a tot
The suspect is

Kathryn R
was charged
enforcement
in the 2400
Boulevard, acc
report. An off
a stationary
docked Krear
mph in a 45
report said. H-
ed to catch hi
'ated in an art
officer notic
swerving betv
she nearly ran
report' said.

. A burglary
18 at the
Oceanfront D
a, police rep
approxmab. edl.,t
approximately


UNE BEACH
occurred in the,
k of Atlantic
Oct. 22, according
report. ,Police
an alarm ata busi-
they arrived,' offi-
ed the rear door of
open and.a glass
shattered. There
various , knives, 60
igs and 47 BB guns
tal value of $9,185.


leaving a building,' one of them
carrying a fire extinguisher.
They got into a vehicle arid'
drove west on Seagate Avenue.'
, ', ,' * . * ,o ,

ATLANTIC BEACH
Gerald Lorenzo'Wright, 22,
was charged with uttering
forged bills on Oct. 20 in the
900 block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to a police report.
*000*


s unknown. -. ,.',"'* Aggravated battery occurred
* *.. . on Oct. 6 at an unknown loca-
ose Kreamer, 27, tion. The victimm left a bar and
with fleeing a law was invited to join two women
officer on Oct. 20 in a hot tub, according to a
block of Atlantic police report. He accompanied.
cording to a police the women to a house and
ricer was operating while they were in the hot tub,
radar when he an unidentified man arrived
ner speeding at 93 and began yelling and hitting
5 mph zone, the the victim, the report said. The'
Ie said he attempt- victim ran to his car and realized
er, but she acceler- that he had been stabbed, the
empt to flee. The police report said. He drove.
ed her car was himself to the hospital.
.een two lanes and . * *
n into a wall, the A burglary occurred on Oct.
12 in the 300 block of Seventh
* * * . . Street, according to a police'
occurred on" Oct. report. A wallet was stolen out'
2000 block' of of an unlocked vehicle and a
)rive, according to credit card was used to purchase
pI,t. .\.jitress's a computer


.e .,white ,,m les,.
y 17-years-old,


Larceny was committed on


'Oct. 16, in the 100 block of
Ardella Road. On Oct. 14, the'
victim had several guests at her
residence. Some spent the night
and others were just visiting. At
1 a.m. the victim noticed her
wallet was missing. The victim
,called her credit card company,
.but. no fraudulent charges had
been made, ..

A womai was arrested on:.
Oct. 19 in the 1600 'block of.
Mayport Road for offering or
engaging in prostitution.
* * * '*. .
Danier Glenn Smith, 44, was
arrested and charged with resist-
ing an officer with violence on,
Oct. "22 in the 400: block of,
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report. Police were dis-
patched in reference, to, a dis-
pute.
*' ' ,-' " ' '

PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A $70,000 loader and 16-foot
trailer were reported stolen last
week from a construction site in
the .area. of Palm Valley Road
and South Perimeter. Road. A
police report said the theft
occurred between the evening
6of'Ot. 'I arid' the morning of
-Oct... 1,9. -A.-yelow and-.black.
Caterpillar skid steer was discov-


ered missing from the site a
with a black trailer, dep
reported.

A 32-year-old Ponte V
Beach man died early Satu
when a 2000 Dodge truck
was riding in hit a tow t
parked partly on Phi
Highway in the southbc
lanes, according to the Fli
Highway Patrol. - ,
Wallace A. Martin died v
the truck southbound
Philhps and driven by Anc
C. Bishop, 32, of Nep
Beach, struck the rear of the
truck, which was ,helping a
abled vehicle, the FHP said.
Bishop, who was wear
seat belt, was flown to Sh
'Jacksonville hospital with
cal injuries, the FHP said. Mf
was not using a seat belt, acc
ing to the report.
' ,* ' ' * *

JACKSONVILLE BEAC
Criminal mischief was re]
ed Oct. 18 at a pool compare
the 500 block of 10th Stre
Two company trucks were d
aged when unknown susF
threw rocks and concrete,
tering the windshields of
vehicles parked in the rear o
building.

Phone harassment was re]
ed Oct.: 14 in the 300 bloc
1st Street N. A hotel clerk
police that she received se'
menacing phone calls that
believed to be the same ca
The suspect repeatedly a
the woman if the calls
recorded and told her he tv
ed to hang her up by her ha

Battery was reported Oc1
in the 100 block of 4th Av'
The victim told police tha
left his cell phone inside a [
and was struck in the head
a beer bottle when he trie
retrieve it. He sustained a lai
tion to his head, a police re
said.

Arson was reported Oct.1
the 700 block of 12th Ave. S
11-year-old boy told police
he observed a male sus
wearing a dark hooded sv
shirt riding a bike away frc
brush fire. The fire burned
feet obtbrush around a tree
-the. sile.of---another aison.
reported two days before.


long * * *
uties Auto burglary was reported
Oct. 17 in the 100 block of 35th
Ave. S. Stolen items include a
Tedra camera, radar detector and 20
irday CD's. Total loss is estimated at
k he $605.
ruck. * * *'
illips Ashley LeeAnn Bradley, 23,
tund of Jacksonville Beach was
orida arrested Oct.' 17 and charged
. ; with aggravated.battery in the
hien -first block of Fairway' Road,
on according to a police 'report.
diew Police observed the victim out-
tune side the' residence holding a
tow, towel to a knife wound on the
idis- right shoulder. ,

ng a Janice Kiser,;- 22, of
hands Jacksonville was arrested Oct.'17
criti- and charged with employee,
artin theft at a bank in the 2300rblock
:ord- of 3rd Street S., according to a
.police report. Seven money
orders for a total bf $5,650 were
cashed at the bank and theft
was discovered on' Sept. 6, police
:H ' said. ' . ' , .. . ' ,
port- . * * *
ny in Benjamin A. Sessoms, 47, of
et S. Orlando was arrested Oct. 16
dam- and charged with burglary to an
pects unoccupied structure and fraud-
shat- ulent use of identification at a
the hotel in the 1500 block of 1st
f the Street N., according to a police
report. : .
, . ' , .* ,


A 17-year-old Jacksonville
Beach teen was charged with
resisting arrest with violence
Oct. 17 after he was found
intoxicated lying on the side of
the road in the 200 block of
22nd Ave. S. The teen refused to
cooperate with medical person-
nel and kicked and scratched a
police officer, police reported.
He was released to a parent and
was issued a court date.


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On Friday, October 27V , 2006
6 PM social hour, 7 PM Introductions and meet the candidates,
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OBITUARIES!_


Susan Juanita Aley


Tony Martin, Jr


Susan Juanita Aley, a lifelong
resident of Jacksonville and
the Beaches, died Oct. 19,,
2006. She was born June 23,
1957.
Aley was predeceased by her
father, William C. "Capt., Bill"
Aley, Jr., and "Granny" Juanita
Harden. Survivors include her
mother, Billie Brown, and step-.
father, Paul; paternal grand-
mother, Mattie Aley; brothers,
Bill, Larry and Mark (Karen.);
"Uncle Bob" Bullock (Cheryl);
nieces, Elizabeth and Tana;
nephews, Billy, Brandon and
Ryan; and cousins, Rob and
Steve Bullock and Kevin Lee.
A. memorial service will be


Francis Joseph
,Major, U.S.


Francis Joseph "Frank" Kirsch
died Oct. 20, 2006. He was born
teb. 25, 1926 in Philadelphia
and spent his childhood on the
family farm near Quakertown,
' P a ." . .. . ..,. . ,
KLisch retired from the U.S.
Army in 1969 after serving his
country for more than 20 years.
His military career included
tours in Vietnam and Korea as
'well as duty stations in Fort
Rucker Ala.; Jacksonville, Fort
Gordon, Ga.; Japan, Germany
and Africa. He flew helicopters
and fixed wing aircraft as well as
specializing in combat damage
reconstruction projects.
After retirement from the mil-
itary, Kirsch worked in construc-
tion, often as a project manager.
His. and thorough knowledge' of .
building made him an expert'
construction estimator, accord-
ing tofamily. .
In his retirement, Kirsch
found great joy in his family
and projects. He contracted the
home he and his wife, "Stelle,"


Mario Kamenetzky, 79, died
Oct. 22, 2006 at his home in
Jacksonville. Born in Santiago
del Estero, Argentina on May
15, 1927 to Abraham and Fany
Kamenetzky, Kamenetzky grew
up in Santiago del Estero, where
he completed high school. He'
received his bachelor's degree in
Chemical Engineering from the
:- niversidad Nacional del
Litoral in Santa Fe, Argentina in
1952.
Kamenetzkv married Sofia-
lurcovich in 1953. In 1964 he
attended the ENSIC in Nancy,
SFrance, where he did post-grad-
uate work in Chemical
Engineering. He moved, with
his family, .to the United States
in 1979 to become Science and
Technology Specialist for the
World Bank in Washington,
D.C.
* After, Kamenetzky retired, he


held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at
Beaches Chapel, Neptune
Beach. Aley's ashes, will be
spread offshore in the same
location as her father's.
. The 'family offers sincere
thanks 'to the caregivers Aley
had, through the years, : to
include' the doctors and nurses,
at Shands and to the
'Community; Hospice of
'-Northeast Florida, and asks
that, in lieu of flowers, dona-
tions be,made to the Beaches
Chapel or to' the, Community'
Hospice. .
* Arrangements niade under
the direction of Eternity
Funeral Home.


"Frank" Kirsch,

Army (Ret.)


lived in, and they played cards,
socialized .and ' entertained
often. .
Kirsch's sharp mind enabled
him to converse with anyone
on a wide range of topics. He
possessed special talents for
games and history, loved a good
joke and a good smoke and,
never, forgot anyone's name,
according to his family.
S.Kitsch is survived by his wife
'of 43 years, Margaret Estelle


Tony Martin
.Oct. 21, 2006, t
automobile ace


was born April 4, 1973 to Tony
and Karen Martin.
Martin was co-owner of
Black Sheep Surf Shop in'
Jacksonville Beach. Surfing was
a way of life for him
Martin is predeceased bv his,
aunt, Alexis Keir. Surviving
family members include his
. '. son, Curren Nesta Martin;
father and mother. Tony and
Karen Martin: grandparents,
Laurence and Freda
Williamson and Mildred Wood
Martin; brother; Grant
Laurence Martin; sister, Alisha
SJr., 33, died Michelle Martin; ex-wife,
he result of an Heather' Martin; his son's
ident. Martini grandparents, Linda and Ed

David A. Phelps, Jr


David A. Phelps, Jr., 46, of St.
Augustine died Oct. 20, 2006
after a long battle with cancer.
Phelps was born May 11, .1960
.to David Phelps, Sr, and Priscilla
Phelps. He was employed: as a
Director for Blue Cross Blue
Shield of Florida.
Family members include his
wife, Judy Phelps; children,,
Jade, Jordan, Jared and Jamison
Phelps; parents, David Sr. and
Priscilla Phelps; sisters, Kimberly


Phelps of Indianapolis, Ind.,.
Teresa (Johni Boyd of.
Gaithersbuxg, Md.,; Sherry'
(Brian) Boudoin of Carmel, Ind.,
and Kelly .(Michael) Barksdale of
Fishers, Ind.; and a host, of
nieces, nephews and cousins.
A Memorial Service was held
Tuesday in the chapel of Christ
Church of Mandarin.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


James Eugene Whiddon


Kuis.n. rruh. F ram iei members icue . . ......
his son, Robert Kirsch' James Eugene Whiddon of son, Stephen J. Whiddon
(Louanne); stepsons, John Stose Columbia, Md., son of the late (Jennifer) of Columbia, Md.;
and Bill Stose (Kathy); "grand- James C. Whiddon 'and daughter, Maureen E. Dausch
daughters, Ashley S.tose, Tracy Elizabeth Whiddon-McRae of (Eric). of York, Pa.; grandchil-
Gulledge (Keith), Merrill Stose 'Neptune Beach, died Oct. 22, dien, Daniel and Michael
and Kerrie Stose; great grand- 2006,. \Vhiddon and Sullivan, Caleb.
children, Lane ar0d Linzi - Whiddon was a member of .and Riley Dausch.
Gulledge; sister-in-law, Trudy the Fletcher High School gradu- The family will receive friends
Pyatt (Charliel; niece, Tere ating'class of 1958. He also was Thursday at \Vitzke's Funeral.
Henderson (Tom); nephews , a graduate of the University of , Homes, Inc., of Columbia, Md.
Steve Jarrett (Robinj and Moker Maryland. A Mass of Christian Burial will
Jarrett (Cheryl); niece, Tara Whiddon was a member of St. be held at noon Friday at St.
Jarrett; nephew, Jason Jarrett John's The Evangelist Roman .John's The Evangelist Roman ,
(Jenniferi, and great grand Catholic Church in Columbia, Catholic Church. Inurnment
niece, Teagan Jarrett. Kirsch was Md. He was a past Grand Knight will be private.
predeceased by his son, Frank, and officer of Knights of In lieu of flowers, thefamily
and his daughter, Karen. Columbus, Council 7559, and requests; that' donations be
Kirsch's nephews Jason was a Fourth Degree Knight of made to St. John's The
Jarrett, Parker Jarrett,, Austin Columbus. Elizabeth Ann Seton Evangelist,. Roman Catholic
Jarrett, Jeff Henderson and Matt Assembly. Church, 10431 Twin Rivers
Henderson will serve as pall- A veteran of the U.S. Army, Road, Columbia, Md., 21044.
bearers. . Whiddon was active in Boy Services under the direction
. Services, were held- Monday., -,Scouuti of America., Heralso. was. . of WVitzke's Funeral -Homes,"Inc,..
Visitation ilth the family was,, ,atiqp at, ForgngeL. aiAfiiorn. 01 j .. iw -
on Sunday evening at Haidage- Center in Columbia, Md.
Giddens Funeral Home. Whiddon retired from. the '
Interment followed the services, '.National Security Agency after'-
at .H. Warren Smith Cemetery, 32 years of service in 1995.
Jacksonville Beach. He is survived by his wife of
34 years, Marie C. Whiddon; , H f


Mario Kamenetzky


and his wife settled .in Palm
Coast, where the couple lived
until 2005, when they moved to
Jacksonville. .
Kamenetzky tackled socioeco-,
nomic development issues for
more than 50 years as chemical
engineer, university professor,.
corporate officer,' independent
consultant, scholar, poet and'
writer. He pursued his interest
through active engagement in
the World Business Academy,
International Sociological
.Association, Jean Gebser
International Society and other
organizations. He wrote the
book '"The Invisible Player. -
Consciousness as the Soul of
Economical, Social and Political
Life," published in, 1999.
Kamenetzky was a member of
the Unitarian Universalist
Society of Daytona Beach area.
,:His family includes his wife of'


54 years, Sofia Kamenetzky; two
sons, Ricardo and Eduardo
Kamenetzky; daughters-in-law,
Julie and Michele Kamenetzky;
granddaughters, Elena and Julia
Kamenetzky; and grandson,
Alex Kamenetzky.
A Service of Remembrance
will be held at the Unitarian
Uirversalist Society of Daytona
Beach area Wednesday at 3:30
p.m . .
. In lieu of flowers, the family
requests' donations be made to
the Unitarian Universalist
Society of Daytona Beach Area,
56 North Halifax Dr., Ormond
Beach, FL 32176 or Community
Hospice' Foundation, 4114
Sunbeam' Road, Suite 101,
Jacksonville, FL 32257.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


LaMoy; aunts, uncles, many
cousins and a group of special
friends.
A funeral service will be held
at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the
chapel of' Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home.-A visitation will be held


one hour prior to the service.
In lieu .of flowers, memorials
to the Tony Martin Jr.
Memorial Scholarship Fund are
preferred.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


Anna Kristina Jonsson


Anna Kristina Jonsson,. 88,
died Oct. '23, 2006. She was.
born Dec. 13, 1917 in
Northern Sweden. She was the.
middle child of nine siblings.,
Wanting to see the world,
she took a job with a cruise


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F
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ship in 1939. She met her hus-
band Bo Erling Jonsson on the
ship and they were married in
1945. She was'a member of the'
sons of Norway.
Jonsson was predeceased by
her husband, Bo Erling
Jorisson and her granddaugh-
ter Kristina Elizabeth. Family
members include Earl and Judy
Jonsson, Chris and Karen
Jonsson .and grandchildren
Zach, Bryce, Taylor, Kelly and
Jaime.
Visitation will be 1 p.m.,
Thursday, with a funeral serv-
ice at 2 p.m. in the chapel of
the funeral home.
Arrangements by Hardage
-Giddens Funeral Home, 1701
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
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Prominent artist dies at PV home


FROM STAFF
Painter and writer J. 'Everett
'; Draper died Oct. 22, 2006 at his
home in Ponte Vedra Beach..
. He was born Oct. 17, 1915irim
' North Atleborough, Mass. to
Anna F. Petersen and Harold W.
'Draper.
Draper was a graduate of Pratt
Institute in New York and
attended the Grand Central
School of Art, studying illustra-
tion under the late Harvey
Dunn. He also studied with
Edgar Whitney, Paul Strisik and
John Pike.
During World War II, Draper,
served in U.S. Army
Intelligence, where he devel-
Soped strategic maps used in the
invasion of Normandy. He
returned to 'the United States
and to New Jersey to work' and
teach advertising design and fig-
Sure illustration at the Newark
School 'of Fine and Industrial
SArt. Draper retire din 1972 from
; the Prudential Insurance Co.,
where he was' an art, director.'
Draper had many one-man
shows and was an award-win-
ning signature member of the
American Watercolor Society.
Draper, listed in Who's Who in
American Art, was past presi-.


Sent of ' the
F 1 or.i da .da
Watercolor A
;Society and
past president '-
of the St. ,-
Augustine Art
Association. He
was' a member
of the Whiskey . Draper
'Painters of
America and the Salmagundi
Club, New York. .
'Draper was the author of two
best-selling watercolor books,.
"Putting People ,in Your
Paintings't and "People Painting
Scrapbook." His paintings are in
more than 400 corporate gov-
ernment and private collections
in the U.S., Canada, South
America and Europe, as well as
in the permanent collections of
several museums and universi-
ties.
Draper, a master at teaching
art, conducted many watercolor
workshops in the' U.S. and
,abroad.
Draper is predeceased by his
wife of 53 years, Evelyn, who
also was an award-winning
artist. He is survived by son
Richard Everett Draper, daugh-
ter Pamela Draper Whyte


(Robert), grandson William
Charles Schmidt (Jen), and
niece Sally Jean Draper.
A memorial service will be
held at 1, p.m. Thursday in
Christ. Episcopal Church of
Ponte Vedra Beach. In lieu of
flowers contributions may be
made to Northeast . Florida
Community' Hospice or the
American Cancer Society.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.-


The Family of
Linda Kendrick
(Ouellette)
wishes to express
our sincere thanks
and appreciation
for the many kind
and loving
remembrances
during our recent
loss.


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Thursday,
Oct. 26
Rose propagation: A
on propagating roses
offered from 10 a.m. tc
p.m. at the St. Johns Coi
Agricultural Center. A $5
is payable at the door,
participants must pre-reg
by calling 209-0430.



Oct. 27
Cradle Creek: Jackson
Beach celebrates complex
of its newest park, Cr
Creek Preserve, at 11 a.m.


park is a 43.3-acre,natural pre-
serve situated between the
Plantation Oaks and
class Marshside subdivisions and
is the Intracoastal Waterway.
12 The park entrance and patk-
unty ing lot is at the corner of 15th
i fee Street South and Fairway
and Lane. The public is invited to
ister attend the dedication ceremo-
ny.
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Persephone Healing Arts
Center of Jacksonville Beach
holds an all-organic cooking
class from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30
ville p.m. The class will focus on
.tion hdw to include fruit in
adle favorite desserts. Different
The ways of sweetening also will


Wednesday, Oct. 5
Daughters of Confederacy: The United Daughters of
the Confederacy, Mattie T., Wright Chapter, meets at l1'
a.m. at Selva Marina Country Club, 1600 Selva Marina
Dr., Atlantic Beach. The speaker vill be Beaches Area:
Historical Society director Holly Beasley. Visitors are
Welcome. Call 223-1413 for information.




Flu shots available: The Neptune Beach
Senior Activity Center, in cooperation with
Solantic, will have flu shots available from
I p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Senior Activity
Center. Doses of the vaccine are limited
in quantity and will be distributed on a
first-come, first-served basis.
Medicare participants must bring
their cards in order that Medicare
be billed directly. The flu shot is
$25 check or cash; charge cards i
are not accepted. Anyone who
needs a flu shot is welcome. The
Center is at 2004 Forest
Avenue. For information, call
270-1688.


be demonstrated. Call 246-
3583 for information or for
class reservations. There is a
materials fee.
No Dough Dinner: A No
,,Dough Dinner will be served
free from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at
the Mayport USO Center to
all active duty, reserves and
their families. The USO
Center of Mayport is at 2560
Mayport 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 Bavmneadows 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
First Aid "with AED
(Automated External
Defibrillation) from 9:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. at the USO, 2560
Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. Anyone with a mili-
tary ID gets a $5 discount. For
information or to register, call
the Mayport Service Center at
904-246-1395.

Holiday program:
"Christmas Dinner-Fast and
Festive" is one of three holi-
day programs being presented
by the University of Florida
Cooperative Extension Family
and Consumer Services
Program and the Master Food
and Nutrition Education
Program. The others .will be
IheM 'Nov.9 'and Nov" 1'4."Each,
will be presented at 10 a.m.'
and again at 7 p.m. at the
Extension Office, 1010 N.
McDuff Ave., Jacksonville.
The cost is $8 per class or $21
for all three. Reservations are
required and may be made
one week prior to each pro-


MEETINGS


SWednesdays
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 informa-
tion, 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 hospital 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, refreshments and
snacks are provided. The
V Senior Activity Center is
located at 2004 Forest Ave.
and can be reached by calling
' 270-1688.
Toastmasters: Toastmasters
of Ponte Vedra meets from
7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. in the
administration building of
the Ponte Vedra 'Inn and
Club. Coffee is served. For
more information, call
Michael Steele at 904-910-
1982 or ,visit http://pontve-
drabeach.freetoasthost.net.
Yoga at Guana: Yoga class-
es are being offered at. 5:30
p.m. WVednesday evenings at
the Guana . Tolomato-
Matanzas , (GTM),
Environmental Education
Center. Sally and Spring
Saldana, a .'mother-daughter
team, Will be the instructors.
The cost will be $10 per class.
For information, call 904-823-
4500.
Yoga for health: Yoga for


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


Thursday
Kiwanis Beaches: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaohes meets at noon at
Selva Country Club, '1600
SSelva Marina, Atlantic Beach.
V , i s . i t
www.beacheskiwanis.com for
information.

Friday
Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
Inc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at
St. Paul's Catholic Church's


Family Life Center, 578 1st
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-3299 for informa-
tion.
Senior tennis: Tennis for
seniors is being offered from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. at Huguenot
Tennis Center in Jacksonville
Beach. For information, call
Moe at 247-6221.
A senior men's doubles ten-
nis "C" level league also plays
through April at Huguenot
Tennis Center on Friday
mornings. The league has
home and away matches.
Call Bob Totter at 247-1865
for information.


Saturday
Adopt-A- Rescued-Kitt y:
Kittens and cats that have
been veterinarian-checked
and tested, and that have
shots and been neutered, are
available for adoption from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at PetCo at
Atlantic and Kernan boule-
vards.


Parliamentarians: The First
Coast Parliamentarians meet
the fourth Saturday of the
month from 10:15 a.m. to
12:15 p.m. at the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library, 101
Library Road. Call 744-9074
or 223-1314 for information,
or e-mail
SherryCaip@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
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
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.


gram by calling the Extension
Office at 387-8855.

^rThursday,
S' Nov. ,2
Ocean Beaches Aux: Ocean
, Beaches American' Legion
Auxiliary Unit 129 meets at
7:30 p.m. at 1151 4th St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Members
are encouraged to bring a
guest. For information, call
249-2266 or 242-0042.

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 pub-
lic from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
The opening -reception for
Precious Objects, also free and
open to the public, will be
held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Nov. 10. All pieces in the.
exhibition will be available
for purchase by holiday shop-
pers.
Woman's club craft,show:
The' Jacksonville Beaches
Woman's Club holds
ChristmaShowcase, a craft
show, at the clubhouse, 1315
2nd Ave. N., through Nov. 5.
Times are 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Sunday. The event will
feature handcrafted items
from 14 local and out-of-town
artisans. Admission and park-
ing are free. For information,
visit christmashowcase@bell-
south.net.

Saturday,
Nov. 4
Craft show: The Lakewood
United Methodist Women
sponsor the church's 21st
Annual Craft Extravaganza
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More
than 75 regional-crafters will
participate, and all proceeds
will benefit mission projects
around the world. Lakewood
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, Bli'vd.' CalW'733,84, 77 Pdr in for- .
mation.
Montessori: More than 150
children and parents are
expected to gather in The
Courtyard in Neptune Beach
to raise money for the


Montessori Tides Children's
Foundation, Inc. (MTCF), ,a
not-for-profit organization
that supports the Montessori
Tides School. Thie children'
will model the latest in' fall
fashions during the event,
which begins at 4 p.m. at The'
,Courtyard, 200 First Street.
The fashion show, which is
open to the public, will be fol-
lowed by a raffle and bar-
beque. Tickets are available
for purchase, and all proceeds
benefit the MTCF. For ticket
sales or information, call the
Montessori Tides School at
241-1139.
Sons of Italy: The Sons of
Italy Beaches Lodge sponsors
a Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m. at 7 Burling Way,
Jacksonville Beach, to raise
money for scholarships.
Sunday,
Nov. 5
National Torch Relay: The
National Torch Relay, spon-
sored by Marriott and benefit-
ing Children's Miracle
Network, comes to
Jacksonville. A 4.5-mile walk
and 3.5-mile run starts at 7:45
a.m. at the Fairfield Inn in
Jacksonville Beach and ends
at the Sawgrass Marriott. That
part of the relay is followed by
a 57-mile bike ride to
Daytona. The event began in
Baltimore and ends in
Hollywood, Calif. Anyone can
participate locally.' All funds


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Nov. 6
Get acquainted: A Business
Card Exchange will be held
from 6:30 pm. to 8 p.m. at
Alterman & Johnson Family
Chiropractors, 423 3rd'St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. For infor-
mation or to make a reserva-
tion, call 904-247-3933.
Tuesday,

Nov. 7
D.A.R.: The Ponte Vedra
Chapter of" the: Daughters of
the American Revolution will
meet at at 10:45 a.m. at Marsh
Landing Country Club, 25655
Marsh Landing Parkway. The
speaker will be Margret'
Sander, author of "Bad Time
.Stories." For information, call
Carolyn Roth at 904-992-7463
or Babs Hartmann at 904-
242-0025.
Leather sale: A two-day
leather sale, sponsored by
Baptist Medical Center
Beaches Hospital Auxiliary,
will be held in the main lobby
of the hospital. The sale,
which begins at 7 a.m. both
days, closes at 5 p.m. Tuesday
and 4 p.m. Wednesday. The
public is invited.


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pr.,AG o ., ROB DeArIGELO
:Kevin Brown with daughter, Jami, and wife Brenda at Fletcher High's homecoming game Friday night. Jami, a
Fletcher senior, was first runner-up in the homecoming court. The couple's son, Houston, is a Fletcher freshman.'



Coach's wives lend support to spouses,
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by JENNIFER KN
STAFF I\'RI
There are footb
and then there ai
wives.
Football iyi~sow
take part'.'in their
undying love for
Coach's wives
thing but carry tl
board for their si
ing spouses.
Two local womr
Medlock of Nepti
and Brenda Brow
Jacksonville Beac
tried to men who
high school sport
round.
The motto of a
/wife is a familiar
'can't beat 'um, jo
'"You have to si
because it is your
Lori MNedlock, wh
band, Ricky, calls
sive plays for the
High School foot
"He cares about
much so I care ab
The couple's th
Jake, 14, Sam, 12
'Luke, 1-0, have be
tures on the sidel
they were old enr
tote a football.
At age,5, Luke
ly gotin the way
football'game ar n
ished from the si
"As he is runni
the ball for an ex


NOECHEL he knocked the referee with us before in different end-of -the-year faculty
1TER ,down," Lori NMedlock situations where they've party at Fletcher in 1985.
recalled with a chuckle. needed it. You become so They were married the
all widows "He got the punishment connected." following summer.
re coach's of all punishments - he Creating connections Brenda said they would
had to sit in the stands with children is what the have married sooner, had
'slon't -;:with me.It's the-iua.,y . , wp,, is lue ja.t as -a ;., ..both- noet.been tied,.aP__is ,,gVA
-Ti'usband' 'things that keep lifeiritel-. . teachei-rtd gies, , 6 ig 8nato'if
football. ' testing " " Kevin Brown, a 1978 'teams.
do every- An unspoken rule among Fletcher grad, calls the Brenda coached when
he clip- high school coach's wives defensive signals for the they were first married but
gnal-call-. is not to give birth on.a . football Senators and is gave it up when she was
. , Friday night,. . also the head baseball pregnant with her second'
eri, Lori That's why Lori had Sam, coach at Fletcher. child.
une Beach her October baby, on a Brenda Brown is.a sign "I knew there was no way,
n of Saturday morning when language teacher at we could both do'it with
h, are mar- Ricky' was the head football Fletcher and a former ' the time and dedication it
coach coach at Mandarin High in f coach at the Neptune takes," she said.
ts year ' the 1990s. Beach school. "And t wanted to'be a
.. The Medlocks met in "'The best part of it all is morn more than I, wanted
coach's . 1982 when they' were both the relationships you build, to0be a coach.".
one: If you teaching at Arlington with the kids," said Brenda)' Lori'and Brenda both
)in 'um. Country Day School. who has coached cross said they sometimes feel
support it Lori said she was a huge country, track and flag like single parents when
life," said soccer fan. Ricky', a 1977 football at Fletcher.; .the football season heats
iosehus- Fletcher High graduate, ' "A lot of kids come and up, but both shrug it off as
sthe offen- played soccer at go through the school and; ' just another day in the life
e Fletcher' lacksonville University. you always have those few of a coach's wife.
ball team. They dated for seven ;special ones in class, but "There are times when,I
t it so . years and have been mar- when you.coach a kid it's a feel like that, but our chil-'
)out it." ' ried for' 17., . :, ' different relationship." dren wouldn't be the kids
ree boys, .:A former kindergarten ", Brenda said the boys on or the athletes they are
, and teacher, Lori is a guidance Fletcher's 1990 soccer team,; today if [Kevin] had not
een fix- . counselor at Alimacani which Kevin led to the .been that type of coach,"
lines since , Elemenitary School, where ' state semifinals, will always Brenda said.
ough to she has worked since remain special to her'farmi- ". Being a good athlete is
1990. " ' ly, which includes Jami, 17, not just being good on the
accidental- . "I always knew sports. and Houston, 15. ' field. It's also about being
during a was going to be a big part "They..used..to babysit our dedicated. That's what real-
d was ban- of our life," Lori said. - children and now one is ly matters."
delines. "Myi husband brings our financial planner," she . In other words,it'sa win-
ng toget home kids into our family; said. ' ' win situation for these two
tra point, and we've had kids live' ' The Browns met at an coach's wives.
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You do not just buy a


television these days


S ome days, don't you just
. long for a typewriter and
a rotary phone? Come on.
I know you do.
This past week, we made the
horrible mistake of purchasing
a new television. It's not a
plasma but it's much bigger.
than the old television that
has seemed to get smaller and
smaller as we get older and
older.
Did I mention that I.wear
trifocals? DidI mention that I
6ften end up sitting on the
floor in front of the television
so I can actually see what. is
going on? Did I mention that .
I really do not like television
very much, especially after
this week?
This whole mess started
when my son'left for college
and took his television with
him. That left a television
hole in the house, and we
can't have a television hole,
now can we?
Since we rarely go out in
,public around here like most
people to see movies, eat out,
stroll al6ng the riverbanks and
attend cultural events, we
thought this might be a per-
fect time :to buy a larger televi-
sion so we can watch all the
movies we never see at the
theater. . '. .. ; .
\Ve are so far behind, have
not yet seen "The Sound of "
Music. ,
Just kidding.
You do not just buy a televi-
-sion these days. Did you know
this? You have to get speakers
"and a little box and then you
have to have the cable people
come over and then you have
to -qc the installers copie, so

lioo6ked up rig'fiht. . .
Then you realize that your
life willbe a living hell with
35 slickers, so you have to buy
a universal clicker and then
the installers are condescend-
ing fools. After they leave, you
realize they did something
wrong so you have to start all /
over again.
Did I mention that I really ,


fZ'AL


KRIS RADISH
GUEST COLUMNIST
not care for television?
There have been so many
so-called television experts in
my house during the past :
week that JI have started cook-
ing dinner in huge pots to
feed them all.
This morning when I was
up at the crack of dawn with
my daughter to make her
lunch and act like a wonderful
mother, we decided to watch
the news. There we were, all
cozy and warm, and we could
not turn on the television set.
This after hours and days of
connecting and clicker mania
and what is now being called
new television syndrome
around here.'
/ We fiddled and pushed and.:
clicked, and finally, my little
darling had to leave for
school.
. She said, "Nice television,
Mom," as she ran laughing to'
her car, and the minute she
pulled out of the driveway,
the thing went oh.
I could not even stand to
watch it after all of this.
So back in my office I turn
on my computer to go to
work, -ahd guess what? Guess
what?. ' '
Something is wrong with""
the Internet connection.
I know it is noon some-
where. A place that is simple
and has no electricity where
people write instead of com-
pute and read instead of
watch television.
Bottoms up.
Kris Radish is a syndicated
columnist for DBR Media.


'Precious Objects' opens Nov. 10

at Ponte Vedra Cultural Center


The Cultural Center at',
Ponte. Vedra will open its
winter exhibition, "Precious.
Objects," on Friday,'Nov. 10.
The exhibit will run until
Dec. 20 at 50 Executive Way.
The Cultural Center gal-
leries are free and open to.
the public. Gallery 'hours are
10 a.m.'to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday.
. Artists who will. be fea-
tured include: Enzo
Torcoletti, sculpture; .
Gretchen Ebersol, mixed
media; WVendy Tatter, batik;
Inez Nickmans, furniture;
Gail Prevatt, ceramic;, ,'


Thomas Long, glass and
Deane Kellogg, birdhouses.
,.The exhibit will also
include jewelry, paintings,
functional ceramics, sculp-
ture in wood, clay, stone,
glass, photographs, and gar-
den art.
A reception honoring the
invited artists will be held
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m on
Nov. 10 and is free and open
to the public.
A free lecture by Enzo
Torcoletti will be held .on .
Saturday, Dec. 2. For more
details, call 280-0614 or visit
www.ccpvb.org


Bento boxes makeschool lunches easy


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLUMNIST


Bento boxes, traditional-
ly used in Japan to
carry food, are becom-
ing increasingly popular in
the U.S. for school lunches.
Atlantic Beach resident
Carol Cullen began packing'
her son Erik's school lunch
in a bentobox almost a year
ago. : . '.. , . - "
Cullen said the task of
packing lunches every day
has been simplified since she
began using a' bento box.
Also, lunch packed in a
bento box is appealing to ,
children, much the same
way that pre-packaged com-
plete lunches are.
The food is neatly dis-
played within the bento box,
which doubles as a serving
tray. Everything is visible
and easily managed, even by
very young children.
Cullen first' learned about
� bento boxes at a "Lunch and
Learn" sponsored by the PTA
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Bento boxes typically hav
a number of separate comn!-
partments, either open or
with lids, to hold food.
SCOOKS '' The size, shape, and nuni
" b. er of compartments vary
. depending on the size and
shape of the box. The corn-
atJ:. Allen Axson Elementary apartments fit snugly inside
School, where Erik is in pre- the bento box, which then
K.4. . ' close securely for ease in
The school is the carrying.' Some bento boxe,
Montessori magnet in Duval also have space for utensils
County that services the Bento boxes come in size
Beaches. appropriate for a small.
The "Lunch and Learn" on child's appetite as well as f<
bento'boxes was led: by - more generous size portion
Leslie Kaplan, also a parent : For her son's lunches,
at the school and a tnember CCullen uses, a flat rectangul
of the faculty at the. bento box made of plastic.
University of North Florida., 'fits into a standard lunch-
Popular with both adults box and can be washed ini
and children in Japan, bento the dishwasher.
boxes come in several Her son takes his bento
shapes. They range from rec- box to school in a soft-side
tangular boxes made from . insulated lunch box which
inexpensive plastic to cylin- keeps cold foods cold.
ders and other unique shapes Each compartment with
made from more expensive the bento box holds a diffe
and highly decorated materi- ent part of Erik's lunch, said


Cullen. The compartments
ve hold everything neatly and,
separately, and nothing
needs to be wrapped or
placed in ziploc bags.
I- .Erik's sandwich or other
protein and grain fits into
the largest compartment,
- pre-sliced or cut fruit fill
another, and a vegetable,
maybe carrot sticks with, a
small sealed container for
. dip, fits into the third, com-
partment.
s Nothing placed inside the
bento box needs to be
or wrapped or placed in Ziploc
s. bags so it takes no time to
put the lunch together, said
ar. Cullen. ,
It If the child likes some-
thing from the previous
night's dinner, it's easy to
include leftovers in the com-
partments. It also makes it
d , easier to focus on preparing
a balanced lunch with
healthy food choices.
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photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
Packing school lunches in a bento box makes the task easier
and lunchtime more fun for for Carol Cullen and her son; Erik.


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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader * Page 9A


Bowie and Luisa Kuhn on their wedding day, Oct. 20, 1956, at
St. Patrick's Church in Millerton, N.Y.


50TH ANNIVERSARY


' Bowie and Luisa:Kuhn of
Ponte Vedra Beach celebrated
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary last week.
Bowie Kent Kuhn and Luisa
Hegeler Degener Were .married
Oct. '0; 1956, at St. Ptrick's
Church 'in'llilerton, '.\.. ',',
Their four children, George
and Paul Degener, Alexandra


Bower and Stephen Kuhn,'
helped the couple celebrate
their anniversary.
The couple have 10 grand-
children.
Bowie Kuhn was'the fifth
cqmr ppiisipnejof Ma aj s
Baseba,,ry.pg tfrom,r a?,tR,
1984. He will celebrate his 80th
birthday Oct. 28.


Avery Nicole Aniskevich


BIRTH


Dr. Stephen and Kimberly She joins a sister, Jordan
Aniskevich of Jacksonville Wolfson, 12.
Beach announce the birth of a Maternal grandparents are
daughter, ..Avery Nicole Susan Chadwick of Ponte
Aniskevich, on Aug. 3, 2006, at Vedra Beach and Ken
Baptist Medical Center Settlemires.
Beaches. P . Paternal grandparents are
She was 8 pounds;, 12 ounces Stephen and Marianne
and 21 inches long. : Aniskevich of Jacksonville.



; VOLUNTEER LISTING


Advocates
S.


,,Betty Griffin House offers
24/7 advocacy to persons aged
18 and older that have been
sexually assaulted in St. Johns
County.. .
Volunteer advocates are
needed on 'call rotation and,
meet sexual assault victims at
Flagler Hospital in the new
Sexual Assault Forensic Exam
and Advocacy Unit. The advo-
cate supports the victim, advis-
es them of services and answers
any questions they may have
about the whole process.
State-certified training is
offered free of charge and con-
sists of 15 hours of self study
and 15 hours of class time.
Monthly advocate meetings
are .required. To volunteer one
or more days a month, call
Kelly Ballantine at 904-808-
8544;

Volunteer Opportunities at
Mayo Clinic


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

The Literacy Program at
the Women's Center of
Jacksonvillelis seeking volun-
feers. ,
The all-volunteer group,
which has been in existence for
over two years, serves about
100 women a year a year and is hop-
ing to grow. Volunteer posi-
tions are available in group's
Rape Recovery Program.
"The Women's Center of
Jacksonville is at 5644 Colcord
Ave. Call 722-3000 for more
details.


PHOTO SUBMITTED
Mayport Middle School seventh grader Crystal Wilson with author Neal Shustorman at an awards
luncheon Oct. 12 in Orlando. Wilson of Atlantic Beach was selected as a recipient of the 2006
Florida Council of Teachers of English Writing Award. Her work will be published in the 2006
award booklet. She received a check for $100 and was among the 10 students from grades 6-12
throughout the state who was honored. Her writing teacher at Mayport Middle is Linda Bishop.
Shustorman is holding one of his own books that he signed for Wilson. Each winning student was
put at a table with a noted author, who shared writing tips with students.


PEOPLE & PLACES


Joshua P. David has gradu-
ated from the Army ROTC
(Reserve Officer Training
Corps) Leader Development
and Assessment Course, also
known as "Operation Warrior
Forge," at Fort Lewis, Tacoma,
Wash.
The 33 days of training pro-
vide the best possible profes-
sional training and evaluation
for all cadets in the aspects of
military life, administration
and logistical support.
Although continued mili-
tary training and leadership
development is included in
the curriculum, the primary
focus of the course is to devel-
op and evaluate each cadet's
officer potential as a leader by
exercising the cadet's intelli-
gence, common sense, ingenu-
ity and physical stamina. The
cadet command assesses each
cadet's performance and
progress in officer traits, quali-
ties and professionalism while
attending the course.
Cadets in their junior and
senior year of college must
complete the leadership devel-
opment course. Upon success-
ful completion of the course,'
the ROTC program, and grad-
uation from college, cadets are
commissioned as second lieu-
tenants in the U.S. Army,
National Guard, or Reserve.
David is a 2005 graduate of
Fletcher High School and the
son of Eduardo M. David of
Atlantic Beach.

Three University of North
Florida students were awarded
the Presidential Endowed
Scholarship for the 2006-2007
academic year. The endowed
scholarship was established in
2004 after John A. Delaney
took the helm as the
University's fifth president.
UNF freshmen Angelica
Leybag and Adam Lorenz as
well as sophomore Ashlee
Clark all received $3,000 to


help support their progress
towards obtaining a college
degree. Leybag, 18, and Clark ,
19, are both nursing majors.
Lorenz, 18, has an unde-
clared major.
Criteria for the Presidential
Endowed Scholarship includes
maintaining a 3.0 grade point
average for all four years, earn-'
ing a minimum of 24 hours by
the end of the spring term and
maintaining full-time enroll-
inenit at the University. The
scholarship is available for
eight semesters.
Former recipients of the
endowed scholarship include
Megan Morris, who graduated
from Fletcher High School.


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2010. At Fletcher, Barnhill was a three-year starter on the football team and a member of the All-County Academic Football
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October 25, 2006


Education


Photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
An entire lunch fits neatly in a bento box. In these examples,
Carol Cullen used animal-shaped and holiday cookie cutters to
make sandwiches for her son Erik's lunch.


Cooking: Bento boxes


photo.subrnitte
Ed Clausner, a volunteer coordinator for Fleet Landing, reads to children at Atlantic Beach Elementary. Clausner is one of several
volunteer reading coaches who meet weekly with students at the school. Others include Mini Joseph, a retired speech therapist,
Pattie Loveland, a retired media specialist, Diane Plame, Emma and Jack Park, and Betsy Lewis.



EDUCATION BRIEFS


Jacksonville Beach
* Elementary is hosting "Red
Ribbon Week" at the school.
On Thursday, Miss
Jacksonville, Alicja Wells,
will speak to the students at 8
a.m. She will also be inter-
viewed by' the school's in-
.,house TV station,:i WJBE..
hFor more details, call Carla
Forest at 247-5942, ext. 122

S The drama department at.
Fletl-her Higli 'Scho'o'dl will
stage its fall musical, "Bye,
Bye, Birdie" Nov. 2-4 at the
newly constructed Fletcher
High Auditorium.;
Tom Ming, Tina Fallon,
. Shelli Long and Cindy Kidder
are co-directing. The show
will run at 8 p.m. each night.
Tickets are $ 7. per. person and
will be available at the door.
"For' more details, call 247-
5905.

Douglas Anderson School
of the Performing Arts will
stage "Cabaret" Nov. 16-18
at its Main Stage Theatre.
Performances, start at 7:30
p.m. Tickets', are $12. For
more information call. the
346-5620, ext. 122.
": , , ''- ' . ' � e '* ' ' , '
After-school 'enrichment
classes for Atlantic Beach stu-
dents in kindergarten
through fifth grade are being
:'held 't the Adele Grage
Cultural Center.
Some of the classes offered
over the, eight-week period
are are chess, art, scrap book-'
ing, .Spanish , cross-training,
and photography.
Applications are available
,at the school at 298 Sherry
Drive or the Adele Grage
Center at 716 Ocean Blvd.
For more information, call,
247-5924.
,* * * .. ,
The,' Early ' Learning
;Coalition of Duval, County


Cont. from A-8
"All I have to do is fill this
[bento box]. This is so simple
that it's easy to resist grab-
bing pre-packaged bags of
chips or sweets."
Packing bite-size portions
of fruit and vegetables also
makes it easy for young chil-
dren to eat a variety of foods
at lunch'. It's easy to provide
a healthful lunch by seeing
what is in the refrigerator
and making it work, she
said.
The presentation of the
food in the bento box seems
to make it appealing to chil-
dren. When the child opens
the bento box, they are
d ready to begin eating.
Especially with small chil-
dren, there is no need for
the child to struggle to open
several'different kinds of
packaging for one meal.
Cullen goes a step farther
in making the lunch visually
appealing and fun for her
son.
"She chooses colorful com-
binations, maybe bright red
strawberries in one compart-
ment and green peas mixed
with garbanzo beans in
another, to make the con-
tents look interesting.


She uses cookie-cutters of
different sizes to make
peanut butter and jelly or
cheese sandwiches into a.
treat.
For Halloween, cookie cut-
ters turn sandwiches into
bite-sized bats, pumpkins,
and witch's hats. Large heart
shaped sandwiches are spe-
cial year-round, not just for
Valentine's Day, and animal
shaped sandwiches such as
an alligator or teddy bear are
hard to resist.
There are several sources
for information on bento
boxes on the internet as well
as sites that sell bento boxes.
Simple plastic bento boxes
are priced at below $10 with
higher prices for more elabo-
rate or decorated bento
boxes. Specialized boxes, not
meant for school lunches,
can cost a couple hundred,
dollars.
A few sites that are helpful
are wwtw.laptoplunches.com,
www.happymall.com, and
eBay.
Locally, the availability of
bento boxes varies. Some
stores that specialize in Asian
products may have them in
stock periodically or may be
willing to order them.


FOR THE KIDS


"h ARTLIFE STUDIOS will
fifer Drop-In. Fridays-iTheatre
Games on Friday afternoon
from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m
Kids ages 7-12 years will be
able to let their imagination
run wild during the high ener-,
gy playtime. Parents must sign
a waiver for kids to participate.
Donations only, suggested
.amount $5. ArtLife is located
at 510 Mayport .Rd, Atlantic
Beach, just off Atlantic Blvd,
two blocks north of Skatelab,
at 5th Street. For information,
call 247-8337.


Sphaol,, num.ned
Neptune Beach Elementary third graders perform at the school's Sept. 21 PTA meeting. The pro-
gram, "Charting Your Course," featured songs, dances and strategies to help students chart a
successful course at school.


has released the 2006 annual
edition of the Northeast
Florida , Early Care &
Education Guide.. '
The sixth annual edition
includes complete and updat-
ed listings 'of licensed
providers serving Northeast
Florida.
The guide provides infor-
mation on chlldcare centers,'
school-age,' programs and
family '. childcare home.
providers sorted by city and
zip code. The publication also'
includes articles on the types
of childcare available. Some,
articles are presented in
English and Spanish.
Information on, Early'
Learning .Coalition's pro-,


grams, services and member-'
ship cahf be accessed at elcof-
duval.org or by calling 208-
2044. Information on the
Northeast Florida Early Care
Issue of the Early Care &
Education Guide is available
at earlycareguide.com.
* * *'
The ,Duval County Health
Department's , C6mmunity
Nutrition Services Division
has partnered with the Duval
County' School System's
Community Education pro-
gram at Stanton College
Preparatory School to provide
a series of free Health
Awareness classes. .
These classes are held from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on


photo submitted
Beaches Chapel School in Neptune Beach hosted Mission's Day on Oct. 19. Every classroom
became a country and local missionaries spoke to the students. Above: Mrs. Preston's fourth
grade class represented the country of India.


Wednesday through Dec.
13. The Stanton Community,
Education program is located
at 1149 W. 13th _St,
Jacksonville. Limited seating
is available. Call Darlene
Melvin at 630-6760, ext. 102,
for information.
Next class: Healthy Heart
Foods - Oct. 25,
,"' ',, '' * , * * e '
Duval County 'public
schools will be closed Friday
for a 'previously scheduled
weather day. The day was
built into the school calendar
as a possible make-up day in
the event schools had to be
closed earlier this year due, to
inclement weather.


Prepaid college plan
locks in tuition cost'

Florida families can lock in
the cost of college tuition, local
fees and dormitory housing by
enrolling their children in the
Florida Prepaid College Plan.. .
.To lock in this year's plan
prices, families must enroll by
January 31, 2007.
The Florida Prepaid College
Plan is the largest program of
its kind in the country, with
.more than, 1.1, million con-
tracts sold and close to 800,000
eligible children enrolled.
Enrollment materials are
available in both English and
Spanish. Families can request
enrollment information by
calling 1-800-552-GRAD
(4723) or online at www.flori-
da529plans.com.
Tuition plan prices start at
less than $25 a month for the
two-year community college
plan and less than $82 a
month for the four-year uni-
versity plan.


* HEARTSONG offers
Kinderniusik 'and play|4aS
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth --to age .7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
'ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 'months old and
includes parachute.play, climb-
ing and musical activities'.
Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is' free. Call 249-3828


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It's Friday evening. They arrive at "-
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St the dance business for more than .
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Jacksonville Beach location for
more than 10 w'ears. Business at "
Dance Aldav is booming, he says.
"A lot of people have a new inter-
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popularity of ballroom dancing L d.
programs on TV - like DancingE=
with the Stars and So You Think It's Friday night at Dance Alday studio in Jacksonville Beach
You Can Dance - and in the movies time - a fun, festive way for Dance Alday students to try ou
- like Shall We Dance and Mad Hot dance floor.
Ballroom," said Alday. "These shows
and movies have inspired many people to learn how to dance, Dance MAlda is an award-winn
from children and teens to adults and young-at-hearts." rent United States Professional 1(
The Dance Alday studio is a bright, comfortable-yet-elegant ists, Svetlana Rudkovskaya and
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"It's a warm and inviting place to dance, and almost everyone Championship Top Teacher and
who walks in the door for the first time says they immediately feel Allan Alday.
at home and like they're already part of the family," Alday said. Dance Alday is based on a club
le "Our goal is to provide a fun and friendly atmosphere where instruction, a variety of dancer
everyone feels welcome and comfortable." Dance MAday is also a every budget. Three types of met
smoke-free environment. and awards - are available depi
Alda' loves teaching dance and says anyone can learn, desires.
"Watchling a student start with 'two left feet' and then transform Introductory membership all(
into a confident dance partner is such a rewarding experience- term opportunity to try out the
for the student and for me!" he said. tions. Variety membership inclu
Studying dance provides students more than step combina-. quickly develop the average le
tons, according to Alday. "It gives everyone great confidence, dancer. Awards membership, Da
good posture and wonderful social skills - attributes that many of bership, includes an advanced s(
today's youth and young adults seek and need." It's also a great dance activities to satisf�- any da
workout, for all ages. "It's a great and fun way to exercise," he Club members have the opp
added, "and you don't even feel like you're exercising." Salsa, Swing, Tango, Waltz, FoxI
The curriculum at Dance Alday - the only ballroom & Latin Samba, Mambo, Viennese Waltz
dance studio at the Beaches - provides a step-wise ipun intend- Doble, Bolero.
ed) approach to learning how to dance. Four types of activities Dance Alday also offers instr
will get your feet moving - private lessons, group lessons, practice ballroom and Latin dances: Two
parties and showcase/competition/outside parties. Night Club Slow, Argentine Tang
During private lessons you study with your own instructor on "As a school we teach you to
a one-to-one basis in the studio and not in a private room. as a club we provide you the I
"Private lessons are the foundation of our teaching system, and Alday said.
your instructor will become your dance advisor, your dance con- "Members are welcome to conm
. fidca,And your good friend." Alday said. "bYour teacher is your in pn the lessons or watch %ideo
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gym, so you learn and improve faster." to use alone or with others durir
Group classes supplement private lessons. "Here, you'll get to Looking for a special holiday g
learn steps and go over and over them until, thanks to muscle keep on giving for many, many
memory, they become almost automatic," he said. "The fun part for dance lessons at Dance Alday
of group lessons is dancing with other members in a pleasant Dance Alday is located at 317
environment and meeting all types of people with one common just one block north of Harry's
hobby and goal - to learn to dance." p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday thro
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Pumpkin Sales: The
Pumpkin Patch at Lord ,of Life
Lutheran Church will be open
from 2 p.m to dusk Mondays
through Fridays, from 9 a.m.
to dusk Saturdays and from 10
a.m. to dusk on Sundays. Oh
weekends, there will be family
activities and food for sale. The
church is located at 276 N.
Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 285-5347 for infor-
Smation.
Oct. 25: First Christian
Church of the Beaches will
have a Hallelujah Hoedown
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Children should come in
costume for fall activities
and refreshments on the
church's oceanfront lawn.
The church is at 2125
Oceanfront in Neptune
Beach. For informa-
tion, call 246-2010.
Oct. 26-31: The
31st annual Hall of
STerror Haunted
House, created by
the Jacksonville
.Jaycees, is open
S for six more days
at' Adventure
S Landing in
J Jack'sonyille
Beach. There's a
free, not-so-scary
HalloWEE Zone for
children 8 and under,
and their parents, too.
Admission to the Hall of
Terror Is $9 per person, or
$12 for a combination
pass that includes one
Adventure Landing activi-
ty.
Oct. 27-31: The sixth
annual "Horror Zone"
claims to be the most
"Spooktacular"
haunted house in
St. Johns
SCounty. It
Scan be found
. at the Prime 1 1



Halloween

safety tips

to get ghouls

and boys

It's almost time for witches,
ghosts and goblins to appear
'at parties and on neighbor-
hood streets in search of fun
and treats. In order to make
the Halloween holiday safe,
the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA) recom-
mends the following tips:
Halloween Safety Tips
Purchase only costumes,
wigs and props labeled flame-
resistant or flame-retardant.
\Vhen creating a costume,
choose material that won't
easily ignite it it comes in
contact with heat or flame.,
Avoid billowing or long trail-
ing features.
Dried flowers, cornstalks
and crepe paper are highly
flammable. Keep these and
other decorations well away
from all open flames and heat
sources, including light bulbs,
heaters, etc.
- Use flashlights when illu-
minating Jack-o-lanterns. Use
extreme caution when deco-
rating with candle lit Jack-O-
'Lanterns, and supervise chil-
dren at all times when candles
are lit. When lighting candles
inside Jack-O-Lanterns, use
long, fireplace-style matches
and be sure to place lit pump-
kins well away from anything
that can burn including
doorsteps, walkways and
yards.
',, Remember to keep exits
clear of decorations, ensuring
nothing blocks escape routes.
� Use flashlights as alterna-
tives to candles or torch lights
when decorating walkways
and yards. They are much-
safer for trick-or-treaters,
whose costumes may brush
against the lighting.
* Instruct children to stay
away from open flames or
other heat sources. Be sure
children know how to stop,
drop and roll in the event
their clothing catches, fire.
(Stop immediately, drop to
the ground, covering your
face With your hands, and roll
over and over to extinguish
flames.) . i
. Instruct children who are


attending parties at others'
homes to locate the exits and
plan how they would get out
in an emergency.
* Provide children with
lightweight flashlights to
carry for lighting or as part of
their costumes.
NFPA is a nonprofit organiza-
tion with a mission of providing
and advocating consensus codes
and. standards, research, train-
ing and education.


Outlet Mall, State Route 16
east of 1-95. Its hours will be 5
p.m. to 10 p.m. for five more
nights. Admission is $4 per
person, 'With family discounts
available. Proceeds go to the
St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office's PAL and AGE pro-
grams.


will host a Halloween Party
from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Local
singer/guitarist Karen' Kelley
provides live entertainment for,
a fun-filled evening. Attendees
are asked to bring a "caldron"
to share; the main entree' will
be provided. Costumes, are
optional, but prizes for best,
most original, scariest and fun-'
niest costumes will be award-
ed. Reservations are necessary.
Call 270-1688.
Oct. 28: The Beaches Town
Center Halloween Costume
Contest and Parade, a free
family event for children of all
ages, will be held from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Registration starts at
3 p.m. in the Courtyard at 200
First Street in
Neptune
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Fire Deticipating stores in
Beaches Town Center' is
allowed.For informat Sion,uh Becall.ch
249-2922 or visit
,www.beachestowncenter.com.'
Oct. 28: Halloween fun and
safety, sponsored by the
Jacksonville Beach Police and'
Fire Departments, is offered
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the,,-
Sunshine Park at South Beach
Park, Osceola and South Beach
Parkway. There will be finger-
printing and pho-
tographing of
children, as well:
as bicycle regis-
t ration.
Costumes are
optional. For infor-
mation, call Sgt.
i Thomas Bingham at
247-6193 or Sylvia
Osewalt at 249-7650.


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tion, call 249-7366.
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American Legion Auxiliary
316, 1127 Atlantic Blvd,
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5 p.m., followed by a cake walk
at 8 p.m. Donations will be
used for children and youth
programs. For information,
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Oct. 2,9: The Ladies Auxiliary
of Fleet ,Reserve Association
Unit 290 hosts a Children's
Halloween Party from 2 p.m.
to 4' p.m. Call 246-6855 for
information.
Oct. 29: Christ United
Methodist Youth presents their
third annual Harvest Time
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and Noodles Fun Raising
Revue" at 5 p.m. There's also a
$5-a-plate spaghetti dinner.
The church is located at 400
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Oct. ,29: A Halloween
fundraiser for the Salsa Dance
Company, DSX, will be held
from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at
Pharcyde Dance Center, 6354


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The attire is Halloween cos-
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welcome. Admission is $10/
in advance and $15 at the .
door. For information, call
762-1335 or visit www.dance-
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comes all families to a
Hallelujah Night Festival, a 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. alternative to
Halloween. All children are
encouraged to wear non-scary
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SPORTS


October 25 2006


Inside
* Fishing Leader
* Bad loss for Jaguars
* Classifieds


Senators earn homecoming victory


By JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Pass defense has been a bright
spot for Fletcher High's football
team this season.
Fletcher's defensive backfield
ranks No. 1 in the area in pass
efficiency, yielding only 41.6
yards per game.
The unit has surrendered
only one touchdown pass this
season, a 4-yarder against
Bartram Trail,
and has not
allowed a 100-
yard passing
game.
Last week j,
against visiting
Paxon,
Fletcher's stingy'
secondary
recorded four
interceptions in
a 42-7 home- ;
coming victory
at Jack Taylor EAGLES
Stadium. EAGLES
Junior Jason SENATOI
Kelly jumped
started the pick fest with a 90-
yard interception return for a
touchdown with 4:18 to play in
the first quarter.
Junior Lacy McDougald, and
seniors Ray Scott and Johnny
O'Hara also nabbed first-half
picks.
Fletcher (2-6) scored 21 of its
28 first-half points off errant
Paxon throws, and its first-team
defense held the Golden Eagles
to'23 passing yards for the
game.
"We put passes in their
hands, instead of on the score-
board," said Lou Seaward,
Paxon's second-year head
coach.
"We have young quarterbacks
and Fletcher is just playing cen-
ter field back there."
Paxon finished with-68 pass-
ing yards, but 45 of that came
against Fletcher's second-strig
defense.
The visiting Eagles scored
their only touchdown on a 4-
yard run by Jimrhy. Mallow " -
with 2:28 remaining on a run-
ning clock.


By then, Fletcher had pulled
its starters, including O'Hara,
the Senators second-leading
tackler and Friday's homecom-
ing king.
O'Hara has recorded 67 stops
from his "strong corner" slot,
second only to senior linebacker
Troy Guidry (81 stops).
McDougald, a safety, is tied
for third on the team in total
tackles with 58. Junior safety
Chad Box is fifth with 56.
"Coming into
this season, we
: thought the
. strength of our
defense was our
secondary,"
Fletcher head
coach Joe
Reynolds said
after Fndav's
game, which
snapped a four-
game losing
skid for the
SSenators.
7 "Some nights
RS 42 it hasn't been
that way, but
tonight it was."
Fletcher's offense scored on
TD runs of 3, 4 and 11 yards
against Paxon, and rolled up
171 yards on the ground.
Senior Troy Guidry had 80
yards on five carries, including a
56-yarder to open the third
quarter.
Kelly added 52 yards on
seven carries, and sophomore
tailback Deschion Baskerville,
the team's leading rusher with
724 yards, finished with 12
yards and a 3-yard score before
re-injuring a high-ankle sprain.
Sophomore tight end Andrew
Stellpto scored on a 12-yard
revse arnd senior fullback Tony
Carsweli had a 4-yard TD run.
Senior quarterback Marty
McCann tossed 15-yard TD
passes to Scott and sophomore
Lamar Scruggs (2 receptions for
67 yards). McCann finished 4 of
9 passing for 83 yards and now
has 781 passing yards this sea-
son.
aji' TIh 42)eatpr since
Damon Parrish (427) in 2002.


Pnoto by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher's Ray Scott (27) is upended as he takes the ball into
the end zone on a 15-yard reception against Paxon last Friday.


Fletcher will battle



White on Thursday


By JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCL4TE EDITOR
Ed White High has the city's
best running back and one of
the best run defenses around,
-but that doesn't mean Fletcher
is going to lay down for the
Commanders Thursday night.
"We want to beat Ed White
and we will put a game plan
together to do that," Fletcher
defensive coordinator Kevin
Brown said after last Friday's
homecoming win over Paxon.
"We'll do the same thing for
Wolfson. We're not quitting on!
our seniors. We want to finish
on a positive note."
White 16-2.) has already qual-
ified for the playoffs as the run-
ner-up in District 2-5A, so a
loss to the Senators won't deter
its postseason plans.
Ditto for Wolfson (3-5),


which is also headed to the
playoffs as the district runner-
up in 4-4A.
Fletcher may not be playoff-
bound this season, but it has a
chance to knock off a pair of
playoff teams before the regu-
lar season ends in 10 days.
"We want to finish with as
many wins as we can and hope
to upset somebody who is
going to the playoffs," said
Fletcher head coach Joe
Reynolds.
"We have two shots to do
that. We said weeks ago that
we are not quitting on this
team."
Fletcher is carrying a lot of
momentum into Thursday's
game with White, having rout-
ed Paxon 42-7 last week and
playing Terry Parker (4-4) close

See SENATORS, page B8


Pr,noi by ROB D&ANGELO
Senators receiver Lamar Scruggs hauls in a pass from quarterback Marty McCann during last Friday night's homecoming victory
over Paxon. The play was good for 42 yards and Scruggs finished with 67 receiving yards including a 15-yard TD catch.




Boys take second in district swim


I


FROM STAFF

The Fletcher boys swim
team earned a second-place
finish in last Thursday's
District 1-3A championships
at the University of Florida
O'Connell Center in
Gainesville.
Bartram Trail won the 12-
team event with a score of
382. The Senators totaled 331
to finish as runners-up.
Fletcher's relay team of Max
Anderson, Cody Brechler,
Scott Sweeten and Sterling
Clay finished second in the
200-yard freestyle relay.
The Senators' quartet of
Dom Pereira, Colby Caltrider,
Clay and" Asher Adamec
earned a fourth-place finish in
the 400 freestyle relay, and
Brechler, Anderson, Sweeten
and Pereira combined to take
fourth in the 200 medley
relay.
In individual performances,
Brechler was second in the
100-yard freestyle with a time
of 49.63. He also finished
sixth in the 100 backstroke in
1:01.17.
Max Anderson swam to a
third-place finish in the 100
breaststroke in a time of
1:04.84. He was also fifth in
the 50 freestyle in 23.87.
Sweeten was fourth in the
100 butterfly race.
T.J. Hughes finished fourth
in the boys diving competi-
tion, with Shane Nail placing
ninth and David Kidder in
llth.
The top eight finishers in
each event move on to this
week's regional champi-
onships.


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Senators swimmer Scott Sweeten competes in a freestyle race during action earlier this sea-
son. Sweeten helped Fletcher achieve a second-place finish in the 200-yard freestyle relay in
last Thursday's District 1-3A championships at the University of Florida.


GIRLS SWIMMING
Gainesville Buchholz 488,
Bartram Trail 307, Mandarin
307, Gainesville 246,
Fletcher 219, Port Orange
Spruce Creek 182, Niceville
177, DeLand 83. Sandalwood
74, Orange Park 67, Flagler
Palm Coast 66.
The Senators girls team
swam to a fifth-place finish in
the distinct championship
meet last Thursday.
The team of Hanna McKay,


Sunny Blount, Romy Sidelski
and Sarah Montgomery
earned a fourth-place finish in
-the 200-yard medley relay,
while Blount, Kelly Reagan,
Kaileigh Hollingsworth and
Sidelski teamed up to finish
seventh in the 400-yard
freestyle relay.
Blount was the star of the
show for Fletcher. In addition
to her relay success, Blount
won the 100 breaststroke in
1:09.68. She was also third in
the 200-yard individual med-


ley with a time of 2:13.21.
Montgomery was sixth in
the 50 freestyle with a time of
25.81.
In diving, Victoria Oakley
placed third with teammates
Emily Padgett in fifth and
Emily Jenkins finishing in
eighth place.
All of the Senators swim-
mers who qualified are expect-
ed to take part in this
Saturday's regional champi-
onships at the University of
Florida's O'Connell Center.


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Nassau Sound yields redbass, pompano and whiting


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McCormick Bridge to Nassau
Sound. The pompano and
whiting are biting in Nassau
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pon wll appear following
large schools of mullet to the
ocean.
Guide Fred Morrow, with
Jim Bush and Craig Travis,
fished the canal north of
Sisters Creek last Wednesday
and caught 26 redbass, a blue
and a snook. ,
On Thursday, Fred and Dr.
Robert Still had only three
hours to fish but they made
good use of their time. They"
fished the main canal and
caught 15 redbass and 12
speckled trout.
Then, on Friday, Tri Vu and
Carlos Boque tried the river
near Dames Point and caught
seven redbass to 29 inches, 42
croakers, five amberjacks and a
drum.
The water cleared briefly
under the Jacksonville Beach
Pier last week and anglers
brought up pompano, whit-
ing, flounder and redbass. On
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weighed up a five-pound
flounder. Charlie "Catfish'
Miller was the only angler to
catch a pompano on Friday.
He had three fat ones.
On Sunday, Charlie Deming
caught a five-pound flounder
and a 26-inch redbass.
Charlie's grandson, Kaigen
Deming, was happy with his
two-pound speckled trout.
Capt. David King, on his
"Crusty Crab," spent three
days of productive fishing in
Nassau Sound. He caught
dozens of pompano and whit-
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Friday, Mike Morris fished
with David and they caught
50 whiting along with a dozen.
pompano. The most exciting
moment during the morning
was when a big tarpon took a
piece of dead shrimp and
sailed into the air. He headed
east and David's tackle could
not hold him.
Larry "Fishman" Finch .
returned from a great hunting
trip just in time to take second
place in last weekend's Redfish
Extreme Tournament. He and
" George Ateletich caught 20
reds (and kept two), six speck-
led trout and half a dozen
flounder. Their catch came in
the canal proper between the
McCormick and Atlantic Blvd.
bridges.
Pompano appealed in the
surf at Hanna Park last
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caught his limit while also cap-,
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Capt. Gary Steckney fished
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last weekend. Vi
They filled their ,
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their limit of
yellowmouth
and speckled
trout, four big
whiting, an
eight-pound
flounder and
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bait included
finger mullet,
live shrimp and
cut bait. .
Capt. Lowell
Breeding, Butch
Garvin and
Rusty Borthwick
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trip last week on
"PK's Mistake."
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included two
grouper and lots
of big seabass.
The big story is
still the number
of throwbacks.
At least 25 snap-
per and seven
grouper had to
be released.
d Capt. Pat Ten-year-old I
Purgason went inch red fish (
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his son Ty, and friends Phil
Puttback and Roy Cox stopped
inshore last Saturday morning
and caught five amberjack and
a dozen triggerfish. Later in
the morning they took the
"Down Pat" to the Elton bot-
tom where they caught 40
two- to three-pound beeliners.
Capt. Scott Reynolds and his
anglers found the snapper,
amberjack and grouper biting
on each trip last week. They
were also excited about their
excellent catches of triggerfish,
seabass and mangrove snapper.
Veteran guide John Dyrssen,
with his daughter Mary Gear
and her husband, Charlie,
used live shrimp in Cabbage
Creek last Friday to net 28
fish. Their catch included
speckled trout, croakers and
mangrove snapper. Three of
their trout weighed 3.35 and
four pounds. .:
Good fishing . .


Photo submitted
Doug Speed III caught this 39-
about 35 pounds) with his
anges, Sunday, Oct. 15th'M4te
jetties on live mullet.


Pnor, s-unmidled
Jerry Blount prepares to release his big redbass caught recently
in the river with Capt. Kirk Waltz.





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OPINION



That was one bad performance from the Jaguars


O ne comforting
thought about Jack.
Del Rio's team -
there are times vhen it looks
like the Jaguars can't get any
worse. But somehow they
do.
The return trip from
Houston must have been the
longest of the season, even
eclipsing those from,
Indianapolis and
Washington, as stinking as
those performances were.
To lose to the Houston
Texans, as inept as they have
been (against everyone else)
is bad enough, but 'to show
their rears and humiliate
everyone back home is the
pits. Losing is one thing; los-
ing by 27-7 to a bunch of
/ losers who suddenly look


REX EDMONDSON
PRESS BOX


like Super Bowl champions
is unforgivable.
There have been fingers'
pointed in all'directions b'ut.
the truth is no one player
booted Sunday's game away.


A blanket indictment is in
order.
Did Lord Byron Leftwich
have such a bad ankle that,
he shodildri't have played?
On most teams such a quar-
terback would have been
sidelined for the day.
Leftwich was determined
to play. Gutsy, right? Or
maybe he didn't want any-
body taking his place behind
center again. No use stirring
up a quarterback controversy
'when you're in the option
.year of your multi-million
dollar contract, right?
However, Leftwich can't be;
blamed for all the dropped
balls, missed tackles and
other mistakes. After a week
of rest Uacksonville's bye
week) one would have
Expected the Jaguars to come


roaring out, rested and as
frisky as a young cat.
It's really not a mystery
why.they lost to .Houston.
That team, whether the
Texans or Oilers, has always
been a fright for the Jaguars.
But 27-7?
'Jack Del Rio shouldn't be
blamed for not taking .
Leftwich out. The team's
brass spent a lot of dough to
draft 'the. former Marshall
star QB. They want their
decision to be right and
never doubted.
Leftwich can't be a valu-
able star unless he plays -
hurt or-not. Make no mis-
take, Byron is the star of this
team, not replacement David
Garrard. . . and don't forget
it.here ias bee. of
There has been criticism of


the Jaguars' consistency.
They're consistent - consis-
tently hard to predict. One
thing seems certain, though.
No team can be a consistent
winner when key players are
injured all the time., Few
games are won in the train-
ing room.
Maybe playing on the road
again next Sunday at
Philadelphia is actually a
break. The law of averages
says Jacksonville can't lose.
on the road forever. Of
course. the Jaguars may
repeal this law themselves.
But at least they have a,
chance to erase that horrible
-Houston memory for the
fans if they play well.
The next home game will
be against Boogie-man team
Tennessee. Remember the


Titans?
IT'S GEORGIA-FLORIDA
TIME AGAIN
As a change of pace, one
reader-suggests that Georgia
and FloridaState play at
Alltel Stadium, with the
loser to play the Jaguars.
Both games will be billed as
"The Battle of the Great
Quarterbacks." It would fill
the stadium.
Before that, though,
Saturday is the annual
blood-letting. Florida will be
rested. Georgia will be
Georgia. Even those who
imbibe too much will have
fun.
Prediction? The Gators by
three touchdowns, maybe
even one by Tim Tebow him-
self.. r


I SPORTSBREF


Aqua Aerobics
Water exercise program pro-
icldes a total body workout for
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 morn-
ings and evenings; deep water
classes Mon. Weds. and Sat.
For more information contact
the UNT Aquatic Center at 620-
2854. q
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 University of
North Florida, Ponte Vedra
Beach, Mandarin and Orange
Park.
For information, locations,
dates and to register, visit
9 2 www.i9sports.com or call 1904),
992-4263.

Jaguars Trip
Action Sports Tours is plan-'


g


'niga trip to Miami to see the
Jacksonville Jaguars play the
Dolphins on the weekend of
December 2-3. Hotel, game tick-
ets, refreshments and a pre-
game tailgate party are included
in the $250 price.
For more Information contract
Jack at (904) 707-7805 or Alex
at (904) 728-0029. Or e-mal
actionsportstours@yahoo.com.

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

S� 'C Soccer,
Island FC is forming boys and


girls travel soccer teams for the'
2006-7 season. Teams will be
offered in the following age
groups: U-12 (born on or after
8/1/94 but before 7/31/96); U-
14 (born on or aftel 8/1/92 but
before 7/31/94); U-16 (born on
or after.8/1/90 but before
7/31/92) and U-18 for those
born on or after 8/1/88 but
before 7/3'1/90. '
For more information contact
Megan Pardue at 234-2646.

Stollerfit
Strollerfit - exercise with your
baby. Outdoor classes where
mothers turn their strollers into
portable exercise machines are
taking place in Atlantic Beach
Thursday and Saturdays, and
Fort Caroline Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays from
9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
For more information phone'
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or
visit strollerfitcom/arlington.

Ryder Cup
A recently opened exhibit
at the World Golf Hall of
Fame features a historical


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Thursday, Oct. 26

FOOTBALL
Ed White at FLETCHER, .
7:30 p.m.


Friday, Oct. 27

FOOTBALL
NEASE.at Middleburg,
7:30 p.m.,


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NEASE at Regional Meet,
9 a.m. in Tallahassee


WELCOME

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FANS!


overview of the Ryder Cup,
video of significant moments
and artifacts donated or
loaned by Hall of Fame mem-
bers for the exhibit, w h ich
will be open through January
3 1; . . ' ' i
The 36t'h Ryder Cup.
,played between American
and European golf profes-
sionals, took place Sept. 22- ,,
24 near Dublin, Ireland.
World Golf Hall of Fame
exhibits are open from 10
a.m to 6 p.m. Mon. through
Sat. and noon. to 6 p.m. Sun.'
Admission is $16 for adults,
$14 for seniors and military


and $11 for children 4-12.
Youngsters under 4 are
admitted free. For more'
information, call (904. 940-
4133.,, .
Tenns ,
A senior men's doubles league at
the "C" level will begin October
10 at Huguenot Tennis Center,
Seniors must be over 50 years old
to qualify.
Matches will take place Friday
mornings from Oct. until April
2007.
-For more information phone
Bob Totter at 247-1865.


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Pets & Animals. Service Guide cont.
300 Pets 650 Painting,
310 Pets for Sale 651 Pest Control
330 Stables/Livestock 652 Plumbing
340 Lost/Found Pets 653 Pools
Announcements 654 Ptolography
400 Notices 655 Rain Gutters
405 Travel 660 Remodel/Const.
415 Personals , 665 Repairs


420 Legal Services 670 RoofinQ
425 Legal Notices 675 Sprinkler & Wells
440 Misc. Lost/Fotind 677 Tree Service
450 InstrucTons/School -678 ,le
460 Weddings 660 Upholstery.
EmploymentT 685 Wallpapering
500 P-T Help Wanted 1690 Water Treatment
510 F-T Help Wanted Health Services
520 Job Services 700.MassageTherapy
530 Bus. Opportunity 710Helth Carerc
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601' Air Conditioning 805 Music & Insir.
602 Alterations 810Antiques
607 Auto/Boat Detailing 815 Auctions
608 Auto Repair 820 Wanted toBuy
609 Bus. Services 825 Trade
612 Carpet 830 Consignment
613 Catering . Garage Sales
615 Cleaning 840 Garage Sales
618 Electronics 850 Jax Beach
619 Electrical Services 852 Neptune Beach
620 Equip. Rentals 854 Atlantic Beach
622 Fences 856 Mayport
623 Finan. Services 857 Ponte Vedra
625 Firewood 858 West Beaches
631 Computer Services, 859 Jacksonville
634 Lawn Mower 860 Flea Market
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635 Lawn Svc/ ' Transportation
Landscpg 905 Auto Rental
636 Locksmith 915 Boats
637 Marine Const. 930 Motorcyclis
638 Madne/Boating 950 CampesI'RVs -
640 ConcreileMasonry 970 TrucksVans
645 Moving Storage 980 Automobiles


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EAST TENNESSEE- Norris Lake 5.6 acre
wooded, lakefront lot- $66,500 '5.1 acre
wooded view lot- $28,900 Call Lakeside
Realty � (423)626-5820 Or visit
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REDUCED. INDIAN Woods Neptune Bch
home 4BR'2BA. split plan. w/2 story
workshop Upgrades Priced under ap-
praised value to sell @ $399.900. Drive by
1525 Forest Ave Motivated seller
Will co-op. (904)463-7245.
NEAR GAINESVILLE - lake v.ew rome on
5 acres, 4/3, 2950st, Duilt 2002 $469.000
OBO. Independent Brokers & Associates,
247-4333 or 710-3111.
BEACHES BEAUTIFUL manuf, home,
2200 sqft, 4BR/2BA, I r w/ stone Ir.pl.
nice 1000 homesile community,
priced Io sell, 705-9384
2433 BROOK Park Way. MLS# 322657
$285,000. 3BR'2BA filed foyer formal
dining, spacious kitchen opens to break-
fast room big family room, large master
wigarden lub and sep shwr, covered lanai
Call Paula Powell (904)707-1050 Watson
Realty. . * .


INTRACOASTAL WEST, Covington
Creek, all brick, 3/2, over 2200 sq.ft., on
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MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR,2BA lown-
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JAX BEACH, New construction Town
homes; 3BR/3.5BA, .ocean . view,
1.5 blocks to beach,. 1910 sf., no HOA,
iranile. upgrades MLS.279276 $569K,
Will co op 3%. 904-728-2338
FREE Plasma TV. (Up to $4000 value)
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Berber carpet, Fresh paint inside and out,
privacy fenced yard. LR w/FP.
dining room, eat.in Kitchen Community
pool. tennis courts close to beach in de-
sirable Villages l01 Pablo Communiry Sell-
er pays Buyer closing cosis $215,000
904-220-6911:; 553-6105. ,


LOVELY 3BR/2BA w/spacious . master
suite. 2 car garage, replace and
screened-.n porch $212.900 220-8389
SOUTHSIDE - 7388 Secret Woods, brick,
3/2/2, 1895sf, $283.500 OBO independ-
ent Brokers & Associales, 247-4333 or
710-3111. .
1661 E 'Hawkins Cove MLS# 331590
$249 900. Approx 1627st 3BR'2BA, well
maintained wibig lamily room, sep. living,
dining combo. r.uge tiled loyer spacious
equipped kitchen, and a great Florida
room w/free standing heal and air Call
Paula Powel (904)707.-1050. Watson Re.
alty. ' ,


OCALA NATIONAL Forest Lots. $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-2215
or . . (352)236-4579.
www ocalalorestland com,2nd .
JAX BCH .5 blocks to ocean,� corner lot
consider owner financing. Owner Agent
$174,900. 568-4818.
TENNESSEE LAKE PROPERTY From
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5253 or Click 1
www.GrandeVistaBay.com. Walers-Edge
Properties. Inc /Broker
BEAUTIFUL 1.3 acre lot, heavy woods
high & dry, 500 yds. Irom St Johns River.
$225K, (904)247-1198
BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE; NC Mountain
Views, 8- Acre Mountain Estate. Heavily
Wooded with Stream EZ; Financing-
$49,900. (800)230-6380, ext.120.
A LAND BARGAIN - WYOMING 35 acres
- $49,900: 50 acres - $59.900. Located 90
minutes east ol Sail Lake in the loolntils ol
the Uinta Mountains Snow-capped moun-
tain views. Surrounded by gov I land Rec-
reational paradise EZ Terms. Call Utan
Ranches, LLC (8881541-5263
FREE 2007 Tooita Avalon w, So PVB lot.
90X120 Oceant Inuracoasial views Beach
access $344.900 993-3397.
DOCKABLE WATERFRONT & deeded
boat slip water-access homesiles Below
appraisal Lake Chatu9e, GA/NC Moun-
tainsl Excellent Financingl Two-Day Sale
Nov. 4th & 5th! Appointment Only!
(877)234-8850 ext.102.
N FLA 80 Ac $6200 per acre Pines.
hardwoods & creek Homesiles, hunt or
recreation 1800)294.2313 ExI 1185 A Bar
Sales. Inc. 7 days 7am-7pm
SW GEORGIA 203 Acres of planted
pines. 170 Acres, 17 years old located 4-
miles west of Pelham. Excellent Hunting!
Pnced to Sell! Call (229)890.2589
1+ ACRE Mountain Lots. Minutes hornom
Hayesville. NC, Hiawassee Rver and
Lake Cnaiuga. Build your home lora ile.
time Lois range in price Irom $54.900
to $87,900 Call 828-389-8843 or 904.
254-9644
FRANKLIN, NC NEW Timber Frame
Home, Rustic Elegance, 2.7 ac, Captivat-
ing mln. views stream, ponds, porch
w/ourdoor fireplace, 3BR, 3BA, Loft & Un-
fin. Basement (770)998-0856,
www ThePondalFeatherstone.com.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 50'x100' lot.
5 blocks from ocean Includes builders
plans for 2000sf. home, $214,900. Exit
Realty Aftliates Call Bil 904-874-4948
40 ACRES w.tl pond near State & Nat'I
parks Camp, Fish. Hunt. $149,900 owner
lin $7995 down .1800)352-5263 Florida
Woodland Group Inc Lic ftE Br6F I
1908 & 1922 2nO St IN. 2 loiS togeths r
157 Front x 110 Deep. Zoned RM1 - up lo
13 Units Residential Artist Renderings &
Architect Plans available 2 biks to ocean.
MLS#310353 $1 59 M Will co-op 3%'
904-728-2338



GREAT CORNER location CBS bunga.
low ready for 2nd story $314 900 Call
Carolyn Francis 904-521-5000 RE/MAX
Specialists.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
Neptune Beach. corner lot, 2000st . 2car
garage new rool, kitchen needs help
$329K worth $385K 591-7392.


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ATLANTIC BEACH.
1550 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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Remodel existing cottage or build 2 new
oceanfront homes which can be sold sep-
arately. FSBO/ Lic. Agt. 246-0000.


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A new mountain development

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


Oceanfront - Newer custom built 5BR.
4.5BA. with 4725 SF, views of the ocean
from the east and [CW the west. Office,
formal living and dining, tile and
hardwood floors, pool and spa. screened
lanai with hot tub, and pnvare beach.
$2,750,000
Isle of Palms - Former model with 2705
SF and $71,000 in upgrades on
navigable water...just bring your boatll
Family room with fireplace, formal
dining, and deluxe master suite. Two
screened lanats, deck, balcony, dock w/
boat lift 18S9,000
South Hampton - Water to golf views
compliment this 5BR, 4BA executive
home on the 17th green. Chefs kitchen
with cherry cabinets, island, corian, tle.
3 car garage, screened lanai, two bonus
rooms, comm. pool, priced $25k below
appraisal $750,000
Odoms Mill - Lakefront 5BR, 5BA on
culdesac xith screened pool/spa, lanai,
bonus room is perfect teenage retreat, in-
law suite, wood and tile floors. coran
counters, formal living and dining, 3 car
garage, comm. pool 5679,000
Ocean Cay - Walk to the beach from
this upgraded, hght and bright 4BR,
2.5BA with loft, formal living and dining
room, new carpet and paint, tile floors,
oversized screened lanai, lots of storage,
comm. pool $499.500
Pablo Bay - Why wait to build? This
4BR, 2BA .11 brick home is ready now!
Enjoy relaxing evenings on your covered
lanai overlooking the peaceful lake.
Upgrades include te. 42 inch cabinets,
open kitchen with island, conan.
$480,000
Laurel Springs - 4BR, 2BA pool home
on beautiful lakerout lot! Upgraded tile,
covered lanai overlooks screened pool,
split bedroom plan. fireplace. Enjoy
entertaining in your spacious pool area,
m~n uniranO .151


Ibis Point - 4BR, 2.5BA w/loft on private
culdesac, lush landscaping, fenced yard,
sprinkler, open kitchen with breakfast bar,
formal dining, designer molding, master
bedroom is down with garden tub. comm.
pool/tennis. 5335,000
Jax Beach - Updated 4BR, 2BA coquina
home on an oversized lot (.27 acres) just
blocks to the beach! Wood floors,
fireplace. open kitchen, formal dining,
large great room, inside laundry, screened
porch, shed, hot tub with deck. $335,000
Florentine - This 3BR, 2.5BA with loft
is onl) one year old and ready now! Enjoy
peaceful lake views from your open pato,
spacious kitchen with breakfast bar,
formal living and dining, oversized
laundry, over $40k in upgrades! $315,000
Pelican Bay - 3BR, 2.5BA just steps to
the Intracoastal! Enjoy peaceful lake
views from your screened lanai or
entertain on your open deck. Move-in
ready with newer carpet and paint,
upgraded kitchen with tile, corian
counters. $279,900
Kernan Mill - If you are looking for a
true Florida home, look no further 3BR,
2BA open floor plan with tile throughout,
family room w/fireplace, deck leads to
private backyard with peaceful lake
views.; no backdoor neighbors! $269,900
Windsor Chase - 3BA, 2BR with office.
stucco front, lush landscaping, fenced
yard with room for a pool, formal dining,
open kitchen with extra cabinets, full
trrigaion, inside laundry room, tons of
shelving, storage, comm. pool $249,900
Kensington - Adorable 3BR, 2BA patio
home is perfect for first time buyer or
someone looking to downsize. Move in
ready with new carpet, paint, open lktchen
with all appliances, open deck, private
yard. comm. pool/tennis. $204.900


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NEPTUNE BEACH, 4BR/2BA, 1500sf.,
70'x118' comer lot, remodeled kitchen,
mexican tile throughout, rental income for'
the next 12 months. 662-6522.
ATL BCH HOME $209,900
FSBO. GOOD Starter Homel 618-1
Dutton Island Dr. West., 3BR/1.5BA. New
A/C, roof, windows, doors, and applian-
ces. By appointment only. Call David
247-0665 (home), 704-2337 (cell).
OPEN HOUSE ATL BEACH
REDUCED ALMOST $50,000
Saturday . 1-4. $424,500. I Awesome
4BR/ 2.5BA, 2-story, pool. Selva Linkslde;
1660 Linkside Ct. N. Call. Kimberiee
472-5558, Magnolia Properties;
FSBO 4BR/3BA, large corner lot, Royal
Palms in Atlantic Beach, $285,000,
463-3738.
NEPTUNE BEACH fixer upper; perfect
for investor or owner/ occupant, con-
crete block, 4 blocks from ocean,
$285,000, call Mark, 591-6976.
BY OWNER, Jax Beach, 3/1, pool, fp,
close to beach, $309,500, 247-0168 or
982-0039 '. ,
ATLANTIC BEACH TolalIv remodeled.
3BRI 1BA, 1000sl + 50'x150' beauttul lot
Granite Jacuzzi. new carpel and paint
Kitchen & bath redone in 2004 $625 000
OBO 366 51h Streel. Owner/ Broker
(904)246-4104.


FSBO TOWNHOUSE approximately 1
mile to beach, 1BR'1.5BA w.'lon, new root.
wood deck, .kitchen upgraded. Laminate
wood floors. & carpet. Community pool,
move in ready. $217,00. 242-7529,
629-0606.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Indian Springs
4,2 w'lloh. pool nome on preserve. approx
2100 sq h., $299.000. 221-1630
FSBO. 6 blocks to S. Jax Bch 3'1 5. new-
ly remodeled. $279.900 710-5200
2967 SANS Pareil SI $264,900
MLS# 326649. Approx. 1828sf. 3BR/2BA
open 8 spacious wieal-in Kitchen. sep
DR, huge GR wivaulted ceilings and FP
split BRs. ceramic tile througnoul, pnvate
backyard w/ja-uzzi Call Paula Powell,
Watson Realty 1904)707-1050
OWNERt BROKER. 3BR12BA. San Pablo
S Beach. New Iloors. pain. Tool. applian-
ces. Below appraisal 982-7620
$229,900 ATLANTIC Beach, 845 Amber-
lack Lane, Royal Palms 3/2 +small office
or large walk-in close, 1252sl . luliy reno-
valea Adorable house close to beacon with
great yard & privacy fence 904 838-1218
FSBO. PONTE Vedra Beach. 3'2, 1800 sq
n, one car gar. on lake, $299.900, by ap-
pointment. 655-8245
Spanish Pt., 14158 Tomas Pt Lane. 312'2.
2032si1, 1.3 acre. clean and modern Wa-
terfroni community wboat ramp. pool
clubhouse, 5 miles trom beach $269.900
Call Paula Killebrew. 465-2363
www killebrewrealry com
ICW FSBO, 312 home on cul-de-sac in
Kensinglon Only 5229,900 221-6263
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA. fireplace,
new carpeting. rile appliances., lenced
yarC $175.000 (904)993-9191


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COASTAL REALTY
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Dolphin Cove 3BR,2BA. huge corner lot.
all brick. culde-sac. updated Iile in matn
living area. Ready to go' Just Reduced
$279.900
PALMS @ MARSH LANDING
2BR' 2BA condo, upgraded tile & carpel
backs to preserve vaulted ceilings
Molivaled seller. $199,900
. VILLAGES OF PABLO
4BR/2BA huge cul-de-sac lot community
pool and tennis. minutes to the Beaches
A+'school. $288,900
BIKE TO OCEAN!
OFF PENMAN RD.
4BR/2BA w/pooll 2000�sl., new rool,
HVAC, fence, flooring, windows, garage
door. Offered at $384 900
INVESTOR ALERT - PVB!
TWO 1BR/ 1BA +lon Ponte Vedra Beacn
Condos. upgrades including granite & lile
floors, fireplace. custom lighting, private
beach access tennis, fitness room 1 unit
currently leased $189,900 & $195 900
15TH AVE. S.- SOUTH JAX BEACH
Key West style collage, 2BR/1 5BA, ador-
able With nuge great room, privale back-
yard, greatly for enlenaining Low mainle-
nance landscaping $319.900
WINDSOR POINTE CONDO
Motivated seller' 2BR.2BA downstairs.
unit, replace, wood floors, Icar garage.
itOtecdaL,5i$14,900 .11JAZU JI..I .o.A.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH.
,, ., O.JN HOUSE. SAT, /Wt, 11-2PM ,
LEASE PURCHASE OPTION!
SUpgraded home on San Pablo Circle,
3BRI2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard. large den, immaculate-
ly maintained Olfered at $326 900.
NEAR NOCATEE- NEASE HS
4/2 HOME in Walden Cnase oft CR 210,
never lived in. huge gieal room, $349,900
2 LOTS EAST OF A1A-PVB
Off Soiano Rd 1 has small beach cottage,
been remodeled..Take advantage of golf
views or purchase bolh for your dream
home.. Nol many liKe Ihis! 2BR/2BA
beach con age $499 900 Additional lot is
$449,500.
Call: 904-241-4447
SELL YOUR HOME STARTING AT $2950
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FOR SALE BY OWNER - 2BR condo, St.
Pelersburg 1 mile from Gull ol
Mexco/Don Cesar On isla Del Sol golf
course. Completely lumisned $370,000."
Call 1859)608.2213.
MOVE IN Condition. Tnis 3BR,2.5BA.
,Jax beach home has been completely up-
daled ana remodeled. Located at 1-104
Declarai.rn Dr imis home is cios:sto, the
SJTB, beaches and shopping. Just re-
duced. 904-563-1516
SAWGRASS 2BR/2BA completely re-
modeled, new 30 year root 42" nickory
cabinets, traveline sione iloor Berber car-
pet and crown molding. Seller will pay all
closing costs. $289,900 463-0505.
BEACH/SAN PABLO area, 3501 Claridge:
Rd E. Newil.remoaeied concrete block,
2BR/1BA, large backyard $138,000
223-5149, 339-4685. , .
ATLANTIC BEACH 312 Charming Beach
:Cottage; 937 E Coast Dr. 2 bOiks ocean,'
park/ playground/ tennis;' irrigation; gor-
geous landscape; orig 'pine foor walls
throughout; private backyard; move-in
condition; walk-in closet; large master
bath home warranty, will co-op. $795K,
904-993.1707
NEPTUNE BCH home. 3BR/2BA. 1870sl.
huge 1ol. lacuzzi, $329,900 Vanguard Re-
airy, Inc, GMAC. Brandon Buckley, 904-
962-7600
MARSH LANDING CC - 3BR/3BA
2300sl, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, on cul-
de-sac, private, wooded back yard.
$549.900 (904)537.4083

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CONDO "FOUNTAINS', Ponle Vedra. 695
A1A N. 3BRi 2BA Lease $1295 or
buy $239.900. Very clean. 246-6649
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA, Allantic Beach
condo, move-in condition, distressed prop-
erty, sell ior only mortgage balance ol
$113,480. (8051377-2430. 1904)803-5359
AWESOME OCEAN front condo, south
Jax Beach, very nice. 1/1 w/ glassed-in
porch, ceramic tiles, new appliances.
$399,000 OBO. (904)881-5793
PVB. 1BR/1BA w/gorgeous view. new ap-
pliances, Iile. Exc. amenities $159,900
708-3809.
OCEANVIEW 3/2, exc. cond. Condo fee
$239/mo. Motivated seller $699,000. Day
phone 553-0509. ahfer 5pm 241-2443
PVB - OWNER FINANCE
Only $6K down, new 2/2/+ lakeview,
$209K, last onel 727-458-4230.
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH. 3BR/2BA.
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile Bright, open
Iloor plan. No dogs $455,000
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601

PRE-CONSTRUCTION OCEANVIEW.
Ready 2008. Prices start at $499k. Call for
details. Renee L. Baron, Inc. 242-2821.

WATERFRONT COMMUNITIES, near
San ,Marco; 1BR/1BA, $85,000.
2BR/1.5BA, $133,900. Sea State Realty.
Corp. (904)537-0679.
OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
from every room. $514,900. Owner/ agent
568-4818.
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.killebrewrealty.comi
LOS BRISAS- Oceanfront- 2BR/2BA
w/beaches "greatest" deck. Garage park-
ing- great rental property- fully furnished.
$520,000. 241-0267.
PV BCH 2BR/2BA w/2fireplace, all applian-
ces stay, $175,900, 2151 Seahawk Drive,
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
655-7923 (cell).
FSBO, SAWGRASS Beach Club Ocean-
side Condo, 1100sf. 1BR/1BA, garage,
$340,000. (904)635-9349.
COSTA VERONA- Direct Oceanfront,
2BR/2BA +den. Located on amenity floor
with 14' ceilings. Unbelievable price of
$790,000. December move-in. 241-0267.
MIRA VISTA- 3BR/3BA. Third floor loca-
tion overlooks intracoastal & marina.
GREAT LOCATION. $595,000. Also
available, 60' boat slip $185,000.
241-0267.
MARSH VIEWS, 2/2 condo w/ garage.
Brazilian hardwood floors. Fireplace w/
mantel. Designer finishes. Tiled bath/
kitchen/ entry. All appliances stay. Move in
ready. $229,000. (904)254-6162.










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SINGLE WIDE 2BR/2BA + storage shed,
'87, PEAC. $9000, excellent condition.
14036 Downs Lane 9580, Porlside. Call
708-0731. 241-8718
JAX BEACH Gollair. 2BR/1 .5BA,
screened patio new carpet. $14.500.
246-8582



NEAR PONTE Veara. 1 block beach Best
area, quiel, safe residential neighbor-
SCH&A, W/D included No smoking. Small
pea considered $950/mo, lease deposit
993-1118
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands
Townnome. VERY CLEAN, 1500sq.,
3/2.5. W/D, garage pool, No Pels, Non-
Smokers. $1280/mo 655-2718
TWO APARTMENTS 1BR. 2 blocks Irom
beach $675/mo tor each 249-6748.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA condol Club
pool, exercise & more! $875/mo
3BR/2BA. $1200/mo Ali Souin Realty,
241-4141
JAX BEACH, easi o01 A1A. 2/1, large up-
stairs. CH&A, W/D, pnvale deck, $1120,
821 -9751' 803-3099.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 1 1/2 blocks ocean.
S 2BR/1BA +oHice, 1092si, CH&A W/D.
dishwasher $1025/mo +$850/dep No
dogs. 246-8220
ATLANTIC BCH oh Seminole Rd Beault-
lul newer 3/2.5 townhome, 10h ceilings,
light & bngmn. hardwood floors. 1 car gar,
S small lenced backyard, 8 blocks to beach.
$14951mo., flexible terms. Call June, First
Trusi Realty. 994-3608
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent, location. .2 lockss lo .Ocean, very
clean. No. pears $575,mo 642-1214. or
*24114n2191 ' "' :,'r, ,* ',-' r,,:,i]r ,-:,ru
ATLANTIC BEACH Cortage. Beach Ave.,
oceanview 2BR.'1BA. fireplace, skylignls.
cable TV No smoking, no pels
$1450imo 241-6913, 887-9596.


1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, Ist Ave. South,
1BR/1BA. $685/mo (904)891-0606
(352)478-2161.
2/1, 201 N. 9th St. $700/mo + $700 dep.
Non-smoking, no pets. 246-9162, ext 5#.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. renovated
2BR, all amenites, avail, soon $1100/rmo.
247-1417... 1BR, near ocean. $750/mo.

S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. ,East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730.
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/2BA condo, just steps
to ocean Club pool. $875/mo. All South.
Realty, 241-4141.
CLEAN 3BR Townhouse, near ochan,
Neptune Bph. $1295/mo. Charles Leo-
nard, Broker, 241-7675.
NEPTUNE BEACH- large 1BR apl., I 1/2
bolocKs to ocean. CH&A, skylignls, carport.
tile floors, WDHU $850/mo. 246-3739
JAX BEACH block & hall from water,
2BR/1BA. CH/A, WDHU, FP, $695/mo
904-891 0606 or 352-478.2161
OCEANFRONT. 3BR'2BA condo in S
Jax Bch. Convenient to shopping JTB!
Club pool garage & morel $1700/mo Al-
so 2BR/2BA 51400/mo. All South Realty.
241-4141
JAX BEACH- Immaculate 3BR/2BA unit in
the Palms. ground Iloor, lakeview unit Fil-
ness center, pools, planning. lenns, club-
house, & more! $1200imo 904-372-9222.
Broker
2BR/1 5BA TOWNHOME in Atlantic
Beach 5 blocks to ocean, $1200/mq +
$1290 dep.. 591-1226.

OCEANVIEW, JAX BCH
2/1, apartment, 101C 16th Ave. S. CH/A,.
WDHU No dogs $995/mo. +$500/deposit.
211 N. 8th St., 1/1 apartment No dogs.
$625/mo. Broker/ Owner, 249-8766. Call
anydayl
1BR 1BA condo at The Palms at Marsh
Landing, Country Club amenities
$850/mo 616-6617.
TOWNHOUSE. 2BR/1.5BA, kitchen
equip.. wshr, dryr, 4-blocks to ocean,
$750/mo. 425 Upper 8th Ave. S. Jax. Bch.
246-1842
MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town-
home. CH&A, WDHU, 1239 Maypqn
Landing Dr., $790/mo , $700 dep.; 280-
2728, leave message.
2BR/1BA, 1.5 blocks from beach w/beach
access, $750/md. 241-2077.
LARGE 1 bedroom Excellent 'location. 2
blocks to ocean Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
ATLANTIC BEACH Studio garage apt,
near ocean $650/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
1/2 BLOCK to ocean. 2BR/2BA, large
deck, wet oar. Must seel $1300/mo. 904.
3180044
JAX BEACH, East of 3rd. Walk to beach
2BR/1.5BA townhome. $1050/mo. Pets
OK. 242-9195.
BEACHFRONT 1BR/ 1BA, 108 Orange
SI, Nep Bcrn, downstairs. $1050/mo incl
utld (661)803-6275.


NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,
2BR/1BA. 1 year lease, NO pets, 800si
includes W/D. $1000/mo. +$1000/sec
dep. 918A First Street, between Bay &
Pine Call 246-8970 or 591-1218
ATLANTIC BEACH 2BR/1BA. hardwood
Iloors, CH&A. WDHU, 1.5 blocks to
each. 1st/ last mo. rent SD. 1 year
lease $900/mo. Donna Ross Real Es-
tale, Inc. 246-4862
JAX BEACH, 2BR townhouse, near
ocean. CH&A. WDHU, no pets. $950/mo.
-$500/dep 246-3130
223B HOPKINS St, Nap Bch. 1BR/1BA
efficiency Apt. 1.5 blocks from ocean.
$775/mo. Lewis Realty (904)291-7229.
ATLANTIC BEACH Duplex .(dowrtstalrs)
2/1, 2 blodks-.fri''tjdeaoh; pafio backyard,
W.DB 6aad& .ro.-3o ,t1$i mo
318.2121
FIRST MONTH FREE!
BEACHES 2/2,ON lakefront, many extras
Avail mmed. $1200/mo. 382-6145.


ACROSS STREET from ocean, 2BR/1 BA,
CH/A, WDHU. 808 First St., So, Jax!
Beach, Apt. 3, 888-259-0783, credit
checkR.
MOBILE HOMES., ;$525 to $575; on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579. '


WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D Included, CH/A, ce-
ramic tile, approx 900st. 405 14th Ave. S.,
Jax Bch. No pets. $825/mo. $825/sec.
dep. (904)343-9908.
PVB. 3BR/2BA Townhome, WDHU, lyr.
lease. No pets. $950tmo. .$950/sec.
249-6501, 233-7224.


ATL BCH, 91h Si., 2 biks Irom ocean and
2BR TOWNHOUSE. 5 blocks Irom ocean. park, 4BR/2BA. Rent $1495/mo. or rent to
$725/mo Call John (904)813-9723. own 1904)568 6004


1/2 BLOCK to ocean, 1BR/IBA. studio,,
electric & water included, laundry room.
$750/mo. (904)318-00.14
ATLANTIC BEACH/ MAYPORT AREA
1129 Sebago Ave So ' Oak Harbor
All new 3BR/2BA, hife/ carpel, fenced yard.
no pets. year lease. $1200."mo 631-3583
or 612-8868.
1901 Challenger Cl. West' Courtyards
2BR/2BA loh ile/ carpet, new appliances.
private courtyard, no pets, year lease.
$950/mo. 631 -3583 or 612-8868.



PONTE VEDRA Beach, 3/2, one car gar.
excellent schools, many extras and built In
Iliad floors, lust & last, will consider RTO,
leave call back message, 247-5116.
FURNISHED BUNGALOW w/ulltlles
Long/ short term. 2/1, lanced yard, pets
OK. 4 blocks from beach. $1600/mo Call
Broker/ Owner, Kirk Killebrew, 463-1131.
SO. JAX Beach/ Ripllde 4/3. furnished or
unfurnished: 2400 sI. $1950/mo,
1904)553-2352.
JB, 3/1, CH&A, WDHU. quiel street, new
kitchen & carpel, 1012 9th St No.: $1175,
no pets. 249-1104
JAX BCH, 3BR/1BA, tumished, huge yard,
close to ocean. No pels. $950/mo. -dep.
254-8662, 710-0540.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 1 block from
ocean. Charming Irench country style
home w/deck overlooking courtyard.
3BR/2BA, garage and parking. Avail from
Nov. $2200/mo. Call Rick 891-2345
ATLANTIC BEACH; 2BR/1BA; Fenced
Backyard. $850/mo. Call (904)249-2840.
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1250/mo deposit,
614-5278


$ 950 202-4E Vdlla del Mar
$1000 703 Villas of Marsh Landin
$1050 36 The Colony
$110b0 535 Ocean Links
$1500 9757 Rough Creek
$ 500 804 Templeton Lane
$1600 744 Summerhouse 1 Beac
$1750 97 Voyager Court
$1750 144 Shelb) Cove Court
$1800 104 Crosscove Circle
$2000 505 Seascape
$2200 906 Mura Vista
$2200 905 2' Street North, itC
$2200 117 Deer Cove.Drive
$22. , J0302 OFean Grande
400 . 20.Porofino _. h .,r
'$2400" '68'-29'" Avenue S6uth
$2600 9910 Preston Trail
$2700 804 Metropolitan
$3000 165 Barberry Lane
$3300 570 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
$3500 605 Landmari Condominiui
$4500 1550 Beach A enue


$ 900/wk Beach Club Villas
$1100/wk 49 Tifton Way North
$1300/w k Deer Run
$1400 The Colony
$1500 741 Spinnaker's Reach
$1500/wk 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
*Special Rate'
$1600 Sea Place 13mommn. i
$1600/wk 2839 S. Poeni Vedra
$1600/wk The Retreat
$1800/wkOcean Manor
$1800 602 Tournament Road
$1800 Vista Del Mar
$2000 Las Brisas
$2000 2011 Beach Avei'3momin.I
$2100 Rough Creek
$2200 Quail Point II
$2300 92 Tifton Way North
$2500 Pelican Point
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront'
$2700/wk 2824 Coastal H%\ y
$2900 68-29" Avenue South
$3100/wk725 Ponte Vedra Bhld
$3300 133 Sea Hammock Way
$5500 1931 Beach Ave(3mo mim.)


OCEAN VIEW home 3/2 5 beaulilul home
1/2 block to Ine beach. All appliances,
wood floors, barber carpet, crown mold.
ing. Furnished or unlumished. $2400/mo
68- 291h Ave. South (904)536-3308
SOUTH JAX Beach 3BR/1.5BA, 6 blocks
to ocean $1300/mo 710-5200
ST JOHNS Forest. New, lovely. 4BR/3BA.
3car, community pool and Irails, greal
schools Avail. now. $1750/mo. w.garden-
ing. 1 yr. lease. Oct free 1415)302-0514.
PVB, 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage, newly
remodeled, fenced yard. $1450/mo. Joe
923-7066.
2BR/1 BA. 326 61h Sireet, Atlantic Beach
$1600/mo wtllh 1st and last months rent
payable upon signing 1 year lease. Pels
allowed. Call Vicki or Tami at 241-1656.
SOLANO WOODS. 3/2/2, lenced yard,
hardwood Iloors throughout, Florida room,
exc. cond , $1600/mo. 864-6590.
GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD, 3BR/2BA,
huge great room w/fillreplace, pool w/water
fall and covered patio. $1600/mo. Availa-
ble now. Call 247-5317.

JAX BEACH
New Large 3 BR-2.5BA luxury townhome
7 blocks to ocean, $1620/mo rent or
$1820/mo. Rent to Own w*Reasonable dn.
904-838-4133, www weselljaxhomes.com
ATLANTIC BCH/ MAYPORT, Cypress
Cove, spacious 3/2, +bonus room, fire-
place, fenced yard, great condition! No
smoking/pels. $1100/mo deposit. 755-
4038 , ,
PVB IN TPC, 3BR/2BA townhouse,
1475st, garage. W/D, fireplace.
$1495/mo. Steve Shaughnessy.
904-537-0570. Preview at
www.sieveshaughnessy com


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Ponie Vedra/Sawgrass TPC
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Jax Beach/Oceanfront
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Ponie Vedra/Marsh Landing
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":'ax Beach
Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC
Jax Beach/Oceanview
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Sawgrass Country Club
Sawgrass Country Club
Ponie Vedra
Sawgrass Beach Club


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Atlantic Beach 2/2
S. Ponte Vedra 3/1 5
Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2
Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 3/2
Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2
Jax Beach/Oceanside 3/2
Jax Beach/Oceanfront 2/2
Atlantic Beach/Oceanfront 3/2
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2
Sawgrass Country Club 3/2
Ja.\ Beach/Oceanfront 2/2
Neptune Beach/Oceanftont 3/2.5
Vilano Beaci/Oceanfront/Po..l 6/4
Jax Beach 3/2.5
Ponie Vedra/Oceanfront/Pool 5/3
Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2


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www.StocktonRealEstate.com
574 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082


IWC WEST, Kensington Lakes, 1200 sf,
2BR/2.5BA, W/D, CH&A, screened porch,
gated .community with pool. Free water
and basic cable. No pets, $1025,
(904)525-1676. :
45 WHITING Lane, AB; 3/2, Florida
room, WDHU, CH&A. No pets. $950/mo
+dep., 246-4098.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Indian Springs,
4/2 .w/ loft, -pool home on preserve.
$1650/mo. + sec. dep., 221-1630.
"SELVA LINKSIDE-ATLANTIC BCH
3BR/2BA. greal condition l1654sf, over
look;nggoll course, low mainenance.
$1500/mo 904-219-7962


JACKSONVILLE BEACH
CONSTITUTION COVE
3/2, 1 car gar., 1700sf, $1795/mo
.PONTEVEDRA �
PONTE VEDRA LANDING
3/2, 2 cargar.,1347sf, $1150/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH
CYPRESS COVE
3/2, 2 car gar., 1340sf, avail. 11/10,
. $995/mo.
3/2, 1 car gar.,,1410sf, avail. 11/10,
$995/mo.
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
3/2, 1005sf, $850/mo.
ICW ,
QUEENS HARBOR .
5/4. 2 car gar.. 3200si, $2995/mo.
HICKORY LAKES
312. 2 car gar., 1854si, avail 11/1.
$1295'mo.
SUTTON LAKES
3/2. 2 car gar.. 2000st, avail. 11/1,
$1495/mo
COLLINSWOOD- OFF GIRVIN
3/2, 2 car gar ,1900sl, avail. 11/10.
$1395/mo
SAN PABLO CREEK
3/2. 2 car gar, 1675sf. avail. 11/15,
$1195.'mo.
KERNAN FOREST
2'2. 1 car gar 1100sf, avail. 11/1.
$995/mo.
WINDSOR CHASE
4/2. 2 car gar.. 2000si, avail, 11/10
$1395.mo
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK
3/2, 2 car gar. 1227sf, $10501mo.
GRAND RESERVE
2/2, 1212sl. $1100/mo
WOLF CREEK
3/2 5. 1 car gar.. 1764sf. $1200/mo.
HAWKINS COVE
4/2, 2 car gar., 1932s1, avail. 11/1i.
$1525/mo.
THE VALLEY
2/2. 2 car gar., 1100st, $900/mo.
DANFORTH
4/2. 2 car gar., 1990si, $1525/mo.
SOUTHSIDE
DEER COVE
3/2.2 car gar., 1425sl.avail 11/1
$1195!mo.
SONOMA SOUTHSIDE
312. 1310sf, $1395/mo
IRONWOOD- ST. LUKES AREA
4/2 5, 3 car gar. 2760sf. $17501mo.
ARLINGTON
SHADOWOOD
2.2, 1292sl. avail 11010, $8951mo.
CARLTON AT OAK LANDING
2/2 5, 1042sl. $800/mo.
MERRILL PINES
2/2, 1000st, $795/mo
2/2, 1120sl. $895/mo
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
KINGS MILL
3/2.5, $1195/mo.
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4/2. 2 car gar.. 2000si. $1450/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. 2003sl, $1295/mo.
BONAPARTE CROSSING
3/2 2 car gar., 1730sf. avail 12/1.
$1195/mo
HICKORY HILL
3/2.5. 2 car gar . 2220sl, avail., 11/10,
$1395/mo.
TIDEWATER
4/3, 3 car gar., 2065s1. $1825/mo
4/3, 3 car gar.. 2065sl $1795/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.


3BR 2.5BA washer/ dryer, pool, water- OCEANFRONT, 2BR/2BA condo, lully lur-
front w/ dock, garage. fenced yard. Isle of nished/ unlumished. Available immediate-
Palms $1600,mo. (352)636-2151. ly Long-term lease 465.4101


JAX BEACH. 930 S ist Ave. 3/1, 1200sf.,
CH&A, W/D. $900/mo 4600/dep. Avail.
11/1/06. (904)476.5147.
JAX BCH, 4 blocks trom ocean, 3BR
1.5BA. CH/A, lile & carpels, new kit. cabi-
nets. $1250/mo plus $1100/dep. Dogs
30lbs and under considered. 514-4229
Broker/ owner.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3/2/2, 1540sf,
fireplace new carpet, yard svc No pets.
S M IT - -- ' - * ' *: : ,: . :
iAOfTi4geG3BH,.4BR--2BA�]ikegiqwe, fom
pletely remodeled' Bike to beach & park.
Avail. 11/1 $1375/mo. 247-4527.
NEP BCH. large 4BR 2BA, new paint, tile
& carpet with gar., plus covered parking
lotr boat & RV. $1650/mo. 904-704-1828.
SOLANO WOODS, 3/2. 1600sf., split BR's
w/wood floors, ceramic hie throughout.
open kitchen w/eal-in-area. screened pa-
tio, $1700/mo TDO Mgmnt 246-1125
BEAUTIFUL 3/2 South Jax Beach
home, 5 blocks from beach, recently reno-
vated inside and outl, W/D included
$1400/mo. 280-2341.
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH. 316 7th St.,
2BR/1.5BA, office. cule conlage. No Pets
No Smoking. $1700/mo.. 904-571-3863.
S JAX Bch. 2BR/2BA fully fumisned, 1
car garage, fenced yard. Incl wireless, in-
lemet. & cable. Completely updated. 3
blocks from beach For photos e-mail ma-
naeugeniarolo@oellsoulh.nel $1500/mo.
Long term lease (407) 394-5858.
NAVIGABLE WATERFRONT- 2654 Jew-
ell Rd. 3/1, bnck, rent to own. $1200/mo.
VIP Realty, 962-6190.
JAX BEACH, 3/2.5 cul-de-sac, 1 car ga-
rage, washer/ dryer, fenced yard, small
dog OK $1295/mo. TDO Management,
246-1125
1365 SEMINOLE Rd., 3/2, CH/A, garage.
$1300/mo 707-9954.
INDIAN SPRINGS, 4BR/2.5 BA, approx.
3000 sf, 2 car gar., asking $1650/mo +
$1650 deposit, ready to move in,
(904)270-8515, 472-5913.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, Covington
Creek, 3/2 over 2200 sq.h , $1700/mo +
sec. dep. 221 1630.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA. 1450st, 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.
ATLANTIC BEACH, stunning 3BR/2.5BA.
ownhome, home s from beach; ex-
ceptional quality and condition; large mas-
ter bedroom suite; 1.5 car garage; awe-
some rooftop deck Available now. No
pets $1950/mo, 242-8081


1/2 MONTH FREE rent, Villas At Marsh
Landing, 1/1, upper, place, garage
$835/mo TDO Management Services
246-1125.
OCEANFRONT FURNISHED, 2BR/2BA,
$1800. 6 mo. + pool. Consider Lease Op-
tion 568-4818
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA. atached ga-
rage, lumished,all appliances, includes
WlD. $1200/mo. Mark 338-3230.
:-,.ILLAS AT MARSi 'L .dinV-.BR/2BA
.K ,parsh (,yiew, screeaI'erporch,;.Aeplace
new appliances, witness, pool, gated.
$995/mo 247-9727.
1BR/IBA WATERFRONT Condo: otbenng
a beach lifestyle wnh Clubhouse, Reson
Style Pools. $1,000/mo. only, Call (904)
249-2840.
2BR/2BA, GROUND floor, end unit w/ga-
rage, close to pool, plenty of storage. In
Tne Palms @ Marsh Landing, $1100/mo,
Brett, (619)819-5222
PVB VILLAS at Marsh Landing, 212.
$975/mo ; w/garage $1050/mo. TDO Man-
agement Services. 246-1125.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA, split floor plan.
fireplace. 1028 4th St N.. blocks from
beach. $950/mo. 728-3000 (days). 786-
2757 (evenings).
PVB- Summer House. 2BR/2BA, end
unit, 1-story, large yard. $1195/mo
(904)612-6532 or (904)641-5564
NEW 3BR/2BA condo, IL Villagio, South-
side, $1150/mo. Call 955-1357
3BR/2BA SPACIOUS Contemporary style
Condo; Walking distance to the Beach!
$1200/mo.: Call (904)249-2840
FURNISHED, PVB, 2/2, flat, gated com-
munity w/5 star amenities, east of A1A.
$1500/mo. Lease/ Option available Call
Broker/ Owner, Kirk Killeorew. 463 1131
ATLANTIC BEACH, Deerfield Lakes For
lease, newly remodeled condo, 2BR/ 1 I
1/2 BA, AC, secunty system, elecincal ap-
pliances, no pets. $850/mo.,deposit $850
(904)781-6528.
SUMMER HOUSE. PVB, luxury top floor
2/2, five star amentlles,W/D, no
pets/smokers. OCT. FREEI $999/mo +ae-
posit, 755-4038.
AB, HALF block from ocean, furnished;
3BR/2BA $1500/mo; no pets, 247-1049,
608-4325.
OCEAN FRONT condo 2BR/2BA.
$1700/mo Call 716-1608.
JAX BEACH, New 3BR/3BA, Norlhshore
Condos. 1126 N. 1st St., consider 7mo
lease $2100/mo. 904-614-3128.
PONTE VEDRA. Walk To Beach Furnish-
ed 1BR/1BA, water-lo-goll view. pool,
tennis $1250/mo includes uilities.
396-9544 or (904)608-0962


ADORABLE NEPTUNE Bch collage, 2/2,
$1200/mo . recently updated. wood floors,
fireplace, steps to the beach Call
904-962-1729
ATLANTIC BCH townhouse. 3.5BR/ 2BA.
everything new. ceramic tile throughout,
marsh view. 2979 Bayshore Dr., Mayport
Landing Must seel $1100/mo 465-2163
PVB IN TPC, 3BR/2BA home. 2car,
updated, fireplace, close to park/ pool.
673-6378.
JAX BEACH- 909 7nt Ave. North,
2BR/1BA house w/screened in porch,
lenced yard, CH&A. $950/mo
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.


PONTE VEDRA-" EAST 2OF A1A.
3BR/2BA+ office, 2000sf.,'2. car garage.
Courtyard pool, 'lawn/pool service includ-
ed. Pets OK. $1900/mo. (904)703-0242.
JAX BEAQH- 428 3rd Ave. So., 2BR/1BA
house, CH&A, fenced yard, $775/mo,
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.
VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2,. 2360sf. FR,
DR, office, sunroom. $1450/mo. .TDO
Management. 246-1125.


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


JAX BEACH,- 3BR/1.5BA home, 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. off Penman and North 12th
Ave. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.
ATLANTIC BEACH, - 601 Camellia,
3BR/2BA, tile floors, vaulted ceilings,
fireplace. $1100/mo. +$1100/dep. (904)
514-8761.
1292 ROSE St., 2BR/2BA, new carpet &
tile; sunny lanai, $925/mo., 367-1818 Duv-
al Realty.
ISLE OF Palms, 3BR/2BA, frplc., CH/A,
2 car gar., pets ok. $1450/mo. Call.
962-9240.
COTTAGE ACROSSfrom ocean, 512 1st
St. South. Jax Beach', $850/mo. VIP Real-
ty. , 962-6190.
SATLANTIC BCH,' completely remodeled
4BR/2.5BA, 2-story w/ 2 car garage, off
street parking & fenced yard. Near May-
port school, Gbeaches & base. $1500/mo
+dep. 869 Gavagan. Call 'for appt.
�(904)910-6052..


2/2 OCEANFRONT Condo, Jax Bch
$1800/mo, Garage/ pool, gym No smok-
ing Call 724-6594.
2BR/2BA. SCREENED patio wilh marsh
view, like new The Greens Way. Marsh
Landing, fireplace and all Kritchen applian-
ces plus washer/ dryer $1100,'mo Call
247-5317.
NEW NEW Condo. 1000sl, new applian-
ces including W/D. East of A1A
$1095/mo. (904)708-2867
OCEAN FRONT. new 3/3 garage, pool.
consider lease option 6 months plus.
$2575/mo 568-4818.
3BR/2BA. WOLF Creek. Beach Blvd:
Clubhouse, Pool, Fitness; $1200,'mo; Call
(904)249-2840
PVB IN TPC, 3BRj2BA townhouse.
1475sf., garage, W/D. fireplace.
$1495/mo. Steve Snaughnessy.
904-537-0570. Preview al
www.sleveshaughnessy com
JAX Beach. VALENCIA. 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage, brano new, guard galed, reason
style amenities. Non smoking. $1475/mo.
(904)422-1599.
DEERFIELD LAKES 3BR/1 5BA. includes
eat in kitchen, washer/ dryer, new carpet
& pain. Like new. $925'mo
(904)571-5517.
3/2 CONDO w/great ocean views RE-
DUCED $1500/mo No dogs 477-4640
THE PALMS @ Marsh Landing 2/2,
1150sf. 2nd floor. screened pailo.
$1100/mo.. Call Toma 333-4371


PVB OCEAN Grove Condos 1BRi 1Bth
Prime Lake View, W/D, screened patio,
cable alarm. Club nouse/ pool facilities,
private beach access $900/mth.
(904)704-7907.
OCEANFRONT 1BR 1BA, Jax Bch. Im-
maculaie, peaceful $1550/mo. 249-6166.
PV BCH, 2BR/2BA, gated, luxury condo n
greal loc. Pool/ clubhse/ Illtness clr, great
view from screened lanai. W/D incl. stor-
age area,, 2nd fir. $935/mo. Call 285-5064
after 5pm.
CONDO -FOUNTAINS', Ponte Vedra, 695
A1A N. 3BR/ 2BA Lease $1295 or
buy $239.900. Very clean. 246-6649.


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OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach AUCTION NOTICE
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
Jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or Noticb Is hereby given that pursuant to.the
535-3828. "Self Storage Facility Act", Florida Statutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida .1982; the personal property con-
sisting of clothing, personal Itemq and
_EAT PiACE fr riht n'onn, 'dra. household'goods'of:


,ln-.~t-l rI-A -Lt, ior rgini arsoUl, no iur-
ma. Leave message. 333-4624.
ROOMS, $500/mo. +utilities & cable. Full
kitchen, large backyard. Close to Beach.
233-6528. '
LOOKING FOR roommate.to share exclu-
sive Miravista, gated, pool, hot tub, health
club, waterfront w/marina view. Room has
own bathroom, brand- new large unit,
2700sf. $650/mo. +1/3 fees and 'utilities.
Call (904)463-2845.
NEAR Mayport Navy Base, master bed-
room w/ bathroom; $500/mo., 235-9304.
FEMALE SEEKING Roommate; 3BR
home, drug-free. NB area. 11/1.
861-8522.


CHRISTIAN LADY Seeks roommate to
share 3BR apanment. t904)249-171l.
(904)349-9969.
3BR/I 5BA, COMPLETELY renovated. 9
miles from ocean, $425/mo + deposii, in.
eludes Ultiites 403-7389



3 OFFICE Rental Spaces In Jax Beach/
South 3rdSt.- 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. 1 I I ' '
QUALITY EXECUTIVE :Office', 195sf.,
$345/mb. PVB. CFurnished/. Unfurnished.
874-3385. ,
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE suite, approx
1000 sqft; signage; avail, at 3010. S. 3rd
St..Call 247-1770 for info.
EXCELLENT SPACE lor lease, Beach.
Plaza on Beach Blvd. Call Jonatnan, 866-
6937
INDIVIDUAL QUALITY Executive Office,
overlooking golf course in S Jax Beach.
Call 24A .5553 x15
APPROXIMATELY 750 sl quality office
space overlooking goll course in S Jax
Beach Call 241-5553 x15


JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Warehouse for
lease 3629si. Office included Large park-
Ing lot, beach side of intracoasial
17700929-1721, (678)525-0854


PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty. 874-6062
2 JACK Russell terrers, can't be separat-
ed, need loving home wilenced yard,
greal family pel; 8 yrs old" Iree to good
home 333-1111.
9 WEEK old kittens. orange & whine; free.
call 246-1410 or 708-6359



.FULL BLOODED Shin Tzu puppies, 1
male & 1 lemale, $250 each. 9 wks. old.
962.5466
TWO BIRDS Sun Conure & indian Rin-
neck Oolh w/cage 1495. or $250 eacn.
251-5659
LAB MIX, PUPPIES Females . Shots and
wormed $20 to good home 743-2042
DOBERMAN PUPPIES. $500, AKC.
champion bloodline, bik/tan, red/rusi,
tails/dc, POP 339-4579 ,
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Rashad Washington,: Atlantic' Beach,
All1, 10x20, furniture, clothing, misc.
boxes.
Kelly Gates, Atlantic Beach, A119, 10x20,
misc. boxes, furniture.
Jaquellne '.Johnson, Jacksonville, B206,
5x10, misc boxes, furniture.
Jerry Lamb, Allantic Beach, A135, 10x20,
misc. boxes. '
Gayle Phillips, Atlantic Beach, B271,.
10x10, misc. boxes, furniture.
Timothy Bowers, Charlahoochee. F547,
10x20, misc. boxes. furniture,
Will De sold or otherwise disposed of at
10:00 a.m , Saturday, November 181h,
2006 o10 satisfy lienIs) lor past due rentisi'
cost and lees. DisposirIon will take place
al Pan Am Mni Siorage, 2383 Maypon
Rd. Allantic Beach, FL 32233 Pan Am
Mini Storage reserves the nghl to rejecl
any and all bids and establish minimum
bids to compensate for all costs
BL 10/25. 11/1/06


SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF KINGS
VLADIMIR JIVOIUTSKIL
Plaintiftl(s)
against

HOPE ANN ISENBERG
Delendanl(s)


Index No. 13366/06
Date Summons filed. 05/02,/06
Plainlift designates: KINGS County as the
place of trial
Tne basis of venue Is Plaintiff's Residence
SUMMONS WITH NOTICE .:
Plaintiff resides at*
2160 84th #3F
Brooklyn, NY 11214
ACTION FOR A DIVORCE
To the above named Defendant
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to
serve a notice ot appearance on the Plain-
liff's Attorney(s) within twenty (20) days af-
ter the service of this summons, exclusive
of the day of service. where service is
made by delivery upon you personally
within Lte state, or within thirty (30) days
after c&npielion of service where service
is made In any other manner. In case of
your failure to appear, judgment will be
laken against you by default tor the relief
demanded in the notice set forth below.
Dated: Apnl 27,2006
/s/Olga Suslova
Atlomey (s for Plainfiff(s)"
Olga Susiova, Esq.
2875 West 8tn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11224
718-266-1,555
NOTICE: The nature of this action is to'
dissolve the marriage between the pari-
ties, on the grounds: DRL �170(2)- Aban-
donment. ,
The relief sought is a judgment of absolute
divorce in favor of the Plaintiff dissolving
the marriage between the parties In this
action The nature of any ancillary or addi-
Ilonal relief demanded Is: maintenance,
exclusive possession of the marital resi-
dence and its contents, lile, health and
disability insurance for Ine beneillt of the
Plaintiff. an equilale distribution of marital
property and/or distnburtive award: counsel
lees, experts lee. and any other relet the
court deems fitting and proper.


HOMELESS PETS ior adoption- Cats & BL 10/11.10/18, 10i25/06
dogs 246.3600


WHAT DESTROYS Relationships' An-
swer pg 446 Buy and Read Dianerrcs by
L Ron Hubbard Send $8 00 Io Hubbard
Dianeiics Foundalton. 3102 N Habana
Ave. Tampa FL 33607 1813)872-0722.


IF YOU are inieresled in advenising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
emal ciassilfied@beacnesleadercom
JIM FROM Air Tran Flight 931 on 10/9
ATLto JAX Owe you a dinneril Call MP
850-599-1358.
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DIVORCE $275.$350. Covers children,
etc. Only one signature required Excludes
Sgovt. 'fees Call weekdays .800i462-2000
ext.600. (8am-7pmi Alia Divorce. LLC
Established 1977.
DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE! Uncon-
Sesled divorce papers Winout Kids (while
you wail) With kids la little longer) Since
1981' by app. only 19041641-2187




PUBLIC NOTICE
The Planning Commission for the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold 'a public hearing on Monday, No-
vember 13, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Council Chambers, located at 11 Nortnh
$rd Street, Jacksonville Beach to consider
the following Iwo applications:
PC#32-06 Conditional Use, approval of a
commercial recreational use (scooter rent-
ais ir, a Commercial Limiled- C-I zoning
district pursuant to Section 34-342|1dl17i
' or the Jacksonville Beach Land Develop-
ment Code. in confunclion with Ihe Irans-
ier oi ownership The property is located
at 702 Soulh 3rd Sireel ITenani # 754).
,more specifically described as Lots 1. 2, 3.
10, t11 and 12, Block 74, Pablo Beach
South. (The Scooter Hut)
PC#33-06 Conditional Use approval of a
Type II Home Occupation n a Residential.
Multiple-Family 2: RM-2 zoning district
pursuant to Section ,34-340(d)(3) of the
Jacksonville ' Beach Land DeVelopment
Code. The property is located at' 1301
South 1st Street, more specifically descri-
bed as Ocean 14 Condominiums, Unit
908.
The above referenced applications are
available for review in the office of the
Planning and Development Department,
City Hail, 11 North 3rd Street, during nor-
mal business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm).

Planning Commission
City of Jacksonville Beach
NOTICE
If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Planning Commission with respect
to any rriatter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the .testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is to be
based.

The public is encouraged to speak on Is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
prior to the beginning of the meeting.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department
no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 10/25/06


PIANO LESSONS
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available
241-4954, 655-3300.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@ beachesleader corn


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Job placement assistance CALL AIM
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sociated Training Services. 5177 Homo-
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ATTEND COLLEGE online from home
Medical, Business, Paralegal, Computers.
Criminal Justice Job placement assis-
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waterTech.com.
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ers, Dump Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Ex-
cavators; National Certification. Job Place-
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P/T SITTER, regular-basis for weekdays, PREP COOKS, Pizza makers, Cashiers
occasionally weekends. References a and Servers. FT'& P/T. Apply at all Al's
m4st, 372-9633. , Pizza locations. ,


DRIVER- ACT NOW...Hiring OTR & Local
SDnvers "Eam $4.000 in bonuses your 1st
"year "New Equipment 'Premium Pay
package "No HazMat Required -Call
(877)882-6537-
COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra ,area,
PT/FT, afternoons & Saturday. Call 285-,
5644.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT. Cheerful,
energetic person inat can treat our pa-
lients like royalty, multi-task and keep
smiling Computer skills required 8.2 or 2-
8 shifts available Call Ponie Vedra Chiro-
practic Medicine & P.T 282-ACHE (2243).
NANNY NEEDED, PVB, requires light
nousework & reliable transportation to pick
,up toddler, from school, P/T '1'2pm-6pm
weekdays. 923-7796
PRESCHOOL SPORTS Coach. 15 hrs
per week. $15/hr. Must have experience
with kids. 904-881-7612 or email resume.
dordile@yahoo.com
DOG DAYCARE needs part-time help, 20-
30 hrs./wk. Exeprience with dogs. Fun jobi
Call for interivew, 270-8411.
BATHROOM TECHS
& CUSTODIAN
Self motivated, fast moving, flexible, multi-,
task person. Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable transportation a must.
6pm-10:30pm, or later Call Debbie after
2pm. 285-3400, ext 3352. DFWP
GOLF RETAIL/ Sales/ CSR. Pan-Time/
Full Time. Some travel possible. Hourly.
Cadaysnack Golt. Beaches Area. Fax
resume 279-0437 Email-
caadybhackflahatt.ne " " -


PERSONAL TRAINER. Marsh Landing
Country Club seeks a nationally accredit-
ed cerltihed personal trainer with expen-
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.
ASSISTANT FOR Physical Therapy.Will
train cheerful energetic person that can
treat our patients like royalty Call Ponte
Vedra Cr]lrbprachic Medicine & P.T.,
285-ACHE 12243)
WANTED. PART lime bookkeeper to re-.
view business documents Please send-
resume to 4600 Touchlon Rd. Suite 1150,
Jacksonville, FL 32246

Cashier, ,Fri. night wine party; wine knowl-
edge helpful; Mon.-Sat., counter/ kitchen;
273-4785.
HOUSEKEEPER FOR elderly apartment
building to care tor public areas flexible
I hours. Apply in person: Pablo Towers, 115:
South 3rd Street EOE.
CHURCH PARKING .ot attendant, Sun.
mornings, 9:45am-12:30pm; $27.50 per
shift, 710-8370.


JOIN OUR winning team at Julian LeCraw
& Co.i We are currently seeking a Part
Time Pool Attendant P orter (under 30
hours per week) to work at one of our
beautiful corido conversion projects in,
Ponte Vedra Beachl Flexible schedule;.
some Weekends required. This position
will Include passing out towels and chilled
water to homeowners, straightening chairs
hu the ponnl s.rhinn homeowners to and


UTILITY JOB Training Certification Train- from the beach an'd the golf course Inn-
Ing and Job Placement Program Train in leresled candidates should fax resume to
as little as 10 days Jobs Available NOWI 904-273-2552.
Contact, UTA 'at (918)225-0825 visit'
www.utasearch.com -. v WANTED, PART time attorney to review
__ _,a __ _ ... '_ _ . ' _ legal documents. Please send resume to
S' 'n . 4600 Touchton Rd, Suite 1150, Jackson-
i I U:i�IMtIiM M iNI :,i ville, FL 32246.


NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classltications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee Ads
for self-employmeni or business opportu-
nilies appear under the Business Opportu-
nilies category Ads which may require
payjnent ol fees for employment inlorma-
lion. guidance or Iraining may appear un-
der Job Service Should any Help Wanied
adveniser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify Tne Beaches
Leader. 249-9033


HOSTESSES WANTED, must be 16 or
older and, be able'io work weekends Top
wages Apply in person, Campeche Bay
Cantina, 127 1 st Ave. No., 249-3322


SOUS CHEF. SERVERS LINE Cook,
Dishwashers, Fine Dining. JJ's Bislro
Ponle Vedra. 273-7980. Gate. Parkway,
996-7557 S 1
LABORERS. PLUMBERS. Rooters. Scal-
told Ereciors. Carpenters. Skilled person-
nel Call 249-8147 or 726-5661


- ---- .�-_ I' DISHWASHERS
.. NURSES FULL-TIME, 1:30pm to 9:30pm in main
Weekends 7pm to 7am and every other dining room kitchen. Dependability and
weekend 7am to 7pm every Saturday punctuality a must. Excellent benefits and
and Sunday at a Premier Retirement great work environment. To apply: appli-
Community Health' Center. Applications cations available at Fleet Landing Security'
available at Fleet Landing Security Gate, Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
One Fleet Landing Blvd,, Atlantic Beach, Beach, FL 32233; Fax to (904)246-9447;
FL, Fax to (904)246-9447;, email to: email tojobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
lobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/ Drug-Free Drug-Free Workplace. .
MEDICAL ASSISTANT- Immediate open-
ing for fast paced internal medicine Office.
Must have 1 year, experience working
back office with physician. Competitive
salary & benefits. Call 241-8300 or fax.re-
sume: 241-0831.
NANNY NEEDED. Must travel w/family.
$750/wk. Experience required. 904-858-
3799.
LISTIN' WIKRISTAN
Office Manager
You will spend your day on the computer
and on the phone keeping the team on
schedule and transactions ready to pose
by utilizing Top Producer database man-
ager. Grow as our team grows, starting
salary $25K-$30K with bonus and bene-
fits. Candidate requirements Include: Ex-
tensive Computer skills: Word, Excel,
Publisher and contact management. Good
decision making skills Professional de-
meanor. Detail oriented. Very organized.
Positive attitude-mandatoryl Self-motivat-
ed. Proven track record. Great at prioritiz-
In tasks. Must enjoy working In a busy
office. Email resume, why you are inter-
ested in this job, references and salary
history to kmalin@comcast.net.


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 taught or a master's degree
with 18 graduate hours in the discipline
being taught is required. Classes will be
Held aboard, deployed US Navy ships.
Each teaching assignment is approx. 8
weeks. Contact Central Texas Col-
legeJohn Hunt. Fax: 757-440-5317. EEO.
ACTIVE NANNY needed, 35 flex hours in-
cludes Fri. or Sat. night, $12/hr., occasion-
al travel. (904)858-3799. . '
FRY COOKS and Grill Cooks needed for
Georgia/ Florida and ACC games. Call
249-8269 or 591-5175.
SERVERS, BARTENDERS. nostesses
needed: must be able to work min 3 days
a week. new restaurant opening in No-
vember,. apply in person al World Grill,
14471 Beach Blvd
AM COOK, 9-30am-1:30pm, Afternoon
Teacher, 3.6pm. for church pre-school ai
the beach Some experience required.
Dependable applicants only. 246-2891 lor
interview.
:KENNEL ASSISTANT needed for busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
ous kennel experience preferred. Apply in
person. Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
Beach Blvd . Jax Beach 246-2045.

DISHWASHERS, P/T
at Vicar's Landing (Ponte Vedra). Excel-
lent pay. Drug free workplace, EOE. Call
273-1734. .

SERVERS
PART-TIME evenings in our rain dining
room. Flexible schedule. Some "holidays
'and weekends necessary. Great work en-
vironment Applications at Fleet Landing,
Security Gate One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL, Fax to 1904)246-9447:
email to- jobs@fleetlanding.com Web-
site: Ileetlanding.com. EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace
HHA. CNA, & Companion Sitters wanted
for SS, ARL, Beaches areas Top Pay!
Apply @ 3515 Hendricks Ave. Underhill
Sta fing. Inc.f#HHA21206Q96. ,
TEACHER'S ASSISTANT NEEDED as a
Substitute or 1pm-6prti, M-F in Beaches
Pre-school Call 246-0433.


PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES Is
seeking an ADMIN. ASSISTANT. Must
have professional anitude with the ability
to prioritize, multi-lask. manage, delegate,
and career ambition Great opponunity for
high income with advancement and no
weekends. Call 207-7757 exi 215.
LINE COOKS AND DISHWASHERS.
Marsh Landing Country Club is hiring ex-
erienced line cooks and dishwashers.
excellent benefits for lull lime. Apply in
person Tuesday-Saturday Call 285-6514
lor directions. Drug teslrng:EOE
SERVERS. BARTENDERS, hostesses
needed for a new restaurant opening in
November. apply in person at World Grill.
14471 Beach Blvd
LIQUOR STORE Clerk. Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug lest and background check.
Call Roben @ 465-0149.


BOOKKEEPER & RECEPTIONIST need-
ed for Failn Based Office. FT 55 wpm, 2
yrs College required, QuickBks, Word. Ex-
cel. Rel. required. Fax resume 645-0067
or Ph 996-0070
MARINE ENGINEER , DDE mm req., St
Johns River Ferry Service; contact Fred
Bearley, 1904)241-9969 ext. 11, or Wayne
Toole 1904)241-9969 ex i 10.
RECEPTIONIST/ ADMIN., Ponle Vedra
Beach co seeks an individual with a
pleasant personality and professional arti-
tude. FT/ 8-5, M-F, duties include answer-
Ini the phone, customer service, and ad-
ministrative' wotk Experience in Woid, Ex-
cel, & OullooK. 36 months experience in
an office environment. Up to $32,000 in
benefits Fax resume 1904i280-2959 or e-
mald gnsso@cntre com. EOE


SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB: AM
& PM Line Cook. Weekends required. Pay
neg. with exp Fax 904-246-9121, email.
accounling@selvamarina.com, or apply in
person. DFWP


DIETARY SERVERS
A.M&P.M.,.F/T&P/T
DISHWASHERS, PfT
altVicar's Land.ng (Ponle Vedra). Compel-
ilive pay benefits, bonus and scniorship s
awarded annually. Drug tree workplacefi,
EOE. Call 273-1734. -. .


HOUSEKEEPERS MONDAY-FRIDAY.
Seeking responsible reliable individuals.
Must be bondaole. Serious inquines only.
Leave msg at 716-8824.
EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our leam! If you can excel al inside
sales & desire a last-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opponunity for you. You will join a Nation-
al company & work in Ponre Vedra Beach
Prefer candidate with experience in inside
sales, customer service, or lelemarkeling.
Excellent communication skills a must.
Abiliry to handle business accounts. Base
pay plus commissions FT/PT. no. eve-
.nings or weekends. Fax .resume:
(9041285-0010 or email:
jim @mediakids com
BEACHES CO. seeking computer literate
customer service oriented individual for
entry front office position. Call 246-9162,
ext.O# . # . . , . .. . ,
BEACHES CAR Wash- lull time help
needed, Wages negotiable. tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person. 1401 Beach Blvd.
RESTAURANT MANAGER/MAITRE D'.
Marsh Landing Country Club has full time
position available Salary plus commis-
sion based on experience. Excellent bene-
bits Apply in person Tuesday-Saturday.
Call 285-6514 for directions Drug
testing/EOE. : .


CUSTOMER SERVICE- Tired of spending
gas money to get to the city? Looking for
smaller office setting w/great benefits in-,
cluding profit sharing? Atlantic Beach ol-
flice. Minimum 3 yrs. A/R, / A/P, 3yrs. cus-
tomer service. Computer/Internet literate.
Looking for, self motivated, detail oriented
person. Job entails" purchase orders, data,
entry, coordination of drivers, warranty fil-
ings. price comparisons, general office
work. www Iransitpius.com Smoke free
office. Fax resume 221-2705. Specify po-
slion desired on lax


VETERINARY TECH needed tor high vol-
ume vet clinic Al least lyr experience re-
quired. Competitive salary, excellent ben-
efits. Fax resume to 246-3061 or call
246-2045 for more. info. Beaches Animal
Clinic, 937 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach."
SMALL FULL Service Landscape Compa-
ny now hiring for all field positions.: Call for
details'998-9677.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
TO THE CITY CLERK
City' of ,Atlantic Beach. Starting pay'
$14.09/hr.+benefits. Starting pay if CMC
designated is $15.37/hr.+benefits. Must
be Notary Public for State of FL or be able
to obtain within 6 mos. of hire. Must be,
,able to attend evening meetings and take
& transcribe minutes. Performs a variety
of detailed administrative/ secretarial
tasks. Applications accepted until
11/08/06 and may be obtained at
www.coab.us or 800 Seminole Rd., Atlan-
tic Beach, FL (904)247-5820. No smokers/
tobacco users. Drug testing conducted.
EOE.
GROUNDSKEEPER
FULL time Monday - Friday with excellent
benefits at Premier Retirement Communi-
ty.Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax resume to
(904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetleanding.com Website at
www.fleetlanding.com. EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace.
LA PETITE Academy seeks teachers.
Course work In child care preferred. For
immediate consideration, contact Natishia
L. Carter, 13957 Beach Blvd., Jackson-
ville, FL 32224, (904)223-3758, Fax
(904)223-5576, , E-mail:
Ipafjb@lpacorp.com. EOE M/F/DN


CORPORATE SAFETY DIRECTOR
needed for Industry Leading Auto Trans-
portation Company. We offer an excellent
pay & benefits package to qualified candi-
dates. Applicants must perform with con-
sistent accuracy and possess the ability to
manage crisis and emergency situations.
Extensive DOT background and experi-
ence with a proven track record Is essen-
� tial. Email Resume:
Inazworth@atclogistics.com


FT, HELP WANTED


Central Texas College- Mayport seeks
full-time Office Assistant. High school di-
ploma and a passing typing test are re-
quired. Must possess strong oral/ written
communication skills and the ability to
work independently, prioritize, multi-task
and meet deadlines. Computer literacy
and a valid driver's license with clean driv-
Ing record is required. Must be able to
pass a background check. Contact: Cen-
tral Texas College, Karl Jaeger, Fax: 904-
247-7670. karljaeger@ earthlink.net
EEO.
S SERVERS
FULL-TIME (Split Shift) in our main dining
room. Must be available weekends. Holi-
days a must. Great benefits and work en-
vironment. Applications at 'Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax-to (904)246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com Web-
site- fleetianaing.com EOE' Drug-Free
Workplace
BANQUET MANAGER. Marsh Landing
Country Club has full time position availa-
ble. Salary plus commission based on ex-
perience Excellent benefits . Apply in
person Tuesday-Saturday. Call 285-6514
for directions Drug tesilng/EOE.
DINING ROOM SERVERS & BANQUET
SERVERS. Marsh Landing Country Club
has lull time & part time positions availa-
ble Starting at $10,'nr. Excellent benefits
for FT,' Aopiy In person Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 for directions. Drug
tesllngiEOE.
DRIVER- Hiring qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida local and national OTR posl.'
lions. Food grade lanker. no hazmal. no
pumps. Great benefits. competitive pay
and new equipment Need 2 years expert.
ence Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today, (800)741-7950


ACROSS
1 Lid
4 Dickens
or Darwin:
abbr.
8 Break a
commandment
13 Muscle
quality
14 Stag
15 Operating
room sub-
stance, once
16 Numerical
prefix
17 Inner: pref.
18 Draws
close to
.19 Breakfast
22 Stroke
gently
23 Scouting
accessories
24 Not mine,
not his and
not hers
26 Take a
break
29 On the
. beach
32 Terrify
36 Gallup's'
specialty


38 Conception
39 Perry's
creator
40 Prices
41 Beaks
-42 Lean
.43 Uranium
and silver
44 Turn bad
45 "All_ I"
47 Terrain
feature
49 Word with
Nicene or
Apostles'
51 Suit fabrics
56 Words with
mode or
king
58 Breakfast
order
61 Fight
63 Open for
. discussion
64 Man's
nickname
65 Levels
66 Color
67 Behold;
Lat,
68 Burros
69 "The_
the limit!"


iE S 3TE, . II


TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re- TEAMS NEEDED Home weekly. Class A-
cord required Call April, 246-9999 CDL w, hazmal Top pay & Oenelits
- 1800)428-0678 www Armellini.com.


FRONT DESK- physician office. Expen-
ence required lor fast paced internal medi-
cine office. Answer phones, schedule ap-
pointmenms, collections etc immediate
opening, competitive salary & benefis
Call 241-8300 or fax resume 241-0831
OTR dnvers deserve more pay and more
hometimel $.48/m, - 1 year experience
More experience makes more! Home
weekends! Run our Flonrida Region' Hean-
land Express 1800)441-4953 www.nean-
landexpress com.
OFFICE CLEANERS needed lor cleaning
nightly Will Irain, mutt have Iransponalion
and phone. Call 273-2761.


NEED INTERIOR irim carpenters and
Shelters Dependable. own Iransponation
CaM 635-1395. .-- -- ----


FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
MANAGER in nolisic, niemal medical ol-
ice Full ,'part Time secretarial, ciencal,
and suppon of M.D - a unique seeing. Ex-
perience required in answenng phones,
computers communications and public-re-
lainons. Must be enthusiastic. dependable,
consistent. and an excellent match. Fax
resume witn references, no phone calls
please Persephone Healing Arts Center.
FAX (904)246-3778.
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN wanted, ex-
perience preferred, but willing to traifi nghl
person. Apply in person at 1210 N 3rd
St Jax Beach


EXPERIENCED FT nelp needed for kitch-
erElease .apply ai Gene's Seafood Res-
laurani 1249 Penman Rd


LVWN'iMi,-ie iN EA i -I n i ai i U. 'DN PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
experience necessary, will train Must oe a seeking an experienced SALES FLOOR
non-smoker while at work $8/hr to stlan MANAGER. Must have call center/ sales
more $ with expenence Call AAron management experience: Secunry and
861-7431. ... " Surveillance (SSI) preferred with
TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fri-. W I T mentality and work ethic Establish-
day. Call Bob 241-5311. ed slan-up company wdih big plans for
growth in marketing and sales rorce. bacili-
LINE COOKS needed, full time or part y expansion including brand expansion
lime Must be able to work weekends Top and industry identity. Professional wanted
wages Tired ot the chains' Come to work - to assist in sale's and marketing efforts
at a good, fun independent restaurant. Ap. Salary .commission *bonus and opponu-
ply in person. Campeche Bay Cantina. niy [or advancement, wilh no week-
127 1st Ave. No, 249-3322 ends Call 207-7757 ext. 215


DOG GROOMER, experienced, for very
busy beaches shop. Greal earning polen.
tial. great clients. 280-9696
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 net
DIRECT ORFOR child development cen-
ter serving ages 6 weeks to 5 years Musi
have Director's credentials and experi-
ence, excellent organization and people
skills Positive personality a must Beach-
es area. EOE. Email resume.
ToApply@comcast net
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILL
LUNCH and Dinner Servers. You make.
good money working with good people in
a busy waterfront restaurant. 285-0139


MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB
Full Time Goil Course Maintenance stall
Excellent benefits for FT include vacation,
sick. 401k, health benefits Apply in per-'
son Tues-Sat. call 285-6514 for
directions. Drug resl.ng/EOE
PROVIDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES is
seeking. expenenced SALES REPRE-
SENTATIVES for fast growing office with
new marketing campaigns and expansion
plans Musi have sales expenence with
strong work ethic and grest attitude. Ex-
cellent opportunity for flexible nours, top
pay. high commission with advancement/
management opponunity and no week-
ends Call 207-7757 exi 210.
SALES REPS, top pay. no wKds, inbound
inside sales flexible hrs.. advancement
opponunity, 730-2031 ext 210.


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3 Pie
ingredient
4 Dairy
product
5 Object
: with five
digits
6 _ Johnson
7 Smoker's
item
8 1990 event
9 American
Indian
.10 Ecstatic
11 Like the
Sahara.
12 Formerly
13 A-1
'20 In this
spot
21 Purposes
25 Scenic river
27 Box
28 .,pole,
30 Singer
McEntire
31 Like pie?


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32 Bristle
33 Nursery
item .
34 Distributes
35 Pave again
37 _ majesty
40 Western
event
44 Time of
day
46 Second
pitch
48 Standing
50 Wives of
barons -
52 Lawn, tool
53 Discharge
54 Reel
55 Pintail
, duck
56 Dog on
"The Thin
Man"
57 Luau wear
59 Hit
60 British
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SALE 80


PAINTERS, WORK at the. beach; $8-
14/hr., call Jeff, 728-8398.
LITTLE EXPLORERS' Preschool is now
hiring P/T and F/T Assistants and Substi-
tutes Expenence preferred' but not re-
quired Al employees are eligible for ben-
e, is Immediately Please apply in person
or call April at 241-7075.

ALL SHIFTS
Mornings
Afternoons
JEvenings
Full-Time
Eam $7-$12 per hour & cash bonuses
Telemarketing for newspapers nationwide.
246-5555

CNA
ASSISTED LIVING
FULL-T(me, 3pm-lpm al Premiere Re-
ilremeni Community. Excellent benefit
package, competitlllive wages, good work-
ing environment Applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gate. One Fleel
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL, Fax to
1904)246-9447 email lo jobs@fleetland-
Ing.com EOEJ Drug-Free Workplace


*BEACH DRIVERS*
. , Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, al least 23 yrs old.
S good driving record. Call 249 0360

ACTIVITY ASSISTANT
TEMPORARY FIT POSITION
6 week asignmenr to assist in HIealih Cen-
ler Activies Department, 40 hour week
wih some weekends required Experience
in long-term care environment preferred.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleel Landing Blvd..
Atlantic Beach. FL 32233 Fax to
(904)246-9447; Wesite- tieellanding.com
email lo: Jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace


CHIRO CLINIC seeks a motivated. pois-
ed, indlv. w/personaliry plus to serve as
Front Desk Assi. Heavy phones, dala en.
try, appoints and maintaining patient files.
Excellent interpersonal and communica-
. lion skills a must! Send resume to
pvbdr@bellsouth.net or tax 904-273-4607.
Approximately 35nrs per week
ADVEFiTISING, MARKETING ENTRY
LEVEL. Openings in growing marketing
firm for management position No expen-
ance necessary. $28K-$40K Call Audrey
904-854-9988
LAWN CARE Technician needed for
Beacn company No experience required.
3 $30K* 1sl yr or lop performers earn
$40K. Benefits. retirement. Drug tree
workplace Full training provided Call
241-7874


NOTICE TO REAPERS
WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity
ads which require you to pay a fee to get
Information or that refer you to 976-or 900-
phone ,numbers which will result In sub-
stantial charges to your phone b111i, Ine
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
of offerings in'this classification. If any ad-
vertiser requires you to incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a fee to learn the na-
ture of the opportunity, please report it to
The Beaches Leader,, 249-9033: '.

ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, free candy All
for $9995. (888)629-9968 B02000033.
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gy DrinksmTool All Brands Professional
Equipment, Professional Support Financ-
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cal B0#2002-037


LEARN TO buy Foreclosures. lax liens
and rehabs lor pennies on me dollar. Men-
tor walks you through each deal A-Z to en-
sure success 1800)433-4556.



ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
transportation & references $10-$12.'nr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. PT or F,T
260-4915
OPENINGS FOR 1 -3yrs old. Full or pan
time. Good hours. Refs. Call 220-7493.


CAREGIVER/ COMPANION. Ligni clean-
ing, cooking, errands, bill paying, organiz-
er secrearial. etc Part -time only. 30
years exp., 318-9216


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AL MERRICK Flyer surf board, must see, CLOTHING SALE: tunKy laoiles/ juniors
must sell; SCS included $360 OBO, 735- size 1-5; shoes 6-7, new and gently used.
3163. ' Satonly, 12-4pm; 1414 9th St. No:


1850'S PENNSYLVANIA' Corner C u-
board, a true handcrafted gem. Mint con-
dition. Hand-hewn open top shelves with
plate racks.'Bottom cupboard, dark honey
wood.,$1250, Sawgrass.. (904)280-2783.
HEART PINE T & G flooring cut locally
from antique, Pine timbers. Large quantity
w! incredible dark patina. Lic "ST5903
Florida Heartwood 249.8310


AUCTION. NOVEMBER 4 10am Sylva.
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acres. Prop 2-52+ - scres - divided Row.
ell Auchions Inc 18001323 8388. 10 %
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lered in Parcels. Pond. Two Creeks, Tim-
ber. Pasiure land. Widiale and Equipment
1866j300 7653
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ESTATE AUCTION Nov 3. 10m 487x'-
acres -divided Nov 4. 10am, brn.:k home &
personal property Rowell Auctions. Inc
8001323-8386. 13 . bu,/er-(. premium
GAL AU-C002594 www rowellauclions
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IF YOU are inioiesled in advenising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail class iied. beacresleader.com


TWO FAMILY 2aie on Oct 28 & 29.
8.30am-lpm, 2607 America Avenue


IF YOU are Interested In advertising under CHILDREN S CLOTHES loys, baby
this category please call 904-249-9033 or ilems. hou1seold.m rrsc, Sat. 10,28 8am-
email: classilied@beachesleader.com 1pm 12104minAve Nio Jax Bch.
COMPANION SITTING or child care, OCEAN CAY Sarur'lay. 8arn-tlam
housekeeping and more. PVB referen- Oueen bedroom set. dishes baskels.
ces 534-.3732. , frames, toys. Strollers, housriold Items
_ _____________and morel 607 Bonaire Circle
ELDERLY COMPANION/ Assistant. avail-
able Mon- Fii 12yrs exp Rels upon
request. 246-8387. K


REMODELING SALE Sawgrass. 904-
333-6301. Excellent sola, neutral. Traver-
line coffee table, sunroom furnilure, an-
work
METAL ROOFING, Save $ Buy direct
Irom manufacturer. 20 colors in sock with
all accessories. Ouick turn around. Deliv.
ery available. Toll tree (888)393-0335.
MAYTAG PRO-FORMA washer/ dryer,
$400 OBO. 859-7900.
NORITAKE CHINA Set Call 246-7371 lor
details


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


FALL SALE DAYNA'S ANTIQUES.
10-6pm Wed thru Sat.. Beach Blvd. & 11th
(next to Subway;. Dealer #28. 10.30�o off.
French Country mantel, bookcases. dl.
nette & dressers. Plus, set leather barrel
chairs mirrors. lignlrig & paintings.-
249-1771
SAT.10,'28 8am 442 10m Ave So. Frig-
Idaire bridge furniture & n ousenold.
CHRISTMAS. FURNITURE, Kayak S
misc. Saturday. 8:30-until. 1091 Osceola
Ave



LARGE FAMILY GARAGE SALE. 119
Bowles SI. Saturday, 8am-2pm Kids
toys books and games Clothes men's,
women's, gifls. Ralpr Lauren. Gap and
more Hats, lies. and ions of i-snirts Golf
clothing, clubs and bags Travel bags
kitcnen slurl. computer items. laser discs,
electronics and much more
SATURDAY. 9AM, 625 Oleander Ct
Cleaning garage Tile-top able w -4 chairs
Tiffany light, shampoo chair, manicure
cnair. lots or knick-knacks. New dumping
lawn can Come seel


SATURDAY, 10/28. 8am-2pm, 73 Garden
Court. Computer, TV,. lawnmower, knives
and swords, inflatable bed Too much to
list. 241-0585.
SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM. 392 41h St. cor-
ner of 4th SI & Sherry Drive. Misc house.
'hold Items, clothing, books, brand new.
lichen sink



PABLO BAY community sale Saturday
10*28. 8am-12pm, San Pablo North o01
Mayo clinic
MOVING SALE. Oct 28. 8am-3pm. 13865
Deer Chase Place iPablo Bayi
MULTI-FAMILY, SATURDAY, 8am 12pm,
Pelican Bay Court. Lois of misc.


SATURDAY, 8AM-?, 366 East Prindle Dr.,
(off Atlantic, Joeandy. & Hodges), turn be-
tween Starbucks & Walgreen. Third Sub
on right, Arbor Pointe. Decorator items,
floral, digital cameras, dream cast ,&
games, furniture & lots more.
SATURDAY, 8AM-NOON, 3419 Wash-
burn Rd. Household, tools, and more.
HOLIDAY HARBOR off San Pablo. Satur-
day, 8am-3pm., 2445 Captain Hook Drive.
Tools, ciloies ioy. 2 bird cages. lots of
misc items Proceeds go to0 he Children
Tumor Foundalion.
MOVING SALEI House full of furniture for
all rooms & linens. 4128. Tradewinds Dr.
Thurs- Sun,! 8,12.


12 FOOT ocean kavak ilileguard sP/le) w/
seat, paddle & pole holder $400, 755-
6461.
40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
bortown Marina. S164K. 463-2845.
MAXUM 2000 FR2. excellent, condition.
skis included Asking $14,900. valued @
$17.000 `9041613 5854.
60 BOAT Slip Haroonowne @ Mira Visia.
$185,000 241.0267
BOAT STORAGE .inri PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com
17 FOOT Gruman aluminum canoe Cood
condition. $250, 241-7853.
BOAT SLIP For Rent. Harbornown Marina.
40' with waler & elaciric $500. 463-2845



2005 HARLEY Sporlster Custom 1200.
$9500 247=1042
1994 HONDA CR125 new excel rims.
new moose, pro taper handle bars. runs
greal, plus racing gear $950, 207-3485
1982 HONDA CB750. 24.600 mi. looks.
runs great $1800 OBO, 894-8121


1999 F 350 Dc.ole Crew Cab. Lariat pkg.
loaded, 7.5 tuiro diesel Very nice
$15.000 OBO 307-7611.


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SEASONED FIREWOOD. Beach Boys BEACHES HUMIc bSEHvItU5 ai-ntng.
759-1612 Free Delivery! tree estimates work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768.
WYMAN'S PAINTING and PRESSURE
S .I , 'WASHING COMPANY. 15yrs experi-
ence. Soecializina in Beach homes.


1990 FORD Bronco, full-size, newly rebuilt
engine, needs work. $950 OBO 992-6715.
03 GMC Sherard custom van, 50,000 ml.
factory warranty, 15 seats, 36,000 mi.,
bronze, $18,500 OBO, contact Brian at
356-0731..
1987 FORD Ranger Ext. cab, V-6, solid
body, doesn't run, $650, 24777849



1967 CADILLAC Coup Deville Converti-
ble. See pictures in web: http://home-
page.mac.com/purduejim/PhotoAlbum4.ht
ml Serrous orders only. Jim 249-4292.
TOYOTA COROLLA, '97; loaded, runs
great, new tires, $3000, 910-7737.
1990 DODGE Van, equipped for the disa-
bled. Lift, hand-controls, good condition.
Low miles. ,$2500 OBO. 241-0585. .
1995 TOYOTA Camry, power windows/
doors & mirrors, great shape. 246-6820.
2000 RED Dodge Inriepid excellent con-
dilion. 74.,000 mi . aulo 4-1900 687-7463
2003 WHITE Volvo S 80 excellent condi-
tion. 64.000 mi sun rool Saui. S19.000
687-"463
1992 OLDS 98 Regency, 2 owners, excel-
lent condition, 76,000 miles, 25mpg., air-
bag, ABS. $3300 negcltiabie 608-2418.
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HOME IMPROVEMENTS Paining. ilcor.
ing. drywall. eic No lob 100 small or i.:.o
big Free estirriates. Licensed and ,nsureo
Call Brad at 904-962-6782


COMPUTER PROBLEMS? Microsoh cer-
tilied 15 years experience House calls.
Relerences. Call Mark - (1904)553-2343


MEMEMAMMI


PERSCHEL & MEYER PEST MGMT.
We service thousands of beach residents



WINTER'S ON the way! Be ready Seas-
oned firewood, cords & hall cords availa-
ole, with free delivery Call 334-3157.

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QUALITY HOME Repair. Pairing, Wood
Repair. Pressure Washing and more
17yrs. experience Licernsedl Insured
861-9500.
C&J REPAIR Services. Carpenlry, Dry-
wall. Painting Paperhangirig. Tilngg, etc
Licensed. Insured 955-0593. 241-1461


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REFRIGERATOR, KENMORE, white, like
new $95. Gas Range, Gibson, almond
$65. 247-4410.


EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN, reasonable
rales, quality work. Call George 757-1570


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WELL-DONE CLEANING and. Repairs
Services. Do you heed your home or of-
fice cleaned or repaired? Please call
(9041327-8658


CRISTAL CLEANING, reasonable prices
and efficer.I Mon Ihrougr Frir 9am-
5pm, 380-0387


EXQUISITE CLEANING SERVICE. Resi-
dential maid serviceto meet your needs.
Starting our 6th year. 280-5339.



ANOMOTEC. QUALITY Electrical Serv-
ices. Free estimates for repair/ installation.
Comm/Res. Standby generators and
transfer switches. All electrical needs.
Visa/MC. 343-5535. Great rates


PALM TREES, Hedges Trimmed, Yard
Clean-ups, Mulching; Sodding, whatever it
takes, etc. Dave 249-4724.
SHOW ME LAWN SERVICE, INC Call
Pam 742-7769.
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301


DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks, ex-
posed, river rock, demolition, '& room addi-
tions RK Ballard Construction. Inc Calii
Chuck. 874-6692.


OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe roof cleaning. Deck & fence
restoration. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin , 994-0045.


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Beach 25yrs. experience. 880-9908.
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SENATORS: Eyeing Thursday showdown against Ed White


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


Continued from page BI
the week before.
The Senators have faced a
number of playoff-caliber
teams this season, so Whitfe
won't be any tougher to get up
for.
To win, Fletcher must do two
things well: Stop the run and
score points.
"We cannot get driven off
the ball, and our linebackers
have to make plays" added
Reynolds, whose defense has
taken its lumps against some of
the city's best running teams.
"We have to get pad under
pad. And our secondary has to
stop them on third down,
which is something we didn't
do last year."
White snapped Fletcher's
seven-year playoff streak last
season with a 42-35 shootout
wi n.
White running back Eric
Baker rushed for 234 yards, but
the Commanders sprinkled in
enough pass plays (4 of 7 for
78 yards to keep Fletcher
guessing on defense.
"Ed White is probably the
best team in town," added Josh
Corey, Fletcher's assistant head
coach.
"They definitely have the
best running game and
arguably the best back in Baker
ui,550 yards, 20 TDS). We
know we have to score points
and respond when the chips
are down.
"They have a great run
defense. You can't run it down
their throats. The teams that
have had success against them
[Raines, Bartram and Parker]
have been able to throw it."
That bodes well for the
Senators, who sport a potent
pass-catch combo in quarter-


back Marty McCann and split
end Lamar Scruggs.
Fletcher will have to spread
White out by formation to
open up running lanes for its
tail-b-ack-kby- co m mit tee
approach.
Eight different backs
touched the ball against
Paxon, but leading rusher
Deschion Baskerville 1724
yards) re-injured an ankle last
week and may not be 100 per-
cent by Thursday.
That means power back Troy
Guidry (421) and up-and-
comer Jason Kelly (262) will
have to carry the load.
"It's taken so long for us to
find our identity on offense,"
said Corey, whose team has
scored 72 points in its last two
outings.
"This will be one of those
defining games that the kids
will remember. White is as 'W:
good as It gets."
Even though the sweet taste
of victory has been fleeting at
Fletcher this season, the
Senators are still showing an
eagerness to practice and co-rn i"
pete.
"You would think we were 4- .",' . '
2 or something," Reynolds said ' .... ..
about his team of mostly N,, 1,
underclassmen. r..,,
Added 'Corey: "They are . * "''
going to give everything they
have until Week 10."
PnFroi, b, ROB D.�IIGEL)
ABOVE: A gang of Senators tacklers including Lacy McDougald
(13), Troy Guidry (31) and Johnnie O'Hara (3) takes down Paxon
quarterback David Lee during last Friday night's game at Jack
Taylor Stadium.
BELOW: Fletcher's Johnnie O'Hara (3) wraps up an Eagles
receiver.
RIGHT: Senators defenders force Paxon back-up QB Eric Apple
to fumble during second quarter action.


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