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Title: The Beaches leader
Uniform Title: Beaches leader
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Beaches Leader
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Beach Fla
Publication Date: September 19, 2007
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Midweek Edition September 19, 2007


The ACHES




]BEAHES


Vol. 45, No. 26


LEADER


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


_Mayport fans wary of cruise ship impact


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Fletcher turns 70-
Beaches tradition
marks anniversary
See A-8


Baryshnikov visits -
Famed dancer opens
art show in Jax Beach
See B-5
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Team Unites -
Bicyclists take to the
streets as a team for a
benefit
See A-12


by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF WRITER
Building a cruise ship terminal in
Mayport Fishing Village could jeopard-
ize quality of life in the historic area.
Some members of the Mayport
Waterfront Partnership, a coalition of
citizens and government leaders dedi-
cated to preserving and promoting the
village, said they have concerns about
bringing cruise ships to the community.


Peyton


to speak


at town


meeting
FROM STAFF
Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton will be the guest
speaker at a town meeting
planned Oct. 4 at Fletcher
High School's auditorium.
The meeting, billed as an
annual town meeting, will be
sponsored by Jacksonville
City Councilor Art Graham
and Duval County School
Board representative Nancy
Broner, both of whom repre-
sent the Beaches on their
respective boards.
The meeting, open to all,
will be held from 7 p.m. to 9
p.m. at Fletcher High School,
700 Seagate Avenue, in the
auditorium.
SPeyton is expected to dis-
cuss Jacksonville's budget and
what will happen in the
future, Graham said.


Tree law

changes

eyed in AB

by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF WRITER
A permit may be required to
remove almost any private pro-
tected tree in Atlantic Beach -
if the Tree Conservation Board
recommends such a change to
the Commission.
The Board has a workshop
meeting Sept. 27 at the Adele
Grage Cultural Center, 716
Ocean Boulevard, at 6 p.m. to
conduct a preliminary review
of tree ordinances from other
Beach cities and coastal com-
munities and gather public
input, according to Erika Hall,
staff liaison to the tree board.
at a workshop meeting
Monday, Commissioner Jamie
Fletcher requested that the
Commission discuss changes
he wants made to the city's tree
ordinance .
His primary goal, he said, is
to make Atlantic Beach's tree
ordinance consistent with
neighboring cities so that the
city's tree canopy is better pro-
tected.
"Anybody can cut down any
tree without a system of checks
and balances," Fletcher said.
The proposed change would
essentially require that a per-
mit be obtained to remove any
tree over a set certain width,
such as 6 inches in diameter.
The width is to be determined.
In addition to the permit,
mitigation of the removal
would be required.
See TREES, A-3)


I'm just sick. I think it will destroy the village of Mayport
Partnership member Lirda Johnson


Other members acknowledged they
are uncertain whether a cruise ship ter-
minal at Mayport village would be good
or bad.'
All agreed, however, at a partnership
meeting Tuesday that maintaining


Mayport Fishing Village's lifestyle is the
primary concern.
Jacksonville Port Authority officials
said last week they are interested in
building a cruise terminal adjacent to
the St. Johns River ferry docks.


heavy rains create
lake-like conditions on
some area roads and
sidewalks in some areas
were completely sub-
merged.


Public works crews brace for more rain


Heavy rains swamp

by LIZAMITCHELL *Citizens als
:STAFF WRITER checked drain
The Beaches got off to a wet start this week storm water dr
and more rain is expected throughout the But even the
week, according to the National Weather match for Mot
Service. Edwards sai
Motorists were stranded and businesses were of the central
flooded Monday as a estimated eight inches of North, flooding
rain generated by a northeaster soaked "We live on;
Jacksonville Beach. put the water,
Ponte Vedra Beach experienced a similar pond big enou
rainfall with seven and a half inches by midday Edwards sai
Monday, according to the weather service. along portions
Jacksonville Beach Police Chief Bruce Boulevard hel
Thomason said the unexpected storms caught heavy rains.
the city by surprise. The recent
"Iwas unpredicted. The weather reports make it easier f
only called for a 40 percent of storms that the storm water
would be over by midday," Thomason said. "Instead of h
"We have seen worse but this [storm] is in the line we just di
top five." said. "It is a lot
The heaviest rainfall of the day coincided Though the
directly with high tide. During a northeaster, rainfall Tuesda'
tide levels are higher than usual. his crews are st
City Councilman Lee Buck said the flood "We are exp
runoff from the Beach Boulevard bridge con- be hitting it all
struction took aim at Beach Marine, producing First Street i
a deluge akin to "40 fire hoses aimed directly at two hours Mol
the building." Street there wa
Public Works Director Ty Edwards said his of Third Street
crews checked the drains throughout the day briefly, officials
for debris or other blockage that would halt the in Atlantic Bea
drainage. at Town Cente


JB roads

o stepped up and voluntarily
age areas to help maintain the
ainage.
e most diligent efforts proved no
her Nature.
1 the rain exceeded the capacity
drainage basin at 12th Avenue
g over part of 9th Street North.
a flat island. There is no where to
" he said. "There is no pipe or
gh."
d recent drainage improvements
s of Shetter Avenue and Beach
ped lessen the impact of the
beach outfall extensions also
or Public Works crews to dig out
er drains.
having to dig out at the bulkhead
ig at the base of the dune," he
t quicker."
Beaches didn't see the amount of
y as the day before, Edwards said
ending by for more wet weather.
acting more," he said. "We will
Weekk"
n Neptune Beach was closed for
nday due to flooding. At Fourth
s some flooding briefly. One lane
Sat Lora Street was also closed
s reported. No roads were closed
ch, but there was some flooding
r.


The Jacksonville Port Authority has
recently agreed to assume responsibility
of the St. Johns River ferry and is now
proposing a cruise terminal that would
harbor one ship for the first year of
operation and then consider adding
one or two smaller ships. A three to
four story parking garage in the area, to
accommodate cruise ship passengers, is
also proposed, according to Mayport
Waterfront Partnership Chair Paul
See MAYPORT, A-3 -


Woman

is pulled

from car

and raped

Behind police

office in JB

by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Jacksonville Beach police
are investigating the reported
sexual battery of a
Jacksonville Beach woman
who was pulled from her vehi-
cle early Sunday and assaulted
on a picnic bench behind the
offices of the city's
Community Assisted Police
Effort (CAPE).
The victim, 20, told police
.she left a friend's home at
2:30 a.m. and was driving
when her car approached a
group of men standing at the
corner of 3rd Avenue North
and 9th Street..
SOne of the men entered*the
passenger side of the woman's
car, police said, and asked the
woman for her phone num-
ber. She denied his request
and told the man to exit her
vehicle.
Police said the suspect then
asked the victim if he could go
home with her. The woman
again told the man to leave
her car and he pulled a small
black and gray handgun from
his pants pocket and placed it
in his lap.
The victim told police that
she also observed a knife with
its blade extended protruding
from the suspect's pocket
when he retrieved the firearm.
See RAPE, A-3>


Square Dancing
Group offers chance
to learn do-si-do
See B-4


Beaches Watch sponsors AB candidate forum Thursday


FROM STAFF
Beaches Watch will hold a candidate
forum at 7 p.m. on Sept. 20 at Atlantic
Beach Elementary School cafetorium, 298
Sherry Drive, for the upcoming election,
according to a press release.
The forum is open to the public and


will give voters the opportunity to learn
about the candidates and their platforms,
according to the press release.
Citizens will have the opportunity to
talk individually to the candidates.
The election is on Oct. 2 and the
uncontested Mayors seat and contested


Commissioners Seats 2 and 3 are up for
election. The following candidates have
filed to run for election:
Seat Two: Carolyn Woods and John
Fletcher.
Seat Three: Paul Parsons, Sylvia
Simmons and Jonathan Daugherty.


Photo by UZA MITCHELL
A Vision for the future:
Jacksonville Beach City
Councilman Rick Knight looks
over plans for the city's down-
town visioning project with
Reasa Pabst Monday at City
Hall. See story on page A-3.


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83/74
Windy with
some sun,
scattered
thunder-
storms.


Sunrise:
7:13 AM
Sunset:
7:25 PM


86/75
A few thun-
derstorms
possible.
Highs in the
mid 80s and
lows in the
mid 70s.

Sunrise:
7:13 AM
Sunset:
7:24 PM


A rose is a rose...

Trash is not always treasure


Some husbands buy flowers for their
wives when they have done something
wrong...others just go to their backyard.
A few lucky Atlantic Beach residents
don't have to look much farther than
that to find unusual treasures.
A group of residents whose homes
back up to the 19th Street beach access
off of Seminole Road have found several
strange items in their yards over the
years as a result of people throwing
things over their fences,, according to
Ken Haines, a resident of the street.
Among some of the items found in
their yards:


Haines' young daughter found a
pack of beer
a neighbor's dog found a new chew
toy in the form of a bra
condoms
a bag of marijuana
a dozen roses still wrapped with a
card attached (which Haines found
while doing yard work and was kind
enough to give to his wife)
The moral of the story? One person's
trash sometimes really is another per-
son's treasure. (See above list.)
Ih most cases, though, trash is just
trash. (Again, see above list.)


88/76
Scattered
thunder-
storms pos-
sible.


Sunrise:
7:14 AM
Sunset:
7:22 PM


SHypothetically speaking....

Pollsters told that giving is

Better than getting


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Get a grip.

FROM STAFF
SThe blustery winds and rain forecast for
most of this week may remind Beaches resi-
dents that the 2007 hurricane season still
has more than two months to go.
Although the band of showers that ran
across Northeast Florida earlier this week
was "not tropical in nature," the National
Weather Service said, experts caution to stay
prepared.
A California company announced last
week that its new product can help home-
owners get a grip while boarding up as a
hurricane approaches.
The product, called Gorilla Gripper,
clamps onto a sheet of plywood and uses
leverage to make the plywood seem lighter
and reduce the chance of straining the back,
arms, fingers, neck and shoulders.
."It can be hazardous working with heavy Gorilla Gripper
pieces of plywood," said Jim Cole, whose
company, .Landon Innovations of
Moorpark, Calif., makes the gripper.
"The Gorilla Gripper makes it safer and much less stressful to lift and move them
around," Cole said, nothing that a sheet of plywood can weigh up to 80 pounds.
The gripper, which is basically a clamp and a handle, is centered on the top edge of
a piece of plywood.
The worker lifts the handle with the arm fully bent at the elbow, then lifts and car-
ries the plywood. The back is kept straight, cutting the risk of injury.
The Gorilla Gripper itself is light and rugged, made of aircraft grade aluminum and
with synthetic rubber gripping pads.
Gorilla Gripper costs $49195 ahd is ahailable'thibfigh the dmniany's web'site '"
(www.GorillaG.ppepr;com). '. ..


Shady talks studied
Discussions regarding a
Jacksonville project to build
high-rise condos are under
grand jury investigation for
potential violation of the
Sunshine law, according to
Atlantic Beach Mayor Don
Wolfson..
A grand jury is investigat-
ing the city of Jacksonville
regarding the Moody ship-
yard project, which pro-
posed four 144-foot residen-
tial towers at the foot of the
Atlantic Boulevard bridge,
according to officials.
Beaches officials were
strongly opposed to the
project due to increased hur-
ricane evacuation times.
The Department of
Community Affairs also
found the project "not in
compliance" with
Jacksonville's comprehen-
sive plan.


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Today's Weather
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81/74
Windy with
showers
and a few
thunder-
storms.
High 81F.

Sunrise:
7:12 AM
Sunset:
7:26 PM


87/75
Partly
cloudy with
a stray thun-
derstorm.



Sunrise:
7:14 AM
Sunset:
7:21 PM


Moon Phases





New First Full Last
Sep 11 Sep 19 Sep 26 Oct 3
UV Index
Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
9/19 9/20 9/21 9/22 9/23

High High High Very High Very High
The UV Index is measured on a 0 11 number scale, o -igl l 11
with a higher UV Index showing the need for greater
skin protection.


If you could donate $100 to a local non-profit organization of
your choice OR receive a $50 incentive for your own personal
cause, which would you choose? In a telephone survey con-
ducted in July, 59 percent of respondents said they would prefer
to give the donation to charity rather than take the'cash (33%)
for them self.
No actual cash was actually at stake, however.
The survey, commissioned by SunTrust Bank, was developed to
gauge the public's opinions about charitable giving and the
'bank's current "My Cause" promotion which offers new or cur-
rent clients the option to donate to a local non-profit organiza-
tion of their choice or take a cash incentive for their own per-
sonal cause.
The bank's survey indicates that women are more likely to give
than men, and that older Americans are more generous with
their cash than their younger counterparts-who prefer to vol-
unteer time rather than write a check.
Hmm, perhaps because most young people have more time
than money?

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photo by UZA MTCHELL
The Beaches Branch of the Clerk of Courts has moved to its
new location in Neptune Beach and is open for business. The
office was previously located at 102 6th Ave. N. in Jacksonville
Beach, but the lease was about to expire. The new location is
in the Tradewinds Shopping Center at 1543 Atlantic Boulevard,
near the tax collector's office. Office hours are Monday through
Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The phone number is 270-
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Trees that have leaves on
them (called deciduous
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where the sun shines bright-
ly on your house. In the
summer, the leaves will
block the hot sunshine,
keeping your home cooler.
The shade can also make it
easier for your air .condition-
er to work, saving more
energy. In the winter, after
the leaves fall, the tree now
allows the warm sunshine to
pass through, helping your
home's heating system keep
your home warm and toasty.
Pine trees and other ever-
green trees keep their nee-
dles all year long. This
makes them great for block-
ing the cold winter winds
that can put a chill on your
house. They're also good for
blocking the hot sun in the
summer.


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Of course, planting trees is
just one way to make your
home more energy efficient.
They are many things that
you can do inside to save
energy. Small things can
save a lot, like turning off
the lights when you leave
the room, turning off the
video game or computer
when you are finished with
it, or keeping the refrigerator
door closed as much as pos-
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Plans unveiled to finish downtown Jax Beach redevelopment


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Plans to revitalize significant
areas of downtown Jacksonville
Beach were officially unveiled
Monday before a group of about
40 people including city offi-
cials, business owners and inter-
ested residents who braved the
rains to review the proposed
plans.
The storm did, however, keep
the project team that developed
the Downtown Visioning plans
from attending the meeting.
Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff said
members of the urban design
firm Glatting Jackson were trav-
eling from Orlando and reached
the New Symrna area as the
storm bore down on the
Beaches.
Lindorff, afraid they would be
driving into torrential rains, told
the team to turn around. He did
not know whether they planned
to reschedule but he said the
plans for the downtown-area
will move forward.
"This is where the process


becomes more formal," he said.
"There will be more opportuni-
ties for people to give us input
on what is proposed here."
Lindorff said city officials are
expected to adopt the project as
a vision plan as well as a capital
improvement plan. Both ele-
ments will be combined to
amend the original 1987 rede-
velopment plan for the down-
town area.
The city's Community
Redevelopment Plan must
approve the appropriation of
downtown Tax Increment
Funds to complete the extensive
work before the tax increment
district expires in 2013.
"This plan will serve as our
guiding light through the end of
the Downtown Redevelopment
district," Lindorff said, noting
that tax increment funds will be
available through January, 2013.
The Planning Commission
must also consider whether the
plans adhere to the city's
Comprehensive Plan and the
City Council will hold two pub-
lic hearings to formally adopt


the redevelopment plan.
Project consultants divided
the downtown area into four
corridors. The project area,
which extends from 2nd
Avenue South to 6th Avenue
North, was divided into four
major corridors with improve-
ments slated for each location.
At the Gateway Corridor of
Beach Boulevard, traffic will be
reduced to two lanes with added
on street parking, a roundabout
installed at First Street and a
parking garage on the south side
to encourage mixed use devel-
opment.
Lighting upgrades at Latham
Plaza and the redevelopment of
the existing parking lot into a
mixed-use project with a park-
ing garage will be implemented
at the Civic Corridor of 1st
Street North with a new street
open south of the plaza between
1st and 2nd Street.
The Pier Corridor at 4th
Avenue North will feature park-
ing and streetscape enhance-
ments including a new park
with a driveway and restroom


facilities and roundabout
installed at 1st Street.
Project consultants also
encouraged the inclusion of
public and private mixed-use
developments with onsite park-
ing facilities or the construction
of a parking garage for beach
users and commercial patrons if
adequate surface parking is not
available.
Improvements to the Retail
Corridor at 6th Avenue North
encourages the expansion of the
Casa Marina Hotel with a shared
parking garage for hotel patrons
and nearby businesses.
A mixed use of retail and resi-
dential is also proposed along
the length of the corridor with a-
roundabout installed at First
Street and on street parking and
a turnaround area at the
SeaWalk.
Lindorff said the 6th Avenue
North work is an estimated
three to five years away because
the majority of the property is
privately owned by developer
Chris Hionides.
Hionides is currently involved


in a property rights case to
determine whether he has vest-
ed rights to exceed the 35-foot
height cap.
"There needs to be resolution
to the litigation before we can
talk seriously about that area,"
Lindorff said. "If [the property
owner] wins the suits, he will be
vested to build taller buildings."
Thad Moseley, who once par-
ticipated in a campaign to block
the citizen referendum that lead
to the height restriction, called
the plans "stunning" and he
hoped that everyone with inter-
ests in the project area will work
together to realize the vision.
"There will be a lot of com-
promise involved to get what is
best for each and every one of
us," he said. "I hope we can do
what is most reasonable to try
and maintain the integrity of
the area without losing out on
the plans."
Moseley also expressed hope
that city officials could find a
way to extend the tax increment
district and spend the money
"for the betterment of the area."


rlans are reviewed Dy resi-
dents and city officials.


Port Authority doing a feasibility study

- MAYPORT, from A-1


Parsons. He has said that shut-
tles are also likely with some
passengers parking offsite.
SMembers of the Partnership
Tuesday discussed the potential
of a cruise terminal with mixed
feelings.
"I don't know if it's good or if
it's bad," said Parsons. "It was
quite shocking to me to look at


With the acquisition of the
ferry and the potential acquisi-
tion of some Vestcor's proper-
ties, the terminal may be feasi-
ble. Parsons said that Vestcor
currently has a contract for Mat
Roland Seafood, located on
Ocean Street, where the termi-
nal is proposed. Previously,
Vestcor had detailed plans to


build multi-family proj
as condominiums al
waterfront.
Vestcor Chair Joh
could not be reached
ment.
Former Chair Ben Tu
gested that Port Authc
cials attend a partners
ing to show member


Suspect uses gun to threaten vict

: RAPE, from A-1


The suspect directed the
woman to drive to the picnic
area adjacent to the basketball
courts at the Carver Center,
which provides after school and
summer programs for youth in
the South Pablo Beach neigh-
borhood.
According to police, the man
told the woman to get out of the
car, pulling her out of the vehi-
cle when she refused. The victim
said she didn't see the gun when
the suspect exited her vehicle
but she did not know its.where-


about.
After dragging the victim to a
park bench next to the basket-
ball courts, police said the sus-
pect fondled the victim, pulling
her pants down and unzipping
his own pants as she pushed
him in the chest in an attempt
to get away. The man sexually
assaulted the victim and was last
seen walking south bound, the
report said.
Police said the woman
redressed herself and drove
home. She took a bath and


changed into clean
before going to the ei
room. Police met with
tim at the hospital at
where detectives took
case.
'The suspect is descr
black male in his early
chin-length dreadlocks
wearing a black t-shirt
rise jeans. Both arms w
ily tattooed and acco
the victim, the suspect
to six unknown letter
down his left forearm.


Permit requirement worries so

- TREES, from A-1


Currently, mitigation and per-
mits are only required by the
city if a construction project of
$10,000 or more is planned
within six months and the
property owner has trees of a
minimum size in the buildable
area.
The city's current tree ordi-
nance has different rules for
trees on the exterior of the prop-
erty and for trees in the build-
.able, interior, portion of the
property.
The proposed change would
eliminate those zones and create
one uniform standard, similar to
both Neptune Beach and
Jacksonville Beach tree ordi-
nances, according to Hall.
However, Fletcher's ideas were
met with some contention.


"Just to match our other cities
doesn't mean that they're
right...We have our own unique
character and that's what we
should be looking at," said
Commissioner Mike Borno.
"We have to look at the
impact entirely before we do
something," he said. .
Fletcher pushed to have an
ordinance ready for a first read-
ing within the next few months,
explaining that when this
administration is out of office,
there may not be another
chance to change the :ordi-
nance.
"We can get this done, Don,
the timing's critical," Fletcher
said, addressing Mayor Don
Wolfson.
However; Wolfson said that if


changes to the ordin


ects such print of the plan.
ong the "Before we go off the deep
end, let's have them come in,"
in Rood he said.
for com- However, he added that one
of the key questions needs to be
kicker sug- "How is this going to work to
)rity offi- keep this a fishing village," he
lip meet- said. "If [Mat] Roland sells out,
s a foot- where are the shrimp boats
going to go."
tim Other members were more
outspoken in their opinions of
the terminal.
"I'm just sick. I think it will
destroy the village of Mayport,"
clothes said member Linda Johnson.
nergency "If they can make a cruise
the vic- ship work and preserve the vil-
4:45 a.m. lage, I would be in favor of it,
over the but I don't think it's going to
happen," said member Carroll
ibed as a Huffines.
20's with The Partnership agreed that
and was more information is needed.
and low- Eric Green, director of govern-
ere heav- ment and external affairs for
)rding to the Port Authority, said that a
t has five feasibility study is being done
ers going whether a cruise ship would be
viable at Mayport. He said the
authority is in the exploratory
Stages.
m eis The cost of a terminal and
,, .,, ,assembling ,the p.roper',Ja1'9lk.
have to be reviewed and the"
final decision would rest with'
.ance are the authority board.


made, they need to be done
carefully and correctly or the
next Commission could change
it again.
He also expressed some reser-
vations about changes that
would require citizens to get
permits before removing any
tree of a set size.
SThe Commission reached a
consensus to let the tree board
study the issue and make a deci-
sionas to whether the changes
are needed.
Members of -the tree board.
attended the meeting and Chair
Maureen Shaughnessy said that
the board would want public
input in order to make an
informed decision.


AROUND THE BEACHES


Sea Turtle study shows
still endangered
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service and the National Marine
Fisheries Service (Agencies)
jointly announced today the
S completion and availability of
six five-year status reviews for
federally listed sea turtles: Olive
ridley sea turtle; Kemp's ridley
sea turtle; Leatherback sea turtle;
Green sea turtle; Hawksbill sea
turtle; and Loggerhead sea tur-
tle.
Both agencies share jurisdic-
tion for federally listed sea tur-
tles and jointly conducted the
reviews.
After reviewing scientific and
commercially available informa-
tion and data, the agencies' biol-
ogists recommended that the
current listing classification for
the six sea turtle species remain
unchanged. The five-year
reviews and a list of Frequently
Asked Questions are available
online at
http://www.fws.gov/northflori-
da.

Class of 1979 to cruise
Calling all Fletcher High
School Graduates from the class
of 1979!!
The 30 year reunion is not far
away. By popular demand,
reunion organizers are working
a Caribbean cruise departing
from Jacksonville in the sum-
mer of 2009. Those interested
may sign up at the Fletcher
Class of 79 Reunion website
(http://mysite.verizon.net/resxj
vh7/fletcher79/index.html).


Classmates can check the com-
mittee blog to see what has been
done so far and sign the guest
book. For more information,
contact Rick Poppell, Reunion
Organizer at the following email
a d d r e s s :
fletcher79@verizon.net..

Legislative delegation
accepting new bills
The Duval County Legislative
Delegation Organizational
Meeting and General legislative
Hearing will meet at 2 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 16 in the Council
Chambers of City Hall, St. James
Building, first floor, at 117 W.
Duval St.
State Representative -Stan
Jordam announced that a new
chairman and vice chairman
will be elected during the hear-


ing. Public testimony regarding
general issues, legislation and
appropriations will follow the
election.
Jordan also announced the
deadline to file local bills.
Called, J-Bills, local bills must be
filed by noon Thursday.
The Duval Delegation will
vote on the proposed bills fol-
lowing a public hearing at 2
p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, 2008 in the
Council Chambers located in
the St. James Building on the
first floor of City Hall.
Call the delegation office at
630-1680 prior to Nov. 9 to be
placed on the agenda for the
organizational meeting and
general public hearing and
Friday, Jan. 11, 2008 for the
local bill hearing.


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Letters to the editor:


We must feel safe


in our neighborhoods


To the editor:
We certainly agree with The
Leader's Opinion dated Friday,
September 14. We citizens
HAVE become too used to put-
ting up with excessive noise,
vulgarity, and yes, even scream-
ing from Jacksonville Beach vis-
itors as well as residents. We
have become victims in our
own'neighborhoods near the
bars and even far away from
them. Too often nearby homes
are rented to people without
any knowledge of their back-
ground. We wish home owners
who rent would respect the
rights of neighbors and screen
some of these tenants before
ruining the peace and quiet of
the whole neighborhood.
Many of us know the story.
One single person rents, then
magically there are many more
cars in the yard and on the
street every night. Some people
rent houses as "party houses". s,
was mentioned in the article,
often the "mayhem" begins at 2
a.m. when the bars have dosed.
That's when many of the friends
from the bars are invited to con-
tinue partying throughout the
night. Nearby residents can't
possibly open their windows
without hearing the vulgar lan-
guage and loud party voices.
Car lights shining in the win-
dows, horns blowing, and doors
slamming are often a problem.
If you happen to live near one
of these rental units, sleeping
through the night becomes the
exception rather than the norm.


When residents call and com-
plain to the police, the party
breaks up temporarily, but starts
again later that night or the
next. The police can only do so
much. It seems like the code
breakers have more rights than
residents who have a vested
interest in their property.When
dealing with these problems,
confrontations are never pleas-
ant, and it appears there's no
easy solution.
There are noise ordinances for
residential neighborhoods that
are not being respected. If more
people would voice their con-
cerns to Code Enforcement and
the police department, these
people would be cited and these
situations may not get out of
control. Maybe more
Neighborhood Watches could
be set up with police involve-
ment when necessary to medi-
ate between troublesome ten-
ants, landlords and involved
residential homeowners.
We can and should do some-
thing about the people who
continually disrespect the rights
of others. We should stop set-
tling for just ignoring bad
neighbors and start working on
solutions to these types of prob-
lems. Maybe we could learn
how others have solved similar
problems. The most important
issue is that we need to feel safe
and secure in our residential
neighborhoods.
Dianne & Joe Hellhake


Gallery says thanks


To the editor:
Just wanted to say thanks for running the photo of the I.ucid
Vision glass florals n Friday's paper to announce the event.'
Also, many, many thanks for the great exposure for the Beaches
Gallery Tour. We had the best attendance we've ever had in 4
years! Your support of the arts is much appreciated by everyone.
Debbie Suchy
Eclectic Galleries, Inc.
Jacksonville Beach




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More letters to the edith


What exactly does it cost to win ar


To the editor:
How much money does a
candidate need to win in an
election? Three, four or five
million or more dollars?
The answers, or to the cor-
rect sum, may never be known,
even when the show is ever
and the curtain is down.
A return to normality, to
quote a phrase, just might pos-


sibly be in the offing, and the
candidate, himself, left only
with his contribution.
,Once again, history has been
repeated, with Shakespeare
proved right, when he candid-
ly remarked, "All the world is a
stage and the people are
actors."
And good old Mark Anthony
in addressing a romance audi-


ence, r
Caesar i
so, this
grievous
answer
So let
aspirant


The truth is wars are not fought for


To the editor:
In response to the letter
titled Military force protects all
of u and merits our support.
I am sick and tired of the
standard statement that people
"fought and died so that I can
have freedom of expression."
Another one is "we all have a
right to our opinions, people
fought and died for that very
freedom." I am a Vietnam era
veteran, Iam African American
and I"live "ii Atlaiitic Beach.


During my time in the Army I
did my own research of our
glorious democracy and found
the following. Wars are not
fought for freedom, they are
fought for the control of land
and resources. Our govern-
ment sends our young women
and men off to fight and die so
that those resources can be
exploited. Our government
works for our major corpoia-
tipn. t"r ab. ..i.' p
The truth about our past a


present
never
schools
cussed
course.
of this p
discuss o
system.
this cap
ernment
into an
tioned.t
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Commissioner Fletcher has right to vote his (


To the editor:
Poor Mr. Fletcher. The
openings are endless. He has
risen to a fame I'm sure he
did not want.
Guess what people? He has
the right to vote this way. No
one has mentioned the shows
where a plane goes down and


the pilot is instantly killed in
front of .everyone. This
includes children and per-
haps a relative of the pilot.
How many times has this
happened? The public is not
given a count. The media
show it on t.v., everyone
pauses for a second to watch


"' PHIL HUDGINS
COLUMNIST


I Customer

service

Sis always

appreciated

..." these days



-.ust because a man has
Seen married to the same
1 elections ? _J woman for,41 years does-
Select ? t mean he can remember
everything about her, stuff
like dress size.and colors and
marked, "Some see hem lengths and whether
is ambitious, if it were sleeves should be poofy or
is a grievous fault, and unpoofy.
sly hath Caesar hath So I was a bit intimidated
!d it." when I ventured alone inside
it be with all political a women's clothing store in
:s. Franklin, N.C., and
announced that I was looking
L. George Hoeff for a birthday present for my
Jacksonville Beach wife..
"Do we know your wife?" a
friendly clerk behind the
*freedom counter asked.
Freedom "You might," I said. "She
shopped here several times
as it relates to war has before."
been taught in our "Betty might know her,"
nor has it been dis- the clerk said after I revealed
in our political dis- the name.
I challenge the readers "Yes, I remember her," Betty
paper to really begin to .Teague of Franklin said with a
our political and social smile. And she began to
We need to discuss describe. her. Not just her
italist, imperialist gov- physical attributes, but also
t we have all been born that she had two daughters
id have been condi- and sometimes enjoyed the
o accept., >jr r Mate To-i-haifiniit Tih
SA" lg 3 g AU Ia. Most important
-VHl acT fNIP' U .11 ` ,'- i,
Atatinc eac of al, she remembered what
kind of clothes appealed to
her.


and then dismiss. Just anoth-
er violent scene on t.v.
Whether you see the vote
as right or wrong we need to
respect his courage.

Sara Jane Parker
Ponte Vedra Beach


Wrong to identify Tebow from St. Augustine


To the editor:
Tim Tebow from St.
Augustine? Tim Tebow, former
star quarterback of the Nease
football team, is now first
string quarterback of our
Florida Gators team.
It was during their game
with the Tennessee Volunteers,
9-15-07, that, in a conversa-
tion between the two T.V.


announcers, one remarked,
"Tebow, St. Augustine,
Florida."
Could it be that Tebow's
having graduated from a
named high school that fails to
identify its locale or that of its
student body gives cause for
such mis-identification?
A new high school for Ponte
Vedra Beach students is cur-


rently under construction and,
as yet, is not named. I would
urge those, whose responsibili-
ty it is, to name our new high
school, PONTE VEDRA HIGH
SCHOOL, so as to reflect its
proper locale and that of its
student body.

Joe Weinburger
Ponte Vedra Beach


Soldier argues against pulling


troops out of Iraq right now


*
To the editor:
I would first like to thank Mr. Tom Dumas for
his service to the nation as a Naval Aviator.
However I think the comments made in his edi-
torial "Why Not More Outrage Over Iraq War
Policy" are flawed.
I don't believe like he does that our country
has lost its way. On the contrary we still live in
the greatest country in the world, that remains
to be the shining city on the hill as it has been
referred to in the past. I would like to ask Mr.
Dumas if America has lost her way then why do
so many immigrants both legal and illegal come
to the United States every year?
Mr. Dumas also described the Global War on
Terror as maintaining a policy of torture. I agree
that the events at Abu Ghraib were despicable to
say the least, however, we soon forget about the
beheadings of noncombatants at the hands of
our enemy. If Mr. Dumas thinks we are fighting
shamefully he then fails to recognize that we are
battling insurgents and terrorists who use tac-
tics which include but are not limited to stuff-
ing explosives inside of dead animals to be used
as IEDs, suicide bombers, and firing at soldiers
from inside mosques, hospitals, and from
crowds of women and children.
I can also ensure Mr. Dumas that the jihadists
and Muslim fanatics don't need our presence in
Iraq to rally more recruits, as we were not fight-
ing a war in Iraq on September 11, 2001 to
incite Muslim fanatics to fly planes into the
World Trade Center, Pentagon, and the field in
Pennsylvania. Mr. Dumas mentions that the
war has killed and maimed many Americans.
Yes it is true that Americans have died, however


more die from violent crime in one month in
the United States than have died in Iraq or
Afghanistan, yet where is the outcry over that.
It's also true that Americans have received per-
manent injuries, however, being in the Army
myself I have been to Walter Reed and talked to
countless number of wounded soldiers and the
first thing they say is that they want to go back
over there. They feel they are letting their.broth-
ers in arms and their country down by having
gotten wounded.
The last point I'll make is over the comment
made by Mr. Dumas which talks about repeat
deployments and extensions on tours. I believe
this can be summed up in the statement that
only about 1 percent of Americans serve in the
military. That means 1 percent bear the burden
of this country. The feeling I get when looking
around this country is that America is not at
war, but the military and military families are.
We do not want you to put us on a pedestal or
anything like that, we would rather you say
thank you and go about your business unless
you too wish to join us. To pull us out would
mean we have bled and watched our brothers
die for nothing.
I am a soldier in the United States Army I do
not fail. I have never failed at anything in my
life. Let me do my job Mr. Dumas and Mr.
Fletcher and maybe you can worry about the
things under your control like maybe which
$45,000 piece of artwork to buy for Atlantic
Beach.
R. E. Ray
Fort Bragg


her.
"Wow," I exclaimed. "You
have a great memory."
So Betty and I looked
around the store until we
found what we thought was
the perfect outfit for my
bride.
This, ladies and gentlemen,
is customer service. My wife, I
found out later, had not been
to that store in about two
years. During that time, Betty
had retired for a year and
then decided to return to
work. Yet she remembered
practically everything about,
my wife, including the color
of her hair and the fairness of
her complexion.
I have been reading letters
to the editor in my hometown
paper about the lack of cus-
tomer service and friendli-
ness in many stores. In some
cases, both are nonexistent.
Many clerks don't smile, they
don't ask how you are, mainly
because they don't care how
you are, and they plop your
change onto the counter
rather than politely placing it
in your hand.
"Y'all come back, you hear."
No, they don't say that
either.
So what has happened to
us? In many cases, I believe,
mothers and fathers have
stopped teaching good man-
ners. Common courtesy
should begin at home, ease
onto the highways seen any
easing lately? -- and bloom in
the marketplace.
Mother Teresa was never a
mother, but she taught us
how to treat people.
"Peace," she wrote, "begins
with a smile smile five times
a day at someone you don't
really want to smile at, at all -
do it for peace. So let us radi-
ate the peace of God and so
light his light and extinguish
in the world and in the hearts
of all men all hatred and love
for power."
Lately, though, atheists
have been applauding because
some of Mother Teresa's let-
ters indicate she sometimes
had her doubts about God,
that she had even felt aban-
doned by God. She'd probably
just been shopping.
But I like her idea about five
smiles a day. It's a good start.
Maybe we could learn the
rest from Betty Teague.


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by GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER
When a student took a real-
looking toy gun onto the Nease
High School campus last
month, the swift reaction illus-
trated the School District's zero-
tolerance policy, on weap9gn, ,.
Although Iease DeanD idap
Beech, tsaid- afterward, ttiat-
weapons violations at the
school have been "isolated," the
incident confirmed that security
remains a top priority on school
campuses.
At Nease, a new camera sys-
tem and new ID bracelets this
year are meant to increase secu-
rity, although Principal Linda
Thomson noted that sometimes
a problem can come to light
only with the help of a student
- as in the recent incident.
At around noon Aug. 31, a
student told Beech that some-
one on campus had a gun in his
backpack.
Beech notified St. Johns
County Deputy Manuel
Gonzalez, who was working at
the school, and the 15-year-old
boy said he was playing with the
"air, soft" toy gun the day before
and forgot he left it in his back-
pack, according Gonzalez'
report.
The toy looks very similar to a
real handgun, Beech said at the
school Thursday. It is a spring-
loaded weapon that shoots plas-
tic bullets similar to BBs, Beech
said.
Contacted by the deputy, an
assistant state attorney said
charges "would not be appropri-
ate" because the gun is a toy,
according to the report.
But the student, having com-
'mitted one of the most serious
offenses in the School District's
Code of Conduct, was suspend-
ed from Nease.
A discipline committee
referred the student to the
Gaines Alternative Center in St.
Augustine, where he is to spend
the remainder of the semester,
Beech said.
"Sometimes the problem is a
student," Thomson said. "We
still depend on students tell us
what's going on."
Other measures at the school
help with security problems
from outsiders.
An upgraded, $30,000 cam-
era security system was recently
installed, covering more ground
and giving clearer, closer views
than those possible with the
previous system, Thomson said.
"It's really high-tech," she
said. "I'm very impressed with
it. The old ones the pictures
were blurry. In these you can see
a person's facial features. It's
kind of like going to high defi-
nition security cameras."
More than 15 cameras moni-
tor the school's parking lots,
hallways, and courtyards.
The cameras record surveil-
lance at up to 24 hour intervals,
and Beech, Sheriff's deputies,


JB resident joins St.
John & Partners
St. John &
Partners
recently hired
S Emily Meher
Sas media plan-
ning assistant
at the firm's
Jacksonville
headquarters.
Emily Meher A resident of
Jacksonville
beach, Meher
joins St. John & Partners after
freelancing for the agency for
several weeks. Meher, who
received her bachelor's degree
from Florida State, will support
media services for the agency's
four Ford Dealer accounts. She
comes to the firm from Agent
16 in New York where she was
an assistant account executive
and traffic coordinator on the
Salem and Winston accounts for
RJ Reynolds.

Beaches resident opens
accounting firm
Long time Beaches resident
Sonny Martin will open Barley,
Martin & Wild, CPA, PL on
October 1. The office will be
located at 4651 Salisbury Road,
Suite 330 in Jacksonville. David
Barley, Sonny Martin and Vicky
Wild bring over 60 years of com-
bined public accounting experi-
ence to their new firm. For
more information, visit Barley,
Martin & Wild, CPA, PL on the
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September & October
Workshops at the Small
Business Development
Center at UNF
For over thirty-one years, the
Small Business Development
Center at the University of
North Florida (SBDC at UNF)
has helped over 30,000 small


photo by GRAY ROHRER
A Nease High student is wear-
ing one of the new ID badges
required by the school's
administration, The badge's
barcode gives it many uses.

and other school officials have
access to them. "Anybody who
needs to see it can," Thomson
said.
Although the system upgrade
had been planned when several
car break-ins happened in the
Nease parking lot last year, she
said, those break-ins showed the
need for improved surveillance.
"Last year we had some secu-
rity issues in the parking lot. It
just highlighted for us how crit-
ical the security system was.
Surveillance isn't any good if
you have areas that aren't cov-
ered," Thomson said.
She and others said the fea-
ture that excited officials the
most is the system's ability to
zoom in close enough to read
license plate numbers.
Another security measure
helps identify all students on
the Nease campus.
All students are required to
wear ID badges so officials can
readily identify anyone who
should not be on campus,
Thomson said.
The ID cards are worn around
the neck and have barcodes
that can be used to check out
books from the media center,
track student attendance and
verify permission to attend
school functions. .
Students who misplace or for-
get their ID, which shows their
name, picture, and grade level,
are required to buy a $1 tempo-
rary, paper wrist band, the prin-
cipal said.
The wrist band displays the
student's name and grade level,
and the date and time it was
issued.
Repeat offenders can be given
detention or suspension for
repeat violations. Students who
lose their ID must purchase a
new one for $5. The fees offset
the cost of making the IDs and
wristbands, Thomson said.


businesses in an 18-county area.
The SBDC at UNF, located at the
UNF University Center, provides
assistance through management
advice and technical training
with little to no-cost to the
potential, fledgling and/or well-
established small business own-
ers.
Below is a list of workshops
offered by the SBDC at UNF dur-
ing the months of September
and October. To register or for
more information on any of the
following workshops call 904-
620-2476 or log on to
www.sbdc.unf.edu.
Location: UNF University
Center, 12000 Alumni Drive,
620-2476

How to S-T-A-R-T-U-P
Your Own Business
When: October 12, 9 am to
noon
Cost: $30 in advance or $40
day of workshop.
Information: Thinking of start-
ing a business? This workshop
will give you an overview of
the seven basic requirements
for business STARTUP. A busi-
ness startup kit for Duval and
surrounding counties is includ-
ed in the workshop fee.

Writing an Effective
Business Plan
When: September 19, 9 am to
12:00 pm
September 26, 9 am to noon
Cost: $150
Information: A business plan
helps you evaluate the viability
of your venture, define how
you will make money, assess
potential markets, and plan for
the future. Getting the first
word on paper is often the
hardest part to writing and
effective business plan.
ActivePlans Strategic Planning
Netware makes it easier to get
started. This internet tool pro-
vides you with a template to
guide you through the process.
This three-part workshop
includes detailed instructions


on how to use the ActivePlans
program, plus in-depth discus-
sion about the major compo-
nents of the plan:
Management, Marketing, and
Finance. Price includes all
materials and access to
ActivePlans.

On Target Marketing
When: September 27, 6 pm to
9 pm
Cost: $30 in advance or $40
day of workshop.
Information: Achieve your
sales and marketing goals by
understanding your product or
services, customers, prospects
and competitors. This class is
taught by a marketing profes-
sional.

Dollars and Sense:
Recordkeeping Essentials
When: October 18, 6 pm to 9
pm
Cost: $30 in advance or $40
at the door.
Information: Recordkeeping
seem overwhelming? This
workshop includes what
records to keep and for how
long, a comparison of'available
recordkeeping systems, improv-
ing cash flow, understanding
financial statements, and how
to select an accountant. This
class is taught by accounting
professionals.

Tax Facts
When: October 25, 6 pm to 9
pm
Cost: $30 in advance or $40
day of workshop.
Information: Would you like
to learn how to make taxes a
little more manageable for your
business? This workshop might
be for you by learning the tax
implications of your business
structure, what is and is not
deductible, electronic filing,
payroll taxes, and more. This
workshop is co-sponsored by
the Internal Revenue Service


Photo by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
Members of the Beaches Area Historical Society gather for the
annual meeting held Thursday at the museum. The reception
was followed by the meeting and ended with a lecture and
exhibit review by artist Theodore Morris. Officers for the
2007/2008 year are Steve Williams, President; Tim Ellis, Vice
President; Tom Everidge, Secretary; and Bill Hillegass,
Treasurer.


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stay off sewer


by GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER
Homeowners in the Ponte
Vedra Municipal Service District
(MSD) who have not yet had
their homes hooked into the
new sewer system could face a
fine from St. Johns County.
Meanwhile, more than two
dozen homes that were appar-
ently hooked into the sewer sys-
tem without notifying the utili-
ty company will be back billed,
a JEA spokesperson said
Thursday.
County officials, who con-
tracted for the sewer design and
installation and arranged low-
interest state funding, aren't
sure how many of the approxi-
mately 670 potential sewer cus-
tomers remained on septic tanks
this week.
Gerri Boyce, spokesperson for
JEA, Jacksonville's utility depart-
ment, gave conflicting informa-
tion recently when asked how
many of the 670 had been
hooked up.
She did say, however, that 48
property owners had contacted
JEA since an Aug. 24 reminder
letter was sent from St. Johns
County, saying they were,
indeed, hooked into the sewer.
Of those, 28 had not notified
JEA and thus had not been
billed for monthly service, she
said, adding that they will be
back-billed for three months.
John Schwab, special projects
coordinator for the county, sent
the Aug. 24 letter to 260 homes,
urging the homeowners to
switch to the sewer system, if
they hadn't done so.
"The purpose [of the letter]
was to find out who's hooked up
and who hasn't," Schwab said in
a telephone interview
Wednesday.
Schwab said that of the prop-
erty owners who were sent the
letter, 50 called the county to
say they had already hooked up
to the sewer.
Schwab estimated "only a
handful" of homes have not
switched from septic to the
sewer.
The sewer system, confined to
the area east of State Road A1A
and north of Corona Road, has
been available for connection
since October 2005.
State law allows one year from
the time a sewer is available for
property owners to hook up, but
that deadline was extended to
January of this year.
The sewer was built after
decades of discussion some-
times heated between MSD


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trustees and residents, and with
input from St. Johns County
and state agencies.
Each property owner paid
about $7,000 or is paying
with a yearly assessment for
building the sewer.
Beyond that, property owners
had to pay for hooking into the
vacuum sewer system, and that
may have equaled or exceeded
the price of the sewer.
Connection costs vary from
home to home and can run
from $7,000 up to $20,000,
depending on the size of the
house and how far it is from the
street, where underground tanks
collect sewage for transmission
to a treatment plant.
Schwab speculated some
homeowners who have not
hooked up may be in the
process of selling their home
and want to let the buyer pay
that cost.
But he said that excuse is no
longer sufficient.
"The one-year grace period
ended in January, so they've had
that plus all of this year," to
comply, he said.
The county is charged with
enforcing the order to switch to
the sewage system. Schwab said
he is not out to punish anyone
for noncompliance at least
not right away.
"We have something called
health code enforcement, and
ultimately we can issue fines,
but we're not trying to 'get' any-
one," he said.
One resident who believes
there may, be many residents
holding back on connecting is
Sharon Middleton, whose son is
working on a science project
relating to the sewer system.
"I drive the length and
breadth of the MSD, and I
haven't seen [work on ].a hook
up in six months," Middleton
said this week.
"When there's a hook up
there's lots of digging, [and] it's
easy to see from the road," she
said.
Middleton, whose home on
San Juan Drive was connected
to the sewage system in January
2006, said she believes the high
cost of connecting to the sewer
is preventing some from making
the switch.
"We had two septic systems,
and from permits to the ctual
hpok up, it was about S15,! Q,"
she said. : ....
But Middleton says the
expense was worth the benefits
of the sewage system as opposed
to the septic tanks.


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September 19, 2007


OBITUARIES


MARY E. BARNES


ISABEL CALDERON


ELEANOR S. CAPALDO


Mary E. Barnes (n6e Spears)
died September 14, 2007 in
Ormond Beach, Fla. She was
born March 27, 1949 to Willie
Spears and Mary Lou Bryson
Spears, both of whom prede-
ceased her. She also was pre-
ceded in death by a son, Eric E.
Barnes, and a sister, Janic
Woodruff.
She was formerly employed
by Sears, Eckerd Drugs and
Mayo Clinic.
She married Walter L. Barnes
May 7, 1968 in Meridian, Miss.
Survivors include her husband
of 39 years, Walter; son,
Walter II (Christine); six broth-


ers, J.J. Harris of Kansas City,
Mo., John Harris (Gwen) of
Tom's River, NJ., Willie, Harry
and James "Fred" Spears
(Carolyn), all of Kansas City,
Mo. and Richard Spears
(Williams) of Phoenix, Ariz.;
and sisters, Dorothy Palmer of
Skokie, Ill. and Cecelia Spears
of Kansas City, Mo.
Funeral services will be held
at 1 p.m. Wednesday at
Beaches Memorial Park, 1500-
1 Main St., Atlantic Beach,
with Rev. Timothy Cole offici-
ating.
First Coast Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements.


CHARLES PHILIP HOPFE


Charles Philip Hopfe, 65,
died September 12, 2007. He
was born January 4, 1942 in
Brooklyn, N.Y.
He was retired from General
Motors Service Parts Operations
after 44 years of service. He
proudly served our country in
the U.S. Army and was a mem-
ber of American Legion #283 of
Jacksonville and Elks Lodge
#221.
Survivors include his wife of
45 years, Mary Ann Hopfe; son,
Gregory P. Hopfe; and three
grandchildren to whom he was
"Pa," Ryan Michael, Jordan
Kimberly and Brooke Michele;
daughter-in-law, Angela Hopfe;
sister-in-law, Connie Lesley;
nephews, Mark and Mike
Merrill; and two great-nieces.
Visitation was Sunday at


Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home. Further visitation was
held Tuesday at Hill Funeral
Home, Grand Blanc, Mich.
Funeral will be at 11 a.m.
Wednesday at Holy Family
Catholic Church in Grand
Blanc, with visitation at 10:30
a.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Department of
Development, Cancer and
Transplant, Mayo Clinic, 4500
San Pablo Road, Jacksonville, FL
32224-9989
The family would like to.give
special thanks to Drs. William
Maples and Galen Perdikis of
Mayo Clinic and Community
Hospice of Northeast Florida.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


CHRIS THOMAS


Chris Thomas, 58, of Ponte
Vedra Beach and Perth,
Western Australia .died
September 16, 2007. He came
to Florida on a two-year- con-
tract with Iluka Resources. He
was a wonderful husband, car-
ing and devoted father, and a
quiet gentleman, the family
said.
Survivors include his wife of
33 years, Morag; sons, Andrew
(Hannah) and Robert; daugh-
ter, Katina (Andrew); brothers,
Ian, David and Greg; and
many other relatives and


friends.
Visitation will be from 6-8
p.m. Thursday in Quinn-Shalz
Family Funeral Home. A
Funeral Service will be held at
11 a.m. Friday in the chapel of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
are preferred to the American
Cancer Society, 2850. Isabella
Blvd., Suite 20, Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


Isabel Calderon died
September 15, 2007. She was
preceded in death by her moth-
er, Carman Montalvo-Calderon;
her husband, Tito Munoz; and
her Jacksonville friends, Lydia
Storch and Felicita Fernandez.
She is survived by her adopt-
ed family, Ann Storch and her
adult children, Anthony
(Suzanne) Storch, Jeanna
(David) Houston and Frida, and
Amy Connor (Ethan) Barnas
and their children, Magdalena
and Augustas, all of
Jacksonville; her close friend
and confidant, Natalie (Ivan)
Soto of The Villages, Fla.; and
friends at Mt. Carmel Gardens
in Jacksonville, in Miami,
DelRay Beach and Weston,.Fla.,
and in Minnesota, New York,
New Jersey, Georgia and Puerto
Rico.
She was born May 28, 1917 in
New York, N.Y. Prior to becom-
ing a hair dresser at Best and
Company in New York, she was
a Latin-style dancer on
Broadway. She and her hus-
band, Tito, moved in the late
1960s to San Juan, P.R., where


she continued her hair dressing
career at the Pierre Hotel.
After her mother and hus-
band died, she moved to Little
Havana in Miami, Fla. to be
with her friend Lydia Storch.
Several years later, for health
reasons, Storch moved to
Jacksonville to be with her son,
Fernando Storch, and his fami-
ly. She followed and made her
home at Mt; Carmel Gardens in
Jacksonville. She worshipped at
Prince .of Peace Catholic
Church.
A Memorial Mass was cele-
brated Tuesday in the Prince of
Peace Catholic Church, with
the Rev. Michael Larkin as cele-
brant. She will be laid to rest in
Puerto Rico.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Prince of Peace
Catholic Church, 6320 Bennett
Road, Jacksonville, FL 32216 or
to Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL
32257.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


JEANNE COTTRELL Kuss


Jeanne Cottrell Kuss, 80,
died peacefully September 14,
2007 after a long neurological
illness. She was born January
5, 1927 in Newport, R.I. and
resided in Jacksonville for 38
years.
She went to St. Catherine's
Academy in Newport and
attended Marymount College,
in Tarrytown, N.Y. and Los
Angeles, Calif.
She is survived by her chil-
dren, Susan (Nelson)
Humphrey and Jamie
(William) Cissel of Neptune
Beach, Katie Kuss of Ponte
Vedra Beach, John Kuss of
Jacksonville Beach and Jody
Kuss of New York, N.Y.; grand-
children, Emma and Ellie
Cissel and Joshua Kuss; and
brothers, John A. Cottrell of
Los Angeles and James B.
Cottrell of Middletown, RI.
She was working at the
William Morris Agency in
New York in 1955, when she
had a blind date with John


"Jack" Kuss. They married
soon after and celebrated
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary in March 2005. She was
predeceased by her husband,
who died November 15, 2005:.
She was a loving mother
and grandmother who shall
forever be missed by her fam-
ily and friends, not only for
her love but for her sense of
humor and wit, the family
said.
A Mass of Christian Burial
will be held at 9 a.m.
Thursday at St. Mary's Church
in Newport. Donations in her
memory may be made to the
Parkinson's Disease
Foundation-Memorial
Donation at www.pdf.org or
to the Parkinson's Disease
Foundation, 1359 Broadway,
Suite 1509, New York, NY
10018.
Arrangements by the
O'Neill-Hayes Funeral Home,
Newport,;R.I.


Eleanor S. Capaldo, 85,
recently of Ponte Vedra
Beach and a longtime resi-
dent of Stratford and
Fairfield, Conn., died peace-
fully July 29, 2007 in
Jacksonville Beach. She was
born May 9, 1922 in
Branford, the daughter of the
late Anthony and Ursula
Siemiatkowski.
She is survived by her two
daughters, Lynn Capaldo and
her husband, Jonathan
Katzen, of Ponte Vedra Beach
and Lisa Makoul and her hus-
band, Steven, of Evanston,
Ill.; three granddaughters,
Stephanie Katzen and
Madeline arid Ellie Makoul;
two sisters, Edith Houser of
Woodbridge and Halina
Martin of Meriden, Conn.;
and several nieces and
nephews. She was prede-
ceased by her husband,


Edmund Capaldo; sister,
Regina Sellman; and broth-
ers, Edwin and Carroll
Siemenn.
An accomplished bridge
player who earned the rank
of life master, she continued
to be actively involved in
several bridge groups. All
those who knew ard loved
her admired her strong and
independent spirit. She was a
devoted wife, mother, grand-
mother and friend who will
be greatly missed, the family
said.
Friends and family are
invited to attend a memorial
service at 10 a.m. September
29 at the Maiorano Funeral
Home, 95 Willow St.,
Waterbury, Conn.
Services under the direc-
tion of Quinn-Shalz Family
Funeral Home, Jacksonville
Beach.


JAMES A., WHALEN


James A. Whalen ("Hoss"),
81, died peacefully September
13, 2007 at Beaches Baptist
Hospital after a long battle
with COPD.
He was a World War II veter-
an who served as a quartermas-
ter on board the USS Rockaway
(AVP-29). He participated in the
invasion of North Africa and
Normandy.
He moved to the Beaches in
1950. He was a self-employed
general contractor for more
than 50 years who loved the
holidays and the great out-
doors.
He had a long and prosperous
life filled with joy of family and
friends. His illness forced him
into retirement at the age of 80.
He was a beloved husband,
father, grandfather and friend.
His presence will be deeply
missed by all, the family said.
Preceded in death'by his par-
ents, James and Margaret
Whalen; brother, Frank
Whalen; and first wife, Marjorie
Whalen, he is survived by his


second wife, Terese Whalen;
son, Michael, and daughter-in-
law, Sharon; daughter, Penny
M. Whalen; granddaughters,
Denise Dugger and Christy
Whalen; grandson, Brandon
Ranck; brother, Joseph Whalen
of Philadelphia, Pa.; several
nieces and nephews; lifelong
friends,' George and Barbara
Summers; and his faithful four-
legged companions, Wilsie,
Pepper and the late Lambchop.
The family would like to
thank all the doctors, nurses
and caregivers who assisted
with "Hoss," to include Dr.
Samuel J. Fern, Beaches Baptist
Hospital, Specialty Hospital and
Cypress Village.
Graveside services will be
held at 11 a.m. Saturday at
Beaches Memorial Park, 1500-1
Main St., Atlantic Beach. In his
memory, donations may be
made to the American Lung
Association and the
Jacksonville Humane Society.
First Coast Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements.


POLICE BEAT


PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Several pieces of jewelry were
stolen from a home office in
the 8000 block of Pebble'Creek
Lane West between Sept. 1 and
Sept. 6, according to a police
report.
* *
Jewelry and precious stones
totaling nearly $20,000 in
value were stolen from a resi-
dence in the 2300 block of
North L'atrium Circle between
Aug. 22, and Sept. 15, accord-
ing to a police report.
* *
Deputies responded to a
report of theft in the 6000
block of Oakbrook Court on
Friday, according to a police
report. The victim said there
were two cameras and a laptop
missing.

Construction supplies were
.stolen from a site in the 400
block of Cape May Avenue
between Thursday night and
Friday morning, according to a
police report.

An air compressor was stolen
from a house under construc-
tion in the 300 block of San
Juan Drive between Sept. 7 and
Sept. 11, according to deputies.
* *
Sodas and snacks were taken
from a. concession stand near
the ,soccer fields at.Davis Park
between Sept. 7, and Sept. 10,
according to police.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Fraud was reported Sept. 14
in the 500 block of 3rd Avenue
S. The victim told police that
an unauthorized charge of
$452.28 appeared on his bank
statement.

Battery was reported Sept. 14
at a bar in the 100 block of 3rd
Avenue N. Witnesses said the
victim was punched in the face
by the suspect after the two
men exchanged words in the
bar. Police observed a man lay-
ing on the ground. The suspect
fled on foot before police
arrived.

Terry Daniel Duren, 32, a
transient, was arrested Sept. 14
and charged with strong armed
robbery in the 500 block of 1st
Street N., according to a police
report. The victim flagged
down an officer at 7:45 p.m. to
report the robbery. The victim
told police he was sitting on a
bench when the suspect
approached and knocked him
to the ground, taking his wallet


before fleeing the area. The vic-
tim was able to positively iden-
tify the suspect in a photo line-
up.

Strong armed robbery was
reported Sept. 12 at 1:10 p.m.
in the first block of 3rd Street
North. An Alabama woman
told police she was walking
into Walgreen's with her wallet
in her hand when the suspect
rode up on a bike and grabbed
her wallet from behind. The
wallet contained the victim's
identification and $332 cash.
The suspect was described as a
black male with shoulder-
length dreadlocks riding a
beach cruiser type bike.

Auto burglary was reported
Sept. 12 in the first block of
Tallwood Road. A computer
and a Swiss Army knife were
stolen from a vehicle at the vic-
tim's residence. The victim told
police he heard his dog barking
at 1 a.m. but did not notice
anything out of the ordinary
when he took him outside. The
loss was estimated at $1,550.

Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported Sept. 12 in the
500 block of 1st Street N. A blue
2000 Honda Civic valued at
$8,000 was stolen from the pier
.parking lot. The victim told
police she returned to the park-
ing lot at 11 p.m. and discov-
ered the car missing.

Auto burglary was reported
Sept. 12 in the 1700 block of
Oakbreeze Lane. A Smith &
Wesson handgun valued at
$425 and $30 in cash were
stolen from the vehicle.
*0* *
Grand theft was reported
Sept. 13 in the 1100 block of
5th Street N. A drill worth $558
was stolen from the vehicle.

Battery was reported Sept. 16
in the 300 block of 1st Street N.
The victim told police he was
struck several times in the face
by an employee of a bar after a
member of his group was
denied entry for not having
any identification.
Management said the group
was refused entry because they
were being rowdy. The door-
man sought help from other
staff members because he was
overwhelmed by the group.

Lemartin Nathan Mitchell,
28, of Jacksonville was arrested
Sept. 14 and charged with alter-
ation of a firearm and carrying


a concealed weapon in the 400
block of 7th Street S., according
to a police report. Police report-
ed they initiated a traffic stop
and found a loaded .25 caliber
handgun in Mitchell's pocket
with the serial number filed
down.

Steven Alan Smith, 47, of
Orange Park was arrested Sept.
16 and charged with stalking
after violating an injunction for
protection in the first block of
1st Street North, according to a
police report.

. Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported Sept. 17 in the
3300 block of America Avenue.
A blue 2005 Kia Spectra valued
at $5,000 was stolen from the
victim's driveway.

Deborah Lynch Evans, 51, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
Sept. 16 and charged with pos-
session of burglary tools and
burglary to an unoccupied
structure in the 1300 block of
18th Avenue N., according to a
police report.
* *,
Strong arm' robbery was
reported Sept. 16 in the first
block of 8th Avenue N. Three
victims were walking in the 8th
Avenue North end zone at 4:30
a.m. when they were
approached by a white
Chevrolet Impala. Two male
suspects exited the vehicle with
semiautomatic handguns. One
of the men appeared to cock
the weapon as if he were load-
ing a round into the chamber
and told the victims to "give us
all you got." The suspects stole
a digital camera, two wallets
and a cell phone card from one
of the victims. The others had
no property and suffered no
loss. The suspects told the vic-
tims to turn around and run
toward the ocean. They
observed a city worker cleaning
the Latham Plaza area and
relayed the incident. The city
employee said he had observed
a vehicle matching the descrip-
tion of the suspect's vehicle
traveling at a high rate of speed
on 1st Street with no headlights
on. The vehicle was captured
by the city's surveillance sys-
tem.

ATLANTIC BEACH
Gary Alan Chamberlain, 50,
was arrested for committing,
criminal mischief greater than
$1,000 on Sept. 10 in the 2300
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report.


*** '
Robert Lee Upson, 32, was
arrested for possession of
cocaine and tampering with
evidence on Sept. 8 in the 2300
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report. Hotel
staff found cocaine under a tis-
sue box in a room and told
police that the former tenants
were coming back to get the
item, according to the report.
Police placed sugar in the bag-
gie and put it back in the same
location. An officer waited in
the shower. The defendant
returned, went directly into the
bathroom, grabbed the baggie
and said "Lordy, it's still here,"
according to the report.

Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on Aug. 31 in
the 90 block of Ardella Road,
according to a police report.
The victim told police her truck
was stolen from her driveway,
according to the report.

Aggravated assault was
reported on Sept. 8 in the 1600
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report. A citizen
called police regarding two
men arguing by a bus stop. The
suspect pulled a knife on the
victim at which point the vic-
tim walked in the opposite
direction to avoid a conflict,
according to the report.
***
James F Burns III, 33, was
arrested for carrying a con-
cealed firearm on Sept. 10 in
the 1500 block of Park Terrace


W., according to a police report.

Shots fired was reported on
Sept. 11 in the 1000 block of
Cornell Lane, according to a
police report. Officers respond-
ed and found a handgun,
according to the report.
***00
Larry Wayne Polk, 49, was
arrested for two counts of deal-
ing in stolen property, grand
theft and giving false verifica-
tion of ownership of pawned
items in the 300 block of Third
Street, according to a police
report. Police conducted a traf-
fic stop and discovered that he
had a warrant out of Marion
County, according to the
report.
***
NEPTUNE BEACH
James Franklin Goodwin, 50,
was arrested for possession of
cocaine and for being a habitu-
al traffic offender on Sept. 14 in
the 1400 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a
police report.

Vahid Dizdarevic, 18, was
arrested for fleeing or attempt-'
ing to elude a law enforcement
officer on Sept. 15 in the 800
block of Fifth Street, according
to a police report. The defen-
dant was traveling 73 miles per
hour in a 35 mile per hour zone
in the 500 block of Third Street,
according to a police report.
***0
Anthony Devon Coley, 24,
was arrested for possession of a
controlled substance on Sept.


15 in the 300 block of Florida
Boulevard, according to a
police report.
***
Criminal mischief was
reported on Sept. 13 in the 700
block of, Seagate Avenue,
according to a police report.
Someone keyed the victim's
vehicle, according to the
report.

Uttering a forged instrument,
deed or certificate of public
record was reported on Sept. 10
in the 100 block of First Street,
according to a police report.
The city's building official
reported that a suspect had
been attempting to obtain roof-
ing permits without a license
and by forging the signature of
the victim on applications,
according to the report.
***O
Gerald Lyle West, 45, was
arrested for possession of
cocaine on Sept. 13 in the 1500
block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to a police report.

Thurman Blaine King, 45,
was arrested for possession of
cocaine on Sept. 13 in the 1500
block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to a police report.
***
Mary B. Kelleher, 42, was
arrested for being a habitual
traffic offender on Sept. 13 in
the 1100 block of Florida
Boulevard, according to a
police report.
***


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Corporate challenge comes to YMCA in PV


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER

The second annual First Coast Games came
to Ponte Vedra Beach Saturday at the Winston
Family YMCA, where members of 16 corpo-
rate or government teams competed in swim-
ming events.
The games, begun last year by the YMCA of
Florida's First Coast of which the Winston
Y is a branch are aimed at improving well-
ness of participating team members and, by
extension, the community, said Ray Purvis,
an organizer of the games.
"First Coast Games encourages a culture
shift among corporate groups and civic
groups toward wellness, toward paying atten-
tion to health-risk factors throughout the
year," Purvis said.
"Over time, we hope that the impact of the
First Coast Games is to consistently improve
employee wellness and family wellness and
ultimately community wellness for the First
Coast area," said Purvis, a senior vice presi-
dent of the YMCA of Florida's First Coast.
Each business, government or civic group
that takes part pays $5,000 for its employees
to compete in one or more of 14 events,
which are held from July 23 through Oct. 13.
That amount covers such things as uni-
forms and officials, as well as personal trainers
for a wellness challenge.
Competitions are held primarily at branch-
es of the First Coast YMCA, although the soft-
ball competition is held at a Duval County
park, Purvis said.
When the games are finished, a representa-
tive from each team is selected to compete in
a 10-week fitness challenge, Purvis said.
For the swimming phase Saturday, swim-
mers and football players from Nease High
School served as volunteers.
"They're timing for the swim meet and get-
ting volunteer hours," said Mary Ann
Thomas, executive director of the Winston
Family Y.
Among participants this year are the city of
Jacksonville, the Clay County Health
Department, the Duval County School
District, Baptist Health and Vystar Credit.
Union, the presenting sponsor.
Terry West, a member of the Vystar swim-
ming team, said 70 of his company's employ-
ees participate.
"We're working really hard, trying to win,"
he said during a break in the swimming
events. "We've got some who are members of
two teams and one or two who are members
of three teams. And we have somebody on
every event.
"All I do is swim," said West, who added
he's the slowest member of the swim team.
"I'm also the old guy. They won't handicap
me."
Other sports are softball, volleyball, basket-
ball, flag football, cycling, running, rock
climbing and golf. The competition con-
cludes with a relay race and 5K run at the
Yates Family YMCA on Riverside Avenue in


Jacksonville.
"The foundation of the First Coast Games is
our . wellness challenge," said Purvis,
"where participants from each of the compa-
nies work with trainers at various YMCAs.
"They will work out twice weekly toward
wellness goals for 10 weeks, and there will be
medical screening before and after the train-
ing time that will measure fitness gains,
whether it be in cholesterol, blood pressure,
inches of body measurement or weight loss."
Cheryl Townsend, the city of Jacksonville's
swim team captain, said, "We have some real-
ly good swimmers on our team. We've got
some really energetic people. We've got a mix
of all different departments this year. It's great
to have people you don't typically get to work
with."
One of Townsend's swimmers is Maggie
Johnson, who lives in Atlantic Beach and
works for Jerry Holland, elections supervisor.
"I would say a very enthusiastic 10th" is
where Johnson ranked herself on
Jacksonville's 10-member swim team. "My
team captain, Cheryl Townsend, and team
coach, Scott Ditmar, have put so much ener-
gy into encouraging and coaching me. I'm so
surprised how much I've gotten out of it per-
sonally."


Nease High volunteers record the times of
competitors at the First Coast Games swim
ming meet, held Saturday at the Winston
Family YMCA in Ponte Vedra Beach.


Photos by CHUCK ADAMS
Ray Purvis, right, a senior vice president of the YMCA of Florida's First Coast and one of the organ-
izers of the First Coast Games, talks with city.of Jacksonville swim team captain Cheryl Townsend,
who has just finished warming up.


I-
Swimmers hit the water at the Winston Family'YMCA Saturday in one of the various races being
conducted in the First Coast Games.
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September 19, 2007 www.beachesleader.com Page 8A


JOHN
HARDEBECK
COLUMNIST


Speaking in

public not

strong suit

friends, Romans, coun-
trymen, lend me your
ears, but don't expect
silver-tongue oratory.
That's what I was think-
ing after I agreed to make
a speech at the
Jacksonville Beach Noon
Lions Club meeting
recently. The Lions' leader,
Lloyd Anders, asked me to
entertain the members
with some stories from my
work as a journalist.
I did it because I sin-
cerely admire the charita-
ble functions the Lions
Clubs perform in commu-
nities, especially their sup-
port of the blind and visu-
ally impaired.
I got a good grade in my
college public speaking
course. Even so, as I indi-
cated, speechmaking has
never really been my
strong suit, no matter
what I was wearing.
In the fifth grade,
dressed up as Honest Abe
for a Lincoln's Birthday
play, I got stuck iri the
middle of reciting'the
Gettysburg Address. Our
teacher prompted me fran-
tically from the wings
until I eventually remem-
bered the words. Relieved,
I figured the only worse
thing would be if Lincoln
assassin John Wilkes
Booth showed up.
From then on, I careful-
ly avoided any situation
which would call for me
to speechify. However,
finally, many years later, I
got dragooned into
addressing a group of
agency managers at
Prudential. I knew the
subject, so I apparently
did pretty well, since they
applauded. I bowed and
exited the room.
Unfortunately, I walked
into a closet, sorta like
bumbling Inspector
Clouseau in the Pink
Panther films. When I
sheepishly reemerged, the
audience gave birth to
mirth. Well, as that old
show biz saying goes,
always leave -'em laughing.
In an effort to inform
myself in advance of the
Lioris Club meeting, I
learned (from Wikipedia,
the online encyclopedia)
that Lions Club
International is the
world's largest service club
organization, with 45,000
clubs and nearly 1.35 mil-
lion members in 200
countries. Its motto is "We
Serve," and, naturally, it
was founded in the U.S.,
underlining this nation's
reputation as the most
charitable country in the
world. The organization
was originated by Velvin
Jones, who is alleged to
have commented, "You
can't get very far until you
start doing something for
somebody else."
Judging from the club
activities reports given at
the meeting, the Jax Beach
"Nooners" are doing plen-
ty of good things for oth-
ers.
My dear friend Ethel
told me that the old-time
Beaches telephone opera-
tors (of which she was
one) would explain to the
caller when the line
desired was already in use,
"The li-on is busy."
That's certainly true of
today's local Lions. Bravo
to those busy benefactors!


Fletcher turns 70 tomorrow









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photo courtesy of THE BEACHES AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Fletcher High School under construction in early 1937. The Jacksonville Beach school was named in honor of a former U.S. senator from Florida.



School opened for classes Sept. 20, 1937


event years ago tomor-
row, Fletcher High School
opened its doors to
Beaches-area students.
Classes officially got under
way at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 20,
1937, as Fletcher High stu-
dents joined more than
38,000 pupils who made up
the Duval County public
school system at that time.
"A newi school will be dffi-
cially welcomed into the sys-
tem: the high school at
Jacksonville Beach, designed
for the beach communities
and named for the late United
States Senator Duncan U.
Fletcher," The Florida Times-
Union reported on page 13 of
its Sept. 20, 1937, edition.
The original two-story brick
school building was built, for
the most part, with govern-
ment grants that Sen. Fletcher
helped procure before his
death in June 1936.
After the first two weeks of


-,

JOHNNY
WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
classes, Fletcher High's enroll-
ment of 258 students in
grades seven through 12 was
"double the number expect-
ed," according to Mrs. H.H.
McCondichie, a newspaper
correspondent for the T-U
who wrote a weekly column
in the paper titled "At The
Beaches."
"A football team. dubbed the
Senators has been organized."


Fletcher officially kicked off
its inaugural football season
on Oct. 11, 1937, under the
tutelage of physical education
instructor Cromer Shuler.
But before students could
cheer on their classmates in
leather helmets, a student
council and a student body
president had to be chosen
along with the school's 6fficia~i'
colors. '
"Purple and white were cho-
sen as the school scheme at a
meeting in the auditorium
with Principal F.A. Doggett,"
McCondichie reported in her
Sept. 30, 1937, column.
Frank Doggett, Fletcher
High's first principal, was only
31 when he was hired for the
post, which required a mas-'
ter's degree.
That first school year at
Fletcher, Doggett presided
over a student body of about
300, 13 of whom made up the
senior class.


photo by JENNIFER KNOECHEL
U.S. Navy rescue swimmer Thomas Gaeta of Mayport Naval Station guides Kiana Bacino, left,
and Jeremy Wike with kickboards.


In an interview with The
Beaches Leader in February
2000, Doggett said he fired a
fourth of his faculty that first
school year.
"All of the other principals
sent me their cast-offs,"
Doggett, who died in 2002 at
the age of 96, recalled.
"And when I fired them, the
'supeitihehderit said, 'You'll' ''
Lastt." : " '" '"-
Doggett was Fletcher's prin-
cipal for the school's first 32
years of existence. But despite
its central location Fletcher
drew students from as far
south as Palm Valley and as
far north as Mayport the
seaside school was situated in
what was then still a relatively
remote area of Jacksonville
Beach.
"To give you an idea of how
small it was that first year,"
Doggett recalled in 2000,
"there were no houses
between Fletcher and the


beach."
Books for the school's
library were scarce that first
school year, so a book drive
was the first order of business
for the school's PTA, which
elected Mrs. C.P. Wilcox as its
first president on Sept. 30,
1937.
The Beach Theater donated
Sa percentage of its profits to
help Fletcher purchase athletic
equipment for its sports
teams.
Fletcher was officially dedi-
cated on Oct. 13, 1937, in a
ceremony at the school.
But before those festivities,
the football Senators took the
gridiron for their inaugural
game on Oct. 11.
With only three weeks of
practice, the Senators made a
respectable showing in a 14-0
loss to the Faireast


See FLETCHER; A-10


San Pablo Elementary


teaches how to swim


by JENNIFER KNOECHEL
STAFF WRITER
John Stringfellow's goal is
to teach every student at
every grade level how to
swim and to improve their
swimming skills.
A physical education
instructor, Stringfellow is in
the middle of a two-week
swim session for students at
San Pablo Elementary School,
a magnet school for health
and fitness in Jacksonville
Beach.
"I'm finding that a lot of
them can't swim or they're
not as confident as they


should be," Stringfellow said
last week at the Fletcher High
pool, where he holds swim
classes.
"We teach them the basics;
how to tread water, blow bub-
bles, float on their backs, and
basic freestyle. I try to
emphasize lifetime sports
skills and this is probably the
most important skill they'll
learn."
Stringfellow is certified
with SwimAmerica, the
nation's leading learn-to-
swim school.


See SWIM, A-10


Beaches couple start hot sauce biz using family recipe


. by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLUMNIST
or the past two years, a
Jacksonville Beach couple
has learned how to start a
business and bring a food
product made from a family
recipe to market.
Mona and Bruce Peterson
started a business to sell 710
Dat's My Sauce, a datil pepper
sauce made from Bruce
Peterson mother's original
recipe.
According to her son, Jean
Peterson, who lived at the
beach for most of her life, was
known for her vegetable gar-
den and her great cooking.
One of her specialties was
her datil pepper sauce which
she used at home and gave to


her family and friends. She
started making the sauce in
the 1980s.
Since Jean Peterson's death
10 years ago, Mona and Bruce
Peterson have continued mak-
ing the sauce and giving it
away. Many people encour-
aged them to bottle the sauce
for sale, not just friends but
also strangers who tried the
sauce when they were in the
area.
Neither of the Petersons had


any previous experience in
the food business. Bruce is in
construction and Mona has
worked in real estate and sec-
retarial services.
Although they believed they
had a product that would sell,
they faced several challenges
along the way.
One of the biggest was find-
ing a company to manufac-
ture and bottle the sauce,
Mona Peterson said.
They were surprised to learn
that some of the other local
companies specializing in
sauces either do their own
bottling or don't bottle their
sauce locally.
After much searching, the

See RECIPES, A-9


photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
Bruce and Mona Peterson use a family recipe from Bruce's
mother for 710 Dat's My Sauce.


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Recipes: Jean's Spicy Boiled Peanuts


Cont. from A-8
couple contracted with Stage
Coach Bottling in Palatka. The
owners and staff at Stage
Coach were also helped with
information about labeling
and compliance with federal
regulations, Peterson said .
Even though she had taken
a small business course at
University of North Florida,
Peterson said that the help of
professionals and people with
experience in business was
invaluable. Areas where pro-
fessionals were essential were
in licensing, copyrights, and
trademarks.
Marketing for the sauce has
been going Well, the couple
said.
Restaurants in North Florida
and out of state have
expressed an interest in the
product.
Mark Peterson, Bruce's
brother, introduced the sauce
to a specialty market in
Orlando that scheduled a
product demonstration.
The company is called
Taytor LLC, named for the
Petersons' two daughters
Taylor and Torrie. Taylor is
designing the company's web-
site (710datsmysauce.com).
Production of the second
batch of 710 Dat's My Sauce
was recently completed. The
first batch is bottled with a
black label signifying that it is
slightly less hot version of the
sauce. The second batch, with
the red label, is a hotter ver-
sion made with more datil
peppers.
Like Jean Peterson, the cou-
ple grows datil peppers in
their backyard. However, they
don't harvest enough for the
business. To make sure they
have enough for production
Bruce Peterson recently pur-
chased 23 pounds of datil pep-
pers from a grower.
Using any other type of pep-
per just would not produce
the same taste, he said. The
datil peppers are unlike any
other pepper, they are sweet
and hot.
Whenever his mother was
cooking her datil pepper
sauce, Bruce Peterson said that
he could smell the aroma of
the sauce before he even
opened the front door. The
sauce is versatile and can be
used with chicken, seafood,
French fries, omelets, and any
kind of meat.
The Petersons still like to-eAt
it with crackers and cream
cheese, just like the family did
years ago.
The couple have dozens of
cookbooks from Jean's consid-
erable collection. They also
have numerous written


recipes, many which she had
indicated were of her own cre-
ation.
One of Jean Peterson's "my
own" recipes is Datil Pepper
Chili. This chili recipe has
chili powder and cumin along
with 8-12 datil peppers added
to ground beef. The sauce for
the chili is made from beef
broth, tomato sauce, and beer.
The dish is finished with fresh
cilantro and lemon juice dur-
ing the last 30 minutes of
cooking.
Peterson's original recipe for
Easy Baked Chicken can be
served as it comes from the
oven, with datil pepper sauce,
or with other sauces.
Creamy Corn Bread, which
Bruce Peterson said is the best
cornbread, starts with corn-
bread mix. Sour cream and
cream style corn improve the
texture and the flavor of plain
cornbread.
Use raw, green peanuts to
make Jean's Spicy Boiled
Peanuts. Boiled peanuts has
been a favorite in north
Florida and other parts of the
south for years and can still be
found for sale locally, said
Peterson.

The following are a few
recipes from Mona and Bruce
Peterson's collection of Jean
Peterson's recipes.

Datil Pepper Chili .

3 lbs. chili-ground orcubed
beef chuck
2 medium onions, chopped
2 medium red bell peppers,
chopped
4 cloves of garlic, mashed
and then finely chopped
8-12 datil peppers, stemmed
and finely chopped
4 T chili powder
3 tsp. cumin
3 tsp. oregano
2 10 oz. cans beef boullion
1 cup tomato sauce
1 12 oz. can beer
1 cup chopped fresh cilantro
or parsley
juice of one lemon

Saute beef, onions and bell
pepper in large pot. Drain.
Add remaining'ingredients
except cilantro and lemon
juice and bring to a boil.
Reduce heat, cover, and sim-
mer for one hour.
Add cilantro and lemon
juice and simmer for 30, in-:
utes. Taste for salt and add if -
necessary.
Best if made the day before,
refrigerated and then skimmed
of fat (if any) and reheated.

Creamy Corn Bread


For 8-inch square pan
2 eggs
8 oz. sour cream
8.5 oz. can cream style corn
dash of salad oil
about 2 dashes salt or sea-
soned salt
1 box Jiffy corn muffin mix

Double recipe for 9-inch x
13-inch pan
4 eggs
16 oz. can cream style corn
16 oz. sour cream
one-quarter cup salad oil
about 4 dashes salt or sea-
soned salt
2 boxes Jiffy corn muffin
mix

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Spray or butter baking pan.
Beat eggs, add sour cream
and mix; add corn and mix;
add remaining ingredients,
mixing well. Pour into baking
pan and bake 30-40 minutes
or until nicely browned.
Chopped jalapenos or other
chili peppers may be added to
taste before baking. Tabasco
sauce can be added: one ounce
for single recipe or two ounces
for double recipe.

Easy Baked Chicken

2 chicken breast halves
(with skin and bone)
one-half cup white wine
butter
salt and pepper
dried thyme
paprika
chopped parsley
juice of one-half lemon

Place chicken in baking dish
and pour wine over, dot with
butter and sprinkle with sea-
sonings. Squeeze a half of a.
lemon over all.
Bake uncovered for one
hour. Serve with rice.
Chicken can be enjoyed
with sweet and sour sauce
with chopped green pepper
and onion, barbecue sauce,
datil sauce, or any sauce.

Jean's Spicy Boiled Peanuts

2-3 lbs. raw green peanuts
one-half box plain salt
1 quart hot pepper sauce

Pick over peanuts and rinse.
Place in a large pot and add
salt, pepper sauce, and water
to cover. Stir. Bring to a boil,
reduce heat and cook over
Medium heat until tender. '
Start testing after one hour;
may take another half hour or
so.
Let cool in the liquid,
preferable overnight. Drain
and serve.


photo submitted
The Mayport Council of the Navy League of the U.S. held a luncheon Sept. 14 to honor Adm.
Harry Ulrich (center),,shown here with Mayport Council president Rick Hoffman, left, and U.S.
Sen. Mel Martinez. Ulrich, an Atlantic Beach resident, is the commander of U.S. Naval Forces
Europe and of the Allied Joint Force Command. Martinez discussed his recent visit to Iraq during
the luncheon held at Jacksonville's Wyndham Hotel. The next dinner meeting of the Mayport
Council will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Ocean Breeze Conference Center at Mayport Naval
Station. For reservations, call John Vargo at 220-9947.


photo submitted
Officers and board of directors of the Jacksonville Beach Woman's Club, including president
Elaine Bohn (center). The civic organization was founded in 1924 and meets every Tuesday at the
Selva Marina Country Club in Atlantic Beach. For membership details, call 249-8172.


PEOPLE & PLACES


Jeremy M. Hulett, a nephew
of Crystal Millner of Atlantic
Beach, recently completed 12
weeks of basic training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot,
Parris Island, S. C.

In recognition for achieving
a 4.0 average, Melissa S Hall of
Jacksonville Beach was placed
on the University of North
Florida's Dean's List for the
Summer 2007 term.
Hall, a senior at UNF, plans
to be an elementary school
teacher upon graduation. She
is a 2002 graduate of Fletcher
High School and the daughter
of Ellen and Tom Hall of
Jacksonville Beach.
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Michel Pardal has entered
Basic Cadet Training at the U.S.
Air Force Academy, Colorado
Springs, Colo., in preparation


to enter the first academic year
at the academy.
He is the son of Julian and
Marisela Pardal of "Atlantic
Beach.

Dr. Yank D. Coble Jr., M.D.,
recently retired from the board
of directors of Blue Cross and
Blue Shield of Florida after 13
years.
Coble began his board serv-
ice in 1994 and served a key
role on various committees of
the board until July 2001, at
which time he became director
emeritus.
Coble is an endocrinologist
in Ponte Vedra Beach and is a
distinguished professor and
director of, the Center for
Global Health and Medical
Diplomacy at the University of
North Florida and. a clinical
professor of medicine at the


University of Florida.
He serves on the boards of
Research!America, the Global'
Health Ambassadors Initiative;,
and the National Osteoporosis
Foundation.
He has served as president of
the World Medical Association
and American Medical
Association and is president
emeritus of the American
College of Physicians and
American Association of
Clinical Endocrinologists.
He also has served on the
National Institutes of Health
Director's Advisory Board,
Agency for Healthcare Quality
and Research Advisory Board,
as commissioner to the Joint
Commission on Accreditation,
and as chair of the Physicians
Consortium on Performance
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photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
The Petersons still like enjoy putting datil pepper sauce on crackers with cream cheese, just like
the family did years ago.


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Flu Shots at Players
A Council on Aging clinic for
the administration of flu and
pneumonia shots will be held
on two days at the Players
Community, 175 Landrum
Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach. The
hours and days are 9 a.m.-1
p.m. Oct. 9 and 1-3 p.m. Oct.
11. The cost of shots is $30 for
flu, which is free with with
Medicare Part B and picture ID,
and $45 for pneumonia, which
is first-time free with Medicare
Part B and picture ID. Call 209-


3643 between 9 a.m.-1 p.m. to
sign up. It is recommended to
call ahead to be assigned a
time, which will limit waiting
time.

Bridge & Basic
Conventions
A five-week course covering
basic conventions needed to
play competitive bridge is
offered at the Neptune Beach
Senior Activity Center begin-
ning Oct. 2. The classes, direct-
ed by master bridge instructor


Peggy Higginbotham, are
scheduled from 3-5 p.m. on
Tuesday. The course fee, $75
per person, is required at the
time of registration. Call 270-
1688 for information.

Senior Computer Classes
The Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center offers comput-
er classes for seniors, instructed
by Elizabeth Rose, beginning
Oct. 2. The classes are sched-
uled Tuesdays and Thursdays
for three weeks. 270-1688.


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EDUCATION


photo submitted
These students at Mayport Middle School were named Winn-Dixie's A-team winners for great
academics, attitude and attendance. Pictured are Justin Stephens, Crystal Aukens, Terrence
Roberts, Eboni Maye, and Jack Perry.



Swim: Program at San Pablo Elem.

Cont. from A-8 time to assist Stringfellow. his students are excellent
The program begins with "It's fun to get them in the. swimmers and are on swim
the basics of blowing bubbles pool and it's real important teams, but over the years he's
to learning proper swim to make sure they know how finding that more students
strokes. to swim," said Navy rescue don't have the swim skills
Every spring and fall swimmer Matt Hayden of they should for school age
Stringfellow has students at. Mayport-based Helicopter children.
every grade level in the pool Light Squadron 40, who is in In almost every class there
for 30-40 minutes a day for his second year volunteering is at least one student who
two weeks'. By the end of two with the program. can't swim and in some class-
weeks, students swim in the "It's surprising but some of es he,s had students who had
deep end and their reward is the kids don't have the never been in a pool until
jumping off the diving board. opportunity to take swim- this opportunity.
"We are fortunate because' ming lessons or be in pools." "The more I do this the
there are very few elementary According to the more I realize that most kids
schools that have access to a SwimAmerica website, don,t have the basics," said
pool," said Stringfellow, who Florida leads the nation in Stringfellow, who started the
has been at San Pablo for the drowning and near drowning SwimAmerica program at San
past 17 years. and 65 percent of drownings Pablo about 15 years ago.
"So this is a great opportu- occur in swimming pools. "I hope I've saved a lot of
nity for our students." "Roll over, float, yell for kids and at least made them
Teachers for each class walk help is the most important feel comfortable when
students to the Fletcher pool swim skill for a child to they're at a pool or in the
on Seagate Avenue. learn," said John Leonard, ocean."
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Fletcher: Dedicated Oct. 13, 1937.


Corit. from A-8
Commodores, the defending
champions of the six-team
Junior City Conference.
Said one newspaper account
of the game: "The Beach team
displayed fine spirit and used
an attack which is going to
give the opposition trouble.
Only inexperience and over
anxiousness handicapped the
Beach athletes yesterday."
Fletcher's inaugural football
team won only two of its
eight inaugural games on the
junior varsity level that year,
but went 6-3 in 1938, playing
a full varsity slate.
Fletcher's first homecoming
game was Thanksgiving Day
1937. A crowd of 600 turned
out for the 10 a.m. kickoff,
but the Senators were stuffed
33-0 by visiting Jackson High.
Tickets to the game were 25


cents. Children got in for 15.
The theme for Fletcher's
dedication ceremony on Oct.
13 was "A Dream Come True."
The highlight of the occa-
sion was the unveiling of a
portrait of Sen. Fletcher by his
daughter, Mrs. Neil Smith-
Gordon.
"The painting will hang
over the main entrance to the
auditorium," McCondichie
reported on Oct. 14, 1937.
Fletcher served 27 years in
Congress and his career
spanned the terms of six presi-
dents. He died in office at the
age of 77.
Mayor of Jacksonville twice
and chairman of the Duval
County Board of Public
Instruction for seven years,
Fletcher was a giant in his
day.
According to former U.S.


Sen. Walter George of Georgia,
"No member of Congress was
held in higher esteem by pres-
idents" than Fletcher, hailed
as the "Gladstone of the
South."
At the Oct. 13 dedication
ceremony, former U.S. Sen.
Scott Loftin told a large gath-
ering that included members
of the School Board, that, "As
a useful structure [the new
high school] reminds us of
Senator Fletcher's life of pub-
lic achievement and his con-
tributions to the field of edu-
cation.
"This school is an enduring
and useful monument in
which every child educated
will be a living memorial to
Senator Fletcher and what he
stood for."


FOR THE KIDS


TEDDY BEAR THURSDAYS
Adventure Landing, at 1944
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach, is hosting a new activi-
ty for toddlers, pre-schoolers
and elementary-aged children
called Teddy Bear Thursdays.
Each Thursday, from 10-11:30
a.m., children can enjoy creat-
ing their own stuffed animal at
Adventure Landing's Teddy
Bear Factory. For $7.99, a child
and his or her caretaker can
select an "animal skin," then
be involved in the process of
stuffing it, naming it and issu-
ing the new stuffed animal
friend a birth certificate.
Children also can participate
in coloring activities. Kids and
their caretakers also get to ride
the Wacky Worm Family
rollercoaster, which is included
in the price. Call 246-4386 for
information.
LIBRARY ACTIVITIES
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 N. Third St., Neptune
Beach, offers a variety of chil-
dren's activities in September.
For information, call 241-
1411.
*Children's Programs
-Family Preschool
Storytime, 0-5, Thursdays at
1030 a.m.
-Toddler Time, 19 months-
3 years, Wednesdays at 10:30
a.m.
-Mother Goose Storytime,
birth-19 months, Wednesdays
at.11 a.m.
-Preschool Storytime, 3-5
without adult, Wednesdays at
11:30 a.m.
-Dance Trance, 7-12, at
10:30 a.m. Sept 22.
FAMILY YOGA IN THE
PARK
Free themed-yoga activities
are offered at 6 p.m. Sept. 19 at
Howell Park in Atlantic Beach.
For information, call With
Child Yoga at 904-372-0116 or
visit www.strollerjizewith-
childyoga.com/calendar.html.
MY GYM OPEN HOUSE
My Gym will hold an open
house from 1-4:30 p.m. Sept.
30. Therewill be games, pup-
pptsshsws, .iRusif lids 'agd raf-
fles, and everything will be
free. My Gym is at 14444
Beach Blvd.-#4, in the Publix
shopping center at San Pablo
and Beach Boulevard. The
company My Gym has been in
business for 25 years. For infor-
mation about the free open
house, call My Gym director
Spring Reifer at 223-4966. For-
information about My Gym,
visit www.my-gym.com.
CAMP UNDER STARS
Atlantic Beach offers a Fun


photo by JENNIFER KNOECHEL
SStudents compete in a sack race this month-at Jacksonville
Beach Elementary as part of a scout roundup. Cub Scout, Boy
Scout and Girl Scout troops are forming at the Beaches. Call
your local school for more details.


Day and Camp Out Under the
Stars Oct. 7 at Jack Russell Park.
Activities begin at 11 a.m.,
when check in and tent setup
can get started. The cost is $10
per camp site. All activities are
free. Reservations can be made
at Adele Grage Community
Center, 716 Ocean Blvd., from
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
For information, call 247-
5828.
SEASIDE PUPPET SHOWS
Seaside Playgarden puppet
shows are held at 4 p.m. the
first Thursday of each month
at the Seaside Playgarden, a
Waldorf Initiative, 223 8th
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. The
puppet shows; which are
appropriate for children ages
2-9, are free to the public. For
information on Waldorf educa-
tion and programs available at
Seaside Playgarden, visit
jaxwaldorf.org or call 247-
1314.
BEACHES LIBRARY CHIL-
DREN'S PROGRAMS
Saturday Craft Surprise is


held from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. the
first Saturday of each month. A
new and easy craft is offered.
The Beaches .Branch Library is
at 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach. Call 241-1141 for infor-
mation.

FAMILY FUN DAY
Family Fun Day is held
Sunday at the Slammer &
Squire and King & Bear golf
courses at World Golf Village
through December. Family Fun
Day allows families to enjoy
golf together. The program
costs $50 for a twosome or $80
for a family. There will be
monthly family-style tourna-
ments that bring added value.
For information on Family Fun
Day, call 904-940-6088 or visit
www.golfwgv.com.
LITTLE YOGIS CLUB
The Little Yogis Club, for
children ages 1-5 with parent,
meets weekly for themed yoga
activities in Atlantic Beach. For
information, go to
www.strollerjizewithchildyo-
ga.com or call 372-0116.


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They want to earn your trust. Portfolio reviews or
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Come to meet Tim and Robyn in person and enjoy
some food, drink and door prizes. While there,
make an appointment for a free review of your own
investments. "Making sense of investing" is the
motto they live by.
One particular area where Tim believes he can be
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Uselman provides inspiration


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
Rob Uselman, who has
worked at the PGA Tour for
more than 20 years and has
had multiple sclerosis since
1992, provides inspiration for
Team PGA Tour.
Team Tour has 57 members,
including friends and fellow
employees of Uselman. Team
members, along with family.
members, participate in the
150-mile MS Bike Ride, to be
held Sept. 29-30. They pre-
sented the first team jersey,
designed by Rob Knox, to
Uselman Friday.
"The whole thing really
took me by surprise. It was
very touching and an honor,"
Uselman said.
"When Rob Knox showed
us the first designs, it was
'We've got to give Rob a jer-
sey, we've got to frame one


and give it to Rob,'" Kristie
Reeves, co-captain of Team
Tour with Rebecca West, said
after the presentation.
"Last year, to cross the fin-
ish line in St. Augustine in
tremendous heat, to see him
sitting on tarmac in a wheel-
chair, dripping sweat... And
he would not leave until he
saw each member of our team
cross that line," she said.
"Rob definitely inspired our
design. We wanted to show
the morphing of someone
coming out of a wheelchair
and getting onto a bicycle,
show them getting their
movement back," said Reeves,
a New Media project manager
for the Tour.
The goal of the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society is to
defeat the disease that affects
more than 400,000 people in
the United States and 2.5 mil-
lion around the world.


Uselman was diagnosed when
he was 30, Reeves' sister,
Karen Kunz, was diagnosed
six years ago.
Uselman spoke to Team
Tour in March, telling them,
"MS is very lonely, very scary.
You don't know what to
expect from one day to the
next." But he said he's not
alone. "I've got all of you, I've
got the PGA Tour."
This will be the 19th year
for the PGA Tour MS Bike
Ride, the brainchild of Ruffin
Beckwith and Gary Becka.
Uselman spent his first
seven years in golf mainte-
nance. After he was diag-
nosed, he said TPC Sawgrass
superintendent Fred Klauk,
for whom he was working,
"went to the Tour and said,
'Hey, I think we need to keep
this guy around.' The Tour
did what the Tour does, they
opened their hearts. But they


Photos by CHUCKADAMS
Ashley Greer, from left, Cheryl Strickland, co-captain Rebecca West, co-captain Kristie Reeves,
John Silvester and Rob West, with Rob Knox standing behind, join Rob Uselman after the first
Team PGA Tour MS Bike Ride jersey is presented Friday to Uselman, a PGA Tour employee who
has multiple sclerosis


didn't just give me a job.
They gave me the opportuni-
ty to build a career.
"It makes me feel useful,
which is one of the things
with MS. A lot of the things
you used to do you can't do.
You kind of start to feel use-
less. But thanks to the Tour
and this job, that issue's
gone."
The Tour sent him to class-
es, and he taught himself.
"Six to eight weeks later, I
was writing programs."
After programming,
Uselman became a systems
analyst, then moved into
project management.
"All along the way they've
given me the training I need-
ed," said Uselman, whose
roots are in Minnesota.
In 1987 he and his wife,
Nancy, moved to Florida with
their children, Sarah and
Nick.
"They had to suffer through
this when they were young,"
he said of his kids. "They
missed a lot."
In his early Tour years,
when he wasn't working,
Uselman was playing golf.
"I loved golf. When you
worked in golf maintenance
back then, this course was vir-
tually empty after 3 p.m. So
we just grabbed our clubs and
got to play all the time."
Uselman said that typically
he shot in the 80s, but occa-
sionally would break into the
70s. His best golf handicap
was about a 10.
"I played after MS for as
long as I could. Once I could-
n't break 90 anymore, I said
that's enough."
It used to take Uselman 30
minutes to get ready for work;
now it takes up to two hours.
He's needed a wheelchair the
past three years, and it's been
15 years since he's taken his
wife onto a dance floor.
"When I saw Rob move into
his wheelchair, then my own
sister was diagnosed, it made
me realize how quickly things


K


Photos by CHUCKADAMS
Ashley Greer, from left, Cheryl Strickland, co-captain Rebecca
West, co-captain Kristie Reeves, John Silvester and Rob West,
with Rob Knox standing behind, join Rob Uselman after the first
Team PGA Tour MS Bike Ride jersey is presented Friday to
Uselman, a PGA Tour employee who has multiple sclerosis


can change with this disease,"
said Reeves, who has worked
at the Tour for 10 years. "I
would ask him, on behalf of
the team, to speak at our
meetings, and he's always
been more than willing to do
that. People with MS are
extremely sensitive to heat
and cold. To see him refuse to
leave until he saw all of us
cross the finish line was
amazing."
Uselman's,plan this year is
to be at the halfway line in
Daytona.


"We have some team mem-
bers who only ride that first.
day," said Reeves. "He's going
to'be in our tent in Daytona
and greeting all of us as we
end there."
The ride, in which 2,000
cyclists participate, begins
and ends at the St.
Augustine/St. Johns County
Airport. The overnight stay is
at the Plaza Resort and Spa in
Daytona Beach. Online regis-
tration can be accomplished
at nationalmssociety.org/fln.


Coastal cleanup nets trash


Early totals show that
Saturday's Jacksonville
Coastal Cleanup, a regional
effort of the Ocean
Conservancy's 22nd Annual
International Coastal
Cleanup and the Florida
Coastal Cleanup, was one of
the most successful of its kind
in recent years, according to
organizers.
Individual residents, fami-
lies, Scout troops, students,
corporate groups and others
spent their morning collect-
ing litter and debris from nine
riverfront and oceanfront
sites across the community.
Together, 460 volunteers
collected approximately
14,460 pounds of litter. In
addition, volunteers cleared
the shorelines of other dis-
carded items including a bicy-
cle, approximately 500
pounds of carpet, two televi-


sions, pieces of metal, a large
metal sign, plywood boards,
an industrial lighting fixture
and a soap dispenser.
Collectively, more than
2,600 Jacksonville volunteers
have participated in the event
since the city joined the effort
in 1999. They also have
logged more than 6,100 hours
and collected more than
100,700 pounds of marine
and inland litter.
The Ocean Conservancy's
International Coastal
Cleanup has historically been
the largest ,and most success-
ful volunteer event of its
kind. Since 1986, thousands
of volunteers from around the
globe have come together to
clear more than 100 million
pounds of trash from 170,000
miles of shorelines, rivers,
lakes, and wetlands.
Worldwide, thousands of


volunteers collect millions of
pounds of litter and debris on
inland roadsides, coastal
areas, inland lakes and rivers.
Spearheaded locally by the
city's Clean It Up, Green It Up
Division, volunteers interest-
ed in this worldwide effort to
clean and protect the envi-
ronment are provided with
materials such as garbage bags
and gloves. Volunteers help
to eliminate debris that
injures wildlife, contaminates
beaches and waterways and
threatens boater safety.
The event was sponsored by
the Ocean Conservancy, Glad
and Waste Management and
was a partnership of the City
of Jacksonville, Beaches Sea
Turtle Patrol, From Jax With
Love, Phi Theta Kappa Honor
Society, Sisters of the Sea and
the Surf Rider Foundation.


Photo SUBMITTED
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September 19, 2007 SPO RTS


Inside
* Fishing Leader
* Tebow leads Gators
* Classifieds


ITrnovers doom Panthers in 1-point loss


Cowboys pick

off 3 passes in

4th quarter to

topple Nease

By JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
MADISON COUNTY Ted
Stachitas shouldered much of
the blame for last week's one-
point road loss to state-ranked
Madison County High.
The dual-threat senior quar-
terback for Class 4A Nease High
threw a career-high three inter-
ceptions in Friday's 15-14 set-
back to 2A No. 5 Madison.
The host Cowboys (1-1) ral-
lied from a 14-0 halftime deficit
and scored a game-winning 2-
point conversion run with less
than two minutes to play to
down the visiting Panthers (2-1)
at "Boot Hill" Stadium.
Stachitas (8 of 21 passing)
was picked off three times in
the fourth quarter and held to a
season-low 54 passing yards.
His second interception was
the costliest, leading to
Madison's winning score with
1:42 remaining.
"It was all on me in the sec-
ond half," Stachitas said after
the game, Nease's third consec-
utive road contest to open the
season.
"I was making bad decisions.
That [second] interception was
the worst. Our defense gave us
chances and we should have
capitalized: That's probably the
worst game I've ever played."
Nease's defense, which held
Madison's mul-
tiple Wing-T
offense to 59
total yards in
the first half,
stoned an 11-
play, 79-yard
Cowboy drive "-
at the Nease 1
to preserve a
14-7 lead late
in the fourth.
Two plays
later, Stachitas
tried to force a
deep throw
on second I was m
down from decisions.
his own end
zone, but the ond] interc
jump pass was the worst. C
picked off by
Madison's gave us cd
Justin we should h
Hampton at
the Nease 15. ized.
The _
Cowboys
scored on a Ted S
15-yard fade e
pass on the Panthers q
ensuing play,
and junior fullback Chris
Thompson tallied the winning
2-point conversion on a weak-
side run from 3 yards out.


Photos by ROB DeANGELO
ABOVE: Nease High defenders James McVeigh (43), John Gallagher (90) and'Graham Bates (4) are among the Panthers stopping Madison County running back
Chris Thompson just short of the goal line in a fourth-quarter stand last Friday night. Nease suffered its first defeat of the season with a 15-14 loss to the Cowboys.
BELOW: Panthers quarterback Ted Stachitas is pressured in the end zone resulting in a fourth-quarter interception that led to Madison County's go-ahead score.


"We don't have anything to
lose when we
play.teams like
Nease," Frankie
Carroll,
Madison
County's head
football coach
Sand athletic
.director, said
Friday night.
S.. : "They're 4A
.arid.we're 2A,
so if we c~ n get
them in a close
.. game in the
fourth quarter,
making bad we are going to
That [sec- go for'he win
every time.
option was "Our kids
)ur defense love to play
football, and
lances and they were not
iave capital- playing
Cowboy foot-
ball in the first
_half. Coach
[Mike] Coe,
tachitas our offensive
arerbac coordinator,
ruaterac make some
great adjust-
ments at halftime."
For instance, Madison
Switched its power run game for
a more balanced run-pass


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Panthers receiver Matt Leighty (25) can't come down with a
catch in the end zone as Cowboys defensive back Travis Arnold
breaks up the pass during action last Friday.


attack.
The Cowboys also used five
different running backs in the
second half and had four explo-
sive plays of 20 yards or more.
Junior fullback Cory Akins
got the Cowboys on the board
early in the third quarter on an
electntying 63-yard trap play on
third-and-long.
Seniors Harry Reddick and
Chestin Harden had runs of 22
and 23 yards and senior Jabaris
Thornton had a 32-yard catch
and run.
Harden (4 for 10 for 76 yards)
threw four first-down passes in
the second half, including the
15-yard TD to Thomton.
On the 2-pointer, Harden
faked an inside handoff then
flipped the ball to Thompson,
who ran around left end for the
game-winner.
"It was a great call by them,"
Nease defensive coordinator
Danny Cowgill said.
"Our defense was put in some
adverse situations. [On the
trap], we had everybody up [on
the line] and there was just a lit-
tle crease and that's all their
guys need."
Nease had some game-break-
ing runs of its own in the first
half.:
Stachitas (67 rushing yards)
had runs of 19 and 34 yards and
senior Andrew Barnes (72) had a
51-yard TD on an option scam-
per. But Stachitas was sacked
eight times for minus 42 yards .
and Nease receivers failed to
catch the ball in critical situa-
tions.
"We needed to hit some kind
of big pass play to get [Madison]
out of that [3-3 stack] defense
and we didn't do it," Nease
head coach and play-caller Craig
Howard said.
"In the first half, it was open
for us and we had that beautiful
96-yard drive after coming off a
great goal-line stand. We had a
chance to kick a field goal and
win it, but the ball was tipped
and intercepted again."
Howard was referring to
Stachitas' last pass of the night
that was deflected at the line of
scrimmage and fell like a gift
horse into the hands of Cowboy
linebacker Harry Reddick, who
returned the ball to the Nease
43 with 40 seconds remaining.
Nease sophomore Andrew
Barker missed a 42-yard field .
goal in the fourth quarter on
one of the Pantheis three short-
field opportunities in the second
half.
The Panthers also had 78
yards in penalties and surieri-,
dered a 55-yard punt return in
the first quarter.
Seniors Brian Cosgrove and
Keheem Smith made plays on
defense and special teams,
respectively.
Madison's aggressive defense
contributed to Stachitas uneven
play.
"They were bringing more
than we had to protect," said
Stachitas, who suffered his first
regular-season loss as a starting


quarterback.
"But I have to put this
behind me. It will be hard, but
it's what I have to do."
Added Howard: "Madison
did a good job of adjusting in
the second half and got more
people up there on the line of
scrimmage.
"We needed to make a play


on offense to give us a chance
to win the game, but we had
some turnovers and probably
some bad calls by me. We
could have taken a safety down
there and we didn't.
"We played Madison County
to put our kids in a crucible of
competition. We'll get tested
again, both at home and


away."
Nease entertains Miami Bay
Point High at 7:30 p.m. Friday
for its home opener before trav-
eling to Daytona Beach
Municipal Stadium on Friday,
Sept. 28, for an inter-state
encounter with 5A powerhouse
and 2003 state champion
Daytona Beach Mainland (2-1).


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ON THE RUN






Fletcher
.A High's
Megan Bary,
left, and
Nease High's
Bailee
S-.. Hedstrom
run stride for
stride during
last
.. .' ..... .-. Saturday's
Katie Caples
Invitational
cross-country
meet at
.,' .' Bishop
. K Kenny High
School. The
- meet honors
the memory
.. ,:. of former
Kenny cross-
country run-
ner Katie
_2 Caples, who
M died in a car
accident in
1998.


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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


September 19, 2007


FISHING



A big king and some flounder caught off pier


Capt. Chris Rooney on his
"Driftin' and Dreamin'"
with William Goodling.
Eddie McGowan and Ray
Fonteneau, made a Saturday trip
to the Elton Bottom over the
weekend and picked up three
kings on their flat line. The
largest weighed 25 pounds.
They also caught three dolphin,
two amberjack, three snapper to
15 pounds, a ten-pound scamp,
20 beeliners and 15 triggers.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow
fished last Tuesday with Tony
Younan and Bo Hall from his
"Little Yvonne." They worked
the river near Sisters Creek for
26 mangrove snapper.
On Saturday, Sam Wilson and
Frank Pixler teamed up with
Capt. Fred for a 15-pound
drum, eight yellowmouth, five
jacks and 11 sea bass and croak-
ers.
Capt. Whit Whitlock


*---'





WIMPY SUTTON
FISHING LEADER

chummed behind the shrimp
boats off St. Augustine north of
the Inlet and caught two tarpon
weighing well over 100 pounds.
Capt. Whit reports good sized
blacktips cruising his chum line
all morning.
Stan Spray got everybody's
attention last Wednesday night
when he hooked and landed a
king weighing 43 pounds.
Excellent catches of flounder,


Photo submitted
Terry Rhodes is ready to clean his 5.5-pound flounder caught
orrthe-dax Beach Pier last week.


Spanish and red bass were also
caught from the Jacksonville
Beach Pier last week.
Terry Rhodes weighed up a
flounder at almost six pounds,
Melissa Neu caught a 26-pound
red and an 18-inch speckled
trout and Garrett McLeod
reported a catch of a 27-pound
red bass, 3 blues and a Spanish.
Spencer Brogden used finger
mullet to catch four reds and
eight flounder.
Capt. Bob Cosby used live
mullet near the end of the
north jetties to catch three tar-
pon last Thursday. They ranged
in weight from 30 to 60
pounds.
Last Monday, Capt. Dave
Sipler with Ken and Chruse
Justice worked the river with
live shrimp to catch three trout
and four reds.
On Tuesday morning, Scott
Jones and Bob Benjamin went
with Capt. Dave and caught 14
trout and four mangroves.
Buck Gergley brought a pair
of flounder by B&M. One
weighed six and a quarter
pounds and the other three
pounds.
Larry "Fishman" Finch
reports very slow fishing in the
surf last week but in the canal
near the new Wonderwood
span, the red bass, flounder and
speckled trout were strong. He
and George Atelevich brought
home their two reds and a
dozen trout and flounder each.
Capt. Dennis Young fished
from his "Sea Dancer" with Joe
and Jimmy Ryan last
Wednesday and had plenty of
action at the party grounds.
They caught three grouper


weighing between 12 and 18
pounds, three snapper to 15
pounds and a box full of sea
bass and triggerfish.
On Friday, Capt. Dennis and
his guests, the Ed Rummell
party, fished the amberjack hole
and caught 18 triggerfish, two
snapper they could keep and 20
sea bass.
On Saturday, the Willie
Chaffee party fished the bottom
at E.F. with Capt. Dennis and
boxed an 18-pound gray
grouper, one 15-pound scamp,
four keeper snapper, nine trig-
gers and six sea bass.
Capt. Chris Savitz took the
"Mayport Princess" out last
week while Capt. George Strate
made a short trip to the Florida
Keys. On Wednesday, the
anglers brought home a 27-
pound grouper, a 20-pound dol-
phin, 20 jacks, five snapper.and
dozens of beeliners.
On Friday, the Safety
Contractors piled some
respectable fish on the cleaning
table at Monty's. Mark Lewis
had a 25-pound snapper,
Douglas Poppelt cleaned a 15-
pound jack, Joey Williams' cool-
er full of fish was highlighted by
his 13-pound grouper. Joey
Williams Jr. Caught a 12-pound
snapper.
Other anglers caught 10 bar-
racuda, 10 triggerfish, six jacks
and coolers filled with beeliners
and sea bass.
On Saturday, King Associates
made the trip with Capt. Chris
and were all smiles as they came
off with stringers filled with bee-
liners, amberjack, sea.bass, and
several grouper.
Good Fishin'.


Photo submitted
Stan Spray caught this big 43-pound king last Sunday evening
from.-he end -ofthepier.-, ...


Photo submitted
Melissa Neu caught this 26-inch red from the Jax Beach Pier
last Sunday.






Mike Chaires
used live fin-
ger mullet in
the river off
e Heckscher
Drive to catch
this 8.5-pound
flounder over
the weekend.


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Photo by ROB DeANGELO
University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow gets set to throw a pass during the annual Orange
and Blue spring game last April. Tebow led the Gators to a 59-20 victory over SEC rival
Tennessee last Saturday, completing 14-of-19 passes for 299 yards, two touchdowns and one
interception. Tebow, a former Nease High star, also rushed for 61 yards on 18 carries and scored
twice as Florida improved to 3-0 on the season.


Cheer up, Gator fans -
things are sure to get
better. Give your team
time; it's young and it will get
started. Who knows how good
Florida football might be
before long. Why, the team
might even beat Auburn. It
might even beat.Georgia.
Strange things do happen ...
The Tim Tebow Show last
Saturday, which co-starred
Percy Harvin and a cast of
thousands, went off fairly
well. The Gators just went off
like Roman candles. The
Tennessee team just went off
- period. And its glad to be
gone.
A 59-20 victory over the
Vols is O.K., but what have
the Gators done for you since
then? Does it ensure a victory
this week when UF has to go
way down yonder to
Mississippi? Ole Miss got
whooped by Vanderbilt. And
if that doesn't leave it snarling
for revenge against anybody
who happens to come along,
there's no red blood in
Oxford.
The Rebels know all about
Tebow and Florida's multi-tal-
ented attack, but knowing
about it and stopping it are
two different things. The Rebs
should also know that the
Florida defense is now to be
considered. The Gators aren't
playing at home, where the
snapping things can devour
even the most talented foes.
But UF has enough speed and
bulk to stop the best.
Florida's strength on offense
is not banked on the Tebow
terror, but few on the schedule
can match it. Against.
Tennessee, once the Gators'
most dreaded foe, the boys in
Blue and Orange showed why
they're rated up there with
Southern Cal, LSU and
Oklahoma.
Tebow just accounted for
three touchdowns, one rush-
ing. And he:thpoWs paspes,, ,,,
standing up or going down.
What if he did have-one-inter-
ception? The former Nease
High star completed 14 of 19
for 299 yards. Tebow also ran
for 61 yards on 18 trips, led
only by Harvin who had 75
yards on nine tries.
The Vols' QB ripped off 249
yards in the sky and one TD.


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PRESS BOX


Tebow did. That was the big
difference Saturday.
lead his team to victory, Tim

difference Saturday.
Down the road, coach
Urban Meyer has to figure a
way to deal with LSU, but
that's three games away.
Unless Tebow gets maimed or
carted away by aliens, why
worry now? First there is Ole
Miss and then Auburn. The
Tigers may be conscious by
then.
Jaguars make a win
d --seem difficult
As was written last week, it
looks like a long season for
the Jaguars.
Having to struggle to beat
the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday
was even worse a sign than
losing to the Tennessee Titans,
which has more or less


become habit over the years.
There's the old saying,
"Better to be lucky than
good," The Jaguars hadn't
really been either until
Sunday. They were lucky the
Falcons' kicker missed two
field goals or this one would
have gone down the drain,
too.
And Jacksonville was lucky
to get John Carney out of the
Smithsonian Institution or
wherever they found the old
kicking relic. Old John came
through in replacing the
injured Josh Scobee with two'
big field goals that kept the
team afloat in a sea of danger.
Give credit where credit is
due: Reggie Williams, of
whom much has been expect-
ed for so long, actually
became the hero when he
caught (and held onto) one of
David Garrard's passes for a
14-yard touchdown in the
fourth quarter with the
Jaguars trailing 7-3.
Miracles do occur some-
times. That score put the local
heroes ahead to stay. This one
was like pacing the maternity
ward waiting for delivery of
something besides pizza.
The Del Rio boys have to be
commended for defense-for
the first time in a long time.
Sacking Atlanta's quarterback,
Joey Harrington, seven times
is more like it. Vhy haven't
they been doing this regularly,
fans might ask. If Del Rio can
tell us, we wish he would.
Smiling Jack was at least smil-
ing for a change at the conclu-
sion df Sunday's game. Even if
it did resemble the smile of a
man on death row when the
governor calls a halt to the
proceedings.
This is an indictment again
of the lost offense. Fred Taylor
(56 yards) and Maurice Jones-
Drew (31 yards), contributed to
the cause, but both are expect-
ed to do a lot more. A win
demands this heralded one-
. two punch put sixesO dnht-,
board.
Garrard did his job, going-
17-of-25 for 272 yards, but
Sthis.team should have put
more in the scoring column
than 13 points.
If you should happen to
find the offense while you're
out and about, call Wayne
Weaver.


Jacobs wins Summer Beach Run


SJeffrey J. Sneed, P.A.


Justin Jacobs of Jacksonville
raced to an impressive vic-
tory in the five-mile
rrabba's Summer Beach Run
last Saturday evening. It was
the 24-year-old's first win in
the 43-year old race.
From the start, Jacobs
stamped his authority on the
race, going out hard and fast in
order to break away during the
opening quarter-mile of the
'first two and a half mile south-
bound segment. But hanging
onto him were Shawn Williams
(31) and Mike Hensley (21),
Both of Jacksonville. The first
mile went in 5 minutes and 20
seconds.
The three passed the two-
mile point in just under 11
minutes. The wind was in their
faces and Jacobs was leery of
people drafting off him. It was
drafting that caused him to fin-
ish second in 2006. Just after
two miles he surged to lose his
pursuers.
At the halfway point, Jacobs
turned northward and, with
the wind behind him,
increased his pace and opened
an uncloseable gap. He went
on to win in 27 minutes and
50 seconds.
At three miles. Hensley and
Williams faded and were
passed by Orange Park Masters
runners John Metzgar and
John Steinberg.
It proved to be a great day
for "oldies" as Metzgar,45, fin-
ished second in 28:05, beating
his rival 48-year-old Steinberg.
Steinberg however turned in a
fine performance, finishing
third in 28:35.
Their amazing runs set them
up for prize money in the over-
all division, eliminating them
from the Masters classification,
which was officially won by
Gary Gates, 42, of Jensen
Beach, Fl. Gates time was
30:15.
Brandon Anderson, 22, was
fourth in 28:46, while Hensley
and Williams were fifth and


BOB FERNEE
RUNNING/FITNESS


sixth in 28:59 and 29:33,
respectively.
"I didn't want it to be a slow,
tactical race. I wanted to win it
in a good, respectable time,"
Jacobs said.
Neptune Beach's 64-year-old
running sensation Dave
Ohnsman turned in another
fantastic performance, winning
his age group in 35:53.
Jacksonville's Kim Pawelek,
33, had little trouble winning
the women's race. With no real
competitive pressure she
cruised to victory in 30:17,
making her eighth overall.
J.C. Pinto and Tiffany
Beechy, both 30 years old, fin-
ished second and third in
31:47 and 31:55, respectively.
Kathleen Kaye, 49, was the
Masters winner in 35:11.
"I'm pleased with my race,"
Pawelek said afterward. "I've
run 95 miles this week in train-
ing for the Twin Cities
Marathon which is in three
weeks' time."
Pawelek won Twin Cities in
1999 with a 2:37:58 run. Race
officials are bringing back for-
mer winners and she is hoping
to do well.
The well-organized Summer
Beach Run went smoothly and
runners were thankful that the
temperature was in the 80s
rather than the usual 90s.


"The beach was wide open
with plenty of hard-packed
sand," commented Atlantic
Beach's "Running Realtor,"
Paul Wilson.
There were 1,593 finishers,
the largest SBR in many years.
Full results can be found
online at lstplacesports.com.
"I think we could have got-
ten 2,000 if it hadn't been for
the Florida-Tennessee football
game going on in Gainesville
at the same time," remarked
race director Doug Aired.
"Still, we were up a little
from last year and that was a
good year. The record was set
in 1982 When we had 3,300
registrants and 2,700 finishers.
"I doubt if we will ever see
those numbers again."
Not everyone stayed in
Gainesville though. U of F stu-
dent Julie Allen was on hand
celebrating her 29th birthday
with fellow Gators Gabriella
Blohm and Ondi Crino. Their
five miles would be run in the
costumes of Wonder Woman,
the Avenger and a ballerina.
The start of the race was
delayed by 10 minutes due to
the large number of late regis-
trants. At 6:10 p.m., the can-
non fired and participants
went south for two and a half
miles then turned north to fin-
ish where they had begun,
adjacent to the Lifeguard
Tower in Jacksonville Beach.
Five minutes later, an esti-
mated 100 children participat-
ed in a one-mile fun run along
the beach.
Afterward, the crowd was
treated to a party featuring live
music and free food provided
by Carrabba's Italian Grill, the
race's title sponsor. This provid-
ed the perfect setting for the
seasoned veterans to unwind
some of their old SBR tales.
Ponte Vedra Beach attorney,
John Duss remembered his first
SBR in 1975.
"The race organizers had
three pickup trucks and they
piled us all in the trucks and


drove us north five miles up
the beach," he recalled. "Of
course, it was just a real small
race back then. Then we ran
down to the Lifeguard Tower
where our cars were parked.
"Everyone who finished got
a ribbon with the words 'Beach
Marathon' on it."
Retired Jacksonville attorney
Buck Fannin, remembered the
heat-related horror of his first
SBR.
"There must have been two
dozen prostrate people lying
on the ground in the finish
area with emergency crews
working feverishly on them,"
he said.
The image remained with
Fannin and years later as a
Jacksonville Track Club board
member he volunteered to be
the race's director.
"One of the things I felt I
had to do was get it away from
that 12 o'clock starting time. It
was so dangerous; I was afraid
someone might die," Fannin
said.
When he suggested moving
the starting time, one of the
board's members, Lamar
Strother, went ape. "You can't'
move the time," Strother
exclaimed. "Noon is tradition-
al!"
Fannin continued: "Anyway
I got them to move the start
time to 3 p.m, Big deal; still
plenty hot. But at least it was-
n't at high noon anymore."
Strother is right about one
thing: Tradition is a big part of
the SBR. And tradition and his-
tory are two reasons why the
event, the oldest race in
Florida, pulls a crowd year after
year.
As race official John
TenBroeck, said: "It's a great
event. People love coming out
to the beach. It's healthy and
fun. Everybody's here, it's great
to see 1,600 runners on the
beach. There is a great party
afterwards with good food. It's
one of the best events at the
beach all year."


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Wednesday, Sept. 19
Daughters of
Confederacy: United
Daughters of the
Confederacy, Mattie T.
Wright Chapter, meets at 11
a.m. at Selva Marina Country
Club, 1600 Marina Drive,
Atlantic Beach. The program
will be a presentation of Mary
Martha Reed and David
Yulee. Visitors are welcome.
Call 223-1413 for informa-
tion.
Family Fun Hour: Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
(GTMNERR) hosts a Family
Fun Hour from 2-3 p.m.
September 19. The topic will
be Manatees with the
Suzanne Tate story "Mary
Manatee-A Tale of Sea Cows."
The story will be followed by
a manatee craft activity for
participants to take home.
The event is open to the pub-
lic, including large groups;
however, children ages 3-10
must be accompanied by a
parent. Participation is free,
but registration is required by
contacting the GTMNERR at
904-823-4500.
Foundation Academy
Event: The Foundation
Academy, on Third Avenue
South, kicks off its school-
year canned ministry from
8:45-10:15 a.m. by creating a
freestyle art piece at the
school's parking lot. Students
from K-12 will add donated
cans to the evolving design
until the design is completed.
After a picture is taken, sev-
enth- and eighth-grade stu-
dents will deliver the cans to
BEAM.
GOP at Cultural Center:
The Ponte Vedra Republican
Club holds its Autum Kickoff
Mixer from 5:30-8 p.m. at the


Gentlemen swing your partners


Square


dancers


meet


weekly

by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
The Northeast Florida Square
and Round Dance Association,
formed in 1957, celebrates its
50th anniversary Sept. 30 and
past, current and potential
members are invited.
"We're trying to reach
dancers who belonged over the
past 50 years," said association
member Kathy McKinney, who
can be found every Tuesday at
Rollaways Square Dance Club,
which meets at Sandalwood
High School's cafeteria.
Rollaways' lessons under
dance caller Ken Miller run
from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and
are followed by the club dance
until 10 p.m. Lessons continue
to March.
McKinney and husband Jack
were convinced in 1993 by
Mary Ann and John Lawrence,
who live two doors over in
Jacksonville Beach, to give
square dancing a try.
"If you'll come dance for a
couple weeks,, and if you don't
like it, I won't bug you any-
more," veteran dancer Mary
Ann Lawrence recalls telling
the McKinneys. "Well, they
loved it, and they've been
dancing for about 14 years."
Experienced dancers help
those wanting to learn.
"We take a new student and
dance with them as an 'angel,'"
said Jack McKinney. "John and
Mary Ann did that for us. They
'angeled' us all the way
through." .
Kathy McKinney's first part-
ner Tuesday was retired
Fletcher teacher Jerry Stancik,
who said, "I think square dance
is great. Getting to know peo-
ple" is why Stancik said he was
there. "There's a lot of activity."
September has been pro-
claimed "Square Dance
Month" by Jacksonville Mayor
John Peyton and Florida gover-
nor Charlie Crist. Square danc-
ing is the state folk dance.
"There are five associations
in Florida," said Jack
McKinney. "The Northeast
Association has 20 clubs in,
among other communities,
Flagler, Gainesville, Lake City,
Palatka and St. Augustine, plus
10 in Jacksonville. You can
dance every night of the week
in Jacksonville."


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Photo by CHUCK ADAMS
John Wilson and family dance during a square dance program last week. See more photos of the
dance at www.beachesleader.com


SCharity dances raise money
for Dreams Come True, City
Rescue Mission and Shriners
Crippled Children.
"We're raised more than
$100,000 for those," said
McKinney.
A state convention in
Lakeland every May is followed
by a national convention in
June.
As Stancik said, square danc-
ing is a way to meet people.
The Lawrences met while
square dancing and have been
married 19 years. Walt and
Diane Syphard, who met at
Rollaways, were married Jan. 1.
Dance-floor marrieds Jo and
Pat Seelhoefer teach line danc-
ing during the Tuesday evening
breaks.
Square dancers realize they
need to attract children to keep
their activity going.
"We have more fun when
there's kids around," said
Kathy McKinney. "They learn
twice as quick as an adult."
McKinney said square danc-
ing attracted children 50 years
ago, and the family line con-
tinues.
"Now that they're older,
they're into second- and third-
generation in their families'


dancing," she said.
John Wilson, who lives in
the West Beaches, was at
Rollaways with a family group
that included his grandchil-
dren. His 6-year-old grand-
daughter Nysia Talbot said
square dancing is "fun, espe-
cially the swinging parts."
"You make it as much fun as
you can," Wilson said of how
to get children involved.
"The fun part is what we
stress more than anything
else," Jack McKinney said.
Dancers can continue into
their 90s.
"This year we celebrated
three.dancers' birthdays, all 91
years old. We've got one
dancer, Robert Stormes, who
lived in Jacksonville Beach for
years and is 94. Still does some
dancing," said McKinney.
Miller, who has been calling
dances for 20 years, credits his
wife with getting him started
- despite his wishes.
"Our neighbors invited us to
lessons. She signed us up with-
out asking me. I figured I'd go
two to three weeks and it
would be over. But it went on
and on. Still here after 20," he
said. "I have seen people who
did not want to get involved,


were dragged here by someone,
but ended up liking it. Most
people who try it like it."
The association's 50th
anniversary dance will be held
at Tynes Elementary School in
Middleburg.


Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach, 50 Executive
Way. Nationally known
singer Dot Wilder Jazz Band
will entertain. Sculptor David
Ponsler will speak about his
works in the Cultural Center's
current exhibition. The event
is free to members; there's a
nominal -charge for guests.
For information, visit
www.pvbgop.org.
NARFE: National Active
and Retired Federal
Employees Chapter 1671
holds a noon luncheon meet-
ing at the Golden Corral
Restaurant, 14035 Beach
Blvd. Visitors are welcome.
For information, call 221-
7644.
Thursday, Sept. 20
Saluting 'Greatest
Generation': District 17 Rep.
Stan Jordan of the Florida
House of Representatives is
sponsoring, with WJCT-TV, a
special salute and recognition
of World War II's "Greatest
Generation." The events
beings with a reception from
6-7 p.m., followed by a spe-
cial World War II presenta-
tion by WJCT at 7:15 p.m.
The event is being held at the
WJCT Studios, 100 Festival
Park Avenue. For informa-
tion, call Jordan's office at
359-2644.
Friday, Sept. 21
Up and Cummers: The
Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens' Up and Cummers'
Fashion Forward opens at 6
p.m. for VIP guests and 7
p.m. for, general admission.
The event features area bou-
tiques. Tickets are $35 for Up
and Cummers members, $45
for non-members. For VIP
ticket information, call
SWanda Klima at 899-6010.
Saturday, Sept. 22
Board Game Day: Family
Board Game Day will be held
from 2:30-5:30 p.m. at the
Beaches Branch Library, 600
N. Third St., Neptune Beach.
For information, call 241-
1141.
'Rollin' on River': The 21st
annual First Coast Car
Council Car, Truck -and
Motorcycle Show, "Rollin' on
the River," which benefits the
Ronaltd McDonald" House- of"
Jacksonville, wike be held,
from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at The
Jacksonville Landing, 2
Independent Drive. The shqw
will feature more than 300
vehicles, a 50/50 drawing and
door prizes. The event is free


for spectators and open to the
public. For information on
the show, visit the First Coast
Car Council website at
www.carcouncil.org.
Ronald McDonald House:
The seventh annual
Children's Way 5K Run/Walk
and Family Day will be held
starting at 8 a.m. at Ronald
McDonald House of
Jacksonville, 824 Children's
Way. Events start at 8 a.m.
with the 5K Run/Walk, fol-
lowed by its awards ceremo-
ny at 9 a.m. A One-Mile Kids
Fun Run begins at 9:15 a.m. A
free family festival runs from
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Last year,
more than 500 runners and
walkers participated in the
5K, an additional 400 people
attended the family festival.
5K registration is available at
1st Place Sports stores, online
at www.lstplacesports.com,
by calling 904-731-1900 or
may be done the morning of
the race. The cost is $15
through Sept. 16, $20
through Sept. 21 and $25 day
of race. Children may partici-
pate in the Kids Fun Run for
$5 through Sept. 21 or $10
day of race. The Children's
Way event raises more than
$70,000 each year for the
Ronald McDonald House of
Jacksonville.
Sunday, Sept. 23
ACLU Film: In commemo-
ration of Constitution Day,
the Jacksonville chapter of
the American Civil Liberties
Union of Flbrida presents an
.episode of the ACLU
"Freedom Files" focusing on
students rights and starting at
3:30 p.m. The free event is
open to the public and will be
held at the Mandarin Branch
of the Jacksonville 'Public
Library, 3330 Kori Road.
Kickoff to a Cure: The
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's
Hallmark Partners Tailgate
2007-Kickoff to a Cure will
be held in the Terrace Suite at
Jacksonville Municipal
Stadium. Contact the
North Florida Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation at 904-733-3560
or visit www.cff.org/chap-
ters/nfl/.
Monday, Sept. 24
Betty -Griffin House:
"Runway for Safety," a bene-
fit 4 ncheon and fashion
show for Betty Griffin House,
begins at.11 a.m. at the
Marriott Sawgrass, Ponte
Vedra Beach. The cost is $45
per ticket; tables of eight are
welcomed. For reservations,
call Florie at 904-543-1086.


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Baryshnikov art hanging in JB


Famed dancer visits

J. Johnson Gallery


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
Mikhail Baryshnikov, who
said Friday he's come to
Jacksonville "probably more
than 100 times," has added
another visit to the "just a few
times" he's been in
Jacksonville Beach.
His photo exhibit,
Dominican Moves, with
Baryshnikov in attendance,
opened with a benefit event
at the J. Johnson Gallery it
4th Avenue North in
Jacksonville Beach.
The beneficiary of the $75
admission was the Florida
chapter of the Nature
Conservancy. Benefitting
from the sale of a limited edi-
tion print, signed by
Barysnikov, was the White
Oak Plantation Conservation
Center in Nassau County.
"I'm glad to be a part of it,"
Baryshnikov said of the bene-
fit opening, which featured
photos the' ballet dancer,
actor and head of a dance
foundation in New York has
taken in the Dominican
Republic, where he has had a
house for "a good eight years
or so."
Barysnikov said he has done
"35-millimeter photography
for many, many years. But
this is my new kind. Last cou-


pie of years, I
got involved
with the digital
media. I photo-
graph move-
ment, not por-
traits, not land-
scape, just
movement. I
like the effect of
it."
The J.
Johnson Gallery
is owned by
Jen n i f e r
Johnson Duke,
the Johnson &
Johnson heiress.
Wesley Grissom
of the gallery. Dancer, acto
"We are between one
thrilled to have opening of hi
Baryshnikov in Gallery in Jar
our gallery.
We're thrilled to
exhibit his photographs,
which are amazing and tech-
nically brilliant," said
Grissom. "This is. also extra
special to. us because we're
able to have this benefit.
That's how we've designed
this opening, so we can put
the money toward two envi-
ronmental causes for the First
Coast, and try to make an
impact here locally as well as
nationally. And show some
wonderful art to the


.


Photos by CHUCK ADAMS
r and now accomplished photographer, Mikhail Baryshnikov stands
Sof his digital action shots and his signature at Friday's benefit
is photography exhibit, Dominican Moves, at the J. Johnson
cksonville Beach.


Jacksonville public, some-
thing they might not be able
to see otherwise."
Everyone knows
Baryshnikov as a dancer, said
Grissom, but "he picked up
the camera about 20 years
ago, and since then he's really
developed a fantastic eye and
really honed in on his pho-
tography skills. It's become a
passion for him, almost equal
to the dance, I believe. That's
how he feels at this point in
.his life."


Baryshnikov is still
involved with dancing
through the Baryshnikov
Dance Foundation in New.
York.
"It's kind of a dance troupe-
ish thing, where they help
younger dancers 'out. He's
very involved there," said
Grissom. "And he's very
involved with White Oak: But
I think his current passion is
really the photography. So
we're very excited to be able
to show that to Jacksoriville."
Hallie Stevens of the Florida
chapter of the Nature
Conservancy applauded the
evening.
"It's just so generous of Mr.
Barysnikov and Jennifer
Johnson Duke, to be sponsor-
ing this. And that the pro-
ceeds go the Florida chapter
of the Conservancy, and for
conservation in Florida, in
general.," Stevens said.
The exhibition opened to
the public Saturday. J.
Johnson Gallery is at 177 4th
Ave. N.


Some of those attending
Friday's benefit opening of
Mikhail Baryshnikov's
SDominican Moves at the J.
Johnson Gallery look at his
work. The exhibit opened to
the public Saturday.


Field trip blues: Check




inside of mom's car


"Only if you
won't judge
me." I say, smil-
ing at Mrs. Hoey
after she asks if
she can ride
with me on the
field trip.
Busted. I knew
-if my car wasn't
cleaned out, she
would inevitably
want to go with
me. This lovely JEN
lady is a living, EMI
breathing adver- GUEST C
tisement for
Talbot's. Always
classically put
together with crisp lines and
not a hair out of place. I
begin to sweat.
"You must know, the car is
not a top priority."
Wondering if she could pos-
sibly understand. My insides
cringe at the thought of her
getting into my unkempt
vehicle.
I sprint in front of her to
assess the perils of the pas-
senger side. What if a Cheeto
sticks to her butt? I might
never recover.
Whew. Nothing tumbles
out when the door opens.
My hands swiftly pull out a
ball glove, empty water bot-
tle and a carpenter's apron
from Lowe's. How many
weeks has at been since we
went to that workshop?
I grab a tube of pink and
green mascara, Tic Tacs, a
SoBe Lean drink, a Publix
receipt and some small
pieces of who knows what.
Dying on the inside, I hurry
to tuck them in my console.
Caleb's bright green frog
umbrella can stay.
Feeling as though I'm
exposing a dirty little secret,
the blood rushes to my
cheeks. I am officially
stressed and it is not easy to
frazzle my already disorgan-
ized little world;
Some people are unorgan-
ized and it doesn't bother
them. It bothers me. There's
always another project to
squeeze in, one more load of
laundry to fold, a counter to
wipe, a pile that needs to be
dispersed. Hustling from one


N
M
C


Thing to anoth-
er, cleaning the
car falls to the
wayside.
The family
vehicle is above
all, a vessel of
infinite action.
MHusic, laughter
and singing at
the top of our
lungs. Sharing
stories, burping
lIFER contests, gas
IONS attacks and
)LUMNIST armpit farts.all
in the name of
fun. Where else
can the boys do
these things? Hauling chil-
dren, cleats, groceries,
firstaid kits, snacks, stinky
socks, sweaty T-shirts, tennis
rackets, juice boxes and the
like. Where is the Maid
Brigade when you need
them? Oh yeah, you have to
make an appointment.
Think about it. How often
do you actually have another
adult in the car with you?
Besides your spouse or part-
ner, I'm betting almost
never.
On the rare occasion I do
meet up with a friend, not
involving children, board
meetings, class mom duties
or sports, we meet some-
where. Not ride together.
Otherwise, our hairyscary
schedules would not permit
us those few cherished
moments of adult conversa-
tion and the possible.latte. A
skinny of course.
I'm not awesome at every-
thing. I'd like to be. When
the realities of my imperfec-
tions smack me in the face,
it grabs my breath for a
moment. Upon revival, I am
comforted by the notion that
I do have plenty of
strengths. A pristine car is
simply not one of them.
Heavenly Father, some-
times we judge ourselves
more than anyone else ever
considers doing. Help me to
not get so caught up in being
super-woman that I overlook
all the good You've put in
me. (Hope I didn't scar Mrs.
Hoey, I'm afraid I judged her
by thinking she'd judge me -


oops at least nothing stuck boys. She welcomes your com-
to her.) ments at jenniferemmons@com-


Emmons lives in Fernandina
with her husband and three


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ACROSS
1 Narratives
6 Study at
the-11th
hour -
10 Men's
S nicknames
14 Zee's
counterpart
15.Israeli
dance
16 Horse
color
17 Hall
cabinet
contents
18 Deserving
of praise
20 WWII
general
21 Feast
23 White
poplar
24 Covenant
25 Shea
Stadium
players
27 Prisoner's
hope
30 Girl's
nickname
31 White
House
resident
from 1861
Sto 1865
34 Indigo dye


35 Rich
material
36 The: Sp.
37 Unfaithful
rascal
41 Large cask
42 Elders
43 End in
_;have
no winner
44 PC key
45 Perceive
sounds
46 Put one's
arms
around
48 Writer's
table
49 Think
deeply
50 Tijuana
title
53 Anatomical
features
54 Jungle
denizen
57 Type of
music
60 Put a
stop to
62 Caught in

63 Aye or
nay
64 Delta
65 Torme
and Tillis
66 Observer


67 Part of a
wood joint
DOWN
1 Auction-
eer's word
2 In the
center of
3 Hackman
4 Iron
5 Item for
the foot
6Sing the
psalms
7 Took the
train
8 Equip
9 Month
before
te6
10 Swift
animals
11 Garment
12 Lofty
13 Dagger
19 Evaluating
22 Bartender's
need
24 U.S.
President
25 Insects
26 Pennsylvania
port
27 Noodles
28 Cancel
29 Laughing
30 Not now
31 Winged
32 Chief


supporting
factor
33 Curved
characters
35 Move .
furtively
38 Old
anesthetics
39 Ticks off
40 Steak
orderer's
word
46 Measurement
47 State
positively
48 Prescribed
amounts
49 Race
participant
50 Phony deal
51 Women's
magazine
52 Finger's
feature
53 Find odious
54 Yemeni
seaport
55 100
centavos
56 First lady's
home
58 Common
contraction
59 Playfully
shy
61 Originally


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(904)571-5653.


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Pets & Animals Service Guide cont.
300 Pets 648 Pressure Washing
310 Pets for Sale 650 Painting
330 Stables/Livestock 651 Pest Control
340 Lost/Found Pets 652 Plumbing
Announcements 653 Pools
400 Notices 654 Photography
405 Travel 655 Rain Gutters
415 Personals 660 Remodel/Const.
420 Legal Services 665 Repairs
4256Legal Notices 670 Roofing
440 Misc. Lost/Found 675 Sprinkler & Wells
450 Instructions/Schools 677Tree Service
460 Weddings. 678 Tile
Employment 680 Upholstery
500 P-T Help Wanted 685 Wallpapering
510 F-T Help Wanted 690 Water Treatment
520 Job Services Health Services
530 Bus. Opportunity. 700 Massage Therapy
540 Child Care 710 Health Care Serc.
550 Work Wanted 730 Caregivers
555 Career/Seminars For Sale
Service Guide
Service ue 800 For Sale
600 Services 805 Music & Instr.
601 Air Conditioning 810 Antiques
602 Alterations
607 Auto/Boat Detailing 815 Auctions-
608 Auto Rep 820 Wanted to Buy
825 Trade
609 Bus. Services 830 consignment
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September 19, 2007


The Beaches Leader/ dra Leader


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ATLANTIC BEACH, near ICW, 4BR/2BA
house, large fenced yard, stone fireplace,
new carpet. 2153 Featherwood Dr. E.
Owner relocating and must sell. Reduced,
$209,900. (904)280-2728 Iv. msg.
NEPTUNE, EAST of A1A, 3BR/2BA, ga-
rage. 233 Pine St. $589,000. 249-7946,
FSBO, NB, 3BR/2BA. Lovely beach home,
all white brick. Many updates and ameni-
ties, 2268sf. MLS#376506 $430,000,
1106 Hagler Dr. W. 241-6514, 655-7831.
Make Offer!
POOL HOME, 4/2 Built in '99, 2400sf, In-
tercoastal West, $349,000 co-op. Call
(904)591-6795.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA. Must sell.
$150,000. (904)339-3084.
AWESOME LAKEFRONT JAX BEACH
4BR/2.5BA, quiet cul-de-sac, 2500+sf.
Fully remodeled. $395,000 will co-op.
2441 Oak Forest Drive. (904)591-7392.

ATLANTIC BCH like new luxury pool
home. 4BR/3BA, 3000sf, listen to the
ocean and walk to the beach from this qui-
et neighborhood. Will consider lease/
lease purchase or 100% financing. $749K
514-1090.
NEPTUNE BCH, No Closing costs, no
prepays, beautiful 4/2, 4 blocks to beach,
will co-op, 454 Lora St. Asking $369,000
(904)662-6522
FOR SALE OR LEASE TO OWN!.
4BR/2BA, Old Atlantic Beach, 3 blocks to
ocean. Priced for quick sale per your ap-
praiser. Call Bill (904)318-5174. All offers
considered.
LOCAL LENDERS are making excellent
loans. Now is a great time to buy! Check
out these values...
BUY A HOME FOR THE
PRICE OF A LOT!!
SAWGRASS PLAYERS CLUB 3BR/2BA,
one-story home w/great curb appeal and
inviting Florida room, $435,000.

DOLPHIN COVE completely renovated
4BR with stunning kitchen, huge fenced
yard & updated baths,
$350,000.

SELVA LINKSIDE 3BR home surround-
ed by tropical palms and just blocks from
the ocean, $349,900.

SANDY OAKS 3BR/2BA HardiBoard
home with blooming bird of paradise and
ancient oaks, $329,900.

CLUB COTTAGES 3BR patio home on
the big lake, with terrific kitchen & master
bath updates, $449,000.

PALENCIA 4BR, over 2200 sf on a quiet
cul-de-sac, best value in the community,
$394,000.
BERRY & CO. REAL ESTATE
(904)273-4800
BEACHES* ICW* SS* JAX
BEST DEAL IN TOWN
VILLAS AT CROSS CREEK
3/2, 2 car garage, vinyl siding exterior,
nice lot. Only 164,900.
MARSH LANDING- THE GREENS WAY
2/2, end unit condo w/ 1 car gar. Gated w/
many extras. Reduced to $229,000.
NOTTINGHAM HARBOR- POOL HOME!
4/2, one owner, home lovingly maintained
in great location. Great in-ground pool w/
screened cover. Tons .of upgrades.
$299,000.
SUTTON LAKES-THIS HOME IS LIKE
BRAND NEW!
Immaculate 3/2, 2 car gar. Hardly lived in.
No-pet/ non-smoker home for those with
allergies. Huge fenced backyard, irrig.
system w/ separate meter, and all neutral
colors. $219,900.
STERLING RIDGE
Brand new- kitchen, flooring, paint, too
much to list. 3/2, 2 car gar. on huge lot.
Parking avail, for boat/ RV. $214,900.
THE COURTYARDS- ATLANTIC BEACH
2/2, w/ loft & private courtyard for enter-
taining-Close.to.,base_-Great.deal at only
$110,000.
COBBLESTONE
Almost 2000sf, 3/2, w/ formal living, din-
ing, den & lanai. Fenced yard w/ view of
lake. All tile throughout. $239,900.
SANDALWOOD
3/2 lovely manufactured home on nice lot.
A steal for the price, won't last at $89,900.
*r *
3/2, approx. 1350sf, all remodeled, like.
new inside. Must see! Only 184,900.
MORE HOMES/GREAT DEALS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY....
CALL HOME FINDER REALTY
221-1711 OR 241-5501


ABSOLUTELY LAST price reduction in
new home. 2 story contemporary,
3BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, hardwood
floors, all stainless appliances, custom
cabinets, granite counter tops; jacuzzi tub
in master, walk in shower. All baths have
granite vanity tops. Nothing comparable at
this price anywhere at the Beaches.
$359,900, 1140 20th St. N., Jax Beach.
Call builder/ owner, 568-9210.
* PONTE VEDRA LANDING *
3BR/2BA, 1 car garage,. New roof, re-
plumbed, light & bright open floor plan.
Corner lot & fenced backyard for more pri-
vacy. Possible lease purchase. $199,999.
First Trust Realty, call June 994-3608.
FINAL SALE PRICE
LAGOON HOUSE
1703 2nd Ave. N. Was $375,000.
Final $228,500. (904)616-1126.
SAWGRASS BEHMUDA Court Patio
Home. Player's Club section, back yard
fronts on beautiful lagoon, 2 min walk to
large park, community pool, quiet and safe
neighborhood, 2BR/2BA, 1700sf., no ga-
rage, excellent condition. Price Reduced
to $259,500! (904)571-3877.
MUST SELL! PVB, UNDER $200K, SFH,
2BR/2BA, garage, wall unit, 1250sf,
(904)994-0990.
1 MOTIVATED SELLER! Neptune Beach,
within three blocks of ocean. Over 2000sf.
reduced to $389,000. Call Jackson Lane-
hart c/o Keller Williams Realty, 910-6652.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 blocks to beach,
3/2, 2300sf, $499,000. (904)655-8015.
SPECTACULAR MARSHFRONT
Jax Bch, sweeping, panoramic views
overlooking 1500 acres of creek, island, &
ICW. Modern, spacious, & extremely com-
fortable layout. 65ft lap pool, covered
shuffleboard court, redfish pond, 3500sf
heated, 6000sf under roof, 8000sf total liv-
ing space. Owner relocating, first $875K,
$175,000 below appraisal. Mike McGuire
(904)246-5162.
RANCH STYLE brick home 3BR/2BA,
Seat rm w/ fireplace, dining rm, garage,
enced back yard, $259,999.
(207)696-5694.

JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, pool, fireplace,
Appraised, $369,000, Sell $295,000.
(904)304-7982,
JACKSONVILLE BEACH RARE FIND!
Just 4 blocks to the beach, this 3/2.5
boasts an open floor plan with bamboo,
travertine and tile throughout. The private,
professionally land/night escaped backyard
provides a relaxing backdrop for the
screened in porch with' hot tub. Stainless
appliances throughout kitchen- all stay.
Designer lighting and fixtures compliment
this well-maintained 1800sf. treasure.
436 9th Avenue South, $399,900. Real-
tors welcome. MLS#362681. Call for an
appointment (904)535-8812.

*
MUST SELL Oceanfront- Newer custom
built 5/4.5 on ocean, 4725sf, office, tile,
wood floors, pool and spa, screened lanai,
hot tub, and private beach. $2.5M.
Reduced in Ponte Vedra- Custom con-
crete block, lakefront 4/3 on culdesac,
2824sf, chef's kitchen, built-ins, lanai,
'screened porch, 2.5 car courtyard garage.
$575K.
Below Builder Cost in Queens Harbour
New 3/2.5 end unit luxury townhome, tile
floors, courtyard, chef's kitchen, balcony,
views, 3 car garage. $625K. Lease pur-
chase or rent $3000/mo.
Must Sell in Jax Beach- 4/2.5 w/loft in
Ocean Cay. New carpet, paint, tile floors,
screened lanai, lots of storage, comm..
pool, walk to ocean!. $480K.
Cool Pool- Hot Price- Lakefront 4/2 with
screened pool, upgraded tile floors, cov-
ered lanai, open kitchen, fireplace, breath-
taking water views. $329K..
Exceptional in Egrets Glade- Brickfront
3/2 on culdesac, open great room, fire-
place, tile ard wood floors, new carpet,
fenced yard, covered patio, shed. $215K.
Lakefront PVB Condo- Enjoy peaceful
lake views or relax in front of the fireplace
in your spa:cous Z'2c5 o.'ndo w/screaned
porchi"inr :beautiful *Pdnte1 Vedral-$209K
or for rent for $995/mo.
Adorable and Affordable- 3/2 on fenced
lot in Bentwater Place. Immaculate and
move-in ready, new carpet/paint, new vi-
nyl, all appliances, sprinkler/security.
$205K.
New Price in Ponte Vedra- Updated 2/2
lakefront condo in Ponte Vedra Beach is
perfect for an easy and fun lifestyle! Enjoy
walks to shops, TPC and beach $169K.
Phyllis Staines, Realtor
904-476-SOLD
www.pstaines.com
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate


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PONTE VEDRA great view 3/2 condo,
plantation shutters, fireplace, new stain-
less steel appliances. Tenant in place until
May. $239,000. 904-280-5170 or 616-
5274.

STEAL A DEAL
Lovely 2/2 at World Golf. Paid $200K,
Asking $207K. Rent $1100/mo. 565-9919.
PVB, TOWNHOUSE CONDO, lakefront,
private, 2BR/2.5BA, all upgrades including
new kitchen. Strategic location. $205K.
Call 280-8782.
NEW CONSTRUCTION- Surfside Con-
dos, oceanviews; 2 & 3 bedrooms; move-
in Nov., 2007. Call Renee L. Baron, Inc.
(904) 242-2821
WOLF CREEK, 2BR/2BA, ground level,
s/s appliances, W/D $159,900. Seller will
pay $3000 towards closing costs. Grace
Ellis, Owner/ agent. All Pro Realty Spe-
cialists Inc. (904)655-7923.
PONTE VEDRA Bch, on canal, top floor
1BR 1BA, 1 car garage. All amenities, gat-
ed comm., very nice. $172,900. Finance
terms avail. (850)933-7200.
FSBO- EDUCED
Jax Beach. New condo, Valencia,
2BR/2BA, 1357sf. $340K. (904)241-4544.
ATLANTIC BEACH,, 1BR/1BA, 1 block to
beach, $175,000. Call (904)246-6758.
PVB- OCEAN Grove, 2BR/2BA, garage,
beach access, lake view, 1070sf. FSBO
$199,500. 904-221-8458.
JAX BCH, Oceanfront. 4/3.5, 2500sf, NE
8th floor. FSBO, agents welcome 2%.
$799,000 OBO. 612-3200.
WATERFRONT, BRAND new, 3BR/3BA
w/boatslip. Darien, GA, 1 hour from Jack-
sonville. $299,000. McGuire Mortgage.
246-9915.
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR/2BA w/bonus room, new carpet,
CH&A, fenced yard. Near ocean and Han-
na Park. 1158 Songbird Lane. $114,900.
280-2728, excellent rental history Iv. msg.
JAX BEACH, FSBO. New condo, 5th floor,
3BR/3.5BA, 2400+sf, corner unit w/beauti-
ful ocean views, 2 balconies, granite, SS,
fireplace, pool, $760,000, 607-9295.


ATLANTIC BEACH 2/1.5 Townhome, fire-
place, pool, $99,500 firm, 241-8706, 607-
9980.


PVB, OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA, full amen-
ities, beach access. Financing available.
$134,900. 226-3968.
OCEAN FRONT
THE SANDPIPER
2/1 top floor, corner unit, tiled balcony with
great views. Elevator, pool and storage,
349,000. Owner/ Agent. 887-7053.



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3/2 S/W, stove, refrig. D/W, WDHU. Fresh
paint, new carpet. Lease to own, $1000
down, $495/mo. +lot. Own it in five years,
242-9404 (0) or 483-1725 (C). #99 Admi-
ral's Walk.
2/1 S/W, WDHU, stove, refrig., #96 in Ad-
miral's Walk; $12,000 cash OBO. 242-'
9404 (0) or 483-1725 (C).
1500SQFT, D/W, 3/2, LR, DR, FR
UT/room. Newly renovated. A beautiful
home in a quiet beaches park. For less
than $30,000, #140 in Admiral's Walk.
242-9404 (0) or 483-1725 (C).



AQUATIC GARDEN 3/2, W/D, fenced
yard, possible lease option, pets allowed,
$1100/mo. 803-6560.
ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2.5 TH, 3 blks from
beach & Twn Cntr. Remodeled kit. w/ ss
appl., 2 car gar., FP, scr. patio, CH/A.
$1900/mo. Agent/ owner 349-1864.
1BR APARTMENT for rent, $700/mo plus
$400/dep. Available nowl 904-626-5982..
BEACH LIVING
Walk to beach from this 2BR/1BA town-
home. Approx. 900sf., newly remodeled
kitchen, CH&A, new W/D, private yard.
$900/mo. No pets. 616-5615.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 227 Magnolia, 2/1,
carpet/ tile, garage, $1100/mo. TDO
Mgmnt. 246-1125.
Efficiency, $650/mo. 1BR/1BA, $750/mo.
water included. 241-9822.
DEERFIELD LAKES, 2 & 3BR's,
fireplace, WDHU, starting at $800/mo.
Spacious 1BR/1BA, near ocean
$600/mo. Lewis Realty, Inc. (904)291-
7229.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, clean
and move in ready, balcony, 2BR, WDHU,
great parking. $985/mo. 280-2805.
NEPTUNE BCH; Lora St., East of A1A,
2BR 1BA, WDHU & storage, beachy w/
hardwood floors, new HVAC, $1000/mo.
plus util., lyr lease, dep. & credit check.
Call Rick 891-2345.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach; 207 15th St.,
2BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block to ocean,
$900/mo., ref's. 246-6194, 249-3636.r
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave.
South, 1BR/1BA. $600/mo. and $650/mo
(904)891-0606.
ATLANTIC BCH, 3BR 2BA townhouse w/
fenced yard & parking. 2877 Sandcastle
Ln. (cul-de-sac) in Mayport Landing. Close
to Navy base, Hanna Park & Wonderwood
Expwy. Avail 10/1. $825/mo., $800/dep.,
lyr lease. Call (904)226-8540.
JAX BEACH townhouse. 187 South 8th
Ave-.,'22wblocks to .Ocean; 2BR/2.5BA,:
1500sf, 1-car garage, no pets. $1350/mo.
223-9789.
JAX'BEACH, 2BR/1BA, newly renovated
apartment, W/D. Available now.. $850/mo
+deposit. 201 No. 9th St., For appoint-
ment, 993-2661.
2BR/ 1BA upstairs duplex unit. Outside
laundry room, hardwood floors throughout.
217 12th Ave. N., Jax Bch.. $900/mo.
242-9195.
PVB- LARGE 1 BR garage Apt. with pool.
$700/mo, includes utilities. Pets ok.
994-1349.


JAX BEACH townhome, 2BR/1.5BA,
1100sf., WDHU, CH&A, tile floors through-
out, fenced yard, pets ok w/deposit.
$1050/mo. +sec. dep., 887 8th Ave.
South, (904)608-6678.
S. JAX BCH
2 BRAPTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA Duplex.
Appliances, washer/ dryer, CH&A.
$1000/mo. 1st, & dep. Pets OK. 476-3500,
374-9372.

WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH&A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.1320 4th St.. S.,
Unit C, Jax Bch. No pets. $825/mo,
$825/sec. dep. (904)343-9908.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 4 blocks ocean.
CH&A, painted, new carpet. No pets.
246-0576.
SOUTH VIIANO Beach, 2BR/2BA town-
house, private beach, access, $950/mo.
Call Elizabeth, 415-5454.


MAYPORT LANDING 2/2, CH&A, utility
room, screened in porch and privacy
fence. 1181 Songbird Ln., Credit check.
1-888-259-0783.
NEAR PONTE Vedra. Quiet, safe, 1 block
beach, lower duplex, 2BR/1BA, CH&A,
W/D included. $950/mo. lease, deposit.
'No pets or smoking. 993-1118.
PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA townhome,
gated, washer/dryer included; 5 star
amenities. $925/mo. 998-9148.


ATLANTIC BEACH- Oceanside,
2BR/2BA condo w/club pool, just steps to
beach! $1100/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Oceanview apart-
ment, 2BR/1.5BA. WDHU, CH&A,
$1450/mo. +utilities. 246-2569.
NORTH JAX Beach. efficiency $515/mo.,
1BR $615/mo., 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
pets. (904)249-5368.
JAX BEACH 1BR/1BA, washer/ dryer,
1217 4th Street N. $725/mo., plus utilities.
318-2121.

SAN PABLO, efficiency, $600/mo. in-
cludes utilities, 247-0030.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
247-1417.
NB- MUST see, lovely 1700sf 2BR 2BA
upstairs duplex. Huge covered front porch,
1 1/2 blocks to ocean. Pets ok. $2000/mo.
Call 861-4416. Avail. 10/1.
ATLANTIC BCH townhome, 170 Poinset-
tia St. 4.5 blocks to beach, 2BR/2BA,
1250sf Hardwood upstairs, tile downstairs,
Walk to town center. $1050/mo. (904)629-
2628.
PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA condo w/club
pool & morel $1150/mo.. All South Realty,
241-4141.


10 BLKS FROM OCEAN
Atl Bch townhouse- 2 or 3 bedrooms.
1509 & 1507 Jordan St. $750/mo &
$850/mo. No smoking. No pets. 855-3288.



2BR/1BA, NICE apartment in Jax. Bch
$850/mo. Great location, W/D included.
(904)246-6592.
SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
2100sf., 2 car garage. Fireplace. Water to
golf view. $1800/mo. Call Susan
(904)514-7150..
N. JAX Beach- Charming 2BR/1BA, just
steps to ocean Sunroom, wood floors,
WDHUI $1200/mo.. All South Realty,
241-4141.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2BA condo, East of
AAIA $950/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhome,
3BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, Ig private yard;
$1300/mo. Rent to Own. Call 992-0588
Sellstate' Performance Realty
SPACIOUS 3BR/1BA, CH&A, laundry,
large fenced back yard Neptune Bch.
247-7641
2BR 1BA townhouse apt. Oceanview at
foot of beach access, all amenities.
$1325/mo. 3624 Ocean Dr. S., Jax Bch.
Call 241-5816.
OCEANVIEW, NEW luxury 3BR/2BA
condo at Pier Pointl Amenities incl. pool,
granite countertops & more! $1750/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.


.Beautiful ATLANTIC Bch. newly renov.
2BR/2BA condo. Screen porch, W/D.
$1200/mo. Includes water, sewer, cable.
Great pool & tennis court. Avail immedi-
ately. Call Susan (904)249-7548
JAX BEACH, 1/1 upper, 1 block beach,
$795/mo +$500 deposit water included;
military/ senior discount. Small pets OK.
1718 No. 1st St., #2, 708-0731.
ATLANTIC BEACH,' Courtyards, 2/2, ce-
ramic tile, WDHU $875/mo. TDO Mgmnt.
246-1125.

BEACHES
1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts.
Pool. & laundry room $590.mo & up..
241-2781 or 237:0552 ..,: .,;:. i ; u;.,
OCEAN VIEW Apartment 1BR/1BA.
CH&A, newly renovated, dishwasher,
microwave. 127 7th Ave. N., Jax Beach.
No Pets. $895/mo..Lloyd (904)535-8844.


2BR/2BA TOWNHOME bonus room,
CH&A, located in Mayport Landing,
fenced back yard, near ocean and Hanna
Park, 1278 Wonderwood Dr., $765/mo,
$700 deposit, 280-2728 leave message.
NEPTUNE BCH ocean view, 2BR/1BA,
beautiful, no pets, no smoking, 242-8644.
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhome, CH&A, patio &
deck, $1350/mo, $1000 deposit. Available
October, 520 So. 2nd St., 280-2728 leave
message.
NEPTUNE BCH, very sleek 2BR 2BA
townhouse. 2 blocks to ocean. 1200sf,
frplc., all amenities, $1200/mo. plus 1 mo.
sec. No pets. 246-8267.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
2BR, $800/mo;1BR, $575/mo; laundry
room in building. Credit check. No pets.
514-8530.
NEW COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check. No pets. $700/mo. 514-8530
JAX BCH, 2/1, lower, carpet, WDHU
$900/mo. TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA townhome,
3 blocks to town center, 4 blocks to beach.
WDHU. $1025/mo. (904)742-6423.
BEACH RENTAL- Available Nov 1.
1BR/1BA, located at 35 29th Ave. South.
$750/mo. +$750/deposit. No smoking.
Call Sam at 249-3403.
OCEAN VIEW
1BR w/great ocean views, tile floors
throughout, washer & dryer, walk-in clos-
et, balcony, assigned parking. $925/mo.
160 Seventh Avenue North. 993-2555
BeachesApartments.com

SAWGRASS, BERMUDA Court Patio
Home. Player's Club section, back yard
fronts on beautiful lagoon, 2 min walk to
large park, community pool, quiet and safe
neighborhood, 2BR/2BA, 1700sf., no
garage, excellent condition. Minimum
6 month lease. $1350/mo. (904)571-3877.
2BR/2BA TOWNHOME bonus room,
CH&A, located in Mayport Landing, near
ocean and Hanna Park, $750/mo, $700
deposit, 280-2728 Iv message.
NEPTUNE BCH 1BR BUNGALOW. Cozy
little apt. overlooking trees, gardens, &
pool. A short barefoot walk to the beach.
Utilities and cable included. $695/mo. Call
Robin 246-2203.
PV BEACH Summer House. 2BR/1.5BA,
adjacent to pool, $1150/mo. Small' pets
welcome. (904)280-3138.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA town-
house; 7 blocks from ocean, $785/mo.
Call Elizabeth,.415-5454.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, 900sf., W/D,
CH&A. $900/mo + $900 deposit, 1 yr.
lease, no pets. 210/ 222 17th Ave. No.
Call 221-6816.


JAX Bui- ztiM apts on/.near ocean. unrv,
WDHU, no pets, $825-$1075/mo.
246-3130.
SOUTH JAX Beach, 2BR/2.5BA, W/D,
dishwasher, 2car garage, 1 block from
ocean, 3 stories w/4th floor deck. 630
South 2nd St.' Unit C3. $1500/mo.
+$1500/dep; lawn, pest control included;
small dog OK. Credit check necessary.
Avail. approx. 1015. (904)334-2728.

RENTAL- CONDO- MAYPORT
2 large bedrooms, 1.5 baths, including re-
frigerator w/icemaker, dishwasher, washer
& dryer, separate dining area, fireplace in
living room, newly carpeted (sorry NO
DOGS), fresh and clean, includes pool,
security system, plus additional outside
locked storage facility. $795/mo., one year
lease, deposit and references required.
Call Evenings 285-8325 or Cell 403-9297.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA town-
house, close to ocean. W/D included. Very
nice. $975/mo. 219-2481.


JAX BEACH
GATED/ SANCTUARY
LAKE VIEW PATIO
4BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, all appliances,
2426sf; built 1999; blocks to beach, com-
munity pool, tennis, $1700/mo. $200/mo.
incentive towards rent (meaning reduced
rent) through March 2008. Louis Watkins
(Watson Realty), (904)473-1061.
HOUSE FOR rent or own, 2 story,
4BR/2.5BA, Collingswood subdivision,
12470 Heathgate Court, Jacksonville. Call
(904)803-6153, (904)220-4247.
ATL. BCH/ Oak Harbor, 1129 Sebago So.
3BR/2BA, all new, fenced. $1195/mo. Dis-
count for 2yr. lease. 612-8868.
OCEANVIEW TOWNHOME- S. Ponte Ve-
dra Beach w/elevator, beautiful ocean
views. 4BR/4BA, 2800sf, garage. Private
beach access. Available 11/1. $1950/mo.
furnished/ $1850/mo. unfurnished. Call
904-607-6154.
N. JAX Beach, 2BR/1BA, newly remod-
eled, garage, large screened Florida
room. $1000/mo. +deposit. 241-4630.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3BR/2BA, quiet
neighborhood, fireplace, screen porch,
marshview, new carpet, $1500/mo.
626-3056
ATLANTIC BEACH. Nice & cozy 3BR/
2BA, hardwood floors, bay windows, se-
curity system, scr. patio, auto garage,
storage shed, brand new dishwasher.
Near Atl, Blvd./ Mayport Rd. (88 W. 5th
St.). $1195/mo. Aval. immed. CALL NOW
(904)386-1128.
PLAYERS CLUB Sawgrass, very nice
brick home, 4BR/2BA, 2car garage.
$1750/mo. Call (904)631-8963. -


ATLANTIC BEACH, Main St., 2BR/1.5BA, 3BR/2BA, GARAGE, decks, screened
CH&A, f/p, WDHU, dishwasher, $785/mo., porch, east of 3rd. $1500/mo:
891-0606. +$1000/dep. (904)662-5677.


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5BR/3BA, ATLANTIC Beach, 2200sf.,
.6 blocks to ocean,.302 Magnolia. Jacuzzi
tub, outside shower, hardword floors &
carpet, W/D +appliances incl.,, fenced
yard, 2 car garage, lots storage, pets ok
w/deposit, no smoking $2075/mo..
(904)759-0267.
4BR/2BA pool home. Exc. cond., 2 car
gar., scr. porch. Off Hodges: $1495/mo.
VIP Realty 962-6190. e
PONTE VEDRA 4BR/2BA, in-ground
swimming pool, $1400/mo. + deposit.
No pets. 571-3261.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, Dolphin Cove,
7 Cobia St. '2BR/2BA, $1100/mo.
+$1100/dep. No smoking,. No pets. Lawn
care included 285-2302, 945-6547.
OLD PV, 4BR/2BA, 3 lots from ocean,
2400sl. WBFP, $1900/mo., 220-6244.
PONTE VEDRA- L'Atrium, 3/2, lake front,
2 car garage, $1475/mo., 461-3326.
SELVA LINKSIDE- Atlantic Beach.
3BIa2BAi-2 cai garage, .olf view. lawn
Scar.includd.$.1750qrjio .Kirb.eiiy..~uRIJlo
Slo, i,: ---Realtor (904)612-6017.
www.beachesandbeyond.com Ponte Ve-
dra Beach Realty.
PONTE VEDRA, Solano Woods, 3/2. Up
grades! Remodeled! $1 500/mo.,
(904)403-4331.
JAX BEACH, 4BR/1.5BA New tiile, A/C,
plumbing, paint.& landscaping. Fenced
backyard. Includes lawn service and W/D.
$1550/mo. 270-0808
LEASE/ PURCHASE, ICW, split 4BR,
1856sf., 194ft. deep lot. New paint, tile,
carpet. $1500/mo. OBO. terms. Independ-
ent Brokers & Asso., Inc. 247-4333.
PONTE VEDRA- 4BR/2.5BA home in con-
venient area! Club pool, tennis & more! 2
car garage! $1400/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
SELVA LINKSIDE 3BR2BA, 2 car garage,
washer/ dryer, no smoking small pets ok,
Available 10/1, $1700/mo, (1st mo rent +
$1700 dep), 566-6501.
PVB 3/2 w/fireplace on corner lot, 140
Serrano Way, $1500/mo. includes yard
care. Option to buy, $225K. 379-3759.
JAX BEACH, 3/1, 809- 8th Ave. So.; re-
modeled tile & blinds throughout; large
yard; all appliances, $1200/mo. +deposit,
993-6770 or 246-2634.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3BR/2BA w/ga-
ragel Convenient to schools, shopping &
beach $1075/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
KERNAN, VILLAS at Cross Creek, 3/2,
fireplace, garage. $1100/mo. TDO Mgmnt.
246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 blks to beach,
3BR/2BA, new paint, carpet, hardwood
floors, refrigerator with icemaker, micro-
wave. W/D, 2 car garage, $1575/mo
(513)300-2762.
PVB, POOL HOME, walk to. ocean,
3BR/2BA. $1900/mo. (904)993-5626.
PONTE VEDRA Pool Home, spacious
3/2.5 on large lot, east of A1A, walk to
beach, $2500/mo. +deposit, lawn and pool
care included. (904)607-6143.
JAX BEACH, charming bungalow, 1 block
to beach access, 3BR/1BA, CH&A, ga-
rage w/utility room/ shower, WDHU. Cor-
ner lot, fenced backyard. 1yr. lease. No
pets. $1250/mo. (813)486-9418.
WOLFCREEK TOWNHOME, 2/2, like
new $1100/mo.. Call 588-4691
THIS BEAUTIFUL waterfront, 2 story,
2BR/3BA, loft townhome is now available.
Owner completely remodeled throughout
to move into, but plans changed. New tile
& carpet, new fireplace, new bathroom
vanities, new kitchen cabinets, new Corlan
countertop and all new appliances.
$1600/mo. Must have good credit, first &
last month rent 'required. If interested,
please call 233-0303. "
DESIRABLE LOCATION close to beach-
es, shopping & UNF. 1.5yr old 2BR 2.5BA
townhome w/ loft. Corian counter tops,
new carpet, tile floors, S/S apple W/D, wa-
terview, screened porch, 1 car gar. Gated,
Clubhouse, pool & gym. Pets ok. Rent
$1400/mo. or Ilease to own.
(904)294-0605 or raywoods@comcast.net
OFF ST. Johns Bluff Rd. 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage, large fenced yard, tiled floors,
new appliances. $1100/mo. +$900/dep.
(904)386-4853.
SAN PABLO, 3/2, 2 car garage, huge
deck, screened Florida room $1350/mo.
Available Sept. 15. Rose Lampe
403-5536.
JAX BEACH- 3BR/2BA newly remodeled,
on lake, $1100/mo. Call 838-7563.
DRAYTON PL, 3/2, carpet/ tile, sunroom,
patio,. $1500/mo. TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125.
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1300/mo + deposit,
Available 9/1. 614-5278.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Short or Long Term Lease
Upscale 13 yr. old 2000sq ft. 3BR/2.5BA.
Contemporary in the heart of Old Atlantic
Beach. Fireplace, 1.5 car garage, private
yard, roof top deck, outstanding condition.
Will consider lease/ purchase. $1950/mo.
(904)242-8081.


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4 The Plantation PV 3BR/2.5BA, beautiful lakefront condo, screened lanai, fireplace, w/cathedral ceilings, screened porch,
j 2 story home, hardwood and tile floors, den/ comm. pool. $995/mo. amenities. $925/mo.
Office, balcony. $3000/mo. Intracoastal West villas at Marsh Landing JB 2BR/2BA,
Costa Verano JB 3BR/2.5BA, brand new Bishops Court Hodges 1BR/1BA, ground ground floor, screened porch, garage, amenities.
1 luxury townhouse, w/ ocean views, attached floor/end unit, water to golf course views, $1100/mo.
I 2 car garage, amenities. $2800/mo. amenities. $850/mo. Palh a g -
Palms at Marsh Landing JB
Ponte Vedra By Sea PV 4BR/3BA, home Sail Cove Town Center Gate Pkwy Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
has living, dining and great room, 3 car Screened porch, amenities. R2A, rnd flr /m
[ garage, screened porch. $2600/mo. 1BR/1BA. Ground floor. $950/mo. 2BR/2BA, Ground floor. $1100/mo.
2BR/2BA, ground floor w/garage. $1150/mo
SSummerfield PV 3BR/2BA, spacious 2BR/2BA, 1st floor w/ private garage. A 2 floor /d 1../mo
home in walking distance to schools & bch, $1150/mo. 3BR/2B, 2nd floor, top/end unit. $1275/mo.
., patio, 2 car garage. $2200/mo. Wolf Creek Hodges Belleza 3BR/2BA, groundd floor, recentl y
S Ponte Vedra Shores.- Vilano 4BR/4BA, Newer townhouse w/ wooded preserve rem eled, tile floors, screened porch, amenities.
i newer 3 story townhouse, tile floors, attached views, amenities, screened porch. $1295/mo.
I garage, ocean views. $2000/mo. 2BR/2.5BA. $1100/mo. Furnished Rentals
S 660 Upper 8th Ave. S. JB 3BR/1.5BA, 2BR/2.5BA. End unit. $1150/mo. Sawgrass PV 4BR/4.5BA, 2 story home,
S two story w/tile floors, carpet, Florida room, Brightwater Gate Pkwy screened in pool, golf course views, game room.
fenced yard. $1550/mo. 2BR/2.5BA. Remodeled townhouse, garage, $3500/mo.
! Sandy Oaks PV 3BR/2BA, home w/wood screened porch, amenities. $1200/mo. n r 3R/A, n for
I deck, hardwood floors, 2 car garage, Bentwater Place Hodges 3BR/2BA, home cea Grande SPV 3BR/3BA 2nd floor
cathedral ceilings. $1500/mo. has screened porch, large fenced backyard, luxury condo, garage, tile floors, elevators, I
S 1018 23rd St. N JB 3BR/2.5BA, two story overlooks preserve. $1400/mo. screened porch. $3200/mo.
[ home, tile and new carpet' flooring, wood Johns Creek Hodges 3BR/2BA, home has The Colony PV 2BR/2BA, ground floor condo,
Sdeck, garage. $1500/mo. open floor plan, fenced yard, garage, patio, fireplace, garage, east of A1A. $1500/mo.
I Sawgrass PV 3BR/2BA, home interior/ comm pool. $1500/mo.
I exterior recently remodeled, comm. pool, Unfarnished Condos
Fireplace, garage. $1500/mo. The Colony PV 2BR/2BA, ground foor, REIMAX Coastal Real Estate
The Colony PV 2BoR/2eMA,yeground floor,
Neptune Marsh NB 3BR/2BA, home has east of A1A, garage, tile floors, new carpet Property Managemen
Screened lanai, wood deck, new carpet & and paint. $900/mo. (o00)299-5616 (904)25-5640 <
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3BR/ 2BA, office, huge great room w/
frplc. overlooking patio & swimming pool.
Fenced backyard. Avail. now. Rent to own
or rent, $1750/mo. (904)247-5317 or
635-1774.
FIDDLERS MARSH 3BR/2BA home in
Ponte Vedra. $1600/mo. Jacqueline By-
ram/ Realtor Ponte Vedra Beach Realty,
111-C Solana Road (904)571-5653.
PONTE VEDRA, single family home,
3BR/2.5BA, fireplace, fenced yard, 2 car
garage, tile and new carpet. $1375/mo.
negotiable. 285-2952.
SOUTH JAX Beach, 3/1.5, carport. Large
lot; 7 blocks to beach, $1200/mo. +secuti-
ry, +references. (904)249-4324.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3/2. Convenient to
shopping & AB Elem. Ceramic tile LR
w/fireplace, family room, well equipped eat-
in kitchen, separate laundry room. One
car garage, private, shaded patio & well ir-
rigation for large fenced yard. $1250/mo.,
249-3012.
NEPTUNE BCH 116 Lora St., large
3BR/2BA, 1/2 block to ocean. Deck, no
dogs $2500/mo. 463-0222 or 465-2653.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands, 2BR
2.5BA townhome; 1 car garage, communi-
ty pool, $1100/mo. 655-5990.
SAWGRASS, 3BR/2BA, avail. 10/1/07,
updated and super clean. $1450/mo.
(904)373-0991.
JAX Beach- 3BR/1.5BA, just 7 blocks to
ocean! Equipped kit & morel $1075/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141.
NICE 4/BR house w/pool and fenced back
yard, off San Pablo Rd. near schools.
$1400/mo. 247-3777.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private, 4BR/3BA, plus bonus room,
2-car garage, w/many amenities.
$1700/mo. 860-1690.
3BR/3.5BA, 2300SF Townhome, 14th Ave
So & 2nd St. Jax. Beach, fully loaded, 2
years old, $1800/mo. Available immedi-
ately,.424-7204.
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR/ 2.5BA 2700sf, fireplace, 1535 Selva
Marina Dr. 3 biks to ocean, across from
Selva Marina Country Club. Pets ok;
$2250/ mo. 838-6333. Avail 7/1.


OCEAN FRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury,
3BR/2BA, garage, $2200/mo. No smok-
ing, Call 904-463-2006.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA, fireplace, WDHU;
4 blocks to beach. Call (904)742-6423.
PVB OCEAN Links- Unit #921. 3BR/2BA
w/garage. Ceramic tile in living/ dining/
kitchen areas. 2nd floor, end unit.
$1300/mo. 1/2 off first month. Ocean
Breeze Management 904-270-8805.
2BR/2BA MARSH VIEW CONDO- Fire-
place, vaulted ceilings, carpeted bed-
rooms, sunroom, W/D. Blocks from
beach. $1100/mo.. Available Now.
(904)233-7879.
LIVE AT THE BEACH THIS WINTER!!
Furnished 3BR/2BA condo in
"SEAPLACE", Atlantic Beach, 901 Ocean
Boulevard. Just steps from the sand and
9 blocks from town center, with a pool and
patio. $1699/mo. including utilities and ba-
sic phone and cable. Available until March
1st. (904)247-1049 or (904)608- 4325.
THE POINT AT PONTE VEDRA, 3/2, ON
THE WATER; LEASE OR SALE BY
OWNER. 285-5896 OR 251-5389.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 3/2 w/ garage, im-
muculate, spacious, new tile, paint and
blinds, ground floor, end unit, screened la-
nai, fireplace, ceiling fans, all amenities, 1
mile to beach, $1300/mo. Must seel 904-
273-8923 or 904-294-8164.
PVB GRAND Cay Villas, 2/2, fireplace,
W/D, screened porch, new carpet, new
paint. Available 'now. $995/mo.,
655-0325.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/1.5 Townhome, fire-
place, pool, $780/mo +security, 241-8706,
607-9980.

COURTYARDS: 1035SQFT, completely
remodeled, 2BR/2BA; new cabinets, stain-
less appliances, laundry room, loft, private
patio. Beautiful tHe throughout, $985/mo.,
571-6664 or 887-6033.
PVB CONDO/ Townhome 3/2.5, 1800+ sq
ft, community pool/ tennis, $1350/mo.
887-6288.
2BR/2BA ALL appliances, W/D, garage,
Hodges Blvd, near JTB, $1050/mo.
(912)843-8128.


ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1BA, CH&A,
painted, carpeted, WDHU, fenced yard. JARDIN DE Mer, 3BR/2BA, N pets. Ref-
No dogs. 246-0576 erences required. $1400/mo. 710-3946.


3/2 Atl. Bch, 2 story townhouse. Newly
renovated, fenced backyard, $850/mo.
sec. dep., no pets. 285-6125.


4 BLOCKS TO BEACH. 2BR/1.5BA
Townhouse, 1100sf. 1415 4th St N. Jax
Beach. $1100/mo, first and last to move
in. Call (904)868-7702 or (904)333-9785
to see.
ATL. BCH/ Oak Harbor, 1232 Galapagos.
3BR/2BA, family room, carport, fenced.
$1295/mo. Discount for 2yr. lease.
612-8868.



OCEANFRONT, 1BR/1BA, Jax Beach
South, 811 So. 1st St., unfurnished, pool,
ground floor. Unit remodeled and beauti-
ful. No pets. 1 parking space, $1299/mo.,
$1299 security deposit. Please call
(904)463-1036.
PONTE VEDRA Summerhouse. New
2BR/2BA. 5 star amenities. Great location!
Bottom floor unit. $990/mo. +deposit. 838-
9400.


OCEANFRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury,
2BR/2BA, garage. $2200/mo. Call
(904)476-7548.
JAX BCH, 2BR/2BA, condo all applian-
ces, near the beach, 2yrs old, 1car ga-
rage. $1050/mo. Call 955-8213 for info.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1150/mo. 904-613-7605. 1
CONDO 1/1 off Hodges Blvd. gated
comm. W/D in unit, patio. $800/mo. Pets
ok, (904)982-0431.


ENDLESS OCEANVIEWS, New, Jax Bch
condo. 5th floor end unit. 3/3.5, 2400sf, 2
balconies, granite, ss, wetbar, frplc. Pool,
jacuzzi, under building parking. $2350/mo.
607-9295.
ATLANTIC BCH Seaplace, lovely 2/2,
steps to ocean, furnished/ unfurnished,
$1200/mo. (904)887-5005.
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, one year old,
2BR/2BA w/fireplace and appliances.
5-star amenities, gated community.
$1050/mo. Kimmie 904-333-8604. Avail.
11/1.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Oceanfront,
1BR/1.5BA, 1st floor, sleeps 4+, com-
pletely furnished. Available now thru-
12/26/07. $1500/mo. (952)201-4557.
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247-6869. email: classified@beachesleader.com


OFFICE SPACE to lease, up to 1000sf.
314 14th Ave. No, Jax Beach. Available
now. 249-6890.
NEPTUNE BEACH, on Third St., great
signage, 700sf., $700/mo. 993-4011.
IEXEC- INTERNET EXECUTIVE OFFI-
CES. Spacious modem individual offices
with phone, internet, printer, fax & mail
service, voice mail, 3rd Street address.
Contact Jim 249-4292.
OFFICE SPACE available. 950 to 3350sf.
Atlantic Beach on Mayport Road.
(904)545-6889.



COMMERCIAL OFFICE with available
6250 sf parking lot; 800 to 3400 sf $15.00
NNN Jax Beach; 4th St. N. and 11th Ave.
N. (904)249-4091.
OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE Space for lease,
Mayport Rd. Free rent. 514-1090.


PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.
FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.

FREE KITTENS, females, 8 and 12wks.
Litter-trained. Call 294-2269
FREE MINIATURE Schnauzer. 4 yrs old,
male, neutered. Perfect health, needs
good loving home. Available immediately.
Call 247-0187 or 635-5252.


3 YEAR old Ball Python looking for a good
home. 608-2441.
LAB/ CHOW Mix, (short haired) needs a
good home,- great with kids. Call
885-4714.
TWO 11 week old male Min Pins, black/
tan. Shots w/records. $350. 993-0990.
RAT TERRIERS: various colors, sizes and
ages. cjkennel@earthlink.net, 352-621-
3110.
TWO GENTLE ferrets plus 4-story funnel
cage, $200 OBO, 422-6270.



LOST DOG
Brown, tan, and white Shih-Tzu, answers
to "Gizmo", about 12 pounds. Lost 9/16/07
in vicinity of Dolphin Cove. If found, please
call 273-2729 or 697-6602.
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.



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age 18- 28 to travel and share .good time.
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AMERICA'S DRIVING Academy Start
your driving career today! Offering cours-
es in CDL A. Low tuition fee. Many pay-
ment options. No registration fee.
info@americasdrivingacademy.com
(888)899-5910
SWIMMING LESSONS
All ages, W.S.I. certified, 34 years teach-
ing. Beaches Aquatic Ctr. 246-3822, 568-
6245
PLAY PIANO, gift for a lifetime, your home
or studio. 223-1103.
DRIVER: DON'T just start your career.
Start it right.! Company sponsored CDL
training in 3 weeks. Must be 21. Have
CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST.
(866)917-2778.
RAILROADS ARE looking for experienced
help. Train in four to eight weeks to be-
come a Conductor, Welder, Mechanical
Locomotive, or Carmen. Average salaries
$63,000. Tuition loans available,
(913)319-2603 / (913)319-2658,
www.RailroadTraining.com.

ATTEND COLLEGE online from home.
Medical, business, paralegal, computers,
criminal justice. Job placement assis-
tance. Financial aid and computer provid-
ed if qualified. (866)858-2121
www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com

PIANO LESSONS
All levels,, styles & ages. Will corine to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.,
241-4954, 655-3300.
AIRLINES ARE Hiring Train for high pay-
ing Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
proved program. Financial aid if qualified.
Job placement assistance. Call Aviation
Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387


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IN-HOME PET Grooming, Pet Sitting/
Walking. Call 738-1678 or
lizajanehps.com
HELP WITH errands, shopping, in home
care; dependable, references, 993-3226.
NEED A Pet Sitter? 14 years experience
in care & medication. Under My Wing.
888-484-8040.
LIFE MANAGER available to simplify your
life. Let me manage the details so you can
devote your time and energy to your priori-
ties. I have 20 years of business experi-
ence and an MBA. I am efficient, very or-.
ganized and live at the beach. Email:
simplifymylife@bellsouth.net for more
information.
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EDWARD TUCKER'S CATERING. Wed-
dings, Graduations,_.Social Gatberings,
Call (386)793-7454v.(904)635-7588.'I0


HOUSE CLEANING. $40 per. house.
General Cleaning. Call Tammie Mon.-Fri.,
8am-5pm. (904)673-6536,


KEN'S LAWN CARE
Cutting, edging, weed-eating, landscap-
ing, pressure washing, grading and sod-'
ding. Free estimate. 252-6112.


FREE DOCK BUILDING BOOKLET-
Guide for waterfront owners.
www.dockshops.net


IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
MOVING? LONG distance or local. Quali-
ty service at affordable prices. Free esti-
mates, guaranteed pickup and delivery.
Day The Florida Mover. (904)553-3050.
www.daymoving.com


KEN'S PRESSURE Washing & Lawn
Service. Houses & driveways. Free esti-
mates. 252-6112.
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe roof cleaning. Deck & fence
restoration. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.
PRIME MAINTENANCE, INC.
Professional Pressure Washing & Paint-
ing. Residential/ Commercial. Licensed/
Insured.
FREE ESTIMATES (904)535-2515


QUALITY WORK FOR LESS on all
Interior & Exterior Painting, Pressure
Washing & Home Repairs. Free estimate.
Jeff 881-4223.
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ROMANO GUTTER SERVICE
Installations, Installation- all types. Re-
pairs. Cleaning. 246-5649
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com



WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten
wood, siding, stucco, repairs. Licensed
General Contractor. 247-2274.
FUTURISTIC HOMES of FLA..221-0612.
Licensed Residential Contractor
#CRC041048. Remodels, Additions, Re-
pairs, Build new. Insured. 25yrs. of serv-
Ice.


PROFESSIONAL HANDYMAN Services.
100% Satisfaction. Fully Insured. All size
Jobs. 904-379-1604. Info: japremier.com
HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.


HOUSE CLEANING by Brazilian woman
w/excellent references and own transpor-
tation. 513-2240, 716-4914.


PROFESSIONAL TO clean your office.
Licensed bonded, insured. 631-8527.


PRIVATE LOT, 2BR/1.5BA, CH&A,
WDHU, $675/mo. Available Immediately,
273-0857

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WOOD Fence Installation. 35yrs Experi-
ence.. Mick Outdoor Enterprises.
241-7276, 838-9599.


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MATH TUTOR
Thru Algebra I. References, reasonable.
John McCann 273-3784.


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DRY CLEANER needs PT Counter Help,
$8/per/hour. 333-8572.

LPN / RN
Every weekend, 7am-7pm at a Premier
Retirement Community Health Center.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
PART-TIME PERSONAL Assistant posi-
tion located in the Atlantic Beach area with
local real estate company. Qualified candi-
date needs strong computer, communica-
tion and organizational skills must be Win-
dows literate with proficiency in Microsoft
Word, Publisher and Excel. Ideal candi-
date will be multi-task oriented and able to
work with little supervision. Real estate
background preferred. We are looking for
a team player, flexible and dependable.
Send resume and salary requirements to
Carol Hill 4190 Belfort Rd. Suite 475,
Jacksonville, FL 32216 or fax to
(904)296-0846. EOE Non Smoking Envi-
ronment. Reference job number 241.
COUNTER HELP, afternoons & Saturdays
Ponte Vedra area. Call 285-5644.
CLEANERS NEEDED early evening &
late night restaurant cleaning. Phone &
car a must. 273-2761.
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
Front Office Receptionist for busy psychi-
atric/, psychological office in Marsh Land-
ing. Applicants must be a team player,
pleasant, dependable, and able to multi-
task. Experience preferred but will train
the right candidate. Fax resume to
(904)543-9172.


PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER, afternoons, 3-
6pm for church pre-school; dependable,
some experience required. 246-2891 for
interview.
ABOVE AND Beyond Housekeeping,
seeking responsible individuals, reliable
transportation and phone required.
591-5901, 514-1188.
DRIVER
Join a great team in the Recreation De-
partment of a premier retirement commun-
ity. Part time with flexible hours including
weekends. Must be able to set up and
break down for special events. Must have
C CDL Passenger Endorsement License.
Applications at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd. Atlantic
Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug Free
workplace.

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a-fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.
LOOKING FOR Part time promotion in
sales with Arbonne International. Gener-
ous compensation plan. Call Kelly 280-
2517 for more info.
BOOK SELLER 20hrs per week, including
evenings and weekends. Must have at
least 2 years college. Retail experience
and knowledge of books a plus. Contact
SRona at The Book Mark in Atlantic Bch.
241-9026 or bkmark@bellsouth.net


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LPN'S
Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
Florida Health Services, at
www.NFHSonline.com or call us at
(904)241-1656.
BONO'S BBQ, Neptune Beach, is accept-
ing applications for Cooks and Cashiers.
Apply in person daily, 2-4pm.
HOUSEKEEPER & part-time care for two
athletic boys 285-6551 or 614-8440.
DINING ROOM & BANQUET SERVERS.
Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Ve-
dra Beach is currently hiring all positions
of food & beverage service including din-
ing room server, banquet servers, experi-
enced food expeditors and beverage cart
servers. Positions include full and part
time, daytime, night time, and weekends.
Excellent benefits offered to full time em-
ployees including 401k, insurance, vaca-
tion days, sick days. Apply in person at
the Marsh Landing Clubhouse Tuesday -
Saturday. Call 285-6514 for directions.
GOLF RETAIL/ Corporate Sales/ CSR.
Part-Time/ Full-Time. Some travel, Hourly
& Commission. Caddyshack Golf, Beach-
es Area. Fax resume 270-0437 Email:
caddyshackfla@att.net
PRIVATE DUTY- disabled female needs
experienced, flexible, PCA. Short evening
& morning shifts. Beach resident prefera-
ble. Leave message 246-0778.
CLERICAL ASSISTANT PART-TIME
City of Atlantic Beach Public Works.
$10.90/hr. No benefits. Previous office/
clerical exp. required. Approx. 15 hrs./wk.,
M-F, 10:30am to 1:30pm. Applications ac-
cepted until 9/26/07 at City Hall, 800
Seminole Rd. For more info visit.
www.coab.us or call -(904)247-5820. No
smokers/ tobacco users. Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.
ARE YOU gifted with children? Are you
nurturing, patient and kind? Then Christ
Episcopal Church needs you. We are in
need of additional staff on Sunday and
weekday mornings 8:30am-12noon.
Please contact Leila Quinlan at 285-7390,
ext. 246 to schedule an interview.
PART-TIME/ FULL-TIME Front Office
Staff. Responsibilities will include answer-
ing phones, scheduling appointments and
marketing. Written and verbal communica-
tion skills and computer knowledge are re-
quired. Please fax resume and references
to (904)246-3778. No phone calls please.



CLIENT COORDINATOR
Assistant Bookkeeper: Atlntic Beach.
Minimum 3 yrs. A/R, 2 yrs. A/P, 3yrs. cus-
tomer service. Computer/ internet literate.
Financing/ DMV titlework/ Quickbooks
knowledge a plus. Excellent benefits in-
cluding profit sharing.
www.transitplus.com. Smoke free office.
Fax resume 221-2705. Specify position
desired on fax.
GOLF COURSE LANDSCAPE LABOR.
Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Ve-
dra Beach is currently seeking labor need-
ed for golf course landscaping. Experi-
ence preferred. Must have strong work
ethic. Excellent benefits after 90 days with
opportunity to advance. Apply in person
only at the Marsh Landing Clubhouse
Tuesday-Saturday. Call 285-6514 for di-
rections.
DRIVERS...ASAP! $1000+ Weekly 36-
43cpm/$1.20pm $0 Lease, New Trucks
Teams Welcome CDL-A : 3 mos OTR
(800)635-8669.

DRIVER-BYNUM TRANSPORT- needs
qualified drivers for Central Florida- local
& national OTR positions. Food grade
tanker, no hazmat, no pumps, great bene-
fits, competitive pay & new equipment.
(866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 years experi-
ence.

CNA'S -
NEEDED for home health & area hospi- .
tals., To apply visit, our website @
www.nfhsonline.com or apply in person,
North Florida Health Services, 710 3rd St.
N., Jax Bch. 241-1656.


PRINT COMPANY is accepting applica-
tions for Offset Web Press Operator. 2-3
years current exp. required. Attention to
detail a must. Mail resume or apply to:
1114 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, FL
32250.
ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE
MECHANIC. Marsh Landing Country
Club in Ponte Vedra Beach is currently
seeking an experience assistant mechan-
ic. Must have strong mechanical back-
ground, preferably small engine and
equipment repair. Must have own tools
and references. Excellent benefits-after-
90 days. Apply in person only at the
Marsh Landing Clubhouse Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 for directions.
WEST BEACHES Financial Co. seeking
several individuals for training in various
departments, competitive salary, fully paid
health insurance, vacation, sick pay,
matching 401k. Growth is creating oppor-
tunities, some computer skills required.
Triad Financial Services Inc. Call Denise
at 223-1111 ext 245.
GOLF RETAIL/ Corporate Sales/ CSR.
Part-Time/ Full-Time. Some travel, Hourly
& Commission. Caddyshack Golf, Beach-
es Area. Fax resume 270-0437 Email:
caddyshackfla@att.net
OUR TOP driver made $54,780 in 2006
running our Florida region. Home weekly
and during the week! Blue Cross/Blue
Shield! 1 Year OTR experience required.
Heartland Express (800)441-4953.
www.heartlandexpress.com
HOUSEKEEPER. Join our winning team
at Julian LeCraw & Co., LLC. We are cur-
rently seeking a full time Housekeeper for
our beautiful Apartment Homes communi-
ty located at Soleil in Ponte Vedra Beach,
FL. Since 1955, Julian LeCraw & Co.,
LLC has been a leader in the property
mgmt industry, specializing in multi-family
housing. No exp. required; well train the
right person to do the job! We believe in
an atmosphere of continuous career de-
velopment in addition to providing an at-
mosphere filled w/fun & recognition. We
offer competitive salaries, co. pd. career
apparel, hlth/dental/vision ins., 16 days
pd. time off/yr incl. your birthday, 401k
w/50% match, continuous co. paid training
& much more. Please fax resumes
to (904)273-9899 or e-mail to:
rmrpc@lecraw.com www.lecraw.com
EOE.

THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd St.,
2nd floor, send an email to:
personnel@jaxbchfl.net, or visit our
website www.JacksonvilleBeach.org
Drug free work environment, EOE, VP.
DRY CLEANING, Silk Presser, Ponte Ve-
dra area, guaranteed hours. 285-5644.
AL'S PIZZA hiring Full or Part Time Pizza
Makers and Cooks. Great pay and flexible
schedule. Please apply in person between
2pm-4pm at any location.

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

FT/PT Sales Person needed. Apply, Sea
Shells and Coral, 230 North Boardwalk,
JB.
TRAVELING INDEPENDENT Sales Rep.
Max. Travel 6 hrs. from home. Gone M-F.
Commission position. Company avg. pays
$820/wk. Call (800)225-6368, ext 333.

KUHN FLOWERS
We are currently accepting application for
a full time delivery driver. Must have cur-
rent, valid drivers license. Kuhn Flowers
offers competitive salary, paid vacation &
medical & dental insurance. We are a
drug free workplace. Apply in person at
832-10 A1A N., Ponte Vedra. No phone
calls please.

PAINTERS
Working Crew Leaders. Own phone and
transportation a must. 614-4188.


Job Opening: Marketing Assistant:
Signature Group
A Sports and Entertainment Consulting Firm
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (Office located in Sawgrass Village)
Description: We are looking for a very energetic, motivated, self-starter who can
take initiative, interacts well with people on the telephone and in meetings, and is
very organized. Individual must be able to operate independently with minimal,
supervision. Wide range computer skills a must. Minimal work with Quickbooks
and billing is required. Individual must also be capable of creating presentations for
a wide range of clients, usually utilizing PowerPoint.
Looking to fill as soon as possible!
Candidates interested in a full'time position should send a cover letter and resume to
Christi May at CMay@Signature-golf.com. Please email any questions and we will
get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks!




Positions Available
Switchboard Operator Front Desk Supervisor
\ Diningroom Attendant Recreation Attendant
0 Line Cook Buffet Attendant
RESORT
-- RESOT Maintenance Engineer Valet./Bellperson

S ,arrnott. Section Housekeeper Mini Bar Attendant
* S

We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits,
* opportunities for advancement and 4
0 a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
* 1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 *
Website: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
* Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070 *
EOE M/FIDN

WeLoJI.I.For.IIrdatoeetingBYou Soon


HANDYMAN NEEDED experienced dry-
wall, flooring, .and carpentry, 904-422-
7114.

HARRY'S SEAFOOD
BAR & GRILL
NEEDS FULL time Host/ Hostess & Ex-
perienced Line Cooks with open availabili-
ty. Apply within 1018 North 3rd St., Mon-
Fri, 2pm- 4pm.

LPN
Full-time, Monday-Friday, 3pm-11pm in
our Assisted Living Facility. Full bene-
fits and great work environment. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447; email
to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-
Free Workplace.
LEGAL SECRETARY for professional
Beaches law firm; Heavy Litigation experi-
ence required; Family Law preferred; Must
be organized and have good communica-
tion skills; Excellent benefits package;
Email resume to carolyn@zisserlegal.com
or fax to 904-241-4225.
MORTGAGE BROKERS, Commonwealth
Mortgage is here to support you and close
your loans. Call for interview, 241-4608.
CUSTOMER SERVICE: Minimum 3yrs
exp. in both A/R & A/P. Parts/ driver coor-
dination/ warranties. General office work,
detail orientated. Computer/ internet liter-
ate. Exc. benefits to include profit sharing.
Atlantic Bch. www.transitplus.com Fax re-
sume 221-2705.


CNA
FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm and 7am-3pm at a
Premier Retirement Community. Excellent
benefit package, competitive wages, good
working environment. Applications availa-
ble at Fleet Landing Security Gate, One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace.
SECRETARY. COMPUTER & Phone
skills. Health insurance after 90 days,
close to beach. Fax resume to 821-1631.

DINING ROOM & BANQUET SERVERS.
Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Ve-
dra Beach is currently hiring all positions
of food & beverage service including din-
ing room server, banquet servers, experi-
enced food expeditors and beverage cart
servers. Positions include full and part
time, daytime, night time, and weekends.
Excellent benefits offered to full time em-
ployees including 401k, insurance, vaca-
tion days, sick days. Apply in person at
the Marsh Landing Clubhouse Tuesday -
Saturday. Call 285-6514 for directions.

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.
NANNY NEEDED. Looking for full-time
Nanny for 2 young children. Long-term,
Beaches area. Occasional overnight &
travel. $12/hr./negotiable. Must have refer-
ences. Call (904)686-4562 leave msg.


MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR for Conm-
mercial Property. Call Jonathan 866-6937. TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fr-
1..- -... -day. Call Bob, 241-5311.


HAIR DRESSER needed for upscale,
busy salon in Ponte Vedra. Booth rental
or commission. Please call 994-7408 or
280-4247.
ABSENT ANSWER is looking for happy
people to work F/T, nights and weekends.
Will train. Great pay. Call today 270-2357.

LPN /RN
Full-time, 3pm-llpm at a Premier Re-
tirement Community Health Center. Ap-
plications available at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com' EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
HOME HEALTH AIDE
Full-time in our Assisted Living at a pre-
mier retirement community. Excellent ben-
efits. Applications available at Fleet Land-
ing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-
9447;. email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace..
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149.


BREAKFAST/ LUNCH Cook, some expe-
rience needed. Weekends a must. Call
241-1985.
NAIL TECH. Rental position. Apply Susan
Merricks, (h)246-1579, (w)246-7272.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
NOW HIRING Cooks & Servers. Ponte
Vedra. Flexible part time hours. Top pay,
will train. Transportation a must. Call
(904)304-9010.
SECURITY GUARD
Full time, temporary position (up to 3
months) as a Security Guard at a premier
retirement community. Must work flexible
hours and have security experience. Bx-
military, DOD and law enforcement urged
to apply. To apply, applications available
at Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet'
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
Fax to 904-246-9447; EOE/ Drug-free
Workplace.
PAINTERS AND Painter's Helpers need-
ed, exp. only. Must have own transporta-
tion and hand tools. Dental, Health, Life
Insurance. 904-910-7862.


SALES POSITION, full time, in Ponte Ve- PERMANENT PART-TIME Merchandis-
dra Boutique. Looking; for motivated, ers. Driveline Retail is seeking merchan-
friendly, energetic individual w/retail expe- disers with prior retail experience to serv-
rience. Beverle's Boutique 330 A1A N. ice local stores. No selling. Must be friend-
Suite 214 (Near Talbots) .285-9094. Ask ly and a self starter. Hourly pay plus bo-
for Wendy. nus for performance. Please send name,
e-mail address, city and state to: ef-
baum@drivelineretail.com. .


ATTENTION: HVAC PROFESSIONALS
Do you deserve to earn $50K- $70K?
Would you like to drive a new van? Are
you focused on delivering 100% customer
satisfaction? Can you pass a drug/ back-
ground check? We are looking for a pro-
fessional HVAC tech to meet our in-
creased service appointments. For a con-
fidential interview, call 686-4539.
-* *


TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
CARPET CLEANIING clean driving record
a must, great pay, lots of benefits, 422-
7114.
WANTED FIT for ladies fitness center.
Sales experience preferred. Nights/ Satur-
days. Benefits. Send resume to
jan@goworkoutjax.com (904)242-9009.


FAMILY PRACTICE office has immediate
opening for Referral/ MA position.
Experience preferred. Fax resume to
(904)282-1550.
EXPERIENCED CUSTOM Interior Trim
Carpenter and helpers needed. Position
available immediately. Beaches and Ponte
Vedra areas. Call Tim 509-9071.



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


NOTICE TO READERS
ADVERTISERS IN this category are not
offering jobs. They are offering job-related
services and may charge fees. Readers
are advised to exercise caution before giv-
ing credit card information over the phone
without knowing what specific product or
service they will receive.


ALL CASH 'candy route Do you earn
$800/day? 30 Machines, Free candy All
for $9,995. (888)629-9968 B02000033.
Call us: We will not be undersoldl

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


BOWLING FAMILY Daycare has openings
for infants & up. State certified, CPR, First
Aid, CDA Teaching Degree. Call Laura,
220-6059 or 476-4251.
LOVING IN-HOME Child Care PVB. Ages
6-weeks and up. HRS licensed. 8 years
experience. Call Tammy at 524-7224

ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $10-$12/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. P/T or F/T.
260-4915.
LOVING, IN-HOME Day care. Ages 6wks.
& up. Certified in CPR & First Aid. HRS
trained; Please call Becky, 249-6391 or
312-2530.



IN-HOME CARE by VISITING ANGELS.
Providing the best caregivers with top ref
& criminal checks for meal-prep, errands,
respite care, companionship and more. Af-
fordable. Call us for a free in-home
assessment at 904-725-8222.
www.visitingangels.com ,Lic. #229886.
PERSONAL ASSISTANT/. COMPANION.
"More than a service, more like a friend."
Transportation to.doctor's, shopping, etc.
Will also visit your loved one for you in
nursing home. 220-0129.
STATE Certified HHA/ CNA/ Sitter will
give quality care for elderly in the privacy
of their own home. Call Veronica at
(904)783-9151 or (904)887-1010.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com "
CNA COMPASSIONATE, honest, reliable,
experienced, $14/hr. Call 329-2781 Sun
thru Wed,
CNA LOOKING for private cases. Willing
to work mornings & afternoons, evenings.
Call 372-4218.
CAREGIVER IN your home. 5yrs exp.
Avail. Mon-Fri during the day. Call Janice
at 641-0608 or 303-5693
NURSING CARE for your Loved One, Pri-
vate DU.yt.experlenced .and compassion-
at, $,l.Pp0/hour .Please call Linda at
(04)217-0094. References provided
RELIABLE QUALITY in-home care by
NCMA with 17 yrs experience. Call 994-
1071.
CNA CARE In your home Rate depends
on care. 536-0587.


BED- KING mattress set, $289. Can de-
liver. (904)391-0015.
MAYTAG WASHER & dryer $500, 2yrs
old. 55".Panasonic TV, 2yrs old, $500.
Best offer on all. (904)514-0425.
BED- BRAND name queen set,
new, w/warranty $129. Can deliver.
(904)858-9350.
BED: BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in
plastic w/warranty. $379. Must sell.
(904)858-9350.


WHIRLPOOL WASHER & dryer, $175.
641-9667, 838-5411.
OFFICE FURNITURE: conference tables,
chairs, file cabinets, rugs, phones, pic-
tures, plants, etc. 233-9543.
MOVING SALEI Cream sofa/ chairs. Anti-
que white table/ chairs. Armoire, desk/ file,
mirror, freezer,TV. 686-1105.
QUEENSIZE SIMMONS Beautyrest,
2-sided pillowtop mattress, boxspring &
frame in spotlessly exc. condition. $175;
Can deliver. 246'-1832.
BABY CRIB & mattress, maple, exc.
cond., $50. 223-5774.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.
SPORTSCRAFT POOL table w/ accesso-
ries. Great Christmas gift. '$300. 625-
6017.
MURRAY RIDING lawnmower, freshly
tuned, ready to go! $300. 625-6017.
MOHAWK STAINMASTER carpet, brand
new w/ pad. Approx. 2000sf, $1100 OBO.
424-6809.
CUSTOM- BUILT, Garden/ Patio arbor
benches. Call 716-3230 for options, pic's,
pricing.
PnPARI. =m.- n..MRA=0f A1. nA RPPT.


HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Installation,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310. Lic. ST-5903. '
DINING ROOM table (large, round ),$200
Call 246-3383.


THIS SATURDAY, 7pm, 9800 Beach
Blvd, www.AnjeAuctions.net AB2659/
AU3713 (904) 248-0926.
LAND AUCTION 350 Props Must be Sold!
Low Down / E-Z Financing Free Catalog
(866)554-3852 www.landauction.com


WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889. '
BUYING FURNITURE to furnish three
new vacation homes. Call 993-3226.



DUVAL DRIVE Neighborhood Sale, Sat.
9/22, 8-2pm. Over 10 families participat-
ing. Furn., toys, household items, antique
cars.
MOVING SATURDAY, 8am-? 1688
Marshside off 15th St. South. -
FRIDAY/ SATURDAY/ Sunday, 8am-1pm.
810 8th Ave. N. All items from A-Z.

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WANTED: RAFTERS foriFall Ads &
Crafts Show, Oct. 20, 2007 at Christ Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 400 Penman Rd.,
N.B. For more info. call 249-5370.


COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE @ SOLEIL
Apartments, located off Ponte Vedra
Lakes Blvd. Location: Tennis Court, Satur-
day, 9-22-07 from 7am to 2pm. Applian-
ces, Furniture, Household Items, and
more! (904) 285-1431.


MOVING SALE: Sat., 8am-2pm; furniture,
misc. items. 14054 Aldridge Road South
(cross from Golden Corral).


BEACH ESTATE- Big! 1816 Arden Way,
Jax Bch off Penman Rd. Beautiful Jewel-
ry: diamonds, pearls, 18, 14k galore!
Chantilly sterling set. New-electric scooter,
Chanton, Imare, Waterford, Hummel,
Doulton duck decoy. Formal side board,
Clocks, antique chests, rugs more! Tools,
garage kitchen stuffed. Lk new Walkers
Bay 8 ft. dingy. Fine Clothing (St. Johns,
etc.) purses, etc. No's at home @ 8. Sale
Thurs. 9-4 Fri. 9-3. China Cat 241-0344.
chinacatantiques.com.


AIRPORT SEDANS, limos and vans.
Serving Jacksonville for over 7 years.
(904)398-8400.


BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40' with water & electric, $500. 463-2845.
1975 CATALINA 27ft Sailboat, exc. cond.,
like new, $4500. 422-4077.
DEEP WATER 40' Intracoastal Marina
Slip for rent. Intracoastal at Atlantic Blvd.
7'-9',draw & up to 16' max beam. Unlimit-
ed clearance and 24 hour'access. Electric,
cable & telephone hook-up. $12/ft.
881-0895.
BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com


2003 SCOOTER, Vespa engine, 49cc.,
3900 miles; $1000, 465-7179.
2002 HONDA REBEL 250, red, excellent
condition. 9251miles, $1850: 2002' HD
Hugger. Mint condition, windshield, sad-
dle'bags'vforward pegs. Only 3464 miles.
$6900,-568-7139.
2004 HONDA CRF 4 stroke racing dirt
bike. All riding gear included with extra
parts. Price also include '2006' 5'x10'
trailer $4300 904-553-6111.
2001 HARLEY Davidson XL 1200C
Sportster, extra chrome,,custom seat, new
tires/ brakes, 5900 miles, excellent condi-
tion, $6499. 923-5879.
HONDA 2000 Sabre, 1100cc V-twin, low
'miles, windshield, mustang seat, back
rest. Asking $4500 OBO. Phone 247-1733
for appt.


1989, 32FT Pace Arrow motorhome.
$12,200. Call 759-9701.
24FT. CAMPER, good condition, A/C.
Ideal for hunting. Sleeps 5. $1000 OBO.
242-7383.


SHOP ONLINE AT
WWW.MOORECHEVY.COM
2000 Silverado LS Z71, 95K miles,. Rhino,
Leer topper, .white w/grey leather int, tow
pkg. excellent cond. $13,500. Call Sam
at 249-3403.


95 MONTE Carlo, 6cyl.,AT, completely,
customized body kit & paint job. PW/ PB,
138K mi. $2,500. 241-5511.
MUSTANG STEEDA CONVERTIBLE,
2001, yellow, 96,000 -miles, $9600.
(904)635-9759
2000 CHEVROLET Cavalier 2dr Coupe.
Very low miles, AT, A/C, AM/FM/CD, exc.
cond. $5875 cash. Call John 724-0444.
1962 FORD FALCON wagon; runs good,
some surface rust. Must see. $3500,
707-5663.
2001 VOLVO S80, 2.9 liter, 4 door sedan.
49,000 miles..Fully loaded, excellent con-
dition. $11,000. (904)246-7919.
2002 CHEVY Monte Carlo SS, black
w/tan leather interior. Fully loaded, includ-
ing On-Star. Very clean and runs great.
51,400 miles. $9500. (904)246-7919.


MODERN GLASS & metal dining room
set, w/4 black chairs (new from Portside
2007; never used), $500, 412-1420


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BALDWIN SPINET piano w/bench, great
condition, red mahogany finish, delivered
and tuned, $1350, 757-3455 or 241-8057.


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