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Title: The Beaches leader
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Beach Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 2006
Frequency: semiweekly[<1991>-]
weekly[ former <1982>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Mayport (Jacksonville, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Atlantic Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Neptune Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville Beach
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Mayport
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Atlantic Beach
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Neptune Beach
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Ponte Vedra Beach
Coordinates: 30.2965638 x -81.397735 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: 29th year, no. 4 (July 10, 1991).
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Vol. 44, No. 41 Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach,


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WEEKEND EDITION
NOVEMBER 10, 2006





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Legislators

to hear ferry

funds request

on Monday

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
A committee dedicated to saving
the Mayport Ferry will ask the
Duval County legislative delega-
tion Monday for financial support.
Earlier this week, the Jacksonville
Beach City Council approved a res-
olution in support of funding for
the ferry. Neptune Beach officials
approved a similar measure
Monday and Atlantic Beach also
plans to show its support.
Jacksonville City Councilor
Elaine Brown told the Jacksonville
beach council that the county is
committed to preserving the ferry
and understands its importance to
commerce and economic develop-
ment.
Brown and fellow councilors Art
Graham and Warren Alvarez are all
part of a committee working to
save the ferry.
The committee will meet with
the Duval County legislative dele-
gation at 2 p.m. in lacksonville
City Council chambers.

See FERRY, A-3



JB runoff is on

December 5

There will be a runoff Dec. 5 in
lacksonville Beach for Seat- Four--
on the city council.
Steve Hartkemever will face
Scott Chesnut in the runoff, after
neither failed Tuesday to gain the
50 percent plus one vote needed
to win the election outright.
According to general election
final results, posted shortly before
3 a.m. Wednesday, Hartkemeyer
earned 929 votes, collecting 47.84
percent of the votes cast. Chesnut
got 681 votes for 35.07 percent
and Skip Smith got 332 votes for
17.10 percent.
In the Seat 6 race, Tom Taylor
with 1,451 votes defeated political
veteran Bennie Furlong with 986
votes, collecting 59.54 percent of
the votes cast to Furlong's 40.46
percent.
In the Atlantic Beach referen-
dum on whether to amend the
city charter to restrict building
height to 35 feet, 69.72 percent of
voters favored the limit, while
30.28 percent opposed the
change.


CORRECTION:
A Neptune Beach City Councilor's
proposal to hold a private council
meeting on Wal-Mart without the
public in attendance was for a legal
strategy meeting to be held in
advance of a Nov. 30 special magis-
trate's hearing.
A councilor's proposal to hold a
"shade meeting," closed to the pub-
lic, was not for the actual hearing, as
reported in the Nov. 8 issue, but for
a meeting between the council and
its attorney beforehand. No private
legal strategy sessions will be held,
per the city attorney's advice, as the
city is not currently party to any lit-
igation in connection with rebuff-
ing Wal-Mart's request to build in
the city.

JB talks fair share
FROM STAFF .
The Jacksonville Beach Planning
Commission will hold a public hear-
ing at 7 p.m. Monday to consider a
new ordinance requmng developers
to contribute a "fair share" toward
transportation improvements before
building.
The "Proportionate Fair Share" leg-
islation is mandated by the state.


Photo by Alexander Kummemes -
Karey Cobb and her daughter Kaya, 1, investigate a rock garden during a Thursday morning stroll in
Neptune Beach for mom's coffee. The two were enjoying the blue skies and cool breezes.




Councilman Mittleman to aim at

finding solutions to JB's transients


..,,LlzA Kil'ttflfeLL
STAFF WRITER
A Vietnam veteran and retired
sheriff's major aims to bring a
fresh approach to transient man-
agement when he officially joins
the Jacksonville Beach City
Council.
Peter "Pete" Mittleman, 59, will
be sworn into office Nov. 13 with
the winners in the Seat 4 and 6
races assuming no runoff in the
Seat 6 race. He was the lone can-
didate in the race for seat 5 after
his two other opponents withdrew
prior to election day.
"I have fresh ideas and a fresh
way of looking at things," he said.
"But we need cooperation to make
things better."
With a 36-year career in law
enforcement and a lengthy tenure
on the board of directors for the
Emergency Service and Homeless
Coalition and the I.M. Sulzbacher
Center, Mittleman said he is sym-
pathetic to the demands on the


Peter Mittleman
police department as well as the
hardships faced by the transient
population.
"I have a very soft place in my
heart for all of humanity. I got
involved with the problems so I
could figure out how to address
them," he said. "We, as human


beings. want to pro-xide everything
possible to help out another per-
son. But we don't have to give up
our rights for those who don't
want to respect them."
Mittleman said he hopes to use
his position on the City Council as
a tool to help the police depart-
ment and the Mission House more
effectively manage the city's tran-
sient problem by helping the
homeless population improve
their lives.
"There is nothing wrong with
being homeless. It's all the other
manifestations that come with it,"
he said of the aggressive panhan-
dling and other lifestyle crimes
perpetuated by many in the tran-
sient community.
"We don't have to put up with
it. There is nothing that says we
have to accept that as our quality
of life in Jacksonville Beach."


See NMITTLEMAN, A-3


Ideas for


library


sought

FROM STAFF
Anyone with ideas' about possible library
services will get the chance to share them with
the Friends of the Beaches Branch Library dur-
ing the group's annual meeting Nov. 16.
A presentation is planned on developing the
strategic plan for the next five years. The pre-
senters will ask for audience responses on what
the library's emphasis should be for services at
the Beach.
Those presenting will include Barbara
Gubbin, director of the Jacksonville Public
Library system, and Phyllis Tousey and Mark
Wood, who serve on the board as representa-
tives from the Beaches area.
"With an invitation to make tracks to the
Beaches Branch Library on Nov. 16,. members
and interested persons are encouraged to attend
and participate in the event," according to
Wendy Warner, president of Friends of the
Beaches Branch Library.
The Annual Meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with
a brief ceremony for the installation of officers
and board of directors for the upcoming year.
Second on the agenda is the planning session
which is scheduled for 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the
Eloise Claiborne Room at the Neptune Beach
Branch Library, 600 Third Street, Neptune
Beach.


Tardy election

tallies conflict

with JB charter

by KATHLEEN BAILEY
'EDITOR
Under the existing city charter, Jacksonville
Beach could one day swear in a drcty council
member who did not win the election once
final returns are official.
That possibility exists, officials acknowledge,
as there is a conflict between the current city
charter and the time it takes for the county elec-
tions office to certify official results to the city.
The charter states that the council will swear
in the new members the day after Election Day.
"On the first day following each regular
municipal election, the council shall meet at
the usual place for holding its meetings and the
mayor and newly elected members shall assume
the duties of office," states section six of the
Jacksonville Beach City Charter.
These days, with it taking hours and, some-
times, days to tally final election results, the
county cannot get official results to the city
See CHARTER, A-3


Proponents of JB gun range aim to complete work soon


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Improvements to a pistol range
in south Jacksonville Beach are
ongoing and a private club is now
accepting members interested in
target shooting.
The range, formerly operated by
the Fraternal Order of Police, was
tentatively scheduled to reopen
before the end of the year but that
date has been pushed back until
February or March, organizers said.
The range is located near the
Fraternal Order of Police lodge at 1
Sawgrass Road, located south of
Butler Boulevard and west of The
Greens Way condominiums. The
FOP operated the range until 1997.
Sawgrass Sport Shooting
Association (SSSA), a private group
fornied in 2000 and using a set of.
bylaws approved by the NRA, is
overseeing the current work on
the shooting range.
The group has ties to the FOP,
which secured the building per-
mits for the range in the spring of
2004 after a four-year court battle,
according to SSSA member and
former Jacksonville Beach police


Some people would com-
plain if you put an Olympic
swimming in and offered it
free to the community
Pa ! Si'.';fi
&Fn 'ango Dlub mrmibe,

chief Paul Brown.
The SSSA recently received a
$10,000 grant from the National
Rifle Association to renovate the
shooting range.
Brown said SSSA members are
working to install the final safety,
measures required by the NRA to
operate but $15,000 more is need-
ed to complete the project.
"We started a half a million dol-
lar project with no money," Brown
said. "When you push full speed
ahead with no money it doesn't go
anywhere."
Brown said SSSA members have
poured the concrete but still need
to install steel trusses to support
safety baffles.
"We've put in new earth berms
and are putting baffles over the


entire range so projectiles can't get
out," Brown said. "It will make it
safer and quieter."
To help offset construction
costs, Brown said the group is
offering a lifetime charter mem-
bership to" new members for
$1,000.
"WVe've accomplished a huge
percentage of the job," said Brown.
"We hit a big snag when the city
shut us down but we've got that all
behind us now. We're on our way."
Brown said this week he is confi-
dent that the facility will be an
asset to the community.
Brown said he has no way of
knowing what type of impact the
shooting range will have on adja-
cent properties because there were
no buildings nearby when the FOP
Lodge was constructed.
"I'm not sure what kind of
impact it's going to have," he said.
"People are going to complain.
Some people would complain if
you put an Olympic swirhming
pool in and offered it free to the
community." ,

See GUN RANGE, A-3


PhooI by LIZA MrCHEU.LL
Opponents of a shooting range in south
Jacksonville Beach are concerned about the
environmental impact. The 36-acre property
is primarily wetlands.


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Religion ...............A-8 Sports...................A-9 BEACHE 4EAD ER
Showtimes ...........B-4 Weather...................A-2
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THE
BEACHES LEADER
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Friday
Mostly Sunny
High: 76 Low: 60
Saturday
Partly Cloudy
High: 76 Low: 62

Sunday
Mostly Sunny
High: 71 Low: 59

Monday
Partly Cloudy
High: 73 Low: 64

Tuesday
Partly Cloudy '
High: 73 Low: 62,


Day High Low
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Thursday 81 59
.Friday 64 47
Saturday -69 43
Sunday 71 51
Monday 77 61
Tuesday 74 62


At the lighthouse iret.) Steven Murray of the
A Veterans Day ceremony Florida Department of
will be held Saturday at the Veterans' Affairs. There will
St. Augustine Lighthouse to be equipment displays and
honor those who have exhibitions from 9:30 a.m.
defended the nation. The cer- until 3 p.m. as well as living
emonv begins at 5:30 p.m. history presentations featur-
with the presentation of the ing American soldiers from
flag by the 169th Color Guard .the Revolutionary War
Team. The featured speaker through Desert Storm. The
will be Captain Dan Hill, U.S. Castillo de San Marcos is
Army (ret.), the recipient of located on St. Augustine's
numerous decorations for gal- bayfront.
lantry including the Silver
Star, five Bronze Stars and the
Rurple Heait.,Jn addition, the USO
Lighthouse .will hono, a-.- 'Te- Mayport-b1bsed rISO
Gus Nordstrum, Li.S. Marie will hold a Veterans Day din-
Corps iret.i and Col. Howard ner from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
McGillin Sr., U.S. Army iret). today, Friday, at the Bethelite
'Refreshments will be served. Conference Center, 5865
Admission to the event is Arlington Expressway,
free, but reservations are Jacksonville. The cost is $25
required. To reserve a place, per person or $40 per couple.
call Paul Wenglowsky at Guest speaker will be Cmdr.
829.0745. Walter M. Brown, Jr.,
SChaplain Corps,- U.S. Navy
(Ret'. Tickets can be obtained
St. Johns celebration through Paul Nix at
A Veterans Day celebration Paul25Navy'@aol.com.


will be held Saturday at the
Castillo de San Marcos. The
event begins at, 11 a.m. with a
"Massing of the Colors" fol-
lowed by a speech by Lt. 'Col.


American Legion:,
Ocean Beaches American
:Legion Post 129, 1151 4th St.


Last
11/12


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Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday.
Thursday


New
11/20


Rainfall
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0.00"
0.05"
0.00"
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Sunrise
6:47 a.m.
6:47 a.m.
6:48 a.m.
6:49 a.m.
'6:50 a.m.
6:51 a.m.
6:52 a.m.


Rainfall for the week ............................0.10"
Normal Rainfall for the Week* ................0.56"
Departure from Normal for the Week ...-0.46"

Rainfall for the Year .........................34.32"
Normal Rainfall for the Year* ............48.04"
Departure from Normal for the Year ...-13.72"
* Normals for Jacksonville Beach


Sunset
5:32 p.m.
5.31 p.m.
5:3.1 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.'
5:29 p.m.
5:29 p.m.


S., Jacksonville Beach, will
observe Veterans Day with an
Open House and ceremonies
at 1 p.m. Saturday. A dinner
will follow; covered dishes are
requested. All members,
guests, veterans, active duty
military and their families,
and the public are invited. For
information, call 249-2266.

PV program set
Ponte Vedra .' Valley
Cemetery holds its traditional
Veterans Day NMemort kl
Ceremony at 10:30. a.m.
Saturday.
The entrance procession
will be headed by the
Northeast Chapter of the
Southern Cruisers Riding
Club and feature the Riderless
Horse, led by Nease High
School NJROTC Cadet Marina
Petrova. Bill Sloan plays the
Scottish Bagpipes as part of
the procession.
Louis Edwards Jr., who
served four years in the U.S.
Army Air Corps and was dis-
charged as a staff sergeant,
will be the' guest speaker.
American Legion officer and
VF\V lifetime member Ric


Make sure gifts go to rea charities


Consumers should take time
to investigate how a charity
spends its money to make sure
donations are being spent pru-'
dently, state Consumer Ser'ices
Commissioner Charles Bronson ,
said this week.
The holiday season kicks off
one of the busiest times of the
year. for charitable organiza-
tions, many collecting about
half,'their annual donations
between Thanksgiving and New
Year's Day.
"The number of charities and
professional solicitors located or
doing business in Florida con-
tinues to rise every year, with
more than 11,600) registered&
with the Department in 2006,"
Bronson said. "With so many
organizations vying for con-
sumers' money, it's important
that consumers make sure a,
charity is following the law."
Most charities must register
with the department and pro-.
vide financial information
about income and expendi-
tures. Charities must disclose
how much they have raised,

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how much is spent on adminis- .
trative costs including salaries,
how much goes toward
fundraising and the amount
spent on the charitable purpose.
Bronson's department makes
that financial information avail-
able.
When deciding whether to,
donate to an organization:
* Don't judge an organization
based on an impressive-sound-!
ing name. Find out what it actu-
ally does. , ,,
* Be wary .of emotional
appeals .and organizations that
have .only yague plans .for
spending the funds they collect.
* Never give cash. Write a'
check payable only to an organ-
ization - not an individual.
* Be wary of organizations
that offer to send a "runner" to


pick up your donation.
Reputable charities are willing
to wait for your contribution.
* Consumers have the right
to, ask for an organization's
financial report and its federal
tax identification number,, the
latter of which you'll need to
claim your contribution as a tax
deduction.
* Do not donate over the
phone.
* Ask the organization to send
you 'written information about
its activities. . .
Up-to-date information is
available by visiting
http://www.800helpfla.com
and clicking on Gift Givers'
'Guide in the left-hand column.
Consumers can call 1-800-
.IELPFLA (1-800-435-7352).


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Moonrise Moonset
10:19 p.m.;.12:02 p.m..
11:19 p.m. 12:42 p.m.
No Rise 1:16 p.m.
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Smith Sr. will offer a special
recognition.
The ceremony will con-
clude with a salute fired by a
Florida National Guard Firing
Squad and Taps played by
Clifford Newton and Paul
Dobson.

AB program set
Fleet Reserve Association
Branch 290, 390- Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach, hosts a
Veterans Day ceremony at 11
a.m,,ja[turday ifndroQJntU',J,9, .
Vqetrans . \ValL,.LBRt,BeaG-.eF
Memorial Park. The park is-
located at 1500-1 Main St.,
Atlantic Beach.'
John Meserve, .U.S. Na%'vy
Capt. iRet.), former mayor of
Atlantic Beach and current
'Executive Director and CEO
.,of Fleet Landing, will be guest
speaker..
' The ceremony. is* open to
the public. For information,
call 246-6855.

Veterans of
Foreign Wars
Greater Beaches VFW Post
3270 will honor all veteiains
with an Open House and
Veterans Day ceremonies, fol-
lowed by a' grilled chicken
and rib dinner for a $7 dona-


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Ferry:

Cont. from A-1
"I look forward to presenting a case to them
that they would not be able to turn down," Brown
said. "I think they should take it back over. That's
where we will start and if we have to go to plan B
I guarantee we will be working on that too."
Both the Amelia island Tourist Development
Council and Chamber of Commerce have drafted
resolutions in support. '
The city of Jacksonville assumed responsibility
for funding and maintenance of the ferry from
the state.
"I think that we have an obligation to continue
so many of the great efforts that have been accom-
plished by the ferry," Brown said.
"I think that the impact it would have on our.
three Beaches if everyone went over to the Dames
Point and 9A would certainly be felt economical-
ly."
Brown said the ridership began to plummet
three years ago during a particularly.active hurri-
cane season.
"I have a commitment' from the Convention
and Visitors Bureau and they will be working with
Nassau County to promote ridership," she said.
"That is something we,have never done. I think
that we, all three cities, ought to take that serious-
ly to encourage the restaurants and hotels'to be a
part in.promoting that."
. 'Brown said there are very few ferries still in
operation and the Mayport ferry is one of only
three existing in the state of Florida.


Jacksonville Beach City Councilor Lee Buck said
when he was a high school football player, the
team used the ferry to travel to games in
Femandina Beach.
"It's historic," he said. "It's something that has
been a part of our lifestyle."
Brown said losing the ferry would send an eco-
nomic aftershock throughout the Mayport com-
munity where redevelopment is about to peak.
"It's very simple. Mayport is about to just boom.
I think it is going to be a real asset to the econo-
my in the area," she said. "Mayport would dry up
and go away without the ferry."
The impact on the U.S. Coast Guard and the
U.S. Navy would also be hard because using the
ferry to retrieve parts from Atlantic Marine cuts
down on travel time and fuel.
"To go 26 'miles is something that I think is a
hardship," Brown said. "It is.certainly not the
nicest way to say how much we appreciate them."
Brown said the tourism industry would take a
direct hit without the ferry because it is a strong
draw for visitors to the area.
New construction along Blount Island faces a
pinch with the addition of 4,500 more jobs with
less available transportation.
"All modes of transportation are absolutely nec-
essary to feed people to the other side of the river,"
she said.. "Business has to be conducted on both
sides. It is a great way for the commerce of the city
to move and it is a great way for visitors to enjoy
the city. This is a battle that we can win."


SPhoto by Kathy Moore
Author and surfing legend Shaun Tomson meets with Sergio Cavalcante at Tomson's book signing
at Twisted Sisters Wednesday night.


Mittleman:


, Cont. from A-L -
Mittleman said while gen-
cies such as the Mission House
are "necessary to provide sertic-.
es to those who need it," they
should also "have to pitch in to
create restrictive measures.".
* Business owners must also
present a united front against
transient behavior, particularly
on private property..,
"They' must be consistent and
let them know that we don't
Want this kind of behavior and
give police the authority to han-
dle the situation," he said. "It's
got to be voluntary. We can't
legislate some of these things."
During his time with the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office,
Mittleman established the
.'Riverfront Enhancement Area
on downtown property along
the St. Johns River where camp-
ing and begging were prohibit-
ed.
As a member of the City
Council, he said he will be inter-
ested in introducing similar leg-
islation'and hopes to gain the


support of Police Chief Bruce
Thomason and his fellow coun-
cilors.
I"Fm not saying we can get
[the homeless problem] to go
away but there are ways to con-
trol the problem so people who
aren't homeless don't have to be
victimized," he said. "I feel pret-
ty confident that I can help."
Mittleman said he regularly
attends Planning Commission,
City Council and Code
,Enforcement meetings to gain a,
better understanding of the,
issues facing the community.
He has also poured over the
city's Comprehensive Plan and'
Land Development Code and
already has- some ideas about
.how to better streamline the
city's planning process and long
term growth management
goals.
"There doesn't seem to bea
master point that shows how
projects are going to come.
together and affect other areas
in town," he said. "1I would like
to look into that process to


ensure we are doing that e
time, not just in my little co
of the world but across the
as a whole."
Mittleman has: lived
Jacksonville Beach since I
and is treasurer and past p
dent of the homeowner's as
ation for Ocean 2
Condominiums.
He served in the U.S.
during the Vietnam \Var and
criminal justice professor
Florida Community Colleg
Jacksomnille.
A newcomer in the pol
arena, Mittleman said h
excited to be a part of city
ernment and is looking for
to making decisions that
help shape the comrrmunit'y.
"I don't know enough ye
I am logical, organized, sys
anc and I don't owe an'
anything. If I see a probli
will work very hard to g
worked out to everyone's b
fit," he said.


Charter:


Cont. from .4-1 .
that quickly, according to Jerry.
Holland;, ' Duval C6Unty'4-
Supervi'or of Election. ' .
Tuesday 'election resisus u flt
not actually be complete until 5
p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13,
Holland said. He explained that
under state law the window on
provisional ballots being count-
ed remains open for three days
and, given that Friday is a holi-
day, the window stays open
until 5 p.m. on Monday.
Earlier this week, a spokesman
in the supervisor of elections
office said the county office was
unaware of the Jacksonville
Beach City Charter require-
ment.
Holland on election night
said that his office would try to,
get "unofficial results" to the city
to help Jacksonville Beach meet
its charter requirement, but said
at the time that if a race was
very close, it could not be called.
"That [charter requirement]
Shas been on the books for. 50
years," Holland said. "We'll try to
do our best though.",
Were it, not for a runoff,
necessitated in the Seat Four dis-
trict two race, the city of
Jacksonville, Beach was set to,


certify results arid swear in its
newest members on Wednesday
affe't'ior.l-"'les' than '-4'hour .Y
after'pblls' closedd' It met to 'teru-
fy preliminary' results only.
As it turned out, no one in the
Seat Four race earned a clear
majority Tuesday, forcing Steve
Hartkemeyer and Scott Chesnut
into a Dec. 5 runoff. All of the
new councilors will be installed
at a special council meeting on
Dec. 6.
. A supervisor of .elections
office spokesman said Thursday
it is unclear where the results for
that runoff will be tallied.
Traditionally, the counting of
ballots for Beach-only races has
been held at Jacksonville Beach
City Hall, but the opening of an
election center in downtown,
Jacksonville may mean .ballots
have to be trucked there for
counting, according to Cindy
Warner, spokesman for the elec-
tions office.
Judy Bullock, an assistant city
clerk in Jacksonville Beach, said'
that attorneys advised the city
this week that its city charter
took precedence over the state'
laws.
She said that because of the
delays in getting official results,


the city is looking at the p
bility or amending its chart
allow the city rnioe timr'fi
results before' swearing in
new council members.
Whether the amendr
would require voter appro%
unclear, she said, noting
the city attorney will be ask(
determine if the charter ca
changed by ordinance u
state home rule provisions


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Benefiting low-and moderate-income persons, or
Aiding in the elimination or prevention of slum and blight.

MANDATORY TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE WORKSHOPS
All non-profit 501 (c)(3) agencies applying for CDBG Housing Funds, SHIP, ESG, HOPWA, and Conmmu-
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mandatory technical assistance workshop. Applications may he picked up at the workshopsor at the HSD
Office, 1 West Adams Street. Suite 200. Jacksonville. Florida, 32202. Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM,
beginning Thursday. November 16. 2006. At the workshops, IHC staff will ex plain the grant application'process,'
project eligibility and provide information to assist v.ith application preparation. Please call the JHC office at
(904) 588-0172 to let staff know which workshop you will attend.
Workshops will be held on:


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1225 West Beaver Street
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No applications fosCDBG, SHIP, ESG, HOPWA or HOME funds will be acce
pted from agencies that have


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assistance, JHC staff will.be available beginning Wednesday, November 30, 2006 from 9:00 am until 12:00 noon
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SeryGun Range:
rnery
)mcitye.
Cont. from A-1
in' The SSSA plans to offer free public service.
1991 safety courses, including children's courses.
?resi- 'Alf new members, must also complete a
soci- required safety class.
1-22 The shooting range will be available for
members only and will be closed to the public
Navy except during a safety course.
d is a The facility will not be allowed to open until
r at the appropriate backstops and other safety.
;e at measures are in place, Brown said.

itical The FOP operated the shooting range for ,a
ie is decade before closing it to allow for a residen-
gov- tial development.
ward Brown said his group's plans to reopen the
will facility stalled in 2000 when city planners
denied a permit request,, arguing the city's
t but zoning did not allow for a firing range.
tem- After a lengthy court battle, Senior Circuit
yone Court Judge James L. Harrison ruled that FOP
em I had the right to reopen the range and the city'
,et it could not block it. That decision was upheld
jene- by the 1st District Court of Appeals in
February, 2004.
"A judge may have granted a legality here
but that does rot make using an outdoor gun
range that is a public nuisance the right thing
to do," Sanctuary resident Ted Latour said dur-
ing a public hearing last December.
At the time, several residents in south
Jacksonville Beach expressed anger about the
�ossi- shooting range reopening, citing its proximity
:erto to homes, condominiums and a nature pre-
d'ge~t serve. '-' -i ,ui i
the, 'Thhe entire marsh area 'surroundirrig the'FOP
Lodge is environmentally sensitive and home


ment
val is
that
ed to
n be.
nder


to many birds and other wildlife," Laurie
Latour said. "The sound of gunfire places
unnecessary, harmful stress on [them]."
City officials agreed last year that the site is
unsuitable for a gun range but saidithe court
order prevailed.
At the time, councilors grappled with how
stringent the conditions should be in light of
the city's four-year court battle to. try and
block the range from reopening.
"In my perfect world there would never be
another shot fired down there. it is just not
the right thing to do," Mayor land Sharp said
last year. "But we are constrained by this
judge's order."
Operation at the range will be limited to 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday tluough Friday and no
shooting will be permitted on weekends and
all federal holidays, according to restrictions
adopted by the city council.
"There is no way to ensure that berms, baf-
fles or backstops will prevent some bullets or
casings from entering the water, or that the
gunfire noise will be blocked sufficiently to
protect endangered birds and wildlife in this
area," Laurie Latour said last year.
When the former FOP range was in opera-
tion, the city did not have an existing noise
ordinance on the books to restrict the decibel
level of disruptive, outdoor noise.
The city approved its noise ordinance in
June, 2002. The ordinance prohibits noise
over 75 decibels.
The range will be operated in accordance
,with state: and -city laws and" standards sett
forth by the NRA, Browrs,'aid. .,.,:.,


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we take seriously

A shade meeting will not be held in connection
with the city's ongoing.dispute with Wal-Mart and its
plans to build a superstore in the city.
That fact is clear.
What was initially less clear to a reporter at
Monday's city council meeting was that the shade
meeting requested by a councilor was for legal strate-
gizing in advance of the hearing and not for th;eactu-
al special magistrate's hearing on the issue Nov. 30
and Dec. 1.' (See Correction A-1.).
For the record, the special magistrate's hearing will
not be closed and, in fact, the city has asked the mag-
istrate to hold one session at City Hall to make sure
the public is not excluded from this legal form of arbi-
tration.
While councilors expressed concern about not hav-
ing a chance to strategize in private, their attorney
made it clear there really was no choice.
"We're stuck with having to have open discussions,"
he said.
In a Wednesday editorial, The, Leader noted the
request for privacy -.albeit incorrectly for the magis-
� trate's hearing and not for a legal session, as a coun-
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Lettersioe editor:

Commissioner crossed the line


To the editor" .
Weeks ago, 'after the.,
Atlantic 'Beach Commission
voted "for" Ordinance 90-06-
195, changing the residential
standards, I decided not to
bother attending commission
meetings again or even speak
about city politics until a new,
-commission is chosen.
I have accepted what our
officials decided was best fori
us, even though it was not
what the majority of partici-
pating citizens wanted. But I
was horrified this week when
Mr. Jamie Fletcher, a commis-,
sioner, used a city wide venue
(the November Atlantic Beach,
newsletter) to justify his vote
and falsely refer to "standing


Westsiders.need


To the editor:
When the sid
Rose and Orchi
Atlantic Beach wa
in 2002 there wE
that were difficult
- especially for F
ing baby prams
on tricycles - and
Marsh Oaks
approached Atl
officials with our
We were told
thing was copa
came as an un[
prise to learn a
neighborhood
Marsh Oaks th
ments of the si
flawed and
$50,000 to make
In a subseque
the Commission
ommended that
not be spent to m
sidewalk segme
streets where re
requested initi.
construction still
So, the sidewa


'strong against political pres-.
sures from a small well fund-
ed special interest group.
1800 people in a citizens
group, in our small city of
few who bother to vote, is not
small.
If such a group, in its effort's
to inform all citizens of all the.
details, is special interest, I
herald such a group. May
they continue in their efforts.
In using the city-funded
\ newsletter to take shots at
this group of citizens Mr.
Fletcher crossed the line of
political correctness and cour-
tesy and respect to all voters.

Sue Snead
Atlantic Beach


�..nmmi~ibuSa


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" ithat force women wi chil-
Lewalk along dren in tow or in strollers to
d streets in walk in the principal north-
as completed south street in Marsh Oaks
ere segments should remain as they are -
t to navigate unsafe - because other neigh-
people push- borhoods need sidewalks?
or with kids I don't know if the stan-
a number of dards for sidewalk construc-
residents tion have changed since 2002
antic Beach but if they haven't, then the
concerns, city staff responsible needs to
that every- correct the problem because
isetic, so it the misfeasance occurred on
pleasant sur- their watch.
t the recent My suggestion: The $45,000
meeting in for public art that Paul
at two seg- Parsons is attempting "to
dewalk were extort from the budget can go
would cost instead for repairs to the
right. Orchid and Rose street side-
nt memo to walks. (And, by the by, wasn't
city staff rec- Parsons on the Commission
the money in 2002?)
lake right the This is just one more exam-
ents "while pie of why westside taxpayers
sidents have need a Commission seat.
al sidewalk Michael Hoffmann
exist." Marsh Oaks
alk segments Atlantic Beach


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JEERS to the. amount of time
it took to get the results tallied
in the Beach races in the gener-
al election. From all accounts,
tlhe Duval County Supervisor
7:dof Elections office, headed 'by
"Fletcher ' graduate ' Jerry
Holland, did a good job on
Election Day as he was readily,
accessible and available to trou-
bleshoot, problems that,
cropped up. It was the excruci-
atingly long counting process
at the Gateway Mall that made
,one nostalgic for days. when
Beach races were tallied at
Jackson-ille Beach City Hall
and local candidates were in,
mid-celebration or consolation
mode by 9 p.m., It's worth not-'
ing that precinct results are
supposed to be posted on each
precinct's doors, allowing really
interested voters, theoretically,
to cruise to all, the precincts
and 'tally up the, individual
results., There was a. glitch,
however, when one Beach
precinct reported mechanical
problems and another one just
had no results posted.

CHEERS to the many organ-
izations that will collect food,
. toys and other items over the
next six weeks to help BEAM
and other altruistic organiza-
tions that assist the needy fam-
ilies at the Beaches who might
otherwise forego a holiday djn-
-ner or celebration because of
iu suau constraints. The :Leader
:iwil publish a.list of,area organ-


izations that are accepting
donations throughout the hol-
iday season. If your group has a
project to help others, send the
information to editor@beach-
esleader.comn

CHEERS to incoming
Jacksonville Beach .City
Councilman Pete Mittleman's
intention to tackle the tran-
sient problem at the Beaches.'
As a former lawman with time
on the board of the county's
largest homeless shelter,: his
perspectives are .likely to be
both balanced and on target.
His initial suggestion that those
who offer help should do so
using a set of "restrictive meas-
ures" would, at first glance,
appear reasonable and a move.
,in the Tight directiocr .; ..:; I


JEERS to the practice of can-
didates standing in the median
.of a multi-lane highway, way-
ing campaign signs at passing
motorists. Curbside sign wav-
ing is a long-standing tradition,
but when- the wavers move,
into themiddle of the roadway
it makes an already busy inter-'
section even more confusing
and unsafe.
' . ". , , � . I * . "" "' " '
JEERS to a state law that will
* require cities .to, issue develop-
ers a building perriit even if :
their projects fail to meet traffic
concurrency standards and
-threaten to,: clog already
jammed roadways. In
exchange for anteing up a "fair
share", of money toward future
transportation improvements
- even if none are feasible -
the developer will get the green
light to build. Those' of us
already stuck at the red lights
and fuming are of little con-.
cern to those, who drafted this
developer-friendly 'legislation.
At the Beaches, the state roads
in our community are already
jam packed and residents have
.made it clear that widening is
not what anybody wants --
especially along A1A. There awe
some improvements to be
made with traffic light location
and synchronization - and
those should be done now, riot,
later - but to allow develop-
ers to intensify land use so long
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Commissioner's comment insulting


To the editor:
.The City of .Atlantic Beach
includes a newsletter with the
water 'bill featuring a. com-
mentary from a different
elected official each month. It
is, very unfortunate that in
November's issue while dis--
cussing the property rights
debate and the controversial.
legislation arising therefrom,
Commissioner Jamie Fletcher
took a shot at 1,600 of his.
constituents by dismissing
them ,as ,a "small but well


funded special interest group."
Commissioner Fletcher,
what were you trying to
accomplish by referring to
1,600 of your neighbors and
constituents who differ with
your position as a "small but
well funded special interest
group?" Did you deliberately
intend to deepen the divide
opened up in our community
during the debate on property
rights? Why do you perpetu-
ate the rhetoric and continue
to run 'roughshod: over..con-


stituents who disagree with
your position?
As respects future issues of
taxpayer funded newsletters, I
hope those -with editorial,
oversight will take steps to
ensure they, are not- shame-
lessly used as a launching pad
for propaganda, and a means
of slamming- neighbors who
differ with the author's stand
on issues.
John L. Fletcher
Atlantic Beach


PV customers gain from utility buy


To the editor:
A recent letter described
actions taken by the .Board of
County Commissioners to
acquire the St.. Johns Service
Company as negligent because
'citizens pay double or triple
the previous rates." I, would
like to address this widespread
misconception of massive rate
increases.
A comprehensive customer
profile of the former St. Johns
Service Company service area
shows' that approximately 60
percent ' of the customer
accounts (2,555 out of 4,558)
use less than 10,000 gallons per
month. A customer using
5,000 gallons per month saw
an increase of $1.77 and a
'16,000 gallon user paid $3
more per. month after the
county acquisition. It should
be noted that the average cus-
tomer in the' St. Johns County
Utility) system (26,000
accounts) uses 5000 gallons per
month.
It is the customer who uti-
lizes more than 20,000 gallons
per month that has 'experi-
enced very significant bill.
increases. For instance, a cus-
tomer using 40,000 gallons per
month formerly paid $87.06
now pays $174.86. (Customers
who utilize over 40,000/month
represent 7' percent of the total
customer profile.) The primary
reason for the increased bills
for high end users is the imple-
mentation of a conservation
rate structure which charges
more per gallon at higher con-
sumption levels. This structure,
modeled after the one adopted


by the county in 2001, rewards
.conservation and reflects the
'true cost of this valuable, finite
resource.
I would also like to mention
that our neiw Ponte Vedra cus-
tomers are now undoubtedly,
receiving a higher level. of serv-.
ice from their utility provider.
Since the February 2006 acqui-
sition, I have received many
letters, e-mails and phone calls
praising the efforts of our staff.
This higher level of service,
such as fire hydrant mainte-
nance, implementation: . of
modem technology and'
automation of remote facilities
arnd reinvestment in the sys-
tem; greatly benefit our cus-
tomers. Without our excellent
reputation with the regulatory
communities and the 50,000
residents we currently serve,
the, Board' .of County
Commissioners would never.
have approved this acquisition.
While it is clear that many
.high volume customers have
experienced . significant bill
increases since our acquisition,
we are actively working with
homeowner's associations and
other groups to lower these
high consumption. Obviously,
outside irrigation is responsible
for much of this use and we
typically recommend private
wells for this purpose. This rec-
ommendation is consistent
with the Water Management
District's preference to use
lower quality water for irriga-
tion purposes.
Again, the conservation rate
structure applies a premium on
drinking water poured on your


grass. In areas where residents
are precluded from installing
wells due to deed restrictions,
we have expressed willingness
to assist in any way possible, in
the removal of those prohibi-
tions.
In summary, it is inaccurate
to state that the customers of
St. Johns Service Company,
have had rates "double and
triple." While some high-end
,users certainly have, the major-
ity of customers have received
primarily, a higher-level of serv-
ice with very little to no impact
to their monthly bills.
' I am confident that we will
be able to better- inform our
new customers and lower their
consumption. to levels that are
more in line with normal
domestic use. Seventy-five per-.
cent of the Ponte Vedra cus-
tomers are already there. It is
clear that the former rates-pro-
vided no incentive to protect
our resource.
The decision of the board to
bring private water and sewer
utilities under county's owner-
ship was based on environ-
mental stewardship. The excel-
lent reputation of our county's
Utility Department made that
decision much easier. I am
extremely confident that in the.
years to come, the vision of the
board, and their confidence in
our Utility Department, and
our commitment to our resi-
dents, will be shown to dearly
be in the public interest.
Bill Young
Director,
St. Johns County Utility
Department


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Jeers and cheers...


November 10 2006


HOYLE DEMPSEY
COLUMNIST

Finally, after

5,000 years a
close shave

The first shaving razor,
originally made of cop-
per, was invented back
in 3,000 BC by an unknown
Egyptian. I assume .it was
invented by a manly man, to
get a close, long lasting
shave, but it might have
been by a woman wanting
silky smooth legs.. It took
another, 4,971 years before
someone got the idea to dou-
ble up on the razors for
"twice as close a shave!" The
Gillette Twin Blade.' Razor
debuts to huge fanfare in
1971. , ,
When: Gillette introduced
Mach 3 a few years ago, we
thought "that's it, that's the
ultimate razor!" Then came
the Mother of all razors; the
Schick Quattro! Despite the
fact that I'm a son of a son of
a Gillette man, I had to try
this new 4 blade product.
Talk. about a close shave, if
I'd used a Quattro the first
time I shaved when I was 14,
I wouldn't have needed to do
it again until I was 30!
Yesterday as, I was picking
up some shaving 'cream, I
walked by the blade counter.
When you shave with a
Quattro and pass by the
triple and double razors, it's
like driving your Rolls Royce
by a BMW or Mercedes deal-
er. You get that "been there,
done that" look on your
face.. Then I saw them, the
-500 horse power,.[ mean 5 J
blamedd Gillette Fusion.
" idd inly I felt ik I already '
had a 5:00 shadow and it was
only, 9 in the morning! I ,
gently 'placed my 2007
Fusion in my basket and
'headed for the checkout.
Men from Alexander the
Great to JFK shaved with sin-:
gle blades! How did they do
it? Double razors were a
slight improvement as were
triple blades. The Quattro
will be fondly remembered
like my first car with a power
sun roof, but the Fusion.... If.
I had used this precision
instrument when I was 14, I
probably would have never
needed to shave again.
, My wife asked me at break-
fast today why Ithought the
shave was so close, "Do you.
think it's having 5 blades
instead of three or four?"
I put down my coffee.
"7That's part of it, but it's also
that 'Exclusive Single,
Trimmer Blade' on the back!
It helps me in those hard to
*get )to places, like around
side burns and my mus-
tache!"'
Dianne smiled real big and
said "You mean a single razor
like your Father or
Grandfather shaved with?"
"Well sure, that's why men
in those days had such great
looking side burns, but lousy
shaves. Easy places to shaye,
like cheeks and chins,
require stacks of blades to get
the job, done!"
Could Gillette's long, time
rival be working on the
"Schick Six" in the supreme
one-ups-man-ship? Will
they add so many. razors that
we'll be advised to to ask our.
Doctor if the new "Gillette
21 Blade Salute" is right for
us? When will it all end?
Where will it all end? The
answer to that is probably in
my medicine cabinet,



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_POL.ICE BEAT


NEPTUNE BEACH
Battery was reported on Nov.
5 in the 1100 block of Seagate
Avenue, according to a police
report.
Burglary was reported on Nov.
5 in the 100 block of Florida
Boulevard, according to a police
report. The victim said that
some time during, the day an,
unknown suspect entered his
house and wrote graffiti on the
side of his kitchen cabinet,
according to the report. The
markings were drawn in' chalk
and depicted the profile of a
man's face with stars surround-
ing it." There were kno signs' of
forced entry and the victim said
that his doors were locked while
he was away.
- "* ' *, � O. * " * " ,
-Henry Howard Brooks, 25,
was arrested for possession of a
controlled substance on Nov. 7
in the 500 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police
report.
Burglary was reported on Nov.
6 in the 1400 block of Spindrift
Circle E., according to a police
report. The victim told police
that between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.
an unknown suspect broke a
Sdobuble-paned window. There
was no entry and nothing was
taken, 'according to the report.
Police were able to lift a partial
print from the inside of the'
screen. The estimated damage
to the window is $250, accord-
ing to the report.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Larceny was reported on Nov.
3 in the 300 block of Plaza Road,
according to a 'police report.
The victim parked his car out-
side his residence at 6:30 p.m.
When he went outside the fol-
lowing morning, both doors on


the driver's side of the vehicle
were open. The victim discov-
ered a can that he keeps $1
coins in missing. There were 9
coins in the can, according to
the report. Nothing else was
taken.
Ronald Thomas, 29, was
arrested on Nov. 6 for driving
with a revoked license, accord-
ing to a police report.
Battery was reported on Nov.
6 in the 800 block of Atlantic
Boulevard.
. * .* � .,
Kenneth Thomas Rasnick, 31,
was arrested on Nov. 7 in the.
8500 block of . Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police
report. Police were dispatched
to a rental car business regard-'
ing the contents found in one of
the rental cars.- According to the
witness, a man called to come in
and collect his personal proper-
ty left in a returned car. The wit-
ness went to remove the items
arid when he picked up a water
bottle that the caller had specif-.
ically asked about, it felt hard in
his hand. The bottom of the
bottle came apart and revealed a
hidden compartment, which
contained two large crack rocks
and two grams of marijuana,
according to the report. The
officer placed the items in a bbx
and threw the water bottle in a
trash can. When a man came to
pick up his belongings, he was.
told they were in a box on top
of the trash can. The man
retrieved the box and also
picked up the bottle out of the
trash can and twisted the bot-
tom slightly, the report said.
The officer then took him into
custody, according to the report.
Fraud was reported on Nov. 7
in the 90 block of W. 13th


Street, according to a police Nov. '7 at a gas station 1500
report. The victim put six block of 3rd St. S. A purse con-
envelopes in his mailbox on training $1,000 cash, identifica-
Oct. 31 which contained bills tion and credit card was stolen
and checks. On Nov. 2, the vic- from a vehicle while, the victim
tim noticed that one of his was inside paying for gas.
checks had been cashed at a * * *
store in the amount of $195.92, Criminal mischief was report-,
according to the report. ed Nov. 7 in the 1000 block of
* * * 17th St. N. The victim told
Theresa Levette Jackson, 36, police that her property has
was arrested on Nov. 7 in the 80 been repeatedly vandalized over
block of Lewis Street, according the last two weeks. Unknown
to a police report. suspects covered her boyfriend's
vehicle in animal food, smeared
* * * mayonnaise all over her vehicle
S, and nearly broke a window of
JACKSONVILLE BEACH her home with the bottle. A
Petit theft was reported Nov. 8 plastic container in the back-
at Target in, the 400 block of yard was also broken.
Marsh Landing Parkway. The * * . ,
security manager told police he . Fraud was reported Nov. 7 in
observed a female suspect exit the 1300 block of Shetter Ave. A
* the store without paying for a total of $2,200 in unauthorized
DVD box set priced at $189. The charges appeared ,on the vic-
woman placed the merchandise tim's credit card statement. The
into a shopping basket next to victim told police he is still min
an infant in a baby seat. She possession of the card but some-
went into the restroom then left one obtained his credit card
the store. . number through unknown
* 'means,
A wallet containing $55 cash , *
and two credit cards was report- . Assault was reported Nov. 7 in
ed stolen Nov. 8, from a , hard- the 100 block of 25th Ave. 'S,
ware store in the 700 block of The suspect threatened to kill
Marsh Landing Parkway. The the victim and destroy buildings
victim told police she didn't on the property when the vic-
realize the wallet was gone until tim refused to refund a deposit
she went to the grocery store for a condominium. The suspect
and it was missing from her said he no longer wanted to pur-
'purse. ' chase a unit and became threat-
" �* . ening when told he would have
Felony criminal mnischief'was to pursue the matter in civil
reported Nov. 8 in the 800 block court.
of 13th Ave. S. Two vehicles ' , *
parked in the driveway were Exposure of sexual organs was
damaged when ;an unknown reported Nov. 7 in the 500 block
suspect poured acetone over the of 2nd St. N. An unidentified
paint, causing it to bubble and woman was showing her breasts
peel. The combined damage to to construction workers in the
both vehicles was $10,0 0, area. The woman told police
* * . one of her male companions
.Auto burglary was reported lifted up her shirt but the com-


plainant said she lifted her shirt
to him and his 16-year-old
daughter when she saw them
watching her' from their bal-
cony.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Criminal mischief was report-
ed Nov. 6 in the 100 block of,
Bluefish Ave. The front window
of a residence was damaged and
responding officers observed a
pellet-sized hole in the middle
of the pane. A small glass frag-
ment was found near the win-
dow inside the home.
.Counterfeit checks were
reported passed Nov. 8 at a gro-
cery store in the 600 block of
Sawgrass Village Dr. The cus-
tomer service manager reported
five separate incidents of uttered
forged instruments totaling
$740.78.
Criminal mischief was report-
ed Nov. 6 at a construction site
at Palm Valley and 20 Miles
roads. Unknown suspects spray
painted a concrete wall on the
east side of the property with
purple paint. A steel bridge
beam was also damaged with
green, yellow, purple and black
paint. .Cost of the damage is
unknown.


Criminal mischief was report-
ed Nov. 6 in the 300 block of
Pheasant Run.
Possible fraud was reported
Nov. 7 in the. 600 block of A1A
N. The complainant told police
she received a call that she owed
$1,098.14 for a secondary cell
phone account that she did not
open. The woman's son advised
that he attempted to open a sec-
ond account and the cell phone
carrier had mistakenly billed his
mother.







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says after chastised by citizen


by LIZA MITCHELL
: STAFF WRITER .
A member of .lthe'
Jacksonville Beach '-h.ty
Council refuses' to apologize
for comments he made in an
e-mail to a community group,
despite complaints from 'a
group member.
Councilman Dick Matthews
Wednesday said he was within
his right to send a personal
email to the Beaches Watch
group, denouncing opposition
expressed during the recent
Home Depot hearings.
Citizen activist Jim Overby,
who is also a member of
Beaches Watch, told the city
council at Monday's meeting,
that Matthew's comments
.infringed on his right to free
speech. Overby did not name
the author of the email but
Matthews later said he wrote it.
"1I am deeply offended by the'
remarks by a. member of this
City Council which seem to be
an attempt to suppress free-
dom of speech and discourage
citizen participation in public
hearings," Overby said. "I'
would like an apology'."
A staunch supporter of smart
growth and by-the book city
management, Overby has fre-
quently addressed the council
about municipal concerns.
He has repeatedly appealed
to city officials to address con-
cerns ranging from holiday.


decorations to traffic condi-
tions and failing levels of serv-
ice in Jacksonville Beach
.-lo..realizethat the catiicil
cannot,. .adequately addresss
problems or plan for progress
without one of the keystones.
of democracy - citizen partici-,
pation," he said. "Jac.ksonville
Beach directed by its City
Council succeeds because the
council is open to citizen
input."
Overby said Matthews' com-
ments, received in two separate
e-mails to Beaches Watch pres-
ident Sandy Golding, "[cast]
doubt on my independence of
thought" because of his affilia-
tion with the group.
The messages contained
vocabulary including "stench
of the sewer," "being dragged
down into the sewer by some-
one else" and suggested that
Overby should "be ashamed of
myself," he said.
"Over the last 25 years when
I address the city government I
am speaking for myself alone,"
Overby said. "On occasion my,
views are similar to other citi-,
zens or the Beaches Watch'
group."
Overby said he did not make
any personal attacks or charac-
terizations when he spoke
about the' proposed traffic
increase that Home Depot
would generate on an already
failing roadway.
"This City Council person


has not respected my concerns
or given me the respect I am
due," Overb'y said.
Three days after the meeting,
Matthews said ,he made his
comments after several mem-,
bers of the Beaches Watch
group, including Golding and
Overby, backed another oppo-
nent of the Home Depot proj-
ect who, he said, often accused
the city's planning staff of ille-
galities during the planning
process.
"Just because I sent .an email
criticizing Ms. Golding and her
precious Beaches Watch group
for supporting [this man] for
.his year long vicious attack of
.three Jacksonville Beach city
employees, I trampled on their
free speech rights?" Matthews
said in a' written response to
Overby's demand for in apolo-
gy.
"What about my right of free
speech? Or does this group.
think it only works one way?"
Beaches Watch president
Golding in a Nov. 6 letter to
Mayor Fland Sharp and the city
council said Matthews' com-
ments came from his personal
email account but weie inap-
propriate as he is an elected
official.
She 'also ' stressed that
Beaches Watch did not take a
formal position on .the Home
Depot issue, though some
member iWho are citizens of
Jacksonville Beach made com-


ments independent of the
group.
"Beaches Watch has always
,promoted .caidi. encouraged
'polite, respectfult citzenipartic-
ipation in community issues,"
she said. "It is wrong for any
elected official to discourage
citizen participation... The cit-
izens of our beach communi-
ties have a vested interest in
the issues that affect their
homes and lives, and should be
encouraged to speak up about
their concerns." '
Matthews, who did not seek
reelection but will remain in
office until the Dec. 5 runoff
for the district 2 seat, said after
10 years of public service on
the city's Planning
Commission and City Council
he decided to finally air his
own opinions.
"I can't say it but he can?" he
said. "Don't expect an apology
from me. You won't get.it."


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OBITUARIES


Sandra J


oan Cates


Elizabeth Hays Owen


Joshua Michael Spiwak


Sandra Joan, Cates, 49, a
native of Jacksonville, died Nov.
5, 2006 at her home in Atlantic
Beach.
Cates was preceded in death
by a brother, Robert Bell, and
her father, James W. Bell.
Surviving are her husband of
28 years, Tony; her mother, Jean
E. Bell; a daughter, Kylie Cates; a


Josephine K. "Josie" Weller,
84, of Ponte Vedra Beach died
Nov. 8, 2006 after a long illness.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., she
was preceded in death: by her
husband of 36 years, Harry
Weller.
"Josie," as she.was known, by
her friends, will be remembered
for her wonderful baking and
cake decorating, the family said,
Surviving .family members
include her daughter, Laverne
Larizza (Rocco); grandson,
Michael Larizza (Amie); and


Ann 'Smith Holmes, 68, of
Jacksonville died in her home
Nov:,8, 2006 after an extended,
illness. She was born March 30,
1938 in Le.ington, Va. to John
B. Smith and Annie W. Smith.
Surviving family members
include her husband of 46
years, CM Holmes; and her two
brothers, Orville W. Smith and
Oscar M. Smith, both of


granddaughter, Lily Savannah
Cates; a sister, Bonnie Dietrich;
a brother, David Bell; and many
friends.
A celebration of Cates' life
will be held Saturday at 4:30
p.m. at 926 Florida Blvd.,
Neptune Beach.
- Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home.


great-grandson, Rocco Larizza.
A visitation will be held from
5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday in
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home. A
Mass of Christian Burial will be
held at 11 a.m. Saturday in Our
Lady Star of the Sea Catholic
Church, Ponte Vedra Beach..
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the American
Diabetes Association, P.O. Box
1131, Fairfax, VA 22038-1131.
Services under the'direction.
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.'


Lexington, Va.
At Holmes'request, no servic-
es have been scheduled. She
wished for all who loved her to,
say goodbye in their own way,,
family said,
In lieu of flowers, the family
asks that donations be made to
charity of choice.
Services under the direction.
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


Elizabeth Hays Owen, 88,
died Nov. 7, 2006 at her resi-
dence in Vicar's Landing,,
Ponte Vedra Beach. She was
born Dec. 28, 1917 and was
raised in Washington, D.C.
and Winchester, Ky.
Owen was the mother of five
children and the wife of
Webster Jennings Owen, who
died in Venice, Fla. in 1996.,
The couple was married for 57
years and raised their children
in Lathrup Village, Mich. and
Venice.
'Owen received a bachelor's
degree from Hollins College in
Virginia and a master's in
Economics from the University
of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She
passed her belief in the impor-
tance of higher education
along to each of her children,
as well as her dedication to
community service and her
successful quest to leave the
world a better place than the
way she ,found it, the family
said.
Owen was president of the
Southern Oakland Girl Scouts
Council in Michigan and
active in the League of Women
Voters in both Michigan and
Florida. In Venice, she. was
appointed by Gov. Bob,
Graharri to 'serve on the


Southwest Florida Water
Management District and also
co-authored a study of the
Aquifer System of Sarasota
County, published in 1999 by
the League of Women Voters. :
Owen had an indefatigable
joy of life, a relentless opti-,
mism and a firm belief in the,
goodness of everyone she met,
the family said.
She is survived by Isabelle
Owen Spence of Ponte Vedra
Beach, Webster J. Owen, Jr. of
Sacramento,. Calif., R. Thomas
Owen of Flagstaff, Ariz., and
Dr. Clarence H. Owen of
Greensboro, N.C. She was pre-
ceded, in death by her son,
William F. Owen of Denver,
Colo.
The . family said her' 10
grandchildren and three great
,grandchildren carry her love,
and her love of life, into the
future.
A memorial service will be
held for Owen in Venice at a
later date. The family requests
memorial donations be direct-
ed to the Alzheimer's
Association (www.alz.org) or
other deserving charitable
organizations.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.


Services for Andrew Fraser Park will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday
in the Bethel Renewal Church, 711 St. Johns Bluff Road,
Jacksonville. An obituary. furnished by the funeral home
appeared in\ Vednesday's paper with a different time.


Nease lets 2 aches



go in wake of penalty


FROM STAFF
Two assistant football coaches on
Nease High. School's top-ranked and
defending state championship football
Maiam have been dismissed from the
6m's coaching staff, Nease Principal
Linda Thomson said Thursday.
Thomson also confirmed that a dean
at Nease first alerted her to a possible
Florida High School Athletic Association
rules violation (FHSAA), and not a mem-
ber of the school's football coaching
staff.
Thomson declined to make public the
names of the two non-faculty football
coaches she fired or the name of a school
staffer who alerted administrators to a
football player's residency status.
"It doesn't matter. It could have been
the janitor," Thomson said Thursday.
"I know that my dean who checks out
attendance looked at it and said there
may be something wrong with this.
"I've decided to let the two assistant
coaches, whose actions brought this
scrutin",' go. The problem was that the
things that they did, like employing the
dad," would have requited permission
from the FHSAA.
Tuesday, the FHSAA fined Nease
$20,000 and placed the school's football
team and entire athletic program on pro-


bation for violating "multiple provisions
of association regulations which prohib-
it the offer of inducements to student-
athletes who attend a school."
According to the FHSAA ruling, an
investigation determined three specific
violations of policy prohibiting induce-
ments for student-athletes, as follows:
* One player's father was offered, and'
accepted, a job with a company owned,
by a Nease assistant coach.
* The player and his father accepted
residence with a different Nease assistant
coach, and
* The player was transported to and
from Nease by the assistant with whom
he and his father were living.
State-ranked- Nease (10-0, Class 4A No.
1) is still eligible for postseason play,
which begins today, but the school can-
not participate in spring or fall jam-_
borees until 2012, nor can the Panthers
play games outside Florida, teams from
states other than Florida, or appear on
televised broadcasts during the regular.
season, FHSAA said.
Nease, which entertains Belleview
High at 7:30 p.m. today at Panther,
Stadium in round ohe of the state play-
offs, opened the 2006 season by hosting
Memphis (Tenn.) University High School
in the inaugural Bill Bates Classic at the


University of North Florida.
Nease traveled to nationally ranked
Hoover (Ala.) High to open its 2005 grid
season. That game was televised nation-
ally on ESPN. Nease's, game with St.
Augustine this season was televised on
Fox Sports Net.
According to neasefootball.com, the
Panthers list 17 coaches on their 2006
football staff, but only five of the 17 are
Nease faculty members. .
Several Nease assistants have sons who
play on the varsity football team, includ-
ing Bates, receivers coach Ken Fasnacht
Jr. and Wesley Haynes, who coaches line-
backers.
Coaches who are also faculty members
include head coach Craig Howard,
defensive coordinator Danny Cowgill,
offensive line coach Joe Conroy, kicking
coach Geoff Stephens and defensive
backs coach Matt Toblin.
Thomson said that although there
were no inducements given to a Nease
football player and there was no intent
to violate FHSAA rules, *"It wasn't quite
what' we should have done and we didn't
"' ask permission.
"Once we became aware of this situa-
tion, we immediately took action on it."


. :I . IPhoto by ALINE BAILEY
Donna Komkov looks at some of the many handcrafted items offered for sale at the ChristmaShowcase held last Friday, saturday
and Sunday at the Jacksonville Beaches Woman's Club. The 21st annual event featured handcrafted items from 14 local and out
of town artisans. Along with Christmas ornaments and decorations, there were floral arrangements, wreaths, needlework, quilts,
ceramics and pottery, jewelry and clothing, stained glass and painted items offered. It was the first year the crafters extended the
sale to Sunday.


After .battling leukemia for
more than two years, Joshua
Michael Spiwak died Nov. 7,
2006. He was 20 years old.
Spiwak was an avid motorcy-
clist. His hobbies included draw-
ing, pottery, water sports, plafits
and playing the drums. He was
a big Jaguars fan.
Spiwak was a wrestler at
Englewood High School, from
where he graduated May 19,
200,4.
He is survived by his parents,
Jerry and Jeanie Spiwak; his, sis-.
ter, Elizabeth; and other family


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from elementary school
through today.
A celebration service will be
held at 5 p.m. Saturday in
Hogan Baptist Church, 8045
Hogan Road, Jacksonville.
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


Religion
The Leader is putting together Ahavath Chesed. All are wel- - *
information on holiday events come to attend. Call 223- PALMS PRESBYTERIAN
t churches and faith-based 6000 for information; New
organizations. Please send infor- Life is at 2701 Hodges Blvd. ALTERNATIVE MARKET OPENS
mation about upcoming, events . OPENSA I E M RlT, O E
to religion@beachesleader.com Meditation Class
or fax -to 249-1501 by Nov. 20. Unity at the Beaches will offer. FROM STAFF
"Meditation Made Easy", a The Greater Gift and The money the artisans
Veterans Honored class led by Rev. Marleen Alternative Gift Market will earn by selling their work
The Men's Group at Christ Davis at 7:30 .m on be held at Palms Presbyterian helps to improve their lives
United Methodis t Churchls b Dayis at 7 th0 Ria un. Church Saturday and Sunday, and their communities, said
ited ato it r esdays at the Ribaul t offering the community an Mary Castle, who chairs that
will host an evening of food, Garden Club. The class will opportunity to purchase a part. of the event.
entertainment, and dancing continue through early giftt full of compassion" to The. Greater Gift and ,,
for veterans on Saturday in December. For information benefit people 'in crisis Alternative Gift Market is
the church fellowship hall., call 355-5100. The Garden around the world. open Saturday from 9 a.m. to
Anyone wearing part of amil- C Club is at 705 2nd Ave.' N. in Shoppers can purchase a 2 p.m. and on Sunday from '-
itary uniform, will be admit- Jacksonville Beach. share of something needed to 9:30 to 10:30 a.im.and noon. ..'.-",
ted at no cost tickets are $8 at sustain life or health, such as to 1 p.m at Palms new
the door for on-veterans. a share in a goat in Ethiopia Fellowship Hall.
The event begins at 6 p.m. Chill Dinner or a leg brace for apoliovic- Palms .is at 3410 S. Third
The church address is 400 Awakening Hearts Ministries tim in the Congo, said Sally Street in Jacksonville Beach.
enman Road in Neptune will have a Chili Dinner from Baldwin, member of Palms The Fellowship Hall is located
Beach; call 249-5370, for 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday at the Presbyterian WVomen and an behind the sanctuary build-
information. . JB Women's Club. Tickets are organizer of the event. A ing
Fel i at $8 and ilable tats thedor; gi For armore substantial cost, "It is not too early to Start
$8 and available at the door; it is possible to purchase a'. thinking of, Christmas, and
Anglican Beaches children under 12 are free. wheel chair for a person in for the hard to purchase for
Church . Proceeds from the dinner sup- :Cambodia or to help with a people on your liste,,why not a
NUrC w e port Awakening Hearts scholarship for a student in a gift full of compassion :giving
The Novemberworship serv-, Ministries Building . Fund. r developing country, she said. a share in a goat, stove, clinics
ice of the Anglican Beaches Information 'and advance "Alternative gifts" have' for health, -homes for the
Church Will be ,at 3 p.m.n tickets are available from the' been a popular choice to give homeless, supplies for gar-'
Sunday at 'First Christian ministry office 'at 254-9683. to people who have every- dens to afford sustainable
hurchof theBeaches. Father The Women's Club is at1315 B thing or for gifts given in agriculture, job training, a
Gary Blaylock will celebrate Second Avenue N. in.. memory of. someone, said cow,"' said Evelynne Galvin, a
the Eucharist. 'For informa- Jacksonville Beach. Baldwin. member of the church's
'tion contact San Van Leer at ' ,,' ' The market also showcases ' women's group.
280-9114. First Christian handcrafted gifts for children "We can go on and on ith Palms Presbyterian Church volunteers, from left in the
Church is at 2125 Oceanfront Harvest Bazaar and and adults made by artisans things you can share with background, Sally Baldwin, Mary Castle and Rose Walker,
in Neptune Beach. ' Auction . from over 30 countries others with a git-sare in the along with Evelynne Galvin, in the foreground, prepare to
The Atlantic Beach Women's including Kena, India, ave items, from $10 to set up a display for the church's Alternative Git Market.
Honoring Israel Connection will host a Fall
A Night to Honor Israel will Harvest Bazaar, auction, and .
NighttoHonorIsrawl brunch on ednesda at the tions are required by Monday. United Methodist Church Richard Fleisher and violinist Fruits of the Spirit
be held at New Life Christian Selva Marina Country Club. Call Susan at 714-9962 or will be at 9:30 a.m. for the Jennifer Carsillo will held at An exhibit of art work titled
Fellowship at 7 p.m. on There will be treats and gift Mary at 223-1002 or e-mail Contemporary Service and 11 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. "Fruits of the Spirit" will be at
Monday. The guest speaker baskets for sale with all pro- atlanticbeachwcCyahoo.com a.m. for the Traditional 18, at Palms Presbyterian the Bethel Gallery at Ponte
will be Pastor John Hagee -ceeds going' to Village for reservations. The Country Service.The church address is Church. Vedra Presbyterian ChurcI
,who wil provide insights on Missions of Stonecroft Club address is 1600 Selva 35 Executive Way, Suite 130 The concert, which is part of through Nov. 26. Works in
the reasons r honorinclude Ministies. Merl Bishop will Marina Dr. in Atlantic Beach. in Ponte Vedra. the church's Fine Arts Series, different media by young
iel. Other guests cl be the guest speaker. The is free and open to the public. artists will be featured. The
abbi Eleze Ben Yehuda ch begins at 9:30 a.m. Service Time Changes Holiday Concert The church is located at 3410 gallery is at -510 Palm \alley
Synagogue and Rabbi Michael and free childcare is provided. Beginning Sunday, worship A holiday concert featuring S. Third Street in lacksonville Road in Ponte Vedra; call 285-
Mnatuson rom Congregation Tickets are $12 and reserva- services at Ponte Vedra harpists Kayo Ishimaru and Beach. 8225 for information.

CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Worship With
400 San Juan Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach 285-6127 iALVAR s
Sunday 7:45, 9:00, 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist I 4 nglican Chbu rch Your Fam ly alms
10:15 AM Christian FormatiOn; Saturday Holy Eucharist 5:30 PM tpr . , hurch
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CHRIST CHURC- SAN PABLO Sunday Worship: 10:30am r 3 1
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Sunday 9 AM - Worship; 10:15 AM - Christian Formation ,, ntoar. JAOO "
Nursery Provided o ,,.r aro - Ml,.3" A I ' So. jn. l , Q.'m : _d' M'. r, ~N-0 M , m t.e W world,
For event information, visit www.christepiscopalchurch.org .. .. . . e
COASTAL CHRISTIAN Worship Opportunities SUNRISE unday Worship Services
9:30 a.m. Contemporary*, CONIMMUNITY CHURCH 830 and 11,00 a.m,
Our Congregalion meets ( at 11:00 a.m. Traditional* SunsetServiceat 545p.m
Castillo de Mexico .-. ..*Kids Wobrship provided An Evangelical Free Church.
12-..Th SreRev. JefftBen ettePastor: Nursery at all services
1222 S. Third Street eAdam Myers, Youth Sunday School & A.B.F.'s 9:00 a.m.
553-9910 WoshipServie 0:5aSunday School
PONTPC EiC V A Worship S rvi 10:15oa.me
rl80 ac Ba mlm f T w 1 " '""' ': "; POWERU WO RSP AS SERVIIDp 35 ExecutiveWa, B .All ages-9.40 a.m.
bilDaR S Across A IA from Rawlings School
""kSundays. Beach Behind Prosperity Bank ' 298 Aquatic Drive
10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. United Methodist 280-5141 * hw ww.pv-umc.org Atlantic Beach SPu - ,..C S oS.. ,,U or. ,
e 95 am BE OF TE A L g Church "Conne tng the Unconnected" Phone: 249-3030 c.u .,
\Yww.coastalchristian.org l .... Phn., . 249- 3Q30
4, HOLY TRINITY Ponte Vedra UNITY - DAILY WORD BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
ANGLICAN CIRIRCH Presbyterian Church .r'- STUDY CLASS . CHURCH ,'
IA Traditional Anglican Churchi .I'i here fiendn atelr to worshtp" ' Wed'. Evening 7:30 pm MISSOURI SYNOD
247-1442 ..4510 Palm Valley Road (CR 210)
Holy Communion ww '.pv'pc.com f ffl$ 4p5 r Ribault Garden Club 1423 N. 8th Ave. Jax Be ch
every Sunday at 8:00 A.M. To advertise your Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. 1050 ighvay' AIA * 285-4288 705 2nd. Ave. N., Jax Bch Rev. Dana A. Brones, Pastor
Hol TinmetsinthOCapeSunday Breakfast (Corner 2nd. Ave. N. and7th.St.N.) Phone: 249-5418
at T10 Frinda m d. ienhe OBael Nuersvy&celeinSunday School 9:00am http: w-.w.blcjaxbeach.org
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 50294 here call Middle, H-igh School. College rship E-nail: am 355-5 4 a.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH. FL 322400294 . Adult Ministries newbeginningsbe@clearwire.net Dial - A - Prayer 355-7044 Praise & Worship Saturday 5:30pm
www.holytrini yneptunebeach.org U''Ms & Art Milistries Website: .Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Re,. Robert C. Adams, Vicar Home of a Bethlehem lisit ,,,..onlinew, ithnewbeginnings.com Church of the Daily Word Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.
ST. ANDREW'S ST. FRANCIS St. Paul's by the Sea B H- H EL URCH TRADITIONAL - YET TIMELY
LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) - -,IN-THE-FIELD tI- Sunday School forall ages Q:00a.m.
, S (BY THE SEA) " ' EPISCOPAL CHRincH Eweisco. asil Church 1-Worship Service10:15a.m.

PASTOR M-ICIAEL BLAKER 895-lm Valley Road _ _LW N r
Iak Sunday WBea h Ponte Vedra, FL. 543-0112 ' Pastor Steve McCoy CHRIST
Sunay WOrShip uwww.saintfrancisepiscopalchurch.org .'Associate Pastor Howard Ntchlinn UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday School 1am HOLY EUCHARIST & is Nursery At 7.30 & 10 am Services Sun. Sunday 8:30 & 10:15 AM 400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
Children 9:15 am BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS & Singles Chrstian Formation At 8:45 am Wednesday 7 PM Neptune Beach 249.5370
Youth/Adult 9:15 anm Bring your live and toy animals as we Comer o0 5th St. & 11th Ave. N. eJax Beach, FL * www.stpaulsbythesea@spbls.net TEL 241-4211 Rev. Patrice Spenser
Nursery Provided celebrate ST. FRANCIS DAY. 904-249-4091 www.beacheschapel.com shme in die love of l-mst
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN LORD OF LIFE 6.' Ip- N- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ST. PAUL'S ST. JOi'neIs
: . CHURCH LITUTHERAN CHURCH N / of the Beaches (Disciples of Christ) CATHOLIC CHIURCHi
S ' 10 Snen OeHAtlanhic Beach,. LUTHERAN~ CHURCH2125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach CATHOLIC 2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
d 1 ' Rev. D. Gabe Goodman, Pastor (ELCA) Ba p st Church come u'rshi s'h u by the 1st Avenue North at 5th Street Father Joseph Meehan
C..... C hurch Office 249-8698 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch SATURDAY EVENING Traditay ices Jacksonville Beach Satu EEKEND MASSESm..
www.communitypcusa.org Ph. 285-5347 6:30 pm- Contemporary Worship Service 'C ,:0& 9:00 am . .. Sunday m .m.
S~0 am d l am Nwr lii~ Suda Mornin


O,, lul. nev. umim reran astur 9:00 am - Contemporary Worship Service 10:45 amSaturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m
Sunday Morning Worship 8 30 & 11 am Sunday Contemporary Worship 10:30 am - Traditional Service E NSaturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. rECILIATION
Church School- All Ages 9.45 am 8:30am WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY) Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30, 10:00, Saturday 10:00 a.m. or b appt.
Youth Fellowships 5p m. 6:30 pm - The Gathering 5:30 Supper17P
Contemporary Worship Serv 5.59 pm. Sunday Church School 9:45am Bible Studies for Ever.Age& Life Situation 6:30 Choir,Bible Study, Youth 11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. RELIGIO.IS EDUCATIO
ChanceChirenesda p.m SundayLBW Worship 11:00am 407 Third Street Mahlon Dixon, Senior Pastor* 246-2010 Saturday Confessions Wed. 6:00 p.m.K- 7: 1pm (4-6 gr.)
hoi deg a ys7 ds)neptunebaptist.org Netune Beach James Collins, AsSociate Pastor After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m. Sundy 6:00 p.m
Weekday PreschoollKindergarten13.4 & 5yolds) Nursery Provided Tom Bary, Pastor 904-249-2307 , ww.fccbdoc.com/email:Iccbdoc@bellsouth net 246-6014
P alm Valley Baptist Church abb zerBn-YehudhOCEANSIDEul eaS
48,90 Palm '.7l& P,: PP.rte ':ed BETa z Ben-huhD. Sp alla eI
in.904, .1.-8.447 -M in - ,. w.'.,,,,.. stuartWiliams,. President CHURCH OF CHRIST IR BAPTIST
. E-rnail. palr.hurch'bel.o uth.nel 8 l 1025 Snug Harbor Court < Itn M RC
Sunday School ro..o a o~.: 9:15am S Ch 288N. RoscoBlvd, Ponte Vedra Beach. 904 273-9100 (fx)273-5567 (off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th St. and Orchid
Sunday Worship Shabbat & Torah Services 9:30 - 12:00 noon St.) 324 N. 5th St., 249-2314
Service...........................10:30am Service Times Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Bible Study 9:15 am.
Bible S study Evening Saurday 5:00 p We have a' full range of activities and services for the beaches Jewish 246-2709
Bblednesay Family Sunday8O , 9:30am & 11:0am community. Please contact our office rn-f -5 forinformationabout adult Jerry Murrell, Miinistera.m.
Wednesday Faily . unay am, am education. Sisterhood activities and Youth activities. Bible Class Sunday, 10:00a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Dinner....................... ....... 6:00pm ' (904) 268-2500 "A'homeforJewish Famiies at the Beach" Worship . 11:00am. Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m.
for all ages.............. ...............7:00pm www.MadarinChristian.com Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Weekday Ministry 246-2891
A Southern Baptist Church 6045 Greenland Rd. near Philips Hwy. -s Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Service Interpreted for the hearing impaired








November 10, 2006


Children at Christ Methodist Kindergarten and Preschool
learn about different animals when Zoo to You, a part of the
education department at the Jacksonville Zoo, did a presen-
tation at their school. In addition to the owl, children
observed a chicken, ferret, snake and turtle.


Crop Walk set at Beach


The annual Jacksonville
Beaches Crop Walk will be held
on Sunday, Nov. 19. The 5-mile
Walk will start at 1:30 p.m. at
the Seawalk Pavilion in
Jacksonville Beach.
"Organized locally, Crop
Walkshelp stop hunger here in
each community and around
the world, through self-help
d e v e l o p m e n t
initiatives.....Africa is one part
of the world where Crop Walks
through programs funded by
Church World Service are mak-
ing a big difference...... Crop
Walls are also making a big dif-
ference in communities recov-
ering from Hurricane Katrina,"
according to a press release
from Church World Service.
Last year, approximately 400
to 500 people, including whole
families, participated in the
Jacksonville Beaches Crop'
Walk and raised over $18,000,
said Gretchen Hoss,
Coordinator for the
Jacksonville Beaches Crop
Walk. ,


"This is a great thing for fam-
ilies to do. There is a lot- of
camaraderie...... and they feel
like they're doing their part." ,
A quarter of the funds raised
benefit local organizations'
serving people in need. BEAM,'
Mission House, Helping Hands.
Ministry, and the St. Vincent
de Paul Society receive funds
from the Jacksonville Beach
Crop Walk, she said.
Interested walkers canr sign
up to participate through local.
churches, including St. Paul's
Catholic Church, St. Paul's by
the Sea Episcopal' Church,
Beach United Methodist
Church, Christ United
Methodist Church,
Community Presbyterian
Church, and Hodges Boulevard
Presbyterian Church, said
Hoss. Walkers are asked to have
sponsors from the community
pledge to donate money to the'
Crop Walk.
For additional information,
contact Hoss at 434-2600.


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader * Page 9A


tivities for
2,


unurun ac






The following events are
held at Beaches area church-
es on Wednesdays for young-
sters:
*Palm Valley Baptist Church
at 4890 Palm Valley Road in
Ponte Vedra has a family din-
ner at 6 p.m. and children and,
youth Bible study at 7 p.m.
Call 285-2447.
*Sunrise Christian Church
youth group meets 7 p.m. to
8:30 p.m., beginning with
group praise and worship; fol-
lowed by small groups for fel-
lowship. Bible study 'and
prayer.The church is at 298
Aquatic Drive, Atlantic Beach.
Call 249-3030. .
*Bethlehem Lutheran
Church at1423 8th Ave.. N.,,
Jacksonville Beach has Junior
High Youth Group activities
from 6:45 to 8 p.m. The Senior
High Youth Group meets on'
Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Call
249-5418.
*Christ Episcopal Church at
Solana Road and Sari Juan
Drive in Ponte Vedra offers
dinner in the parish, hall for
youth and families at 6:15
p.m. A children's art program
is held from 7 to 8 p.m.
Church choir school to
develop musical skill and
Christian formation is offered
for age 3 through sixth grade
prior to Wednesday evening
,dinner. The:school is free and
is given by Dr. Timothy
McKee, Music Director of the
church. Call 285-61'27.
*Youths in grades six
through 12 meet at 7 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. on Sundays follow-
ing Sunset at Palms in the
Youth Center/Fellowship Hall
at Palms Presbyterian Church,
3410 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Call 246-6427.
*Dynamic Disciples (grades
K-5) has resumed at First
Christian Church ,of the
Beaches from 6:30 to 7:45.
Teens in Motion Youth Group
meets for special events and
trips. The church address is
2125' Oceanfront, Neptune
Beach. Call 246-2010. .
*Familvy NBible Church at


4760 Palm Valley Road has
Building Blocks for children
ages 3 to 6 and Kids Club for
grades one through 5 meeting
at 7:15 p.m.- Bridge Builders
for grades 6 through 12 meets
from 7 to 8:30- p.m. Call 280-
5694.
' *Kernan Blvd. Baptist
Church at 4000 Kernan Blvd.
S. has YouthAlive with Bible
Study and worship for grades
seven through 12 from from 7
to 7:45 p.m. Preschool and
children's choirs through 6th
grade meet from 7 to 7:45 p.m.
Call 641-4588.
*Youth from Beach United
Methodist Church, Third
Street at 7th, Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach, meet 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. at various loca-
tions. Directions to
"Wednesday meetings are
handed out at 247, the
church's Sunday night worship
service for youths, held 6 p.m.
to 8:45 p.m.
"New Beginnings Baptist
Church at 1050 State Road
Al A in Ponte Vedra offers Kids
K'Nextion- for ages 3 to fifth
grade, Praise Band, and middle
and high school youth activi-
ties beginning at 6:30 and 7:30
p.m. Call 285-4288.
*Ponte V'edra United
Methodist Church at 35
Executive Way in Ponte \'edra
has activities for youth meet 5.
p.m. to 8 p.m. Cherub and
Children's choir meet at 5:45
Sp.m. Youth, Creative Arts
Ministry is from 5:45 to,8 p.m."
Other youth activities are held
during the week;:'and Junior
and Senior High Youth Gioup
meet on Sundays from 6 to 8
p.im. Cal1280-5141.
*Neptune Baptist Church at
407 Third Street in Neptune
Beach has games, drama,
music, and topical messages
for youth from grade six
through twelve. Sixth through
eighth graders meet from 6:30
to 7:30 p.m. and ninth
'through twelfth graders meet
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Call 249-
2307.


Forums to explain Islam and other faiths


by KATHY NICOLETTI
STIFF WRITER . -
Upcoming meetings of the
Adult Forum at St. Paul's by the
Sea Episcopal Church "will
.look at other faiths to get a bet-
ter understanding of what we
have in in common and what
our' differences are," said
Corky Borders, a member of
the committee that organizes
the St. Paul's Adult Forum.,
Through the Adult Forum ,
we try to address the "reli-
-gious, social, and political
issues that face Christians," he
said.
"The discussions are non-
judgmental and and done with
respect of other people's opin-
ions."
Guest speakers representing
the Muslim, Buddhist, and


Incredible Edibles
The 11th annual Incredible
Edibles will be held from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday,
Nov. 18 at St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal Church. Containers
of homemade soups,.
casseroles, and baked goods
will be for sale along with craft
items, books, and theme bas-
kets. The French Cafe will,
serve breakfast and lunch. The
church is at 465 11th Ave. N in
Jacksonville Beach.

Family Matters '
"Family Matters, a Parenting
Conference" will be held today
through Sunday at Christ,
Episcopal Church. Speakers
will include three nationally
recognized parenting experts.
The conference is free and
open to the public. Free child-'
care will be provided with pre-
registration.' Christ Episcopal
is at 400 San Juan Dr. in Ponte
Vedra; call 285-7390 for. infor-
mation. The Youth Ministry at
Christ Church is also organiz-
ing a teen camp-out this week-
end, beginning Friday.
Speakers from the Parenting
Conference will speak 1o the
youth. Area churches are wel-
come to bring their youth
groups; , contact Josh
Fordenbacher ' at Christ
Church for information about
the youth camp.

Mommy & Me
Chabad @ the Beaches offers a
fall session of Mommy & Me
and Bagel Babies activities for
children from 6 to 30 months


Jewish faiths will provide
information about their reli-
g j ns at the q'ext thrje Adult
F�nrm meetins..A
e The. weekly meetings are
e held at 8:45 a.m. on Sundays
1 in the Stormes Hall School
Library on the church campus.
e The community is welcome to
at ttend, said Borders.
d The first of the upcoming
f Forums will be a presentation
s on Nov. 12 by Ahmad Parvez
representing . the Islamic
Center of Northeast Florida.
The Islamic Center has been
"very interested in sharing....At
e the end of Ramadan, they
invited people from other
- faiths to come to the Islamic
Center," said Borders.
This Forum may give infor-
mation about Muslims who
" have. a more moderate inter-
' pretation of the Koran, he


old. Arts and crafts, exercises,
baking, music and other expe-
riences will be included in the
activities for the children.'
Contact' Leah Kurinsky at
Chabad for information and
times by calling 285-1588.'
Chabad is located at 521 A1A
N in Ponte Vedra.

Prayer for Schools
On Thursday from 9:30 to 11
a.m, a group meets at the
Winston Family YMCA to pray
for school, media, families,
and church. The YMCA is on
Landrum Lane in Ponte Vedra.
For information call 285-0267.


Celebrate Recovery
A biblical based program for
persons facing personal prob-
lems, meets every Friday at
6:30- p.m. in the fellowship


said.
On Nov. 19, Bill Mahew will.
speaks on i Baddhist religion.
js.ea pBiAngu'-Buddhist, he
will provide insights on
"another of the major reli-
gions," said Borders.
The last in this series will be
"ALook at the Jewish Faith" on
Dec. 3 '
Lisa Goldstein, from the
Community Education Office
at the 'Jacksonville Jewish.
Foundation, will be the guest
speaker..
This will give participants a
better understanding of their
ideas as well as answer ques-,
tions about the recent war, said'
Borders. ,
Earlier this year, the Adult
Forum series began by hosting
speakers from Mission House,
BEAM, and Habitat for
Humanity, said Borders.


hall . of Beach United
Methodist Church, 3rd Street
at 7th Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach. The pro-
gram emphasizes that through
worship and same-gender
small groups, people can work
on personal struggles such as
eating disorders, alcohol/diug
abuse,'and codependency. The
evenings'begin with dinner.
Call 249-2343.

Thrifty fashions
The Mandarin Christian
Women's 'Club November
Luncheon will feature
"Holiday,Fashions for Less" on
Tuesday at the Ramada Inn in
Mandarin.. The luncheon
costs $13.50 and will be held
from noon to 1:30 p.m. Doors
open at 11:30 a.m. Holiday
fashions from local thrift
s' hops will be displayed. An


We have had positive feed-
back from those who have
attended the,. Adult.j .rums, -
s cdBoI wrs. , "
St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal ' Church i's in
lacksonville Beach at 5th Street
'and 11th Avenue North. For,
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Forum call the church office at
249-4091. ,
Inmid-December, the Adtilt.
Forum series will, focus on,
Christmas traditions and ways'
to be less materialistic in
Advent and the, holiday' sea-
son, said Borders.
Beginning in January, the
Adult Forum will discuss the
,Windsor Report of' the
Anglican Council. Following
this in the spring, the topic will
be how people address their
upcoming death and how they
plan for it, he said.


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November 10, 2006


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Freshmen help Senators reload


ROB
DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


Reaction


to Nease

story hits

the Web

N ot surprisingly, reaction
has been swift and over-,
whelmingly critical of
the Nease High football pro-
gram following Tuesday's
announcement that the school
has been fined $20,000 and
placed on siLx years of restrictive
probation by the FHSAA
because two assistant coaches
offered special inducements to a
transfer player and his father.
What follows is a sampling of
reaction as posted on the
FlaVarsitv.com web site. Bear in
mind, however, anyone can
post an opinion regardless of
whether it is supported by facts.

Shrek0033: If it had been
any other school the\ would
have been kicked out of the
postseason . . Nease will not
make the probation period
without getting caught. This is
the beginning of the end for
Nease.

Sporty!: And here I was
thinking it was the scheme:
that they run that made them
so good.

fatboycane: $20,000 - that
Sctmld .be a down. payment on a
ciiddo for a home-school Mt-'14;
dent who lives in Duval but
attends school in St. Johns.

Shrek0033: Hey', fatboy, that
kid graduated last year and is
playing with "reptiles" now.

SNHSPanther I have to say
that I'm disappointed m this.
Cheating is cheating and it
doesn't speak well of the
integrity of some individuals in
the Nease program. Not what
Swe had in mind when some of
us formed the Touchdown
Club and tried to improve foot-
ball at Nease the right way.

. CTTK: .Although Nease was
helped out by still being
allowed to be in the playoffs,
the punirushments are more sig-
'nificant than they look. No
spring game means less oppor-
tunitv to evaluate newplayers
and improve team chemistry.

AuggyDogs: One word -.
cheaters. A lot of what they
have accomplished will defi-
nitely be tainted for a long
time to come. Not sure why
the punishment seems sob.light
.... just a slap on the wrist as
far as I'm concerned especially
since the head coach knew
what was going on.

sportztrk: Don't forget/that,
S.all athletic programs are on .
administrative probation for.
five years, which means there ,
will be a close eye on every
program for even the smallest
of violationss to punish Nease
even more..

Choctaw_fan: What most of
the posters are trying to say is
that this isn't much of a pun-
ishment. The fine is minimal
considering what Nease will ,
make for home playoff games.

Final Run: My only question
. is, Does the father get to keep
his job?

NHSPanther People didn't
need another reason to hate
Nease, The kids at Nease are
generally better off financially
and academically than the kids
at most schools they compete
with in sports.

Hey Yo!: Combined with pre-
vious sanctions against Nease's
baseball team, this says a lot
about their athletic department
and where their priorities are.

redfishron: Do you have
Character, Strength or Honor?
One out of three is OK.


By TALIA DAHLKE
SPORTS WRITER

Despite losing some key
players to graduation, the
Fletcher High girls soccer team
has reloaded for the upcom-
ing campaign and seems
poised for another run deep
into January's postseason.
But the regular season
comes first and the Senators
got off to a.good start with
Tuesday night's 3-0 victory
over tough district foe
Mandarin on the Mustangs
home turL.
Coach Megan Pardue could
not have been more pleased
with her team's performance
saying, "This was a huge game
for us. We possessed the ball
and dominated the game."
Having.lost three times last
season to the Mustangs,
including a heart-breaker in
the final 30 seconds of the
Gateway Conference champi-
onship game, this year's varsi-
ty'squad is showing immense
potential with such a big
early win, according to
Pardue.
"We really worked on
defense and our shape," said
Pardue. "The possession we
play on the field this year will
be much better."
Fletcher's season came to a
disappointing end last year
when it lost to Mandarin in
the conference final, then
came up short against the
Mustangs three days later in
the opening round of the
District 1-6A tournament.
While the team finished at
14-5-1, indi-idual talent was ;
so strong the Senators figured
to make a big splash in the
playoffs but fell flat with the
two hard-fought games
against Mandarin.
Although this years team is
younger with nine freshmen,
Pardue thinks the infusion of,
talented youngsters will bol-
ster the Senators.
Among the newcomers are
Kelsey Beckmann, Hunter
Summers, Jordan Dixon, and
Cec~i Babillis, all of whom
plaT4ion the club team First :
Coast Kyx, which won a state
championship.
"\VWe do have a young
team, but these players are
really strong," said Pardue.
Returning players include:
Teale Beckenbach, Kavla
Beckmann, Cara Bernreuter,


Samantha Hays, Taylor Hays,
Samantha Lance, Carolina
Lencina, Amy Mledis, Mary
Salfer-Hobbs, Michelle
Tsengas, and Kace Monahan.
The team features two sets
of sisters - Taylor and Sam
Hayes, and Kayla and Kelsey


Beckmann.
Lencina returns from a stel-
lar rookie campaign last year
to add scoring punch to
Fletcher's lineup. She scored
all three goals against
Mandarin and consistently
displays a deft touch at mid-


field and on scoring strikes.
Last year, Lencina, a transfer
student from Argentina, led
the Senators in assists and
was third in goals.
Minding the net this season
is Amy MNedis. Pardue said the
keeper "is just amazing" and


the coach is also pleased with
her team's defense.
As for predictions, Pardue
wasn't shy about her team's
prospects. "I am so excited for
this season,' she said. "I see us
doing well and winning con-
ference and district."


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FROM STAFF
Fletcher High's boys soccer
team started the season on the
right foot with a 6-0 victory
over Paxon Tuesday night.
Freshman striker Tony
kattteh scored two goals, while
junior Cabe Nolan, senior Jason
Phillips, junior Alex Santos and
sophomore Aaron
Gindlesperger all scored one
goal apiece.
The Senators (1-0) built a 2-0
halfti me lead,, then poured, it
on in the.final 45 minutes.
It's an interesting mix of vet-
eran players and young talent
on head coach lMike Levine's,
squad. Senior leadership is pro-
vided by midfielder Kwame:
Ajavon, Richard Huggett,
Andrew Mlcltrath, veteran varsi-
tv starter Sam.Allen, Phillips,
Tommy Long and Manuel
Salcedo.
Newcomers like iattreh, who
set a number of scoring records
last year for Fletcher Middle
School and Nick November are
expected to add scoring punch
to the very solid Senators mid-
field and defensive units.
Fletcher was slated to travel
to Gainesville Buchholz on
Thursday before its first home
game of the season next"
" Tuesday against Sandalwood in
a 7:20 p.m. start. The Senators
will .round out the second week
of play when they travel to
Wolfson next Thursday.

GIRLS SOCCER
Nease 2, St. Augustine 1 .
The Nease High girls soccer
team improved to, 3-0 with a
road victory in soggy condi-
tions at .cross-county rival St.
Augustine.
The two-time defending state
champion Panthers rallied from
a 1-0 deficit after the Yellow
Jackets', Vonda Zebrakova put
home a rebound following
Nease goalkeeper Catherine
O'Donnell's save on Aja
Ammar's initial shot.


-


. . . . . - Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Fletcher High's Richard Huggett fires a shot on goal during last week's Preseason Classic against. Pedro Menendez at Patton
Park. Senators head coach Mike Levine used the game to evaluate talent for his varsity squad.


Nease's Kristen Hoover
evened things with just under
16 minutes to go in the first
half when she weaved through
the St. Augustine defense and
banged aright-footed shot into
the back of the net.,
In the second half, Nease's
Meagan Thomas emerged from
a scramble in front of the
Yellow Jackets goal to score the
game-winner from about a foot
in front of the net.


The victory gave Nease a leg
up in the District 5-4A race.
Last Saturday, the Panthers
topped Episcopal, 2-0, for their
second win of the season. .I
Nease was slated to travel to
Flagler Palm Coast High on
Friday, then to Pedro Menende.z
next Tuesday. The Panthers first
home gale is slated'for Monday,
Nov. 20 against Mandarin at 7
p.m.


BOYS SOCCER
Nease 8, Atlantic 0
In their. first regular-season
game of the season, the
Panthers dominated Port
Orange Atlantic at the New
Smyrna Beach Sports Complex.
Sophomore Filip Ivanov
scored three goals for the
Panthers while teammate Kyle
Johnson found the back of the
net twice. Nease's other goals
scorers were Alex Castellanos


and Maxi Lang. Atlantic also
had an own-goal in the contest.
The Panthers outshot their
opponents, 18-0.

GIRLS CROSS-COUNTRY
The Nease High girls cross-
country team will compete in
Saturday's state finals in Dade
City at the Little Everglades
Ranch. The Panthers qualified
through their finish at last
week's Region 3A-1 meet.


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.Photo by RO&BDeANGELO
Senators midfielder Carolina Lencina (22) returns from a stellar rookie campaign to add scoring punch to Fletcher's lineup. She got
off.e.nrthe right foQt with three goals Tuesday against district rival Mandarp,. , ,,. -. . . . .-
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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
2006 FALL SOFTBALL
STANDINGS


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TPC SAWGRASS
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9-3
9-3,
9-3
5-8
1-13
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10-4
8-5
6-7
6-7
4-8
2-12


C DIVISION EAST
HUXHAM 12-2
TWISTED SISTER ..9-3
PONTE VEDRA KINGS 8-41
DADDY'S RANGERS � 7-5"
BOOTLEGGERS 5-9
DORSA CONSULTING 7-6
DONOVAN HEAT 5-6
TERRY'S . 2-11
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TEAM MULLET 10-5
LOC DOGGZ 10-6
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J'VILLESCENE.COM 5-9
SUNRISE SURF SHOP 3-13
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AS OF
November 3

Aqua Aerobics
Water exercise program pro-
vides 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 UNF Aquatic Center at 620-
2854:

Basketball League
Beaches Basketball League
winter registration for boys and
girls ages 3 years old through
5th grade is taking place now
through Dec. 1. The season
runs from Jan. 2 until March
and features an 8-game sched-
ule.
For more information visit
beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-
2611.
Basketball
A new basketball league is
forming for boys 16 and under
who are interested in playing
extra basketball. There will be, a
tryout at the beach to partici-
pate in the NAABP winter
league.
For more information, phone
Jeff or Chris Tranovich at i904)
247-7073.

Girls on the Runi
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.GOTRnellorida.org.
Soccer
Registration for the Ponte
Vedra Soccer Club's spring sea-
son began Nov. 6. Electronic
registration is available via the
Internet at PonteVedraSoccer-
Club.com.
Cost is $130 and all new
players must provide a copy of
their birth certificate. Children
must have turned 4 by July 31,
2006 in order to play.
Registration will end Jan. 10,
2007 and the season takes place
from March to May.

Strollerfit
Strollerfit - exercise with your
baby. Outdoor classes where
mothers turn their strollers into
portable exercise machines are
taking place in Atlantic Beach


Ph,,lo iutrri mea
Heather McElwee, of Ponte Vedra Beach, has accepted a full
athletic scholarship offer from Penn State University. The Nease
High senior competes for Gymnastics Unlimited in Jacksonville
and is a two-time U.S. national team member.


Thursday and Saturdays, and Fort
Caroline Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. until
10:30 a.m.
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Tennis
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Seniors must be over 50 years old
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Registration is now taking place
for Beach Girls Fitness, an outdoor
fitness program for women.
Camps involve total body work-
outs designed to help women lose
weight, gain energy and build self-
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Camps take place Mondays,
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Sideline injuries become common


A anyone who saw the
video of Penn State
University football
coach Joe Paterno's injury last
weekend at Wisconsin now
knows what many of us have
known for years. Football
injuries do not occur only on
the held, but also can affect
those standing on the sideline.
WVisconsin's DeAndre Levy
and Penn State tight end
Andrew Quarless tumbled into
Paterno after a Quarless catch
and tackle by the Badger line-
backer near the Penn State
sideline. Levy's helmet drove
into Paterno's knee, immedi-
ately snapping it backwards
into hyperextension.
The veteran coach was
assisted to the players' bench,
and ultimately taken off the
field in a medical cart. Paterno
sustained a fracture of his tib-
ial plateau, the joint surface at
the top of his shin bone,
along with injuries to his
medial collateral ligament and
posterior cruciate ligament in
his knee.
Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli,
Penn State Director of Athletic
Medicine performed surgery
on the 79-year-old coach,
placing several screws in the


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GREGORY
SMITH, M.D.
CONTRIBUTOR


knee to stabilize the fracture
in an 80-minute operation.
Paterno, now in his 41st sea-
son of coaching, will wear a
brace and have to remain
non-weight bearing on that
leg for six weeks. The morn-
ing after surgery, Paterno was
reported to be already review-
ing scouting reports and game
plans from his hospital bed.
He anticipates that he will be
back to coaching this weekend
against Temple, although it
may be from the press box
high above the stadium.
Paterno's 360 career wins are
second among major college,


coaches to the 364 of Florida
State's Bobby Bowden.
While the actual number of
sideline based injuries is not
officially tracked by any med-
ical society, anyone on the
sidelines knows just how
quickly they can occur.
Just last year, I was covering
a high school playoff game
When a sweep came around
the end, and the tailback was
shoved out of bounds and
onto an 11-year old ball girl,
who happened to be the head
coach's daughter. Her leg was
displaced in an awkward posi-,
tion and fortunately I was able
to immediately set it and sta-
bilize her in a cast. She has
since returned to her ball girl
position.
One of the reasons that
these injuries can occur is that
the players are lust so darn
fast, that they come up on
you quicker than you antici-
pate, and it is hard for you to
get out of the way. You have
to be constantly aware or you
too can end up seeking treat-
ment. ,
Last year, while coaching f6r
the Vikings, current Jaguars
Assistant coach Mike Tice,
sprained his knee when a New
York Giants player was


blocked into him during a
punt return.
And in what is likely the
worst sideline collisions ever
occurred during the 1996 NFC
championship game in Dallas
when Green Bay assistant Gil
Haskell was knocked uncon-
scious as Cowboys safety
Darren Woodson and Packers
receiver Robert Brooks crashed
into him. Haskell lay motion-
less on the sideline for nearly
20 minutes, having suffered a
fractured skull and sustained a
brain contusion. Haskell did
ultimately recover from those
injuries and is now the Seattle
Seahawks offensive coordina-
tor.
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ed to serve as a replacement for
treatment bi vour repilar doctor.
It is onli' designed to offer pidde-
lines on the prevention, recogpi-
tion. and care of injuries and ill-
ness. Specific concerns should be
discussed with your physician.
Mail your questions to Gregory
Smith, AfD - Sportsmedicine.
1250 S. 18th Street, Suite 204,
Femnandina Beach, Fl 32034.


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Greisen helping Jaguars



shore up ailing defense


By REX EDMONDSON
SPORTS COLUMNIST
At a time when the Jaguars are
losing valuable experience to
injunes, the team hopes it has
gained one players who will
help the defense return to nor-
mal.
Nick Greisen was signed as an
unrestricted free agent in April
and lost no time in making him-
self useful. In Jacksonville's sea-
son-opener against Dallas,
Gretsen made a key interception
in the fourth quarter that helped
put a lid on the Cowboys as the
Jaguars went on to a 24-17 \ic-
tory.
Through the first eight games
this season, the outside line-
backer has 11 solo tackles, a pair
of assisted tackles and the inter-
ception which he returned six
yards. It was the first career
interception for the 6'1", 245-
pound Greisen. And the
Wisconsin linebacker is just get-
ting started in Jack Del Rio's sys-
tem.
It's never easy going from one
NT-L team to another - even for
a four-year veteran like Greisen.
The various defenses are now so
complicated, when a newcomer
loins a team his first love affair is
with the new playbook. The old
days when teams played defense
%with the color scheme: "\We just
knock down everybody not
wearing our colors" is passe. A
play er has to know his assign-
ments in multiple formations in
today's NTL.
Nick understands that. He
should. If he didn't learn that at
old Wisconsin U., Greisen got a
great higher education with the
New York Giants for four sea-
sons beginning in 2002. The
linebacker played for Tom
Coughhn, who has been known
to erupt like Mount Etna when
players don't suit him.
"You could learn a lot from
him." Greisen laughed. "He can
be tough - anyone with the
Jaguars in his days knows that -
but he's really a different man
off the field. People should
know some of the fine things
[Coughlin] has done."
Diplomatically, Greisen didn't
care to characterize his present
coaches, except to say the
Jaguars are well-coached and


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Nick Greisen has made his presence fell in the middle of the
Jaguars depleted defense this season.


well taken care of.
"I like this team," he said
recently from his locker after a
tiresome day. "We've got some
great guys and the fans really
give us support. I'm excited to
be here.
"We're going to make up for
those games we lost. We've had
some tough breaks with
injuries."
Greisen arnved in the NTL
with fine credentials. In college,
he was .All-Big 10 first team as a
senior, finishing his career with
337 tackles (201 solo, 11 sacks,
33 stops for losses and five inter-
ceptions.
As a high school senior, Nick
lettered in football, baseball,
track and wrestling. He couldn't


work in the soccer and pinball
teams.
Greisen's first NTL sack was
memorable. Danny WVuerffel
was the xic-tim. The linebacker
forced Wuerffel to fumble and
recovered the ball himself.
Another high mark came last
December when he sacked
Redskins quarterback Mark
Brunell in Washington.
laguars coaches say the 27-
year-old Greisen can play three
positions - but not at the same
time.
His hometown, Berlin, Wisc.,
is right up the road from Green
Bay. With his versatility and fire
for the game, maybe since e
Lombardi would have loved
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he high school soccer

season is underway
and Fletcher looks to
have strong teams once
again. The boys squad
opened with a 6-0 victory
over Paxon on Tuesday.



ABOVE LEFT: Senators
midfielder/forward Richard
Huggett (11) dribbles ,
around a Pedro Menendez
defender during last week's
Preseason Classic.

ABOVE RIGHT: Fletcher
senior midfielder Sam Allen
(17) weaves through traffic.

RIGHT: Senators junior
striker Cabe Nolan blasts a
shot on goal against
Menendez in the Preseason
Classic played at Patton
Park.


November 10,2006


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


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WEEKEND


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... B-6
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BARBARA
MATHESON
GARDENING
COLUMNIST


Donnant season

for plants now
W e are slowly mov-
ing into what we
call winter, a dor-
mant time for many plants.
Dormancy is starting now
and typically goes through
February. Today I will
refresh your memory as to
what things you can do
with your landscape during
the winter.
Because we do not get
many freezes, our plants
spend most of their lives
doing quite well, albeit with
Your careful assistance. But
not all areas have equal dor-
mancy.
The area between the
Intracoastal and the ocean,
for example, seems to
remain quite tropical while
' plants more inland - where
I live - go into dormancy.
Common summertime
annuals such as gingers and
S bougainvillea seem to han-
die the unique microclimate
of the Beaches area quite
well, and I enjoy seeing so
much foliage at the Beaches
when other areas have gone
dormant.
Dormancy is a time when
all growing slows down,
both on the roots as well as
above ground, and when
plants usually are not under
much stress, except during
an occasional hard freeze.
During this time of lower
stress, what we do to plants
is not as damaging to plants
as what we do during times
of growth.
One of the things we can
do during dormancy is to
prune plants. There are a
few plants that do best if
pruned while dormant. They
are the trees that lose their
leaves, that is, deciduous
: trees, and we have many of
those.
Fruit trees, with the excep-
tion of citrus, will want to
be pruned to keep an open
center with a central leader
itrunki.
Many of the common
landscape trees like River
birch, oaks, maples,
Bradford pear, etc. need a
careful look to see where
branches are rubbing, where
a branch might be decaying
or may have died, where a
branch or two just needs to
come out to better shape the
tree.
These are things that
every homeowner should do
sometime between the end
of November and the end of
February.
Trees and shrubs also typi-
cally do well if planted
while they are dormant.
Balled and burlapped trees,
as well as any container-
grown plant, can be planted
during the dormant time.
44 Typically we have events
that center around Florida's
Arbor Day, which is in
S January, when we can pur-
chase or even be given free
plants because it is the best
time to plant them.
The dormant period is
also a terrific time to look
at your landscape design
objectively and from a dis-
tance. You may want to thin
out a bunched area, add to a
bare area or remove plants
Syou simply don't' like in
order to make your yard
look more balanced from
the street.
I tackled the removal of
tons of variegated Aztec
grass one winter, and split
some of it up to go to a new
spot in the yard, and
pitched the rest simply
S because I really never liked
it! Since it was not actively
growing, it was easier to dig

See MATHESON. B-2


VETERANS DAY REMEMBRANCE



Mayport family gave up


house, son to war effort


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR

possession of Richard
and Agnes Mann's
home on the
Mayport lighthouse grounds
during World War 11.
The war also took the life
of the couple's youngest
son, Charles Byron Mann.
A 1st class machinist's
mate on a Navy amphibious
ship, Byron Mann was only
19 when he lost his life in a
Japanese kamikaze attack in
the southern Philippines.
John Mann was serving in
John F. Kennedy's PT boat
squadron, only 90 miles
away, when his younger
brother died on Dec. 5,
1944.
On the 19th anniversary
of Byron's death and less


than two weeks after JFK
was assassinated, John
Mann took his own life at
age 41.
"We were unaware how
much Byron's death affected
him," his sister, Betty Mann
McNamara, recalled in a
recent phone interview from
her New Smyra home.
"They saw each other only
once during the war, and
that was when they were
both home on leave in
1943."

A home for sailors

The Manns of Mayport
were a very patriotic family.
Richard Mann did not
allow red meat at the dinner
table during the war, and
refused to use his gas
stamps.
"He wanted everything to


U S NAVY photo
LSM-20 sinking stern first after a kamikaze attack at Surigao
Strait on Dec. 5, 1944. The ship sank in 20 minutes. Eight
sailors died, including Mayport resident Charles Byron Mann.


go toward the war effort,"
said McNamara, the
youngest of the five Mann
children.
"And we didn't do much
with sugar, either. Anytime
we went anywhere in his
truck, we picked up service-
men."
After Byron's death,
McNamara's father applied
for an early discharge for his
sole surviving son.
John Mann came back to
Mayport in the spring of
1945 and worked in his
father's poultry business,
but his heart was never in it,
his sister said.
Byron's death was hard on
everyone in the Mann
household.
McNamara's mother wore
black and grieved openly for
five years for a son she
named after a romantic 19th
century English poet, Lord
Byron.
"We couldn't play the
piano in our house for a
year," recalled McNamara,
who was 7 when Byron was
killed.
Times were considerably
happier at the Mann's
Mayport home before the
war.
The family owned proper-
ty and a two-story house in
back of the historic Nlayport
lighthouse.
Richard Mann had moved
the family there from Ponte
Vedra Beach after his job
with a dredging company
relocated to Sister's Creek.
When the Navy came to
Mayport in the early 1940s,
the Manns bought property
on Mayport Road and raised


See MANN, B-2


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"Last Dance" by Henry Von Genk Ill. Stellers Gallery of Ponte Vedra will exhibit the work of the
nationally recognized oil painter this month. Von Genk's work has been displayed at galleries,
museums and commercial mural installations worldwide, yet he resides and works here locally.
Von Genk's work offers the viewer a unique and visionary interpretation of our natural world.


Stellers unveils Von Genk exhibit
I


Stellers Gallery of Ponte Vedra will exhibit
the work of nationally-recognized oil
painter Henry Von Genk, Ill beginning
today.
According to gallery owner Hillary R..
Tuttle, Von Genk's work has been displayed
at galleries, museums and commercial mural
installations worldwide, yet he resides and
works here locally. Von Genk's work is wide-
ly collected and respected in the oil paint-
ing field. Von Genk's work offers the viewer
a unique and visionary interpretation of our
natural world.
The opening reception is today from 6
p.m. until 9 p.m. at 240 AlA North, Ste. 13.
The new work will be on exhibit through-
November with several pieces remaining in
the gallery after the opening.
Throughout the year, Stellers Gallery has
selected artists from around the country to
be a part of its ongoing exhibits. "We are
very excited to feature Henry's work and
appreciate his interest in having us repre-


sent him in northeast Florida," said Tuttle.
Von Genk's love of the tropics and the
ocean shines through his work, which cen-
ters on the beauty and nature of our earth.
From the salt marshes of Florida, and the
Caribbean Sea, his work portrays the play of.
sunlight on the state's natural beauty, and
are generally devoid of man-made intru-
sions.
Von Genk has been an accomplished
Artist for 24 years. He is a self-taught artist
who has mastered a realistic style of land-
scape painting. His use of glazing and shad-
owing techniques bring richness and depth
to his paintings which capture life's subtle
nuances and bring his paintings to life.
His works are owned by private collectors
across the country as well as internationally
and include many well known celebrities
and major corporations. The event is open
to the public.
For more information about the exhibit
and artist, call 273-6065.


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Lucie Roberts, left, and Melody Jackson in a scene from
"Cavedweller," now being staged at the Atlantic Beach
Experimental Theatre.



ABETs 'Cavedweller


at Adele Gr age Center


FROM CONTRIBUTOR
Based on the novel by
Dorothy Allison,
"Cavedweller" tells the story
of Delia Byrd, the 43-year-old
lead singer of the group Mud
Dog.
When her rock-star
boyfriend dies in an accident,
she decides to leave Los
Angeles and return home to
rural Georgia with . her
teenage daughter, Cissy, in
tow. Back in Georgia is the ex-
husband, now dying of can-
cer, and the two daughters,


Dede and Amanda, that Delia
abandoned 14 years ago.
To rebuild a family from
the ruins she left behind,
Delia has her work cut out for
her, but in those ruins and in
that work lies the promise of
her redemption.
"Cavedweller" originally
opened at the New York
Theatre Workshop in 2003.
"Cavedweller" runs
through Nov. 18. Tickets are
$15 and $12. For reservations,
call 249-7177, or visit
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Beaches Storytellers meet

Sunday at Southside library


The Beaches League of
Storytellers is organizing a
TELLABRATION on Sunday
Nov. 12, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at
the Southside Library, 10599
Deerwood Park Blvd.
TELLABRATION is celebrated
all over the U.S. during
National Storytelling Week,
Nov. 12-18.
The Beaches League of
Storytellers was founded in
1983 by Marjorie Harrell and


Kathleen Wilson. The League
has 20 members and meets the
second Saturday of the month
at the Ponte Vedra Branch
Library. Meetings are at 10:30
a.m., September through May.
The aim of the league is to
encourage and develop the art
of storytelling in all ages.
TELLABRATION is free.
For more information, call
Nancy Avera at 285-1238 or
Marianne Stein at 280-2976.


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'The Three Broadway Divas" will perform with the Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. today and Saturday in Jacoby
Symphony Hall. Call 354-5547 for ticket information.


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November 10, 2006


Matheson: Dormant


Cont. from B-1
up and play with during that
dormant time.
Research has found that if
shrubbery is kept away from
the house at least eight inch-
es, it will lessen the possibility
of termites becoming a prob-
lem. So, if you have founda-
tion plants that have turned
into hedges, the winter is per-
fect for getting behind them
and chopping off large areas
to accomplish that objective.
Dormant periods are espe-
cially good for renewing the
soil in the beds by adding
compost, grass clippings, peat,
leaves, etc. and really giMing
the nutrients in those things a
good chance to blend in with
the existing soil.,
We tend to forget that this
replenishment is critical, and
simply keep fertilizing and
watering.to get a plant to look
better, when all it really need-
ed was some decomposing
materials. ; ' .
By the way, mulches are
good at replenishing nutri-
ents, if you use the right
mulch. The red colored stuff
will break down, but I still am
not sure what makes it so red
and whether that additive is
dangerous in the long run.
Certainly the large bark
chips will not break down
very much, nor will rubber
mulch. But throughout the
winter you can add a bag, or
two of smaller-sized mulch, a:
* few bags of good soil, or have
a load of good topsoil deliv-
ered and slowly peck away at
it-using it as a base for renew-
al. Places like Mulch Masters
provide different grades of dirt
as well as types of mulch.
One winter I used the time
to eliminate masses of
Mexican petunia that had
spread absolutely everywhere.


It was quite a chore because I
had to spray Roundup in its
highest concentrated form
and had to repeat it numerous
times before the roots of that
stuff had all died.-
. Then I had to dig it all out,
and replenish the soil. You
know that I never replanted
anything in those areas
because I liked how clean it
looked after removing all that
clutter of plant material!
After the holidays, when the
bills are finally paid, installing
an irrigation system or refin-
ing yours with different heads
is a perfect task to undertake.
You can get someone to come
now to give suggestions and
quotes, but save the actual
project for winter.
I have several areas that
need to be adjusted with dif-
ferent sprinkler heads, and -
since nothing will be actively
growing at that time, it seems
best to fuss with the system
Then, ' :
Come December and
January, we usually do not
need to use the irrigation sys-,
tem but once every 10-14
days.
With the foliage gone, all
the ugly, messy, debris-gather-
ing places show themselves as
stars, and what better time to
tackle that project but in the
winter? Typically that task
also involves a thorough
cleaning out of the garage.
debris as well! :
, So, be thinking of what you,
need to do for your landscape
during the upcoming months.
It is a quiet time for the
plants, so take advantage of
that window and get some
landscape chores done before
the spring when all we want
to do is plant flowers and fer-
tilize the lawns.
Have a good week.


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QUILTS!, the current exhibi-
tion on display at the Beaches
Museum & History Center
through Nov. 18 features any-
'thing from roaches to hearts,
and from log cabins to
"Oriental Ladies."
In addition to those quilts
recently constructed, many of
the artworks date back as far
as the 1930s.
The 22 quilts in the current
exhibition depict a range of
quilting styles: hand and
machine piecing and quilting,
hand and machine embroi-
c dery, and applique. There is a
1940s carriage quilt; a whole
cloth quilt; a crazy quilt; a vic-
tory quilt, and several log :
cabin quilts - made using a
variety of fabrics and colors.
* The "Pioneer Braid" quilt has
hundreds of different fabric
choices while the "Victory


, Quilt" features tiny hexagons
of fabric from.the 1930s. ,The,
"Tidal Pools" and "Circle
Quilt" contain batik; while red'
and white fabric make the
"Log Cabin Red" quilt a dra-
matic presentation.
jacksonville Beach City -
Councilor Linda Spence creat-
ed "A Guys Quilt," with
embroidered roaches, for her
husband Jud using a scanned
image of a real dead roach.
Several pest control compa-
nies have offered to buy it,
according to Beaches Area
Historical Society director
Holly Beasley.
The Beaches Museum and
History Center is in Pablo
.Historical Park. The Museum's
hours are Tuesday through
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
p.m. Admission is $5 for
adults, $4 for seniors.


Mann: Died in kamikaze attack in the Philippines


Cont. from B-1
chickens.
Local servicemen stayed
rent free in the family's
* garage apartment and ofter
took meals with the Manns
"Hundreds, maybe thou-
sands, of chickens were sca
fied by the Manns so the
young men in uniform cou
have home-cooked meals o
the Sabbath," wrote Maypo
native Helen Cooper Floyd
in,'Tieri:ei-mi ir "In' he
'Shadow of the Lighthouse:
Folk History of Mayport,
Fla."
"The newly-built resident
on Mayport Road became a
home away from home for
many young men stationed
at the nearby base. Mrs.
Mann sponsored a teenage
group at the church which
provided youthful company
ionship for these sailors."
Sailors also attended serv
ices at Mayport Presbyteria
Church, and sang in the
choir. Three Mayport girls
married servicemen, accord
ing to Floyd's memoir, whi
briefly describes the day th
-Manns learned of Byron's
death in the Philippines.
"Ironically, Agnes and
Richard Mann were destine
to join those giving the,
greatest sacrifice to the war
effort," the memoir.said.
"During the Christmas se
son of 1944, a courier - :.
arrived at their home with
the dreaded, two-star
telegram which the War
Department sent to so man
'The news, arriving in mid-
December, darkened the sa
dest Christmas in village h.
tory."

Sandscrapers at Leyte

In her memoir, Floyd err
neously says Byron Mann
"was lost during the Battle
Leyte Gulf."
In reality, Mann died sey
eral weeks after that decisi
naval engagement in one c
the first kamikaze attacks c
American ships in the
Pacific. : .. ,
Mann was stationed on
LSM-20, a unique class of
landing ship that spearhead
ed the invasion at Leyte GL
and was later used in the
invasions of lwo Jim and
Okinawa.
LSM-20 was among a var
guard of amphibious vessel
that participated in the
large-scale landings in the
Philippines preceding the
Battle of Leyte Gulf.
The boats, nicknamed
/"sandscrapers," carried
troops, ta nks and cargo
ashore, on Oct. 20, 1944.
Gen. Douglas MacArthur
made his well-publicized
return to the Philippines
aboard a similar amphibior
craft. "
Code-named "King Two,'
,the landings at Leyte were
the "largest and most com-r
plex ever attempted in the


Pacific," according to
Thomas J. Cutler's 1994
book, "The Battle of Levte
Gulf."
1 "Only the D-Day landing
i. in Normandy, several
months before, rivaled it."
ri- The ensuing naval battle
between U.S. warships and
Id Japan's Imperial Navy four
n days later is considered to be
)rt the biggest and most multi-
faceted in naval history.
"- Dozens 'ofT7i Ps we " " -
A- -sunk and-thousands-of men"'
went to the bottom of the
. sea with them," Cutler's
ce: book says.
"It introduced the largest
guns ever used in a naval
J battle and a new Japanese
tactic that would eventually-
kill more American sailors
and sink more ships than
- any other used in the war.".
the new Japanese tactic
- was a corps of pilots known
n as kamikaze, which in
Japanese means "divine
Swind."
I-
ch Sink in Surigao Strait
e
Byron Mann was in the
engine room aboard LSM-20
when a bomb-laden
-d kamikaze plane struck the
ship while it was operating
r in Surigao Strait, just off the
southern tip of Leyte.
ea- According to.a Navy web-
., site, the suicide bomber
S'- crashed into the vessel 3 feet,
above the waterline and just
aft of the conning tower.
iy. "The bombs exploded in
the engine room causing fire
d- ahd flooding," according to
is- research by navsource.org
and the USS LSM/ LSMR
Association.
"LSM-20 would sink in 20
minutes with the loss of
o- eight enlisted men and the
wounding of two officers
of and seven enlisted men."
Mann and fellow machin-
- ist's mates Samuel Lyons and
ve- Willie Cost were among the
if eight dead. Two other ships,


LSM- 23 and LSM-34, were 1
also sunk or damaged by i
kamikaze attacks on Dec. 5, s
1944, raising the death toll P
that day to 19.
McNamara believes her f
brother made it out of the n
engine room and onto a hos- r
pital ship before he died of
smoke inhalation. p
McNamara said Ken Tuten, t
Mannr's best friend on LSM-
20 traded her brother a box
0 s ev bail . .oo$T
VVr their older'slefAyr. -1
Tuten, a sailor from' Jasper,
.Ha., married Barbara Mann
,after the war. .
John and Byron Mann
both joined the Navy after
graduating from Fletcher
High School in 1940 and ,
1942, respectively. .
Byron wanted desperately
to be in combat, his sister
said, and volunteered for the
submarine service.
When he was turned
down, Mann joined the LSM
program, eventually serving
on a ship that earned two
battle stars, one for V\VWII
service and another for the
liberation of the Philippines.
"Both my brothers lied
about their age when the)'
enlisted," recalled
McNamara, a former princi-
pal at Mayport Elementary.
"Brvon was a hard worker
who liked to read. He had a
drafting table in his bed-
room and he was into pho-
tography.
"My father was definitely
wounded by his death.
Byron was going to come
home and go Into business
with my dad."
Mann's remains weie ini-
tially buried in an American
cemetery in Manila. They
were exhumed .five years
later and returned to the
states.
John and Byron Mann are
buried in a family plot in
Jacksonville's Evergreen
Cemetery.
At John's funeral service in


963, Jacksonville Beach res-
dent John Maguire, who.
erved as JFK's radioman on
?T 109, gave the eulogy.
"I've lost two of my best
friends, and they were both,
iamed John," McNamara
ecalls MacGuire saying.
S"You can imagine what the
patriotism was like back
hen," she added.
"It was a different world."









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Sanchez exhibit at J. Johnson


When the J. Johnson
Gallery announces
an opening, it is
always an event we anticipate
with pleasure. The exhibits at,
the Johnson gallery in
Jacksonville Beach are always
a new experience because the
art is new and different.from
most of the art we see in local
galleries.
The works can be shocking,
beautiful, disgusting, large'
scale and small scale and
always educational, giving vis-
itors a look at successful
emerging artists from all areas
of the country.
From Nov. 17 through Jan.
26, Miami artist Yolanda
Sanchez will be exhibiting her
new works. The artist uses a
vibrant color palette in creat-
ing tropical foliage for her
abstract.gardens.
Sanchez is an artist with
scholarly background; having
.received a Ph.D. in clinical
� psychology from Florida State
University in 1979. She
taught psychology at the grad-
uate level for 26 years.
-Abstract art requires imagi-
nation, intelligence as well as
skill to be successful. You will'
find the works of this artist
.inspiring and a refreshing
change.
The J. Johnson Gallery is
located at 177 4th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, and is
open Tuesday through Friday
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on
Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach will open
* the "Precious Objects" exhibi-
tion tonight with a reception
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.


ALICE
GARTLAND
ART SCENE


This exhibit features one-of-
a-kinrid gifts, jewelry, small
sculptures and hand blown
glass. All pieces are available
for purchase, and .the opening
is free and open to the public.
This: exhibit precedes the
opening of the center's fund-
raiser, Holiday Shoppes
, Southern Style, which will
open Nov. 15 at the Sawgrass
Marriott Resort.
* Featured at the event, which,
runs through Nov. ,18, is a pre-
view of Southern cooking with
Chef Scott Peacock's award-
winning Southern dishes. The
event is scheduled 6:30 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Nov. 15.
OnTriday, Nov. 17, Peacock
will demonstrate his award-
winning recipes while you
sample his dishes.
Other hours for Holiday .
Shoppes are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Nov. 16; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. No.'
17 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov.
18.
The center is at 50 Executive
Way, Ponte Vedra Beach. For
information, call 280-0614.
The Riverside Fine Arts


Series will present
"Anonymous 4," a veteran
female vocal quartet present-
ing American music from the
Appalachian and Ozark moun-
tain regions at 8 p.m. Friday,,
Nov. 7, with special guests
Darol Anger on fiddle and
Scott Nygaard on guitar.
The program will take, place
at the Good Shepherd Church,
1100 Stockton St.,
Jacksonville. Tickets are $25
each, $5 for students with
valid ID.
* * *
The Jacksonville Watercolor
Society will open its fall show
at the St. Augustine Art ;
Association Sunday with a'
reception from 2 p.m. to 5
p.m.
The gallery is located at 22
Marine St., St. Augustine.:
Refreshments will be served,
and the public is welcome.
"Old Florida Remembered,"
the paintings of Henry Von
Genk Ill, will open tonight at-
Stellers Gallery at Ponte Vedra,
240 State Road AIA North,
Suite 13. A wine reception
will be held from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. tonight. The public is
welcome. Call 273-6065.
The Cummer Museum of '
Art and Gardens presents this
week's lecture, "Archiving
History: Examining Today's
View of the Past," at
Jacksonville University, Terry
Concert Hall, at 7 p.m..- ,,
These lectures are being pre-
sented in conjunction with
the upcoming exhibit at the
Cummer Museum, Temples
and Tombs," which will open
Dec. 22. Call 366-6857 for


information.
The gift shop at the
Cummer Museum is featuring
"Pharaoh's Treasures," where
you might find exotic gifts for
Christmas giving.
The Jacksonville Museum of
Modern Art features art activi-
ties for children and families
free of charge every Sunday
from noon to 4 p.m. For
information call 366-6911.
,. " � , ,' * * * '* ' 1 "'
Visit the Atlantic Beach
Cultural Center and enjoy,the
artworks of more than 20 local
artists in an exhibit titled,
"Around Town."
Familiar streets, buildings,
beach landmarks, dunes, trop-
ical foliage and much more
are recorded on canvas and
paper including some
abstracts. ' . '
The exhibit will be at the
Center through Dec. 8 and is
free and open to the public.
The Cultural Center is located
at 716 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. Call 246-2110.
I;.1 received word this week
from George Kinghorn, direc-
tor of the Jacksonville
Museum of Modern Art, that
the museum has changed its
name to the Museum of
Contemporary Art
Jacksonville.
The reason: the distinction
between "modern art" and
"contemporary art."
NModern art refers to artistic
production from approximate-,
ly 1880 until the end of World,
\Var 11. Contemporary art
describes art produced from
1945 to the present.
Modern art constitutes new


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exhibit called "Into the Blue" at Hibernia Gallery in Neptune"
Beach. For more details about the gallery at 108 1st St., call
249-7321.


definitions of art, new forms
of media and an ever-broaden-
ing scope of artistic expres-
sion.
JMOMA has built a reputa-
tion of presenting innovative


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art with primary emphasis on
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artists. In fact, works created
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Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) is a solitary IRS agent who hears a female voice narrating his every action, thought and feeling in alarming pre-
cise detail in the comedy "Stranger than Fiction." The film also stars Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman.



:Williams on target in Man of the Year


by SARAH LINWOOD;
CONTRIBLITOR
T his-reporter's often
S / thought TV's ludge Judy
should run for president.
Her common sense and sin-
* cere outrage at the devious
characters appearing on her
reality show clearly delineate
the direction of her moral
compass.
Now take a step sideways:
try to imagine the result if a
comedian ran for president.
That's&thepremise of "Man.
of tli .a-r,i' abit of fluff with
an occasional left hook aimed
both at lobbyists and mega-
corporations.
'"Man of the Year," written
and directed by Barry
Levinson i"\Vag the Dog,"
"Rain Mlan," "The Carol
Burnett Show") follows the
same light note about the
nation's chief executive as
"Dave" and "The American
President."
\Vho, possibly, could believ-


Regal 18
A Good Year. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1;05, 3:55, 7:35,
10:15. .:
The Return. Rated PGI3. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:50, 3:45, 8:05, 10:30.
Stranger Than Fiction. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:40, 3:15,
7:40, 10:15. . : .. '
.-0" . * " ' ' *0
Borat. Rated R. Fri.-Thurs.,
12:10, 2:30. 4:50, 7:55, 10:20.
S " . . .. : , . , ,',
Flushed Away. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:30, 1:00,' 2:35, 3:30,
4:40, 5:35,. 7:15, 7:415, 9:35,
10:25.
The Santa Claus 3: The
Escape Claus. Rated G. Fri.-'
SThurs., 11:35 a.m., 12:05, 2:10,
2:40, 4:45, 5:15, 7:20, 7:50,
9:55, 10:25. . ,
Babel. Rated R. Fri.-Thurs.,
12:15, 3:25, 7:30, 10:35.
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ably play such a role in this
polarized election year?
You needn't be a profession-
al casting director to quickly
settle on Robin Williams. 1
Williams, who both works
and talks frenetically in real"
life, has proven he can play
serious roles in addition to
comedy.
The hick opens with
Williams performing a famil-
iar and clever schtick in front
of a studio audience.
He shows wit and cleverness
to his many watchers, though
wisdom and--wryvress also ,
manage to sneak through.
A woman asks our hero why
he doesn't run for president,
and either as a lark or a way
to advance his career, grabs
and runs with the thrown-
down gauntlet.
At first, his entourage of
writers, friends and managers
discourage him.
The quirky Christopher
Walken ("Annie Hall," "The


Flags of our Fathers. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:10, 3:05, 7:10,
10:00. : .
Marie Antionette. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:20, 3:35,
6:45, 10:10.
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The Prestige. Rated PGI3.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:45, 3:40, 6:55,
.9:40. : '
Manof the Year. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:20, 4:10, 8:00,
10:30.
. ;. . -. , , ' * * * ' "
The Departed. Rated R. Fri.-
SThurs., Noon, 3:20, 7:00, 10:10.
The Queen. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thfirs., 12:25, 3:00, 7:25, 9:50.
The Guardian. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 3:10, 6:50, 10:05.
Keeping Mum. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:55, 3:50, 6:40,'9:30.
Open Season. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:35.


Deer Hunter") takes the role of
"sweet voice of reason."
In the beginning, though, it
isn't clear whether as
,Williams'.manager he's more
interested in his 10 percent
cut of Williams' earnings or
concern for both a profession-
al and personal friend.
Walken, whose performanc-
es are always a pleasure to
watch, grudgingly gets behind
the idea - particularly after
Williams is allowed to join an
impartial presidential candi-
date debate. *
'",A,, l'liams steals the show -
and it's believable due to
Williams' real persona.
To most everyone's surprise,
Williams, 55, wins the elec-
tion.
There is, however, an unbe-
liever. Laura Linney ("Mystic
River," "Dave"), a geek at the
firm where the entire nation's
electronic voting machines are
manufactured, finds a soft-
ware glitch.


As is too often the case with
human nature, her boss tries
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NEW ON STAGE

Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
2 Tymin' are in at 9 p.m. today
and Saturday.
* * * .
Culhane's Irish Pub, 967
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach*
249-9595. Don't Tell Anne are
in at 9 p.m. today and
Saturday. Michael Furige plays
traditional Irish music at 6
p.m. Sunday.

Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub. &
Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 242-9499.
Cloud Nine appears at 9:30
p.m. today and Saturday.
Spade McQuade is in every
Sunday.
* * *� '
Freebird Live, 200 N. First
St., Jacksonville Beach * 246-
BIRD. . Good Fortuane,
Scholar's Word, and New
School Dropouts play at 7 p.m.
today. Switchfoot with Moses
Mayfield *at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday. Tickets are $18
Ballyhoo, Danka, Jolly Roger
and Nacho Grande play new
rock Sunday. Mushroomhead
with Brand new Sin and The
Autumn Offering play nu-
metal Monday. Tickets are $15.
The North Mississippi Allstars
and guest Spencer Dickinson
are in Thursday.,

Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
First St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181. The Yankee Slickers
appear at 10 p.m. today.
Rathkeltair is in at 10 p.m.
Saturday.

Ragtime Tavern, Seafood &
Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach * 241-7877.
The El Toro Loco is in today.
Ron Perry plays Sunday.

WEEKLY STANDARDS

Aromas Cigar, Wine &
Martini Bar, 880 AIA N., Ponte
Vedra Beach * 280-2525. Le
Monde Quartet plays Latin
music Tuesdays. The Jason
Anderson Group performs'
. every Thursday. Jose LeBtibA
and The LeMonde Quintet per-
form every Saturday.

Bo's Coral "Reef, 201 Fifth
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach *
246-9874. DJs and female
impersonators weekly.

Brix, Jacksonville Beach. Jazz
great Teddy Washington is in
every Wednesday through
September. .
* * " ' ', '. V " *' * * '- ,.-':'' '
Cap'n Odies, 2200 MNayport
Road, Atlantic'Beach * 241-,
8848. Live music from 9:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. today and
Saturday. Country night every
Sunday.
S., , N* * .
Caribee Key, 100 N First St.,


Neptune Beach * 270-8940
Pili Pili plays reggae .ever.
Friday and Saturday.

Champs Lounge, Sawgras
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach * 285-7777
Cloud Nine are in today ant
Saturday.
' ' "- � * * �
Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub 8
Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.
Jacksonville Beach * 242-9499
Cloud Nine is in from 7-1(
p.m. followed by Jimmy Solar
every Wednesday. SpadE
McQuade plays : tradition
Irish music every Thursday
Meridian plays tradition
Irish music at 4 p.m. Sunday.

Fly's Tie, 177 E. Sailfish Dr.
Atlantic Beach * .246-4293
Nolan Neal is in Monday
Songwriter's night with Sett
Ramsdill every Tuesday
Reggae with. Pill' Pili every
Wednesday. The Wes Cobi
Band is in Thursdays. Mystii
Dino and the 420 Band are ir
Sunday.

Giovanni's, 1161 Beacd
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach ,
249-7787. Mary Ann Hawkins
plays piano Thursdays. Th(
Amanda Finch Jazz Quintel
performs today. Pianist Mati
Hall appears Saturday.
* . * . * . O,
Homestead Restaurant, 1712
Beach Blvd., Jacksonvillt
Beach * 249-9660. Kenhe and
Sleepy every Friday. NMike
Shackelford Band appears
Saturday.
'. , ,* , , * , , , . , ,,
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N
First St., Jacksonville Beach
249-5181. Live music at 10
p.m. today and Saturday
Karaoke every Sunday. Little
Green men perform every
Monday. Spiderbaby is in
every Wednesday. 3 appears
every Thursday.
, * **
Mackenzie's Steakhouse, 10C
Sawgrass Village, Ponte Vedra
Beach * 543-9143. Gene
Nordan plays piano Tuesday
'tbicp~ulgiyT TIursday T Din
k Mih ' ard - is '-in i alurdal.
Michael Howard plays Sunday.
Will Hurley performs Fridays
and Monday.

Max's Restaurant, 1312
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach * 247-6820. John Evans
plays the piano every Friday
and Saturday.

Ocean Club, 401 First Street
North, Jacksonville Beach.
Mystic Roots in the tiki bar
every Tuesday.,Fifth South and
the Glass Camels are in the
Bubba Lounge every
Wednesday. Reggae with Pili
Pili from 4 to 8 p.m. every
Sunday.

Sawgrass, 43 PGA Tour Blvd,


Music


Jeremy spins Top 40 and hip
hop inside every Friday. DJs
Mike Bruce and Flava spin reg-
gae in the tiki bar every
Sunday. Matt Caulder spins
indie every Monday.
* 00
Spare Time Tavern and
Grille, 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 246-8360.
DJ Hook spins Saturday.

The Ritz, 139 Third Ave., Jay
Beach, * 246-2255. DJ Danielle
is in every Monday and
Tuesday. DJ Anonymous spins
Wednesday. DJ Marco spins
80's every Thursday. DJ [bay is
in every friday and Saturday.
* 6 0
Vinoe, 822 A1A N., Ponte
Vedra Beach * 285-0991. The
DJ Wali spins acid jazz for
Metropolitan Night every
thursday.
Note: Acts and perfonnance
days are not always available for
all clubs at press time. Send to
mnitchell(a'beachlesleader.coin.
Call 249-9033 for infonnation.


roiC,. [)uDmnrmed
Film and stage veteran Kevin Pollak will appear Nov. 17-18 at
the Atlantic Theatres Comedy Club. Tickets are $25 and $20.
Call 249-PLAY.


Ponte Vedra Beach * 285-3133.
2 Ralph "E" performs top 40's,
e blues, oldies and jazz every
1 Friday and Saturday night.

s Shelby's Coffee Shoppe, 200
1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-2922. The John Thomas
. Group with Debra Rider plays
cabaret jazz from 10 a.m. to 1"
p.m. Sunday.

Spare Time Tavern and
Grille. 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 246-8360.
s Eric Wink performs Tuesdays.
Yankee Slickers are in every
Thursday. Reggae with Delions
of Jah every Friday. The
,.Hopeless appears Saturday.
),The Jim Essery Band performs
Sunday.
., - ..., - - - i * * * .. , t . ;
r .S.unf , Dog- Tavern, . .207
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach
* 241-8221. Chuck Nash and
the Zen Twvins rotate every
Wednesday. Chroma appears
on the first Thursday of every
month.
* :': ' ' : " � O * " ' ' '*"
Tra Vini Italian Restaurant,
216 Ponte Vedra Park Drive,
Ponte Vedra Beach Beach *
273-2442. Tony Saladino per-
forms jazz piano and standards
Thursday through Saturday.
* * *
Tree Steakhouse, 725-6
Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach *
241-5600. Mary Ann Hawkins
is in Wednesdays. Mike
Shackelford performs Friday.
Kenhe is in from Saturday.

KARAOKE


The Atlantic, 333 N. First St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Jocelyn &
the Geronimos host karaoke
every Tuesday.

Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
Karaoke every Wednesday and
Thursday.


.. .. * * *
Lynch's Irish Pub,
First St., Jacksonville
Karaoke every Sunday.
* * *


514 N.
Beach.


Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 third Street S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
every Tuesday, Wednesday,
Saturday and Sunday with a
contest at 11 p.m. every other
Thursday.
..... * ( . .., b 'icb
Spare ,IT.im. e Taven .,..and
Grille, 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
every Wednesday.

NOW SPINNING

The Atlantic, 333 N. First St.,
Jacksonville Beach * 249-3338.
DJs spins hip hop and retro
Thursday through Saturdays.

Ocean Club. DJ Scott Henry
Saturday. D. Infader spins in
the Bubba Lounge every.
Tuesday. DJ Robert Goodman
.spins Top 40 and Old Wave
every Wednesday. DJ Blaze
spins Top 40 and hip hop
inside on Thursdays. DJ Kevin
Durgin spins old wave and 70's
outside every Thursday and
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Times-Union Center of the
Performing Arts, 300 W. Water
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at $25. Call 354-5547 for infor-
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BIG BAND CONCERT
Jacksonville University stu-
dents perform classic standards
and modern arrangements of
music in the Big Band era at
7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Terry
Concert Hall at Jacksonville
University, 2800 University
Blvd., Jacksonville. Admission
is free. Call 256-7370 for infor-
mation.

SWING WITH THE
SYMPHONY
The Jacksonville Symphony


photo submitted
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra will be joined by '"The
Three Divas," Jan Horvath, Christiane Noll and Debbie Gravitte,
today and Saturday at Jacoby Hall. See concerts above.


Pops Concert kicks off the
annual concert and golf tour-
nament beginning with dinner
Sunday at the Sawgrass
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach. The tour-
nament is 'held Tuesday.
Proceeds will benefit the JSO's
educational programs. Call
373-9868 for information.

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at the Cultural Center at Ponte
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CALENDAR


Friday, Nov. 10
Parenting � conference
Nationally recognized parer
ing experts Dr. Anthony Wo
Dr. Ron Taffel and Dr. Jan
Nelsenr' share their insight ai
practical advice with parer
in the Jacksonville Beach
community over three days
,"Family Matters: A Parentii
Conference."' The Frida
Sunday event takes place
Christ Episcopal Church, 4(
San Juan Drive,. Ponte Ved
Beach.. Pre-registration w
iequuied by Nov.' 1, but ti
conference is free to the pu
lic. Free child care is availal
foi children of all ages. Lund
is offered for $6 per adult ar
$5.per child up to 5th grad
For more information, conta
the church office at 285-612
or visit www.christepisc
palchurch org. . .

Water conference: TI
Environmental Center at tl
UI university of North Flori
,nd District IV of the Florid
Federation of. Garden Clul
are sponsoring a region
water conference, \Vat
Matters???, from 9 a,.m. to
p.m. in the Brooks College'
Health Building 39, First Floc
Room .1009 (A & B) at UN
The conference will focus -
preserving arid protectir
Florida's water resources ar
encouraging individu
responsibility. Cost for th
.event, which is open to.tl
public, is $15. For information
or reservations, call Ma
Miller, ; District IV Floric
Federation of Garden Clubs,
904-264-7565, or Claire Fiori
president of the Garden Clu
of Switzerland, at 287-9772.


Saturday,
e: Nov. 11
t-� Breast cancer walk: Flagler
lf, College's Campus Cure for
ne . Cancer fourth annual 5K
nd Breast Cancer, Walk begins at
ts 10 a.m. from the college court-
ies
in yard. On-site registration
in starts at 9 a.m., For informa-
ng tion, call Amanda Cole at 937-
y- 609-0417 or e-mail acole@fla-
at
00 gler.edu.
ra Photo workshop: St. Johns
as .County nature photographer
he and photojournalist Terry
b /Brown leads a photographic
le workshop at the Guana
ch Tolomoto Matanzas National
d. Estuarine Research Reserve.
The two-day workshop, which
27 runs from noon to dusk Nov.
11 and sunrise to noon Nov.
o- 12, will feature hands-on,
photo excursions -into the
he Reserve, including a, sunrise
session on the beach. The cost
he is $99, and space is limited to
da 10 participants. Reservations
db and advance payment are,
al required. Call the GTM
al Reserve at 904-823-4500 for
er reservations. '
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of ' Retreat: Lila's Healing Beach
r Retreats ' offers an all-day
I retreat and a variety of ways to
n condition' and strengthen
ng mind and body, including
al yoga, tai chi, reiki, reflexology,
is life coaching, acupuncture,
his meditation and jazzercise. The
h retreat runs from 7:30 a.m. to
n 6:30 p.m. at Cobalt Moon, 217
da First Street, Neptune Beach.
a' ee is $65 for the whole day or
t $75 including lunch at Sliders.
ti, Contact Christina at 631-8173
for information and to register


or go to www.culi-
narycomforts.com and click
on the link to Lila's Healing
Beach Retreats.

, United Way: A two-day arts
and 'crafts show to benefit the
United Way of St. Johns
County will be held Nov. 11-
12 at Francis Field on West
Castillo Drive, St. Augustine.
Show hours will be from 10
a.m. to. 4 p.m. both days.
Admission to the show is free.
For information, call the
United Way of St. iohns
Count-y at 904-829-9721.

Sunday, Nov. 12
'Girls Night Out':
Collections of Stein Mart on
Amelia Island will host a
"Girl's Night Out" at 6 p.m. to
.benefit Micah's Place. Micah's
Place, Inc., the only certified
domestic violence center serv-
ing the residents of Nassau
County, offers safe emergency
shelter for women and chil-
dren who are victims of
domestic violence, as well as
outreach, community educa-
tion and awareness programs.
Tickets are $10 and can be pur-
chased at Collections of Stein
Mart on Amelia Island or by
calling 904-491-6364. All
event activities are on a first-
come, first-served basis and
are included in the ticket
price.

Love without pain: Love
without Pain, a day course on
improving relationships using
Buddhist wisdom, will be held
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Cobalt Moon Center, 217 First
St., Neptune Beach. Buddhist
teacher Carol Lutker will lead


the program, which costs $25,
$15 for students. Register at
386-246-4092.
Monday, Nov. 13
Children's book week:
Children's Book Week will be
celebrated through Friday at
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library, which also has other
Special events coming up. The
Friends of the Library presents
its Great Decisions program at
7 p.m. Nov. 20 and also offers
Great Music-UNF Jazz Combo
at 7 p.m. Nov. 20.

Endangered whale: The
Sierra Club's November meet-
ing puts focus on iight whales
as they begin their season
migration through this area.
Frank Gromling, an active
MNarineland volunteer, will
present "The Endangered
Right Whale" at 7 p.m. in the
auditorium of Fletcher High.
School, 700 Seagate Ave.,
Neptune Beach. The session,'
which is open to the public,
begins with a social at 6:30
p.m. For information, call
Janet Larson at 247,-18%6.

Movie Matinee: The
Neptune'Beach Senior Activity
Center hosts Monday Movie
Matinee at 1:30 p.m. weekly.
Today's movie is "Glory
Road," followed next Monday
by "RV" and "Over the Hedge"
on Nov. 27. A soft drink,
candy, bar and popcorn are
available for $1. Reservations.
are not required.

Town meeting: Jacksonville
Mayor John Peyton, city coun-
cilman Richard Clark and
school board member Nancy
Broner hold a Town Hall


Meeting from 6:30 p.m. to 8
p.m. in the Kernan Middle
School Cafeteria, 2271 Keman
Blvd.' S., Jacksonville. For
information, call 630-1386.

Tuesday, Nov. 14
Community Hospice, at
'Senior Center: Community
Hospice will present a seminar
on Advanced Directives and
the 5 Wishes at 1 p.m. at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center, 2004 Forest .Avenue.
The presentation can help sen-
iors and their families make
educated and informed choic-
es now. Everyone is invited to
attend.. Call 270-1688 for
information.

Daughters of Confederacy:
The'United Daughters of the
Confederacy, NMattie T. Wright
'Chapter, meets at 11 a.m. at
.Selha Marina Country Club,
1600 Selva Marina Dr.,
Atlantic Beach. The speaker is
Juanita Dixon. Visitors are
welcome. For information, call
223-4435.

Get' Fit for Life: Beaches"
Pilates Classes are offered from
9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesday and
Thursday at Hollie's Dancin'
Dream Studio, 113595 Atlantic
'Blvd., .Jacksonville. For, infor-,
mation, call 234-003.8 or go to
www.beachespilates.com.

SThursday,
Nov. 16
Shopping night: The fourth
annual Holiday Shopping'
Night, an open house event,
will be held from 6:30 p.m.'to
9 p.m. at Christ Methodist
Church, 400 Penman Road,


Neptune Beach. The event is
sponsored by the First Coast
Chapter of Mothers & More.
For information, call 904-
858-3372.

SPCWA meeting: Author
and Players Club resident
Marina Thurston discusses her
book, "Blue Russia," with the
Sawgrass Players Club
Women's Association at 10
a.m. at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library. Thurston's
book is a fictionalized autobi-
ography about adjusting to life
in the United States after leav-
ing Russia as a young woman.
Guests are welcome.

Friday, Nov. 17
Healing arts: Dr./Andrea
Schaeffer-Pautz holds an open
house from'5:30 p.m. to. 7:30
p.m.. at the Persephone
Healing Arts Center, 485 6th
Ave. N., Jacksonville: Beach.
For information, call 904-246-
3583.

Saturday,
Nov. 18
Old-fashioned breakfast;
The second annual "old-fash-
iorned pancake and' bacon
breakfast" vill be held from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Senior
Center in Jacksonville Beach.
The cost is $3.50 per person,
and tickets will be available at
the door. Proceeds will benefit
Dial-A-Ride, which provides
seniors with a .way to get to
and from appointments, gro-
cery stores, drug stores and
libraries in the Beaches. For
information, call 246-1477.


MEETINGS


Friday
River City Singles Club:
The River City Singles Club,
Inc., a chapter of the Singles
- Association of Florida iSAFi,
holds a dance from 8 p.m. to
11 p.m. at the Knights of
Columbus Hall, 1501
Hendricks Ave., lacksonville.
Admission is 8,. $7 for mem-
bers. Live music, snacks and
etireshments are provided. For
information, call .779-1234.

Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
SInc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at St.
Paul's Catholic Chuich's
Family Life Center, 5-8 1st
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 24'-3299 for information.

Saturday
Adopt-A-Rescued-Kitty:
Kittens and cats that have been
.veterinarian-checked and test-
ed, and that have shots. and
been neutered, are available for
adoption from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m at PetCo at Atlantic and
Kernan boulevards.

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


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

Toastmasters: Beaches Area
Toastmasters Club 2862 meets
from"7p.mn. to 8:30 p.m. at the
Atlantic Theater on Atlantic
Boulevard. For information,
call C\-ndi Rice at 273-2759.

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

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

Railroad Club: The Beaches
Area Model Railroad Club
meets at 7 p.m. and also Friday
at 941 4th St. N., Jacksonville


Beach, behind Sportsmania.
The club is open to anyone
interested in scale model rail-
roading. For information, call
Dave Henk at 641-8800 or
Richaid Paul at 223-5133.

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

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

GTM Family Fun Hour: The
. GTM Reserve hosts a Family
Fun Hour the third Wednesday
of each month. The hour of
stories, activities and nature
crafts is suitable for ages 3 to
10 with parent. On Nov.. 15,
from' 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., the
theme is "All about Florida
Crabs" and the story will be
"Home for a Hermit Crab." All
materials will be supplied.
The Family Fun Hour is open
to groups. However, reserva-
tions"must be made by calling
904-823-4500.


:Fill Your Kids With (

'Information That (

Will Enrich Their
, Lives & Prepare

lThem for the Future

SThe Newspapers in Education program (NIE)
offered by The Beaches Leader, Ponte Vedra
.. . _Leader is an excellent way to prepare our children
" . . for their future Children who are exposed to ', '*
information in their community through
Spreading the newspaper generally do better
. A in math, reading, and social science classes
and generally have better comprehensive skills.
Best of all, this program is FREE for our teachers to sign up their .
whole classroom and get a paper in every child's hand. It is a
wonderful way for them to learn and explore their -
surroundings. There are lots of ways you can use the
newspaper to learn, including writing assignments,
Investigative projects and even arts & crafts. Hurry up and let's get your ne Bw,- Lw*
children started in getting them prepared for the future. To get started please Rwo edra eUdo
contact Linda Borgstede at 249-9033 or email her at linda@beachesleader.com. T
You can also go to our website WWW.BEACHESLEADER.COM and fill out
"* the enrollment form under the NIE link and fax it to our location 249-1501.






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W OBSERVANCES
AS.MESee complete list on A-2


FALL
FESTIVITIES

THANKSGIVING
DINNER
Thanksgi% ing Technique
Cooking Classes are being
offered at the Williams-Sonoma
stores at The Avenues and at St.
Johns Town Center. Classes are
being held Nov. 12 and Nov. 13
(Roasting and Carving) and Nov.
19 and Nov. 20 (Gravy and
Sides). For information, call the
stores directly.

NATURE WALK
Join the Friends of GTMNI
Reserve and birding experts
Linda and Jerry Harrison Nov.
11 for a "Birds, Botany and
Breakfast" nature walk. The
walk will begin at 8 a.m. at the
Guana River Dam trailhead
parking lot. located off A 1A at
Guana River Road, and take
about twio hours. It will be fol-
lowed b. coffee, orange juice
'and donuts.
The cost is $10 per person for
the guided walk and continental
breakfast, $5 for Friends of
GTMNERR members.
Reservations can be made. by
calling the GTM Reserve at 904-
823-4500: space is limited.

HOLIDAY
SHOPPERS
The Holiday Shoppes
Southern Style at the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
begins with a Gift of Southern
Cooking Preyiew Party from
6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 15.
Chef Scott Peacock also offers
Southern Samplings from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m. Nov. 17. The
Holiday Shoppes are open to the
public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
* Nov. 16, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov.
17 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 18.
The per-person entry fee for the
Shoppes is $5.


The 52nd annual Greater
Jacksonville Agricultural Fair
runs for three more days, wrap-
ping up Sunday at the down-
town fair grounds. There's fun,
entertainment and friendly
competition for the whole faim-
il ) . .' . " . ..'


The Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra's winter exhibition,
Precious Objects, opens Friday
and runs until Dec. 20. A free-:
and-open-to-the-public recep-
tion honoring invited artists
%%ill be held from 6 p.m. to 8
p.m. All pieces in the exhibi-
tion will be available for sale.
The Cultural Center galleries
are free and open to the public
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
to Saturday. For information.
call 280-0614 or visit
www.ccpvb.org.

Local writers Bill West and
Steve Robertson are the latest
to xisit the Jacksonville Beach
Starbucks. 2400 3rd Ave. S.
The two authors lead a books-


and-coffee session Friday
night. For information, call
285-2258.

POW! (Promoting
Outstanding Writers) kicks off
its conference weekend and
second annual POW! Awards
presentation with two events
Friday. At 3 p.m., out-of-state
POW! members will be at
Borders Books. Southside
Boulevard. At 7 p.m., at the
:Barnes & Noble .of Mandarin.
is the POW!
Showcase. " featuring 10
authors. artists and a jewelry
exhibit, as well as a perform-
ance by Johara. That event is
free and open to the public.
The POW! Conference will be
held Saturday at the Ramada
Inn. Hartley Road. Mandarin.,
For information, visit the web-
site at http:'/pow l00.com-
POW! Awards.'Conference or
call Caryn at (904)-268-6229.


A Contra Dance at Cobalt
Moon will be held from 8 p.m.
to 11 p.m. Saturday in the


Water Studio, 214 Orange
Street. Neptune Beach. Contra
Dance is a community dance in
which a caller, working with a
group of live musicians, guides
new and experienced dancers
alike through a variety of
dances.
All levels of interest and skill
are welcome. For information.
call 246-2131.

Florida mystery writer Claire
Matturro will be at The
Bookmark in Atlantic Beach at
2 p.m. Saturday -to read' from,
* and sign copies of her new
book. "Bone Valley."
Matturro. also the author of
"Wildcat Wine" and "Skinny-
dipping." used to be an appel-
late attorney.

Jacksonville Jaguars tight
end Kyle Brady invites dads
and their children to the First
Guaranty Bank All-Pro Dad
Father, and Kids' Experience
from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday at Alitel Stadium.
While dads hear a presentation


on "10 Ways to be an All-Pro
Dad" in the Club Lounge, kids
will play supervised interactive
games on the practice field.
The cost is $10 per family.
which includes Dad and up to
four youngsters. The event is
recommended for kids ages 5
and up. Registration can be
accomplished at
http://www.AllProDad.com.

Under the direction of John
Ricci, director of Jazz Studies
at Jacksonville University, the
18-member JU Big Band per-
forms at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday in Terry Concert
Hall on the JU campus. The
program features a variety of
music that will evoke .memo-
ries of past bands and perform-
ers, to include the Count Basie
and Duke Ellington Orchestras
and trumpet great Gerry
Mulligan.
The JUL Jazz Combo I-fea-
turing students Wes Arvin on
guitar. Jevauhn Jones on elec-
tric bass and David Cain on
drums-will highlight the
show, which is free and open


THE ANNUAL

PONTE VEDRA

OA WOMEN'S CLUB

HOLLY BALL
The Ponte Vedra Woman's Club will hold
a gala black-tie event Dec. 1 at the Ponte
Vedra Inn and Club. The Holly Ball, which
begins at 7 p.m. and costs $100 per person,
represents the club's largest fund-raising
effort of the year. All proceeds will benefit
M. "local charities, including the Betty Griffin
V House, Florida School for the Deaf and
* ;Blind, B.E.A.M., Beaches Habitat and
".. . . . ... ... ' : .. pi ... N.M mission House.
......... 4 t Louise Gentry is the event's chairperson.
For information and tickets, call 285-7236.

Louise Gentry, left, and Jo Moore prepare for the annual Ponte Vedra Woman's Club Holly Ball, which supports local charities and will
be held Dec. 1 at the Ponte Vedra Inn and Club. For tickets, contact Gentry at 285-7236.


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...IF YOU


STAY HOME


KICK BACK & RELAX


SPICE UP
HOLIDAY CUTOUT
COOKIES

Dust off your rolling pin
and cookie cutters - cutout
cookies are a classic symbol
of the upcoming holiday sea-
son. Cutout cookie success


begins with a cookie dough
made with real butter. Add a
little spice with popular holi-
day flavors such as car-
damom and crystallized gin-
ger and finish the cookies
with cute. colorful decora-
tions.
Warm, fragrant cardamom
and real butter combine to
create an unexpected take on


C your friends with

FESTIVE TREATS.


CRYSTAL
GINGERBRE


Courtesy of A.M


the standard sugar cookie.
Natural, raw cane sugar
replaces granulated sugar,
adding a crisp, crunchy tex-
ture. This adult-version of the
sugar cookie is still fun for
kids to cut out and decorate.
Crystallized or candied gin-
ger punches up the flavor of
traditional gingerbread men.
Chopped crystallized ginger
adds a touch of sweetness to
temper the spicy gingerbread
dough, and small bits of can-
died ginger are perfect for
adding eyes and buttons to
the cutout cookies.

For cookie platter-perfect
cutouis keep the following
tips in mind:
* Never use spreads or
margarine to replace butter in
a recipe. Spreads contain less
fat and more water than but-
ter and will not perform the
same.
* Keep your cookie dough
chilled in between baking
batches. Only work with one
small piece of dough at a
time; keep remaining dough
in the refrigerator.
* Roll cookie dough
between two layers of lightly


INGREDIENTS
**':.Cookies .
4 cups all-purpose flour
2 tsp. ground ginger
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 tsp. baking powder
1/2 tsp. baking soda
3/4 tsp. fine salt
1/4 tsp. ground white
pepper.. ,
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/2 cup coarsely
chopped crystallized
ginger* (about 3 oz.)
1/2 cup firmly packed
dark brown sugar
2 tsp. freshly grated lime
or orange zest, optional
1/2 cup (1 stick)
unsalted butter, softened
1 cup molasses
1 large egg,


floured parchment or wax
paper. Cookie dough will roll
evenly and is easily removed
from the paper..
* Prevent cookies from
sticking to baking sheets by
simply covering sheets with a
layer of parchment paper or
by greasing the sheet with
butter.
* For crisp-looking, well-
defined cookie shapes, place
cutouts on a cool cookie sheet
and refrigerate before baking.

CARDAMOM
CANE-SUGAR
CUTOUTS

Makes 3 to 4 dozen
sugar cookies

INGREDIENTS
, Cookies
I and 1/2 cups (3 sticks)
unsalted butter, softened
1 cup natural (raw) cane
sugar*
2 large egg yolks
4 cups all-purpose flour
3 to 4 Tbsp. pre-ground
cardamom or 2 to 3 Tbsp.
freshly ground cardamom
seed**


DECORATING ICING
6 Tbsp. (3/4 stick)
unsalted butter, softened
3 cups confectioners' sugar
Pinch salt
3/4 tsp. pure vanilla extract
2 to 3 Tbsp. lime, orange
or lemon juice, at
room temperature
Crystallized ginger cut
into 1/8-in. bits, optional

* Crystallized ginger, als<
called candied ginger, can bi
found,-at specialty food market
or online at gingerpeople.com
Look for' slices or chunks o
crystallized ginger that are soft.
METHOD , '
1. In a large bowl, whisi
together first 8 ingredients; se
aside.


1/2 tsp. salt
I Tbsp. lemon or orange
zest (about 1 large lemon or
small orange), freshly grated,
optional

DECORATING ICING
6 Tbsp. (3/4 stick) unsalted
butter, softened
-3 cups confectioners' sugar
Pinch salt :
3/4 tsp. pure vanilla extract
.2 to 3 Tbsp. lime, orange ot,
lemon juice, at room temper ,
nature
-Additional colored sanding
sugar, optional, for decorat-
ing

* Use large, granular-type
cane sugars; in particular,
large crystal Turbinado sugar
or Demerara.
** Cardamom can be found
in the spice section of most
grocery stores.,

METHOD
1. In a medium bowl, com-:
bine butter and sugar; cream.
together until light and fluffy.
Beat in egg yolks. Add flour,
cardamom, salt and zest;
blend until dough is evenly
mixed. Adjust cardamom to'


2. Place crystallized ginger in
a. food processor' with a metal
blade. Pulse to coarsely chop.
Add brown sugar and zest, and
process until ginger is finely
chopped and incorporated into
the sugar.
3. Combine butter and sugar-
ginger mixture in a bowl; cream
together until light and fluffy.
Add molasses; beat to combine.
Add egg; beat to combine. Add
o dry ingredients, and mix to conm-
e bine. Divide dough into 2 equal
s portions and drop onto large
.sheets of plastic wrap. Flatten
f into disks about 1-in. thick and
wrap tightly. Refrigerate at least
2 hrs.
k 4. Preheat oven to 375 degrees
t F. Line baking sheets with
parchment paper or butter the


taste.
2. Divide dough in four
balls on sheets of plastic
wrap, and flatten each into a
disk. Wrap tightly, and chill
for at least I hr. or overnight.
3. Preheat oven to 350
degrees F and line. baking
sheets with parchment paper
or butter them.
4: Take I ball of dough
from refrigerator. (Keep
remaining dough chilled.) On
a lightly floured surface with
a lightly floured rolling pin,
roll dough out to 1/8- to 1/4-
in. thickness. Cut into shapes
and place on prepared baking
sheets.
5. Bake until bottoms just
begin to brown, 8 to 10 min.
Transfer to wire rack to cool
completely. Continue to roll,
cut and bake remaining
.dough.
6. For the icing, combine
butter, sugar, salt and vanilla
in a mixing bowl. Beat at low
speed, gradually adding juice
to reach desired consistency.
Decorate completely cooled
cookies as desired.

Courtesy ofARA Content


sheets. Roll out dough on a well-
floured surface, 1 portion at a
time (keep remaining dough
refrigerated), to 1/8- to .1/4-in.
thickness. Cut into shapes. Place
1 in. apart on baking sheets.
5. Bake 6 to 8 min. Cool cook-
ies on pan for about 8 min.
Transfer directly onto a wire
rack to cool completely. Re-roll
dough scraps and cut out more
cookies.
6. To make icing, combine
butter, sugar, salt and vanilla in a
mixer bowl. Beat at low speed,
gradually adding juice until the
desired consistency. Decorate
completely cooled cookies as
desired using small bits of can-
died ginger for eyes and buttons.

Males 3 tp 4 dozen cookies.


to the public. For information,
call 256-7370.

The fifth annual Crafternoon
will be held from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday at Jarboe Park in
Neptune Beach. Crafternoon is
a family-oriented event that
features arts and crafts, food
and music. There also will be a
silent auction for decorated.
wooden keepsake boxes. The
interactive event, which bene-
fits the Children's Home
Society of Florida, is sponsored
by Natural Life. For informa-
tion, contact Liz Morgan at
904-388-1650, ext. 15.

The John Thomas Group's
cabaret jazz can be heard every
Sunday from 10 a.m. to I p.m.
at Shelby's Coffee Shoppe, 200
First Street. Neptune Beach.'
Next month Thomas, honored
Nov. 2 with a Jacksonville
Follies Award, celebrates his
sixth anniversary of playing the
grand piano at Shelby's.

Tellabration! offers story-
telling for the whole family
from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Jacksonville
Southeast Library, 10599
Deerwood Park Blvd., off Gate
Parkway near Butlet
Boulevard. The event, which is
free and open to all ages, is
sponsored by the Beaches
League of Storytellers,
founded in 1983.
For information,
call 280-2976.


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WITH THE KIDS


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ArounL t.e Ho.e


Silver is special


Whether it's a special
occasion or you're
setting a holiday
table, few things make the
meal as special as real silver.
Sparkling silver is a joy to
behold on the table and lets
everyone know that the meal
to come will be beyond the
ordinary. One of the draw-
backs to silver, though, is its
care.
Many people are becoming
increasingly more informal in
their dining because of the
lack of time to devote to the
care and cleaning of real sil-
ver.
However, like special meals,
taking the time to create an
elegant table is more special -
and more memorable and
magical - when it's set with
silver.
Take the time this holiday
season to dress up your table
with silver. Having silver
cleaned and ready in advance
of your meal is the best way
to make sure you don't skip
using it.
Observe some care guide-
lines when getting silver ready
to use for your special meal.
Following these guidelines
will keep your silver not only
looking wonderful for the
occasion, but will also pre-
serve it as an heirloom for
years and generations to
come.
Silver care guidelines
Don't wash silver in the
dishwasher. This is rule No. 1.
As tempting as it is to wash
silver in a dishwasher, resist
this. Dishwasher detergents
are harmful to silver finishes,
etch them, and can perma-
nently damage your silver.


Don't risk it.
Use respected silver prod-
ucts. Some people do every-
thing from cleaning silver in
the dishwasher to dunking it
in muriatic acid. It's best to
use products meant only for
use on silver. Silver polish is
meant for silver and uses spe-
cial abrasives that are safe. for
silver. ,
Silver polishing cloths.
Sometimes a quick buff is all
your silver needs to come
back to life. Specialized silver
cleaning cloths won't scratch
and are specially designed to
polish silver. Find them at
your home, linen or depart-
ment stores.
Wash 'our silver as soon as
possible. Foods.such as salt,
eggs, and acids from vinegars
are harsh to silver. To keep
these from harming your sil-
ver, be sure to collect all the
flatware after the meal and
place it in a plastic tub or
bowl of warm soapy (not hot)
water.
Hot water can loosen sol-
ders from old knives or other
pieces. Empty out and rinse


Phoro i unmined
There's no doubt that a special meal and a special time is about to had at this beautifully set table. Gorgeous gleaming silver
domed plate covers, candlesticks, and serving pieces all stir excitement for the meal to come and make the meal extra special.
Care of silver will provide more enjoyment and preserve it for generations to come.


any silver containers or bowls,
being sure to remove the salt
from silver shakers immediate-
ly.
Let the food soften, but not
for too long and then remove
the silver and begin washing.
Line the sink with a soft towel
for washing. Afterwards,
place the silver onto a soft dry
towel and dry immediately to
avoid spots. Avoid soaking


any piece, such as candlesticks
that aren't solid or other
pieces that are soldered or
made up of more than one
piece because water, as well as
detergent or cleaners, can get
into the silver and be difficult
to get out and could cause
damage.
Preserving your silver
One of the keys to preserv-
.ing your silver and keeping it


looking good for a long time
is to store it properly. Storing
silver in special silversmith's
cloth will keep the surface
from being scratched or dam-
aged.
Itf you're serious about pre-
serving and protecting your
silver, store it in-the silver-
smith cloth bags and then
place those into plastic zipper
bags, removing the air before


sealing.
Silver's biggest enemy is air.
Removing the air around your
silver will keep it shiny and
clean and ready' to use for
your next occasion.
Make your table gleam this
Thanksgiving and for many
meals and holidays to come
by adding that special sparkle
that can only come from sil-
ver.


Timely Tips


PUMPKIN PEELING - The pulp into a bowl and let cool address book, I list the names
easiest way to peel a pie pump- before adding the other ingre- of spouses, children, parents,
kin is to cut the pumpkin in dients for the pie. Linda H. aunts, uncles (even pets), etc.,
half and scoop out the insides. * * * under the main name. This
Microwave each half, cut side THE NAME GAME - I keep way, when I need this informa-
down, until tender. Using oven track of the hames'of people s tidn,'it's light at my'fingertips.
mitts, scoop out the softened relatives very easily. In my Nydia G.






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$174.900 568-4818.
WATER VIEW LOT
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St. Augustine
Waterfront Home: Pristine throughout. 3BR/3BA 2.714 SqFi.
Boat dock, ii-law suite. $849,900
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OCALA NATIONAL Forest Lots. $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-2215
or (352)236-4579.
www.ocalaforestland.com/2nd *
LOT FOR Sale, Jax Beach, appraised
$110K, 2005. Will sell to best serious offer
over $75K. (904)821-4744.
1+ ACRE Mountain Lots. Minutes from
Hayesvllle, NC, Hiawassee River and
Lake Chatuga. Build your home for a life-
time. Lots range in price from $54,900,
to $87,900. Call 828-389-8843 or 904-
254-9644.


OFF SAN PABLO, Covington Creek, all
briqk, 3/2, over 2200 sq.ft., on cul de sac,
too many extras to list, reduced for quick
sell, must see $359,900, 221-1630.1
FSBO, ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA;
Completely remodeledd, $213,900, 33g9
3084.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, fireplace,
new carpeting, tile, appliances, fenced
yard. $165,000. (904)993-9191.
NEW CANAL front home, isle of Palms
4/3, $765.000 Call 219-3050


A GEMI FSBO home in beautiful charm-
ing Paradise Cove One owner home is
immaculate 3'2 1267 sqit 616 Paradise
Court. Atlantic Beach $279,900. Call Le-
na. (608)213.3397.
OPEN HOUSES SAT 12-3PM
ATL BCH SELVA LINKSIDE
Several nomes open lor previewing Nov
11th Awesome 4BR/2 5BA..12 slory pool
$424,500 1660 Lr,nkside CI N. Call Kim-
berlee 472-5558 Magnolia Properties
REDUCED TO sell. 3.211 in Villages ol
Pablo off San Pablo Rd Fireplace dining
room. ear in kitchen fenced yard. new
carpel new paint inside and oul. asking
$199.000 220-6911 553-6105
BY OWNER, Jax Beach, 3,1 pool lire.
plate. close to beacn, $309,500 247.
0168 or 982-0039
JUST REDUCED lor a quick sale 2 or 3
BR, 2 lull BA, extra large lol, in ground
pool w/iacuzzi. pool house, fireplace. lots
of upgrades $379.000. Call Dee
219-1620.
ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2 Beach Cottage,
937 East Coast Dr: 2 biks To ocean, Fully
restored, Hardwood floors and walls
throughout. Walk-in closet. Large Oath.
room w/claw foot lub and separate rain
shower Loh guest room/ office, Sunroom.
Private backyard/ palio area: Lush land-
scape & gardens w/irrtgalion; Home
warranty will co-op 2 5% $775K.
MLS 332857. visit
www oceanwalk.us/937easicoasl.htm or
call 1904)993.1707
PONTE VEDRA 3BR/2BA, built in 1987
1.'2 acre, tront circular drive in cul-de-sac,
soaring fireplace, large family room, cus-
tom built bookcases $335K Call
(9041285-9007


OPEN HOUSE, Atlantic Beach, Saturday
11/12, 1-4pm, 63 West 4th St. (off May-
port) 3/2/2, 1234sf, 3 years old. Reduced
20k for quick sell. $229,000. 463-2006.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Totally remodeled,
3BR/.1BA, 1000sf.+, 50'x150' beautiful lot.
Granite, Jacuzzi, new carpet and paint.
Kitchen & bath redone In 2004. $625,000
OBO. 366 5th Street. Owner/ Broker.
(904)246-4104. �
THANKSGIVING OPEN HOUSE
No Turkeys...Just Turn-Keyl
Thursday, Nov. 23rd, 12pm-2pm
13858 Weeping Willow
All brick, lakefront
4BR/2BA, 2552sf., $470K
JTB, N. on San Pablo, LF at Pablo Bay
LF at Weeping Willow.
: Phyllis Staines, 476-SOLD
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate
WWW.PABLOBAYHOMES.COM


SAWGRASS 2PR/2BA, completely re-
modeled, new 30 year roof, 42" hickory.
cabinets, travefine'stone floor, Berber car-
pet and crown molding. Seller will pay all
closing costs. $289,900. 463-0505. '
RARE MARSHFRONT HOME Million
'Dollar view at ab:ut riall ine price Beaul-i
ful 4BR/2.5BA home w* pool on Ire marsh:
in Jax Beach. $54.9,9010. For nio see,
www.watson-realty.com. . MLS 314671'.
Call Kathy Ritter at Walson Realty
:853-2004. '


REDUCED INDiANi Woo.ds Jeplurie Benr
home 4BR'2BA, spill plan *w2 story
workshop Upgrades Priced under ap.
praised value 1to sell @ 5399 900 Drive oy
1525 Forest Ave Moti.ated seller
Will co-op 1904)463.7245


NEPTUNE BEACH duplex, 2/1 each, 2
blocks ocean, $499,000, 920 No. 2nd St.
at Bay St.,708-0731 or 241-8718.
ATLANTIC BEACH
HOME
*3BR/1BA, large lot, walk to parks/beach.
Newer kitchen floors and AC, sell below
appraisal at $205,000. Great Investment
opportunity. 651-6748 or 247-9244.
OPEN HOUSE, 1013 6th Ave..N Jax Bch.
Walk to the beach, large lot, pool, and
guest house. Sat & Sun. 1-4.
NEPTUNE BEACH fixer upper; perfect
for investor or owner/ occupant, con-
crete block, 4 blocks from. ocean,
$285,000, call Mark, 591-6976.
SOUTHSIDE - 7388 Secret Woods, brick,
3/2/2, 1895sf, $283,500 OBO, Independ-
ent, Brokers & Associates,' 247-4333 or
,10-31111
FSBO 4BR.3BA large corner 101o 1,3 acre.
6 biocrk 10 ,esachr Royal Palms in Atlanlic
Beacr,. .F269 00, -1 463-3738
LOWEST PRICE 2 1 2 block 0. ocean in
oid Allaniic Beacr ?BR'2BA all bIck
50'X1310 Iit 779,900 Call Deboran Ba,
iey, Rema.. Allanic 234.-725
BEACH SAN PABLO area. 3501 Claridge
Rd E Newlmy-iemodeled concrete block,
*2BR IBA large backyard $138000
22-3-51 49, 339 4685
VILANfO BEACH, Marer, View i.'rwnnrome
3,4 2900 sqn , $599,000 Owner realtor
504.3430


5210 000 TIFFAI', PINES. 3BR 2BA JAX BCH- 1170 141r, Avenue torlh.
large coiner lot Ille floors, new roool F P 1500s, 3BR2BA lenced yard, screened
many upgrades 992-2249or 514-7152 porch large greal room. lile floors pets
,_._ K $1300mc, 412-4618.


NEAR GAINESVILLE - lake view home or,
5 acres 4/3. 2950sl, bull 2002. $4693000
OBO, Independent Brokers & Associates.
247-4333 or 710.3111
OPEN HOUSE- WALDEN CHASE, 11 12.
11-4pm. 1216 LocVKSley Ln iotf 2101
3'2 upgrades galore. lakeview Porite Ve-
dra Schools Reduced $25K $339.900
824-0076
HANDY MAN Special. 2,/1 concrete lockc
5 blocks to ocean. 80'X120' lol $275 000
OBO 553-7203
NEPTUNIE BEACH. 4/35 pre.-consiruc.
lion. 2007 completion, 2 Doocks ocear w.'
ocean view luxury home w.' all amennies
$1.300,000. 920 No 2nd Si at Bay St..
708-0731 or 241-8718 for appointmen ic.
view plans

ATL BCH HOME $209,900
FSBO GOOD Slaner Homel 618-1
Durton island Di West. 3BR'..5BA New
A/C roof. windows, doors and applian.
ces. By appolrdment only Call David
247-0665 ihomel 704-2337 IceTel
JAX BEACH, 3BR'2BA home on over.
sized wooded lot in greal beach neighbor-
nood; huge deiacried two car garage.
workshop 982-8715


HANDYMAN SPECIAL
rJeplune Beach 3BR'2BA corner lot
100 xi 3C 2000st , 2car garage. new root
kitchen needs help $329K wonhrm $385K
904 591.-7392
PV. 5BR'4BA w.lort, 2454sf , immac , new
root, granite passihru, wine cooler & more,
below appraisal $379,900 See
www6saiilllsh.com Call Randy Bran @
USA Really Man. 904-213-8287
FSBO TOWNHOUSE apprc.ximaleiv 1
mile to oeach, 1BR 1 5BA w'loh new root.
wood deck, kitchen upgraded. Laminate
wood floors & carpel Community pool.
move in ready. $217,000 242-7529,
629 0606
ICW FSBO. 3'2 home on cul-de-sac in
Kersinglon Only $229.900. 221-6263
FSBO. THE Palms at Marsh Landing 1/1
condo Tile' berber, brand new A C scr
Dalcony tO enloy peaceful marsh views
.1155900 891-2324

WATER FRONT home Palalka cozy cor-
iage. 2BR. 1 5BA, totally renovated
$248 000, 1904)501.3314


HOME FINDER REALTY
DEERFIELD LAKES- 2'1 5 conao.
$99 900
CYPRESS CREEK- OWNERS SAYS
SELL THIS HOUSE NOW! REDUCED!
Near Maypori Elem & Wonderwood Nice
3.2 2 car gar. fresnly painted new vinyl &
more $179 900
WOLF CREEK- 3/25 condo Almost
orand new w' garage & many upgrades
$249.900
ARLINGTON HILLS- 3/2, nice starter
nome, good area. $149.900
HARBOUR SPRINGS- 4/2, 2 car gar
Newer area. very open, beaul stone
frplc , lenced yard, corner lol Close to
schools' beaches. Reduced to $214,900
HARBOR WINDS- Model like home 3/2.
upgrades everywhere $239,900.
HARBOR WINDS- Approx. 1600sl. 3,2.
like new $234.900
DUNNS PLANTATION, Dames Point
area. 4 3. over 30K in upgrades Below
appraisal Better Iman a model home
$279,900
BONAPARTE CROSSING- New home.
4.2. near schools & shops. $234,500
221-1711 OR 241-5501
4 2. OCEAN Forest large yard. boat & RV
parking, pool 59 Oakwood Rd Quick
sale As is Call for appr $375.000.
(9041349-6000
SOUTH JAX Beach, reduced thousands
below recent appraisal. Owners moving
our of stale 3BR/2.5BA, townhome,
1327sf 884 11 ih Ave. So. WiII co-op 3%..
$258.500.19041502-6165
NEW CONSTRUCTION. 3BR.2.5BA, 6
blocks from ocean. 1602sl No HOA.
Granite, upgrades $369,000 Call Jonn
R. E Broker (904 699-8887


WANTED TO buy: 2-3BR home in Ponte
Vedra Old or fixer upper OK. Private par-
ty No realtors 725-3933


'ATLANTIC BEACH. 2BRi1 5BA. 1250sl,
completely remodeled- Kitchen. baih, tile,
cprpel & more Custom closels stone lire-
place "Best Deal Around. Must Seil'
$109,500 (9041773-3777.
AUCTION: PVB 2/2 CONDO
Ocean Grove New Unit, open Sat - Sun.
Nov 4. 5 10 11 Aucion Nov 16. 6pm
Only $6K deposit, 30 day close Derails -
pics (72714-58-4230
PVB- SELLER pays closing costs No
binder deposit BR/1BA, 550sf. tiled,
ground lioor. gared. golf course view.
$137,.900. 285-6325.
PELICAN POINT, t204. 2/2/1. 1212sf.
.$500,000 OBO. Independent Brokers &
Associates. 247-4333 or 710-3111.
OCEAN VIEW Ponte Vedra Blvd., 2BR
.,2.5BA end unit, backs up to Guana
Preserve, 1800-sqn $550.
www marshpoinlcondos.com
$215.000- 2/2. garage. all appi inci . Jar-
din De Mer, 247-4211


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CONDO "FOUNTAINS", Ponte Vedra, 695 SEVILLA- OLD Atlantic Beach
A1A N. 3BR/ 2BA. Lease $1295 or 1BR/1.5BA. Beautiful enclosed sun room.
buy $239,900. Very clean. 246-6649. Must see. $209,000, 904-249-2639.


SELVA LNKSIDE 420K, 3/2. SELVA LINKSIDE 3BR/2BA,
SELVA LNKSMbE 420K, 3/2. SELVA LINKSMbE 36R2BJA,;I


Nice covered screen po(ch, frml LR &
DR Open floor plan, new carpet, new
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custom built home, granite kitchen
counters, hardwood, & tile floors.
$429.900.
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3/25 + Bonus rm, Pool, spa near
Dutton Island Reserve.


Atlantic Beach Hidden Paradise
KATHY FARYON Realtor
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Constitution Cove
Open House. Sat. Nov. 11th 1-4pm
New Price-- REALTOR'
$314,900
Ja.x Beach lakefront Colomual Quiet cul-de-sac location
usi t blocks to the beach, shopping & dining 3BR/
.2 5BA. Huge master with full bath. dressing area &
large e.alk-ir, closet Open and atrr Ist floor with
Living/Dining combo. Over-sized kitchen wiih
22 Democracy Ct. breakfast nook, new appliances and walk-in pantry.

MARIA DUPELL, REALTOR� ASP--(904) 866-8875
mariadupell @ wasonreall corp.com


416 Upper 36th Ave So. - Come see
this freshly painted 2BR/2BA home
! with an attached garage! House is
nestled in quiet enclave neighborhood
just 4 blocks from the ocean. $275,000.

Please call Sherri Beno 904-651-1830 or
Lisa DiStefano 904-651-1830 for directions.





,Biqqest Ever "Open House Event"
Saturday Nov. 1 1th 1 1am - 9pm
Sundoi Nov. 12th 1 -pm
3639 Sir Roqers Ct. in Hiqhlond Glen
Gorgeous 4 bedmi. 2.5 bath on e\tra large lake lot, fenced back yard. Up-
graded thru-out Wood and Tile floors, dark wood cabnemts. ith corian
cou'ntertopp. n ine room. large pand.r"'raitauon shV'~"1 and too much
tnbteto mention'. , IThis home is a S0W0)i% Mr quick? �tbJ.9519.000.UM]LS
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OPEN HOUSE SUN. 2--4
P.V. Patio Home-Best Waterfront!
2452 Lorraine CI. S., L'Atrium, Across from Sawgrass
A dollhouse! Crisp 2BR 2BA on Irg. lake, with serene views from
all main rooms! GRIDR w/ vaplited ceils, wide sliders access huge
screened lanai for indoor/outdoor living. New appliances, incl.
w/d. spacious 2 car gar, new hardiboard ext., indoor utility, too!
Orig. ow ner. maintained beautifullU. Cul-de-sac locale near P.V
amenities. $342.000.
OPEN HOUSE SUN. 12--2 ,,
IP.V. Executive--2 Yrs. New! Reduced!
509 AIA South, PonteVedra
Stunningly presented 4BR 3.5BA, easy stroll to oceanwalks! Huge
GR/DR/Kjt. for entertaining/family fun, designer Saturnia tile, high
ceils, priv. guest suite down. Elegant M. Suite up, plus cozy study
loft/office. Custom plantation shutters throughout. Enjoy best
schools & shopping, affordablN! $590.000.
- OPEN HOUSE SUN. 3-5
"Old Beach" Charmer on Giant Lot!
328 10h St reel, A.B.
Eclectic, beach\ 3 BR home,just 3 blks to surf& sand on gorgeous
85 x 135 lot. Hrd\sd. firs, cool NMex. tiled/paneled Gameroom,
creative' spaces for teen hideaway. Partially restored, perfect
opportunity to use your imagination or endless room for pool/
additions! Fabulous value on favorite, fun street! $684,000
Nept. Traditional-Simple Elegance
Frontyard ocean sunrises, situated on corner lot just 1 home off
beach! Classic. hospitable Southern gem exudes vintage chann--
hrdwd floors throughout, huge FL Rm w/ glass galore to gently
bring sunshine in! Cool brk hearth/f-place. really big rooms!
Loaded w/ personality ! $849,000
Sparkling Restoration--4 BIks to Ocean, Nept.
Move right into this totally renovated 3BR dollhouse! Conc. blk.
amazing 72 x 118 lot w/ room for pool or expansion! Everything
new, in & out, except the dirt! Tiled GR/DR/Kit, gourmet kit/
s.s.appliances. Every detail is perfect! Unique office/study, too.
2 yrs., new roof/AC.Totally re-plumbed! Nept.'s secret treasure!
$459,000
Immaculate J.Bch. Twnhome-Easy Beachwalks!
Now's your. chancel 2 yrs. "new" low maintenance delight, 3BR,
2.5 BA, just 4 blks to bch! Huge GR/Kit perfect for bch. gatherings,
gourmet kit/ss & granite, massive closets, cozy decked bkyard ideal
for cookouts after the Jags game! Impeccable condition, 2200+ sq.
ft,. move-in ready, so motivated! $423,000
S. Jax. Bch.--Ready to Go Sellert i
Well-built 2 sty. only 5 blks to ocean sunrise! 3BR 3BA, pretty
hrdwd floors down, versatile flex rm/Bonus works as office/
gameroom, indoor utility room. Backs up to easement/pond for
ultimate bkyard privacy! Walking distance to Seabreeze Elem. &
new S. Jax. eateries! A real deal!! Reduced to $410,000
Beachside Condos--Stunning Re-deuelopment
S. Beach's newest opportunity to live 1/2 blk to beaeh in gorgeous
Ocean's Edge community, across from Roy's! Upgrades throughout-
-granite, custom cabs, cwn molding, 18' tile, just fabulous!
Magnificent amenities--edgeless pool, state of art gym, clubhouse
extraordinaire! 1,2,3 BR's, low 300's & up! Amazing!


FSBO, SAWGRASS Beach Club Ocean-
side Condo, 1100sf. 1BR/1BA, garage,
$340,000. (904)635-9349.
PVB CONDO,,2/2, all new appliance, car-
pet, etc. Very nice, walk to beach, great
amenities, free HOA fees $189,900. 904-
718-1601
PVB 2BR/2BA, FP, walk to beach, newly
renovated, $189,900, possible lease/pur-
chase, (215)598-7488.

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COZY CONDO in Marsh Landing/
PVBch. Address: 3012 Sea Hawk Drive.
A Must See 2B/2B in quiet cul-de-sac,
fully remodeled, w/tile and new carpet,
huge screened-in patio overlooking view
of lake, new kitchen cabinets & upgraded
appliances, fireplace & single car garage
w/private entry & plenty of storage space.
Full access to pool & tennis courts.
View www.lnfotube.net: ad #154740.
$249,900. Call 904-221-1883 or
904T707-7986.


Great location and price! 2/2 with
hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings,
breakfast nook, gas fireplace and 2 car
garage. This horne is ready for you to
move in! $299,900 MLS#336018

Contact ShawnV'Nortonfor'
an appointment 534-9518.
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Oceafnront - Newercu iom built 58R.
4.5BA, with 4725 SF iiews o the ocean
from the east and lCW the r esr. Office.
formal living and dining, tile and
hardwood floors, pool and spa. screened
lanai with hot lub. and private beach
$2,750,000
Isle of Palms - Former model with 2705
SF and $71,000 in upgrades on
navigable water. .just bring your boat!
Family room with fireplace. formal
dining, and deluxe master suite. Two
screened lanais. deck. balcony. Jock '/
boat lift. $889.000 . .
South Hampton - Water to golf vews's
compliment this 5BR, 4BA execuuii.e
home on the 17th green. Chet's kitchen
wiLh cherry cabinets, island, corian. tile.
3 car garage, screened lanai. rao bonus
rooms. comm. pool. priced $25k below
appraisal $750,000
Odoms Mill - Lakefront 5BR. 5BA on
culdesac with screened pool/spa. lanai.
bonus room is perfectteenage re.treat. in-
law suite, wood and tile floors, corian
counters, (ormal lis ing and dining, 3 car
garage. comm. pool. $679.000
Ocean Cay - Walk to the beach from
this upgraded, light and bright 4BR.
2.5BA with loft, formal liking and dining
room, new carpet and pair, dile floors.
oversized screened lanai, lots of storage,
comm. pool. $499,500
Pablo Bay - Why wait to build? This
4BR, 2BA all brick home is ready now I!
Enjoy relaxing evenings on your covered
lana overlooking the peaceful lake.
Upfnades include tile. 42 inch cabinets.
opdti kitchen with island, curian.
$470.000
Laurel Springs - 4BR. 2BA pool home
on beautiful lakefront lot! Upgraded tile.
covered lanai overlooks screened pool.
split bedroom plan, fireplace. Enjo)
entertaining in our spacious pool area.
many uo.'ades. $345.0-tl


829 1st Si S Unit 1E,$399,900. 1BRi
2BA, MLS310280, Isl Fir Urnit. Fenced
yd w/ocean views. 247-4442
411 1st SI S #401. $469,900
Beachcomber II. MLS321203, 2BR/
2BA. Private bch access, hrdwd lirs.
gated pool, 247-4442
400 1st SI S Unit D. $259.000, MLS
333565, 2BR/iba, 704sl, Irg balcony.
ocean views, cera. Tile 247-4442


695 A1A North 158, $249,000, The
Fountains, MLS 325685, 3br/2.5ba,
2020sf, Huge Ir/dr combo, new tile,
sunroom 247-4442'
2196 Fairway Villas Ln N, $199,900,
MLS 315221, 3br/1.5ba, 1075sf,
hrdwd firs, new a/c, new roof, huge Ir
w/fp 247-4442 . . :


1256 Galapagos Ave. $184,900. Oak
Harbor. MLS 334839, 3bri'2ba. scrnd
porch w/ hot lub. Lg LR w/ Hrdwd Firs.
New Tile, Huge Bkyd. 247-4442
1483 Laurel Way, $369,900. Hidden
Paradise, MLS 326063. 3br.'2 5ba.
2179s1. Lush Ldscp.. scrnd porch,
Huge FR w/ Gas FP 247.4442
620 Orchid St, $374,900, MLS-
327695, 4br/3ba. 2500sf, KIT w/
island, 6 Jet Whirlpool Tub in, Mst.
247-4442
602 Rosebud Ln. $359.900. MLS
317945, 3BR/2BA, 1538sf, Scrnd
Lanai, Huge FR w/stone FR, Lg
wooded yd. 247-4442 '
365 Sailfish Dr E, $274,900, MLS
332363,4BR/3BA, 1967sf, Mst Ste on
1st Fir, Bkyd.w/ pool 247-4442 .
475 Skate Rd $219,900, MLS 330053,
3BR/1BA, 1218sf,.Lg Fenced Bkyd,
Open LR w/Separate Dr 247-4442
3817 Tropical Terrace, $349,900,3BR/
-2BA, MLS 315008, 1603sf, Tile &
Hrdwd Firs, LG Bkyd, Glassed FL RM,
New Water Heater 247-4442
14180 Washburn Ct, $239,900, MLS
317861, 3BR/2BA, 1538sf, Fenced
Bkyd w/ Patio, LR/DR Combo, Big Mst
Ste 247-4442.

4531 Antler Hill Dr E $237,500, MLS
326538, Hunters Ridge, 3BR/2BA,
1448sf, Lakeviews, FR w/tiled FP, LG
Lot, Eat-in KIT 247-4442


Ibis Point -4BR. 2 3UA ,.v/lof on pnriv ate
culdesac, lush landscaping, fenced yard,
sprinkler, open kitchen with breakfast bar.
formal dining. designer molding, master
bedroom is down with garden tub, comm.
pool/lennis. 5335,000
Jax Beach - Updated 4BR, ?BA coquina
home on an oversized lot (.27 acres i ju(i
blocks to the beach! Wood floors,
replace, open kitchen, formal dining,
large great room. inside laundry. screened
porch, shed. hot rub ith deck. 5335,000
Florentine - This 3BR. 2.5BA .with loft
is only one year old and reads now' Enjoy
peaceful lake ieu s from your.iropen patio,
spacious kitchen with breakfast bar.
formal living and dining. oversized
laundry,oer $40k in upgrade-! $299.900
Pelican Bay - 3BR, 2.5BA aist steps to
the Intracoasial' EnIjoy peaceful lakr.
views from your screened lanai or
entertain on your open deck. Mo.e-in
ready with newer carpet and paint,
upgraded kitchen wt-h tile. corian
counters. $279,900
Kernan Mill - If you are looking for a
true Flonda home,'look no further' 3BR.
2BA open floorplan wth tile throughout,
family room w/fireplace, deck leads to
private backward with peaceful lake
view ..no backdoor neighbors! $269.900
Windsor Chase - 3BA, 2BR with office.
stucco fiont, lush landscaping. fenced
yard with room for a pool, formal dinmg,
open kitchen with extra cabinets, full
irrigation, inside laundry room, tons of
shelving, storage, commr. pool. $249.900
Kensington - Adorable 3BR 2B 1 pano
home is perfect lfor tist' rinTe buyer or
someone looking to doCwnsize Move in
ready uth new carpeL paint, open kitchen
with all appliances, open deck. private
yard, comm. poold/tennis. $52l-1.0.)


I JO3O "A UUi Vilae Ur, / IUUI r-IFint,
$199 900, MLS 325112', 3BR.2BA,
1408sl. Spacious LR/DR Combo. FP,
New Root. Fenced Bkyd 247-4442
12311 Kensington Lakes Dr #2603.
Seasons @ Kensinglon, $150,000. 2BR/
1 5BA. 1100sf,'Hrdwd Firs, scrnd ainum
w.pond views 247-4442
12052 Cavalry Ci. Kernan Lakes.
$275.900. MLS 309842. 3BR/2BA.
1860sf. Hrdwd Firs. FR w/FP, Beauuli
Lot 247-4442
13044 Cheis Creek Dr S, Johns Creek,
$308.900, 3BR/2BA, 1964si. Charming
FR w/FP, screened porch w/ tile lirs
247-4442


1040 Collinswood Dr W, Collinswbod,
'$269,900, MLS 314507, 3BR,2:5BA,
2556sf, 2 Stry, Big Loft, Backs to Wds,
LG Mst Ste 247-4442 .


2411 Covington Creek Cr W, Covinglon
Creek. $389,900, MLS 315601. 3BR/
2BA, 2355si. Just Reduced! Healed
Pool, Lakeviews, FR/DR Combo
247-4442
2615 Crystal Cove Ci, Villages ol Pablo,
$269,000. 3BR/2BA 1717sf, Private
Bkyd, screened porch, HG Eal-in KIT, FR
w/FP 247-4442
12925 Deep Lagoon Pi E, The Woods.
$314,900, MLS 321326, 3/2 2000st,
Corner Lot, FL RM, LR/DR Combo, LG
Mst Ste 247-4442
13767 Deer Chase PL, Pablo' Bay,
$578,880, MLS 333195, 4BR+Bonus
Rm/4BA, 2803sf, Pool w/lakeviews, mst
ste w/ sitting area, LR/DR Combo
247-4442 .7
12382 Eagles Claw Ln, Eagles Creek,
$199,900, MLS 328307, 3BR/2BA,
1393sf, Lakefront Lot, Shag Carpet, FR
w/ WB FP, New Appl. 247-4442
2118 Fcorest Gate Dr W, Kensington,'
$229,900, MLS 335038, 4BR/2BA,
1617sf, Fenced Bkyd, ceramic tile, LR/
DR Combo w/ FP 247-4442
2466 Glade Springs Dr, Bentwater,
$274,900, MLS 328629, 4BR/2BA,
2062sf, Lakeviews, ceramic tile/Hrdwd
Firs, FR w/ marble FP 247-4442
1974 Ibis Point Ln, Ibis Point, $335,900,
MLS 319948, 4BR/2BA, 2062sf, Scrnd
Lanai, Bks to Preserve, LG KIT, LR/DR
Combo 247-4442
4690 Kernan Mill Ln E, Heather Glen,
$324,000,3BR/2BA, 1634sf, Scrnd Pool,
LG' Mst Ste, Cheerful KIT W/Brkft Bar
247-4442


BEACHES INTRACOASTAL townhome
w/ 42' boat dock; 1700sqft, 2BR/2BA; all
tile downstairs, w/ wet bar & remodeled
bath. Great amenities! $350,000, 651-
6748 or 247-9244.
OCEANVIEW 3/2. Great views from most
rooms. Ceramic tile, two balconies.
$459,500. Vanguard Realty 463-7343.
PVB - OWNER FINANCE
Only $6K down, new 2/2/+ lakeview,
$209K, last onel 727-458-4230.

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in
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


3/2 in NEW SUBDIVISION:
1700 SF home sits ion premier lot
in new subdivision, tons of
upgrades. Budi m 2005 $234,900
MARSHFRONT LOT: .99 acre
marshfront lot in small Neptune
Beach cul-de-sac subdivision
$449.900
OCEANFRONT LOTS: Great
investment opportunity in Vdano
Beach. 3 adjacent lots available for
$2,900,000
71.RAT [NVESTMENTN N
NEPTUNE'BCH: 1900 st home
sits on two laree buildable lois in
destrable Neptune Beach setting.
$499,900
PRICE REDUCTION: 4BR/2BA
all brick home in quiet beach
neighborhood. $484,900
Call Jason Jarrett @
904-591-5917 mobile
904-247-7000 office


1835 WIdwood Creek Ln. Kensington
Pines, $204,900, MLS 315948,
3BR/2BA, 1352sf, New Carpet, FR
w/FP, 1 yr Home Warranty 247-4442
'458 Shanna Isle Ct, Arbor Pointe,
$259,900, MLS 319419, 4BR/2.5BA,
2288sl, 2 Stry, New Carpet, Huge FR,
Large Lot 724-1200
13435 Stone Pond Dr, Wolf Creek,
$244,900. MLS 381585.3/2.5,.1665sf,
Attached 1 car gar. Scrned Lanai, BRs
on 2nd Fir 724-1200
2109 The Woods Dr, The Woods,
$315 000. MLS 314853, 3BR/2BA,.
2186s1. Pool Hm. Great RM w/ FP, Split
Fir Plan 724-1200


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11033 Englenook Dr, Sulion Lakes.
$239,900, MLS 332020, 4BR/2BA,
1744si, Reduced! Scrnd Patio, LG Eat-
IN 'KIT wlAlAppl. Big Msf Ste 247-4442
1661 E Huddertield Cr. Sutton Lakes.
$204,900, MLS 299.309, 3BR/2BA,
1874sf, Split FIrplan, Formal LR/DR,
Large KIT 724-1200
2994 Lantana Lakes Dr E. Lanlana
Lakes, $209,000, MLS 328926, 3BR/
2.5BA, 1551sf, Berber Carpet, LG KIT
w/ New Appl., 2 Stry Hm, 247-4442 .
11123 Peerless, Ln, Sutton Lakes,
$235,900, 3BR/2BA, 1632sf, Private
Bkyd, Built 2004 Ceramic Tile, 247-4442
11131 Stanley Steamer Ln, Sutton
Lakes, $212,000, 'MLS 325113,
Spacious LR, New Paint 724-1200
12015 Shooting Star Ct, Hawkins Cove,,
$237,900, MLS 331589, 3BR/2BA,
1570sf, Big Bkyd, Hrdwd Firs, LG Eat-
in KIT, FR W/tiled FP 247-4442
2416 Mill Creek Rd, Arlington Hills,
$199,000, MLS 320455, 3BR/2BA,
1504sf, Pool Hm, All Appl. Stay, LR/DR
Combo, LG Lot 724-1200
10519 Running Oak Ct, Lantana Lakes,
$206,000, MLS 329567, 3BR/2.5BA,
1547sf, New A/C Unit, 2 Stry, Berber
Carpet, Hrdwd Firs 247-4442
12111 Brightmore Way, Hawkins Cove,
$257,000, MLS 323470, 4BR/2BA,
1692sf, scrnd tile lanai, Big FR, LG KIT,
Separate DR 247-4442


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Two houses off Jacksonville Drive, both 3055sf. One 4/3.5, the
other 5/4. Solar Hot Water Heaters, Concrete Block on both
levels. Large Kitchens, GE Profile appliances, 42in ..
Maple cabinets, and Granite Countertops. Gas ,
Package for Cooktop. Dryer and BBQ grill. ' /'
Each offered at $649,000 ha n e a
Linda Pomerantz 923-8030 I

Awesoe Beah Hom


Gorgeous 4BR/3BA custom home with
beautiful details throughout. Australian
cypress wood floors, high ceilings with
extensive molding and kitchen with
granite. Private Master Suite with
additional bedrooms and bonus up.
Enjoy the unique two sided floor plan
to the charming outdoor lanai area as
well in the family room. $889,000 MLS
335881
GREAT BEACH AND OCEAN VIEWS!
1020 1 st Si S
3BR/3BA, ocean views from 2nd and
3rd floor balconies. Cinnamon oak
floors throughout. Two HVAC, hundred
'ear old tile roof. One car garage with
our extra spaces. Renta apartment
oh ground floor. Great for. investor or
2nd home buyer who wants a rental
unit attached. $829,000 MLS 329358





Atlantic Beach
Watson Office
(904 249-3804


I


OCEANFRONT
OPPORTUNITIES
* LandMark 1910sf $950k
* WaterMark 2202st $996k
*Acquilus II 2124sf $998k
Renee L. Baron,Inc. 242-2821


DOUBLEWIDE IN Portside, 24'x40',
3BR/2BA. $15,000. Call 502-8326.
24X52, 1993 Springhill by Fleetwood. To-
tally renovated, A/C lyr, new roof. FSBO
or mortgage co. will finance. $14,000
OBO. (904)315-8547 or (904)613-6754.

SINGLE WIDE 2BR/2BA + storage shed,
'87, PEAC, $8000, excellent condition,
14036 Downs Lane #580, Portside, Call
708-0731, 241-8718.


FOR SALE 415 3rd St. South. 850sf. Busi-
ness zoned, next to Cottage by the Sea.
537-0503. $395,000


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




.OCEANFRONT &
BEACH PROPERTIES
i SJAXBCH
Duplex 1/2 block to ocean, $899,500
SJAXBCH
New Const, 3 story, 4500 sq ft, $850k
JAX BCH
Oceanfront Condo 3rd fl, 2 bed/2, bath,
$699k
NEPTUNE BCH
E of 3rd St, New Const, 2100 sq ft+, $699k
S ATL BCH HOME
4BR/2BA, 900 ft to ocean, 50x100 lot,.
$699k
PV. HOME
3 bed/2 bath E of Solano/Golf View Circle
S- $474,900
Call Michelle Pisula 651-1006, Realtor
Omni Realty of N FL 904-247-5678
www.omnirealtyl.com

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FANTASTIC BUY
818 Cavalla
2BR. 1 5BA Twnnc.mne a ir- beS.n
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INVESTOR SPECIAL!
2 541 alapagos 9 e. '
4BR/2BA properrR, I in ihe pr.,aret.i
ol being rerr.-,deled irsde anr ou ,
Brand new rocii, wiring paini door
crown molding, n carpel. and irures
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molivaied and ready To deal S220.000a .
MLS 300745 8
BEUTIFl UL CONDO
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2BRi'BA in Ponie ,'idra Be cr. Oner
car ,garage wih wiorl.n.',p .pa.e All
slainlnres sleel 3pp.iances Tumb'.led '
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RIiER POINT
121s5 Trimlann In
3BR'2BA corner lor T1r11 nan-- Oe
bOasils ire privaC ,/ I lwc. :UJl d i-',
New lile inr breaklasl area. tlcnen ,na
carria lr Oalh laiTr.al- I.-,,,r. .r, nalli
&rild hi'ing rc.C',i'. L r, e . ..l4J .' . :
and wooa burning i replace i11
appliances c:,nri.ey 229.900 MLS
kENSINOGTON 6 tRDENS
1848 Burgess Hill
Beaulul 3BR;'2BA CuiD app.al-lu':, t
ironr r iome Larie Piin 'u.'jms wiio, li. I
wirn kichen Open lu family rouam Very
nice palic and beaulifui 'er...ed rear
yara $249,900 MLS 330643
i MliST SEE!!!
138 Den~e) Place
HiSaicirc iBR.," BA .riarr.n.n an.i
updaled. High c11 lings, storage sh-e
and greennouse ,Newe-r w rnd.:.',s and
kitchen Very open, ligni and airy
Lovely dining area and Florida room.
Near San Marco .:,awr.lA'n and
school $259,000 MLS 321174
S MOE IN RE1 D!
3365 Heron H
Magnificent 3BR.'2BA with hardv:,,T.d
floors Kniche remodeled rwln 42.in.:n
maple caDinwdls and double over
Backyard immaculaiely landscaped l
wlin pond and waienall AC uni le. )r
ihan liIe years Cud Room lor a pool
$384,900 MLS 317133
IMMUTSULEE!
183808 Eunice Rd
4BR/2BA, this one-owner home has a
large kitchen, split bedrooms and ai
sparkling in-ground pool as well as a
tenced backyard Fice iTn.nl e io,
Mayo Clinic and The beacr, rdewer room
and 4 ron Trane AC Comer I3I rell
323560
BELOW MARKETIEVEL /
S.2002,Marye BrantLoop S
Neptune 4BR/2BA, high ceilings, open
floor plan makes this home look.
spacious. Only a short bike ride to
beach. Close to schools and shopping.
Ameriqan Home Shierd has been
purchased by buyer. $415,000 MLS

FI E MINUTES TO THE BEACH!
2023 Sandhill Crane Dr
Preih, 4BR/3BA two story Cmenieh
home with soaring ceilings. One
bedroom downstairs and three
upstairs. Large loft couldbe playroom
or den. Nicely landscaped private
backyard. Wood burning fireplace in
,family room. Hot tub stays! French
doors but also has loft entry. $540,000
MLS 327781 ,
GREAT SPOT FOR BOATING ENTHUSIAST
1919 University S
Marvelous 3BR/2BA, two ib'ry bri,:'
hornet with over 1800 sq. ri, neei.d
updatin or.build new. Property also
zoned RLD. 1.3 acres on water brings
your jet skis and boats, dock. Beautiful
(reed lot on Pottsburg Creek/Arlington \
River. $595,000 MIS 335124
BEACH COTTAGE "
' 202 33rd Ave S l
Reduced 3BR/2BA, ready to move in
or rent tomorrow. Unfurnished or
furnished-even down to dishes,
sheets, and towels. Furniture onlyfive
years old. New AC, plumbing-baths,
ceilings fans, outside doors, fenced
deck, new paint and wallpaper.
$659,000 MLS 289386
VONTE VEDRA
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_ _-." f Lovely Bermuda Bay condo, 3BR,
2BA split floor plan, on the 2nd
floor. This end unit has extra
windows, spacious kitchen, large
pantry and laundry room. Wood and
tile floors, luxury Master bath, 2 car
garage and a screened Lanai. $449,900.
PLUMOSA DRIVE
ISLE OF PALMS CLASSIC
This 3BR, 2 BA home in a very
desirable neighborhood has a great
floor plan. The living, dining and
family room with gleaming
hardwood or tile floors and a
fireplace. All on the canal with your
own floating dock. A must see family
home. $587,500.

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Home 3For yOu!!

717 Lake Stone Circle. Ponte Vedra Beach. 3/2.5
Wooded Preserve. Large Backyard. Open Floor plan.
$379,900. Location, Location, Location!
765 Sea Oats Bay. Ponte Vedra Beach. 2/2 at
SummerHouse. Gated. Beach Access. Clubhouse. 2
Nears HOA. You can't afford to miss this!! $299,000.
805 Boardwalk Dr. #522. Ponte Vedra Beach. 2/2
with spiral stairs to Loft! Stunning Condo with wood
views and sides to Lake. Private location in desirable
comm. w/ ammen.. galore. $299,900.
Gerona Drive East. Or Build Your Own Home on
this 150x190+ lot in the Intracoastal West area.
FSB0wner/ Agent $149.000.



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ocx'e,. one block to the beach. Net condo Greal ,nr.snen' Lage duples offers 3BR/3BA
boasring instle 12+ ceilings, covered * FP. dl, I hal en . i kitchen I aet a, deca ng s
veranda. plush carpel, exquisite finishes, reno, arLed 2)6 & 2 tl.xk to the beach! Dir-JTB.
2 parking .paces,.rooftop sundeck & hot tub N 4 i.4 Et Afuin..I,a N 'nJiSr $729,000285-1800
$7390.10) 241-2417 BEAili WAEREFmNI HOME
OCEAfSIDE 9JZ OVERLOOk1INO W1SH
Enjou beach hliing w/luxury & siyle. MNS334932/rerrna.malalkw.asioClapbon d
Atienuie mincl pool. spa. galed Creek. 6BRt6 5BA hom* l/%gaied enr,, 4FPs,
en[e~ nnhelr pool. spa gaed en . a icemaker & %et bar. eL'd lasn ai/htd
ele ator & garage Steps o0 the ocean' Lnits. pool summer kitchen. 6-ar garage & on I
at.ldable from $749,900 to 51.050,100 acres $1.750.((N)285-1800
241-2417 PONI7VEDRl - PRESS CREEK
STEPS TOI TE BEACH MLS 332639 This home is ready for )ou'
NILS 324073 Ltfe changing lifestyle - Appiwsmately 25741 SF of a ell-mantaned
nely cslwnome 4/35plusstudy.2 ehpanied 4BRf2 5BA home. 14e LR
nev. l constr lnhome 43 5 plus study. b- i FP.am .gaultedcethngs& s-md& heated
car gar on Ig loht steps -rom [own center & po,:J In spacious lanai &'n isoughti alter
the beach. Hardw\d firs, FP chefs kitchen. neighborhood $5Y(.1 285-1800
271i 1 + SF $8S9y.OO 241-2417 OCEAN O I.AS - BR4ND NEI
WQ' LUIXU1R CONDO! MLS# 322532 Fabulous ocean rvies & only 2
MILS 295607 W\\th ameniues that cater to condos per Iloor, ttui 3BR/3BAunit has man)
*a re-on i ifestiie Costa. C n resale. rFtneS upgrade. including j gourmet kitchen a/granili
Sreon liesle Costaierano resale Ftune counters, 9 ceilings. 6cron molding, open iloo
clt. theatre raom. bilhards, pool and much plan ,rge rnit.r a signed ...icred parking
more are included. $895.51)0 241-2417 $879,(N:0 285-1800
OCEANFRONT VIEWS! IiNFR4O4C0S41 ER4IFRF CONMDO
NIMLS 285302 PresntgousAcqudius .L new REWDCEDI
onLrs[ 3/3condo.2.471SF.SEencunit, 10th MNLS 264375 Ne'a conrucuLon' Elegant
t.. c ir park 3BR/ 5BA plus rudy on top floor. 3rd. 20)0 SF,
fl E.pante ocean & w balcomes. park leare. Screened porch. garage. all the amenities
gar, res,:n amenaies imcl: 2 ps, hfit cnu, could MtL inagaire mannacommunit) & 3
clubhouse. $1.19.I.i'( 241-2417 '$ 9'.re slhp is asoa.. able $929,000285-1800


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MLS 316555 4BR/3BA Spectacular MLS 268869 I[n-accasal \etl kocated close 0i
A ie _s. tomia di'ng, open giving area, wet be. he , h-,soxl, manna sopping These 3
bar, pr .1e elealCr $2.850.(') 241-2417 '',ed d.adia.cenT lotLs ca.in he s,.ild individually, or
. . . . together to make .Cone 049 acres CI Prc e 01 each
0CEANIOT CONDO ioi is sl4).i i285-180oo0
MLS 325283 2/2 entirely funushed. New I41ffRIlNT-I14RMBOIRSLIND
kitchen LabineLs & gramte countenops. rWe N7-. J "adRn,) e ri m
throughout $473,900 241-2417 rLS26974Lur.unoLs73N)SF.Snhe ercu;Lsi
home f'e1ure it %.qUt e fishes throughu,.L h gh-
F4NE./SS OCFAN i'DES techconrcreL-construeulun.6BR/6 full & 2 hall BAs.
IN LS 277726 New coastL quainl med-stN le Separite a pai apartmieniL healed pool & 50' dock
bldg 2 urnts/flr. 3BR/2BA + media nr. cn . deepuaier harbor on IC 5$3.25).000
rxieh'i:p garden area w/-pa Lu\ appts inci 258 0
high cetings. archway. granmte counters. SrJoHNCOIJI - IAEiHtONT
grea ocean te $839.45 241-2417 MIS 273598 Lilt'mjie counitrn einate
. ./iei+FT. 3 15 2 2erLtS .Itzrland Miainh ome ha
OCEANE0 ONT& . I A .lEl 6BR/6 ull & half BA, snjdy.game& card room..
NMLS 316400 Brazilan leak tlis. custom theater. elevator. numerous porches &
abinc diapes. oersied garage. awesome -ar grage. caage hou0Le a2BR/2BA apt & 4
e r s tom the kIL LR. NBRand balcony% - more garages 7.15.1O)285-1800
mrnoe in reads' Plus a custom designed 95 ONE& 4tH141FBI T OIWBEACII
gal aquanumt. $0829.5 00 241-2417 NtMLS 4025 LB\uA hbiingin rnUl renot aed
gau 29.5u t 41-?41 2.o 3BR/ 5BA ho lme .appfm'maiely 220
OCEA RONTF'l I)DEAWAVl SF. go'rgvo.us FR aus.r-..m FP & "-ate.'f-the-an
MILS 320031 Unique north end unit with theatre ,,sirem opens to pool. spa. peirola. &
spectacularF iew\ and custom gourmet 'mer'kitchen N an) upgrades' $84.,5i1)
kitchen 4/3 5 lth distressed, wde plank IAN285-1800
11c:di foanng itiruout. $1,4125.i)00 "lIE I @-ntASiI LANDING
241-24 2417 MS 306439 Lovely 1BR/lBA condo w/lovely
lake & fountain views, all kitchen appliances
3/2 FABUlOUS CONDO! convey including the washer & diyer & the unit is
MLS 303970 Completely remodeled. All partially furnished. Community amenities include
stainless steel appliances, travertine floors ool, tennis courts, exercise room & more!
& showers, wet bar, granite countertops. $159,900 285-1800
Exquisite! $539,000 241-2417 , l DIS E D Mi
MIS 316497 . Marina & waterway views from
END UNI OCEANFRONT!- . 2balconies, 3BR/3.5BA,-2700SFupgradesinclude
MLS 326476 Luxury SE exposure 3/3 18 inch tile, SS appliances, granite, amazing
condo-Oceania. Expansive ocean views, facilities, ready for Fall '06 move in & boat slip is
Immac, like new, repainted, upgraded & also available. $1,100,000 285-1800
neutral. Spac balcony, 2 garsp & storage, RIEFRO ESTATE INY0IE O
pool/hot tub, exc rm. $899 000241-2417 MIS 318482 Gorgeous estate w/169 F on the
Z iru Mu nmr r St. Johns River overlooking downtown
JAX DBM I OPP UlLiII Jacksonville. This majestic 3-story home is
MIS 297779'Cute 2/1 cottage on lot tobe elegantly appointed & features 5BR/5 full & 2 half
developed. Have plans for two, 3000 SF BA, game room, wine cellar, pool & spa + dock &
townhouses. $349,000 241-2417 . 'boathouse. $4,250,000 285-1800
Inde endently owned and operated


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Completely Refurbished in 2006
No detail was left untouched in this 4 BR/2BA home. Beautiful
wood floors, rainforest brown granite countertops, new stainless
steel appliances. All new upgraded lighting fixtures and ceiling
fans, plumbing fixtures and doors. Travertine floors, wall &
countertops in baths. Two floating bowl sinks in master and one
in 2nd bath.New paint throughout. 2 Balconies and large cov-
ered deck, pre-wired for hot tub. Attic has finished floor for stor-
age, new receptacles, light switches & cable jacks, phones have
been upgraded. Brand new yard well & pump. Offered at $399,900
Exclusively marketed by:
Prudential Mta,^ Exclu, PA, RE.LTOR
Nework Realty ....- ,, Office 1904 241-7-161 e\ 231 Cel. t904 477-6668
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OPEN HOUSE SUN. 12-3PM
Bring your bike!
Granite, hardwoods, fresh paint int. & ext., and
location make this home outshine the rest. Park
your car in the large 2-car garage, and ride your
bike to the beach or Ragtime! Or just relax by the
cozy fireplace. Whatever you do, you'll be thrilled
you made this awesome 3/2 in Selva Linkside
your new home! Hurry, it won't last at this price!
$395,000
SELLER PAYING CLOSING COSTS WI
ACCEPTED OFFER!
1161 Sandpiper Ln. E. ( .0 on Seminole Rd. to
Left on 11lh St., Rt. on Linkside Dr., Left on
Sandpiper)
Beach lifestyle for under S160,000!
Top-floor 1/1 w/ garage in the Palms at Marsh
Landing. Beautiful views from your balcony.
Tennis, swimming, and fitness are all part of the
package in this awesome community! $159,900
Ocean views under $550,000!
Ocean views at an unbeatable price, and it is not
a condo! This 3-story town home is large,
spacious and bright. Tucked away in North A.B.,
it is only steps from the sand and surf! With just a
little of your TLC, this home will take your breath
away! Start and end your days with the peaceful
ocean Views and breezes from your large master
bedroom. $549,900


A Marvin & Floyd


SRealty Inc.
Website - http://lmarvin-group.com
Call Joe Floyd 219-7638
FOR SALE
' � JA6kS6NVILL. BEACH VISTAA DEL MAR
S1,1 OceantronrConao'- Fully furnished-on the 3ro floor facing the t'
courtyard. Pool and clubhouse on premises. $309,000
JACKSONVILLE BEACH - OCEANIA
2/2 Oceanfront Condo - 1346sq' located on the 4th floor. Enjoy the sunrise
from your 264sq' balcony overlooking the beach and ocean. $699,000
JACKSONVILLE
1647 Sunnyslde Ave. Jacksonville, FL
Perfect opportunity to purchase property near the Intracoastal and within
walking distance of million $ condos. 3 lots with 2/2 750sq' house (sold as is).
$225,000
DAYTONA SHORES - OCEAN VILLAS
New luxury Oceanfront Condo. 2136sq', 2/2.5 plus den. 436sq' deck with
views of the ocean & Intracoastal. $881,100
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Desirable Beach property. Zoned residential/commercial. 1626sq' in
3 buildings - business plus 2 efficiency apartments. Near ocean. $799,000
JACKSONVILLE
1647 Bermuda Road, Jacksonville, FL
2/1 house. 940sq' on .14 acres. Perfect opportunity to purchase property
near the Intracoastal and within walking distance of million $ condos. $175,000

FOR RENT
JACKSONVILLE - SAN PABLO CREEK
3/2 house. 1896sq' Fenced back yard Lawn maintenance included. 51,600 mth
PONTE VEDRA - THE FOUNTAINS


2/2 condo, 1260sq' Ground floor. Pool. Tennis Courts


$975/mth


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CONDO close to the beach,
Jardin de Mer, 3/2, 1500 sq.ft.
with garage. MLS #310655,
$230,000 or rent for 1200 mo.

OSPREY POINTE home on cul
de sac, private back deck, wooded
. � view, $340,000. Decorating
Call allowance; MLS #320085.
Mary Beth Lonergan,
655-5587 -
Watson Realty Corp.











enclave neighborhood. $275,000.
3515 SO. 1 T ST.- The beach is just 1 1/2 blocks away
from this 3BR/1BA with detached one car garage,
totally renovated, wood floors & large front porch from
which to meet your neighbors. $625,000.
119 37T" AVE. SO.- 2 blocks to the beach! This 3BR/
2BA has a 2 car garage, Florida room, wood floors,
vaulted ceiling, new kitchen, updated electrical &
plumbing. $699,000.


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


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Updated Seaplace 3bdrm Condo, Ground
Rr 1/2 block to the Ocean in Old Atlantic
Beach!
Large Patio w/privacy fence. All new carpel,
new AC, updated baths, fresh paint, new
stove & microwave. $298,000
Old Atlantic Beach Priced to Sell -
5489,900!
3 bdrm/2ba home, approx 1300 sq ft, 2.5
blocks to the ocean, lot size 50 x 130.
Original hardwood floors thru-out. Needs
remodeling but has loads of charm.
Contemporary Gem - Selva Norte
4Bdrm/3Ba - Open Fir Pin - Rich wood
accents throughout - extensive deck & tree
canopy. Perfect mix of home, privacy, and
nature. Seller will pay $5000 towards buyers
closing costs. $590,000
Roof Top Ocean Views 1/2 Block to Ocean
Brand New Construction!
New Construction Town Home 4bdrm/
4.5bath. 3 story w/elevator, 2-car garage!
Construction complete in 3 months. High-
End Finish Levels - Offered at $1,050,000
New Home in Atlantic Beach
3 Blocks to the Ocean - Selva Marina
3-story w/elevator, 6 bdrms, 3 ba, 4200 sq
ft, office, high ceilings, rm for a pool. Lot size:
B5 x 142. Maintenance free: concrete block
& stucco on 1st level, frame & vinyl shake
on 2nd & 3rd levels. $1,175,000


Completely Remodeled
Old Atlantic Beach Home - I Block to Ocean
Cedar Shake home w/white picket fence - perfectly
manicured. 4Bdrm, 3 Ba, master upstairs, 2700 Si,
62.5x125 lot size, room for pool. Maple hardwood
floors throughout. 2-car garage w/garage-tek.
$1,200,000
Seaside Gated Community Luxury HOME!
Magnificent custom home with state-of-the-art
kitchen. You could not rebuild this home with this
quality in finish levels at this price today. IT's
AWESOME! 4 bdrm, 3.5 ba, 2-story, all bdrms up,
3486 sq ft, Mediterranean style with barrel tile roof.
Private Beach access. 395.000
West Atlantic Beach Ba low
Awesome linpp-i �0
3 bdrm 2 ba, PVE.!. oak floors throughout,
new roof, S'*. �,100 SF, lot size 60x125.
West Atlantic Beach Updated Home w/Pooll
$20,000 ,s
Huge lot 120x125'j ' ,, .I.-car garage, fully
updated ''1 .,E nunen, move-in condition.
Perfect foil ,,vestment or to live inl
West Atlantic Beach
Brand New Construction - 5399,000
Seems too good to be true but it's REAL! 4 bdrm,
2.5 ba, 2397 SF, brand new Key West Style home
on 60x125 lot. Metal roof, hardiboard exterior, vaulted
ceilings, granite counters, ss appsle, hardwood firs
throughout, detached 1-car garage, privacy fence,
room for a pooll


Completely Renovated Gemporary
Awesome Intracoastal Views
1657SF Neptune Bch on the marsh w/an 85'
dock on a small creek leading to the
Intracoastal. Remodeled inside & out. 3bdrm/
2ba, 2-Car Garage & Awesome Deck-Offered
at $499,000
Great Investment Opportunity -
East of 3rd Street
Quadraplex with 4 easy to rent efficiencies. Only
steps to theoceanOffered at639000
The Palms: 2 bdrm/Zba Condo ditt is a 19+++
This is truly a 10+, Do not miss it! 2Bdrm/2Ba
2"' floor condo with custom cabinets, new sinks
and granite in Kitchen and baths. $187,000
East of 3rd St. in Jax Beach - -59,800
This home includes 2britr- 'Uus 2-Car
Garage. Awe.- ,Ipf- opportunity, less
than 1 . uie Ocean. Residential
grandfa,-iered In but zoned commercial.
Great Ocean Front Condol
Southshore Condo, 3bdrm/2ba, Excellent
Condition in South Jax Bch, Covered Parking
Priced to sell at $599,900
THE BEST BUY ON THE OCEAN IN JA4 BEACHII
Completely Remodeled w/the finest finishes.
OCEANFRONT SOUTH END CORNER Unit w/
wrap around porches! 3 bdrm/2ba, custom
cabinets, granite and much, much morell!
Furnishings optional. $799,000
Imestment Property - Muld-family - IP St. South
Awesome unobstructed ocean views. West side
of 1st Street, multi-family, 2 bldgs, corner lot
62.5x85, updated over last 3 yrs $949,000


Call Margi Petitt
Top Producer
571-9821
60 Ocean Blvd. Suite 3. Atlantic Beach


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Enjoy the Lifestyle of Queens Harbour with lake & golf views
in the beautiful 3,800SF, 5BR/4BA/3CG
residence w/stunning hardwoods,
screened pool and beautiful open floor
plan. Great deal at $875,000
Top Producer 2005
Lynn Saul 904-859-9100


Cute 3BR/2BA, 2,100SF in the great neighborhood of
Cypress Creek. Courtyard entry garage, wood floors,
Cathedral ceiling, large walk-in
closets, lovely lanai with private r *
backyard, plenty of room for a pool.
Just Reduced to $449,000
Call Top Producer
Lynn Saul 904-859-9100



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Dir.: Intracoastal Waterway atAtlantc Blvd.
NEW WATERFRONT COMMUNITY
WATERSEDGE IIARBORTOWN
SALES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Friday 12-5pm
Watersedge at Harbortown will include 20 high-end
4 story Mediterranean-style town homes with
S private courtyard and roof top terrace. The option
to purchase 50 ft boat slip in your front yard. Only
3 leftM Prices slaying at $999,900
(all Margi Petitt Top Producer
571-9821





A perfect 10, studio condo in Ponte Vedra, walking distance
to beach in Sawgrass Beach Club. Totally renovated w/
custom cabinets, Murphy beds, custom tiled flooring &
bath walls. Fully furnished & equipped.
Lease orpurchase. $264,900

Over 20 Million in Sales in 2005.




Ocean 9 Villas, First Coast's premier ocean side condo
community is accented by an entire top floor rooftop
penthouse. Approximately 5,800SF of living area including
private sundeck terrace w/palm garden & Jacuzzi options.
4BR/4.5BA. Panoramic ocean view w/
wrap around balconies. 11' ceilings &
over-1.000SF luxwry.,rmaster sui
Offered for.$Y,950,000 - --- *,,-
Call Top Producer
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ON THESOUTIISIDE
STONEBRIDGE - LARGEST 3/2 with 2 master suites. 1408 SF, tile, screened lanai, roomy & bright.
CARPORT. Close to shopping, restaurants. Priced $6000 below appraisal. MLS# 327334 $168,800.
STONEBRIDGE - GROUND FLOOR 2/2 screened lanai, exit to your CARPORT. Arched doorways,
upgraded lighting. Inspections done. Close to shopping. $149,900

LIFE AT TIlE BEACH
IN JAX BEACH
OCEANS EDGE - 2/2, condo, granite, tile, concrete block. Clubhouse w/infinity pool. 1 block to the
beach, 1 block to shopping. MLS# 307553 $438,800
VILLAS AT MARSH LANDING - GROUND FLOOR 1 bedroom w/GARAGE. Marsh views from Ig
screened lanai. Gated, pool, clubhouse, boat parking. MLS# 324495 $159,900
VILLAS AT MARSH LANDING -WOODED VIEWS from your lanai. 3/2 second floor with 18" tiles and
berber carpet. Gated, GARAGE, clubhouse. $254,900
IN PONTE VEDRA BEACH
OCEAN GROVE - 2/2 w/ GARAGE, totally renovated condo. Tile, screened lanai overlooks lake.w/
fountain. MLS#308439 REDUCED $242,900
THE COLONY - WALK to the BEACH. LOWEST PRICED 2 bedroom:. Beautiful ground floor with
wooded views. Wood floors, tile, fireplace, crown moulding. GARAGE. MLS# 326635 $229,900
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202-4E Vija del Mar
2C Ponie Vedra Court
2115 The Palms
3o The ColonN
53 The Colony
30-14 Vdla del Mar
535 Ocean Links
201 Cranes Lake
9757 Rough Creek
804 Templeton Lane
806 Tournament Road
97 Voyager Court
626 Ponie ,edrj Blvd ,MB2
144 Shelby Cove Court
1(04 Crosscone Circle
54 Franklin


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Ja\ Beach . 2/2
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Ponte Vedra ' . 2/1
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Ponite Vedra/Cranes Lake 2/2
Ponie Vedra/Saxgras CC 2/2
Ponie Vedia/Walden Chase4/2
Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 3/2
Ponte V'edra/Sangrass TPC3/2
Ponte Vedra/Beach House3/2


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Ponte Vedra/Seaside
Ponite Vedra East


1208 S 2nd Street, #A Jax Beach :
505 Sea'cape Ja.\ Beach/Oceanfront
91 San Juan Dine #CC-2 Ponte Vedra/The Pointe
906 Mira Vista Adandc Beach
905 2" Steer North. C Ja Beach


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$2200 117 Deer Co'e Drine Ponie edra/Mars'h Landing 4/2.5
$2260 10302 Ocean Grande South Ponte Vedra 3/3
$2400 201 Pornofino Palm Valle\ 3/2
8i "8tMf yene Snntk4. TaX.ebch : '-' k* 3/2,.5
$2500 123 Sea Hammock Wj\ Porte VedrvOId Panie Vedrj 2/2
$2700 804 Metrupolhan Jax Beach/Oceanmiew 3/2
$3000 165 Barberry Lane Ponie Vcdra/Sawgrass TPC 3/2.5
$3150 2451 South Ponie Vedra Oceanfront 3/2.5
$3300 570 Ponte Vedra BhId Ponte Vedra East 3/2.5
$3500 6115 Landrrark CondonduniurrJax Beach/Oceanfront 4/3.5
$4500 1550 Beach A.enue Adtannc Beach 4/3.5
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$ 900/wk Beach Club Villas.-. Sangrass Beach
$ I 100/% k 49 Tifton Way North Saw.grass Count
$1300/%,k Deer Run Sawgrass Couni
$15100 741 Spinnaker's Reach Sawgrass Beach
$1500/wk 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
'Special Rare' S. Ponie Vedra
$1600/xk 2839 S. Ponte Vedra S. Ponte Vedra
$1600/wk The Retreat Ponte Vedra/Oco
$ I18 800/ k Ocean Manor Ponte Vedra/Oc
$1800 602 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fai
$1800 Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Ocea
$2000 2011 Beach Ate I3mo mm I Atlannc Beach/O
$2100 Rough Creek San grass Count
$2200 Marsh Pomint Ponte Vedra Blv
$2200 Quajl Point U Sawgrass Couni
$2500 Mira Vista Ailandic BeachrIni
$2500 Pehcan Point Ja.\ Beach/Ocea
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront Neprune Beach/O
$2700/w k 2824 Coasial H ) Vilano Beachi0ceai
$2900 68-29" Aenue South .lax Beach
$3000 The Ponte Ponie Vedra
$3300 133 Sea Hammock Way Ponte Vedra/Oc
$3800/wk514 Ponie Vedra Blhd. Ponte Vedrda
'$5500 '1931 Beach Aei 3mo mm I Atlantc Beach


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Tve got Your Condo!

RANDCAY V/AS. - No car needed! AU the stores
you need'are within walking distance. 2BR 2BA condo
located in a quiet, woodsy setting in PVB. Gated'
community. Motivated Seller. $199,900. .

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

SE APAcGE - Quaint Atlantic Beach is the setting for
this 2BR/2BA renovated condo, just a 1/2 block from
the ocean. You can hear the ocean from your balcony
& see it from your bedroom door. New kitchen &
baths, too & just steps to the pool. 11"68 sq.ft $31:1,00o6.

THE PALOS ATm ARSHANDING- 3BR/2BAf condo
w/ garage. Large corner balcony ,o relax. & enjoy the,
views. Vaulted ceilings, FP, all appliances, storage. All
this and no one above you! $248,500.

THE VIAS AT HARSH ANDNG - 3BR/2BA with
GARAGE, end unit, no one above you, water &
wooded views, FP, all appl. incl. washer & dryer,
screened lanai which can be glassed in. $255,000.



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Unfurnished Homes The Courtyards - Mayport of AB Brightwater - Gate Pkwy
S Serena Point - JB 3BR/3BA, new 3BR/2.5BA, private, updated unit w/ 3B R/2.5BA, end unit towhouse
. .floor cd drtcn tga ,Ip.... w/porch, garage, club pool. $1250/mo.
,top condo direct ocean ront garage, patio, balcony, overlooks tonefield at, Bartram Park -
views, amenities, garage. 3000/mo. lagoon. $1175/mo. Mandarin 3BR/2.5BA, newer two story
. Oceanside 932 - JB 3BR/3.5BA, 133 Magnolia - NB 2BR/1BA, top courtyard home, 1975 sqft, two car
, condo has luxurious features, ocean floor large duplex, plus den, less than garage, amenides. $1450/mo.
1 porch, sunset porch, garage. block tobch $1150/mo Pablo Bay - San Pablo 4BR/3BA,
$2800/mo. blocktobch. $115/mo. newer home on water, upgradess
North Shore - JB 3BR/2BA, brand Intracoastal West throughout, open floor plan. $ 800/mo. '
new construction w/incredible ocean Bishop's Court - Hodges Unfurnished Condos -
views, garage, amenities. $2195/mo. End units w/views, Belleza - PV 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor top/
4 Oakbridge at Sawgrass - PV all appliances, amenities. end unit, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, all
' 4BR/2BA, home has screened lanai, 1BR/1BA, ground floor. $875/mo. upgraded. $1100/mo.
on lagoon, 2 car garage. $1700/mo. 1BR/1BA, ground floor. $900/mo. Palms at Marsh ending - ies.
Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
( Sawgrass Players Club -PV 2BR/2BA, Reserve at Pointe Meadows -1 Gate 1BR/1BA, 3rd floor, vaulted ceilings.
home has wood deck w/lagoon to golf Pkwy 2BR/2BA 2nd floor condo w/tile $850/mo.
course views, remodeled. $1450/mo. floors, upgrades, balcony. $1095/mo. 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit,
4349th Avenue N. JB 3BR1BA Wolf Creek - Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, Jardin De Mer -JB
home hs hardwood floors, all new townhouse, all upgraded, screened 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor,: condo wall the
Interior, fenced backyard. $1400/mo. porch, amenities. $1100/mo. upgrades, garage, balcony. $1150/mo. ,
SVillages of Solano - PV 3BR/2.5BA, townhouse w/attached .
3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft, arage. $1200/mo
$garage patio, very neutral and clean. L Villago - ou ide 2BR/2RE5BA ST th
$1350/mo. I VL o - Southside 2BR/2.5BA .ft * Shannon Smith
Beach Avenue - AB 2BR/1BA, 2nd two story condo w/upgrades (904) 285-5640 -
Sstory duplex, ocean views, wood deck, throughout, amenities. $1200/mo. www.rentthebeaches.com
wood floors. $1200/mo.


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Classified 6 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader November 10, 2000


PVB, 3BR/ 2BA Townhouse, 1280sf.,
W/D, screened porch, $1100/mo.
904-537.-4072.

JAX BEACH. Oceanview. Renovated.
Hardwood floors, Dishwasher, CH&A.
1BR/1BA; $700/mo. to $1000/Imo,.
(904)859-1301, (904)553-1354.
NEPTUNE BCH- 2BR/1.5BA townhouse,
1.5 blocks to ocean $995/mo. 1BR Apt,
1.5 blocks to ocean $850/mo. 246-3739

ATLANTIC BCH, 2 Dlocks Irom ocean
2/1 waier lurnished. 242-98415
ATLANTIC BEACH. 706 Cavalla Rd
2BR'1 5BA, WDHU, enclosed porch
$775/mr.o. .$775.dep 514 8761
PVB, 3BR/2BA Townhome, WDHU, lyr
lease. No pels $950.'mo *$950,sec.
'249-6501. 233-7224
3BR/2BA DUPLEX Lora & First.
$1500/mo, 249-2865
1/2 BLOCK to ocean, 1BR/1BA, studio,
elecric & waier included, laundry room.
$i'75,'.mo 19041318 0044.
JAX BEACH block & half from water,
2BR/1BA, CH/A, WDHU, fireplace,
$695/mo. 904-891-0696. .
N. JAX BCH, 308 #5 4In Ave, No. small
IBR'IBA. real nice. le thriroughoul; great
location, laundry & slorage available, in-
cludes waier. $625/mo 434-4499
OCEANjFRONT 2BR/IBA 506 B Ocean-
froni. Nep Bch 750sl Just remodeled.
$1600'rro including utilities 545-1046
2BR 1BA Atlanlic Bch. 2 blocks from
*ocean $1000/mo. mcl uil. Please call
561-676-0611.
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR,2BA, bonus room covered patio.
CH&A, WDHU 1207 Maypon Landing Dr.
$,790"mo, $700 deposit 280-2728. leave
message
ATLANTIC BEACH 2BR."BA, hardwood
oo.:r. CH&A WDHU. 1 5 DIocks to
S each. 1ist' Iasi mo reni, SD. 1 year
lease $900/mo. Donna Ross Real Es.
S, l nrc 246-4862
_ARGE EFFICIENCi' Apanment excel-
'.-rm locallonr 2 blocks 10 Ocean very
clear, No pels $575 mu. 642-1214 or"
S241-1219
223B HOPKINS St, Nep Bcn. IBR/IBA
efficiency Api 1.5 blocks hrom ocean
$775'mo Lewis Really (9041291-7229
NEPTUNE BCH. near ocean renovated
2BR. all ameniles avail soon. $I100/mo
. 247-1417.

OCEANVIEW, JAX BCH
- 21 apanment. 103 161h Av. S CH.'A
WDHU No dogs $975,'mo. i500,'deposil
Broker' Owner 249.8766 Call anydayi
FIRST MONTH FREE!
BEACHES 212,ON lakelroni, many exiras.
A-.,1 imined $1200/mo. 382-6145


NEAR PONTE Vedra, 1 block beach. Best
area, quiet, safe, residential neighbor-
hood. 2BR/1BA lower duplex. New paint,
CH&A, W/D included. No smoking. Small
pet considered. $950/mo., lease deposit.
993-1118.


JAX BCH near ocean 1BR unlurnished PVB IN TPC 3BR,2BA home, 2car.
api lease references $7251mo 222 41n , updaled, Ihreplace close 10 park' pool.
Ave So. 221-.4134, 703.5518 673-6378


2.1 201 N 91h SI $700,mo $700 dep
Non-smoking. no pets 246-9162. exi 5#
NEP BCH. 1.,2 block Irom ocean Ehicien-
cv CH A. kilchen equipped,. avail Dec
'-il 1650 me. plus dep & electric
249.4159


S, ATLANTIC BEACH off Seminole Rd.
Beauilul newer 3.2 5 iownrome. 10h cell-
. ngs. hignI & bright hardwood floors. 1 car
gar small lenced bDackyard 8 blocks IOD
. , acr,. $T1550'mo, flexible lerms And al.
o,. O avail

Jax Beach. Jardin De Mer condo Beauii-
lul. new 2 2 w lipic & garage Firsi iloer.
$1125'mo Call June, First Trusi Realty.
3 994-3F.308

tJEP BCH. 2BR'1 5BA clean W D. near
iCW, lenced yard. $885 mo 631-8607.
AVAIL 2BR. 1.5BA Townhome with wood-
ourning Ipi Nicely landscaped garden pa.
iio 3rea w new privacy ernce. WDHLU am-
pile storage. new rerrig w.'icemaker. dish-
washer & garbage disposal 475 Lower
81h Ave S Jax Beach. No pels please
$975.'mo w.'lease & strong rel s required
Call evenings 285-8325 or cell. 403-9297

JAX BEACH 2BR 1 5BA. 900si W/D.
CH.CA �900'mo + $900 deposit 1 yr
lease no peis. 210' 222 171h Ave No
Call 221-6816
11.2 BLOCKS Ic.,Ocean, isiAve Soulh
1BR 1BA $685 mo 19041891.0606
MOBILE HOMES $525 1, `�575, cr, pvr.
:vale lois Near Mayponrl aval Staiion no
. dogs . 333-5579


INDIAN SPRINGS, 4BRi2 5BA, approx
3000sf, 2car gar., asking $1650,mo.
.$1650 deposit.. Ready to move-in.
1904)270-8515, 472-5913
NEPTUNE BEACH house for rent'
3BR'2BA; 1270sfqh CH&A Nice neigh-
borhood Fenced back yard. $1400/mo. +
deposit. 524 Oceanwood Or So. Call 629.
9254
JAX BEACH- 909. 7th Ave. tp ,,lr,
2BR' IBA house w'screened ir porch,
lenced yard, CHSA. $850.mo
(904)891-0606.
INTRACOASTAL WEST 3'2,2, 1540s ,
replace, new carpet.l, yard svc No pets.
$1300/mo 223-4058
BEAUTIFUL 3/2 South Jax Beach
home. 5 blocks from beach. recently reno-
vaieo inside and out. W/D included
$1290rnc. 280-2341
ATLANTIC BCH, 4BR 2BA like new, com.
pleiely remodeled! Bike tc. beach & park
Avail 1,'1. $1375.'mo. 247-4527
SO JAX Beac:h Riptide 4'3, furnished or
unturnisined 2400 si, $1950 min
(904)553-2352
S. JAX Beach; 3BR/1.5BA. 1380sf. wash-
er & dryer included 4 blocks l ocean.
screened porch, lenced yard. fireplace.
$1325/mo. 662-2648
ICW ATLANTIC at Kernan. Kensington
3BR/2BA 1840sl 2CG. $1300.'mo .sec
deposit 904-891-7729
ATLANTIC BEACH. 2BR.1BA. Fenced
backyard $850 mo.: Call 1904)249-2840
PONTE VEDRA By Inhe Sea 4BR.2 5BA, 21
car garage walk to beach. $2600.'mo
472-0914
2BR 1BA, 326 6In Streel. Allanimc Beach.
$1600'mo with 1si and last months rent
payable upon signing 1 year lease. Peti
allowed. Call Vicki or Tami at 241-1656
SELVA LINKSIDE- ATLANTIC BCH
3BR,'2BA. great condilicr. 1654sl. over
looking golf course, low maintenance.
$1500,mo 904-219.-7962


LARGE I bedroom Excellent localion 2
blocks to ocean Very clean No Pels
S675 mo 642-1214 and 241,i219
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands
Townhome, VERY .CLEAN, .1500sq.,
3/2.5, W/D, garage,pool, No Pets, Non-
Smokers, $1280/mo. 655-2718


RENTAL 200


ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2.5BA,1400
sqft;; corner unit; well kept townhouse,
W/D, screened porch faces. nature;
$1495/mo.; 241-5221.
JAX BEACH., 3BR/1.5BA, 1450sf. 1212
151h Ave N 12 blocks lo each, close to
Fleicher HS Florida room, large kiicnen,
W.'D. lenced yard. Avail 11.1"06.
$1350mo 710.2600.534-3411
JAX BCH, 3BR/1 BA, CH&A, Aasther dryer
hook i up large yard, new kitchen, new car-
pel. t1050 249-1104.

ATLANTIC BCHoi Mayport, spacious 3/2,
plus bonus room, fireplace fenced yard,
real corendion! No smoking' pets only
1025/mo. deposit 755-4038
PVB IN Sawgrass Players Club. 3BR'2BA
townhouse 1475sl , garage W/D, lire-
place $1495imo. Sieve. 537-0570. Pre-
view at www siev.eshaughnessy com
435 WHITING Lane, AB. 3,2, Florida
room WDHU. CH&A. No pets $950,mo
laep . 2464-1098.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA. 1650sf
2 car garage $1400.mo .$1000tdep
285-7655
JAX BEACH- 428 3rd Ave. So. 2BR/IBA
house. CH&A, lenced yard, $775'mo,
(904)891-0606 . .
NEWER CONSTRUCTION. 2 slory lown-
house, 1450+sl , 3BR.25BA. 1 car ga-
rage gas fireplace. lenced backyard.
open floor plan. $1150,mo 608-2579
1365 SEMINOLE Rd. 3/2, CH,A. garage,
$1300'mo 707-9954
ADORABLE BEACH cottage, 3BR/IBA.
4 5 blocks io ocean $1300,mo, +700 dep
372-4477
3BR 2.5BA washer' dryer pool, waler-
front w, dock, garage, tenced yard Isle of
Palms $1600,mo. 13521636-2151
BRAND NEW Keywest. single family
home., galed community. 2900+ sf.
4BR'35BA 2 car garage. $1800.mo.
$499900. 1904 608-2579


BRAND NEW construction, 4BR/2.5BA.
hardwood floors, granite countertops.
stainless steel appliances, fenced, 4
blocks from ocean, S2300/mo., call
Mark, 591-6976.
PVB


JAX BEACH. 3/2 5, 1700st.. 2car gar-
gage. big backyard. avail. Dec, $1450'mo.
338-3351
ATLANTIC BEACH/ MAYPORT AREA
S1129 Sebago Ave So/Oak Harbor
All new 3BR.2BA, tile/ carpet fenced, no
peis $1200'mo.
11 ?3 Sebago Ave So. 3BR,2BA, greal
shape tenced, screened porch, carport, no
pets. $1300/mo. 631.3583 or 612-8868.
DISCOUNT FOR 2 YEAR LEASE


JACKSONVILLE BEACH
CONSTITUTION COVE
3,2. 1 car gar.. 1700si. $1495,mo
PONTE VEDRA
PONTE VEDRA LANDING;
3/2, 1 car gar.. 1347sl,$1150,'mo
ATLANTIC BEACH
THE COURTYARDS
2.2 condo. $795.'mo
CYPRESS COVE
, ar q ai, l340il. -.995.'rn,
3,'2. 1 car gar., 1410st, $995/mo t
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
3/2 1005sf. T,850'mo
2.'1 5 ownhome $850,mo
ICW
HIGHLAND GLENN
4,4. 2800sf. S2800imo
SUTTON LAKES
32.2 car gar. 2000st, $1495/mo
S COLLINSWOOD- OFF GIRVIN
. 32, 2 car gar 1900s1, $1395/mo.
SAN PABLO CREEK
3.'2. 2 cargar, 1675.s, avail 11'15
$1195'mo
KERNAN FOREST
2/2, 1 car gar. 1100sf, $995/mo
WINDSOR CHASE
4'2. 2 car gar.. 2000st, $1395/mo
GRAND RESERVE
2/2, 1212si $1100'mo.
WOLF CREEK
3/2.5, 1 car gar., 1764sf. $1200/mo.
HAWKINS COVE
4,2, 2 car gar., 1932sf, $1400;mo
DANFORTH
S4'2.2 car gar., 1990sf, $1525,'mo.
SOUTHSIDE
BELLE RIVE
1 1 condo, 770si, $875'mo. avail. 12/15.
DEER COVE
3/2. 2 car gar.. 1425sf, $1195/mo.
SONOMA SOUTHSIDE
3/2, 1310sl, $1395,/mo.
MANDARIN
S ,2 5,2200si. $12501mo
S ARLINGTON
SHADOWOOD
". 2/2,1292sf; $895/mo.
CARLTON AT OAK LANDING
2.2.5. 1042si. 5800,mao.
MERRILL PINES
2i2 1000sf $850/mo.
2,2 1120sl. 795/mo
NORTH JACKSONVILLE
KINGS MILL
., .A , '- 3/2.5, $1195/mo. :. ,
EAGLES HAMMOCK
4.3 $1450omo.
S4/2.2 car gar, 2000sf, $1450/mo.
S4/2, 2 cargar.2114si, $1400.'mo
4/2.5, 3 car gar , 2860st. $1800/mo
BONAPARTE CROSSING
, 3.2.2 car qar. $1195 mo.
HICKORY HILL
3/2.5 2 car gar., 2220sl, $1395/mro.
TIDEWATER
4/3, 2340si, $1750/mo.
4/3, 3 car gar . 2065s1. $1825/mo.
4/3, 3 car gar, 2065sf $1795/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
'241-5501 OR 221-1711.

888MEa


JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, 3biks from
ocean. $1000/mo. $600/dep. Call Derek
349-6669.


ISLE OF Palms, 3BR/2BA, frplc., CH/A,
2 car gar., pets ok. $1350/mo. Call
962-9240.


SOUTH JAX Beach, 3/1, newly remod-
eled, tile floors & blinds throughout. All
appl., DW & WD. Large yard; quiet neigh-
borhood, 809 8th Ave. So., $1200 + dep!,
246-2634.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Selva Marina area,
4BR/2.5BA, 2800sqft. w/ large fenced
yard, walk to beach and Jack Russell
Park, $2000/mo. Available mid-Dec., 476-
7320.
,2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile
floors, CH&A, laundry room, patio, fenced
yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets, $950/deposit,
$950/mo. 617 7th Ave'S., Jax Bch.
993-1114 or 270-1284.


ATLANTIC BCH/W MAYPORT
1'901 Challenger. Ct. East. 2BR/2BA loft,
tile/carpet, new appliances private count.
yard, no pets. $895/mo. 631-3583 or 612.
8868. ' .
DISCOUNT FOR 2 YEAR LEASE

1BR/1BA PONTE Vedra Condo w/loft;
VERY CLOSE TO THE BEACH; Club-
house, Pool $1000/mo. only; Call (904)
249-2840.
CONDO FOUNTAINS' Ponme Vedra 695
A1A N 3BR 2BA Lease $1295 or
buy $239,900 Very clean 246 6649.
PVB- 1BR'DEN, 1BA condo near all
amenities, new carpel,. pairnt. liness cir.
pool, gated.". Great location. $84Ciio
285-5064 aher 5pm
JAX BCH, new 3BR 3BA North Shore
condo. 6th floor, .1126 , N. 1st St.
$2500 mo 19041251-4319.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR,2BA. atlacned ga.
rage., furnished. all appliances. includes
WID. $1200,.mo Mark. 338 3230.


OCEAN FRONT new 3'3 garage. won-
deriul views. consider lease optiorn
$2695.mc 568-48618
PONTE VEDRA, Luxury 1/1 patio home.
walk to beaches, pond view. pool/
health club amenities, S1099/mo.
407-448-5635.
1BR/1BA THIRD floor, fireplace, balco-
ny, wood floors. S800/mo. Avail imme-
diately. (904)534-4559.


ATLANTIC BEACH. Remodeled condo'
lease 2BR./1 5BA. A/C, security. New ap-
pliances. No pets. $850/mo +$850,'dep
781-6528.
PV BCH 2BR/2BA. galed. luxury condo ir,
great loc Pool,. cluDnse. liiness cir. great
view from screened lanai W/D incI, stor-
age area . 2nd lIr $935.mo. Call 285-5064
a er 5pm
BIKE TO ihe beach 3BR'2BA. 1500st.
$1200,mo. Call 904.708-0391.
LESS THAN 1 MILE TO BEACH
2BR/2BA condo, gated commur.iy. 2005
restoration. walk-in closely, screened bal.
cony, lop floor end unil, 3 community
pools, alarm. vaulled ceilings. The Palms
-9 Marsh Landing Priced to Renti this
month $995. Serious,. responsible renters
only 973-715-1176
PVB, 2BR,'2BA. ready to move in. Saw-
, grass CC, 285-6423.


OCEAN FRONT condo 2BR.2BA.
$1700 mo Call 716-1608
3BR/2BA WOLF Creek. Beach Blvo;
Clubhouse. Pool, Fines. Si200'mo ; Call
1904) 249.2840. ' . - -
2/2 CONDO in Ja. Beacn/Marsh Landing
totally remodeled in 05'. $850"mo.
j904)591-6796
PVB SUMMERHOUSE new 2.2 washer'
dryer, replace, 5 star amenities no
srroking/ pets only $925/mo + deposit
755-4038
OCEANFRONT, 2BR,2BA condo. tuily lur.
nished' unlurnisned. Available immediate-
ly. Long-term lease. 465-4101
LUXURY OCEANFRONT CONDO
Brand new in Coia Verano. 2600sqh .
3BR,'3 5BA, covered garage & amenities
center w,' theatre room. billiard room in-
door spa. sauna & steam room. out door
healed pool overlooking ocean, approx.
$40.000 in upgrades, $3500/mo 1404-.
915-5812
JAX BEACH, orand new. ocean view,
3BR.'2BA. 41h floor, corner unil. pool. cov-
ered parking all appliances , more
, $2000/mo 904-955.1881.


Experience

'The (ondo Lifestyle'
in Ponte Vedra
Enjoy 'five star' services
and amenities!
0 Long Term Rentals
ill furnished $850-$900'
All.411 new interiors.!!
Unfurnished
1/1 w/fp/screened lanai $995
2/2 w/fp and w/d $950-$1000
2/2 w/fp and screened lanai
$1250-$1300
Pool..Tenni..Clubhouse
Planned Activities
Too much to list..you must visit!
Suncoast Management, LLC
(904) 285-4840


ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS AKC; champ.
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully fumished, ocean- bldline; female/ $750; male/ $650, neg.,
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267. (904)334-3042. pamela777@bellsouth.net
w w w .rentjacksonvillebeach.com ... . ..-3 .. --.- ..


PVB IN Sawgrass Players Club, 3BR/2BA
townhouse, 1475sf., garage, W/D, fire-
place. $1495/mo. Steve, 537-0570. Pre-
view at www.steveshaughnessy.com
2BR/ 2BA, ground floor, gated community.
5 star living. $995/mo. Call Steve Macri,
Country Club Real Estate (904)662-9015.
OCEANFRONT 1BR 1BA, Jax Bch. Im-
maculate, peaceful. $1550/mo. 249-6166.
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
vated, $1100/mo. possible lease/pur-
chase, (215)598-7488.
1/2 MONTH FREE rent, Villas At Marsh
Landing, 1/1, upper, place, garage.
$835/mo. TDO Management Services.
246-1125.
JAX BEACH OCEANVIEWS
New 3/2, 20ft balcony facing East, granite,
all appl., 7th; floor. Steps to the beach.
$2100/mo 651-1012.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BA
beautiful marsh views, 3rd floor, $850/mo.
993-4011.
2/2 'CONDO. '221 13th Ave. No'. Jax
Beach, 2 blocks oil ocean No pets Appli.
ances included W'D flree waler & sewer.
'community pool. $1200'mo - $1200 de.
posit Available now Call 246 3068
JAX BEACH. 3BR.2BA spacious bright
end unit, garage lanai. pool. galed. close
o .JTB, blocks 10 beach $1350'mo.
(904)327-9788.,
AB. HALF block Irom ocean. urnished,
3BR,2BA $1500/mo, no pels, 247.1049.
,608-4325


3BR/2BA HOUSE w/hot tub. walk to
beach. $500/mo. +utilities. Available 12/1.
662-2336. '
LOOKING FOR roommate to share new
condo Must be clean, neat mature ,1,3
rent uliilies. & lees, 463-2845.
N ATLANTIC Beach.' Spectacular Ocean-
irorni. THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge 2500sf
luxurious In-level home. Furnished,
3decks, private garden, & entries. garage
prkg. Huge pool. wooded & secluded
$1.050/mo icl el id uil . cable, wireless
networking. 12 mos lease Will consider
short lerm @ncr rent Avail. Dec. 1 or
sooner 716-4232



*CHRISTIAN MALE seeks roommate, near
Mayport Rd. $440mo+ dep. 923-6482.


GORGEOUS OCEAN front condo, short
term available, weekly/ monthly 2BR/2BA,
Jacuzzi, hardwood floors, granite counters,
ocean side pool, private beach access,
covered parking. Call 568-6909. or
629-1 194.

OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
(904)249-8269. ,
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828.


FURNISHED ROOM for rent. $500/mo, DIVORCE AMERICAN STYLE! Uncon-
Nodrth' Ponte Vedia, telephone number, tested divorce papers. Without Kids (while.
ref., & $200 deposil 543-1860 you'wait) With kids (a little longer) Since
' . ..."________ 1981/ by appt. only (904)641-2187.


ROOM W-BATH $450.mo. includes ull-
ities & cable. Sue 434-4851
ICW. FURNISHED room private batn.
$150-wk mcl util 210-8877 or 996-8341
SOUTH JAX Beach. large privale room.
w' bairt luinished, cable, private entrance,
CAH. $140,wK + $140 deposil, on bus
line, 246.0862
ROOM FOR rent. AB, private balh/ ilchn-
en privIleges W'D, No drugs $145'wk
249 7926



2 OFFICE Rental Spaces in Jax Beach/
South 3rd Si - two upslairs units @ 700sf
ea lone has a kiTchep' lunch area; one
oownslaiis unir @ 1400sl - rental rates
are trom $760 base per month. depending
on size and amenities. Call 247-1770 lor
apple to view.


EXCELLENT SPACE for lease. Beach
Plaza on Beach Blvd. Call Jonathan, 866-
6937
BEACHES OFFICE space available. Met-
ropolilan Building in Jacksonville Beach 2
orlices with assislani slalions available In-
cludes lull use ol recepl;on area. conler-
ence room wiocean view, kitchen, higri
speed internei. copier and reserved park.
ing space in building garage Share space
wilhn anorneys. Call 247-1755 or email,
bgoode @ponie% edralaw.com
INDIVIDUAL OUALITe Executive Office
overlooking golf course in S. Jax Beach
Call 241-5553 x15.
APPROXIMATELY 750 si. quality office
space overlooking goll course in S Jax
Beach Call 241-5553 x15


LARGE 1 room
common areas, b
er ample parking
Bch. 241-0666.


PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of
the Board of Trustees of the Polite
Officers Retirerrmeni Fund will oe held 6n
Thursday, November 16, 2006 al 5:45
p.m. in the Ciry Hall Building. Council
Chambers. 116 First SIreet. Neptune.
Beach, Florida
It a person decides to appeal any decision
made by ine Board with respect io any
mailer considered al such meeting or
hearing Ihe person willI need a record l1
Ine proceedings and Tor sucri purpose
may need to ensure thai a verbatim record
ol Ihe proceedings is made, which record
includes Ihe lestimony and evidence upon
which Ire appeal is to be based.
In accordance wiln [he Ameiicans Willh'
Disabillies Act and Seciioron 286.26, Flon-
da SlaLute persons wiln disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in mis meeting should cornia3 Ihe City
Clerk's Office no later man 12 00 p m. Ine
day ol the meeting
BL 8,10 06


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Iris category please call 904-249-9033 or
email- classlied,)beacresieader com

PIANO LESSONS
All levels. sTyles & ages Will come to your
.home. Piano Tuning also available.
241.4954 655-3300


nealincare ohice. Share . CNA TRAINING PROGRAM
bathrooms. office manag- FIeel Landing in pannersri-p wirn Ihe
ig. 3rd Sireel. Neptune American Red Cross ,s orering a Irair.ing
S rd..gram ror nieresied individuals waih a
'desire to become a cehniled nursing asss-
______________ tant TTne program is being ordered witr no
Ri ll b pan-.tim and meel in ihe evenings
IL TEDRA o,:,r 10 weeks We are a premier rehremeni
I iicommunrry Iocaied in Alanic Beacn. For'
.E SPACE more iniormatori. please call us al 904-
IH, ,11_4 - 246-9900 ext. 437. "

ILABLE-
- Long Term QUICK BOOKS non-payroll rwo 4-hour
trial Services days per week Good pay small PV office.
Send resume o10 SBT P.O. Box' 3039
ice Room PVB, FL 32004-3039
A1A/ * *
beac . Cook and Countier, up to 40hrs.. Days.
beachn Mon.-Sai availabilir Some beneliis Fun
,hn n/ place Io work 273-4785


NEPTUNE BEACH, 2113 Florida Blvd [or
mixed use plenty ol parking on two lois,
3450st dividable. 993-4011
(2) OFFICE Condos 1140sl each, 210
west of 195. Avail. 1/1/07.904-687-3000.



PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.


NANNY NEEDED, reliable Iransponanton
8am-6pm, Moo. Wea., & Thurs. Releren-
ces required. Susan, 610-2031.


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AKC & CUK Pomeranians, pnces start at
$300. Call 904-859-4310.
CHIHUAHUAS- 4 rare choc males, 1
bik/wht male. Ready 11/17. $500/POP
Call 241-2132.
MALTESE, ADORABLE BABIES, loving
and trained. $900 +.up. (904)744-8154.
TWO BIRDS. Sun Conure & indian Rin-
neck both w/cage $495, or $250 each.
251-5659.
GOLD TEGU Lizard-tupinambis teguixin
ssp--19" inc tail-see ReptileAIISorts.com
for care. Feisty. $75. 280-2309.


LOST, 30CB brown female dog w/curled
up Chow tail, "Brownie", worn brown collar
wistuds. $100 Reward 982,7734.
FOUND MINI Pin puppy, approx lyr old.
in Neptune Beach Call 249-3229 to claim.

HOMELESS PETS lor adoplon- Cais &
. dogs; 246-3600.



POLLY, WHY won't you talk to me?
Please, let's talk.' Larry,
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tired railroad man w/ light housekeeping
duties. Room & board provided. Call
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NnvPmher 10_ 2006


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


Classified 7


Retail
DRAPER'S & DAMON'S
Missy / Petite apparel co. w/ 48
stores has exciting opptys.
P/T SALES ASSOCIATES
3968 South Third St.
Jacksonville Beach
Ph:'904-241-0500
Generous benefits & compensation!
50% Employee Discount and morel
Apply within, fax 904-241-5533
or e-mail hrretail@drapers.com,
www.drapers.com



BEACHES "CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 14b1 Beach'Blvd.
MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB.
Full Time Golf Course Maintenance staff.
Excellent benefits for FT include vacation,
sick, 401k, health benefits. Apply in per-
son Tues-Sat, 'call . 285-6514 for-
directions. Drug testing/EOE. . .
GROUNDSKEEPER
FULL time Monday - Friday with excellent'
benefits at Premier Retirement Communi-
ty. Applications available at.Fleet Landing
Security Gale One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 Fax resume to
i90424.-944-7. erraill to:
jobs@ftleetleanding.com Weosite :at'
www.fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-PFree.
Workplace
CARPET CLEANING & Pressure washing'
technicians needed , Must have valid
jier'-s license Benelfis available.
42_?.-114


SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB: AMi
&PM Line Cook. Weekends required Pa
neg. with exp. 'Fax 904-246-912t, ema
accountihg@selvamarina.com, 'or apply ih
person. DFWP ' . i

DINING ROOM SERVERS & BANQUET
SERVERS. Marsh Landing Country Clul
has lull time & pan time positions availa
Die Sianing at l101nr Eycelleni beneirt
lor FT. Apply In person Tuesday-Saiur
day. Call 285-6514 for directions Drug
testingiEOE
HELP WANTED
lor local nouse cleaning business Mus
have own transportnalion, pass background
check and oe avail M-F Otwn 8-5-30pm.
891-0711


PAINTERS WANTED Must have basic
hand toolS and iransporlation DFWP
Scon Pantinrg Inc 1904-1710-6732
MAINTENANCE TECHS
Full Time Small Engine Mechanic at a
premier reriremeni community Excellenr
beneils Apphlications at Fleel Landing Se.
curity Gate One Fleel Landing Blva. At-
lantic Beach FL. Fax to10 904-246-9447:
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE
Drug-Free Workplace
HAIRST'iLIST OR Massage Facialist
wanted to rent spacious private room in
Jax Beacin nair salon 150.wk Call
270-0997 ask for Debi.
FAMILY PARTNERS- Beaches. Seeking
SInlai . Toddler Cari.ver Preschool
S Teacner, anrd VPK Teachers. Full and
Pan-time posilions available Experience
pielerred. WillI train enirusiasiic individu.
als witn loli ol common sense and a gen.
uine love lor children. Call 246-0882 or lax
. resume 249.1033
Banender needed apply wlriin Haroor
Tavern 60C Maypon Rd Call 208-1922.
LINE COOKS AND DISHWASHERS.
. Marsh Landing Country Club is ring ex-
perienced line cooks and dishwashers.
Exrceleni beneils lor lull tme. Apply in
person Tuesday-Salurday Call 285-6514
lor directions Drug testing EOE ,


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, full time,
Jax Bch. Microsoft proficient, bookkeep-
ing, marketing. Email resume, to:
fetan@bellsouth.net
PRE-K/ PRE-SCHOOL Teachers Assis-
tant, must have background screening
clearances; 8:30am-12:30 pm or 5:30
p.m., 1851 Beach Blvd., Jax Beach,
32250. EOE, 242-9645. ToApply@com-
cast.net.
EDUCATIONAL SALES
Join our team If you can excel at inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will'join a Nation-
a company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Prefer candidate with experience In inside
sales, customer service, or telemarketing..
Excellent communication skills a must.
Ability to handle business accounts. Base
pay plus commissions. FT/PT, no eve-
nings or weekends. Fax resume:
(904)285-0010 or email:
jim@ mediakids.com
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
co'd required. Call April, 246-9999.
OFFICE MANAGER- Busy Beach firm
needs dependable person to manage dai
ly operations Respocnsibilities include pay-
roll. billing, order Taking and customer in-
Sleracilon Musl e a multi-laske 8 30-
5:00, M-F Salary commensurate with exp.
Call Larry 242-0140.
LABORERS PLUMBERS. Roolers, Scal-
Told Erectors. Carpenters Skilled person.
nel. Call 249-8147 or 726-5661
TRAINERS FOR clay program Work w,
adults who have M R 'DrD M-F, 8am.
4pm Apply 850 6Bn Ave. Souhn, Suite 500.
249-8556 EOE.DFWP
*BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beacn and
iniercoasial areas at least 23 yrs old,
good driving record Call 249-0360


CNA
Yl HEALTH CENTER
I FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm at Premiere Re.
n lirement Communityrv. Excellent benet
, package, compeltive wages, good work-
ing environment. Applications available at
SFleet Landing Security Gaie. One Fleet
T ' Landing Blvd.. Atlantic Beach. FL Fax to
b 19041246-9447; email lo- jobs@fleetland-
Ing.com EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace


MOJO KITCHEN
BBQ PIT &
BLUES BAR
NOW HIRING ALL POSITIONS
Hosts, Servers, Banenders. Prep Cooks,'
Line Cooks Dishwashers. New restaurant
in jax Bcn offers employees great pay &
fun atmosphere Apply in person: 1500
Beach Blvd. #111
EXPERIENCED LANDSCAPE mainte-
nance Pay depends on experience
207.4037
MIDDLE SCHOOL Teacher lor small pri-
vate school, beaches area. Please send
resume io: aepaulbeacn'-Dellsouth net

CNA
ASSISTED LIVING
FULL-Time, 3pm-.lpm al Premiere Re-
liremeni Community. Excellent benefit
package, compeitive wages. good work.
ing environment Applications available al
Fleet Landing Security Gate. One Fleel
Landing Blvd Atlantic Beach. FL- Fax to
k9041246-9447: e-mail to: jobs@fleetland-
ing.com EOE, Drug-Free Workplace
GOLF COURSE Maintenance full-ime.
Queens Harbor. good pay. good benefits
Dan 221-5259.
DISHWASHERS
FULL-TIME, 1:30pm to 930pm in main
dining room kitchen Dependability and
puncluality a music. Excellent benetlis and
greal work environment To apply. appli-
callons available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleel Landing Blvd. Atlantic
Beacn, FL 32233. Fax to 1904)246-9447;
e-mail tojobs@fleetlanding.com EOE'
Dru.Frer W Pyce _ -


Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.
BEACHES SOFTWARE Development
Company seeking experienced Individual
for Receptionist/Admin Support position.
At least 3 years experience in a fast-
paced environment required. Must have
excellent oral and written communication
skills, outstanding customer service skills,
the ability to multi-task, be familiar with
general' office procedures and be profi-
cient with MS Office tools. If interested,
go to
.http://www.lexisnexis.com/careers/apply
and apply to requisition #220484.
SOUS CHEF, SERVERS, LINE Cook,
Dishwashers,. Fine Dining. JJ's Bistro.
Ponte Vedra, 273-7980. Gate Parkway,
996-7557.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION COOR-
DINATOR, M-F w/some Saturdays. Pref-
erably w/Real Estate License; e-mail re-
sume at firsttrustrealty@bellsouth.net
EXPERIENCED FLOORING SALES
PERSON. Mainly Beaches area. Fax re-
sume 247-9036.
NEED INTERIOR trim . carpenters and;
helpers Depenidaile .wn Irannporialorin
SCall 635.1 '395.
LAWN CARE Te.rrnican needed rir
Beach company rico ,-penerce required
$30K. lil yr or vicp performers eain
$40K+ Ben;liis eremn-enl Drug irse
worvpla:ie Full Irainng pro.ided Call
241-78-74


Immediate
Openings
Join our team of
cleaning professionals

No Nights or Weekends
* Paid Vacations
* Paid Holidays
* Competitive Wages
* Company Vehicle
app&t it ptetsio to


2201 Florida Bhd
Mon - Fri S -4 30
241-9520






Perfect Part-Time Job!
(Full-Time Too!)
Home Cleaners
* $200 - $400/wk.
* Flexible Daytime
Schedule
* Work Near Home
* Own Transportation
Required

I 1Y3"
242-8235


BEACHES SOFTWARE Development
Company seeking experienced individual
for Administrative Support position. Re-
quirements include at least 3 years previ-
ous administrative experience, highly pro-
ficient with MS Office tools, experience
working with databases, excellent oral and
written communication skills, outstanding
customer service skills and the ability to
multi-task., If interested, go to
http://www.lexisnexis.com/careers/apply
and apply to requisition #219084.

SALON, BOOTH rental, Atlantic Beach.
Contact Susan, 241-1020.
RECEPTIONIST/ ADMIN ASSISTANT.
Marsh Landing Country Club (Ponte Ve-
dra Beach). FT, Tuesday- Saturday with
excellent benefits 'including 401k, vac.,
sick. Looking for personable individual for.
receptionist and administrative duties for
country club. Must be able to multi-task.
Excellent phone skills and computer skills
required. Apply in person Tuesday- Satur-
day. 285-6514. Drug testing/ EOE.


CAREER IN REAL ESTATE
North Florida Real Estate Broker is cur-
rently seeking new agents to assist with
the company's growth through the next
decade. Prospective Sales Associates
must be goal oriented, self-starters who
can prospect for new clients, understand
the importance of relationship marketing,
and possess an ability to close real estate
transactions. Successful agents will earn
' high incomes with company's individual
training initiatives and' assistance with
their personal business development pro-
gram. Full and Part-time Positions availa-
ble immediately. Florida Real Estate Li-
cense Required. Please FAX cover letter,
resume and contact information to Corpo-
rate Trainer at 813-225-1630, mall infor-
mation to PO Box 26312 Tampa, Florida
33623 or' e-mail information to
Jameshurley2005@tampabay.rr.com
RAGTIME TAVERN now accepting appli-
cations for experienced Line Cooks. Apply
in person, 207 Atlantic Blvd. Atlantic
Beach.


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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT w/some
showroom sales duties as needed at a
well established marble and grannie im-
porter located at the beach. Knowledge of
stone materials and design helpful. Salary
and benefits negotiable upon experience.
Fax resume to: 241-3204.
REAL ESTATE office, experienced secre-
tary wirh computer knowledge, license
preferred, fax resume to 273-4848.
TAYLOR LANE Day Spa, beaches loca-
tion, hiring for hairstylist to rent station.
Call Pamie 591-1683.
CUSTOM Interior Trim Carpenters need-
ed., any carpentry experience a plus.
Beaches and Ponte Vedra areas. Call Tim
509-9071.


"Be Part of the Best"
Front Desk
Agent
"Apply at the '
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1616 N. First St.
We offer great pay paid vacation &
personal time. Hearithisoni/dental
insurance. 401K


LETTERS FROM Santa! Make inls
Chnriimas a 'special memory winh a per-
sonalized lener irom Sania $6 per lerner
Buy rwo gel one tree. 221.2152
www saniamailroom corn Email
ini:.,'Esanriamailioom :om
BARTErDER SERVICE friendly expert
en,:ced i:ensed Danternder available for
holldav season lur.ciIons PV 10o A. Bch
area Call Ru.,s ai 561-703.2577
SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
Tune-up All makes all models, $49 50
241-2112


I ORGANIZE and clear trie in
garage ais". paini ihe walls &
N.ck 349 5990S


inside ol your


.FALL CHANGE OUT SPECIAL
We service & sell all makes & models.
Free esimale Family owned & operated
CAC1814887 Padgens AC. 588-5222.


AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING,
14 years experience Reasonable prices,
tow minimum raies, weekend appoint-
ments available 19041525-7419
BARON & Bern's Cleaning Service: com.
mercial & residential. Call Ior your Iree
quote, 248-9950
CLEANING BY Chrislopher catering to
the beaches area, 1904)725-2738.

ELECTICAL SERVICS 61


or ANOMOTEC QUALITY Electrical Serv-
ices Free eshmales lor repair. installation
Comm/Res StandDy generators and
iransler swaicnes. All electrical needs
Visa/MC. 343-5535 Great rales,


FENCES
WOOD Fence Specialist. Inslall, replace
35yrs Experience Relerences Mick Oul-
door Enterpnrises 241-.7276. 838-9599.



SEASONED FIREWOOD Beach Boys
759-1612 Free Deliveryl Ranger load,
special S75
WINTER'S ON the wayl Be ceadyl Seas.
ored firewood, cords & hail cords availa-
ble, with Iree delivery Call 334-3157



STUCK? FRUSTRATED? Ca'l Rob All
applications. house calls., Iraining, repairs.
upgrades webisies graphics Free phone
lech 9Q4-249-30)34 or email
cailrob@comcasr net

Computer and prinief repair services, vi-
rus proreclion, upgrades networks. Com-
mercial & residential service Ihroughout
Duval and SI Johns Counties Our shop
your business, or home Allanlic Laser,
1521 Penman Rd Jax Beacn Call 247-
3234. . .


IF \Ou are inieresled in a3.dvensng under
this category please .call 904.249-9033 or
email classiied'l@beachesleader com

PAL.,1 TREES Hedges Trrrmmim , i'ar.3
Clean ups MJulicring, Sol.dirl. viinaei.er i
ik.e, eic DaE.' 249.l17..4
WE WANT WORK!
PROMPT SERVICE
Mulch clean ups. sod. Also mw I r.m
edge, hhruC t [rmmirg Free esiimale in.
sured ?b'.-4037
ENDLESS SUtlrMER Lawr,.: re Free e1S.-
males. Piolessional .:usiomer service
Mowiin eging.* weeding trimming. rees
snrubs. Licensed & insured Resdeniial &
commercial CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.
PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service We m.o
lawns Free estimates. 2-16-0967
TURF MAX
Fall .'ard Clean-up Speciali
www.turtmax.net
1904132:7.058

HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing ir, "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Lawn care
Janitorial Service, eic Call Hermnon. 246.
4238 612-1755

WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
' .rates. Call -Alan. 237-5301.
ED'S LAWNCARE
Depen,-aoie Ouality Service Reason:ratle
tales 821-0737


PATIOS DRIVEWA'iYS Licensed & insur
ed Caii lor iree esihmale 312 0249 or
465 01,65
DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks, ex-
posed river rock, demolition; & room addi-
tions.. RK Ballard Consiruci.on Inc. Call
Chuck, 874-6692.


OCEANSIDE CLEANING' INDUSTRIES,
Safe roof cleaning. Deck & fence
resioration Pressure \ , ,rin, Licensed &
Insured Call Kev.in 994-0045


I SERVICE


TWO "M" PAINTING
NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men-
tion this ad. 246-1529.

KEN & Sons Painting Inc. Over 30 years
Exp. Licensed & Insured Residential &
Commercial. New Business Specials.
Free Estimates. (904)859-7529. Verifiable
references.


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MASSEY APPLICATIONS- c
compe-eni & corripehlitve. press
ing, paining rrveall repair lelu
,''verinrgs 25 years experience
spred. rels 403-7389
BEACHES HOME SERVICES
Iree esii.rialei, w.:.rk guaranteed
.610-7.68
A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING,
known work .guaranreed Paint
carpentry. wood repair, pressure
L:cenrsed Insured Free e
S6 1.9500"


DOES YOUR KITCHEN need a make-
ouneous. over' Oceania Storne Design would love
ure wasr. to gie your kitchen Irhal exira something
ire & wall special Inal its been craving, especially
Lic . in. ot in holiday season We specialize in
granite and marole couniernops. vanities.
Sand ltrepiaces and haie over 15 years ol
Painlin. experience Installation is laas and our
licensed work is 100c% guaranteed Please call
'90 3's2:-8072 or more deiatls


INC. Top'
ing irim.
washing
SII..l e --.a


. Joe

Painting
& Wallpapering.
Pressure Washing
Qualir' craftsumanship byts
Joe DiMauro
30 years experience
Licensed * Insured * References
w\% \\..uStioepainung.comn
S .vAcci cinir,

(904) 373-0680 (904) 229-9542



PERSCHEL & MEYER PEST MGMT
We service thousands ol beach residerns
vwww perscneiandmeyer corn 241-3409
IF 'i'0u are inleresied ,n advertising under
Ihis category' please call 904-249 9033 1r
Ima l. cia ssii ied i teacheseader cornm


IF YOU are interested in advertisingunder
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beache6lea'der.com


DAVID'S POOL SERVICE. Weekly clean-
ing. Most residential pools. $25/week+-
chemicals. Licensed, 'nsured. We make
your life a iinle easier. 285-0240

Crystal Pools
S DON'T IGNORE
YOURPOOL
THIS WINTER!
Your pool is too valuable.
Avoid costly cleaning & repairs
Sin the spring.

iceDsed & Insure

904) 537-280(


IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or.
e-mail: classified @ beachesleader.com
SEAMLESS GUTTERS installed call for a
free estimate. 652-6336 or 651-5835.
REOEUOS 660.


GREG FIELDS Carpeniry & Painting
35yrs experience All types ol wood work
Specializing in inilrior irim carpentry
Licensed & Bonded in all counties
247.9-83.
INTERLOCKING PAVERS- Driveways
Paiios Enitrways Top qualify, fast esti-
males. www rriodernapavers com
904-537-0411
FIX IT ALL WITH ONE CALL!!
Rooxling. vinyl siding screen porches and
.ad,iuns Kitchens. Daihs, ile. walls &
de.lure Lowes prices and.all work guar-
.anieed Licensed Call 1904)304-9476.
TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, special zing in lermite damage.
246.15 t '

MASTERS
CARPENTRY & TRIM INC.
State Certified Contractor
(Hands-on)
SN.c . iru, .'rc t diri' n d . .f� .
SR ,:i-j. linig, .Kih'1l's & BiaLi
STv;,Teivh D mriif R ,i iR "r
C. -.d.,' inium I,'i g J i & Remodel
PFthr & De;igrn Sei'.ics.i A\ liable
.Member NFBA,
Call Bob 626-1165
Fax 246-0289


NELIGAN

CONSTRUCTION

Specializing in Remodeling,
Additions, Decks, Repairs,
Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
(904) 247-3777
All Credit Cards Accepted
Certified Builder Certified Roofer
Lic. CB-C059536 Lic. CCC1325888
Member of the Better Business Bureau


KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, pressure *asning, wood Iloors
carpentry rile work, arywall 904-
241-7023
HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable lor quality repairs, service
calls, painting. improvements and miscel.
laneous lobs. DAVE 246-6628








All Types of Repairs
Commercial & Residential
Fully Licensed & Insured


904-477-3950




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CONSTRUCTION
ROOFING DIVISION
ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ao. under
RemodelingConsiruclion. Slate Centied
Rooter CCC1325888 Member-- BBB
247-3777 All credit cards accepted
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classilied@beacnesleader com
ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ hme
Beach. 25yrs. experience. 880-9908
CCC 1326983.


WOODARD TREE .Service. Free esti-
mates, licensed & insured. Firewood for
sale $50 1/2 cord, $100 full cord. Will De-
liver. Call 234-9757.
WEBERS TREE SERVICE
246-9930
Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
grinding. Since 1986.


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


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


RHODES & KHODES
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, INC.
Remodeling * Renovations
New Construction * Repairs

"EXPECT THE BEST"
247-7886
CBC 1253069


HOME IMPROVEMENTS i tit.- ,,,it.
All fields of Construction. Renovations & C&J REPAIR Services. Carpentry, Dry-
Remodeling & morel 25yrs. experience, wall, Painting, Paperhanging, Tiling, etc.
Lic. & Ins. Free Est. 703-2054, 223-5720. Licensed, Insured. 955-0593, 241-1461.


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* Front Desk Clerk * Housekeeper

* AM Breakfast/Host/Servier/Set-Up Person
F/T & P/T Positions Available
Excellent Starting Salan
Benefits include Health Ins.. Paid Vacation.
Tra el Discounts & Flexible Schedules
Apply in person @ 45 PGA Tour Blvd., Ponte Vedra


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Must be able to work weekends.
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ASSISTANTS
Duties to include Pressure
washing. painting, some
carpentry, plumbing. janitorial
services. Must be able to Lft
50 Ibs. Experience preferred.
Must have transportation &
valid FL Drivers license.
Hourly plus excellent benefits.
* GH LAWN LMAINT.
General lawn maintenance
duties. Experience preferred.
Must have valid FL Drivers
License. Hourly & Overtime.
We offer excellent salary, and
benefits including paid Vacauon
and Hohdays. Health and Dental
Insurance, 401K.
Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer
Apply in person
Human Resources
101 Tabby Ln
Ponte Vedra Beach. FL 32082
543-2994


The City of Jacksonville Beach is seeking to fill the
following positions:

'ff Journey Line Worker


Building Codes Inspector


' Police Records Specialist ;


: t: 91.1 Dispatcher


t, PT Utility Plant Operator (PCP)


y' Variety of other positions available


For further information contact us in person at
11 North 3rd Street, 2,- floor, call 904-247-6263. or
visit us online www.JacksonvilleBeach.org.
Drug free %work en\ ironment. EOE. VP


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from changing a hghibulb
to changing the color of your house

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Growth potential ard established accounts working for an award-
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experience, arid should be goal-oriented. Base plus commission,
Send resume to linda@beachesleader,com or bring it to 1114
Beach Blvd., Jacksonvill Beach, FL 32250


NOTICE TO READERS BED- BRAND' name queen set,
ADVERTISERS IN this category are not new, w/warranty $129. Can deliver.
offeringjobs. They are offering job-related (904)85-9350.
services and may charge ,feesbeReaders CUSTOM GOLF karts, Hunting karts,
are advised tblexercise Caution before giv- Workhorse karts. Located here at the
ing credit card information over thephon beach. We startwherehe competition
Without knowing what specificproduct trends Now acceptingChstmas rders
.service they will receive., rder yoursto g Check us out' at
www.krazykartsinc.com


.CONVENIENCE STORE forsale'in Talia-.
hassee; earns $35,000 selling groceries
from inside; includes gasoline commission
check ; contact Adam (850)574-6125.


'TENNESSEE BUSINESS IS READY FOR
YOU! Very successful restaurant located
S.on 2 acres in the heart of Sequatchee Val-
Sley just north of Pikeville, TNis looking for.
a new owner that can take it to the next
level. The business consists of three lev-
els; upper living quarters of over 1800 sf.,
,main restaurant level' of 4,000 sf. and: a
lower level of 4,000 sf. Tremendous po-
tential awaits" the enterprising entrepre-
neur! Did I;mentlon that aniundetermined
amount of antique..toys go with the sale?
Serious. inquiries only. Please' contact;
.DonrnaKerleywith'Third Tennessee Real-.
Styat 931-260-9614.
NOTICE TO READERS
WARNING: WHILE this newspaperdoes
not knowingly accept'buslness 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 bill, the'
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
SThe Beaches Leader, 249-9033y,,:?'


2. TICKETS, $25 each, Giant's Game,
Monday night; Section 436;.642-3364 Ive
message, .
4 TICKETS for Florida/ Florida State onh
Nov. 25th, $100/ea. 221-4366.
2005 VW convertible, cream w/ tan top,
20,000 mli, 5 speed, 'asking $18,000
OBO; (904)280-9062
CLEAN, QUALITY Full-size mattress/ box/
frame $100, Can deliver. 246-1832.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.


WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173,
,992-1470. '' 1
BED. BEAUTIFUL Temp-7pedQ Im'9ory
Foam mattress & boxsprin', new, in
,plastic w/warranty. '$379. Must sell.
:(904)858-9350r . :" ' , " : '
BOWFLEX XTL exercise machine w/ leg
extension &' at pull down bar, $350 OBO0
220-8598. .


USED ELECTRIC Hospital Bed w/mat-
tress $150 and brand new Hide-a-Bed.
$100. (904)403-2510.
SYR. OLD glass/ wrought iron dinette set
w/high back beige chairs, used 4 times.
Cost $1500; Will sell for $450. 220-6382.
1- CRAFT & GIFT SALE
The Ladles Auxilairy, Greater Beaches
VFW Post 3270, Sat., 11/18, 8am-2pm
9th St. So.,;Jax Beach in parking lot. Call
Karen, 247-3861 to reserve a table.
BABY FURNITURE: Mahogony crib, mat-
tress, toddler bed, Pack and Play, gate,
baby bike seat. $220. 343-1682. ...
FISHER SYSTEM, 5800B, .amplifier,
AM/FM tuner, double, cassette deck, 2
Bose speakers $125. Oak Entertainment
Center, 73"Hx43"Wx21 3/4"D, (32 1/2"W
inside) $350., Sofa, off white,
112"WX46"DX34'IH $325. 249-2497.
SCOOTER- PRIDE'S Celebrity X. Eleven
months old; Perfect condition. All equip-
ment. Easy recharge; Lights, ride indoors,
anrd out $995. No personal checks. Come
see. 270-0204.
6" PIECE' Bedroom'-'Set' includes queen
mattress- & box, 'new still in boxes. $499.
Can deliver. 858-9350.
BRUNSWICK ANTIQUE Pool Table, 1922
Aviator,, 4'x8', reconditioned, excellent ta-
ble. $3000 OBO. Call,Joel (904)535-5293.
GRANITE TABLE, square box base, 4
1/2ft hexagonal! top, seats 46 -people,
$450 OB0; 635-4388.
GE 'WASHER & Dryer, Great condition.
$1200BO ,708-1918,


'WASHER, DRYER, ex :cond.; $150 ea.;
can deliver & guarantee, 874- 1747.
REFRIGERATOR, 21CF, Kenimore, ice
maker, glass shelves, $110. 220-9552,
SURFBOARDS FOR 'Sale: 9'4" Mystic,
longboard; 8'6" Rozo "mini" girls long-
board. Both excellent condition. Must 'seel
$350 cash each..707-5663 . ,
PUB TABLE (Drexel) W/two barstools' 43"
hi, 35" diameter; paid $425, best offer. In-,
Slaid chest 'game :tablle 'w/two chairs
23'x3"; 30" high,'all wood, paid $385,
. best offer.;All from Liberty. Furniture, like
Snew.928-2065.
SDINETTE W/MATCHING 18 bottle wine
rack (glass/ stone column/ metal design)
-seats 4,.free local delivery' $400 0BO0.
-.553-1973 :, . . .. ' ;
BED- 'FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh .bed,
w/mattress & box spring;'Must sell: $395.
Can deliver (904)858-9350. ..


YAMAHA M305, cherry finish piano,
$1 800 OBO, 241-6890. :


HEARTPIINE T & G flooring cut locally
from antique Pine timbers. Large quantity
w/ incredible dark patina; .Lic. #ST5903.
Florida Heartwood 249-8310. :.


GIRLS CLOTHES and toys, misc house-
hold, Saturday 8am-12pm. 816 16th Ave;
South
WEDNESDAY THRU Sunday, Early Birds
Welcome. 4200 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Honda
XL500, Evinrude 10hp., Paint sprayer; Old
Town Kayak, single seat. Paint and stain
100 gals. Computer parts floor to ceiling.
Firewood. 285-2960.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY am-pm,tuff1002
16th Ave. N. Lots of stuff.


SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM, 701 Davis St.
Linens, bed rails, stroller, Reindeer hide.
ESTATE SALE, 1140 Florida Blvd.,
Thurs., Fri., & Sat.; 8am-12noon.
726 MCCOLLUM Cir., Nov. 10 & 11, 8am-
2pm.;, several households.
SUMMER SANDS Community Garage
Sale (off Atlantic Blvd just before Inter-
coastal); Saturday, Nov. 11, 9am-lpm.
Many households, plenty for everyone.
LARGE GARAGE sale, collectables, some
antiques, ' furniture, kitchen ware,. :etc.
Dealers welcome. Fri. 11/10 & Sat. 11/11,'
8am-4pm.


MOVING SALE! Household & misc. items.
8am-12pm, Saturday, 1145 Sebago Ave.

HUGE HIGH-END Sale. Nearly new appli-
ances, art, household Items, clothing, fur-
niture, sporting goods, books; lighting,
bathrootr fixtures, home decor, & much
morel Fri. & Sat., 8am-2pm. 386 7th, St.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY,' 8arnam-12pm, '447
Selva Lakes Cir,. GREAT ITEMS, DON'T
MISS! ,
INSIDE SALE, 225 Sailfish Dr. Pre-mov-
ing. Sat. 8am-7?
GARAGE SALE- Fun stuff'& jumki Satur-
day, 7:30-1 pm. Cash only; 93 Oceanside
Dr.;AtiBch; :. ' . ;
LOTS, OF good stuff. Saturday, 8am-?
750CBavalla sd.; ' : :
FRIDAY & Saturday, 7:30am-noon. 1845
Sea Oats Dr.
654, SELVA. Lakes Cir., Saturday, 7am.
Fu'niture,- kayaks,' bkes, rugs, picture,
frames, antiques, other items.


SAT. 8AM-2PM, /11i. Corner ofLa Vista
and Le Master. Kit,:cab. books/ cds,; cab.
dors, shelving, clothes, womenis sz 1-4,
bird cage, antiques, etc.


HOLIDAY CRAFT & BAKE SALE Satur-
day, November 18; 9am-1 pm at Palm Val-.
ley American Legion Post 233, 12 N. Wil-'
derness Trail. Various arts,. crafts ;and
baked itemsaai-gllable. Start your Christ-
mas shopping'herel
'SATURDAY, 8AM. East on Solana, p2nd
right. to 508 Morning Side Dr-.1974 CJ5
Jeep, leather loveseat, large TV, kid's,
household, tons more.


IF YOU are interested in advertising under GARAGEf SALE, Sat., 8am Husehold
-this category please call 904-249-9033 or iAmsA &ear aret58 Brawod Ln. (E. of
mail: 'classified@beachesleader.com' . .AA .near Target). ,, .. . .


CASH
%, * for your
\ \\Diamonds/-


FRI/ SAT, 8am-3pm ,525 13th Ave No..
Big Sale, Holiday items, cookbooks, fish-
ing, canoe, and lots more.


R.v.ew.o.o /r 1.ii 1-0a 3p NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE sale, Ocean
Ri280Paverwoo Center 11/11/06, ' Cay ff South Beach Pkw., am-12noon.
.2802 Parental- Home Road. �___________ . ............. .....


ICON TREADMILL in armoire w/ built-in
TV, inclines, $495 285-4769 . .
'5 PIECES of 1/2 inch 4'x8' plywood. Great
for hurricane prep. Best offer. 476-5434


COUCH, LOVESEAT, Recliner,., beige
:S leather, exc. condition. $800. 349,6398.


THIS IS the rone'you have been waiting
- for. 1050 24th"Street'.North. At the. end of '
11th Ave N..Saturday, 8am-until. A benefit
sale loaded with goodies: Santas, collecti-
bles, glassware, kitcheri items, crafts and
floralisupplies, lighthouses, pictures,;tools
and more ' .: : , . ' . . .., :'.. -


BED- '$289.MOVING! HOUSE and Yard. Everything
BOWLING FAMILY Daycarshas open s BED- KING mattress set, $289 Can de- must go Saturday, 8am-1pm 728 Palm-
'for 1lyr. olds and up startingnimmed atay liver. (904)391-005 tree Rd.
For info call 220-6059 or 476-4251. GOLF. CART-. street leosl. 02!Gem Car .VAD Sa I i -Dr v
ga, 0 Gm a, I YAR S~lO ..tA 1506 S tIE D E~


ACTIVE. NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation. & references $1o0-$12/hr.,
any area.. CPR & First Aid: P/T or F/T.
,"260-4915.: .: . ^'."'..:.:: :'


2-seater New Gel batteries: $3500 OBO.:
246-4104.
WASHER/ DRYER Kenmore $50 each.
Glass table top rectangle $35, carpet
12x18 ew $75,; 993-3226.


I OP JI-I i i BLAC K ,LEATHER living room set, in-
NANNY/HOUSEKEEPE.R c.cludes coffee table, end tables, & lamps.
MATURE woman (27) looking for full time $1200, (904)241-4085.
or part time' watching children, cleaning CHERRY FINISH Computer desk,
house, doing laundry; I can be a, full time bookcase, chair, good condition $300,
live-in or just part time. Veryflexible Re- '407-256-1726 .
'erences upon request. Isabel at540-6499., ' '._,.. ,,,


KENMORE WASHER & dryer, like new,
i


2 TICKETS for Glant's Game,, Monday
IF YOUare interested in' advertising under: 'night @ $25 each. 2 tickets Section 105,
this category please call 904-249-9033 or $350 ;total with front" door parking.
e-mail ' classified@beachesleader.com ' 642-3364 lve message.


COMPANION; 'SITTING or child care,
housekeeping and more. PVB referen-
ces 534-3732.' ' .
CNA NEEDS work. 27yrs exp. Call


SIMMONS-CHERRY.sleigh crib, mattress,,
EddIe Bauer car seat & wooden highchair,
all in. great condition $400' takes 'all.
424-8729


MU YAHL)- baied l tjuu-t ul . ue very-
thing from furniture .to toys. :Saturday,
8am-?: ,,.


SATURDAY, 7:30AM-11AM. Household-
items; some antique pieces: Hummels,
furniture, books, etc. 1902 Oak Grove Cir-
cle. Penman from Beach R: on 18th N.,
LOn' Grove,'R.on Oak Girove Cir..
MULTI-FAMILY 'SATURDAY, 8am-?. '903
14th Ave North. '
SAT., 11/11, 8am-12;' Household items,
knick-k/iacks, .clothes & more. 15 San Pa-
blo Circle North


3 FAMILY, Saturday, 9am-2pm. Cleaning
out for Christmas. Disney stuff, .Barbies,
videos and DVD movies. Items from every
part of. house, too many' to mention.
403 4th Ave. N. '
32ND AVE. S. west of 3rd St. Saturday,
7am-? '


SFRI. & Sat,: Village of Pablo, 2430 Blufftoni
Drive, West. Some furniture, power tools,
plants, etc.
VILLAGES OF Pablo off San Pablo Rd.,
Fri, 8am-2pm, 14065 Lumberton Falls Dr.;.
X-Mas, kids, collectables, clothing, great
stuff!
14342 CORAL Reef Dr. .S. (off San Pablo/
Beach). HUGE SALE! :3 generations of
stuffB 1001 + items Antique furniture, 100+
years, tables, chairs, household, $$,deco-
rative, like, new children & plus size ma-.
ternity clothing, toys, Montessori - home
school materials, new/ used DVDs; and
too much to mention. Do hot miss' Sat.
11/11, 7am-?


4275- TRADEWINDS' 'DRIVW.E' isleuef
Palms- offtStacy Rd.j 2006 Eclipsewporta*
ble Spa (grey) w/storage steps & extend-
ed warranty $1600 firm. John .A. Ruthvin/
Bengal Tiger ,Print/964/5000 $750. WWII
teapot $200. 'Custom gift baskets (view.
demo). Medical scrubs, Christmas decora-
tions, -paintings, household items, wine
,racks, fishing gear, clothing, coats. Fri:-
Sat., 9am-2pm. 223-3969


DECOR GALORE! 'Donsizing in Cypress
Village. Loads of smalls inclUding glass,
porcelain, blue Willow, hobnail. Room full
of holiday Including Dept. 56 collection.
Chandelier sconces, lamps, teacups & sil-
ver plate. Furniture, newer bedroom suite,
loveseat dining table, pair large recliners,
barstools, dinette table & chairs, side ta-,
bles. Jewelry, ladies clothing, general
household and outdoor decor, scroll saw.
13749 William David. Parkway West, first
left In Cypress. Fri: & Sat., 9am-3pm.
Email for pictures,. jaxestsales
@gmail.com. Follow the pink signs!


12218 GLENN Hollow Dr. Hickory Hill
subdivision' (off New Berlin Rd. between
Alta & Hecksher, north of 9A) New home
full of designer furniture & accessories.
Glass art jewelry, HDTV, washer/ dryer
bedroom, living room, dining room set,
clothing, and garage full. 2001 Mercedes
E430. Friday & Saturday 9am-4pm,
502-0986. Photos at www.chariloyd.com

NEPTUNE BEACH, 1140 Florida Blvd.,
Thurs;, Fri.,. & Sat.; 8am-12noon:
EVERYTHING MUST go! 426 15th Ave-,
nue South, Jax Beach. Sat. 8am-?


10'4" BASSTENDER w/ trolling motor,
new battery, trailer & all accessories.
$1600. Call Mike 247-6744.


YACHT. SAES



Beach Marine'

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Over 40 Vessels ,
for Sale


Www.yachtworld.com/dickboger


Moomba � Check
Supra
Malibu
Stingray :. "-
Twin Ve'e Velocity
Cruisers Yachts Hurricane
Windy Boats ., Glastron
Chris Craft ;Bennington
Cobalt ' Azure
Sea Hunt World Cat
Sea Boss
Sunsation
Sea Doo Sport Boats
Sunstream Boat Lifts
Southport Boatwoks

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Boats
14539 Beach Blvd.

223-4149
(next to Marker 32 Restaurant)
Just West of the intracoastal


BOAT STORAGE- in PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com


1994 HONDA Magna V-4 cruiser, 4 into 4
.exhaust, 2 new tires, cover, stand, man-
ual, $2600. (850)292-3179.
2001 HARLEY Davidson XL 1200C
Sportster, extra chrome, custom seat, new
tires/ brakes, 5800 miles, excellent condi-
tion, $7999, 923-5879.


1991 CHEVY Conversion 'Van, detailed
by Sherrod, good condition. Must Seel
$5000 OBO. 246-2758.
TOYOTA 4 Runner, 4WD, 6 cyl. Good
shape, 195,000 miles., $7600, 553-3304.
1998 CHEVY extend cab, great truck, fully
loaded $5000 OBO. 1994 Ford F350, du-
ally, great work truck, gas engine, runs
great, great work truck $5000 OBO; 2000
Chevy utilty body work truck has new
motor, only 1200 miles on new.motor, new
tires. This is a great truck $10,000 firm.
.1994 F350 crew cab, great work truck,
has 4 doors, gas engine, 70,000 miles, 8
foot bed w/ladder rack. Nice work truck,
asking $600.0, Call 226-8700 or 880-2994.
89 RANGE Rover, good hunting vehicle,
$4000 OBO. 710-3111.
1972 VW Camper for sale. $1500. Call
246-4098.


1986 THUNDERBIRD, 2 door, one owner,
37,000 original miles. Looks and runs
great. $8,000 334-7842.
1995 QLDSMOBILE 88.A/C ,power locks/
windows, cruise; leather; new paint, sap-
phire;, $2400 OBO 477-7736.
2001 LEXUS GS300 SUV, loaded, 60,000
miles, warranty. $18,700 OBO. 349-6000.
2004 CHEVROLET Cavaller' blue. 50k
miles, A/C, CD. Great car. - 6400 OBO
Must sell. 904-619-8103.
WANTED: OLDER.model car with low
.miles. Like Toyota, Nissan, etc.
725-3933. ;;
1993 BUICK Skylark, runs /drives great,
A/C- clean interior. 106K miles' $1500.
" 294-0096;' ; ' . '. ;
1995 CHEVY Blazer, 4DR, purple.
exc.cond. Must seel $3750.,246-2758.
1993 TOYOTA Camry LE Station Wagon.
156k miles, good engine and A/C; $1200
OBO. 610-4188. ,


NEW HONDA'S
(Cars, Vans, Trucks!)
This is a once
in a lifetime D-EA !
Buoy: Deljj'~rg -
Sright off thedship
SN Salesman or
Sales Mgrs
904-6080092
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PONTE VEDRA - TPC. SaWgrass- large
full hs. Herend Cornucopia, Swarovski,
Lalique cherubs, silver; - jewelry, fine
clothes. Oils, bronze; liltho, listed artists.
Lovely D.R.' & B.R. set. .Oriental rugs.
Furs;, ant. Wed dress,' morel No's @ 228
4th, Ave; S:, Jax.Bch ,@ 8.00 AM., Thurs.
After 8:15 go directly to sale. A1A to Sola-
na Rd. gate of Sawgrass. Take�1st R. to
112 North Cove Dr. Thurs... & Fri., 9-4-
China ' Cat ' 241-0344.
chinacatantiques com


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5 Donald Duck, for one
10 Genesis name:
14 Well-kiown, in the
forest?
17 Debs, for one
19 _ metabolism
21 Take -__ words to a steno
22' Hard coating
23 Retort
25 Room
26 _ word; briefly
27 'Frolic . , '
28, Use the foot
'30 Charlotte_
31 New York
32 Bring charges against
33 Songbird
34 City in Arizona
35 Movie dog
38 College credit
40 Cronies
41 Beat
42 Imperial, e.g. .
43 Harris" _ Rabbit
44 Mr. Strauss
45 Powder
46 Cotton refiners
47 Brain wave test, familiarly
48 Other half
49 Hubs
52 Users
54 Like, hippie-style
55 Finger growths
57 Gobble
58.Auditor, often: abbr.


59 Certain bslls
60 Desert mound
61 Actress Sommer
62 Texas county..
65 Measurements
66 Soccer great
67 Pastry chef;
68 Sci. course
69 Tall tale teller
70 Have to have
71 Isr.'s neighbor-
72 To's opposite
73 Plant tendrils
74 Bobby the Bruin
75 Unending
79 Final givers
81 Standard
.83 Weasel-like
84 Island off Scotland
85 Eagle variety "
86 Taj Mahal's city..
87 Sushi follower
88 Okay signs
89 _ four
'91 Ray
92 Family member
93 Pesky insect
94 Second to fall
95 Dog food brand
96 Common verb
97 Bursts
100 Thus: Lat.
101 Columnist Bombeck
102 Womran's garment *
103 Unrefined material
104 Crone
107 Plot


i11 O 3. 1 JUownI
111 Tell
113 Periods in office
S114 Charm
115 Forest liquor?
116 Bottom1
117 Iditarod vehicles
118 Crossed the pool.
DOWN
1 Rather colorless
2 Word of agreement
3 Deteriorate
4 Late Fields
5 Letter opener, in the
forest?
6 Use all one has
7 Play_; enjoy darts
,or dominoes
8 Dole's '96 running mate.
9 Weathercock dir.-
10 How some are taken
11 Lender, often
12 Suffix for count or heir
13 Forest band leader?,
14 Current fashion
15 Dispatched
16 Student's corrections
18 Caustic. substance, in
the forest?
20 Written contract
24 Peruse
29 Treasury Dept. agcy.
31 With 109 Across, child's
game, in the forest?
33 Forest pastel?
34 ICe cream concoction
35 Robe of old


S36Smelly, ,, .
37 Take care of .
39 Opposite of pos.
40 Chihuahua or canary
41 Receptacles
43 Sorority letter
44 Fails to keep up
45 Prefix for cast or vision
48 Type of candy'
49 Movie house: Sp.
50 Backyard tool
51 Suffix for prank or young
53 Life-saving skill, for short
54 Brave deed, in the forest?
56 "_ Lang Syne"
59 Duct drop
61 Jewelry store purchase
62 Took off
63 Piece of land
64 Facial features, in
the forest?
65. Pines
66 Salon offering
67 "See ya!"
69 Italian bucks
70 TV writer Ephron
71 Eyelid problem
73 Copper.
75 Forest gangster?
76 1200 hours
77 "..._ partridge in
a pear tree."
78 Go.on and on
80 Slender
82 Spanish gold
83 Actor Elliott
86 Silky llama


89 Bridge term
90 Decree
91 Reference bk.
92 Ruined
95 "Give it __!"
96 _ Selassie
98 Of the mouth
99 Side benefits


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102 Bellow
104 Joke response
105 Particle
106 Set
108 Prior to
110 Ship letters
112 Dispute


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