The Beaches leader
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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: December 29, 2006
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- Weekend Edition December 29, 2006


Vol. 44, No. 55


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

'Night Eyes' keeps tabs on homes

The Jacksonville Beach Police Department is
keeping a sharp eye on businesses and homes
in the city with a program designed to stop
criminal activity before it happens.
"Night Eyes" is a community watch service
initiated by officers patrolling the city.
Sgt. Tom Bingham said the officers select a
business at random in between calls for service
and check to make sure the property is secure.

A card is left to notify the owners of the date
and time of the inspection. If any suspicious
activity is noted during a stop, the owners are
also contacted.
Bingham said the program has also proved to
be an effective way to control car break-ins that
often occur in neighborhoods or side streets
with a large volume of cars parked in the right
of way.
"That's where the majority of the burglaries
come from. Doors are left unlocked or the key
is left somewhere on the vehicle," Bingham

said. "People go through neighborhoods or lust
walk down the street and try doors until one
opens. They don't want to draw attention to
themselves by smashing the windows."
Many vehicle burglaries also occur at beach
end zones where surfers are often observed
stashing their car keys on the vehicle.
"They think they are hiding it but they
aren't," Bingham said. "They are making it
easy to break in their car or worse steal it alto-
Garage doors, gates left open can also invite

criminal activity, he said, because people can
get lazy or think that type of crime won't hap-
pen to them.
"It doesn't matter if you live in 18th Avenue
North or 36th Avenue South. It can happen
anywhere. If you leave your garage open for a
cat or a dog, people are able to get under there,
too," Bingham said.
"It's amazing the amount of burglaries that
could be prevented if people just locked their
doors. We are just trying to get that message

The Special Magistrate for
the mediation involving a pro-
posed Wal-Mart and the city of
Neptune Beach has concluded
that the proposed develop-
ment does meet concurrency
requirements, according to the
official's preliminary recom-
mendation report.
Special Magistrate Carlos
Alvarez, who specializes in
land-use dispute resolution,
has overseen the mediation
involving a proposed Wal-Mart
M.i, .the. Lakeshore Village
Shofiiing 'Ceriti, "630 Atlantic
Blvd., which Neptune Beach
According to the report, his
goal is to "facilitate;i'.,resolu-
tion of.the conflict" hd help,
both parties find a solution.
Alvarez heard testimony
from both sides and held a
public hearing. He examined
two provisions in determining
his conclusion, which were
whether or not a certain statute
should have been applied to
determine concurrency and if
the proposed development
meets ' the city's
scale/mass/bulk requirements,
the report says.
In conducting the traffic
studies, each party used differ-
ent standards to determine if
the concurrency requirements
would be'met.
Lakeshore's summary based
their conclusion that concur-
rency would be met on Florida
Statute 163.3180(8) that calcu-
lates trip generations and con-
currency requirements in an

photo by CHUCK ADAM8
West Virginia University offensive linemen practice Thursday at UNF Stadium in preparation for Monday's Toyota Gator Bowl.

Hearing held in Southern Waterview case

An ongoing property rights case against
the city of Jacksonville Beach may be clos-
er to resolution after the developers of a
proposed high -rise development revised
their motion for relief.
A hearing was held Thursday morning at
the Duval County Courthouse to consider
an amended motion for summary judge-

ment in the case of Southern Waterview
Development, Inc..
The amendment contends that the
plaintiff should be allowed to construct its
development according to the height
restrictions that were in place at the time
the development application was
"Because there are no genuine issues of
material fact in dispute," the motion
reads. "Summary judgement should be

entered in favor of SWD and against the
S\VD is seeking declaratory relief, claim-
ing the city damaged the value of the
property located in the Southend
Redevelopment District by passing the 35-
foot height amendment.
The company planned to build "an


Mediator releases

prelim report in

Wal-Mart dispute

"urban redevelopment" within
an "existing urban service
This statute is part of the
Local Government
Comprehensive Planning and
Land Development Act,
according to the report.
The city argued that this
statute is not applicable
because the proposed Wal-Mart
will not be built in the "same
building footprint as the exist-
ing shopping center structure
oh the Lakeshore property and
therefore is not 'urban redevel-
opment,' " the report says.
Howeve;'t Alvarez - deter-
mined in his recommendation
that the statute is applicable
and that the concurrency
requirements are met under
that statute.
He has yet to determine if-
the scale/mass/bulk require-
ments will be met and has
requested another mediation
with both parties to further
discuss the design and building
placement concepts no later
than Jan. 19.
Although he does recognize
that Aqua East Surf Shop has a
deed restriction that does not
allow for a building to be erect-
ed with the rear elevation fac-
ing to the west, he did not
address that particular concern
in his preliminary recommen-
Alvarez also noted that City
Manager Jim Jarboe testified
that a building the size of the
proposed Wal-Mart could meet
the scale/mass/bulk require-
ment if the design were altered
to be more in keeping with the

Career Army officer was community-minded volunteer

John. T. "Jack" Quinn, a
retired Army general who
died Christmas Eve at the age
of 77, will be remembered for
being many things.
He was a proud, 34-year
military veteran, a concerned
citizen, a God-fearing
Catholic, a doting grandfa-
ther, and a compassionate,
community-minded volun-
But above all, Quinn was
simply "a very good, wonder-
ful person," his wife of 54
years said Wednesday in an
interview at the couple's
Ponte Vedra Beach home.
"My mother and father
never worried when I was out
with him," Kay Quinn
"Even his sisters talked
about how good he always
One of seven children

brought up in a working class
Irish Catholic household in
New Haven, Conn., Jack
Quinn was the son of a fire-
man/rescue diver.
To earn extra money in
high school, he enlisted in
the Connecticut National
Guard, rising to the. rank of
A chance appointment in
L949 to the U.S. Military
Academy at West Point
became the gateway for
Quinnes long and distin-
guished military career, one.
that included three tours of
combat duty' in Vietnam, two
stints at the Pentagon and a
NATO assignment in Italy.
"His inspiration [for the
military] was the World War
II guys," said Gen Quinn's
son, Tom, a Ponte Vedra resi-
dent and a 1979 West Point
"He never wanted to retire
from the Army," added Kay
Quinn, who married her high

school sweetheart a week after
he graduated from West Point
in the summer of 1952.
"He always wanted to be a
Gen. Quinn was the con-
summate infantry officer, his
family members said, a man
who never chased laurels and
never asked his troops,to do
anything he couldn't.
An airborne ranger trained
at Fort Benning, Ga., Quinn
trained officers for combat in
Vietnam after spending a year
in Vietnam's Central
Highlands as an American
military advisor to the 20th
Vietnamese Ranger Battalion.
"He answered President
Kennedy's call for military
advisors in 1962," Kay Quinn
"He felt Vietnam was not
necessarily the place we
should be, but as long as there

See QUINN, A-3

Pholo uomiTled
Retired Army Gen. Jack Quinn in 1984 with his granddaughter, Jessica. Quinn was assigned to
the NATO Southern Command from 1984-86.

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December 29, 2006

The Reaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

Published Wednesday and Friday
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(P.O. Box 50129 [or correspondence;
,, Jacksonville, Florida 32240
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BCC holiday hours
Offices of the St. Johns
County Commission will be
closed Monday for the New
Year's Day holiday. Normal.
business hours will resume

Library holiday hours
All branches of the St. Johns
County Public Library System
will be closed Sunday and
Monday for the New.Year'holi-
dav; All branches 'will t*rume
normal operations on Tuesday.

Countdown begins
The New Year's noon bal-
loon drop party for all ages is
scheduled 11:30 a.m. Saturday
at the Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach.
Snacks, prizes and more
than 600 balloons will be fea-
tured, along with cookie-deco-
rating and and mask- and hat-
making for children.

The event is free for Cultural
Center members and $2 for
others. The center is at 50
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra
Prostate cancer group
Man to Man, a prostate can-
cer support group, is scheduled
to meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday
at Baptist Medical Center
Beaches in conference room A.
The American Cancer
Society program provides edu-
cation and support for people
dealing with or interested in
learning about prostate cancer.
It also provides a forum for
prostate cancer survivors to
offer support and encourage-
ment to those who have been
newly diagnosed.
WVednesday's session will fea-
ture Dr. Morris Dees. For
information, call 249-0022.

Litter-ally, this is art

Shop owner foils

robbery attempt

It is not uncommon for
teenage shoplifters to try and
pilfer bathing suits and skate-
board shoes at a lackson-ille
Beach surf shop.
Buit when Gary Messer,
owner of Surf and Skate in the
city's downtown area, heard
glass breaking after he closed
his business for the day, he
encountered a grown man
standing on the north side of
the business with a large wood-
en baton.
Robert Brookes Vanderwal,
39, of Neptune Beach, was
arrested Dec. 11 and charged
with armed burglary of a struc-
ture in the 200 block of 1st
Street N., according to a police,
Messer told police that he
was walking away from his

shop around 7:30 p.m. when
he heard the glass shatter.
\Vhen he was confronted by
Messer, Vanderwal stepped
inside the store, grabbed three
skateboards valued at $490 and
fled to a vehicle parked in the
2nd Avenue North end zone.
After a brief' foot chase,
Messer' caught: up with
Vanderwal w(ho dropped two
of the three skateboards and
held the wooden baton over
his: head in an aggressive
stance. He swung it twice at
Lesser, striking him in the
shoulder and the back.
Messer pushed him back and
punched Vanderwal several
times in the face.
The defendant attempted to
flee in the vehicle with one 'of
the stolen ,skateboards but
Messer pinned him against the
car until police arrived at the

Buy it, Sell it,. Find it

in the Classifieds

donated $120,000 to
Jacksonville hospital,
money raised at the
Champions for Char
tournament held Oc
Hidden Hills Country (
The money will be d
to the hospital's Breast
RITA Foundation is
volunteer, nonprofit o
tion that raises money
efit research and pi
related to breast cancer

Up a river, with pad
A kayak tour of the
River will be offered
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:
Led by a naturalist, the
for those 15 and old
costs $45.
A tour of the
Environmental Ed
Center precedes the
double kayaks throu

ity golf
t. 7 at
t Health,

The fee includes all kayaking
equipment, instruction,
reserve entry fee and tour, and
bottled water. The tour will last
about two hours.
Reservation must be made in
advance by calling Coastal
Outdoor Center at 471-4144.

an all- Retirement A, B Cs
rganiza- Stuart Tracy Winfree, senior
to ben- financial advisor with
programs Ameriprise Financial Services,
�. will be the featured speaker at
the Friends of the Beaches
ddle Library Noon Break on Friday. ,
* Guana Jan. 19.
Jan. 10 The program, "Retirement:
30 p.m. Planning Beyond the
e tour is Numbers," will be held noon
der and to 1 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St.,
Guana's Neptune Beach.
ucation Attendees 'are welcome to
tour in bring a bag lunch. For more
igh the information, call the library at
241-1142. ' ' '

club scams

state says

ment of Department registered 1,948
)nsumer' health clubs, of which 422
s the were new applications.
ich pro- Halfway through fiscal, year
h some 2006-07, 752 health clubs have
Jut their registered, 184 of which are
h clubs new applications.
ter with "Unfortunately,. many peo-
ision of ple are so focused on getting in
d many shape, they sign up for-a mem-
that can bership without bothering to
mbers if. read the fine print of a con-
of busi- tract," Bronson said.
provided Call 1-800-435-7352) to
bers pay make sure the health studio is
registered and to check ,its
-06, the complaint history.

Sculptures made of litter col-
lected on St. Augustine Beach's
beach will be on display
through May at the Guana
reserve's Environmental
Education Center south of
Ponte Vedra Beach.
Done by artist Laura Braly,
the sculptures are intended to
make the public aware that lit-
ter on beaches can be fatal to
marine life.
Admission to the education
center is $2 for adults,- $1 for-
ages 10 to 17 and free for those
under 10.
The center, which is open 9
a..m. to 4 p.m. daily except
state holidays, is located near
the Guana dam, off State Road
A1A about 12 miles south of
Nlickler Road. For information
call 823-4500.

Shands gets RITA check
The RITA iResearch is the
Answer) Foundation has

Beware of health

this time of year,

The Florida Departn
Agriculture and Co
Services administer
Health Studio Law, wh
vides consumers wit]
rights but also spells c
responsibilities. Healt
are required to regist
the Department's Div
Consumer Services an
must also post a bond t
be used to repay met
the facility goes out
ness. The refunds are p
in cases where memb
prepaid memberships.
In fiscal year 2005.

Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson is reminding Florida
residents to check out health
clubs before signing any con-
tracts or all they might end up
losing is money.
Getting in shape is one of
the top New Year's resolutions
and many people may be con-
sidering buying a gym, mem-
bership for a loved onle over
the holiday. But Bronson urges
consumers to do their home-
work and not assume they' can
cancel a contract if they simply
change their minds about
attending a club.
"A- gym membership is a
great gift, but it is an invest-
ment .and buyers should be
sure that'it is a gift the recipi-
ent will use before they invest-
the money," Bronson said.
"Health club' contracts are
legally binding like any other'
contract .and require some
thought and investigation."


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Golfer inspires from a wheelchair

A group of children gathered
recently on the practice range
of TPC Sawgrass to get golf les-
sons and life lessons from a
paraplegic golfer.
At center stage was Dennis
Walters, who lost his dream to
be a PGA Tour professional
when he lost the use of his legs
in a 1974 golf cart accident.
"My big dream was always to
play successfully on the PGA
Tour," Walters said at the area-
wide junior clinic at Sawgrass
earlier .this month.
But .losing that dream did
not keep him off the links.
He not only teaches golf to
others, but he also inspires
In the Dennis Walters Golf
Show, which he started in
1977, Walters performs trick
shots and offers life's lessons.
"This is not exactly. the tour 1
wanted to go on. But every day
when I wake up, I get to do the
thing I love the most, and
that's hit golf balls. I try to hit
them better and improve,
which is the essence'of 'the.
Walters was ' named the
Professional Golfers'
Association of America's fifth
honorary lifetime member. He
also received a iBen 'Hogan
Award, given by the Gol(
Writers Association of America,

for his remarkable comeback. "I ended up dislocating a
"These shows are my compe- vertebrae, which pinched my
tition," said Walters, who has spinal cord," said Walters "At
given 100 such shows this year. that point, it was looking pret-
He also has conducted a youth ty bleak for my dream of
program for more than 20 becoming a professional golfer.
years with the PGA Tour. Almost every person I met said,
"It's always great to do 'If you can't stand up, how
things with the Tour," he said could you ever play golf?'
while warming up on the TPC's "I figured out a' way I could
practice range. play sitting down. I started hit-
* Walters has taken his show ting golf balls from my wheel-
around the world and chair, then progressed to a
'appeared before heads of state. swivel seat on the passenger
And he's performed for thou- side of the golf cart. That's
sands of children, among them actually how [ got back on the
the 200 middle schoolers he course."
entertained Dec. 5 at the clinic Walters started giving
sponsored by the' PGA Tour demonstrations entitled "How
and PGA Tour Charities, to Play Golf Sitting Down."
Students from Arlington "Wasn't'a big market for
.Middle in Jacksonville and that," he said, then recalled
Gamble Rogers and having watched trick shot
Switzerland Point middle artists Joe Kitkwood and Paul
schools in St. Johns County Hahn Sr.
were his TPC audience. ' ."I remembered fhe great
When he was young, Walters shows they put on. I said. 'I'll
dreamed about playing profes- bet, if I work at it in practice, I
sionallyv- and came close. could do the same thing.'
"I've loved playing golf mote Twenty-four-hundred perform-
than anything," said Walters, ances later, here we are," he
who won' three New Jersey said.
state titles,, captured' the N.J." "It's a, program not only of
Junior Championship, finished golf' lesson, but also life les-
11th in the U.S. Amateur and sons. A lot of the life lessons
reached the final.stage the one, we learn playing golf can help
time he ,tried to quality for the you in the game of life."'
.Tour. ' .Walters.challenges the mem-
' "I was going. to try again,"' bers or his audience.
said WValters, but the accident "I encourage- them to reach
left 'him -paralyzed from, the for 'their dream, strive .for
waist down. excellence, do something that

maybe they didn't think they
could," said Walters, who lives
in Jupiter, Fla.
� Walters encourages his audi-
ence to at least try golf.
The Dennis Walters Golf
Show features unusual shots
and interesting clubs, includ-
ing one with a radiator hose
shaft. He also has a unique
opening act, one school chil-
dren and adults alike enjoy:
Benli Hogan, a terrier mix.
"He's the strongest opening
act in golf. He comes out and
performs on a chair. And he
answers questions. He can
answer any question that ends
in a number. He's very good at
math, general information and
golf trivia," Walters said.
Benji Hogan was asked what
par is on No. 17, the signature
hole at The Players champi-
onship course.
Benji barked three times,
indicating,par 3, which,is cor-
'"He's very smart and he
studies a lot," Walters said.of
the dog he found in.'a Miami
The contingent from
Switzerland Point Middle
School in' Nprthwest St. Johns,
although small, was apprecia-
"He was awesomee" said Lee
Da\ls, one of the Switzerland
Point students.
T[ler Worth, whose home is
in Fruit Cove, went to see

r, o-i.:;..C, HUoC V AI Ir 1u ,
Dennis Wallters signs autographs for youngsters who attended
his show this month at the TPC at Sawgrass.

Walters "to learn more about
golf", and said he saw "some
pretty cool stuff."
"If I could have had a career
just hitting trick golf shots, I

think that would be great,"
Walters said. "But the fact I've
been able, in some small wav,
to positively influence others, I
think that's made it better."

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Jack Quinn often took his grandson Jacob Shalz, seen-with his grandfather in this 2000 photo,
when' driving' the St.Vincent de Paul Society van to, deliver furniture to the needy
inn: Served two stints in Pentagon ,

Quinn: Served two stints in Pentagon

Cont. from A-1
were American troops over
there, he felt it was his duty to
lead them."
Gen. Quinn volunteered to
shepherd soldiers in combat
twice between 1966 and 1970,
serving as an infantry battal-,
ion commander during his
third tour.
Tom Quinn said his father
yearned to be with troops
rather than serving desk duty
at the Pentagon.
But it was those stops
between overseas assignments
that' allowed Gen. Quinn to
invest ample amounts, of time
in. his six children - five boys
,and one girl.'
"After, the uniform came
off, the sweats came on,"
remembers Father John
Quinn, the ,oldest o'f Gen.
Quinn's five sons and an
Army . chaplain recently'
returned from Iraq..
"He ,was always working
with children," Kay Quinn
"He taught C.C.D. [cate-
. chism] classes at Fort Riley,
Kan., coached baseball and
basketball and was the. coni-

missioner of [Little League]
baseball.". .
"He always wanted to do it
all," added Bill Quinn, an
Atlantic. Beach resident who
served as a Navy officer on a
nuclear submarine.
SHe' was dr-iven to excel."
Gen.' Quinn retired from
the Army in 1986 as a one-star
brigadier general. His final
military assignment was as
chief' of plans and policy for
NATO Southern Command in
Naples, Italy.
Bill Quinn said his father's
two biggest accomplishments
, after moving to the Beaches
in 1991 were his volunteer
w'.ork with the St. Vincent de
Paul.Spciety and his involve-
ment in Quinn-Shalz Family
Funeral Home in Jacksonville
� Beach. , *
"He loved the mission of
the St. Vincent de Paul
Society," Kay Quinn said
about her husband, who
served two terms as the local
organization's president.
"He really 'enjoyed going
out and helping people."
"Families flocked to him [at
thile tiMneral home]," added

Tom Quinn, who along with
his father, his brother, Bill,
and 'their late brother-in-law,
Michael Shalz. opened Quinn-,
Shalz Funeral' Home in 1999.
"He considered it an honoi
to drive.the hearse," said Kay
Quinn. "He even cleaned the
Mary Shalz, a' teacher at
Rawlings Elementary, said her
father often spoke to her
classes about his military serv-
ice and what it means to be an
Her son, Jacob, now 10,
often rode shotgun,',in the St.
Vincent de' Paul Society van,
,as his grandfather delivered
furniture and goods to needy
area families.
Gen. Quinn .was diagnosed
with brian cancer earlier this
year, aud had surgery this past
He suffered a stroke this
month while in rehab, and
died 10 days later in Baptist
Medical Center Beaches.
"His goal was to get back to
a walker," his wife said.
"He was quite a man. It's a
terrible loss, but it was his

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Hearing: Held at Duval courthouse

Cont. from A-I
urban, luxury, residential
development" known as The
Beach House at 95 feet in
height at the city's south end.
According to the lawsuit
'filed by SWVD, the developer
spent more than $14 million to
assemble properties for the
purpose of constructing a
multi-story oceanfront condo-
minium according to the
development regulations in
place during the project's
design phase. .; ' " , '
It contends that SWD was
notified Nov'. 1, 2004, by the
city's planning staff 'that the
application for development
plan approval was approved.
The height amendment was
implemented into the City
,:., . Charter Nov. 3, 2004.
. . Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff
Thlursdas.< aid' he didn't knnow

the outcome of the hearing
and speculated that action in
the case may come at a later
"They. don't typically decide
those issues right away,"'he
said. "They issue an order later
Last week, plans to discuss a
proposed stipulation in the
ongoing property 'rights case
were shelved at the advice of
the city's attorney.
Mayor Fland Sharp removed

the item from the Dec. 18 City
Council agenda without dis-
cussion from any of the mem-
Prior to the meeting,- Sharp
said City Attorney Stephen
Stratford advised the council
not to consider the stipulation
in the Circuit Court case of the
S\VD against the city.-
Sharp said a shade meeting
with the City Council and the
city's legal team was held Dec.
14 to. review the status of the
current vested property rights
lawsuits and Bert Harris Act
claims, including the SWD.
"It was a timing thing. We
had the shade meeting
Thursday when. the agenda is
published," Sharp said. "It was
too lateto pull it off,. It is easi-
,er,to republish it." . ..
--'City .officials -declined. tos
comment on the nature of the'
stipulation because of the
pending 'lawsuit but an activist
with the Beaches Watch group
speculated that the developer
might be willing to drop the
Bert Harris claim against the
city in exchange for being able
to build above 35 feet.
"I don't know what the stip-
ulation says but I'm sure [citi-
zens] would like to know if
"approving stipulations" is the
new council's new way to over-
turn the 35-foot limit in the
city charter," attorney and

Beaches Watch activist
Wendell Finner said in an e-
mail last week.
The Bert J. Harris, Ji. PiI .it
Property Rights Protection Act
passed in 1995 declares that
any act of government which
"inordinately burdens" the fair
market value of real property is
subject to a statutory cause of
action for damages for some-
thing that is defined as less
than a constitutional taking.
The definition of vested
property rights refers to the
right to undertake and com-
plete the development and use
of property under the terms
and conditions of a site specif-
ic development plan.
If the status of the property
changes," diminishing future
development' potentialia. , the
property owner can claim'r tiat
their vested rights were
The first section of the ordi-
nance relates to all buildings
and developmenrts- that are
exempt form the 35-foot
height cap.
Existing buildings, buildings
with approved construction
permits and those in a Planned
Unit development district
adopted. before the - limit
became law can be rebuilt
above 35 feet but they cannot
exceed their present height.

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Letter to the editor:

Quinn selfless helper

To the editor:
This is a tribute not only to a
great patriot, but also to what I
believe is the most selfless,
dedicated helper .of his fellow
man that I have eyvr met -
John T. (Jack) Quinn,; who
passed away on Christmas Eve.
He was also a good golf partner
and an extremely loyal friend.
Jack loved his country and,
his God, and he served both
with devotion and distinction.
He graduated from West Point
in 1952, served in both Korea
and Vietnam, and had a distin-,
guished military career. ..
Moreover, there was a special
place in his heart for those
who had served, fought and
died in the defense of this

country. Every Memorial Day
he honored those men and
women through his public
utterances and writings.
Equally as impressive was his
second career, here at the
Beaches, with the St. Vincent
dePaul Society. His was a full-
time job during which he'
helped the less fortunate of the
Beaches communities with'
such things as furnishings,
food and even rent. These
efforts touched and benefited
the lives of so many people.,
Jack's world here at the
Beaches is a much better place'
because he was here. We shall
all miss him greatly.
Daniel W. MacDonald
Ponte Vedra Beach

To the editor:
I must commend The Leader
for doing a story on dog obedi-
ence at the beach. However, I
would suggest that your staff
writer do a little homework
prior to writing such a piece,
especially when many people
could be influenced by the fact
S that the story was large, and
front page.
You see, the dog training
business in America is not cut
and dry. Just because you have
a certificate from some train-
ing school does not make one
* a good dog trainer. In fact, in
many cases one can obtain
such a certificate just by pay-
ing a fee and answering a cou-
ple of questions.
And who on earth certified
those supposed training
schools to begin with? There
are no rules, regulations or
whatever to govern dog train-
' ers. Hence, anyone can claim
to be a dog trainer, especially if
'they'have a certificate to back
-their claim. So why even men-
tion that a trainer is certified,
as such a statement can indeed
be misleading?
Now think about this. Some
supposed dog trainers, to
include local trainers,' teach
that obedience for dogs is
taught by using food rewards. I
would suggest to you that such
thinking is ignorant.
Obedience is not a trick.
Obedience is what your dog
does out of respect for you as
S the leader of the pack. No
wonder it could take some
trainers several months to
teach something so simple as
to not bite the leader. Ouch!
And just for the record,
many supposed trainers who
use food rewards also make
their clients use "pinch col-
lars." Yea, I know those are
now called "pressure collars"
but the simple fact of the mat-
ter is that the thing was origi-
. nally called a pinch collar and
it was designed to control
extremely aggressive, very
large attack dogs and not your
common pet.

Kathleen Feindt Bailey
Editor, The Beaches Leader

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Hence, I would suggest to
one and all that food rewards
and pinch collars are just a
crutch for bad technique.
If the reporter had done any
homework, he would never
have suggested that six lessons
(only five for the dogi for $65
is "nominal." A simple call to
Fletcher High School would
have led to learning that you
can get dog training there via
their Community Education
program for $40 and your dog
can get eight lessons.
And food rewards and pinch
collars are not taught there.
Those classes are also 10 stu-
dents per class or less so that
people can get much more
time with the instructor. It
should also be noted that the
instructor at Fletcher is giving
back to the community where
he actually lives.
Now let's address this situa-
tion where supposed trainers
offer "puppy classes," "adult
clas'ses"'and mo're:ltfyou check
with Fletcher, they will tell you
that they only offer one class
for all dogs.
You see, at Fletcher the dog
owner is doing the learning
and if the dog owner is doing
the learning, then there, is no
need for additional classes for
the dog.
I personally believe that
trainers who offer puppy class-
es, adult classes, etc. are rip-
ping people off. After all, if you
would teach the owner during
the first course, why on earth
would you need to repeat it?
Perhaps it is because you
only tried to teach the dog.
Teach the owner the first time
and save your money. At the
class mentioned in The Leader
story, one has to pay twice -
once as a puppy and then
again as an adult, equaling
$130 - and at Fletcher, one
can learn for just $40 and take
only one course.
So I must ask the reporter,
where is the "nominal" with
the $130 suggested course?
.Joe White
Joe the Dog Trainer

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Kck bus for w Yea

O ne of the top ten New
Year's resolutions is to
quit smoking, particu-
larly cigarettes.
For sure, it's also one of the
toughest to fulfill. In fact,
some folks apparently have
given up trying to give up
This is true even though
cigarettes have gotten increas-
ingly expensive and the places
where you can legally puff
have become almost as scarce
as ice water in Hades.
Nevertheless, kicking butts
is obviously a worthwhile goal
for the new year. There are all
sorts of strategies that can be
My late wife, Lucy, and her
lady friend figured they would
do it in stages.
Thus, they took up cigars..
I'm talking about the big ones
such as George Burns wielded.
When they each fired up an el
ropo in a public place, it drew
'he'Attentiortof tnused gai'k-
trs.'Neverthele s; it -vorked. :
My spouse soon dropped the
smelly stogies and became a
full-fledged ex-smoker.
Meanwhile, I was still drag-
ging on cigarettes. Finally, in
1983, I decided that trying to
create shortages of raw materi-
als at the cigarette companies


was about as sensible
Shmendrick the Shm(
[ therefore quit coli
and hot tobacco, too.
fed up with consider
smoking outside.
One route to non-s
seems especially ineff
cutting down. A now
businessman I kneY i
himn Joel had ah ofhc
another exec.
Wanting to decrease
intake and eventually
Joe got his friend to 1
keep his gaspers in th
coat closet, so as to rE
consumption by inco

A day or so later, unable to
further resist his nicotine har
kering, Joe dashed unan-
nounced into his neighbor's
quarters, where a closed-door
meeting was in progress.
Naturally, this went over
like the proverbial concrete
cloud. Arrangement zapped.
Of course, another way to
squelch or at least limit a cig,
rette habit is to work for an
organization that prohibits
smoking on premises.
.My employer, the
',K Prudential Insurance
T Company, was probably ahead
of the curve when, I believe i
the early 1950s, it banned
as smoking at one's desk
oe. I was still in a Newark, N.J
d turkey, home office building. It was-
. I was . n't air conditioned, so we ke]
itely the windows open during hc
smoking Some of the staffers, unable
fective: to do without a nicotine fix,
-deceased would light up out in the res
'll a11- ' rodrh. Our resourteful lnaia'
: next t&b. et thireupon h ii lthe' winhC
dows there nailed shut, resul
se his ing in near-suffocating sum-
y stop, mer smoking conditions.
et him Better to cut out butts.
ie latter's Remember, the family that
educe smokes together, chokes
inven- ' together.

Morn ptien ce in New Year

A t the dawning of each
New Year, my resolu-
tions call for me to do
less of everything. Spend less,
drink less, eat less, worry less .
. . blah, blah, blah.
And every year, without fail,
I falter miserably before the
calendar even flips to
In light of recent yet not
completely unexpected
events, I have decided to take,
a different approach to 2007
by trying.to add more of
something to my life rather
than shaving it down to a"
This year, I will work dill-:
gently to increase my capacity
for patience - a character
trait of which I am in desper-
ately short supply.
I am, for the most part, fair-
ly mellow (those of you who'
know me stop laughing) but I
do harbor the tendency to
lose my patience at the drop
of a hat over the smallest
Sure, I know the tricks of
the trade designed to help the
patience-impaired get a grip ,
on whatever situation is caus-
ing the blood pressure to.ele-
vate to dangerous levels.
But sometimes, deep cleans-
ing breaths just aren't enough
and a full-blown hissy fit is in
order just because you can't
find the remote control.
At my house, the remote ,
control is the power source to
peace and tranquility. We are
a family of TV freaks. My list
of resolutions should include
watching less television but I
am a realist.
While it provides endless
hours of mindless channel
surfing, the remote is neces-
sary just to turn'on the idiot

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box because the power button
is actually pushed into the
front of the set'
SIt is also needed to turn off�
the television lest you endure
the milky green glow of the
screen generated by only turn-
ing off the cable box.
Recently while wrapping
presents in a last minute bid
to beat the Christmas clock,
my beloved remote control
vanished in a sea of bows' and'
Spongebob paper. .
Not wanting to sleep with a
pillow over my face, I scoured
the floor looking like Helen
Keller hunting a lost Tic Tac.
My pulse quickened and as
beads of sweat formed along
my brows. I could feel myself
going to the bad place.
This is the part of the story
where my explosive impa-
tience is replaced with:mis-w
guided determination.
Often when faced with
insurmountable odds, I gain a
false sense of cleverness,
much like the time I rescued
my cordless telephone from
an attic wall using standard
garden tools and some super.
. glue.
Turning off a television does

not require complex thought.
When in doubt, unplug. But
in my frenzied.state, I was not
ready to concede to an appli-
The open space where the
power button once lived now
offers easy access for one lack-
ing in common sense to stick
an object in to complete its
former function.
Of course, I selected a tool
brimming with the promise of
electrocution. Anyone familiar
with my Thanksgiving oven
debacle probably knows where
this is going.
I didn't get fried but the TV
did. It is never a good idea to
place a butter knife or any
other object known to con-
duct electricity into anything
plugged into a live outlet.
Deja vu, anyone?
My sink has leaked for the
past three weeks and I am
content with a sauce pan
beneath the counter to catch
the overflow,
But as soon 'as I saw the fire-
works shoot out from the
power button, I loaded my
son into the family truckster
for a trip to the Goodwill
where we scored a new set for
just $30. ,
It works great except for the
color which casts everyone in
sort of a milky green' glow -
the same glow that set off this
entire series of unfortunate
The remote control won't
turn off my new TV.. , ,
It only works for the cable
box but I'm not worried.
Next year, I will take the
time to find the remote when
I need to change the channel
rather than blowing up the
house just to avoid watching
reruns of "Full House."

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Dog training at FHS

bTl-, ln -9 2006

Snuff Out

trick b-day


The debatewill long rage
about what the greatest inven-
tion in history.
Was it the wheel, sliced
"bread, the automobile or the
'computer? .
Was it something intangible
like the merging of Rhythm
and Blues and Country Music
which created Rock and Roll?
The verdict is still out on that.
But the judgment is in on the .
worst invention ever!
It has to be those birthday
cake candles that light back;
up after you blow them out!
Why in the world would
you tell a little 5 year old kid
to make a wish and blow out
his candles, if you'd bought
those stupid things!.
"Remember son, the wish
won't come true unless you
blow all of the candles out!"
"OK Daddy, whoooosh! Yay
I blew them all out, now I'll
get my... Oh no they lit back
up! Waaaah Waaaah!"
There are sensitive parents
who know how traumatic it
would be to a child at' such a
delicate age to have their
young hopes and dreams
dashed by such candle trick-
ery. So they wait until the kid
is at the obnoxious age of 12
to do it. "Sean, the pressure's
on. All your friends are here
and our new neighbors Mr.
f. Wle'and Miss'Diahhe! What
doy )6ithink:folks?-' Ca6'ihe'
blow out a whole dozen can-
dies to get his wish?"
"Watch my smoke y'all!
What the .... Oh it's those
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we go again, WHH-
Matthew, Katelyn, Joshua,
Jeremy help out! HA HA HA
Next, Sean's little 3 year old
sister gets held up to the cake.
"I bet Daddy's little girl can do
the trick! Come on Ashley.
Show 'em how it's done!"
"Here I go Daddy! WHOOO
(Splatter Splatter) OOOSH!"
There is just so much mois-
ture any fire can take before
it's extinguished.. Finally we
were ready for the cake to be
cut. The birthday boy protest-
ed "Aw Mom, I'd like a bigger
piece than that!"
His friends all yelled in uni-
son "me too!"
Then Mom smiled over at
* her new neighbors. "Now I'm
sure the Dempseys would like
a piece! If I cut it that big..."
My wife interrupted "Please
it's Sean's Birthday. Give him
and his friends as big a piece
as they want! I insist!"
I jumped in "I doubly insist
they get an even bigger piece
than they want!! While the
cake looks very moist and
'delicious, I have to be
uriselfish here arid defer to the
One of the little brats, I
mean children, openly-'
despised the red icing used to
'write Happy Birthday, because
he said it tasted like beets!
Sean's Dad tried to nip the
problem in the bud! "But
Joshua, it's food coloring. It
tastes identical to the rest of
the icing!"
Little Josh said. "Ooooo,
that's even worse, the Whole
cake taste like beets!"
Not a minute too soon, my
wife told them we. had to get
up really early the next day
and we were going to have to
leave. Our neighbor offered to
wrap us up Joshua's piece of
cake that he had "barely
touched", not to mention all
of the kids who had "barely
blown" on it. Before we had a
chance to decline, the
Birthday boy's sister Ashley
was wearing the unwanted
cake along with the piece
she'd been served. Her 4th
Birthday is coming up next
month. Unfortunately Dianne
and I have other plans for that
evening. That is if we get
invited to her party. Who
invented those re lighting
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Christopher Michael Hazlett,
23, of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested Dec. 22 and charged
with two counts of uttering
forged bills and making or pos-
sessing instruments for forging
bills in the 1100 block of Palm
Circle. North, according to a
police report. Hazlett was
arrested following a controlled
buy of counterfeit currency
conducted by a special agent
with the U.S. Secret Service. A
comptiter and printer were
seized along with counterfeit
:$5 and $10 bills, police said.

Auto burglary was reported
Dec. 17 in the 1400 block of
Blue Heron Lane East. An Ipod,
radar detector and key ring
with assorted keys were stolen.
Total loss! was $600. The vehi-
cle were unlocked.
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Auto burglary was reported
Dec. 17 in the 1500 block of
Blue Heron Lane East. Apair of
prescription sunglasses and a
cuisinart blender were stolen,
The vehicle was unlocked.
Total loss was $315.

Grand theft was reported
Dec. 27 in the 500 block of
17th Avenue North. The victim
was notified by her bank that
her account was overdrawn.
Several, unauthorized transac-
tions totaling $2,615 were
reported. ,

Ryan Brook Doran, 20, of
Charleston, S.C., syas arrested
Dec. 23 and charged with
bringing a controlled sub-
stance into the state following
a traffic stop in the 100 block
of 3rd Avenue North, accord-

ing to a police report. Six
grams of cocaine in seven indi-
; vidual packages were located in
1 the vehicle.
S,* *
. Residential burglary was
reported Dec. 22 in the 500
block of 3rd Avenue South. The
suspect stole $70 in cash from
a container in the victim's bed-,
room and also tried to steal a
stereo. There were no signs of
t forced entry.
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Thomas David 'Williams III,
19, of Atlantic Beach was
arrested Dec. 22 and charged
with dealing in stolen property
in the 200 block of 3rd Street
f S., according to a police report.
Williams sold several items
that were reported stolen dur-
'ing an October burglary'.
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James Lee Anderson, 25, of
Jacksonville was arrested Dec.'
24 and charged with posses-
f sion of a controlled substance
F following a fight in the 100
block of 2nd Street North,
according to a police report.
Witnesses observed Anderson
chase the victim down and
punch him several times in the
face. Police responding to the
f fight found a controlled sub-
stance in Anderson's shirt
t pocket.
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Lloyd Sherman Turner, 43, of
Jackson\'ille was arrested Dec.
25 and charged with grand
'theft of a motor vehicle in the
200 block of 13th Avenue N.,
according to a police, report.`
Turner was driving a silver
2000 Subaru SUV reported
stolen in Jacksonville. He was
taken into custody without
incident following a traffic


Fraud was reported on Dec.
26 in the 1600, block, of
Mayport Road, according to a-
police report. The complainant
told police that a man came'
into the store and *asked for-
change for a $20 bill. The clerk
used a counterfeit detection
pen, which showed that the
bill was counterfeit, according
to the report.
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- Grand theft was reported on
Dec. 26 in the 1500 block of
Ocean Boulevard, according to.
a police report. The com-
plainant told police that he
and his neighbor had an ongo-,
ing dispute. His neighbor told
him that items in his front
yard were an "eye sore" to the
: community. The complainant
later noticed that some of the
items were missing .from .his
yard and others had been.
arranged and. organized,
according to the report.
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Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on Dec. 23.'in
the 40 block of 17th Street,
according to the report. The
victim told police that while he
and his family were out of
town on a cruise, his son's
friend was feeding their dogs
and collecting the mail. The
suspect called the victim to tell'
'him that he had taken the vic-
tim's car'and crashed it while
the family was out' of town,.
according to the report. The'
victim said the suspect did not
have permission to drive the
car, according to the report.

The. owner of a store report-

ed on Dec. .23 .that worthless
checks had been passed at his.
business in the 1100 block, of
Mayport Road, according to a
police report. The owner,
flagged down an officer and
explained .that the two inci-
dents in November where
worthless checks had been
passed. He had been notified
by the bank that the account
that the checks were written
on was closed, according to the,
report. The checks were for
$60 and $280, according to the

James David Howard, 32,.
was arrested for possession of
cocaine on Dec. 25 in the 2200
block of Florida Boulevard,'
according to a police report..
An officer observed a parked
vehicle ini thelot of a closed
business. The vehicle also had
its lights off. When the officer
activated the patrol car lights,
the defendant ducked out of,
sight. The defendant told the
officer that he was looking for
a lighter on the floorboard.
The officer searched the vehi-
cle and found one gram of
cocaine in a plastic bag,.
according to the report.

Burglary .was reported on
Dec. 25 in the" 1000 block of:
Marrone Lane, according to a'
police report. The victim told
police that two of her vehicles
had been burglarized. A GPS
device and a cell phone were
stolen from one of the vehicles
and her son's wallet and an
iPOD were taken from another
vehicle, according to the
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Page Waddell Farrar

Page Waddell Farar, 97, died
Dec. 24, 2006 in Jacksonville
Beach. A native of Virginia,
she moved with her late hus-
band, Russell Farrar, to the
Beaches more than 20 years
ago. .She,,attendoed First,.Bp,t "
Church, Jacksonille each..,,
Farrar is survived by her
daughter, Betty Stratton; two
grandsons, Bruce (Lori)
Stratton and Robert (Sheri)
Stratton; and two great-grand-
children, Seth and Addison
A Memorial Service will be
held at 11 a.m. Jan. 3 in the
Chapel of Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home, 1701 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach. In
lieu of flowers, the family sug-
gests donations to the Beaches
Emergency Assistance
Ministry. .
Words of comfort may be
shared with the family at

Elizabeth M. Freeman

Elizabeth M. Freeman, 92,
lifelong resident of the
Mayport area, died Dec. 25,
2006. Known to all as Nana,
she was predeceased by her
husband, George L. Freeman.
Surviving are a brother,
George Brazeale; six children,
George Ann (Clint) Norman,
Dora (Jerry) Barber, George
(Susie) Freeman, Marie (Bob)
Eiss, Delmus Janey) Freeman
and Debbie iPete) Glenn; 13
grandchildren, 14 great-grand-
children and many neighbors,
friends, nieces and nephews.
Visitation was held Thursday
at Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach. A
Celebration of Her Life will be
held at 1 p.m. in the chapel at
the funeral home. Burial will
follow in Mayport Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be directed to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital,
501 St. Jude Place, Memphis,
TN38105;. : .

John T. "Jack" Quinn
John' T. - "Jack" Quinn,
Brigadier General, U.S. Army
(Ret.), died Dec. 24, 2006 at 77.
He was born:. May 7, 1929 in
New Haven, Conn. to John
Emmett and .Margaret York
Quinn. .
Qutinn enlisted as a private
in the Connecticut National
Guard in 1946, achieved the
rank of sergeant, then earned
an appointment to the United
States Military Academy at

West Point. In June 1952, he
graduated as a second lieu-
tenant in the Infantry and
married his high school sweet-
heart, Katherine (Kay) Fallon.
Upon completion of
Airborne and Ranger training,
Quinn began 34 years of dis-

, charatu enizd ltarno e4l.40ty,
physical courage and his infec-
tious commitment to excel-
lence. He commanded Infantry
units at the company, battal-
ion and brigade levels while
serving with the 7th Cavalry
Regiment 1st Cavalry
Division), 101st Airborne
Division and 1st, 4th and 25th
Infantry Divisions. His three
combat . tours in Vietnam
included service as the.
American advisor to the 20th
SVietnamese Ranger Battalion,
executive officer of the 2/28
Infantry (Black Lions) and
commanding officer of 'the
1/14 Infantry (Golden
Dragons). Unwavering in his
commitment to the training
and welfare of the American
"foot soldier," Quinn also
served as assistant division
commander of the 1st, 2nd
and 25th Infantry Divisions.
Quinn was a devoted hus-
band, loving father and broth-
er, and doting grandfather, the
family said. He' and his wife.
moved to the Beaches in' 1991
to be near' their children andc
A gifted leader who felt a
keen obligation to help others,
Quinn's lifetime of community
service included coaching
youth athletics, local and exec-'
utive leadership roles with the
Boy Scouts, altar boy director,
Parish couficil and the Knights
of Columbus. For the past 10'
Years, he was blessed with the
t opportunity to, serve the less
Fortunate citizens of the
Beaches as a leader of the St.
Vincent de Paul Society.
'Quinn's fellow volunteers
and the client families brought
great joy and continued mean-
ing his life. The Ponte Vedra
Rotary Club recognized him as
a Local Hero and a Paul Harris
Fellow. He touched many lives'
as an executive at Qurin-Shalz
Family Funeral Home.
True to his Irish roots, Quinn
was a talented musician, public
speaker and writer. While his
unmistakable look,,of disap-,
proval was more than enough'
I to correct the errant behavior
of sons and soldiers, it was
f more. frequent that his smile
and laughter would light up
t the lives of those he loved and

led. '
Quinn is survived by his wife
of 54 %'ears, Kay; sons, Fr. John,
Bill, ,Tom (Sheryl), Mike
(Dodie)' and Dan; daughter,
Mary 'Quinn Shalz; sisters,
Helen Rollins, . Mary Lou
Suraci, Peggy Yeom'ans and
Kaplpvn., 3Nqd) Skinner; .and
g.ppdcihldzd,en, Christie Quinn,
Jessica Quinn, Katie Quinn and
Jacob Quinn Shalz. He was pre-
ceded in death by his parents,
John and Margaret Quinn; his
brother, James Quinn; and his
sister, Elizabeth Rivard.
Visitation will be held from 51
p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday in the
Quinn-Shalz Chapel. Mass of
Christian Burial will be cele-
brated at 11 a.m. Saturday in
St. Paul's Catholic Church. In
lieu of flowers, the family-
requests donations be made to
St. Vincent's de Paul Society,
526 1st Ave. N., lacksonville
Beach, FL 32250.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.
.Regina Carter Warren
Regina Carter Warren,,
daughter of the late Herbert.
Carter and the former Irene
McCarthy Carter, died Dec. 21,-
2006. She was born ' in
Jacksonville June 2, 1916.
Warren attended St. Joseph's
Academy in St. Augustine and
graduated froni St. Paul's
School in Jacksonville. She
received certificates from danc-
ing schools in Jacksonville,
Chicag6 and New York City,
and attended a special school
for ballet.in Salzburg, Austria.
She later owned and operated
several dancing schools in
Warren married Julian
Warren of Blountstown, Fla. in
1938, and the couple made.
Jacksonville. their home.
During World War II she
returned to teaching dancing,
Ballet andtap. Following the
war, her husband went back to
law school at the University of:
Florida, and she was asked to
teach ballroom dancing' to
returning veterans.
The Warrens moved back to
Jacksonville after Julian
Warren finished law school.
She served on several commu-
nity service boards, including
the Tuberculosis Association
and the Crippled Children's
Society. She was the' first
woman's division chairman for
the Cancer Crusade for Duval
County, and also was President
of The Diocesan Council of St.
Augustine of the Catholic

W oman's Club, St. Paul's
Church Guild, Begonia Garden
Circle, Jacksonville Garden
Club and President of the
Women's Club of Jacksonville.
She served as State Society
District Director of the St.
Johns River Chapter of the
Daughters ,qt i,.te Aqreig~,j
Revolution, and also, w,as ,.4
member of the St. Vincent's
Warren: received the pro
ecelise medal from Pope Paul II
at the Basilica in St. Augustine
in June 1970, the: same year
she took 22 pilgrims to all the
Catholic Shrines in Europe.
She continued to travel the
world, and many people
enjoyed traveling with her,
until her retirement.
Warren is survived by her
four children, Juliana Warren
Howe (Phil), Jacksonville
Beach, Ryan Carter Warren
(Margaret), Jacksonville Beach,
Tinah Warren Rhea,
Jacksonville, and Timothy'
Warren, Jacksonville; four
grandchildren, Philip G. Howe
Ill (Erin), San Diego, Calif.,
Julianna M. Howe, Arlington,
Va., Warren W. Howe (Toni),
Cummings, Ga. and Irene R.
Bufkin iSam), Jacksonville; and
one great-grandson, Philip
McCarthy Howe, Cummings,
Ga. She also is survived by
cousins,' Joan : Hearty"
Goodman, Ponte Vedra Beach,'
McCarthy Ward, Monroe, La.,
Betsy Horan, Deland,, Fla., .
Arthur Lane, Birmingham,
Ala., Barney Lane, Deland, Fla.,
and Patrick Lane, Deland, 'Fla.;
nephews, Dr. Walter Warren,
Barney Wahl Carter, and
Eugene Carter; and niece, Mary
Elizabeth Carter.
A decade of the Rosary and a
eulogy were recited Wednesday
at St. Paul's Catholic Church,
2609 Park Street. A Mass of,
.Christian Burial followed'
immediately. Interment was in
St. Mary's Cemetery,, located in
Evergreen Cemetery.
Warren requested no flowers.
Instead, donations may be
made to the charity of choice.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home, 4115
Hendricks . Avenue,

Note: Details regarding serv-
ices have been added for Ben
Hill Simmons, whose obituary
appeared in Wednesday's
Leader. Inurnment will beheld
at 2 p.m. Friday in Eastside
Cemetery, Statesboro, Ga.

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Alexander Gregory Pressley,
40, was arrested for driving
when his license was perma-
nently revoked on Dec. 23 in
the 300 block of Third Street,
according to a police report.
An officer conducted a traffic
stop for improper equipment.
The defendant had a perma-
nently revoked license for sev-
eral citations, according to the
report. .

Christy Dianne Chapman,
34, was arrested for possession
of cocaine on Dec. 22 in the
1100 block of Mayport Road,
according to, a police, report.
An unknown driver informed
an officer that she thought the
driver behind her may have
been intoxicated. The officer
made a traffic stop on the vehi-
cle. The defendant had a plas-
.tic bag, which contained 2.4
grams of cocaine,, partially
hanging out of a pocket. A
search . of the vehicle also
revealed one Xanax, according
to the report.

Burglary was reported on
Dec, .22 inm the 100 block, of
lBowtles Street, according to a
police report. An organizer
was found and returned to the
; owner. The victim told police
that her gym bag and organiz-
er were missing, but she wasn't
sure if someone had broken
into her car, according to the

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Palms Open House
John Peyton, Mayor of the
City of Jacksonville, will be
the guest speaker at the Open
House Luncheon at Palms
Presbyterian Church on
Wednesday, January 17. The.
event will begin at noon.
Tickets are $7 and reserva-
tions can be made after
January 2 by calling the
church office at 246-6427.
Tickets can also be purchased
after services on January 7 and
14. The Open House will be
held in the Fellowship Hall on
the church campus at Third
Street and .34th Ave. S. in
Jacksonville Beach.
Bowling Party
Destiny Unlimited, the sin-
gle adults and single parents
ministry at New Life Christian
Fellowship, will host a New
Year's Eve Bowling Party at 9
p.m. on Sunday, December
31. The event is for the entire
family and the cost of $8 per
person includes shoe rental
and refreshments. Register at
www.nlcf.org or contact
Pastor David Wheeler at 223-
600 for information.
Church Women United
Church Women United will
meet at 10 a.m. on Friday,
January 5 lat First Christian
Church of the Beaches. The
meeting will include the
Installation of Officers and a
Silent Auction. The church
address is 2125 Ocean Front
in Neptune Beach.
Blood Drive
St. Andrew's by theSea will
have a blood drive from 9
'a.m,.. to 12;30 p.m. on
MoNnday, January 22'. For
information call the church
office at'- 248-4575. The
church address is 1801 Beach

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more details about the STARS program, call 241-4211 or download an application from beacheschapel.com. Open enrollment is
until Jan 8:

. Watch Night 'Service
The Perfecting Saints
Church of Mayport will have
a Watch Night Service at 9:30
p.m. on Sunday, December
.31. The theme will be "The
Struggle is Over."The church is
located at 2294 Mayport
Road, Suite 8 in Atlantic
Beach. For information call
the church office at 249-2787.
Meaning of Life
Calvary Anglican Church

will offer an exploratory
course on the Meaning of Life
from the Christian perspec-
tive. The five week course
begins at 6:30 p.m. on
Tuesday, January 2nd and
continues through Jan. 30.
.Dinnrer, which is provided
at no charge, will be followed
by the lecture and discussion.
Everyone including those
with questions or who are
skeptical are welcome to
attend., To register call the

church office at 241-9400.
The course will be held at
Redeemer Anglican Church at
7500 Southside Blvd.
Harmony on Tour
The Cornell University Glee
Club will perform in concert
at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 9
at Palms Presbyterian Church.
The church address is 3410 S.
Third Street in Jacksonville
Beach; call 246-6427 for infor-

Grief Ministry
The Healing Hearts Ministry
of Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
church will begin a 10-week
small group, self-guided jour-
ney through the grief process
at 7 p.m. on Sunday, January
7 at 7 p.m. Healing Hearts
Ministry is led by trained vol-
unteers Beth and David
Bolton. For information con-
tact them at 280-7820 or at
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Bethel Gallery Exhibit
"Christmas Presence" 'is the
ongoing art exhibit at Bethel
Gallery at Ponte Vedrai
Presbyterian Church through
Jan. 14. The church address is
4510 Palm Valley Road in
Ponte Vedra. Call 285-8225
for information.
Meditation Class
Unity at the. Beaches will
offer "Meditation Made Easy",
a class led by Rev. Marleen
Davis at 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday at the Ribault
Garden Club. The class will
continue through early
December. For information
call 355-5100. The Garden
Club is at 705 2nd Ave. N. in
Jacksonville Beach.
Prayer for Schools
On Thursday from 9:30 to
11 a.m, a group meets at the
Winston Family YMCA to
pray for school, media, fami-
lies, and church. %The YMCA
is on Landrum Lane in Ponte
Vedra. For' information call
285-0267. .
Celebrate Recovery
A biblical based program for
persons facing personal prob-
lems, meets every Friday at
6:30 p.m. in the fellowship
hall of Beach United
Methodist Church, 3rd Street
at ' 7th .Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach.
The program emphasizes
that through worship and,
same-gender small groups,
people can work on personal
struggles such as eating disor-
ders, alcohol/drug abuse, and
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8:00 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School
Children 9:15 am
Youth/Adult 9:15 am
Nursery Provided

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Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Breakfast
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Middle, High School, College
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Church Office 249-8698 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch
PreschoollKlindergaden Office 241-7335
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Schedule: Rev. Julie Frank,Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 830&11a m Sunday Contemporary Worship
Church School -All Ages ' 945 am 8:30am
Youth Felliowships er 5:59pm Sunday Church School 9:45am

Chancel Choir Wednesdays7 p.m. Sunday LBW Worship 11:00am
Weekday Preschool/Kindergarten (3.,4 & 5 yr olds) Nursery Provided
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6:30 pm - Contemporary Worship Service 8:00 & 9:00 am F . . 9 11
SUNDAY % Celebration Praise Father Wm. A. Kelly, pastor unday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
9:00 am - Contemporary Worship Service 10:45 am Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Nursery Available Sunday Morning
10:30 am - Traditional Service Saturday Mass 9a.m.and 530 p.m. RECONCILIATION
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education, Sisteihood activities and Youth activities. Bible Class Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
"A bome for Jewish Families at the Beach" Worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m.
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Pre-K students from First Baptist Church of Jacksonville Beach present' a Christmas program to
the residents of Avante earlier this month.

Unity Church to hold its Bowl

Burning Service Sunday, Dec. 31

Unity Church will have a
Bowl Burning Service as a way
'fto prepare our minds and
hearts for the New Year," said
Rev. 'Dolores Vetter of Unity
Church at the Beaches.
The service will be held at at
11 a.m. on Sunday,. December
31: Those who attend the serv-

ice will be invited to "release
the things from 2006 Which no
longer serve us," she said.
People will be invited to
place pieces of paper. listing
everything they want to release
in a bowl during the service.
The contents'of the bowi will
be burned.
There will also be time dur-
ing the service for.everyone to-
write a letter to God.about'the

upcoming year, said Vetter.
Next December the letters
will be sent back to the writers
so that they can reflect on
what they wrote as they pre-
pared for 2007..
The Bowl Burning Service
willbe held at the Jacksonville
Beach Women's Club at 1315
N. 2nd Avenue, where Unit',
Church holds weekly services.

Briefs: 'Bible and Bagels' study group

Cont. from A-6
Men's group meetings
Hodges Blvd. Presbyterian
Church offers "Bible and
Bagels", a men's Bible study
group, 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. on
Wednesday in the fellowship
Hall. The church address is
4140 Hodges Blvd, For infor-
'mation call 223-6922.
The - men's group from
Calvary Anglican' Church
meets at 6 a.m. Friday at
Denny's Restaurant, on
Atlantic Blvd. Pastor David
Sa ndjfeiawiiiU fqjfitat.a'tiddy
bf "De v.aotioqWa-,Classics" .by
Richard S. Foster. For informa-
tion call the church office at
A men's Bible study is held
at 7 a.m. Monday at Ponte
Vedra United, Methodist
Church, 35 Executive Way,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
Palms' Presbyterian men's
Bible study is held at 7 a.m.
Wednesday in the Youth
Center/Fellowship Hall.
Community Presbyterian
Church at 150 Sherry Dr. in
Atlantic Beach has Wednesday
morning prayer breakfasts for
men at 7 a.m.
� St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal Church has a Men's
Prayer Group and Bible Study
which meets on the first and
third Saturday of the month at
8 a.m. in Stormes Hall. The
men's group. also participates
in outreach efforts. All are wel-
come to-attend. The address is
465 1lth Ave. N. in
Jacksonville Beach.
Sunrise Comhmunity Church
offers Men's Study Groups at 6
:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. on
Wednesday. Contact the
church office at 249-3030 for
information; the .church
address is 298 Aquatic Drive in
Atlantic Beach.

* Singles groups
The following are church-
related singles groups in the
Beaches area. Church mem-
bership is not required:
New .Life Christian
*Fellowship, 2701 Hodges
'Blvd., Jacksonville has month-
ly Single Adult Ministry meet-
ings. A White-Elephant Gift
Exchange will be held at 7:30
p.m, on Friday. The annual
Singles Christmas Banquet
will be at 7 p.m on Saturday at
the Genesis Cafe. Tickets are
$20 and need to be purchased
in advance. Contact Claudia
at 223-6000 for information.
Childcare is provided for some
Beach United Methodist
Church has Monday Night
Alive for singles at 7 p.m. on
Monday nights and Singles
Coffee House 10:45 a.m. on
Sunday. For information visit
www.beachumc.org or call
249-2343. BUMC is located at
325 7th Ave. N.
Beaches Chapel Church,

610 Florida Blvd., Neptune
Beach. Singles over age 33
meet the last Saturday of the
month at 7 p.m. at 'the
church. 241-4211.
Christ Episcopal Church,
400 San Juan Drive in Ponte
Vedra, offers a singles ministry
called Solo Flight. For infor-
mation contact .the church
office at 285-6127..
Christ the Redeemer
Church, 190 'S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Weekly
Bible study and monthly
sHcial event ch as square
kalncing. for a 30 and up.
Ponte Vedra Presbyterian'
Church, 4510 Palm Valley
Road, Ponte Vedra Beach.
'Bible study group at 11 a.m.
Sunday and occasional other
activities for 'singles ages 30
and older.

Retreats at Marywood
Retreats and events are
planned at the Marywood
Center for Spixituality in the
Switzerland area of NW St.
Johns County at 1715-5 State
Road 13. For information, call
287-2525 or toll-free (888)-
287-253 Or check www.mary-

Church Activities for Kids
The following events are
held at Beaches area churches
on Wednesday for young-
*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
*Christ Episcopal Church at
Solana Road and San Juan
Drive in ' Ponte Vedia 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 285-6127.
"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.
*Family Bible Church at
460-' ~l7iilley Road hai
,ulldihg"Bi dlts for childreri
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-
. *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 6thf
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 wor-
ship service for youths, held 6
'p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
*New . Beginnings Baptist
Church at 1050 State Road
, AIA in'Ponte Vedra offers Kids
K'Nextion for ages 3 to fifth
grade, Praise Band, and mid-
dle arid high school youth
activities beginning at 6:30
and 7:30 p.m. Call 285-4288.
*Ponte Vedra 'United
Methodist Church at 35
Executive Way in Ponte Vedra
has activities for youth meet 5
p.m. to 8 p.m. Cherub and
Children's choir .meet at 5:45
p.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 Group
.meet on Sundays from 6 to 8
p.m. Call '280-5141.
*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
*Community Presbyterian
Church has Cherub Choir at 4
p.m. and Junior Choir at 5
p.m. Senior high school stu-
dents meet at 3:30 p.m. to dis-
cuss issues at "Trash Talk." Call
249-8698 for information.

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Check out our cooking columns.

* The Leder

eApron's Cooking School.
offers a two-day Teen Survivor
Camp at the Publix at 10500
San Jose Blvd. The session,
scheduled for 3 p.m. Dec. 28-
29, will focus on baking skills
and the preparation of finger
foods. The cost is $70. 'The
number to call for reservations
is 904-262-4187.
*Cheer for the Holidays, for
kindergarten Jan. 2-5 at
Infinity Allstars, 510-1
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach.
Activities include tumbling,
arts. and .crafts, cheer and
dance,, and games. Participants
need to bring a lunch. The cost
is $80 per week or $150 for
both weeks. After-hours care is
available from 5 p.rr. to 6 p.m.
for $10 per hour. For informa-
tion, call 904-247-1031.
*Skatelab Winter Camp will
be held Jan. 2-5 at Skatelab
Indoor Skatepark and Museum,
270 Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. The camp, for ages 6
and up, includes skateboard
training with' Skatelab team
riders and instructors, breakfast
and drink, games, skate con-
tests and admission for the
week after camp. The cost is
$80 per week. Call 904-249-
2529 for information.
*'Lunch'& A Movie' Winter
Holiday Camp at Artlife
Studios will be held Jan. 3-5.
The hours are 10 a.m. to 12
p.m. for ages 5 to 7 and 12 p.m.
to 3 p.m. for ages 7 to 12. The
cost is $20 per day, with dis-
counts for ArtLife rriembers.
Camp activities include
movies and movie trivia, act-
ing and improve .games, -prizes
and Q&As with film profes-
sionals. Children need to bring
their own lunch.
Artlife Studios is at 510
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach.
For information, call 247-8337.
*Winter Ranger Program
Series includes a winter day
camps being offered at Little
Talbot Island State Park.
-Jan. 2-3: "Winter Escapes."
This free, two-day series intro-
duces children to the adven-
tures of' hiking. The first day,
they learn the basics of out-
door trekking. The second day,
Park staff and the kids conquer
the 3.8-mile Little Talbot
Hiking Trail. This camp will
run from 1 p.rrf. to 3 p.m. both
days and is intended for chil-
drenragesr8and tip. iParents art
required to remain with the
group and are asked join in the
This day-camp is limited to
15 youngsters; call 904-251-
2320 to reserve a spot.
Participants will , meet at
Pavilion 'No. 1 at' Little Talbot
Island State Park.
*Kids ,Camps' at MOSH fea-
tures winter camp Jan. 3-5.
Camp topics, for. kindergart-
ners through sixth' graders, will
include "Sleigh Bell Science"
and "Polar Explorers." The
camp will run from 9 a.m. tp
3:30 p.m.,, with before- and
after-care available. The num-
ber to call is 396-MOSH(6674),
ext. 230.
*Creation Stations at MOCA
Jacksonville (formerly JMOMA)
invites, children ages 5-12 to
participate in a back-to-school,
one-day art camp from 12:30
p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 6. As the
winter break wraps up, chil-
dren will have the opportunity
to visit stations featuring mul-
timedia art-making activities.
The cost is $20 for members
and $25 for non-members.
For information, call MOCA
Jacksonville's Education
Department at 366-6911, ext.
*ArtLife Studios offers Drop-
In Fridays-Theatre Games on
Friday afternoons from 3:30
p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Kids'ages 7-
12 years will be able to let their
imagination run wild during
the high energy playtime.
Parents must sign a waiver for
kids to participate. Donations
only, suggested amount $5.
ArtLife is located at 510
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach,
just off Atlantic Boulevard, two
blocks north of SkateLab, at
5th Street. For information,
call 247-8337.
*Beaches Branch of the
� Jacksonville Public Library, 600
Third St., Neptune Beach, has
children's activities. Call 241-
1141 and press 4 for children's
activities and 5 for the refer-
ence desk.

*Carver Community Center,
738 4th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, has many activities for
kids, including karate, tutoring
and games. 247-6218.
eCummer Museum of Art &
Gardens, 829 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, 904-355-0630.
-Drop-In Art in the
Afternoon, for ages 4 to 8, is
held from 4 ;p.m. to 5 p.m,,
Tuesday. Activity is based on'
the national Start 'With The
Arts program. Each week, chil-
dren explore the galleries or
gardens and experiment with a
different art process. There is

no pre-registration; early
arrival is encouraged as class
size is limited. The cost is $5
for members, $7 for non-
-Art' Adventures on
Saturday, for ages 6 to 12,
offers classes in painting, print-
making, collage and construc-
tion with changing themes.
One or all classes, which are
held from 10 a.m. to noon,
may be signed up for. The cost
is $10 per class for members,
$15 for non-members.
-Art for Two, for ages 3 to 5,
runs from 3. p.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday and offers parents a
fun-filled hour with their child
in a class based on the Start
With The Arts program. The
class provides an infusion of
art, movement, literature and
music to help channel chil-
dren's interests into the devel-
opment of new skills. Pre-regis-
tration is required. The cost for
members is $10 per pair per
class, for non-members $15 per
pair, per class.
*Heartsong offers
Kindermusik and playday
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
JacksonviUe Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth to age" 7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 months old and
includes parachute play, climb-
ing and musical activities.
Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is free. Call 249-3828
for information.
*Mini MOCA Masters:
Saturday classes for children
ages 8, to 12 will incorporate
components of art history,
touring the museum's collec-
tions, literacy and an art-mak-
ing activity. Session One, with
focus on drawing and painting,
runs from Jan. 13 to Feb. 24.
Session Two will be held from
March 10 to April 21, with

focus on wearable art.
All classes will be held in the
fifth floor educational work-
shop studios and be taught'by
the Museum Educator. For
information, call 366-6911.

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June to December 2006

Year in Sports

A pair of college students
rose to the occasion June
0 in taking the men's
and women's titles at the second
of this season's Beaches Fine Arts
Series sprint triathlons.
Twenty-year-old Dustin
McLarty, a member of the
University of Florida swim team,
won the event in 52:57. The
DeLand native led wire-to-wire
and finished a minute and 15
seconds ahead of second-place
finisher Richard Sumrall.
Florida State's Amanda Hahn,
20 and a member of the
Seminoles' cross-country team,
won the women's race in
McLarty completed the day's
first event, the quarter-mile
ocean swim in 6:14, more than
a minute ahead of his closest
"I would have been shocked
it I wasn't the first one out of
the water because I haven't met
another triathlete vet who
comes from quite the swimming
background my family has,"
said McLarty, who specializes in
the 400-meter individual medley
for the Gators.
McLarty's 23-year-old sister,
Sara, is a member of the
National Teams Program for elite
triathletes. She lives and trains at
the Olympic Training Center in
Colorado Springs, Colo.

Fletcher head coach Joe
Reynolds picked up his 100th
career football win Sept. 8.

As for his victory Saturday,
Dustin McLarty chalked .it up to
two factors: Terrific conditions
, and the absence ot perennial
BFAS champion Danny
' Domingo.
"I've always been the fust one
out of the water even during the
Domingo Era," he said with a
laugh. "It was usually during the,
bike race that he'd overtake me.
"Today I saw him out on the
course, just sitting there as a
spectator. He waved at me right
about at the point he usually
blows by me on the bike
Domingo is taking some time
off from the sprint triathlon
series but may return to conm-
pete next season. ,

r|Tie Jacksonville Beach team
of the Eastern Surfing
Association claimed five
titles at the ESA state champi-
onships in Sebastian Inlet last
June. And from the state champi-
onships surfers qualify to com-
pete in the USA Championships
in Oceanside, CA in luly, and the
East Coast Champion-ships in
Cape Hatteras, NC in September.
Winning their divisions were
Girls Champion Cameron Keys
of Neptune Beach; Women's
Longboard Champ-ion Tiffany
Layton of Atlantic Beach; Junior
Longboard Champion Justin
Quintal of Neptune Beach;
Master Longboard Champion
Buddy Evans of Jacksonville
Beach; and overall Shortboard
Champ-ion Adam McGill of
Jacksonville Beach.
A team of area soccer play-
ers completed a tour of
Holland in June and fin-
ished 2-2 against some tough
Dutch competition, according
to coach Mike Le\ine.
The team, dubbed FC Strand
i"strand" is Dutch for
"beach"J, is made up of local
sophomore and junior high
school players. Many of those
players are from Fletcher and
In its first week of competi-

tion FC Strand went 1-1.
Lebrie reported his squad fell
behind by a goal 20 minutes
into its game with FC Schram;'
but rallied to tie things on a
goal Nease High's Joe .
FC Sctuam scored another
goal in the game's waning
moments to win, 2-1.
The second game was
against Lemiers Football Club
Rood Groen. McKinley opened
the scoring for FC Strand and
Bishop Kenny's Jarrett Hoey
added two goals for the beach-
es team;t
Fletcher's Donald Grzena
and FIlip Ivanov from Nease
added scores to make it a 5-2
final for Strand.
Levine and his players also
attended a World Cup game as.
part of the trip. While they
saw the U.S. routed 3-0 by the
Czech Republic, the coach
described the atmosphere as
"an incredible experience."

More than 60 teams
from all over Florida
put on an exciting
show for the Comcast Cable
cameras July 22-23 at the World
,Gmn Summer Blast volleyball
tournament on the sands of
Jacksonville Beach. �
"It was probably the best
we've had in Jacksonville in 10
years," said tournament direc-
tor Jay Miller, who also heads
the Jacksonville Volleyball
Club. "TV coverage made a big
The cameras not only drew a
high caliber of competitors to
Jacksonville Beach but also
brought out spectators in
greater numbers and con-
tributed to an overall feeling of
excitement, Miller said. It
marked the first time the popu-
lar summer series of beach vol-
leyball tournaments has been
taped for broadcast.
"It made it seEn more of a
festive weekend," said Miller.
That extra energy may have
helped a Ponte Vedra' team in
the men's open division to pull

Nease High quarterback Ted Stachitas reacts after the final play of the Class 4A state champi-
onship game in Miami. On first down from the Plant High 20-yard, line with 3 seconds remaining
and trailing by four points, Stachitas was sacked to end the game.

Jacksonville's Hanna Hove douses herself with water while running to the transition area follow-
ing the quarter-mile ocean swim portion of the June BFAS sprint triathlon at Mickler's Landing.
Hove, 23, finished the race in 1:11:12.

off a major upset. Glenn
Stephen and Devon Koopman
were seeded second to last com-
ing into the tournament, but
knocked out the number one
team to make the semifinals on
center court.
Miller noted the v\eekend'
event was only Stephen's and
Coopman's second time play-
ing in the open division, and
they were thrilled with their
victory though the pair did not
move on to the finals.
In the men's open division,
Scott Perry and Kent Ammons
took the championship. Tony
Cothron and Reo Sonentino
finished in second place.
Robin Mignery and Jill Cox.
took first place in the women's
open division, with Jenny
Musser and Julie Chapman fin-
ishing second.
Cleve Cooney continued
his dominance at the
annual Meninak Ocean
Marathon Swim July 29, win-
ning for the second consecu-
tive year and for a record
eighth time overall.
The former Atlantic Beach
resident never trailed ip the
3.5-mile, point-to-point swim,
crossing under the finish ban-
ner in 1 hour, 12 minutes and
4k8 seconds.
Cooney, 39, bested a field of
48 in the lifeguard-only event
for members of the American
Red Cross Life Saving Corps of'
Jacksonville Beach.
The 73rd annual swim,
sponsored by. the Meninak
Club of Jacksonville, began at
the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
and terminated in front of the
Jacksonville Beach lifeguard
"It was very crowded the
first mile," said Cooney, who
last year set the record for the
most wins in event history.
"There were at least four
others around me. .1 finally got
my rhythm, but I could feel
[runner-up] Art [Naidzich]. He
was a lot closer, than I
A n early turnover on
offense, a bad punt, a per-
onal foul on fourth
down and a blown coverage on
defense contributed to Fletcher,
High's 17-6 loss in the kickoff
classic August 17 at First Coast
Now, the good news: The
game didn't count.
Fletcher (8-3 in 2005) was in
a classic rebuilding mode this,
season, with fewer than a
dozen seniors on the roster.
But the Senators could have
been a team to be reckoned
with in District 2-5A if.they
could have ironed out a few
wrinkles here and there.
"We're young. We've got to
make some adjustments,"
Fletcher defensive coordinator

Melissa Moore ranges to her right to return a shot during
Women's Open pool play last July in the World Gym Summer
Blast beach volleyball tournament.

Kevin Brown said after the
"We have some issues at
strong safety, and we .didn't
gang tackle very well. We have
to push the pile the other way."

Tn a spirited battle August 18 at
Fletcher High, the Senators
JLbegan their 2006 swim season
with a pair of victories over the
Nease High Panthers.
Fletcher boys won, 186-128,
while the Senators grls team
edged Nease, 163-152. It was the
girls first victory over the
Panthers since the late 1990s.
The girls swim meet started
with the Nease 200 medley relay
team (Kristin Gerkins, Amanda
Santillo, Ashten Crosby and
Kelsie Wenzel) in a time of 2:03.5
edging out the senators girls team
(Ally Babillis, Samantha Blount,
Sarah Montgomery and Kaileigh
Katie Kahlbaugh (Nease) won
the 200 freestyle with a time of
2:13.55, followed by Kristen
Ghandour (Mletcher), then
Brooke Lockerman (Nease).
Senators captain Samantha
Blount won the 200 individual
medley with a time of 2:16.44, as
Gerkexrs (Nease) came in second
and Babillis (Fletcher) was third.
Sarah Montgomery (Fletcher)
won a dose race in the 50

freestyle with a time of 27.16,
with Wenzel (Nease) coming in
second and Morgan Jenkins
iNease) placing third.
In diving, Fletcher girls swept
first through third. Emily Padgett
earned top honors followed by
Emily Jenkins in second and
Victoria Oakelyin third.
F or Fletcher head football
1-1 coach Joe Reynolds, win
L number one was more sig-
nificant than win number 100.
Actually, the Senators cele-
brated both with a 26-7 victory
over Englewood Sept. 8 at Jack
Taylor Stadium. Fletcher High.
ended its two-game skid to
improve to 1-2 on the season,
and Reynolds earned the 100th
victory of his coaching career.
"I know this sounds crazy, I
mean, don't get me wrong this
is great," Reynolds said after he
was presented the game ball
Friday night. "But the one win
is more important. The first win
of the season, for this team is
more important."
Particularly pleasing to the
coach was that Fletcher seemed
to do it the old fashioned way:
Run, run, run, and then run
some more.

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Overweight children suffer more joint problems

Have pictures of several dif-
ferent athletes in my office.
Athletes come in all shapes
and sizes, from the diminutive
gymnast to the 400-pound
sumo wrestler.
Seeing the picture of the
sumo wrestler, one of my
patients asked me "Is that
healthy?" to which I immedi-
ately replied that it was not.
Being overweight puts a
tremendous strain not only
your joints, but increases your
risks of heart disease, hyper-
tension, and diabetes.
However, being-ovenrweight
not only affects vour-health
status as an adalft,.but also
leads to additional health
problems. duiffig childhood.
Recent research.'ihdicates
that overweightrchildien
appearto have br6ke6'bones
and joint problems .minoe often
than kids of normal weight. '
According to Dr. Susan


S A whatever criticism
might be,heard
about the football
season of,2006, no one can
say it hasn't been interesting.
Right at the top, fans.can
salute the Florida Gators who
could be on the verge of a .
national championship-. Then
there's Nease High,'which
continues to show finesse and
class even without their
heretofore star, Tim Tebow.
It's Tebow who has taken
his talents to the University of
Florida where he serves as
understudy tot starting quar-
terback Chris -Leak and gives
Urban Meyer's following.a
glimpse of what it can expect
beginning next year.
In past years the. saying
around Gainessille-was,
'.Vait'll next vear!" Then, it
meant that surely- things
would get better."
.Now it means, "VWait until
Tebow takes over the quarter-
back job for his very own."
The Tebpg,,bandwagory is as
crbw~ded'asA'v Gator band-
wagon has- ever been. It's
doubtful that old Steve
Spurrier ever commanded
such adulation as Tebow has
- and he's only a freshman.
With the success that Meyer
has.brought to Gaihestilie,
Florida fans can only see
things getting even more
exciting when Tebow logs
some full-time hours behind

.Yanovski, director of the
Obesity and Eating Disorders
Program at the National
Institute of Diabetes, Digestive
and-Kidney Diseases, "Kids
. whioare overweight are
. already having problems with
their mobility, fractures, and
joint pain."

Most of the Gators' enemies
are already., going down.
Despite IVednesday night's
victory in the Emerald Bowl,
Seminoles coach Bobby
Bowden wouldn't call 2006
one of his great seasons'. But
nobody can say Florida State
football was dull. While.
Bowden has had manyy frus-
.,-trating.years at the helm-pof
t:- he Semi noles, but .he's never '
'lad one where his son has
'"ome'under such intense fire
as an assistant coach.
There's irony in the prob-
lem the Seminoles have had
at quarterback. For years
Florida had problems deciding
which signal-caller was best -
pr which one would hurt the
Gators the least. Meanwhile,
Florida State went through
one good one after another.
The.Gators have had some
good quarterbacks, but none
bordering on great.
Yet even' in a losing season
Bowden's team has been inter-
esting. This'down season
won't carry over into next
year. Uncle Bobby will bring
them back . . . or so he vows.
.l.was pretty good year for ,
..le Jacksonville Suns. They '
fell just short of their bid for
another Southern League pen-
nant, but set a new atten-
dance record. The owners,
Peter Bragan, Sr. and son,
along with' parent.club. the
Los .Angeles Dodgers, were
able to put colorful players on
the field. No matter how '
many stand-outs were called
up to the majors, the Dodgers
sent back some fine.replace-

In a studyled by her hus-
band, obesity researcher Dr.
Jack Yanovski, it was found
that children and teens who
were overweight were far more
likely, to have had a fracture
than their ideal-weight peers.
In fact, 13 percent of over-
weight kids had had at least
one broken bone at some
point in their lives, compared
with less than four percent of
ideal-weight children.
It,was also noted that it was
especially common for obese
children to have knee pain
and restricted movement. The
problem of obesity then
becomes a -icious cycle.
- The child is overweight,
which leads to pain. It then
becomes difficult to exercise,
which leads to inactivity and
increased weight; which leads
to more joint pains, and so
on. In addition, reduced phys-
ical.activity,.also leads to the
bones not forming as strongly

as they could, which increases
the risk for fractures.
Furthermore, if an over-
weight child happens to take a
tumble, there is simply more
weight coming down on a rel-
atively softened skeleton, and
the bone may not be able to
take the stress, and thus it
Overweight children also
had more bone and hip joint
abnormalities, which can lead
to permanent deformities.
One such condition is called
"slipped capital femoral epiph-
vsis" in which the hip joint
becomes either slowly or
acutely deformed in part from
the excess weight. Surgery is
necessary when this condition
According to the American
Heart Association, you can
help treat and prevent obesity
through a.combination of
exercise and diet. They recom-
mend "maintaining an appro-

Fhct c. ,jF eB A D- rIAGELO
University of Florida freshman quarterback Tim Tebow (15) picks
up yardage against Georgia when the teams renewed their rival-
ry Ocl ja8 ,.Illte Stadipmr rthe Gators(,(12-.1, feated -: '
Arkansas to with the SEC championship and find themselves in
the BCS national title game Jan. 8 where they'll face an unde-
feated Ohio State squad.
,1 ,'

.. There were losses during.the
year,' but memories of those
who passed will remind us of
their contributions. Irking
Alsobiook, an important
member of the Recreation,
Department, left us-in

October and will be missed by
all who knew him.
Charles Catlett, father of
the Gator Bowl guiding hand,
Rick, was a frequent visitor
from nearby and always a
supporter of both the Gator
Bowl and Jacksonville.

-priate body weight" and to
"focus on small but perma-
nent changes in eating" which
appear to work better than a
series of short-term changes
that can't be sustained.
Among the Association's
recommendations, reducing
caloric intake is the easiest
change, for highly restrictive
diets that forbid favorite foods
are likely to fail
Parental involvement in
modifying overweight chil-
dren's behavior is important.
and parents should practice
what they preach, for parents
who model healthy eating and
activity can positively influ-
ence their children's health.

This column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports, med-
icine. and sffwn'. It. is not intend-
e'd to sen'e as a replacement for
treatment In vour reu llar doctor.
It -is onli designed to offer guide-
lines on the prei mention . recoyni-

tion, and care of injuries and ill-
ness. Specific concerns should be
discussed with 'our phlisician.
Mail your questions to Gregon'
Smith, AiD - Sportsmedicine,
1250 S. 18th Street. Suite 204,
Fernandina Beach. FI 32034.

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- Registration for spring base-
ball and T-ball is taking place
now through Jan. 19 online at
pvaabaseball.com or.at Play It
Again Sports. There will also be
in-person registration Jan. 13
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and
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There is a bowling league for
seniors 55 and up at Beach
Bowl on Beach Boulevard.
Competition in the Monday
league begins at 1 p.m., with
practice starting at 12:45 p.m.
Call Paula at 249-9849 for

Flag Football
Flag Football for kids ages 5-
17 is about to start. Winter sea-
son leagues, which will run
from December through
February, have been formed
throughout the First Coast area,
including at the University of
North Florida, Ponte Vedra
Beach, Mandarin and Orange
Park. For information, visit
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(904) 992-4263.

Girls on the Run
Registration is now open for
Girls on the Run of N.E.
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for girls that combines
running and training for a 5K
(3.1 miles) run/walk, along
with healthy living education
and lifelessons. Spring pro-
grams take place at various
locations throughout Ponte
Vedra Beach, Atlantic Beach
and Neptune Beach..Volunteer-
coaches are also needed to
work with a team of girls. For
more information phone 321-,
S4315 or visit

Pheo -u'irrinliEd
The Fletcher Middle School girls volleyball team went 12-0 and won the Eastern Division of Duval
County Middle Schools, winning two matches each against Arlington, Fort Caroline, Kernan,
Landmark, Oceanway and Mayport Middle Schools. Front row, from left: Megan Bryant (manag-
er),Taylor Harbison, Hayley Chandler, Mykah Nevin, Andi Stevens. Middle row: Kenzie
Schuppert, Carly Brantley, Erin Holston, Alexis Bell, Ashley Collier, Grace McKay, Maranda Lyon
(manager). Back row* Coach Nevin, Natalie Britt, Blair Geissmann, Marlee Harris, Megan
Godwin, Rebecca Pettit, Coach McGiveron.


The Ponte Vedra Lacrosse
girls program will conduct reg-
istrations from 2 p.m. until 5
p.m. on Jan. 7 at the Landrum
fields. A free clinic will be
given that day from 2p.'m. .
until 4 p.m. Signups can be
accomplished by e-mailing
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season will run from Feb. 25
, thropigh May 6. The cost is
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individuals must register early
because space is limited. Call
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Registration for the Ponte
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Clockwise, from top left: Nease QB Ted Stachitas, right,
absorbs a hit during a preseason scrimmage. During August's
lifeguard competition, Bryon Iveson, left, and Ross Giotto battle
for the final beach flag. Terry Mashour is a study in concentra-
tion as she sets the ball during July's beach volleyball event.
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the final round of The Players Championship last March. A
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YEAR: Four seasons of sports highlights

Continued from page A-8
T| e Panthers girls golf team
Stopped Flagler Palm Coast
S by two strokes Oct. 13 to
win second-place honors in the
Region 2-2A championship and
earn a berth in the state finals.
in the day-long regional tour-
nament played at the
Jacksonville Beach Golf Club,
Nease edged Flagler Palm Coast
325-327 in the nine-team event
to finish second to Lake Mary,
which shot a combined 318 to
win the crown.
Sophomore Brighid Hourihan
led the Panthers with a 3-over
par 75. Nease No. I golfer
Catherine O'Donnell shot a 77.

fl| e Fletcher High boys golf
team earned a berth in the
Class 2A state tournament
with its second-place finish in the
Oct. 17 regional event.
Senators anchor man Major
Forbess sank a five-foot par putt
on the 18th hole at Killeam Golf
and Country Club in Tallahassee
to put Hletcher in the state final. It
was a familiar position for both
the team and Forbess, who last
year drained an 18-foot birdie
putt on the same hole to lift the
Senators in the Region 1-2A boys
Once Fletcher posted its total of
307, team members and head
coach Ed Lange had to wait for
Fernandina Beach, Tallahassee
Chiles and Tallahassee Leon to fin-
ish to see if the score would be
bettered. Only Leon managed to
unseat the Senators.
W th an attitude of,
'Once we're in the
final four anything
can happen,' the Nease High
girls\ volleyball team advanced
to the state semifinal round
with a four-game victory over
Groveland South Lake Nov. 2.
The Panthers downed the vis-
Iting Eagles, 25-18, 25-21, 26-
28, 25-17', to win the Class 4A
Region 3-4A final.
Nease's final point, an
emphatic kill by junior outside
hitter Paige DePriest, touched
off an exuberarit celebration as
the team equalled its furthest
voyage into the postseason.
"It still hasn't hit me that we
actually w'on yet," said senior
middle blocker Laura Phillips.
"It's surreal. It's awesome. We're

all stoked that we set this as a
goal and we achieved it."

A fter,his team went up 21-
/- 17 late i..the fourth quar-
A Ate4, of the Class 4A state
championship game at Dolphin
Stadium Dec. 9, Nease High
football coach Craig Howard
was an emotional wreck.
Time, not Tampa Plant and
its record-setting quarterback,
Robert Marve, was Howard's
worst enemy down the stretch,
and he knew it.
"You have just scored what
you think may be the go-ahead
touchdown and you're looking
at the clock and it doesn't seem
to be going fast enough,"
Howard reflected Saturday after
his top-ranked team fell to
Plant 25-21 in the title game.
"Your stomach is in a knot,
[penalty] flags are flying around
and they [Plant] have an
offense that can score and
enough time to do it.
"They're one play away from
winning it and we're one play
away from stopping it."
Nease couldn't make that
defining stop. -
Marve, who eclipsed three
state passing records during the
game, made a perfect throw to
teammate Derek Winter for the
winning score with 17 seconds
to play to snap Nease's 23-game
winning streak and lift Plant to
its first state title in school his-
No. 1 Nease, the defending
state champion, finished 14-1.
"Marve and his receiving
corps were really sharp," added

Howard, whose team led all
Jacksonville-area public schools
in total offense this season.
"He got it done and we have
to take our hats off to him. But
even after they scored, we had a
chance to win it. What gets lost
in the shuffle is that we lost the
state championship game after
a brilliant performance."
Nease rallied from a 17-0
deficit to lead 21-17 with 3:02
* After Plant (15-0) retook the
lead 25-21 on a 12-play, 78-yard
scoring drive that included a 2-
point conversion pass, Nease
had 17 seconds left to write an
alternate ending to a storybook
season that included a school-
record 14 wins.
The script featured a Cal-
Stanford-like kickoff return to
the Plant 23. But needing a
touchdown to win, Howard
knew his quarterback would
have to buy some time in the
pocket before his receivers got
open in the end zone.
Plant linebacker Patrick Carter
would have none of that.
The junior sacked Nease
quarterback Ted Stachitas for a
4-yard loss as time expired.
"There's three seconds left
and they put a blitz on and we
never get the play off," Howard
said Saturday as he waited to
board the team bus home.
"\We just wanted to get
receivers in the end zone and if
the pass was incomplete, well at
least we tned. I'm real proud of
our kids. They showed charac-
ter fighting back the way they

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Decepmber 29-.2006'


Cummer opens 'Temples and Tombs'


Chore list for

'next 2 months
N ow that another year
of gardening is
behind us, it's never
too soon to prepare for next
year. Here are .some tips for
the next two months to
start off the New Year on the"
right foot.
Possible cold snaps;
North Florida dormancy.
,. 1. Plant balled and
burlapped trees and large
shrubs; remove wrapping
and keep well-watered on a
daily basis:. '
. Water slowly at soil level
for an hour or so at each
watering. '
The hole needs to be twice
as wide as the football, but
no deeper, refilling 'the hole
with the same dirt that
came out of it. Add amend-
ments on top of the soil to
leach through.
.Transplant any shrub or
tree now.
2. Water 24 to 48 hours
before a freeZe Warfiing.
'Water after the freeze, but
never during it. .
;' 3. Lawns are growing even
though they may appear
dead. Water once a week so
the lawrns refeive',l/2-to 3/4
inch,'per watering. . -
4. Plant tulips, narcissus
and other common spriiig-
time bulbs that have been
refrigerated for 45 to 60
days. Annuals that can be
planted now include pan-
sies, snapdragons, petunias,
flowering cabbage and kale,
delphiniums and larkspur.
5. Start veggie seeds (pep-
pers and tomatoes) indoors
for transplanting to the gar-
den in March: broccoli, cab-
bage, cauliflower, carrots,
-celery, mustard, onions,
radishes, and turnips.
, 6. Prune dormant fruit
trees, berries and roses. Do
not paint the pruning
7. No fertilizing of any
kind should be done this
month. Spray a dormant oil
spray for scale insects on
evergreen shrubs if they are
8. Be careful of scorpions
hiding in the firewood pile.
Always wear. gloves when
handling wood or bark.
1. Finish all transplanting
by mid-February.
2. Finish all pruning of
roses and all dormant plants
such as crape myrtles..
Cut back dead growth
due to winterkill on all
plants. Call the
Cooperative Extension for
help on pruning grapes.
3. Fertilize fruit trees,
ornamental shrubs (except
spring flowering ones like
azaleas and spirea) and
young trees. On fruit trees,
use 6-6-6 or,8-8-8 or one
,specially designed for the
type of tree.
4. Always broadcast the
product under the entire
canopy of the plant and
water it in. Keep weed killers
away from these plants.
5. Prepare the spi-ing.veg-
gie and flower beds by till-
ing the dirt two weeks prior
to planting. Add compost,
leaves and manure at this
6. Aerate the lawn if nec-
essary with a hollow core
7. Plant beets, broccoli,
cauliflower, carrots, cabbage,
collards, lettuces and celery.
Flowers to plant now
include some transitional
ones: calendula, carnations,
dusty miller, marguerite
daisy, and statice.
8. Apply a pre-emergent
herbicide if sandspurs and
crabgrass were a lawn prob-
lem least year.

T he intrigue of
Egyptian culture
and history come
to Jacksonville in
an exhibit at the
Cummer Museum of Art &
"Temples and Tombs:
Treasures of Egyptian Art
.from the British Museum"
highlights 85 masterworks
from the British Mdseum in
London, and provides
insight Irito an ancient cul-
ture rich in custom, supersti-.
tion and history.
The exhibit, which opened
Dec. 22 and continues
through March 18, is one of
the largest the Cummer has
ever held and is one of its
most grand.
,"The Cumnmer is.making
history,.".'Museum Director
Maarten van de Guchte said
Dec. 21, during a sneak pre-
view of the exhibit for media
As two retracting doors
.opened to unveil the exhibit,
adding a dramatic flair, your
eyes immediately fall on a
4,Q00-pound red granite
sculpture of a majestic lion
dating from 1352 B.C.
"The lion embodies the
power of pharaoh," Dr. Neal �
Spencer, the assistant curator
lithe Department of
Ancient Egypt and Sudan at
The,'Bfitish Museum, told
niemibers'of the media.
. Spencer said that the Lion
of Amenrhotep 11, acquired
by the British Museum in
1835, is the largest object
that has, ever been sent away
from the museum. '
' Thehmdtiseum's collection
spans four dynasties of
Egyptian life and exemplifies
w.. ; asostjmportant in

For example, the Egyptians
believed that when you die,
your soul resides"in a statue,
Spencer said.
The statues were, sculpted
to. depict an idealized version
of what the person would
look like to better prepare
them for the afterlife. They
lso believed that if you
wanted to destroy someone's
legacy, you could remove a
vital part of the statue, such
as the.nose or mouth,
Spencer said.
Many of the artifacts were
placed by temples or in
tombs and held religious
meaning. Jewelry served as
more than decoration, for
instance. Many pieces were
amtilets for protection,

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"Pectoral Plaque Amenemhat IV Before Atum," which is made of gold and datesot6-i79 B.C., is one of 85 Egyptiarfantiquities f"
the "Temples and Tombs" exhibit.

according to Spencer.
Since the afterlife played
such a key role in their cul-
ture, the Egyptians provided
the tools you used in the
present to carry you through
the afterlife. A scribe would
be buried with writing tools
and anything else he may
need in his afterlife.
"These were sacred
objectss" Spencer added.
Spells were also provided
in the book of the dead,
which has some of its
papyrus pages on display in
the exhibit, to navigate
through the afterlife, which
was full of monsters, croco-

diles and evil, according to
In keeping, with the theme
of Egyptian custom and cul-
ture, students from several
Beaches schools were educat-
ed on the subject and pro-
duced art work to replicate
Egyptian drawings and sculp-
tures, which is also on dis-
play in the museum.
Their work is part of an
outreach program, Future
Artists of the Beaches (FAB)
Fest, that the museum spon-"
sors every year to encourage
elementary students to
appreciate the value of art
and get them involved,

Stiller fails to follow Allen's footsteps

n last week's
"Entertainment Weekly,"
critic Lisa Schwarzbaum
said of. so-called "harmless"
kids' movies, "Why should
youthful eyeballs be forced
td tolerate anything ours
Her comment repeatedly
came to mind as I watched
"Night at the Museum," a
slam-bang comedy that
explains its every gag for the
benefit of any audience
member who can't be both-
ered to follow its pedestrian
The movie's first few
scenes are bald exposition to
establish the character of
Larry Daley, played by Ben
Stiller in his. usual manners
of urban-neurotic tics and
utter cluelessness. Larry is a
divorcee who can't hold a
steady job and is slowly
alienating his young son.
This characterization is laid
out in several scenes that
are so forlorn as not to gar-
ner a single laugh.
In a last-ditch effort, Larry
takes a dead end job as a
security guard at a natural-
history museum. The retir-
ing guard (Dick Van Dyke,
who hasn't had a decent
movie' role in at least 30
years) gives Larry some cryp-
tic warnings about the
museum's nightly goings-
The meaning of those
warnings becomes painfully
clear when the museum's
varied still-life figures

(dinosaurs, lions, etc.) come
to life at sundown. The spe-
cial effects are realistic
enough and should evoke
some kind of laughter or
benign terror. But the whole
setting is presently so lack-
adaisically that, after Ben
Stiller skitters around cor-
ners a few times, one is
tempted not to laugh but to
Many of the'human fig-
ures come to.life, too. But
their scenes resemble any
episode of "Bewitched"
where Samantha accidental-
ly zaps a bland historical fig-
ure into the 20th century.
Robin Williams is positively
strait-jacketed in his role as
Teddy Roosevelt. He's so
constrained by his stiff cos-
tume and forced smile that
you barely recognize him.
And Stiller crony Owen
Wilson does more of his
cute-beatnik routine, only
here he's trying to embody
an Old West cowboy (in a
role lifted straight from
"The Indian in the

Cupboard," a far superior
family film.
As with most recent come-
dies directed by Shawn Levy
("Cheaper by the Dozen,"
"The Pink Panther"), the
characters don't begin to be
plausible, even on the
movie's own farcical terms.
Character traits pop up long
enough to be milked for
gags; then they're forgotten
once the movie rushes to its
frantic climax.
The supporting cast look's
lost. A lot of heavy hitters
("The Office's" Ricky
Gervais, "Spy Kids" mom
Carla Guginol are brought
in to stand around and be
half-written characters in
service to the star.
And what is it about Ben
Stiller, anyway? People seem
to regard him as some kind
of comic genius, but all I see
is a man trying to follow in
the footprints that Woody
Allen left behind him long
One wants to extend some
goodwill to "Night at the
Museum," because some
obvious effort was put into
it, and heaven only knows
how the special effects all
came together. But as with
most latter-day comedies,
Hollywood always puts the
story in service of'the
effects, rather than vice
"Night at the Museum" is
rated PG for minor adult
language, and mildly scary
scenes of peril.

according to Hope McNMath,
director dijducation.
This year, the theme tied
inrito the Egyptian exhibit.
Museum Educator Rebecca
Hickey went to 10 Beaches
schools and taught them
about Egyptian culture and
then provided them with the
materials to make relief
sculptures and portraitures.
The students were instruct-
ed to use symbolism .
throughout their work, espe-
cially personal symbols,
because symbolism was
prevalent in most aspects of
Egyptian culture.
Their work' will be recog-

nized on Jan. 21 from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m. for a special family
day, where family, friends,
teachers and principals are
invited to view the students'
Admission to "Temples and
Tombs" is $8 for adults, $5
for seniors, military and stu-
dents. Children 5 and under
are free.
The Cummer is located at
829 Riverside Ave. Hours are
10 a.m to 9 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays and 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Wednesday,
Friday, and Saturdays. The
museum is also open from
noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Pholo submitted
Auditions are Saturday, Jan. 13, at Jacksonville University.

Singers wanted for chorus

The Jacksonville Symphony
Chorus is enlisting new
singers for the 2007 concert
Auditions will be held on
Saturday, Jan. 13, beginning
at 3:30 p.m. at Jacksonville
University in the Phillips Fine
Arts Building.
Upcoming Jacksonville
Symphony Chorus perform-
ances include Rossini's The
Barber of Seville (Feb. 24),
Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass
(March 9) and Mahler's
Resurrection Symphony
(April 19-21). This month the
chorus was featured in the
JSO's Home for the Holidays

concerts Dec. 15-17.
Directed by Dr. Jon 0.
Carlson, the all-volunteer JSO
chorus is comprised of singers
from throughout the commu-
nity who share the spirit of
singing great choral music.
Last season, the chorus per-
formed and recorded Carl
Orff's Carmina Burana with
the JSO, which is now avail-
able on CD at the Jacksonville
Symphony box office.
Singers interested in audi-
tioning should call 354-5479,
ext. 221, or inquire online at
for audition information and
to schedule an audition

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HEROES" opens today and runs through
Feb. 4 at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre,
12000 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville. Doors
open at 6 p.m. for evening shows.
Matinees are held at 11 a.m. on Saturday
and noon on Sunday. Admission ranges
from $39 to $46 for dinner and show. Call
641-1212 for information.
Players by the Sea presents the musical
"New Year's Eve at the Pelican Club" at

8:30 p.m. Sunday at the theater, lu6 6th
Street N., Jacksonville Beach. A party with
hors d'oeuvres, dessert, dancing, beer and
wine is held after the show. l tickets are $50
in advance. Call 2-49-0289 for informa-

The musical comedy presents an
extended runb from ian. 3 through Jan. 2-
in the Terry Theater at the Times-Linion
Center for the Performing Aits, 300 \V.
Water St., Jacksonville. Times and ticket

prices vary. Call 632-3373 for specific
show times and ticket information.

* "TOG OUT; YOU'RE ON!" a one-man
show by Derek Coghlan is comprised of
eight monologues, almost all of which
draw on Coghlan's experiences growing
up in rural Ireland. The show runs at 8
p.m. [an 5 and 6 at Players by the Sea
Community Theatre, 106 6th St. N.,
Jacksonaille Beach. Tickets are $12 and
can be purchased in advance by calling

242- 2894 Hrs. 11 - 4 Mon, 10 - 7Tues-Sat
SAll food is imported
* Prosciutto di Parma
* Parmigiano Reggiano
* Hamon Serano
* 14 Different Panitoni
* Gift Baskets
Large Assortment of Holiday Sweets
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228 3rd Ave. N., Jacksonville
Beach. * 339-0029. Hours f
.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday-
, ARd-HVWA" '- LLERY &
FRAMING, 228 3rd Ave. N.,
lacksonville Beach. 249-2222.
GALLERY, 510 NMayport Road,
Studio No. 9, Atlantic Beach. *
247-8337. Premiere exhibit of
original work by Jay Shoots,
Linda Broadfoot, Missionar\-
Mary Proctor, Ouattara, and
others. Weekly display of
work by children participating
in ArtLife Summer Arts Camp.
Admission ftee. Visit artlife-
GALLERY, 1250 Beach Blvd.,
Beach Plaza, Jacksonville
Beach. Gallery hours are 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to
Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday. Phone 247-4341.
Ave., Jacksonville Beach *
241-5657. Exhibits: "Shore
Stories: Down the Boardwalk"
* "The ABCs of Beaches
History" * "A View on the
Past." Hours are 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday. Admission $5 adults,
$4 seniors, $3 children (6-17).
Palm Valley Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach * 285-8225.
Features themed original art
shows using mixed media.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday to Friday and 9 a.m.
to noon Sunday.
GALLERY at 1514 N. Third St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Hours 10
a.m.- to 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 10 a.m.
until 4 on Saturday. Call 249-
PONTE VEDRA, 50 Executive
Way, .Ponte Vedra Beach *
280-0614. ".
Riverside Ave., Jacksonville *
356-6857. . . .
Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.nm.l
Tuesday through Thursday,' 10
a.m. to 5 p.m,. Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday, noon to,
5 p.m., Sunday. Admission is
$8 'for adults, $5 for seniors,
military, and students, free for
kids. 6 and under. Free admis-
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2405 3rd St. S. Jacksonville
Beach * 247-3750. Hours 10
a.m., to 6 p.m. Monday
through Saturday,

SAWGRASS, 1740 Sawgrass
Village Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach
* 384-7724. Hours 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday through Friday.
216 First St., Neptune Beach *
241-6928. Works by local and
regional artists. Monday
through Wednesday, 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m.; Thursday and
Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m:
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
Call 241-6928.
2411 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Tuesday\ through
Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 11
a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Call
1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-7321., Selling handmade
work from Ireland, England
and U.S. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
Nlonday-Saturday, noon to 5
p.m. Sunday.
177 Fourth Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 435-
3200. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and 1
p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Also
by appointment. Pieces are
available for purchase.
Museum Circle, Jacksonville.
MOSH features planetarium
events and special children's
activities. 396-7062.
630 Atlantic Blvd., Neptune
Beach * Hours 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Wednesday through
Sunday. 403-0031.
* OCEAN 60, 60 Ocean
Blvd., Atlantic Beach * 247-
A1A N., Ponte Vedra Beach *
273-6065. Gallery for collec-
tors of fine art. Hours are 11
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
.through Friday, 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday.
GALLERY, 1266 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach * 261-
FEE SHOP, 235 8th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. 247-6869
open seven days a week.
Featuring Christina Norris tra-
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tography and Michael Bell
monotype,drypaint. mez-
zatint, and mixed media
GALLERY. * ;249-0432.
Maritime painter devoted to
recreating seafaring history in
oil ,paintings. Lighthouses,
steamboats and sailing ships
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photo submitted
"The Kneeling Figure of Nekhthorheb" is one of 85 works in the
new Cummer Museum exhibit 'Temples and Tombs: Treasues
of Egyptian Art from the British Museum." The quartzite statue
dates from 589 B.C. The exhibit, which opened Dec. 22, runs
through March 18. See story B-1.

fora greMye~.

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Area galleries grew in number, quality in 2006

A s this year ends we can JMOCA members in advance.
look back with pride at Call 366-6911 to order.
what our art community * *
has achieved and look forward FOCUS Cummer will pres-
to the promise of even better ent "Adventures in Art - A
'things to come. New Poetry, Music and Art
Our museums have given us , Experience," with Carolee
blockbuster exhibits, and our Bertisch, Dr. Gersen Yesson
local galleries have grown in and Barbara Sar-is" at 2 p.m.
number as well as quality of on Jan. 3-at the Ponte Vedra
art. .- . Beach Library. This program
Art in public places has is free and open to the public.
increased gracing our airport, . The Center at Ponte Vedra
parks and Riverwalk. ALICE will have a New Year's Noon
Art funding has remained GARTLAND Balloon Drop Party tomorrow,
level, thanks to our Cultural ART SCENE Saturday, Dec. 30, for all ages.
Council of Greater . Bring the entire family,
Jacksonville, which supports .friends and neighbors to a
theaters, galleries, symphony e move from the ancient kid's countdown to the New
and museums. The Cummer to the modernord of art. Year extravaganza. Snacks,
Museum of Art & Gardens George Kinghorn, director of prizes an ar actities for
opened an exhibit this past the Museum of Contemporary children will be included in
iveek, "Temples and Tombs: Art, formerly the MUseum-of this festive event. Free admis--
reasures of Egyptian Art from Mode Art, explained that son. The Center is at 50
the British Museum." Not contemporary art places the Executive Wavy Ponte Vedra
6ne can we enjoy viewmng beginning of contemporary art Beach.
these ancient artifacts, but we at 1945 and incorporates new Call 2890-0614. The next art
can attend talks and classes to forms.of media. exhibit to open at thi Center
earn about thisiancient civi- The name change was will be "In the Midst of It,";
ization. . appropriate since 92 percent mixed media works by Mary
On Wednesday and of the museum's collection is Prpctor, which will open Jan.
Thursday, Jan. 17 and 18, at comprised of works created 12 with a reception from 5 to
1:30 p~m. members and non- from 1960 to the present. 8 p.m.
1:30i pm. members and non- We can learn about contem- 8 p-.. ...
members can attend seated- e. .
aller't porary art with art. education . On 'ednesday,,Jan. 17,the .
refreshlmerts. classes at the-museum begin- Ritz Chamibers Players will:
i ,Prei-eistration is required, ning in January. . present "in Remembrange of
anrid there will be a $10 fee for A one-day camp' for children the Dream," honoring
these talks Monday, Jan 15, ages 5 to 12 will be held on Johnetta B. Cole," at 7:30 p.m.
hildren-can celebrate a Jan. 6. Regular Saturday class at Jacoby Symphdny Hall in ,
schoolioliday from 9 a.m. to. for children sil beginan the Times-Union Center for
p. B. ten A ay 1 3rseven weeks. Adult the Performing Arts. Reserve
att~nding^"A Day classes and'teens will be held o tickets by calling 354-
riig a ni ag unch.an enoy every Wednesday beginning 5547.
Brgia bag unchand en~py. Jan: 17. Call 366-6911, ext.
celebrating the culture of an. 17. Call , ext. *
andcidnEgypt-; For these and "' , . , University Galleir at the,.
other-activities call 355-0630-;- ',:, . .y in - f University 6f North Florida
T fian hibit >-* . Mark your calendar for the, i ill open an exhibit on Jan.
incld .eig hty-five objects, ' r. est Ja- is nvl ar' nl 11, "An I tternational
some of which are more than , 'Th...d . 8. a , J Om.. Printmakers Exchange."
4000 years old. They span four 8:30 p.m.atJ iCA ri. This exhibit includes selec-
nasties of ancient E t. cockts and fiends. tickets tions from sLx thematically
Cocktails and fends, Tickets driven portfolios produced by
are $25 in advance; $20 for

an international group of
It will be curated by Emily
Arthur Douglass, LUNF instruc-
tor of printmaking. A recep-
tion will be held from 5 to 7
p.m. on Jan. 11. Gallery hours
are Monday, Wednesdy and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m, Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Call 620-2534.
* * *
TheJ. Johnson Gallery,
which has been closed for the
holidays, will reopen on
Wednesday, Jan. 3. The
gallery is at 177 4th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 435-
* * *
The 2007 Florida "State of
the Arts" License Plate Grant .
Program grant guidelines and
applications are now available
on the Cultural Council's web-.
, site at
www.culturalcouricil.org or
call 358-3600 to receive a
copy. The,'deadline is Friday,
Feb. 16,200'7.
.. * * *
The Wall Art Gallery will
open a new exhibit, "BetwPen =
Landscap'es,"'on Jan. 11 with a
reception from 6,to 8 p.m.
The, exhibition features the
works of painters Pat Walsh
and Ellen Rand. It will be in
the. gallery through March 11.
Debuting'Jan.'-, Wail-Art
Gallery presents its' new 'col-
lection of limited edition
prints and sculpture, includ- -
ing works by Robert
Rauchenberg, Alex Katz, James,,
Rosenquist and Kiki Smith..
The Wall Gallery is at 122 8th
St. S., Fernandina Beach. Call.
491-6303.: '
* * **
The South Gallery of Florida
Community College at

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An example of portraiture by a Future Artists of the Beaches
(FAB) student is part of a cameo exhibition at the Cummer
Museum of-Art & Gardens. The exhibit runs through Jan. 29.

Jacksonville will' open a new pm.
exhibit, "Figure," works by The exhibit will run
Yvonne Petkus and Chad through Feb. 9. Call 646-2023
Await, on Thursday, Jan. 11 for information.
with a reception from 6 to 8 Happy New Year!

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"The Black Dahlia" - In this
underrated fictional version of
a famous L.A. murder case,
Josh Hartnett and Aaron
Eckhart play detectives in a
love triangle with a sultry
femme fatale (Scarlett
"The Last Kiss" - "Scrubs"'

Zach Braff plays a "30-some-
thing" who worries about
falling into domestic pre-
dictability when his girlfriend
becomes pregnant.
"The Simple Life 4" -
.Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton
compete to see which of them
would make a better house-.
wife. I opt for "Neither of the

Fern Arable (Dakota Fanning) rescues Wilbur the pig from being sacrificed as the runt of the litter in the ,live-action adaptation of
"Charlotte's. Web." Julia Roberts is the voice of Charlotte.

2006'. top 10 hope-providing events

I'm well-known as a cur- , Plane" grossed only $34 mil-
mudgeon, but every so. lion. Turns out the public was
often, something happens just as sick of those bleepin'
in the entertainment world . snakes as Sam Jackson was.
that pleasantly surprises me., 5. Once a multi-media irri-
Sometimes it's a -hopelgss-' tant, Britney Spears is now
looking movie that :turns-b out . reduced to going out in public
to be a geOWther'times,.it's'' " ' . ....sans panties just to get press
an egotistit celebritvygettiig , . coverage. Perhaps the day is
his pr her' comeuppance, ' ... near when her public persona
They're not alwayshuge . ' will be as invisible as her
epiphanies, but often enough, ,S VE underwear.
they reassure me that show . 6. The'recent black eyes.
biz hasn't completely suc-' .. " BAILEY - sported by ABC's "The View":
cumbed to the-lowest com- ' REVIEWER Danny DeVito's drunken rant,
mon denominator. oHere, then,. "'lgs of Our, Fatheis....Qeof Rqsie O'Don.nell defaing
. me^ e Fh'gathe greatest antiWar films. ,,, J,. . P .. .
' hope in the passing year. , ever made,, diiededby a 76 'e opao ot China. This
1. Conaii'Q'Brien's [pot-on '.year-old. T6ll me again why is what happens when a
"Music Man -parody on the we iave 'an enforced retire, major network wastes an hour
annual :Emmy Awards. Close . mentage , . on a glorified coffee-klatsch.
second: His ongong g televised . 3. "Rockv Balboa." It took 7. The fall-out from "Borat."
threat to kill t(in-6n-the-joke) -him five sequels, but Sylvester The aftermath of embarrassing
Bob Newhart if the awards ' Sta'irie finally got it right. real people in an offensive
show ran long. * 4. Des.e monthss of movie comedy: The people
2. Clint Eastwood's-movie, of interne .'yie'"Snakes. on a come back and sue the

moviemakers. ,
8. "Brotherhood." This
Showtime series 'looked like a
"Sopranos" knock-off but
quickly came into its own. I'd
take any single episode from
this show over Scorsese's "The
Departed" any day.
9. Jessica Simpson finally
gets her lack of talent thrown
in her face. Appearing at a
Kennedy Center tribute to
Dolly Part6n, the buxonm non-
star flubbed the words to
Parton's song "9 to 5" and was
treated to an audience sitting
on 1Ieir anqs. ,,
'"She fled tf: si lag'AWkd i
to be edited out of the trib-
ute's TV special.
10. "Love," the surprisingly
triumphant new album from
The Beatles. John Lennon and
George Harrison long ago
passed on, and they still had a
better year than I had.

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Wels classicc ,'"Things 'to Come- out on D VD

H 1 .G. Wells Merely'.
mentiornirg.the name
brings to mind "The'
Time Machine," "War of the
Worlds" and.many more ,...
classical science fict ion
works. ' "
A champion of liberal,
social causes, in 1933, he
published an essay called
"The Shape of Thingsto ,.:
Come." Juststhree years later,
his dark vision was turned
into "Things to Come," a
flicklas far ahead of its time
as the German silent classic,
"Metropolis." . .
Along with numerous . .
other works, Legend Films'
(www.legendfilms.net) has ,
colorized a fading print of
"Things to Come," an act
the firm apparently believes
will boost such movies'
Though the film's worth
saving, it's the message his

work conveys that's impor-
tant. "
Even Ray Harryhausen, the
monster miaker in flicks,such
as."Jasoh and the .
Argonauts," has thrown, his
skills behind Legend's work.
Although riuch of this
film's special effects work is
almost laughable," its VWells"
ideas that are being show- .
He grew to manhood in a
world where groups such as.
the Fabians (an apparent off-
shoot of Ludditism) actually'
fought police in an effort to'
stop scientific progress.
Much of this is alluded to in
film, giving today's.citizens a
rarely seen perspective..
"Things to Come" stars
Raymond Massey ("Arsenic
and Old Lace"), but in many
ways, the flick won't please
movie buffs.
The colorizatibn appaient-
Iv didn't take well in this
unrated, 100-minute film; its

soundtrack is audibly flawed.
Still, this prescient epic of
endless war, pestilence, vigi-
lantism, dictatorship and
hope is both well done and
worth'viewing. .
In brief, war breaks out in
1940 among the world's
major powers. The already"
frayed fabric of civilization
unravels in showers of
bombs, poison gas and dis-
Finally, by 2036, things
begin returning to "normal."
Not everyone wants this; the
world is fragmented into
small city-states.,
Massey, a member of an
idealistic group dubbed
Wings Over the World,
becomes an emissary of
He's immediately impris-
oned by' "Boss" Ralph
Richardson. His wife,
Margaretta Scott, favors a
different approach.
Without revealing the out-

come, viewers of this $30
DVD must' resign themselves
to using imagination. Much
of what you'll see won't
mean squat without it.
Director William Cameron
Menzies ("Gone With the
Wind") apparently inten-
tionally squeezed most char-
acter development out of it.
It's the flick's overall mes-
sage he wants to drive home!
About the only art this film
displays are its luscious art
deco sets.
Like most DVD's, it offers
numerous extras. They' are
surprisingly worthwhile,
especially a segment about
the era's sci-fi toys.
If you're thoughtful and,
for example, enjoyed the
silent German classic,
"Metropolis," this flick's for
The '30s were a different
world, and "Things To
Come" will give you a peak
behind the curtain.


Regal 18
Black Christmas. Rated. R.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:30, 3:15, 7:05,
The Good Shepherd. Ratgd G.
Fri.-Thurs., Noon, 3:30, 7:00,
' " ",' " . �
Night at the Museum. Rated
PG. Fri.-Thurs., 12:05, .12:45,
2:40, 3:40, 5:10, 7:10, 7:40,
t : 9:40, 10:15.
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We Are Marshall. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:10, 4:10, 7:30,

Rocky Balboa. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:20, 12:55, 4:15, 4:45,
. .7:25, 7:50, 10:05, 10:40.
;' . �
Charlotte's Web. Rated G.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:10, 1:25, 2:30,
4:40, 5:05, 7:20, 8:00, 9:55,

Eragon. Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs.,
12:35, 1:05, 3:55, 4:35, 7:10,
7:55, 9:40, 10:15.

The Pursuit of Happyness.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:00,
1:35, 4:00, 4:30, 6:55, 7:45,
9:50, 10:20.
Apocalypto. Rated R. Fri.-
'Thurs., 12:15, 3:50, 7:35, 10:35.
Blood Diamond. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:40, 3:45, 6:50, 10:35.
The Holiday. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:20, 4:20, 7:15,
Unaccompanied Minors.
Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs., 12:50.
The Nativity Story. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:25.

Ex-mercenary Danny Archer (Leonardo DiCaprio) and fisherman
Solomon Vandy (Djimon Hounsou) are joined in a common quest to
recover a rare pink diamond in the action drama "Blood Diamond."

* * *
Casino Royale. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 3:35, 7:05, 10:25.

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Happy Feet. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:15, 4:05, 6:40, 10:00.

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Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
Southbound is in at 9 p.m.
today and Saturday.
Culhane's Irish Pub, 967
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach *
249-9595. Box 543 performs
at 9 p.m. .Dec. 30. The
Retrokats is in at 9 p.m. New
Year's Eve. Call for reservations
for the four-course dinner.
Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub &
Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 242-9499.
something Distant. appears
today and Saturday. Livid and
Mid Life Crisis are in.
Wednesday. Spade McQuade is
in every Sundqy.
Freebird Live, 200 N. First
. St., Jacksonvll4' Beach * 246-
BIRD. JJ Grey and Mofro per-
'form with Gunga Din today,
TRhe Gamble Boys on satur-
day and The Lee Boys for New
Years's Eve. Tickets are $18 for
the first two nights, $28 for
New Year's Eve. Call 246-BIRD
for information.
' Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
First St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181. Roger That performs
today through Sunday from 10,
p.m. to close.
Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 S. 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach * 246-1070. Freeze
. Frame is in at 9 p.m. today.
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Ragtime Tavern, Seafood &W
Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach * 241-7877.
Soqlo is in today. The Ron
Perry Connection performs.
Saturday and New Year's Eve.
Aromas Cigar, Wine &
Martini Bar, 880 A1A N., Ponte
Vedra Beach * 280-2525; Le
Monde Quartet plays Latin
A music Tuesdays., The Jason
, Anderson Group performs,
Levery-Thuraday.Jos e .Be ni-
and The LeMqnde 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
Cap'n Odies, 2200 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach *-a 241-.
8848. Live music, from 9:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. today and
Saturday. Country night, every
Caribee Key, 100 N First St.,
Neptune Beach * 270-8940.
Pili Pill plays reggae, every
Friday and Saturday.
Champs Lounge, Sawgrass
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach * 285-7777.
-Cloud Nine are in today and
Flonn MacCool's Irish. Pub &
Restaurant, 333 1st , St." N.,
Jacksonville Beach * 242-9499.
Cloud Nine is in from 7-10

p.m. followed by Jimmy Solari
every Wednesday. Spade
McQuade plays traditional
Irish music every Thursday.
Meridian plays traditional
Irish music at 4 p.m. Sunday.
Fly's Tie, 177 E,'Sailfish.Dr.,
Atlantic Beach * 246-4293.
Nolan Neal is in Monday.
Songwriter's night with Seth
Ramsdill every Tuesday.
Reggae with Pill Pill every
Wednesday. The Wes Cobb
Band is in Thursdays. Mystic
Dino and the 420 Band are in
Giovanni's, . 1161 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach *
249-7787. Mary Ann Hawkins
plays piano Thursdays. The
Amanda Finch' Jazz Quintet
perfornis today. Pianist 'Matt
Hall appears Saturday.
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Homestead Restaurant, 1712
Beach Blvd.-, Jacksonville
Beach * 249-9660. Kenhe and
Sleepy every Friday. Mike
Shackelford Band appears
Lynch's Irish Pub, 5.14 N.
First St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181. Live music at 10
p.m. today, and Saturday.
Karaoke every Sunday. Little
Green men perform � every
Monday. Spiderbaby is in
every Wednesday. 3 appears
every Thursday.
Mackenzie's Steakhouse, 100
Sawgrass Village, Ponte Vedra
Beach * 543-9143. Gene
Nordan plays piano: Tuesday
through - Thursday. Don
Miniard is in Saturday.
Michael Howard plays Sunday.
Will 'Hurley performs Fridays
and Monday.
Max's Restaurant, 1312
Beach Blvd., 'Jacksonville
Beach .*247-6820. John Evans
plays the piano every Friday
Sand Saturday.
Ocean Club , 401 First Street
.,Nprh, ,'Jacksonville Beach.

every Tuesday. Fifth Souith and
the Glass Camels are in the
Bubba Lounge every
Wednesday. Reggae with Pili
Pilli from 4 to 8 p.m. every
Sawgrass, 43 PGA Tour Blvd,
Ponte Vedra Beach * 285-3133.
Ralph "E" performs top 40's,
blues, oldies and jazz every
Friday and Saturday night.
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.
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
Sun Dog Tavern, 207
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach
* 241-8221. Chuck Nash and
the Zen Twins rotate every

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JJ Grey (left) and Mofro, featuring bassist Daryl Hance (seated), performs this weekend at
Freebird Live. The swamp-funk rock band joins Gunga Din tonight, the Gamble Brothers Saturday
arrd the Lee Boys on Sunday. Tickets are $20 at the door tonight and Saturday and $30 Sunday.
Call 246-2473 for more details.

Wednesday. Chroma 'appears
on the first Thursday of every
* * *
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
2"41-5600. Mar Ann iAWkihs
is ,in Wednesdays. Mike
Shackelford performs Friday.
Kenhe is in from Saturday.
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
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N.
,First. St., Jacksonville Beach.
Karaoke is held at 9:30 p.m.
every Sunday.
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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
Spare Time 'Tavern and
Grille, 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
every Wednesday.

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. DJ Infader spins in
the' Bubba Lounge every
Tuesday. DJ Robert Goodman
spins Top 40 and Old Wave
veiy \Vednesday. ,,I Bkze
inside on' Thursdays. D1' Kevin
Durgin spins old wave and 70's
outside every Thursday and
retro dance every Friday. DJ
Jeremy spins Top 40 and hip
hop inside every Friday. DJs
Mike Bruce and Flaa spin reg-
gae in the tiki bar every
Sunday. Matt Caulder spins
indie every Monday.
Spiare 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. DI Anonymous spins
Wednesday. DJ Marco spins
80's every Thursday. DJ Ibay is
in every friday and Saturday.
Vinoe, 822 A1A N., Ponte.
Vedra Beach * 285-0991. The
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Jacksonville Beach. Guests
include Gunga Din Friday, The
Gamble Bros. on Saturday and
The- Lee Boys on New Year's
Eye. Tickets are $18 for the first
two nights, $28 for the" third
concert. Call 246-BIRD for
information. '
The Beaches rockabilly band
The Kings. of Hell ring in the
New Year Sunday at 8 p.m. at
the Landshark 'Cafe at 1013
Atlantic Blvd. in Atlantic
Beach. Cost is.$10 at the door.
Call 246-6024 for information.
Hard rock players
Sackajaweeda return to the
scene with a show Saturday at
the Landshark Cafe at 1013
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The Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra will be in concert
Jan'. 4-6 performing-
:Beethoven's Piano Concerto
No. 5, Emperor, -one of. the
most popular piano concertos
of all time.
The JSO will be joined by Sa
Chen, first recipient of the
Crystal Award at the Twelfth
Van Cliburn International
Piano Competition. Chen is
.considered as one of the lead-
ing Chinese pianists in the
music world today.
The program will be led by
internationally renowned
guest conductor Maximiano
Valdes, music director of the
Orquesta Sinfonica del
Principado de Asturias in
Spain. The concert takes place
on Thursday, Jan. 4 at 7:30
p.m., Friday, Jan. 5 at 8 p.m.
and Saturday, Jan. 6 at 8 p.m.
in Jacoby Symphony Hall.
For tickets, call 354-5547, or
visit jaxsymphony.org.

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Saturday, Dec.
Community Blood Drive
Fleet Reserve Branch No. 9
holds a community blooc
drive from 4 to 7 p.m. at 539
Collins Road, Jacksonville
Everyone who registers t,
donate receives a commemora
tive long-sleeved holiday T
shirt, holiday coffee mug anc
2007 Florida Georgi.a Blooc
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Guana Talk/Walk: GTN
Reserve environmental educa
tor Angie Golubovich -share
her knowledge of the plant
and :animals found in thi
Guana River Marsh' beginninE
at 9 a.m. Those interest(
should meet at the -GTNI
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Center, 505 Guana River Road
South Porite Vedfa',Beach. Thi
cost is $2 for adults and $1 fo
children and 'includes admis
sion to the Environmenta
Education Cenfer after thi
walk. .Discussion. .is geare<
toward adults.
For information, call thi
GTM Reserve at 904-823-4500

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with Joan & Jim offers a frei
New Year's.Day y6gaclass from
10 to 11:15 a.m. at Let's Danc
Studio, 246 Solana Road, Ponti
Vedra Beach. All. are welcome
beginner 'through experience
students.Just briniga. yoga .ma
or a large towel. For inform
tion, call Joan Ryan at' 280
4628 or'Jim 'Ryan at 280-4130
email yogajoan@comcast.ne

and yogajim@comcast.net.
Hubbard House Benefit:
: Ocean Yoga' holds its annual
1 New Year's Day Yoga to benefit
d Hubbard House, which pro-
I vides safe haven for victims of
abuse and their children. The
o classes, which are free, include
- Gentle Yoga with Kate at 10:30
- a.m. and Yoga Flow with Paula
d at noon. They will be held in
d the Island Ballroom at Sea
Turtle Inn.. Gentle Yoga is. suit-
S.able for all levels. Yoga Flow is
g for. students with some'e.xperi-
n ence: Students should bring
t yoga mats or large' towels. For
S-information,' call. Kate at 742-
- 4582 or Paula at 613-7394;
t e-mail yogakate@'bellsouth.net
o or www.oceanyoga.biz.

Tuesday, Jan.
,. 2
,- . 2 .
s DAR: The. Ponte Vedra
s 'Chapter of the Daughters of
e the ' Americ'an Revolution
g meets at.10:45 a.m. at Marsh
id Landing Country Club, 25655
1 ..4ars'h Landing, Parkway.. The
n " speaker will be Elalne Hall,
.,-. -ertified-. Financial' Plannier,
e Who' will . talk' about-
r "'Preventing ' ' Identity
- Theft-What Every .VWoman.
I Should. Know." For. informa-
e tion, call Carolyn Roth .at 904-
d .992-7463 .or Babs'Hartmann at .

J. Jan. 3
a "Tap Classes:.' Beginning and
e '.:Intermediate Tap Classes .are
n offered Monday mornings and
de .Wednesday nights, starting
e Jan. ,3, 'at the Neptune Beach
Senior Activity Center.
d Monday's classes are as, fol-
t lows: Beginning class starts at
. 10 a.m.; Intermediate begins at
- 11 a.m. The Wednesday
; Beginning class starts at 6:30
t p.m. Call Jane at 241-0432 for

registration information.

Thursday, Jan.
Legion Auxiliary: Ocean
Beaches American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 129 meets at
7:30 p.m. at the Legion Post,
1151 4th St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Members are encour-
aged to bring a guest. For
information, call 249-2266 or

Strollerfit: Atlantic Beach
Parks and Recreation offers
seven .Strollerfit Classes at Bull
Memorial Park during January:
Jan. 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22 and 29.
Each class runs from 8:30 to
9:30 a.m. Call 247-5828 for

Friday, Jan. 5
Brown ' ag Lunch: The
GTM Reserve holds its January
Brown Bag Lunch Lecture 'at
.noon at the GTM
Environmental Education
Center's' auditorium. The
January session will be about
Bears of Alaska; as presented by'
volunteer Joe Shannon, a fre-
quent visitor to, the dorthern-
most state. Attendees should
.bring lunches' and questions.
The lecture is free and open to
the public.' - Brown . Bag
Lectures take place the first
Friday of each month, from.
noon to 1 p.m. at the GTM
Reserve Environmental
Education Center, 505 Guana
River. Road. For information,
call 904-823-4500.

Dinners at Fleet Reserve:
Fleet 'Reserve Association
Branch 290, 390 .Mavport
Road, Atllanrtic Beach, hosts
dinners from 5-,to 8'.p.m. each
Friday in January. The Jan. 5
offering is Steak Night for a
$10 donation, followed by Fish
Fry for $8 Jan. 12, Ladies
Auxiliary Fleet Reserve

Association Steak [$10] or Fish
Fry [$8] Jan. 19 and Fish Fry for
$8 Jan. 26. The public is invit-
Late Night Bowl Rides:
Atlantic Beach offers late-night
skateboarding at Oceanside
Rotary Skate Park, 800
Seminole Road, from 6:30 to
11 p.m. Jan. 5, Feb. 2 and
March 2. The entrance fee is
$10 per person. For informa-
tion, call 247-5828 or. email'

Mindful Eating: Discover
freedom from the diet mental-'
ity. A complimentary introduc-.
to)- session .about a step-i6y-
step group,- designed 'to create
a healthy relationship between
food and oneself, is offered
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 2344
3rd St. S., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 270-1234 or 246-5001 for

Saturday, Jan.
FOP course: A "Certified!
Basic Pistol '&.' Advanced'
Defensive Tactics apndTow Not
to Go To Jail'" cotuise is offered'
from 7:45 a.m`. to 5 p.m. at the
.Fraternal Order of Police Lodge
65 in Nassau County. A CWP
Training .Certificate is includ-
ed, and range'use is available.
Call Gary Belson at '904-491-
8358 for Information.

Healthy Back Yoga: Healthy
Back Yoga is offered four of the
next five Saturdays, Jan. 6, 13,
27 and Feb. 3, from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. at Let's Dance
Studio, 246 Solana Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach. Pre-registration is
required. Classes are designed
to teach participants -how .'to
keep. their, back 'healthy' or
return their back to health. No
prior experience required. For
information, call Joan Ryan
280-4628 or email

. :Friday.
River City Singles Club:
The River City Singles Club,
Inc., a chapter of the Singles
Association of Florida (SAF),
holds a dance fromn,-8 to 1.1
p.m. at, the Knight' of
Columbus - Hall, 1501
Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville:.
Admission is $8, $7 for mem-
bers. Live music, snacks and
refreshments are provided:.
For information,. call 779-
1234. . ... -, . '

Recovery Inc.: Recovery,
Inc., a'mental health support
group! meets at 6:30 p.m. at
St. Paul's Catholic Church's
Family Life Center, 578 1st
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-3299 for informa-
Senior tennis: Tennis'for
seniors is being offered.from
9 to 11 -a.m. at Huguenot
Tennis Center in Jacksonville
Beach. For information, call
Moe at 247-6221.
A senior .men's doubles
tennis "C". level league plays
through April at. Huguenot
Tennis' Center on Friday
mornings. The league has
home. and away. matches.
Call Bob Totter at 247-1865
for information.
Kittens and cats that have-
been veterinariar-checked.
and tested, and that have
shots and been neutered, are
available for:adoption from
�.10. a.m. to 6 'pjm at PetCo at.
Atlantic and Ketnan boule-
. S undays
Depression support
Depression Bipolar Support
Alliance-Jacksonville Beaches
meets at 5:30 p.m. at Beaches
Medical Center, 1350 13th
Ave. S. Visit www.dbsajax.org
for information.

Twin Heart Meditation
Group: This group meets
from 4 to 5 p.m. at pcean
Yoga Studio, 60 Ocean Blyd.,
Atlantic Beach. Global med-
itation from Prahic Healing
focuses on creating planetary
healing and -world peace,
which begins within. Love.
offerings are accepted. Call
Diane at 382-5823 for infor-

Exchange . Cib: The .
Exchange -Club of the
lacksonville Beaches,:. anon-
profit community service "
organization; meets ! eaeh .
week from 7:30. to 8:30 a.m.
at the Sea Turtle Inn, There
will be no meeting: Dec. 29.
First-time visitors receive a
free breakfast. Those decid-
ing to join will get first-quar-
ter membership for $30.,
After that, dues are $115 per
quarter. For information, call.
Jack. Morison at .904,318-,.
7162 or. ..e-mail'
changeclub.com., ,The club.
website, for information
about upcoming 'speakers-
and programs,';::- . is
www.j axbe'achec.chan ge-.

Toastmasters: .: Beaches
Area Toastmasters Club 2862
meets. from 7 p.m.:.td6..8i30
p.m. at. the Atlantic'Theateri
on Atlantic Boulevard. tor
Information, call Cyndi Rice
at 273-2759.

Railroad' ' Club: The
Beaches Area Model,Railroad
Club meets at -7.p.m.' and
also Friday at 941 4thi-StN.,
Jacksonville Beach., behin-d'-
-Sportsmania. TJae *d ub. is;
open to anyone ititerested in.
scale model railroading. For
information, call. Dave- Henk
at 641-8800 ot Richard Paul
at 223-5133.

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The GTM Reserve offers two events'
Friday: An estuary experience from 10,
a.m. to noon, fll6owed by a musical
celebration from 1 to 2 p.m., led by
GTM volunteer Dr. Gerson Yessin.
The estuarine experience is appro- .
private for children 6-13 and is limited
to 25 participants. Registration is
required, and regular. GTM Education
Center admission charges apply..
Yessin's program will be played on a
synthesizer, include a musical quiz
and end with a sing-along. Families
and children of all ages are invited to
the concert, free with admission to
the Environmental Education Center.
Registration is encouraged.
Call 904-823-4500 to-register or for

Free New Year's Yoga
Yoga with Joan & Jim offers a free
New Year's Day yoga class .from 10 to'
11:15 a.m. at Let's Dance Studio, 246
Solaha Road, Ponte .Vedra Beach. All
are welcome, beginner through expe-

rienced students, who need to bring
yoga mats or large towels. For infor-
mation, call Joan Ryan at 280-4628 or
Jim 'Ryan at 280-4130; email yoga-
joan@'comncast.net and

Hubbard House Benefit: Ocean
Yoga holds. its annual New Year's Day
Yoga to benefit- Hubbard House,
which provides safe haven for vic-
tims of abuse and their children. The
classes, which are free, include-Gentle
Yoga with Kate at 10:30 a.m. and
Yoga Flow with Paula at noon. They
will be. held in the Island Ballroom at
Sea Turtle Inn, Gentle Yoga is suitable
for all levels, while Yoga Flow is for
students with some experience.
Students should bring yoga mats or
laige tovels. For information, call
Kate at 742-4582 or Paula at 613-
7394; email yogakate@bellsouth.net.
or "www.oceanyoga.biz.

Temples and Tombs
"Temples and Tombs: Treasures of

Egyptian Art from the British
Museum" runs through March 18
after opening last Friday at the
Cummer Museum, 829 Riverside
Ave., Jacksonville. Exhibition hours
are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through
Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday
through Monday. Special exhibition
admission is $15 'for non-members
and $7. for f museum members. For
information, call 904-356-6857.

First Coast Winter
First Coast Winter Lights offers an
evening of holiday entertainment at
Reynolds Park Yacht Center on the St.
Johns River in Green Cove Springs.
The event is open from dusk to 10:30-
p.m. through New Year's. Admission
is $18 per car and $40 per bus. Tickets
are available at area Wachovia
branches and at the gate. Ice skating
costs $5 for children, $7 for adults.
Skate rental is $3.

- Countdown to 2007
Jacksonville Zoological Gardens'
Countdown to 2007 began Dec. 26
and concludes New Year's Eve. Radio
Disney holds Noon Year's Eve at the
Zoo Dec. 31. The facility is open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 904-757-4462
for information.

Photos on Display at
The photography of Wes Skiles,
producer and modern-day explorer, is.
on display and for sale through
March 15 at the GTM 'Reserve.
Environmental Education Center.
-Skiles' work has spanned the globe.
The GTM Reserve Environmental
Education Center is located at .505
Guana River Road off A1A South, 17,
miles south of Butler Boulevard or
eight miles north of Vilano Beach.For
information, call 904-823-4500.

Art Center Gallery
Art Center Gallery, an artists coop-

erative. featuring 22.local artists, some
hew and.some nationally and inter-
nationally acclaimed, presents a new
show in January - Suzzette Solanos'
highly unusual "2 .1/2 days .in
Genesis." Art Ceriter Gallery is in The
Carling, , 31 .W. Adams St.,
Gallery hours are 10:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 to.
5 p.m. Saturday. The gallery, is closed
Sunday. Call 904-614-5986.

Adventures in Art
The 'Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library offers 'a multi-experience i..'i
the Arts at 2 p.m. Jan. 3 as represent :
tatives of the Worlds of poetry, music
and art present a program combining
their talents. Sponsored by, FOCUS
Cummer and the Friends .of the
Library-Ponte Vedia Beach,' po6et
.Carolee Bertisch reads one of her
poems while Dr. Gerson Yessin,.for-
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Noon Balloon Drop
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach's. annual New Year's Noon Balloon
Drop Party for all ages will be held from
11:45 a.m.' to 12:1.5 p.m. Dec. 30.. Snacks,,
prizes, 'and art activities for children wVill
be. offered. The cost for non-members is
$2; members are free. For information,
280-0614 or log on to www.ccpvb.org.

Holiday Exhibitions
"An Old-Tashioned Christmas,"- with
photographs, postcards and other images
that reflect the Beaches' holiday season
over the past 50 years, are on display
through the holiday season at the Beaches
Museum and History Center. "Florida
Girls & Boys & Their Toys" is also on dis-
The Beaches Museum is' in Pablo
Historical Park at the comer of Beach
Boulevard and 4th Street North. The
Museum is open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is
$5 for adults, $4 for seniors 65 and older,
$3 for children ages 6 to 17, and free for
children under the age of 6'.

Holly Jolly Trolley Tour
The Holly Jolly Trolley Tour of the
Nights of Lights in St. Augustine runs each
evening through Dec. 30. Tickets are $6
for adults and $3 for children. Tours

depart from the Historic. Downtown
Parking Facility.
For information, call 904-829-3800 or
800-868-7482 or visit

Santa's Big Red

Christmas Train Tour
Santa's Big Red Train departs from 3
Cordova St. in St. Augustine from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. .every Friday and Saturday'
through Dec. 30. Tickets are $6 for adults
and $3 for children.
For information, call 904-824-1606 or
visit www.redtrains.com.

Noon Year's Eve
Noon Year's Eve will be celebrated at
both Adventure Landing locations, 1944
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, and 4825
Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville, from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Dec. 31. The annual Noon Year's
Eve balloon drop will feature more than
500 prize-filled balloons falling for three
different age groups: 4 and under, 5 to 8
and 9 to 12. A Noon Year's Eve special of
unlimited Go-Karts, Laser Tag and Mini
Golf is offered for $10, but must be pur-
chased in order to participate in the bal-
loon drop.
Visit www.adventurelanding.com for

Make-A-Wish: Rack Room "Shoes is
holding its second annual holiday fund
drive .to benefit. the .Make-A-Wish
Foundation, which' grants the wishes of
children with life-threatening medical
conditions. Customers -donating $1 or
more receive holiday gift tags: featuring
artwork designed by wish kids. The more
than 300 Rack Room shoestores nation-
wide are taking part in the fund drive,
which runs through Dec. 31. Donations
will benefit each store's local Make-A-
Wish chapter. Rack Room Shoes has raised
nearly $350,000 for the Make-A-Wish
Foundation in the past two years.

More Make-A-Wish: Donations made
through Dec. 31 at any Adventure
Landing location for Make-A-Wish
Foundation of Central and Northeast'
Florida will result in the donor's Shiny Star
being placed on Adventure Landing's
Christmas Tree.

Free New Year's Yoga
Yoga with Joan & Jim offers a free New
Year's Day yoga class from 10 .a.m. to
'11:15 a.m. at Let's Dance Studio, 246
Solana Road, Ponte Vedra Beach. 'All are
welcome, beginner through experienced
students. Just bring a yoga mat or a large
towel. For' information, call Joan Ryan at
280-4628 or Jim Ryan at 280-4130; email


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Hubbard. House Benefit:
Ocean Yoga holds its annual
New Year's 'Day. Yoga to benefit
Hubbard House, which pro-
vides safe haven for victims of
abuse and their children. The-
classes, which are free, include
Gentle Yoga with Kate at 10:30
a.m. and Yoga Flow with Paula
at 12 p.m. They will be held in
the Island Ballroom at Sea
Turtle Inn, Gentle Yoga is suit-
able.-fqr all levels, while. Yoga

Flow is for students with some
experience. Students should
bring yoga mats or large tow-
els. For information, call Kate
at 742-4582 or Paula at 613-
7394; email yogakate@bell-
south.net or

Beach Blast-Off
The "South Beaches Area
Council of the St. Johns
County - Chamber of
Commerce holds Beach Blast-
Off 2007 to ring in the New
Year starting at. 4 p.m. Jan. 1 at
the St. Augustine Beach Pier.

he Twelfth Night Ball, a
Jan. 6 costume ball at
Government House in St.
Augustine, celebrates the Feast
of the Epiphany. The event
begins at 7 p.m. Tickets, which
will be sold. at the door or at
the Colonial Spanish Quarter
Museum, will cost $10 per per-
sori or $15 per couple. For
information, call 377-0006 or

Get Out: First Wednesday Art Walk

Cont. froiir B-6
UNF and an esteemed concert pianist, accompa-
nies the poem and local artist and teacher
Barbara Sarvis paints a portrait that she hears
and visualizes. The event is free and open to the
First Wednesday Art Walk
Jacksonville's First Wednesday Art Walk of the
New Year will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Jan. 3.
The event features local art, live music and his-
torical tours in the heart of the city. Call
Downtown Vision at 904-634-0303, Ext. 230.
Beethoven's Emperor
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra kicks
off the New Year with "Beethoven's Emperor" at

Jacoby Symphony Hall in the Center for the
Performing Arts. The three-night performance
begins at 7:30 pm. Jan. 4 and continues at 8
p.m. Jan. 5 and Jan. 6. Maximiano Valdes is
guest conductor. For tickets, call 904-354-5547.
Absolutely Abyssinian
Absolutely Abyssinians Cat Club presents
CFA's Greater Jacksonville Cat Show from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 6 and Jan. 7 at the
Morocco Shrine Auditorium, St. Johns Bluff
Road. More than 300 purebreds and household
pets from around the country are expected.
Also, Survival Outreach Sanctuary will be on
hand, for educational purposes, with a Florida
Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and
children. For information, call 904-269-5871.

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resolutions for your home

F ew things fall by the way-
side after the New Year
faster than needles on a
Christmas tree than personal
So, instead of making a res-
olution to exercise, cut calo-
ries, stop smoking or other
things you know have failed
in the past, resolve to make
some changes at home.
These resolutions are more
likely to stick - and be good
for everyone in the house,
Do the right thing
One of the first New Year
resolutions you could make
this year for your home is to
go a little greener.
This could include setting
up a recycling center in your
home or making a greater
effort at recycling items such
as newspapers and magazines,
glass, plastic, and cans.
Home centers carry large
stacking bins that you can
place right 'next to the garage
door and will help you sort
and hold your recyclables.
Doing right by your house
also means doing right by the
Making a few simple
changes like recycling and
changing your light bulbs to
fluorescent bulbs is good for
the earth - and your utility
bills. It's a green thing.
Clear clutter
Yes, you've heard me say it
before, but clutter is a huge
problem and when you ask
most people what their No. 1
household problem is, they'll
tell you it's clutter.
\Ve continue to buy and
buy and that makes our
homes stuffed to capacity and
barely livable. Make a resolu-
tion to spend a small amount
of time on a regular interval
(say, daily) to throw some-
thing away, recycle, or donate.
You know you have stuff
just hanging around the
house that you don't use any-



children love to play board
games. However, the loser is
always disappointed, especially
when it's the youngest child.
To cheer him up, I give out a
little treat, such as a little
candy bar. That way, he doesn't
mind losing so much. In fact,
I'm 'beginning to suspect he
sometimes deliberately throws
the game! Mandy D.
best burgers are made with
chuck as opposed to sirloin or
ground round. They're just
juicier and tastier. However,
you don't need to worry so
much about the extra fat since
it cooks out during broiling or
grilling. To keep them juicy, try
to avoid handling them so
much, doing so only gently.
Whatever you do, don't press
them with a spatula as they're
cooking. Amelia K.
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SPACE SAVER - To increase
freezer space and keep it from
getting overly stuffed, freeze
your meatballs, sauces, stews,
etc., in plastic, zipper-type
bags. Be sure to press out all
the air before pressing them
flat. Then you can stack them.
Also be sure to label every-
thing. Rita B.
OOPS! - If someone acciden-
tally drops an egg on the floor,
cover it with salt and let it set
for about two minutes. The salt
will absorb most of the egg,
which will make it easier to
clean up. \Vilma L.
PLAY TIME - My 8-year-old
daughter loves to play with her
bead crafts kit. I always lay the
beads out on a baking sheet
first. This way, they don't roll
off the table and get lost. Edna

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more, so' why hang on to it?
Get clear this year.
Resolution to improve
Topping the list of my
favorite things to do at home
is to make annual goals for
my house. These goals range
from mulching landscape
beds, to painting a room or
even redecorating or buying a
new piece of furniture. I write
down all the things I want to
do on my list going from
smallest or least expensive
down to the largest, most
labor intensive or most expen-
sive. That list usually lives on
the refrigerator door and it's
amazing how great it feels to
scratch those items, one by
one, off my list.
If possible, make resolutions
that will improve your quality
of life. These can include an
item such as a new mattress -
especially when you consider
that one third of your life is
spent in bed - a quality mat-
tress makes sense.
Some of the home improve-
ments I've been happiest
about include my pull-out
trash can that I installed
under the sink, the television
that we put in the kitchen so I
don't have to miss the
evening news while I make
dinner, and every single
organizing item I have ever
installed because they make
things easier to find, look
neater, and make me more

Pnolo uobrr.ned
This pull-out trashcan gets the trash out of sight and makes it easy to use with its simple, one-step pull-out feature. To make, I pur-
chased a pull-out trash can fixture at my local home center for about $40. removed the cabinet door myself and affixed it with
spacers to the pull-out mechanism, saving me over $150 on the cost of a door-mounted pull-out.

efficient in my home.
Thanks for having me into
your home this year.
It's an honor to write about
something that is so impor-
tant to me personally and to
be able to share my home and
my own struggles with you as
well as exciting trends, inter-
esting decor ideas, and helpful
cleaning tips.
I know 2007 will be another
exciting year for us to share
over coffee again.

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year I always write back and I
always enjoy hearing frbm
All the best for a wonderful
2007 for you, your family and
your living space.
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DEERFIELD LAKES- 2/1.5 condo.
$99 900.
HARBOUR,. SPRINGS. 442, 2 car gar.
-Newer area, very open, Deaul stone
frpic , fenced yard, corner -lor Close to
schools, Deaches. Reduced Io $214 900
ASHLEY WOODS- Lqg -2, Dehter han
new' Many upgrades. $298.000;
HARBOR .WINDS- Approx. 1600sl. 3/2
like new. $229.900.
HARBOR WINDS 3'2. 2 car gar., owner
must sell lasi' $204,900
4/2, near schools & shops. $234,500
221-1711 OR 241-5501
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hion. Must sell Bring all offers. Best buy al'
the beach Gall with Vanguard GMAC,
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SAWGRASS SINGLE farpily home.
2BRi2BA,' completely remodeled, new 30
year rool, 42' hickory cabinets, traveling
stone floor. Berber- carpel and crown
molding Seller will pay all closing costs
$289;900 463-0505. .
JAX -BEACH- 3BR.'1 5BA 1450c'qh , Ie.
new Dalh. CHO A, FioriOa roor. lernca
yard. laundry room. carport sprinkler sys-
terT. well, new windows,, blinds, move in
ready, 12 blocks to ocean, $289,000, 710.
2600, 534-3411
vale. 1/3 acre lot 6 blocks to beach and
goll. $239.,000 (904)463-3738.



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60x125, 9th Ave. N .Make offer rool. windows & plumbing. 1mi. to beach
305-304-9473. $259,900. (904)509-9432. (904)509-1167

S High Quality Brick
S- '. " r Executive Pool Home in
-- Old Ponte Vedra Beach!,
5bid/3ba wv/4,400 I. & s.ep ling. dining, faamiiy rms.
Many consuruction upgrades' O,ersized 2 car garage
/10'\S' workshop area, afterr softener, 'ecurnt. &
central %acuumn ssrems. Full bnck floors. Berber carpet.
-ood floonng, 12V'4 brick fireplace, hige kitchen
v./3 pantries. Conan counters. SS appliances I.0( plus s.f master suite vi
200 plus iIf of closet space. 6' whirlpool tuti, 4'\4' sh oer. & so much
mc-re' 90'xl40' lot u8'\S" storage shed. 6-1' brick pae. liki hut, a big
.ard' Call ownertagent forappt. $1,175.000. - .
Ellen Poling -Wright A
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G reat location .and price! 2/2 with
24-9 hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings,
breakfast�,po k, gas fireplace and,2
car, garagd his home is ready fqr
you, tomove. in! $299,900 MLS#
.._ .... 336018 '

From Cottages to Castles

Walk to the beach From this all-brick home Ovaier Bay model with almost 4.200 sq.
on nr,o lots eat of A 1A! This home has been ft.', 5 BRS/5.5 BA. Two-story lia groom
lovingtl mauntaintd litle'arure 4 bedrooms. ti Judul gas replacec, .st hlooa branr
3.5 baths, a Florida room which opens to a .and gues suite. Master suite and 3 BR
beautifully vlndcap.d, tend baJ~idplus suntes plu laundn room on 2nd floor.
a -car garage and a cpuarec 3-car garage paciou. creened lani / oo atefall
a'rch an air-condiuioned'ba. $S"99,)00 arid hor rub on deep lot that back. to pre-
esrv,'s $899,90i)
H . Elizabeth H ludgins
Prudential Network Realty's
'The ReoalEstate Professiornal ano eil s the bet of the firs Codst Iiestvle.
'(904) 285-8449 ext. 3028 Cell 553-2032
S ( Prudential
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Visit Elizabeth and all her properties on the internet at
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Independendtly owned and operated 1t2
1000 Sawgrass Vlltags Drive,.Suilts101, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

Oceanfront- Newer custom built 5BR, Fiddlers Marsh - If you are lookihgfor a
4.5BA, with4725 SF, viewsoftheocean true Florida home, look no further I
from the east and ICWthe west. Office. Adorable. 3BR, 2BA patio home :on
formal living and dining, Lile and premium cul-de-sac lakefrontlotinPonte
hardwood floors, pool and spa, screened Vedra' Florida room with private lake
lanai with hot-tub, and pnVate beach views...no backdoor neighbors! Enjoy
$2,750.000" nature at its finest with. beautiful water
Isleof Palms - Former model with 2705 fowl..Egreis. Herons and morel $339,000
SF and $'71,000'iri upgrades on Laurel Springs - 4BR, 2BA pool home
navigable water..just bring your boat! on beautiful lakefront lot' Upgraded tile.
Family ioom with'fireplace, formal covered lanai overlooks screened pool,
dining, and deluxe, master suite. Two split bedroom plan, fireplace. Enjoy
screened lanals, deck, balcony, dock w/ entertaining in your spacious pool area,
boat Lift. $889,000. many upgrades! $345,000
South Hampton - Water to golf views Ibis Point - 4BR, 2.5BA w/loft on private
compliment this 5BR, 4BA executive culdesac. lush landscaping, fenced yard,
home on the 17th green. Chefs kitchen sprinkler, open kitchen with breakfast bar.
uiithcherr cabinets,island,conan,tie, formal dining, designer molding, master
3 car garage, screened lanai, two bonus bedroom is down with garden rtub, comm:
rooms; comm. pool, priced $25k below pool/rennis $335.000
appraisal $750,000 Jax Beach .- Updated 4BR, 2BA coquina
OdomsMill - Lakefont 5BR, 5BA on. home on an oversized lot (.27 acres just
culdesac with screened poo/spa, lanai, blocks to the beach! Woodfloors. fireplace,
bonus room is perfect teenage retreat, in- open. kitchen, formal. dining, large great.
law suite, wood -and. file floors, codah room, inside latudry, screened porch, shed,
counters, formal living and dining, 3 car hot tub with deck. 1335,000
garage, comm. pool. $679,000 Florentine - This 3BR. 2.5BA with loftis.
Ocean Cay - Walk to the beach from only' one year old and ready now! Enjoy
this upgraded, light and bright 4BR, peaceful lake views from your open patio,
2.5BA with loft formal living and dining spacious kitchen with breakfast bar, formal
room, new carpet and paint, tile floors, living and dining, oversized laundry, over
oversized screened lanai, lots of storage, $40k in upgrades! $299.900
comm. pool. $499.500 Hunters Haven - Honey...cut up the credit
Pablo Bay - Why wail to build? This cards! Adorable .and affordable 3BR/2BA
4BR. 2BA all brick home is ready now! is minutes to St. Johns Town Center!
Enjoy relaxing evening on your covered Spacious floor plan with wood laminate
lanai overlooking the peaceful lake. and tile floors, open eat-in kitchen, formal
Upgrades include dile, 42 inch cabinets, dining room4 and oversized wooden deck
oien kitchen with island, corian. leads to private fenced backyard with
La-ln0 n ' ininkler and mature trees. $229.000


I Conta t Shawn Noitonfor fr
an appointment 534-9518. "


Ocean Forest - Built '99.
Best of all worlds.
Marshside community.
2400 sq. ft, 4BR/3BA + office & formal DR,
Great room w/fplc. Brkfst rm. Screened porch,
updated baths & kit, tile, stainless appliances. $545K


Call Rosemary Naughton

'"She KilOWS the beaches!"

Eclectic A.B. Opportunity
Beachy, fun home, huge 85x135 lot, 3 biks to bch! Such rustic person-
ality & possibilities for expansion! 3/ 2., inviting LR/DR, gorgeous wood
firs. Giant MHx. tiled Gameroom, beautiful 10th St., surrounded by
magnificent million $ new constructions. $684,000.
Nept.Beachside Elegance
Adorable 3BR gem, I home off oceanfront on corner lot! Vintage
charm, wood firs. throughout, large rooms! Sunny FL Rm invites sun-
shine in, huge-brick f-place w/ cool log bin. Perfect bch. retreat! It's a
treasure! $849,000.,
Lora St, Nept.-Fully Redone
Perfect home, just 4 blks to breaking waves! Totally remodeled, in &
out! Solid conc. bik., 3BR plus Office, oversized 72x 125 lot w/ room to
grow! Stunning silestone/ss kit, Italian tiled main rooms, designer de-
tails. Prof. landscaped, easy stroll to "corner." $459,000.
- S.Jax. Bch.Value
Comfortable 3/3 just 5 biks to water's edge. Handsome wd. firs. dwn,
versatile Bonus up, all appliances stay, fully fenced, quiet location next
to private easement. Motivated owner is ready to go! Short walk to
Seabreeze Elem. & super restaurants. $412,000.
Immaculate South Jax. Bch.Townhome
Better than new 3BR 2.5BA, perfect condition,-2 yrs old! Barely
lived in, 2212 s.f.of casual living. Open-plan GR/DR/Kit, high ceils ideal
for entertaining! Granite/ss kit, Priv. MBR offers a "beach-peak" cov-
ered balcony. Just delightful! $423,000.
Sharp P.V. Executive Gem
Lovely 4/3.5 gem, 3 yrs. new! Plantation shutters, elegant M. Suite,
ideal guest suite dwn. Huge GR/Kit combo. High ceilings, stately foyer,
quality details. E. of A IA for easy beachwalks in A+ school district.
Seller is so ready! $590,000.
PonteVedra Patio Delight
Crisp, waterfront 2BR 2BA on large lake, enjoys amazing wildlife &
serenity. High ceilings in GR/DR/Kit, Peaceful water views, brand new
hardiboard exterior, large 2 car garage, convenient indoor utility room.
All! appliances convey. $319,950

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Call Cara Doud
571-2612 or
'Tom Gibbon


Awesome 3bd/2ba with granite, hardwoods, fresh
paint inside & out, and the perfect location! Bike
to the beach or Town Center! Or simply relax by
the cozy fireplace - the choice is yours..'

Seller to pay closing costs
w/'accepted offer!

Hurry, it won't last at this price! $380,000
No Open House this weekend. We are available
for personal tours. For a sneak peek, visit:


Need a New Home For the New Year?

Here are two options..

Opti0on#1 is ready and waiting for you..
Enjoy daily walks on the beach when. you live in this
3BR/2BA only 2 blocks away. Also featuring.attached 2
car garage,...rew;ljtchen, original wood -floors, vaulted
wood cell ing,.'newer roof and even a white picket fence
out front! $699,000.,

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Option# .can make your dreams come true...
Build your dream home on this 50'x120' cul-de-sac lot
in south Jax Beach w/water view,& adjacent to new park.
Short bike ride to the beach. Enjoy living close to
shopping & dining areas with easy access to JTB.
$275,000. : . .

We can help' ou findyournew home,
Just call us.

nMIS#316811EaitofAIA! B& riful 3BRBA ,.
home offers large open LR/DR wimatile wcd ..ILS#.318386 7 lockss to ocean, 3BR/
bmningFP.vaultedcedm�gs,vcrnedlanar,v.atr 2.5BA; located on comer lot. attached
softener, 2,ar garage& cominunint pool'& tennis garage, over 1600 SF,9tt ceilings. $369,000
cons $348.000285-1800 241-2417 '
NU-S#327071 Law .atertbnifivingi'nmitnna A11ANHIC BEACH TOWNIH OMS
commniatr on the intracoasial, 3BR/2 5BA. 2730 MLS# 293201 2 THS, 4/4, 3296SF each!
SF,4-ortosrlnhnhome,/hugh-endfitshe.:.c-,ered elevator,'car garage. blocks
-kh i'lr roof op terrace. concrete block co-ru nnon Ne conseleatr,2 cararage. 2 blocks
a/aleroof& nunutes fromthebeaches $1',JI4,9O to ocean!, $869,000 241-2417
285.1800 -R BRE AL H STSLE!
MLSV# 3 EBO& TO o thelR M& LS# 318702 3/1 on comer. Original
Master. loely 2BR/2BAcondo.on 2nd floor. f l) hardwood floors, fenced yard and 2 car
equipped kitchen washerer & dryer, rmain living garage. Close to sh6ops restaurants and
areas v/ile floo.rs. usendly painted. nec carpet & ocean. $329,900 241-2417
covered parking Great locaL.on!',398.000U
285-1800o CH O, BE 1ACHHOME
PERIFCT HO EIN DO N COEI l MLS#314652Adannc'Beach 3/2 plus den
MIS333525Completel updated &meculousl 1554 SF. updated kitoak floors, 70 x 130
maintained 3BR/2BA home. lnnrial LR & DR,. ,
kitchen wiadlacent FR. tile floors & 2car garage lot. Room lorexpansion. Walk tothe ocean'
329,.ilu0285-1800 $539,000 241-2417
S#2%96296%3BR/3BAunrtvi/almosi$i..iO I
inupgrades.SEcomer on6th lr.condo amemnes MLS#339138 Enioy lving 5 blocks rom
include surround sound theatre, state-of-ihe-an beach in this 4BR/2BA pool home.. Nice
fimess centerw/spa. sauna, steam room. outdoor beachside neighborhood -on quest street.
recaon'aireia&pool.Agent oned.$1,2.000 $320,000 241-417 :
285-1800 '0'
ON'90'IOT-fNEW'PRlE. -N. LS# 315343 Wood floors, granite
MILS# 297456 Located on S Ponte Vedra Blvd,
octagonal 3BR/3BA vaulted ce ling s hard& o countrers ,sties.s steel appliances, upgraded
floors, stainless appliances., codanr.'jacuzz. ti' li ghtlmg, fans & plumbming fixtures. $399,900
furnished, wrap-around deck, built to tthstand 241-2417
category) 5 force winds $ 12,50,010 285-1800 VAA I AND
, I E-IE6OOOD E - .A
l SU#3160331n h Lrareooppcrrarur� to purnaise MLS# 333601 South Jax Beach lot and a
a condo in The Carlyle on Ponie ,edra Bid. 1 ' w,1ith ocean vjews. Comer lt one block
3BR/2B4.,over20005F.evlraorduin masterBA..t the beach. $749,000241-2417
upgradesthroughout,26 balcon)y rerl.,ksGuana
Pre.sene & lagoon for great suttrs $1725.000. DAVIS SHORES LOT
285-1800 P N MLS#319570 Build your home on this
MIS# 310037 Likenew -' st 50 I11 lot, steps from the Conch House in
MLS# 310037 Like-nei. 2-sior. brick 2 ..
4BR/3 5BA, 3182 SF, home offers a flcor.plan SL Augustine. $249,.000 241-2417
great for entertaining, formal LR & DR. FR/FR CW FURNISHED OME
Floridam rn.pato&large %kdxxed bck kyard that
back to preserve, community amemies include MLS#, 321462 Well kept 3/2 in Hunters
pools, tennis & more' $579.(t 285-1800 Green Large fenced yard. Available
IILEBACKCROSSING furished. $234,900 241-2417
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MIS#318778Acolutelycharming2BR2 J'5BA IAKEFRONf POOL HOME
townhome, LR /vood burning FP. faultedd MLS#3161094/2.laminateandtilefloors,
ceding;. firs floor master tiled screened p . plant shelves, new A/Cr pool, fenced yard
private courtyard, garage. 2 year old root. newer p, r yr
berbercarpeL Priced tosell'$308,000285-1800 on stocked lake. $274,900
MllS# 333229 4-ples\ 2 blocks to beach & VACAN[ COMMERCIA LOTI
e\cellenicondition' T.o IBR/IBA'units. I x./FP,
one 2BR/1 BA + FP one 3BR/3BA + FP umt, lapMLS300576 Atantic Beach IOL Great for
pool&spa,.hardwod & alenli. l-cargatage &4 smallbusiness. .013 acre; $147,000 241-
parking spaces. $975.000 285-1800 2417
MLS 304025 Luur hvmg incn receno r aed O ANF CONDO!
2-stor) 3BRr2 5BA home s/approumately 2200 MLS#332502 AtlanticBeach 2BR/2.5BA,
SF. gc'rgeou FR W/cusiom FPc'pensi to pool, sp totallyrenovated. Private patiow/great ocean
pergola & summer kitchen. Many upgrades i. 9r 1 17
$849-500 285-1800 view.5$489,000241-2417
MLS 318482 Gorgeous estate w/169 Fr on the MILS# 335155 Fabulous 4BR house with
St Johqs Rier overlooking downtown -sory, BRBA detached guest
Jacksonv'ille This malestic 3-srorn home is -.story, 1BR/IBA detached guest
elegantly appointed & features 5BR/5 I1ll & 2 half house.Ocean views, large lot, inground pool,
BA, game room, wine cellar, pool & spa + d.xk & granite counters, 'le, hardwood floors, and
boat house $4.250.i'0285-1800 move-in ready! $1,599.000241-2417,
Inde endcendy owned and oa cratcd


HIDDEN PARADISE. 2-slory 3/2.5 w/lg.
bonus room, FP, pool, lacuzzi Motivaled
$380.000. (904)246.l1760
WEST BEACHES, Pablo Point, 312 loh,.
huge lot. all cedar, many upgrades.
$299,000. 631-3029.
2BA, 2300sqh., hardwood floors, mini
condition, $579,000, Sieve McGuire.
4BR,3 5BA, granite counters tliru-oul
Large screened porch A MuiS See,
$585 000 (9041536-7007.
NEPTUNE BEACH, concrele block. 4
blocks from ocean $268,000 372-4477.
JUST REDUCED $20000 for a quick
sale 2 or 3 BR 2 lull BA exlra large lot,
in-ground pool w.i'acuzzl, pool nouse. lire.
place lois ol upgrades, $359 000 Call
Dee. 219-1620.

Ctaiea' Oa
Former model home 4/BD 4/BA 4,239 sq. ft. and on a
corner lot thai backs to a consernaiion preserve.
Gorgeous dining room, gourmet kitchen, spacious
master suite. Loft area/bonus room upstairs overlooks
spacious FR & wonderfull vie%%s of presene, lanai, & gorgeous screened pool
w/spa area. $1,199,000.

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Large. Great Room w/sliding glass doors to
gorgeous screened pool & spa Cros.n molding
throughout, spacious kitchen, beautiful master
suite w/uhs & her closets Garden rub.& separate
sho%%ers. Fully fenced backyard backs to presence, Sentricon & spnnkler systems
& manv other extas. $398.000.

Rosemary Kristoff REALTOR'
Prudential.Net'ork Reahlt's Mult-Mtilion DoUar Producer
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2BR/1BA, CH&A. large yard, Florida
room, new floonng, owner will pay closing
cosls. 1155 Eve.br East $116,000. Call
ATLANTIC BCH, Large Duplex, 2BR
1 5BA, ile floors, wood floors in bed-
rooms. Nice backyard. $250,000 each
side Owner 241-8508
PONTE VEDRA' Sawgiass' Oakbnrdge
Cule. 32,2.'2 on lake, park like seeing, cul-
de-sac, newly remodeled $299,000.
3BR 1BA, grear sianer home or invesi-
men, nic.:e lo wscreeneo porcn & lenced
sard. roncreie block. 100 o financing
available T199.000 Call 247-9244 or
3BR'2BA large master wi'balh, nardwood
lloors. fireplace 1400sqtl $249.000. Call
247-9244 or 65167418

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,... MLS# 337406 IDuplex) Whole duplex is for
.sale or $259,000 each side - excellent condition.
j Both units well cared for - new kitchens. Spanish
Mile floors and carpet, private backyard, walk to
beach, schools and shopping. Price is $499,000
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MLS# 299269 (Residential) 1927 Beachside Ct
Price: $1,895,000 4 Bed - 3 bath - 1 halt bath.
This magnificent home is a Wm Morgan masterpiece
& recd the 'Excellence in Design Award' from me
Amer.Inst.of Architects in Jax. Home has over 1800
SF of cov. porches. Home is built around a lovely
bay tree. The microhesian metal roof design affords
beautiful ocean views, artist's studio, dumb waiter or
elevator, huge 3 car gar & sep entry to full guest
suite. One of the most unique homes in Jax.

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241-2417 ext. 209(officei

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ii/ Oceanlront Condo - Furnisnel 3rd floor lacirg ine counyard Pool clubhouse $309,000
22 Oceanhronl Condo - 1346sq 41h iloor.264.sq'balcony ov.erlooking irre oeactr. 699,000
1647 Sunnyside Ave. Jacksonville, FL
Near Intracoastal and million $ condos. 3 lots with 2/2 750sq' house sold as isi. $250,000
1647 Bermuda Road, Jacksonville, FL
2/1 house, 940sq; on 14 acres Near Inlracoaslal and million $ condos. $175,000
LuWury OceanrlontiCondo. 2136sq.212 5 plus den. 436-1 acecl Iriracoailal&o cceanview $881,100
Resideniai'commeicial 1626sq'in 3 Dulddings - Dusmess plus 2 efl apis Ni ocean S799,000
2/2 condo. 1260sq'. Ground floor Pool, Tenn;s Couns $199,500
3/2 house, 1896sq' Fenced back yard. Lawn maintenance included . S1,600 mth
2/2 condo, 1260sq' Ground Iloor Pool. Tennis Courts. $9751mth

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Updated Seaplace 3bdrm Condo,.
Around FRr 1/2 block to the Ocean hi
Old Atlantic Beach!'
Large Patio w/privacy fence. All new carpet,
new AC, updated baths, fresh paint, new
stove & microwave. $298,000
Contemporary Oem - 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. $625,000
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 $1,175,000
New Home in Atlantic Beach
3 Blocks to the Ocean - Selva Marina
3-story w/elevator, 6 bdrms, 3 ba, 4200 sq
It, office, high ceilings, rm for a pool. Lot
size: 85 x 142. Maintenance free: concrete
block & stucco on 1st level, frame & vinyl
shake on 2nd & 3rd levels. $1,175,000
Completely Remodeled
Old Atlantic Beach Home -
I Block to Ocean

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Cedar Shake home w/white-picket fbnce -
perfectly manicured. 4Bdrm, 3 Ba, master
upstairs, 2700 Sf, 62.5x125 lot size, room.for
pool. Maple hardwood floors throughout. 2-car
garage w/garage-tek..$1,200,000
Atlantic Beach -
Seaside Gated Community Luamry 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 AWESOMEI 4 bdrm, 3.5 ba, 2-story, all
bdrms up, 3486 sq ft, Mediterranean style with
barrel tile roof. Private Beach access.

Awesome Investment Property
3Bdrm 2Ba Townhome-Great condition! 2-
story, 2Bdrm and 1 Ba up and Master bdrm
down, 1400 sq ft, currently renting for
$900/per month. Take with or without tenants.
Raw Vacant Land Available - W. Atlantic Bch.
Parcel size 150 x 630 - Can subdivide into 9-
12 residential lots - Duval County. $469,000.
West Atlntic Beach Bungalow
Awesome. Investment S204,000
3 bdrm 2 ba, 1-story, new red oak floors
throughout, new roof, approx. 1300 SF, lot size

Call Margi Petitt

Top Producer
60 Ocean Blvd. Suite 3, Atlantic Beach

Ieu..e ReahI

Great Investment Opportunity -
East of 3rd Street
Quadraplex with 4 easy to rent Studio
Apartments. Only steps to. the ocean
Offered at $639,00

"Hot" Oceans Edge Condos:
East of 3rd Street NEW South Jax each
3 BR/2BA - $395,500,
Lowest price 3 Bedroom: $437,544
The Palms: 2 bdrm/2ba Condo
that is a 10+++
This is truly a 10+, Do not miss it! 2Bdrm/
2Ba 2n" floor condo with custom
cabinets, new sinks and granite In
Kitchen and baths. $187,000
Completely. Remodeled w/the, finest
CORNER Unit w/wrap around porchesl
3 bdrm/2ba, custom cabinets, granite
and much, much morell! Furnishings
optional. $799,000'
Investment Property - Muftl-amily
I 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


(right off JTB) in a neighborhood setting w/no cdd fees or
restrictions in one of these large, beautiful executive homes.
Room for children, hobbies and entertaining
in these amazingly efficient 5 bed/4 bath or
4 bed/3.5 bath homes.
Call Linda Pomerantz at ha lea
923-8030 p p E R T i E .

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806-A 3rd St. * Neptune Beach
1700 SF home sits on premier lot
in new subdivision, tons of
upgrades. Built in 2005 $234,900
marshfront lot in small Neptune
Beach cul-de-sac subdivision
investment opportunity in Vdano
Beach. 3 adjacent lots available for
NEPTUNE BCH: 1900'sf home
sits on two large buildable lots in
desirable Neptune Beach setting.
.al brick home in'quiet beach
neighborhood. $484,900 '
Call Jason Jarrett @
904-591-5917 mobile
904-247-7000 office

'.Gorgeous two story condo 2BR/2BA.
features granite counierrops, oversized
microva'e. and %3asner/dryer. Full
equipped clubhouse ith tennis and
basketball tounrs $194,500 MLS 318903
Fantasnc 2BR/2BA home, with a great golf
course %ei Oversized shower and big
storage shed. A steal at the beach 'ery nice
home for a very good pnce LOOK NOW'
$194,900 MLS 333205
Beauutui 2BR/2BA two story io n home
Features stadnless steel appliances. 42"
cabinets, ceramic ule and screened porch
Mediterranean style Fabulous clubhouse,
tennis and basketball courts, times center,
pool, 'auna. and hot tub A great hba'
%204,000 MLS 314435
2BR/2BA in Ponte Vedra Beach One car
garage aith workshop space All stainless
steel appliances Tumbled stone counter
tops in kitchen and bath. 18-inch cerurrac
tile throughout thing area and porch
Amencar, home shield warranty otleied by
seller $223,950 MLS 325561
3BR/2BA home on corner lot This home
boass ithe prinac or iwcadilde sac Two
car garage Al appliances stay New tile n
kitchen, hreaklatsi area. and master bath
L,) el.ywood burning fireplace
$229.900 MLS 336609
IWonderful 3BR/2 5BA tlon home
Desirable Gate Parkeas area T-o car
'garage Tile in kicner eienns. anddirung
room \ asher and dn.er included Many
upgrades' $259,900 MLS 340901
Absolutely stunning 3BR/2.5BA home
.totally remodeled from op'to tloitlom with
large side ',ard and paned. pauo in back
1New maple kitchen, cabmets, and stainless
sieel appliancee. Built in entertainment
cabin etAll new lihi inid badii'Wn'tuJT
Faulou:. nmi ,ier bir $295,900 NMLS
inmiaculaie. 3BR/2 5BA itown home
Wonderful Ocear Met u n Ith Lree ,'l
island \ea from roof top deck Outiide
shower Very r.ce kitchen with breaKfai i
bar. Additional rooms include: balcon,.
grear room. storage room. and laundry,
unol;i, wisde $314,000 NIS 337028
Loely 4BR/3B'A home with screened
pocil. anai. uideo aunetllanCe and intercom
secCuqr, throughout the h.o.use Great garden
rub and wood floors throughout A mustL
see' $379,000 MLS 342344
Great -BR'2BA duple. or cone rt nc. a
Iamnl home ui tth mother.in law mnie. Tw.o
blocks frm the ocean Wood floors and
screened porches with a two car garage.
$449;995 MLS 321464
5BR/3BA home on preserve lc.t, three car
garage. huge master suite. loft area.
Enclosedglass, open floor plan, liyiin and
diningg area large enough for ertertairing a
crow a Conementl ocauon. close it ihe
Beach and dountrioAn $530,000 M LS
Delightful 5BR.'3 5BA family home n ith
Ua mree ay split BR plan Famil\ .room
w ith fireplace. separate hliing and dining
rooms Enlo\ the screen lanai overlooking
the private wooded lot Bring )our canoe
or kayak. tc. launch from ,.our backyard.
$574,900 MI.S 331124
Beauifrul 5BR/4BA spaciou. brick home
in PVB on preserve lor Etra large dining
,room Huge great room atih wet bar and
sliding glas wiall oui to enclosed famil,,i
rcomoierlookingpresene Lotsol'sorage
Si garage and launder room Great bu'
$599;000 MLS 309764
Fabulous 4BR/2 5BA home across from
Mayo Boat lovers dream! Great siews of
tarer. Floating dock and a 12.00) pound
boat limit Huge kitchen anrd Florida rocim.
"Wonderful for enter inning S829,500
NMLS 339677
174 15TH ST
Cuie BR.'2BA home old a. is or,n to
4eparjie building jot Three houses fr.irom
the ocean. Gorgeous remodeled end unit
Large side .ard. pated patio and t*o car
garage Wall to wall carpet and great room
$1,150,000 MILS 316675

Atlantic Beach
Watson Office
(904) 249-3804


4BR/2BA w/pool! 2000+sf., new
roof, HVAC, fence, flooring,
windows, garage door. Reduced to
2BR/2BA, off Hodges Blvd.- near
JTB- 3rd floor unit. $165,900.
TWO IBR/ IBA +loft Ponie Vedra
Beach Condos, upgrades including
granite & tile floors, fireplace, custom
lighting, pnvate beach access, tenrus,
fitness room. I unit currently leased.
$189,900 & 5195,900.
15TH AVE. S.
Key Wesi style cotage, 2BR/1I.5BA,
adorable w'ith huge great room,
private backard, great for
entertaining. Low maintenance
landscaping. $319,900.
2BR/2BA, downstairs unit, fireplace,
Stood floors, Icar garage. Offered at
$ 14-4.900
Off Solano Rd. one has small beach
collage, been remodeled Take
ad% antage of golf niew s or purchase
both for vour dream home.. Not
many litk this' 2BR/2BA beach
cottage, $499,900. Additional lot is
3BR/2BA. Just minuLes to ocean,
remodeled kitchen, 2 car garage.
Steps loplaygroand w/tennis courts!


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PELICAN PoinI $730k. LanoMark $950k.
WaterMark 5996k Call Renee L Baron.
Inc. for a tour (904) 242-2821

BEAUTIFUL 1/1 condo Relocating. must
sellI $132,000 Vaulted ceilings, bonus
room and much more WiInin Windsor
Parke golf community. Minutes Irom ine
beach, Town Center. Mayo Clinic & UNF.
Amazing amenities, pool. lacuzzi, club-
house, fitness center. sand volley ball,
tennis, basketball, and car wash No more
time wasted on yard WOIrk Walking os.
stance to grocery store. dining and cohee
shop. (904)502-8619.
WATERFRONT ICW condo (iowrihomei
w/40'+ dock. large 2BR/2.5BA. all Hile
downstairs w'wet bar; clubhouSe w.'pool
low monthly fees. Will sacrnrice or
$340,000 Ask about Iree 26 boal Call
247-9244 or 651-6748
COZY CONDO in PVB, FL $249.900
View Inlotube Ad No. 15474-10 A MUST
SEEI 2BR/2BA in quiet cul-de-sac. luilv
remodeled w/tile new carpel, huge
screened-in patio overlooking lake new
kitchen cabinets, appliances, fireplace &
private entry garage wpilenry ol storage
space Full access to pool. tennis counts. 3
blocks from the ocean. Call 707-7986 or
BEAUTIFUL SAWGRASS beach duo villa
totally updated $258.000. 19041280-.5170
or 616-5274. ,
PVB- 1BR/1BA, 550si, tiled, ground floor.
gated, golf course view, $135,900.


Sea State Realty Corp.
- , The Listing Specialist
"( MLS/ NEFAR Member
Waterfront Community Condos
2BR/2BA w/den -$129,900
2BR/2BA -$113';900
1BR/1BA -$85,000 *IIIM
Waterfront Fi
$137,500 IIIPir. iM.illl:
Call: Larry Dukes, Broker
. . (904) 537-0679

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FLOOR 1 bedroom w/GARAGE. Marsh views from Ig screened
lanai. Gated, pool, clubhouse, boat parking. MLS# 324495
REDUCED! $149,500
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 Bldg C #32
lanai. 3/2 with 18" tiles and berber carpet. Gated, garage, Pool/
clubhouse. Corner unit. MLS#328788 HUGE REDUCTION to
2 bedroom. Beautiful ground floor with wooded views. Wood
floors, tile, fireplace, crown moulding. GARAGE. MLS# 326635

STONEBRIDGE - LARGEST 3bdrm with 2 master suites. 1408
SF, tile, screened lanai, roomy & bright. CARPORT. MLS#
327334 Reduced $164,500.
STONEBRIDGE - CARPORT with condo, 3/2 top floor, no
one above, end -unit. New carpet, fresh paint, ready for move
in. A'cond. Gated community. MLS#300731 $156,900







Lovely 2/2 in Timberlin Park, new paint/carpet.
2nd floor w/woods view, garage & all appliances.
MLS# 330283 - $151,500. Tenant occ./perfect for
investors. - M.. .. n r L r

Former manager's residence on a peace-
ful lot in beautiful community of Portside,
just 5 minutes to the Beachl 1981 Twinr
Manor,23x60, '3BR/2BA, double wide in
excellent condition. Upgrades include:
newer roof, newer carpet, newer gutters,
27x10 screened, covered patio. 13are
shed. huge RV carport & cement pad, all
appliances slay Beautiful mobile home
community with 2 pools, tennis counts &
clubhouse. Lot rent $300/mo. Will reni to.
own. $18,000. Can Dan @ 509-4382.

ST JOHNS Bluff/ Beach Blvd Condo
warehouse for sale, 2400sf. $220,000.
Call 246-1152.

2800s1., $2800/mo includes utilities. Call
Bart @ 241-3111 (Ext 11).

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Brand New Oceanfront Condo
3BR/3.5BA/2,600SF of luxury living & unparalleled amenities.
Located on one of the lower floors close to covered garage &
amenities center. Approx. $40,000 in upgrades. Great location,
incredible ocean views.$1,479,000

Newly Listed Sawgrass CC Condo
Beautifully furnished 2BR/2.5BA condo w/popular townhome floor
plan w/wood floor approx. 1700SF.Water to golf views, large lanai,
new roof and newly remodeled exterior.$395,000

Tifton Cove in Sawgrass CC
Beautifully renovated 2BR/2BA condo, hardwoods, kit. w/new
cabinets, stainless steel appliances, Corian countertops, fully
furnished & overlooking lagoon. Great for second home or
investment. $337,000

REDUCED - Ocean View 3/3 2.100SF!
Developer unit released. Saturnia flooring & beautiful appointments.
7th FL end unit condo w/open views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Large BR's w/spacious BA for each, large walk-in closets.
Large kitchen open to family room w/ocean views. $895,000


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Get away from it all when you come home to this 2BR/2BA PVB condo. Living this
close to grocery, restaurAnts, & more you can leave your car parked on weekends.
Gated, pool, fitness center. Seller paying 1 year condo'fees for you! $195,000.

Surrounded by marsh in this 3BR/2BA condo tucked out of the way. Garage, all
appliances, fireplace & more. Gated community with 2 pools, movie theater, witness
room, cabanas & more. $248,000.

Peace & quite is yours! 3BR/2BA w/garage, end unit, no one above you, water &
wooded views. Incl. washer/drver & kitchen appliances, screened lanai. Gated, fitness,
pool, hotr tub, boat/RV storage. $255,000.

Listen to the ocean from your balcony at this 2BR/2BA condo in quaint Atlantic
Beach. Renovated with nrew kitchen & baths. Only 1/2 block to the ocean.
Community pool. Mo. fee includes water/sewer. $310,000.

IBR, 2BR, and 3BR condos in new Ocean's Edge community east of AlA in
south Jax Beach. Brand new & beautiful! Elegant clubhouse, pool, fitness
center. From low $300,000's Call for pricing and availability.

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ATLANTIC BEACH, 706 Cavalla Rd
2BR/1.5BA, WDHU, enclosed porch
$775/mo. +$775/dep. 514-8761.

CH/A, WDHU East of 1st SI $795.
$895/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730

JAX BEACH 2BR/1BA apanmeni WDHU.
CH&A, fireplace, 1 block from ocean
$875/mo. Call 566-1287
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean Nice mod.
em well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen.
les, '$980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo
PONTE VEDRA Townhouse 2/2 includes
washer/ dryer, screened in prcn, lake
view. $1300/mo 571-5517
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA spacious brignr
end unil, garage, lanai, pool, galed,'close
to JTB, blocks to beach, $1350'mo

NEAR PONTE Vedra. 1 block beach Besi
area, quiet, sale, residential neighbor-
hood. 2BR/1BA lower duplex. New pairnt,
CH&A, W/D included. No smoking. Small
pel considered. $950,mo. lease deposit.

Ocean Gro e Condo, 1/1, ground
floor. $850/mo.
Fabulous 4/2, pool, $2200, 2300 SF
The Pans, 2/2,' $1095 includes
cable, 1100 SF
210 & 195
2/2.5, 1300 SF, Brand new I100
3 & 4 BR $1200-$1350
Near UNF - 3/2, 1400 SF $1'295
.ea .........0SF$129


PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA patio homel
Club pool, tennis & morel $1200/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
NEPTUNE BCH, charming 2BR IBA apt.
1 block Irom beach, storage & laundry
hook up. wood floors, new appliances &
A/C $1000/mo. Call Rick 891�2345

JAX BEACH Ericienc garage aptl just 4
blocks to ocean $500,mo All Souln Real-
ty. 241-4141.
JAX BEACH, East ol 3rd, 985-3 2na
Street South, 2BR/1BA, washer/ dryer,
$875/mo VIP Really 962.6190
NEPTUNE BEACH townnoute.
2BR/1 5BA, newly renovated. kicnen
equipped, WDHU, lenced yard No pets
$800/mo .deposit. 19041221-5833.
BEACHFRONT iBR/ 1BA, 108 Orange
St, Nep Bch. downslairs. $1050/mo. incl.
until. (661)803-6275
PVB, 3BR/2BA Townhouse, 1280S1., W/D
screened porch, $1100/mo May give
opinion to buy 904-537.4072
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks io ocean Very clean. No Paels
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
2l1 $895/MO plus dep.lwill work witn de-
posit) Walk to beach 115 181h Ave. N.,
Until B. 1904)525-5551
JAX BCH efficiency apt . $650/mo I
$650/dep 1BR api . $750/mo/ $750.dep.
7-12 mos. lease Sea Villa 920 2nad S. N


JAX BEACH 2BR townhouse, near
ocean, CH&A, WDHU, no pets. $950/mo.
+$500/dep 246-3130.
2BR 1 58A townhouse. PVB. 1000sl, all
apple, wood floor, porcelain rile, scr. lanai.
adequate storage, many upgrades.
$850/mo Please call (904)246-5818.
2BR/2BA AT The Palms in Jax Beach,
great amenities, recently remodeled, ga-
rage Small pets OK $1050/mo.
Iloor. Large deck, 1 block to beach
$C1050omo includes water. 241-0897
ATLANTIC BCH 2BR/1.5BA Townhome.
$800'mo .$800 security dep. Avail
1/14'07. 241-8508
ATLANTIC BEACH- 263 Ahern St..
$850/mo., 287 Ahern St., $800/mo., 2
blocks to ocean, across from Town Cen-
ler, 2BR/1BA, CH&A, hardwood floors, tile
bath & kitchen. No pets. $800 deposit, wa-
ter. garbage & sewer included in rentl.
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/1BA studio apt. lust
steps to ocean! $650/mo. Also 2BR/2BA
lor $995/mo All South Realtry, 241.4141.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575. on pii-
vate lots Near Maypon Naval Station, no
dogs. 333-5579.
NEPTUNE, GORGEOUS duplex, 3/2,
1 5 biks to ocean. gar Downslairs,
$1300/mo Upstairs- cathedral ceilings,
Irpic., $1700/mo. (904)993-9191.


We have OCEANFRONT properties as well

As properties.from Mayport to Ponte Vedra,

All with PHOTOS Visible at our Web Site:

4BeachesRealty.com or can:

4-Beaches Realty at: 904/249-3077

OCEANVIEW, 2BA 1BA, CH/A, WDHU, BEACHES/ PVB 1, 2, & 3BR with ocean
808 1st St S, JB. Apt 3 888-259-0783. views, Irom $800/mo., 233-4545.

LUXURIOUS Pelican Poinl 2BR'2BA.
available now. $1700-$2600/mo 3 monin
minimum rental. (904)241-7206
1-1/2 BLOCKS Io Ocean, 1st Ave South.
1BRi1BA $685/mo (904)891-0606
JAX BEACH 1BR/tBA Apt. 119 5tn Ave
So Pool, off street parking, across street
from beach, hardwood Iloors/ carpeting
$850/mo (904)273-5206.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment excel.
lent location, 2 blocks lo Ocean. very
clean. No pets $575/mo 642-1214 or
JAX BCH- 116 131h Ave N. downstairs,
1/2 blk to och, 2BR.'1BA, CH&A $995/mo
tdep Avail April '07 (904)472-3699

MAYPORT LANDING Townhome 2/2, end
unit. CH&A. tile lIoor, 1177 Songbird Lane
$825/mo. 280-2728 leave message
NORTH JAX Beach. Efficiency, $495/mo
1BR. $595/mo 1 block to Ocean Pool. No
pets. 249-5368
ATLANTIC BEACH oft Seminole Rd.
Beautiful newer 3/2 5 townhome, 10h ceil-
ings, lignil & bright, hardwood Iloors, 1 car
gar. small fenced backyard, 8 blocks to
beach $1495/mo.. Ilexiole terms. And al-
so avail.

Jax Beach, Jardin De Mer condo Beauli-
ful, new 212 w/ Irplc. & garage First tloor.
$1095/mo. Call June. First Trust Realty.

* Frankie m


Jax Beach
" 2BR/2BA condo, Flagler Crossing.
2 blocks from ocean, tile & carpet
$ I150/mo
+ 2BR/2BA TH. MNla pii Landing.
$750 - $795/mo
+ 3BR/2BA, MNayport Landing,
ne. carpet, ne, appliances
+ 3/2 H, Hidden Cove, 2 car garage on
pond, freshly painted, 150i0 SF -
+ 2/2 Condo, Deerfield Lakes. nice unit.
pool, N'/D hookup - i$S'(/mio
Neptune Beach
* 3BR/ I 5BA Apt..Across from Ocean
S" Wood floor s', '\aieitoh.lcead:l-u.lt.n ,
" i a ' ,'e 1, . l.t.iflO ,lu t r .. .' -
SCall LuS for
Professional Property Management
Call 249-2322

BEACH Living at its Finest
* 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments & Townhomes
* Walk to Ocean, Schools & Shopping
* Clubhouse, 3 Pools, Balconies

i . . I (Corner of Penman & Seagate)


ATL BCH, 2/1, carpon, w/ WD/Hu,
1000sl, large enced yard, open floor plan,
lawn service, $950/mo., TDO Manage-
ment Services, 246-1125.
3BR 2BA, tile floors, frplc., jacuzz, tub.
fenced backyard. $1400/mo. 1123 19th St.
N., Jax Bch. 571-9248.
W. ATLANTIC BCH Duplex, 2BR/1.5BA,
$850/mo. East Coast Realty, 962-7766.
JAX BEACH, 3+BR/4BA, remodeled,
charming old Florida style home, pool, off
street parking, across street from beach/
park, 115 5th Ave. So., $3200/mo,
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA, 1212 151n Ave.
No., $1200/mo, 710-2600. 534.3411.
PVB- SAWMILL Lakes, 3/2 all tile, up.
grades, $17001mo JH Finders 536-2349.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2 5BA, 1400sl.
corner unit; well Kept townnouse, W/D,
screened porch laces nature; $1425/mo;
'NEPTUNE BCH. 3BR/2BA, large yard. car
port. walk to beach, includes washer! dry-
er. $1299/mo. 285-2952.
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1250/mo + deposit,
W'BEACHES IBIS Point, 3/3 w/oflice. ,
2400st, GR w/fireplace, LR, DR, EIK, cov-
ered patio, spnnkler system, water soften-
er, $1575/mo. TQO Managerrent Serv-
ices. 246-1125.
OCEAN CAY, 3/2, ret. ng./ wash/ dry,
lawn maint.. $2200/mo, 477-3183.
OAK HARBOR, 3/2, CH&A, WDHU, re-
modeled kitchen, S105OJmo + deposit,
249-3214 or 945-3303.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1 5BA, 1450sf.. 1212
151h Ave. N., 12,blocks to beach; close to
Fletcher HS, Florida room, large kitchen;
W/D, fenced yard.. $1250/mo. 710-2600,
ATLANTIC BEACH, gorgeous 3/2. No
pets. No smokers $1000/mo +security,
ADORABLE. 3/2. newly renovated home
in Pomne Vedra Wood L floors, fenced
yard, quiet neighborhood $1295/mo.
Lawn service incl. Call 476-5071 for an
Eagle Ridge Drive. 4BR/2.5BA, 2000sf.
$1495/mo. 241 -RENT or 733-3730.

JAX BEACH- 428 3rd Ave. So.. 2BR/iBA
house, CH&A, lenced yard, $775/mo,
BRAND NEW Keywest, single family
home. gated community, 2900- sl,
4BR/3.5BA, 2 car garage, $18001mo.
$499,900. (904)608-2579.
PVB PLAYER'S Club 4/3, updated, large
lot on pond, $1650/mo Call 234-6854.
Ron, Realtor.
N. JAX Bch, 4BR 1.5BA, newly remod-
eled, lanced backyard, garage plus shed.
Great neighborhood $1200/mo
3BR/1BA, 8 blocks to ocean, CH&A,
WDHU w/large separate utility shed,
lanced backyard w/iki bar, BBQ pit. Must
see to apprecialel 820 3rd Ave. S, JB.
$850/mo -dep. Must pass credit check.
Donnie 992-0088, 246-3690, 333-1822.
car. sun porch, fenced yard. Avail. Jan.
o07. Shon term lease avail. $1100/mo i-
security, (904)928-3661.
fireplace, fenced yard, 3 blocks to ocean
$1150/mo. (904)742-6423.
JAX BCH 1503 Tanglewood Rd 3/1.
WDHU, lafenced yd. $1200/mo +sec. dep

December 29, 2006

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BEn010ise doBEACH RENTALS I5 F I I, I -,
, Unfurnished Homes 131 Magnolia - NB 2BR/IBA, ground floor Kensington -St Aug4BR/3BA, new home, all
I Serena Point - JB 3BR/3BA. ne,\ top floor large duplex, plus den. less than block to bch. iled and upgraded. 3 car garage, patio, comm.
,- condo. direct oceanfront \iews, amenities, $1000/mo. pool. $2200/mo.
garage. 3000/mo. Intracoastal West Unfurnished Condos
! Oceanside 932 - JB 3BR/3.5BA, condo has Palms at Marsh Landing - JB
, luxurious features. ocean porch., sunset porch. Bishop's Court - Hodges Screened porch, lile floors, amenities.
1 garage. $2800/mo. . End units .%/iews, all appliances, amenities. BR/BA. 3rd floorith garage. 925/menities.
SI BRI BA, ground floor. $850/mo.BR/I BA. 3rd floor with garage. $925/mo
430 9th Avenue N. - JB 3BR/2.5BA, wo IBR/IBA ground loor. $850/mo. 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1000/mo.
. story home w/pool, fenced'yard, hardwood IBR/IBA. ground floor. $865/mo. 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit, vaulted
floors. 2 car garage. $2295/mo. Overlook - Southsie. 2BR/2BA. ground ceilings. $1050/mo.
I North Shore - JB.3BR/2BA. brand new floor w/new carpet & paint, upgrades, Belleza- PV 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor top/end unit,
i construction..w/incredible ocean views, amenities. $975/mo. fireplace. vaulted ceilings, all upgraded. 0
, upgrades, garage, amenities. $2000/mo. anti - Kernan 2BR/2BA, ground floor $1000/mo.
, Pablo Beach South - JB 3BR/3 5BA, three condo, upgraded, screened porch, w/private Ocean Links - PV
Story tonhouse "/ocean vies. balconies, water view. $1000/mo 2BR/2BA, ground floor w/fireplace, screened
Attached garage S900/mo. IL Vilagio- Southside 2BR/2.5BA two story porch, amenities. $1100/mo
Oakbridge at Sawgrass - PV condo w/upgrades throughout, screened porch, Jardin De Mer - JB
4BR/2BA. home has. screened lanai, on .amenities. 200/mo. 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor condo wall the upgrades.
lagoon, 2 car garage. comm. pool. $1550/mcid / g
I Solano Ca) - PV 3BR/2.5BA. two story Brightwater - Gate Pkwy 3BR/2.5BA. end garage, fireplace, balcony. $1150/mo.
I home, two car garage, comm. pool. unit townhouse. screened porch, attached Villas at MarshLanding-JB
$ S1500/mo. garage, club pool. $1250/mo. 3BR/2BA, ground floor end unit. screened porch. 4
i The Fountains - PV 3BR/2.5BA, tow nhduse Point Meadows Place - Gate Pkwy amenities. $1200/mo.
. w/wood floors.ne\w carpet,el enclosed tiled 3BR/2BA, newer top floor condo, porch,
[. porch, lots of upgrades. $1250/mo. elevator, amenities, carport. $1290/mo RE/MAX COASTAL REAL ESTATE -
I The Courtyards - Mayport of AB Windsor Parke - Hodges 3BR/2.5BA, two Sh S't
I, 3BR/2.5BA. prism ate. updated unit story home w/deck, fireplace, enclosed porch, (904) 285-5640
1 w/garage, patio, balcony, overlooks lagoon. enced backyard. $1995/mo. www.rentthebeaches.com

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Dece~mber 29-2006

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

3BR/ 1.5BA, Ponte Vedra. close to Beach
& JTB, $1200/mo, 294-1114.
JAX BEACH, 421 17th Ave. N. 3BR/1BA,
FR w/fireplace carport, screened porch.
$1100/mo. +$500/dep. No smoking.
543-9749, 504-9200.
SOL.ANO. WOODS, 3/2,, 1600stf, BR,
w/wood floors, ceramic tile throughout,
open kitchen with eat-in area, screened
patio, $1600/mo. TDO Management Serv-
ices, 246-1125.
W/ BEACHES, Ibis Point, 3/2, LR/ DR/
Greatroom w/fplace, new carpet, ceramic
tile, sunroom, fenced yard, lawn service,
sprinkler system. $1650/mo. TDO Man-
agement, 246-1125..'.
ATLANTIC ,BEACH, 1200sqft.,3/2 split
floor plan, makes for great roommate liv-
ing. 2 driveways and front entries, newly
remodeled, $1500/mo., deposit andutilit-
ies extra, small pet considered w/ deposit.
Call 237-6655 or 514-6092.
3BR/25BA TOWNHOUSE, in desirable
AB, Selva Lakes, very clean, newer model
wiln over 1900sl 2 car garage w/WDHU.
Community pool 5mm bike to beach.
Walking distance to park 51800/mo.
4.5 blocks to ocean, 51300/mo, +700 dep.
JAX BEACH. 2BR/1BA, WDHU, 1103 51hn
Ave. S $925/mo 220-5797
ATLANTIC BEACH townhome ior lease.
2BR/2.5BA lIoft area Many extras includ-
ing lerted jacuzzi tub, oversized shower.
Duill in Murphy Bed and desk space, gran-
lie counters. enclosed palio and two car
garage Community pool and only
7 blocks to beach access. Call Kevin Fol-
som Laieslyies at 904-612-1191 to see

ATLANTIC BEACH This beautiful, water-
front, 2-slory lownhome with vaulted ceil-
ings features 2 bedrooms wiln lott/ bed-
room and 2 5 baths. For additional record-
ed information, please call 861-4636, and
when prompled. enter Ine location number
61190 Would consider a 7 month lease.

3/2 house, 1 car garage, $925/mo.
2/1 house, 1 car garage, $950/mo.
3/2, 1005sl. $850'mo
2/1.5 townhome. $850/mo
2/1 duplex, $1195/mo.
3/2 1 car gar , 1700st, $1495/mo
4/2. $1795/mo
3/2, 2 car garage. 5995/mo
3/2, 2 car garage $1395/mo.
: includes vatd service
3/2. 1450si. $1195/mo
4/2. 1774si. 51275;mo
'4, . 2800s1. $2495,'mo
"4 4/2.5. $1575/mo.
3.2. 154-ist, $1195,mo.
3,2.2 car gar. 2000si, $1395/mo.
3 units, 2'2 & one 3.'2
Irom $990- $1250/mo
S 4.2.2 car gar.. 20001. $1350'mo.
4.2, 2 car gar.. 1990i, $51525/mo
- 4.2.5 $1950/mo
3/2, 2 car gar, $950.mo.
: 32, 1310s, $1395,'mo
S,22 5895.'mo ,.
Nine 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Priced irom $1095,mo To $1825,mo.
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
S. PONTE VEDRA- Like new, 3BRj2.5BA
in Tunie Shores' Club pool. tennis & more'
51950,mo All South Realty 241-4141.
1129 Sebago Ave So.,' Oak Harbor
Ail new 3BR/2BA. lie/carpel, fenced, no
peis. $1200/mo
1123 Sebago Ave So 3BRP2BA. great
shape enced,. screened porch, carpon, no
S pels, $1300mo. 631-3583 or 612-8868
PVB. 2 extremely clean 3BR nomes avail-
Sable $1550,mo and $1750,mo. 285-6551,
SNICE 2BR'1BA lownnouse liar. Large
Kitchen, appliances, ceramic tile.. Lois of
closeis Close to beaches & Maypon. 66
West 51h St. AB. $950.mo, 465-2163.
ATLANTIC BEACH - Beacn cortage.
3BR'den 1.5BA hardwood, carpet & tile
floors, ceiling plans large fenced backyard
awdeck. 5 blocks to beach, 1 year lease.
260 Belvedere St $1200,mo Call 246-
NEPTUNE BEACH. 219 Cherry St.. 1
block to ocean. 2 siory beach home.
3BR/2BA. 1BR1BA guest cottage. Flon-
da room w/fireplace. office/ bonus room,
large paio. appliances. WDHU. garage
$2150,mo. 246-1.779. 210-8002

Townhouse, 1100sf. 1415 4th St N. Jax
Beach. $1000/mo, first and last to move
in Call (904)868-7702 or (904)333-9785
to see.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3/1, large fenced
yard, new kitchen, WD/HU, tile floors,1300
sqft., $975/mo. +deposit. Available Jpn. 2;
249-4349 . ' .
ATLANTIC BEACH, beautiful, large
2BR/2 5BA lownhome, 5 blocks to beach,
fireplace, WD, $1150/mo (904)742-6423
ATLANTIC BCH townhouse, 3.5BR/ 2BA,
everything new, ceramic tile throughout.
marsh view 2979 Bayshore Dr., Maypon
Landing. Must seel $1100/mo. 465-2163.
PVB/ SOLANO Cay, 3/2. two stories.
jacuzzi, 1600sqht., $1550/mo., JH Finders,
536-2349. :
RIP TIDE, 3BR/2BA, 1760 sqft., updated
home; $1700/mo., very private tropical
backyard, summer kitchen, 465-1310.

JAX BEACH Oceans Edge Condo. Brand
new 1/1 & 2/2, granite kitchen, assign
parking, reson style pool, summer kitchen,
fitness center, clubhouse and more. Start-
ing at $1200/mo Call Kathryn lor details
OCEANFRONT. 2BR/2BA condo. fully lur-
nished/ unfurnished. Available immediate-
ly. Long-tlerm lease. 465-4101
totally remodeled & absolutely new. New
granite & cabinets in kitchen & oath. New
tile, paint, windows & appliances. Walk-in
custom closet with built-ins. Covered park-
ing. Water included $1375/mo.,
adult condo community In Atlantic Beach.
1BR/1A. ground floor, covered parking,
pool, 55 and over. $1000/monin includes
water & cable. Must seel 571-5517
AB, 3BRi2BA, furnished, ground floor,
pool $1400/mo No pels (904)608-4325.
the Intracoastlal Waterway 3/4BR, 3.5BA,
approximately 2700sf. w/marina view. Re-
son style living. $2450/mo. Includes 1-car
garage, water, sewer, cable, pool. spa,
clubhouse, health club. Marina Walk, gat-
ed communityMarsh and marina views.
40' boat slip available. Call 463-2845.
A1A/JTB NEW 3'2 5 condo. 1868 sf. lull
amenities, covered parking, walk to shops,
dining S1825/mo Realtor/ Owner (904)-
2BR/ 2BA, ground Iloor, gated community.
5 star living. $925/mo Call Steve Macri,
Country Ciub Real Estate (904)662-9015.
PVB 2BR/2BA, w/fireplace, new appilan-
ces, washer/dryer, many amenities.
$1000/mo. 472-0914.
2/2 CONDO w/marsh view Wood Iloors,
granite counter-tops. and fireplace. Locat-
ed 12 blocks from beach In pnvate com-
munity. $1200imo Call Tea for details
ATLANTIC BEACH. Remodeled condo/
lease 2BR/1.SBA, A/C. security. New ap-
pliances No pets. 5850/mo.. +$850/dep.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA. oceanfront, 1st
floor, pool W/D. $1800/mo. 655-6533.
2BR/2BA w/garage,. 2nd floor, screened
porch, all amenities, resort lile. $1175/mo.

OCEANFRONT NEW 3/3, garage, consid-
er lease option, $2650/mo. 463-7 343
3/2. JAX Bcb, gated community with pool,
open floor plan, spacious closets, his/ her
sinks, beautiful views of marsh. $1250/mo.
6 months lease. Call 407-896-9405.
SEE THE OCEAN 2BR/2BA newly renrod-
eled w/granite, maple cabinets, new tile
and carpet, fireplace, W/D and balcony.
Great location, in Jax Bch. $1150/mo.
PVB WALK/ bike beach. Large 2BR/2BA
w/ gaage, FP & W/D. Excellent $. $1050 -
$1150/mo 635-6375.
THE PALM, 3/2. lower level. tile/ carpet,
washer/ dryer, garage. $1250/mo. TDO
SManagement Services 246-1125
ATLANTIC BEACH, near Base. 2BR/'
1.5BA, 2-story, freshly painted, new lile,
fireplace, lenced backyard, W/D
$925/mo. (904 806-2516.
BRAND NEW 3/2 Condo at Oceans Edge
in Jax Beach. Fantastic location, fabulous
amenities $1650/mo No pets. 553-8634
lerranean 3/3, 2100sf condo. Kitchen
w/grandle, stainless steel appliances & 42"
cabinets. Oversized looms, large closets,
huge screened lana, & peaceful views. 1st
floor w, backyard. All appliances included
Garage w/storage Intracoastal waterfront,
gated community wipool & fitness center
Minutes to Beach/ Southside for easy
commule to work, malls &. restaurants
Dock space also available., $1895/mo.,
JAX BEACH 3BR/2BA, 1500st w/garage.
Jardin de Mer, vaulled ceilings, like new.
51500/mo. .-deposit No pets Avail 2/1,
Call Jelf 613-1580
consider lease option. $1750/mo.
MAYPORT, 2BR/2BA. $850/mo. Call

4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
S. JAX Bch. 2BR,' fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
nished homes & condos From $500 per
weekly All South Reallty, 241-4141
homes. Weekly/monlnly. Visit us at,
laxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or

LOOKING FOR roommate to share new
condo. Must be clefn, neat. 1/3 rent. utilit-
ies, & fees, 463-2845.
roommate to snare nice house in quiet
neighborhood in Atlantic Beach. 3BR/2BA.
$700 plus hall utilities. 219-4307
FURNISHED ROOM in nice apartment'
near beach $100/wk. dep 343-2163.
ROOMMATE TO share house near
FCCJ & UNF. Fully furnished. cable.
fenced yard $580/mo. includes utilities .
ROOM AVAILABLE in 3/2 nouse w/hot tub
in Neptune Beach, 2 blocks from beach.
Available January 1st for $500/mo. +utblit.
ies Call (9041662-2336.

*,* 6FR ENT 27

OFFICE. RENTAL spaceIi'S.outh 3rd St.
avail. Immed. - downstairs, carpeted, with
built in work/ copy area Including'storage
& file cabinets; 1400 sq. ft., consisting of
5-6 indiv. office/wk areas, & 2 bathrooms,
plumbing avail, for break room/ kitchen
area. If desired, space can .be subdivided.
Call 247-1770 for appt. to view.
NEPTUNE BEACH 650 a ft. business of-
fice, ample parking, 3rd Street signage,
convenient location, available Japuary.
Call 246-9520.
tune Beach, 1200sf w/5 large offices,
1400sf open floor plan (build to suit), or
combine space for 2600sf. Recently reno-
vated, ample parking, water-included, no
CAM. For more information, Call 246-0009
or 514-6092.
NEW OFFICE SPACE in prestigious
shopping center on Beach Blvd. in Jax
Beach. Jonathan 866-6937.
3010 South 3rd St - 2nd floor Wesi prol.
space consisting ol 4 indiv offices and a
waiting' recp. area. Call 247-1770 lor
apple. to view.

(21 OFFICE Condos 114051 each, 210
west of 195 Avail 1/1/07 904-687-3000
lease, 3629sf Office included. Large park-
ing lot, beach side of rniracoaslal
1770)929-1721, i678)525-0854.

FREE CATS and Kitlens to approved
homes Call 242-0224.
to the right home on a Dreeding contract

FOUND DOG, short black coal. white
markings, three legs. Found 12125, 10am
between Beach & Ailanlrc on San Pablo
Rd., 705-3883.
HOMELESS PETS lor adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.-
REWARD! I am a lost Border Collie mix.
5 months old. Please call my Mommy!!!
343-3865, 422-0835.
Missing since 12,22i06, lost in 1200 block
61n Ave. N. "Woody" is a while male car
wiih black palcnes on his, back & black
ears, nose and tail He is neutered and
has current rabies snots. REWARD
OFFERED! Please call 241-4344 He is
much loved and missea.!l

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tested divorce papers Without Kidsi (wle
you wail) With kios a little longer Since
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the 1991 1G3CW53LXM4332234 OLDS
1991 1G6DW5-4E1MR722004 CADILLAC
1992 WAUBJ54A2NN05-104 AUDI
1992 1G1JC544-1N7310505 CHEVROLET
19924JT1SKllE2NU050879 TO'.OTA
1993 4T1SK12E8PU190758 TOYOTA
1994 2CNBE18U6R6915670 CHEV',
- 1994 JM1BG2248R0718540 MAZDA
1994 1G8ZK5578RZ104419 SATURN
S 1995 1GDEG25ZOSF524698 GM CORP
S 1995 tGNDT13W1S'2253034 CHEV''
1996 1G8ZK527XTZ1-49616 SATURN
wilh 1996 3VWHD81H5TM052586 VW
I Or- 1996 1G2JB5249T7545268 POUTIAC
ach, 1996 1G3AJ55MOT633361 7 OLDS
ling 1996 3B7HC13Y 7TM13-617 DODGE
dis- 1997 1GNFK16R7VJ435140 CHEVY
:om- 1997 4C3AU5?N6VE 134801 CHRYSLER
d on 1999 JT2BG22K8X0295205 TOYOTA
p.m. 1999 1GNDU06E6XD249809 CHEVY
116 1999 JA3AY26A1XU025838 MITSUBISHI
1999 2C3HD46RiXH842361 CHRYSLER
2001 1G2NE52T01M515977 PONTIAC
lore 2001 2C3HD46R01H620188CHR' SLER
)peal 2002 JKBVNAP142A004938 KAWASAKI
n re- 2004 3C4FY48B14T275062 CHR'iSLER
such 2001 1G3GR64HX14295027 OLDS
ed a 1996 2G1FP32PXT2165342 CHEVY
erba- BL 12/29.06

All levels styles & ages Will come io yboui
home Piano Tuning alSo available
241-4954. 655-3300
TUTORING ALL sublecis all age Rea
sonable rates. Jax Bch 379 0345
IF YOU are inleresied in adjeniing urin3er
ins category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail. classiiiec@beachelieader com

pendable and loving CDA or equivalency
needed Also looking for arlernoon Tleach-
ers & Subs Call The Red Scnool -iouse

HELP WANTED clas..icalons in ihih
newspaper are intended to announce gen.
uine current lob openings No leer may be
charged Io the prospective employee A.s
ior sell-employment or business copporiu.
Sniies appear under ire Business Oppon.u
nities category Ads which may r.e-uire
payment or fees for ernploymeni inIorma-
lion guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service Should any Help Wanied
advertiser ask lor a eie or iyhrie adveniser
is onrenng a produce or service raihier Iran
a lop opening, please .pl.ty ., Bejse .
Leaper.-249,9033 - *".-'-~r . , ''--
AFTERNOON' TEACHER for 2yr olds..
M-F. 3-6prn. lor church rpreschool Some
experience required 2_6-.2891 ior ilefr-
view. Dependable applicants c-niv
Sell motivated, lasi moving. le.,bie, mulln
task person Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable iransportalion a must
6pm-10 30prm, or later Call Debbie aher
2pm. 285-3400 ex i 3352 DFWP

at Vicar's Landing iPonie Vedra) Compel:
live pay. benelis. bonus and schloisnips
awarded annually Drug iree workplace,
EOE Call 273-1734

ROOM FOR RENT, $380/mo. Responsi- GMI 1B3EJ56HOSN578247 1995 DODGE
ble, Non smoker 247-2818. A regular meeting of the City of Atlantic 1B3XC56R7MD205341 1991 DODGE
ATLANTIC BCH rental. Looking tor 2 Beach Code Enlorcement Board will be 1FABP52U3A281598 1988 FORD
roommates $850/mo each. includes elec- held on Tuesday, January 9, 2007. at IFAL P6538SK113917 1995 FORD
tric & water Phone & cable not included. 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chamber at FTDE4NSW9GHB25766 199586 FORD
Avail 1/01/07 200-8977. City Hall, 800 Seminole Road, Alianic 1G1FPEKL19GH077 19896 FORCHEVY
Beach,FloridaFP2E6KL9074 1989 CHEVY
NEWLY RENOVATED 3/2 LaKeront Beach Florida 1G2JC54HXN7532285 1992 PONTIAC
SA ntic Beach. $400/mo - 1/2 utilit- Anterested are not1G2NE5D1M57305 1995 PONTIAC
U-vai bl gofw, 249-4, - " -., * I, present -atsaid time and place. and 'y -.,1G_2f4H -T957RH t3 199 BUOC KA
SOOTH "A -Beach, large pnvate-room, shall be'heard. 11 a person decides to ap- G6CD5152K4330858 1989 CADILLAC
w/ bath. lumished. cable, private entrance, peal any decision at any meeting or near- 1G6CD53B6M4311543 1991 CADILLAC
CA/H, $140/wk + $140 deposit. on bus ing, he will need a record of the proceed- 1G6CD53BXP4227472 1993 CADILLAC
line, 246-0862. wings. and for such purpose may need to9105 1986 CHEVY
~~~_____~~_____ensure [hat a verbatim record ol the pro. 1iGBEG25H2G7119105 1986 CHEVY
ceedings is made, which record shalin- 1GCCS14Z7Nr8116357 1992 CHEVY
* Mclude the testimony and evidence upon 1HGCAF522KA10852622 1989 HONDA
which appeal is to be based. 1MELM6245RH622661 1994 MERCURY
in accordance with the American with Dis- 1N4BU31F2PC21424 1993NISSAN
abilities Adc, persons needing a special 1N4PB22S3HC871901 1987 NISSAN
PONTEVEDRA accommodation participate inths pro VBT21C1K5 1 2989 FORDYSLER
ceeding should contact Donna Bussey 2C3HD36M32H106884 2002CHRYSLER
OFFICE SPACE CityClerk at 247-5809 or at City Hall 800 2MEBM75F8K 727375 1989MERCURY
Seminole Road. 4A3AA46G81 E034203 2001 MITSUBISHI
AVAILABLE BL 12/29/06 4C3AU52N9VE 187380 1997 CHRYSLER
A4T1BE32K65U542225 2005 TOYOTA
" Short or Long Term PUBLIC NOTICE T1SK2E8P218610 1993 TOYOTA
JM1BK143X61422308 2006 MAZDA
* Secretarial Services CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH JN1MS34P6MW006542 1991 NISSAN
JT8UF11E7T40139001 1992 LEXUS
" Conference Room Notice is hereby given Inal the Planning LAWTAB2084C615330 2004 OIANJIANG
and Development Review Board lor the LFGTCKPL451014615 2005 TAIZHOU
* East of A I A/ City ol Neptune Beach will hold a Special CHUANL
Meeting and Public Hearing on Wednes- NOVIN HMEMDE
, walk to beach day January 3, 2007 at 7:00 p.m., at SMT600FS62J 157969 2002 TRIUMPH
Neptune Beach City Hall, 116 First St.. WBAAK7409E8417835 1984 BMW
* Close to shopping/ Neptune Beach, Florida
BL 12'29'06
(904) 543-70 TRICT Ts ern mwas orgnally scned-
uled'for December 16,12006) ,-. * - -
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SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete * * FIREWOOD * *
rune-up All makes, all models, $49.50. Seasoned oak Any quantity. Pickup or
,2412112. d Seasoned oak Any quantity. Pickup or
. ., . delivery. 994-2067.

We service & sell all makes & models
Free eslimale Family owned & operated
CAC1814887, Padgetls AC. 588-5222.

HOUSE CLEANING. babysilina or care-
giver services Experienced. lets. Call
Jacqueline (904)1620-7995
CLEANING BY Christopher catenng to
the beaches area., 904)725-2738
14 years experience Reasonable prices,
low minimum rates, weekend appoint-
menis available 1904)525-7419.

WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace.
35yrs Experience. References. Mick Out-
door Enterprises. 241-7276, 838-9599.


SEASONED FIREWOOD lull size truck
load. twice Ine size ol small truck. David
993-8348. Bubba 651-4564. Free delivery.
STACKS/ Truckload or Corawood Pickup
or Delivery. Call 285-6427

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email. classified@ beachesleader.com
applications, house-calls training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or email:

WINSOR LAWN Servce, Inc Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237.5301.

lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967.

* * *
Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Lawn care.
Janitorial Service, etc. Call Hermon, 246-
4238, 612-1755
* * *
PALM TREES. Hedges Trimmed. Yard
Clean-ups, Mulching. Sodding, whatever it
takes, etc. Dave 249-4724.
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esli-
mates Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.

WE DO Concrete Repair. New Driveways,
Patios, Sidewalks, Slabs. Stamp Con-
crete. Call 880-2994.

Sale roof cleaning. Deck & fence
restoration Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin , 994-0045.

free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.

Landscaping Design 0.
Sod Work
Replanting - 9
Weed Control
Irrigation *,*ca"
(904) 537-7284 www.thoughtsofparadise.com

Lawn Services
Weed Eat
Edge ,
Pressure Washing
Bush/Tree Trimming
Hauling & Cleanup
(904) 361-8256

Contractor will paint any avg size room
$95. (904)613-1271

NEW CONSTRUCTION. remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men.
lion this ad 246-1529.
knolch work guaranteed Painting, trim.
carpentry, wood repair. pressure washing
Licensed/ Insured Free estimates
sure washing, painting, drywall repair. lex-
lure & wallcoverings 25 years experience
Lic., insured, rets 1904)403-7389

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified @ beachesleader.com

IF YOU, are interested In advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
mail: classified@beachesleader.com '


IF YOU are ,inerested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email classilieo@ibeacnesleader.com

Repairs specializing in termite damage
Anything you need' KiIchens. baths, tile,
walls, lexiure & painrling. Roots gutters,
doors & windows Room additions, dry-
wall, decks & looting Licensed & insured.
10 yrsexp 19041509-2857
CGC 1505263. Commercial & Residential.
New homes. room additions, remodeling,
stucco, siding. Any small rush repairs.
Quality Guaranteed Affordable prices.
Free estimates 1904|234-1179. Visit us

dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
pairs, Free Estimates. Call anytime. All
work 100% guaranteed. 904-484-6077 -

OUALITY HOME Repair Paining. Wood
Repair, Pressure Washing and more.
17yrs experience Licensed/' insured.

ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices' @ the
Beach. 25yrs. experience 880-9908
CCC 1326983.
ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodeling/Construction. States Certified
Roofer #CCC1325888 Member BBB
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com

Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
grinding. Since 1986.

QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal, &
Painting. Residential, Commercial.
25yrs. Experience. References+ FREE
ESTIMATES. Steve, 285-1778.

New Year's Resolutions

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'The Condo Lifestyle'
in. Ponte Vedra
Enjoy 'five star' services
and amenities!
Long Term Renials
1/1 furnished $900
All new interiors!
1/1 w/fp/screened lanai $995
2/2 w/fp andw/d $950-$1000
2/2 w/fp and screened lanai
$1195. $1250
New cubhouse, heated pool
& fitness center!
Too much to hf..you must visit
Suvco st Management, LLC
(904) 285-4840

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ClassifiJ 6/

m a t, t a Premier
Weekends, un Health Center.
Retirement liable at Fleet Landing
A. pplcationOne Fleet Landing Blvd.,
i: ASFCUrty L; Fax to (904)24p-9447;
: n Bc st@fleetlandlng.com EOE/
Dnmall| Io0olkplaseg
PHYS - THERAPY Aide, P/T. Busy or-
Shro clinic. Experience preferred, but
n' t ' i"_rpd. Flexible' hours. Rate de-
n'. ~or. experience: Fax resume to:
Spg85-4663. , -.
D -CARE P/T, experienced. Early
Must have vehicle. Call.285-4165. I.
AYROL/ HR Admin. Must have ADP '
PayEx and EZ Labor experience. E-mail
I resume to
., " ': - -

f Cook/ Part-li'me Manager. Days. available
Mon.-Sat Flexible staning date. Some
Deentils Fun place to work. 273-4785.:
P/T, SATJ-SUNJ MON. Detail orented'in-,'
dividu31al. Starting pay negotiated 'GollF'
'Pnvileges. Prone 904-246-4827,. email
accouniing@selvamarna.com or tax re-
sume to 246-9121. DFWP. /

. experienced Teachers & Assistant Teach-
ers FiT & P.T available. We otter a corn-
pellirve salary &, behelits package. Call
273-6960 or lax resumelo: 280-5742. - '

Lawn service seeks individual to* perorm

dependable quality work Excellent-pay. &
overtime available Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, 'Inc. 246-
)967 . " , �',

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

WE ARE looking for a special parson to
manage projects and support aclivitles of
a unique marketing company located in
Ponte Vedra Beach. Requirements in-
clude at least 3,years experience as an
administrative asslastnt, proficiency with
MS Office tools Inplbding Power Polnl and
Access, experleice maintaining a data-
bpse, basic bookkeeping skills with knowl-
edge of OuicKBooks, excellence in oral
and written' coimmbhications, a commit-
ment to pCyi.dlng outstanding customer
service .n,11,) ability to set priorities and
meet deadlines. Please FAX a resume to

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23..yis. old,
gooa driving record Call 249-0360.
OFFICE CLEANERS needed ror cleaning
nightly. Will train, musl nave transponation
and phone Call 273-2761
FULL-Time, 3pm-llpm at Premiere Re-
tirement Community. Excellent oenelit
package, compellive wages, good work-
ing environment. Appl icanons available al
Fleet Landing Securny Gale, One Fleel
Landing Blvd , Atlantic Beach. FL; Fax 1o
(904)246-9447: email 10o jobs@fleetland-
Ing.com EOE./Drug-Free Workplace

* * *
DRY CLEANERS experienced counter
help. Full lime, benefits. The Cleaners,
1519 Penman Rd. Call Mrs. P. 246-1705.

SL'UNCH and Dinner Line Cooks & Klchen
Utility. You make good money working
witn.good people in a busy .walerioni res-
taurant. 285-0139.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted Clean driving re-
cord required Call April, 246-9999.
EXP TEACHERS needed lull & pan lime..
KinderCare Atlantic Bcn Call 249-0888
NOW HIRING All anlns all posions Ap-
ply in person Monday - Friday, gam-I lam
or 2pm-5pm. Ask about our 90 clay sign-
on bonus.

Full time 3pm to 11pm, Monday-Friday, al
a premier retirement community Health
Cernter.- Excellent benellls and pleasant
work environment.. Applications at Fleet
Landing Security Gate. One Fleel Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL '32233; Fax lo
(904)246-9447: email:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
workplace. -
PONTE. VEDRA Preschool Teacher
Assistailt, CDA a plus, variable hours.
Call 285-2965.
2550-7A Maypon Rd Nail Tech. Hair
Stylisl & Barber Call Ior detlals. 525-2164
ask tor Diane EOE. '
C4UB ACCOUNTANT. -Marsh Landing
Country Club (Ponte Vedra Beacn 1is now
Sriring a club. accounlant. Must nave mini-
mum 5 years general accounting experi-
ence A/R. A/P, proficieni in Excel, proc-
essing of daily sales, Jonas POS experi-
ence a plus but nol required Full Time po.
silion. with' excellent ' beneils': 'including
401k,. sick, vac Apply in person Tuesday.-
Saturday: Call 285-6514 loi -directions
Backgrouhd checkdrug !eslng,'EOE
RRESSURE' WASHING'technicians and
costt r-tron. c6len uphelp needed..Must
have valld',.drii rs-licehse. Benelits avail--
-able; 881-2071.
OFFICE -ASSISTANT/ Customer Service.
Beadh'es area Answer pnone, Word/ Ex-
cel.necb. Good pay & benefits Fax re.
SERVERS . WANTED. Chizu -Japanese
Steak House.' Apply after' 20m. 1227
' South 3rd St'., . ' , , .
Non-smoking-office. M-F 8-15-5.15 $7.'nr.
Fax resume 247-6535 or mail.lo 599 At-
lantic Blvd., #4 Atlanlic Beach, FL. 32223.
SERVERS, LINE 'Cook, Disnwashers,
Fine 'Dining.: JJts Bistro. Ponte Vedra.
273-798Q. Gale'ParKway, 996-75.7.
PROD CTION COOK,. 5. days, per.,week.
Creole experience prelfered. Call Rick
Sfrotdesk clerk, for nigpli snh,. Weekends
r! ilri-b Ple e a-pply in person 120 Al-
lantic Blvd., Neptune. Beaqn. . . .. ..
PEST CONTROL - Lawn Technician
needed, opportunity to learn a trade *ilh
greal career pofential for nard worker.
$10/nr." to train, medical. denial, retire
ment, life, 26Kt Must have valid FL driver
Ilsence. Call"726-9332.
We clean lop to bonomi Our jobs sparkle
If..you take pnide in your work call me No
weekends, M-F, 7:30am- 4pm Gooo'pay.
must have car. Random drug resting Ask
for Pete 607--1919.
BEACHES- CAR Wasn- full time help
needed. Wages negotiabie-.-ips Beneils
Avail Apply in person. 1,401 Beacn Blvd

S -'le

a - e repre native to working the .Beaches
comm'iii "Growth potential l and established a-6duritorking

shtodld r sales experience, nd should be goal- ibnted.
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OSOWin g p9eStioDS:
PoieReco, ds 'ecialist FT . P .i &
' Dispatch
begin a career? Are you ready to work for'f"i" i ithat

Mechanic Helper, Grounds' - 1 1 -
deIf ou answid YES, we may have the righcaierfor
wThe City ofnacibniloe Beach is see o fill the
infoowng osStmailedi' Amy at ' I.426

Drug Pofce Reords Speciast, FT E . PT
911 Dispatch , . . I

If You ank;find YSomplete listing of opportunities,

, www.JacksonvleBeach.org ,ora in seeoniNo ','
- 3rd Street, 2nd floor. 'For questib�s, or Youneed'
information ailed cal, - Amy at 247-6263. ' , -
Drug freework envihrnmet,, EOE, --

NEED INTERIOR trim carpenters and
.helpers. Dependable, own transp'ortalion.
Call 635-1395.

ARE you looking lor a career wiln ad-
vancemeni opportunity? SUBWAY is now
recruiting Managers. Assistant Managers,
lull and pan-lime Clerks if you are riend-
IV. reliable and a great learn player then
we would like Io talk to you
1067 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Beach. FL
Please apply in person Irom 9am-iham
Monday through Friday.
NANNY, GOOD Pay, PT/FT, days. Trans-
ponation, references needed 241-2723.
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays Must
pass drug rest and background check.
C.ail Robert @ 465-0149 "
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions For a lisiing of current opponunilies
please visil us in person 11 N. 3rd St., 2nd
iloor. call 247-6263, send an email.to
personnel@l.axbDcll net, or visil our Web-
silte www.JacksonvilleBeacn.org
Drug free work envitonrienlt EOE, VP
TEACHER FOR early learning center.
Must nave CDA or AS, and be child cen-
reted, patient, energetic, and ready to
play 1851 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach. Email:
ToApply@comcasr.net or call 242-9645

ADVERTISERS IN this category are not
otering lobs. Tmey are offering rob-related
services, and may charge lees Readers
are advised to exercise caution before giv-
ing credit card Inlormalion over the phone
withoul knowing wnal specific product or
service Iney will receive.

WARNING: WHILE Ihis newspaper does
nol knowingly accept business.oppOrtunity ,
ads wnlnh require you.to pay a'lee to gel
inlorhiation or that refer you to 976-or 900-
phone numbers which will result In sub-
stantial charges to your phone bill, the
newspaper cahnnl guarantee the validity
ol bfferings.in this classlhfcation. II any ad:
verser requires you to incur.phone serv-
ice charges or pay a lee.to learn Ihe na-
lure or the opponunity, please report i O10
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033.
sale on Philips Highway,' 504-2667.,

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LOVING, F,ULL'Day Care forming a,new" 2
year old class. Beaches Academy. Accibd
iled Florida Gold Seal Enrichmenl Center
1725 Penman Rd,' 24*3885.
AC.TIVE NANNY nonesi.. dependable.
iransp-orlaton & references. .$10-$12/hr..
any area: CPR & First Aid. P/T or FiT.

NEW otice open. excellent. therapists.
Walk-ins welcome 9am-6pm AlA/ JTB.
MM 19028.

DENTAL PLAN, only $11 95,mo. includes
vision, Rx, & chiropractic: Web sie.is
www everyonebeneiits.com/40451399 or
call (5611674-6333. Member, BBB.

IF YOU areinterested. ih advenising' under
this category. please call"904.249-9033 dr
ema;l' classifiedo'eachesleader.cdm
CARE GIVER, experienced, nonest &,de-
pendable: 'CPR & First Aid cenilied, Call
Nell 353-5390.9.10�0828 '. -

LAZY 'BOY ,goldcloth sleeper'sola & Lazy
:BoV'.red'clolh recliner,. like new $250
each, 568-2424..
KING & Oueen size'heaa boards w/chest
ol. drawers, dresser w/mirror, one night
sand charcoall, marble and black), $250:
Love seal & recliner $150 Rainsort water
sohenei w/wfaranty. (8 yri on parts; 3 yrs
on. labor $1500. Walnut kil6nen able
wlthree chairs $30. Brass chandelier.$30
Two rolls ol new beige carpel & padding,
covers 1600sf,.besi Offer. Call Laura
317-8254 or 7075729. ' ..

January 131h and .14th. Saturday, 9am-
5pm, Sunday 9am-4pm at 'the Morocco
Shrine. 3800 SI 'Johns Bluff Road, Jack-
sonville Nonh Florida Arms' Collectois.
Into i904)461-0273. :.'
Aviator,, 4'x8' reconditioned, excellent'ta-
ble. $3000 OBO. Call Joel (904)535-5293.
.., , . . . . - . .

AT&T PARTNER phone system 5 phones
installed lor 5899 249-8877

BED- BRAND name queen set.
new, w.'warranty $129 Can deliver
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp.pedic Memory
Foam malltress & boxspnring. new in
plastic w.warranty $379 Must sell
LAWN MOWER, Honda, 48 walk behind
deck mower, 110 hrs, $995, 322-7636
BED- FULL-SIZE cnerry sleigh obea,
w/manress & box spring. Must sell $395
Can deliver (904)858-9350.
6 PIECE Bearoom Set includes queen
martress & box, new still in boxes $499
Can deliver 858-9350
42' VIZIO Plasma HDTV. new in box.
$1050 Call 221-1917
BED- KING manress set, $289. Can de-
liver (9041391-0015

U.S. SILVER Coins. paying 5X lace value
and a While's XLT Melal detector
IF YOU are nlerested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classilied@beacnesleaer.com '


FURNITURE- CHEAP Misc pieces Sal
urday only 8am-lam. 319 10IhAveN
(nexi lo Love Nesil -


December 29, 2006'

BOAT SLIP For Reni. Harbonown Manna.
40' wiln water & electric, $500 463-2845

Join our team of
cleaning professionals

.. N.'-Ni g'o0 Weekends
i', '*^P "'i ; ...ti.. s"
,.� 'Pai HoH1ida '

Com petitive Wages
* Company Vehicle
- 1pf7 -in pewtn to:

2I I , F lorida Blvd.'
Moq' F~?8 -4:30
. 241-9520

New Year's Resolutions

Crossword puzzle answers are located inrthe Classified section- '.

1 Opening quartet
5 Hearts, for one
9 Presidential nickname
12 Pierce ' , . ,
16'Philippine native
17 Refrigerator name .
19 Brilliant move'
20 Diver's equipment
21 Earthquake's resolution?
24 Ear parts
25 Renaissances
26 Right-hand page
27 Hook, fox one
28 Zeros
29 Chores
30 British title' . ,
31 Brown &,si'Mmer
34 Melville novel
35 Flatfish .
36 Truck driver's spot .
39 British banked's' /l - ' '
43 Excellent
44 Celebes ox
45 Feminine'one, in
46 Short life story
4" Hysterical one
48 Senator Sam '
49 Mount Etna's resolution?
54 Animal most like man
55 Period
56 Zhivago's love & her
57 Official orders

58 Pretentiously talented
, 59 Numeral
60 Animal' title, for
J.C Harris'..
61 Bonds 'an
64 CLibe tiot of 343'
65 Fictional villain'
66 Doctor of Fin6 Arts' letters
69 With 72' Across, baking'
bread's resolution?
72 See 69 Across.,
73 Notions
74 Common verb
75 Edible root
76 Assam silkworm
77 Strange kid '-
78 Carpenter's resolution?
84 Ending. for legal
or computer
85 Hunger sign
86 Iran's buck
87 Adds
88 Concern,
, 89 Old stringed instruments
90 Words of scoin
91 Member of a religious
order .
94 Woman's tablet
95 Move
99 Duplicate
100 Pioneer's resolution?
102 Roofer
103 Anger'
104 Long-billed birds
105 Praise
106 Heialth resorts

107 By way of
108 Helper: abbr.
109 Slips up
1 Of the U.S.A.
2 Part of a tree
3 Nursery item
4 Haitian's neighbor
5 Run the _;.proceed
'. whileunder attack'
6 Oriental huisemaids
7 Pads '
8 Wind direction: abbr.'
9 Young animals
10 Vehicle
11. Records, familiarly
12 XX
13 Brass instrument
14 Incite in wrongdoing
15 Contemptible
18 Mountain home, often
19 Batty.
20 Soft mud
22 _ coffee
23 Tale teller
27 Comrades
29 Prepares _ sail; readies
for a voyage -
30 Airheads
31 "Call NMe "; 1963
Bob Hope movie
32 6th'& 7th words of
"Hickory Dickory Dock"
33 Do penance
35 Cuts
36 Of a metropolis

37 Regarding
38 Glacier chunks
40 Speed
41 Suffix meaning "word"
42 German WWII sub
43 Hindu ascetic
47 Cowboys' competition
49 Numerical prefix
50 Evergreen tree
51 Wiser
52 _ L6pez
53 Come together
55 Kilmer's masterpiece
58 Takes _; goes ahead
59 One who denies God's
loving concern for
60 Modern religion that
originated in Iran
61 Salt water
62 Adjutants
63 Rhone feeder
64'Street talk
65 Irritating sensation
66 Andrea
67 Lacy trim
68 Make _ of oneself;
act foolishly
70 River in France
71 Holiday tunes
72 Butcher's device
78 Word with glass or soft
79 Card game
80 5500 and 5500
81 Candle ingredient
82 Least fresh

83 Not at all
85 Latin pop
89 Country estate
90 Saw-leafed flowers
91 Moriths: abbr.
92 Radar screen image
93 Ms. Falana

94 Mid-:1ith-certy 'year
95 Hwys.
96 SeaWeed product
97 Sightseeing trip
98 Finishes
100 Berlin, to friends'
101 Gun owners' org.

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1990 FORD F150 XLT V8 Aulo A/C, re-
mrianufactured engine. excellent condition.
$3750, 241-8508
1996 NISSAN extended cab XE, exc.
cond, low.mi.,.A/C, split rear window, new
lires, absolutely perfect! $5200 OBO
q1997 CHEVROLET Astro Van. auto, V6,
A/C. PS, PB, AM/FM/CD. Greal work
truck, runs good $3000. 219-1276.
1996 CHEVY Blazer: 4 3L. V6. 4X4, only
75.000 miles, 4-door, auto, runs greatt
$4100 OBO. Call 813 8280.

2000 FORD Mustang convenible Stereo
CD., new Irans., $8000 838-9786.
MAZDA MPV, runs good, $1800 cash,
2002 HONDA CRV LX, dark green, Tan in-
lerior , .33,000 miles. auto, A/C,
AM/FM/CD, power windows/ locks, cruise.
Like new. $14,950. Call 724-0444.
1991 CAMARO RS. 25th Anniversary edi-
, lion, need some work, $1200. 247-4749.
2000 TOYOTA 4-Runner SR5. A/C. stereo
CD $10000, 838-9786..

2001 FORD Esconrt, new tires, stereo bat-
tery. brakes; excellent conditionn. $2500,
1991 CADILLAC Ailanle. 2-door converfi-
oile 27,000 miles, asking' $11,500 OBO,
1999 DODGE Caravan, some body dam-
age, runs great, $700 OBO 343-2163.
1988 JEEP Wagoneer Woody, great surd-
er' ride. runs $500 OBO 398-2535.
1996 ACuRA Inlegra -Special Edition"
Power everything., sunroof, ,AM/FM/!CD,'
A/C, lealher Nice conditioni' Asking
$3800. 514:3304
2000 CADILLAC El-Dorado. 2 door, pearl
while-lealher Excellent condition $5900
OBO. 19041838-8847.
2001 LEXUS RX-300, low' miles 57.000,
champagne color, lealher. roof rack,.sun-
robi. CD changer, extended warranty Iorn
manulaclurer. $18,250- (904)669-9008. -

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