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    Section A: Main: Calendar
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Wedding
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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    Section B: Sports
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In memory of
Missy McMahai

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AUGUST 2,2006

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Vol. 44, No. 12


SAn edition of The Beaches Leader


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


start on


has cops

ready for


With summer-coming to a
close, it's time for kids to hit the
books and for parents to hit the
Traffic will increase dramati-
cally when school starts in St.
Johns County Friday, and traffic
deputies will be out in full force,
said Sgt. Chuck Mulligan,
spokesman for the St. Johns
County Sheriffs Office.
Mulligan said the first day of
school Friday means more peo-
'pie on the road driving their
kids to school and it means rein-
stated school speed zones that
slow traffic.
"\Ve understand that there's a
great influx of traffic on the road
on the first day of school,"
Mulligan said in an interview
"Indeed our road deputies will
be out."
Construction zones on C.R.
210 have also reduced the speed
on that road;-wrhiob many par-.:
ents and high schoolers take to
get to Nease High School.
Mulligan said deputies will
not be targeting traffic on 210,
but said drivers, especially
young drivers, should be cau-
tious of traffic patterns that
could change daily.
Mulligan said deputies will be
on the lookout for speeders in
areas around schools count)'
Mulligan said the most fre-
quent mistake made by drivers
on the first day back to school is
speeding through school zones
that were not active during the

Cold cases

linger on-

even after

30 years

JB police hope
DNA technology
will help solve
seven mysteries

is how many, years the ,Oldest
cold case in lacksov'ille Beach -
that of Jodi A.nn Wells., has
been open.
is how old Wells ns washen
her body was found battered
beneath an old furnace.
is the year Judy A nn
Kinldtson was murdered in a
hotel room. Police recovered
blood samples years after her
death and are awaiting DNA
test results.

Story A-3

PhotLo Laura Fowler
Theresa Stevens decorates her third grade classroom at PV-PV/Rawlings Elementary Tuesday in preparation for the first day of
school Friday in St. Johns County. Teachers at PV-PV/Rawlings and Ocean Palms Elementary are busy this week organizing their
curriculum and familiarizing themselves with new materials, including a new science textbook in every elementary school grade.

Teachers prep for Friday start

Kids aren't the only ones who get
excited about the first day of school on
For Theresa Stevens, Friday will be her
first day as a full-time teacher at P\V-
PV/Rawlings Elementary.
"I'm so happy to have my first real
room," the third grade teacher said
enthusiastically Tuesday.
Stevens and the rest of the teachers
throughout the county are busy this
week getting their classrooms and cur-
riculum ready for a fresh batch of stu-
For new teachers like Stevens, who pre-
viously worked as a long-term substitute
teacher, preparing for the start of the
school year can be overwhelming.
There are decorations to hang, books
to stack, desks to rearrange and learning
materials to organize.
"I inherited a lot of things from a retir-
ing teacher," Stevens said.
"It's been a move-in process," where
she practically had to start from scratch,
she said.
All elementary schools throughout the
St. Johns County School District are
using new science textbooks this year,
making. the back-to-school preparation
even bigger for ,teachers.

PV-P\ViRawlings-_ principal Kathleen
Furness said all teachers at the school
will be working with June Main, a pro-
fessor at Jacksonville University who will
help provide ideas for hands-on activities

to accompany each chapter in the book.
For Joyce Walter, who has taught kids
at Rawlings since it opened about 14
years ago, the science book is about the
only thing that is unfamiliar this year.
Walters yearly routine to prepare for
her new third grade students has basical-
ly been the same for many years, she
Walter said she tries to get everything
arranged and to make everything
interesting and attractive for the stu-
In her classroom Tuesday, the teaching
veteran of almost 50 years was working
on an activity for students to talk about
what they did over their summer vaca-
As a new approach this year, Walter is
having the kids decorate a paper T-shirt
as if it were a souvenir of the place they
visited over the summer.
As far as planning her curriculum for
the class, Walter said it all depends on
the students.
"You really have to meet the class... so
you can see how quickly they're going to
take off," she said.

Most teachers .spegid;-tt4:geqe.;befire
school starts to organize their lesson
plans and familiarize themselves with
any new material, accog.ng to Eurness.
At Ocean Palms Elementary, Assistant
Principal Sue Smith said teachers spend
this week becoming familiar not only
with 'new material but also with new%
Smith said Principal Michael Parrish
introduced all the teachers old and new
to each other at Ocean Palms on Monday
and described one special attribute of
Smith said Parrish tries to create a fam-
ily atmosphere among the teachers at
Ocean Palms, which welcomes seven
new teachers this year.
For the first few weeks of school, Smith
said teachers and staff will work on
developing Ocean Palms school improve-
ment plan on Wednesdays, taking
advantage of a 1 p.m. early release for
students on that day.
Using input, from parents and teachers,
Smith said the school will be able to
organize the improvement plan and per-
haps implement it this year.
Students at Ocean Palms and their par-
ents will get the chance to meet their
teachers Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
feet Your teacher at PV-PV/Rawlings
will be held from 8-11 a.m. Thursday.


rifle fired

at crowd

in Jax


No one injured;
cops on scene
arrest suspect

Jacksonville Beach Police con-
cerned about high crowd vol-
umes and reports of random
gunfire saturated an area at the
foot of Beach Boulevard Sinday
.where- hundreds of young adults
have 'gathered on Suedav
evenings over the last several
"We were out there because of
a special detail we were work-
ing," Det. Sgt. Mark Evans said
Tuesday. "We had officers in dif-
ferent vantage points and sever-
al placed on the ground to see
what was going on."
The effort paid off just before
midnight when officers
observed a Jackson\ille teen fire
an assault rifle into a crowd of
approximately 150.people in the
parking lot of the Quality Suites
Oceanfront at 11 1st Street
Michae) Lamar Ricks, 17, of
ra-s'0bhiville was arrested and'
charged with attempted murder
for firing approximately 25
rounds from an SKS assault rifle,
police said.
"We observed a black male
pull out an SKS assault rifle from
the trunk and fire 20-25 rounds
into the crowd in a southwest-
erly direction," Public
Information Officer Sgt. Tom
Bingham said.
"He barely had a chance to
throw [the weapon] into the
Car when officers were on him
and took him down. No one
was hit, thank goodness.
Everyone was extremely
The 11:55 p.m. shooting was
not connected to another
deadly shooting that left a 41-
year-old Jackson-ille man dead
blocks away just seven minutes
later, Bingham said.
Evans said the task force,
including assistance from sev-
eral Neptune Beach Police offi-
cers, were responding to inci-
dents in which spent shell cas-
ings were found on the side-
walk and on the beach over a
three-week period.

School ,deputies

offer more than

campus safety

There's more to being a
police officer than shooting
bad guys, and writing traffic
Part of the job description
includes preventing crime by
mentoring youngsters.
Youth Resource Deputies
with the St. Johns County
Sheriff's Office do just that in
their daily interactions with
students of all ages at Ponte
Vedr schools.

"These are individuals who
like to work with our youth,"
said Sgt. Chuck Mulligan with
the Sheriff's Office.
"It's about fostering that rela-
tionship with youth. the
students get to know these
Along, with the students,
teachers and staff, these
deputies will also return to
school on Friday after a sum-
mer of working on different


Photo by Laura Fowler
Sgt. Joey Romer "shoots" his K-9 partner, who rolls over and plays dead for a group of Landrum
Middle School students enjoying their lunches last school year. St. Johns Sheriffs Office deputies
return to schools Friday along with students and teachers.

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New trustees at cultural
center ': ,
A ijew '006-2007 Board of
HonoraIy Trustees has been
selected for the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra Beach.
The board includes Ron
Autrey, president and COO of
Miller Electric; Jerome
Fletcher, chairman of Fletcher
Management; Mike Hartley,
president of Hartley Press;
Betty Knowlton, artist; Marty
Lanahan, city president for
AMSouth Bank; Irene Lazzara
of Gasper and Irene Lazzara
SFoundaAb ,Kelly Madden,,
",, pr'eidjei--of Wachovia Banlki,
Bruce: -a'guire; i St. Johns"
County Commissioner; Rhoda
McKean, Cultural Center
founder; Kristin McLauchlan,
chairman and CEO of Legacy
Trust Company; and Jay Stein,
chairman of Steinmart.

10-home subdivision
planned for PV
Five acres located on the
east side of Palm Valley Road,
just north of Canal Boulevard,
were rezoned last week to
allow for the construction of
10 single family homes.
SThe 10 properties will
belong to a subdivision,
which will be developed by
Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt,
an engineering apd planning

Guana hosts lunch lec-

The Guana

Reserve will

hold a brown bag lunch lec-
ture at noon Friday at the
Guana Environmental
Education Center, about 17
miles south of Butler
Guest speaker Janet
Zimmerman will talk about
the Guana's sister reserve,
Rookery Bay Reserve, in
Naples while guests enjoy
lunches brought from home.
The lecture is free and open
to the public.
For more information call
, y. : .f1' ,
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Free breast screening
The St. Johns County
Health Department will hold
a free breast cancer screening
clinic Aug. 8 from 6-7:30 p.m.
at the health department
offices, 1955 U.S. 1 S., suite
A physician will offer breast
exams and will educate
women in self-exam proce-
Referral for mammograms
will. be made to Flagler
Hospital Imaging Center and
the program will pay for
mammograms for uninsured
or underinsured women.
Free Pap smears and pelvic
exams will also be offered to
women between the ages of
50 and 64.
No appointments necessary.
For more information call

Roundtable to host
candidate forum
A televised forum for candi-

dates running for the St.
Johns Board of County
Commissioners and the St.
Johns Cpunty School Board
will be held Aug. 14 from 9-11
a.m. at the county' auditori-
um, 4020 Lewis Speedway, St.
The St. Johns County Civic
Association Roundtable will
host the event, where candi-
dates will present their plat-
forms and answer questions.
The forum will be shown on
Time Warner channel 3,
Comcast channels 24 and 29
and on channel 242 on digital
'. .t'"will b'"l)hohdc as"a'gai
Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.,
Aug. 19 at 9 a.m. and Sept. 2
atb 1 p.m. on the same chan-

Host families needed
for exchange students
STS Foundation, a non-prof-
it international student
exchange program, is looking
for host families living in
Jacksonville Beach to offer
accommodations for interna-.
tional exchange students.
Host families .are expected
to provide a separate bed,
family meals and a safe envi-
ronment for each student.
For more information visit
Interested families should
call Lillian at 1-800-522-4678
or e-mail her at lillian@,sts-

PV Chamber hosts

*The Ponte Vedia Beach
Chamber of Commerce will
host the 3rd Annual Member
to Member Trade Show Aug.
23 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
at the Sawgrass Marriott
Resort and Spa.
Attending the trade show is
free but four mini seminars
will be offered for $15 per per-
The first seminar starts at
11:15 a.m. with Gwen Burch,
who will speak about building
a better team.
At 11:45 51 m. era
A ddrefys l1,0u11how
^: 't/Ii/15 I..'l '^.p^'l s ,.hl/
to sell your business, ollOweh2
by Ginger Lilley Peace, who
will speak about creating an
integrated marketing plan at
12:15 p.m.
Cathy Hagen will finish the
series at 12:45 with a seminar
on business financial check-

A deli lunch will also be
offered for $15 per person and
reservations must be made for
lunch and the seminars.
To make reservations or for
more information call 285-

PV Chamber hosts
candidate forum
The Ponte Vedra Beach
Chamber of Commerce will
also host a candidate forum
Aug. 30 from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.,at the Sawgrass Marriott
Resort and Spa for those run-
ning'for'the S'..-Johns-Boara 61
County Commissioners.
There is no charge to attend
the forum, however a deli
lunch will be offered at 11
a.m. for $15 per person.
Reservations must be made
for lunch.

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Rep. Don Davis cordially invites the general public
to attend an Idearaiser focusing on economic
development, tourism and the entertainment

Speaker Designate Marco Rubio is forming his
legislative priorities which will be based upon
ideas by members of the. public, who attend such
idearaisers scheduled around the state of FL. The
U top 100 ideas will be cataloged and disseminated to
the members of the FL Legislature to gain their input and participation in
formulating the legislation required to enact these top 100 ideas.

Please join us on Thursday, August 3rd from 7-9pm at the
SJacksonville Beach City Hall Council Chambers

to offer ideas and suggestions for the
improvement of Florida's future, not limited to

the aforementioned topics.

For additional information please contact our legislative office
S..at 247-4040.

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August L, L) LTd


Cont. from A-1
"Jacksonville Beach asked us
for help. They have been hav-
ing problems [on Sunday
night]," Neptune Beach Police
David Sembach Monday said,
noting that the two agencies
often provide mutual aid.
Business owners at nearby
hotels and restaurants were not
notified of the possibility of
events escalating,' Evans said,
because the first gunshots coin-
cided with the residual effects
of Fourth of July fireworks.
"At the time we were still try-
ing to get confirmation," he
said, adding that "when the
calls go out, we get there, and
Everyone has scattered. There is
not a lot to go on."
Often fireworks are to blame
for the explosive sound, but
once a gun casing was found a
couple of weeks ago, police
decided to step up their pres-
ence, Evans explained,
acknowledging that the shoot-
ing into a crowd 'surprised
"We were being proactive,"
said' Evans. "We knew the
crowds were there and we
wanted to be proactive and nip
Evans said police will contin-
ue heavy. enforcement every
Sunday to determine where the
group of predominately teen
and young adults is coming
from, why they, congregate in
Jacksonville Beach' and estab-
lish a motive for the violent
Ranging in age from 16 to
mid-20s, many of the youths
appear to be coming from the
Northside and downtown
Jacksonville, police said, with
most arriving at or near mid-
night. .
In addition to the assault
rifle fired by Ricks, Evans said
police also recovered a shotgun
and three different types of
According to a curfew in
place for juveniles .in
Jacksonville Beach,' teens ,16
arid under must be off the
street by 12:30 p.m. on the
weekends. Special concessions
are in place for kids. who work
or are in the company of a par-
ent or guardian representative,
Evans said.
Bingham said Ricks retrieved
'the weapon from a vehicle
reported stolen out of
Jacksonville and had the keys
in his possession at the time of
his arrest.


Cont. from A-i.
Because they enjoy working
with kids, Mulligan said some,
were assigned over the summer.
to special beats that involve
A few youth deputies worked
in a special unit that caught
about 20 county businesses
serving alcohol to minors this
Now that school is starting
back, deputies will hit the halls
to keep students safe and out of
Mulligan said youth resource
positions involve manr,,ele-
SThe deputies may mitigate a
problem between two students
in order to prevent a fight.
SThe next day they may speak
to parents about why their stu-
dent isn't coming to school or
about problems at home..
a Mulligan said youth deputy
positions are relatively coveted
jobs, and all positions are cur-
rently fill.
Some deputies have been.
working in the school for more
than ten years, he said.
All the county's high schools'
have one deputy, while the ele-
mentary schools may share a
deputy. :
Mulligan said the deputies
also offer a sense of security.
Any unauthorized person
found on campus can be ques-
tioned and ,detained by the'
officer, which helps protect stu-
Ultimately, Mulligan said,
the goal is to gain the trust of
the students and enforce laws
that would' hinder the school
system or harm someone.

Police hope DNA will solve cold cases

Jodi Anne Wells was only 11
years old when her battered
body was found beneath an old
furnace in 1969.
Her teeth and nose were bro-
ken, her body riddled with bul-
lets. Investigators found evi-
dence that the little girl was also
sexually assaulted.
Her underwear, socks and
shoes were missing when her
badly decomposed remains
were found in an area common-
ly used as a dumping site near
St. Augustine Boulevard in
Jacksonville Beach.
Clothing and.other evidence
was sent to an FBI lab for analy-
sis, but the results were incon-
clusive, according to police.
"Back then, there was no DNA
processing. We sent her clothing
to the lab and tried to find hairs
or anything we could match,
but we never found anythirig,"i
former Jacksonville Beach Police
Det. Katie Kingston said.
"The only possibility of evi-
dence' was on her clothing.
There were some pretty good
suspects back then, but they
were all circumstantial. It was
all we had."
The Wells case is the oldest
unsolved murder in Jacksonville
Beach, one of seven c61d' cases,
spanning nearly four decades.

Donna Mullins 1986
Donna Mullins disappeared'
on July 24, 1986,
A petite 5-foot-2, 110-pound
blond with a chipped, front
tooth, Mullins allegedly grabbed.
a .38- caliber pistol and went
gunning for her man, a sailor.
"She walked out the door to
go kill him," Kingston, who
' recently retired from the JBPD
after 15 years, said. '
"No one ever saw her again."
The.case was cold for three
years until 1989 when human
bones were discovered off an
interstate in Bloomingdale, Ga.,
just west of Savannah.
Forensic experts determined
that the victim hot had been
shot 14 times with a .38, the
type of weapon Mullins was last
seen carrying.
A skull reconstruction artist
with the Georgia Bureau of
Investigation (GBI) searching
through the adult missing per-
sons system came across an
image that looked "awfully
familiar" to Mullins, Kingston
The investigator called
Kirig 6t an'd told her that she
'Ihad i eated a bust of a Woman
With bad teeth that matched a
: picture of Mullins in the data-
"The lady saw it and said,
'This might be your girl',"
Kingston recalled. "I nearly fell
out of my chair. It looked just
like her."
Kingston contacted a forensic
anthropologist, who agreed to
collect a DNA sample from.the
remains found on the highway.
I.ingstoni said hair still
attached to a skull 'as* submit-,
ted,,tO test DNA stored in the fol-
licle.. Two of Mullins' three
daughters also submitted DNA
sampeslfor comparison.
.The samples were sent to the
GBI and forwarded to the FBI
lab in August 2005. Police are
awaiting the results.

Judy Ann Knudtson 1974
Jacksonville Beach detectives
are hoping DNA will help solve
the 1974 murder of Judy Ann
Knudtson, whose body was
found in a hotel room at the old
Holiday Inn in Jacksonville
Det. Sgt. Mark Evans said
there is minimal public infor-
mation available in the case
because it 'is considered an
active investigation thanks to
Snew advances in technology.
"What we like to do with cold
cases is use a lot of the technol-'
ogy that was not available at the
time of the crime," Evans said.
"If the victim is taped, we
send skin cells or hair for testing
that before could not 'be com-
Evans said the new twist in.
the case broke several y'eas after
the murder when crews were
gutting the hotel.
Detectives were able to identi-
fy the room where the murder
took place by comparing the
concrete door hame to photos
from the original crime scene.
"They let us pull everything
apart since they were gutting it
anyway," Evais said.
Luminal, a product 'that when
sprayed on objects brings out
blood patterns without the' use
of an alternate light source, was
used in the room where
Knudtson was killed.
S "It had been so long we didn't
think it would work but it
worked," Evans said.
"The blood patterns were the
same as those in the crime scene
photos from 1974."
The new. evidence is being
analyzed. Evans said the 32-
year-old case is "definitely solv-
When working cold cases,
Evans, a 17-year police veteran,
said the most important thing
to detectives is patience.
"All DNA is there. You just
have to match it to someone,"
he said. It is important to keep
an open mind and try not to get
tunnel vision, It is so easy to get
that way."
Evidence collected from a
crime scene:is not all submitted
right away. Kingston said inves-
tigators select the evidence
"with the highest probability of
'a match" within the federal
DNA database that stores sam-
ples from offenders involved in
violent crimes, sexual homi-
cides and other felonious offens-

Margaret Oppen -1996
S. Margaret Oppen, 68. .%as a
familiar face at the MNcDonald's
on 3rd Street North in
Jacksonville Beach.
The fast-food restaurant
where she regularly enjoyed a
cup of coffee was within walk-
ing distance of her condomini-
um where she lived alone.
Oppen was last seen at about
10:30 p.m., 'after talking to two
transients and giving. them
money, witnesses told police.
Her body was found in her
residence. She was strangled
with her own nightgown and
smothered with a pillow.
Evans said the' woman also
suffered blunt trauma to one of
her eyes.
"Probably [from] .the impact
of being knocked down," he
"We believe, it is possible that
she wasn't dying.fast enough so

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[the killers] put the pillow over
her face to expedite it,"
Kingston added.
Jewelry belonging to the vic-
tim turned up in a pawn shop.
Detectives were able to trace the
jewelry back to a man who told
police he sold crack to a white
male in exchange for the stolen
Kingston said the transients
who were last seen with Oppen
an hour before her death were
traced to Virginia,
Detectives are awaiting ithe
results from the cup that was
sent to Florida Department of
Law Enforcement (FDLE) lab.

Carlos Rivera -1997
On a Saturday morning in
1997, a person walking a dog on
the beach in front of the
Jackson\ille Beach lifeguard sta-
tion made a grizzly discovery:
The body of 36-year-old Carlos'
Rivera, who was buried face
down in the sand.
"Someoner took the time to
dig a decent hole," Evans said.
;Detectives said Rivera was
strangled from behind. His jew-
elry was missing.
Evans said the victim was a
prominent Atlanta realtor who
drove a Mercedes and had
booked a room at a local hotel
for a weekend.

Chris Devenney 2000
Chris Devenney, 27, was a
graduate of'Bishop Kenny High
School who had lived in the
Beaches area for several years
'and owned a fencing and deck
company when he was mur-
dered on April 5, 2000.
Responding to a call from one
of Devenney's friends, officers
discovered signs of struggle at
his .7th Court South home.
Devenney had disarmed his
security system, leading investi-
gators to believe he knew or
trusted the killer.
Samples collected at-the scene
were ssent to an FBI crime lab.
Detectives continue to follow
leads circulate information they
hope willsomeday point to a
"The family is still upset,"
Evans said.
"I know sqmeorie out there
kriows something," said Celeste
Murr, Devenney's mother.

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The Leader's Opinion

Time to be ready

for start of new

school year here

School starts Friday in St. Johns County and Monday
in Duval County.
It's tempting to conclude that the lazy days of sum-
mer will soon give way to hectic; jam-packed schedules
:for most families.
In truth, though,.many people and organizations, as
well as parents, have worked quite hard during the
summer to keep youth occupied and interested in a
variety of activities throughout the summer. School
may have been out of session, but summer has its own
scheduling demands and pressure on the families.
Coaches, camp counselors, surf instructors, art men-
tors, swim trainers, and the many others who work,
hard with area youth each summer are due a round of
appreciation for their efforts.
While summer days may not be as lazy as poets and
songwriters might have you believe, there is no doubt
that the upcoming start of school will be even busier
for most residents.
Beginning Friday, commuter traffic will likely snarl
as heavily-laden school buses lumber along their
routes., Students will begin lugging home books and
many families will once again start and end their days
depending on class schedules and assignments..
Early August may not be when .most of the rest'of
the country goes back to school, but for bur commu-
nity it's time to be ready for the opening of another
School year.

Letters to the editor:

Take time to get it right

To the editor:
If a city's government is
Determined to make radical
changes that cause neighbors
'to turn away from neighbors,
is it good for the city? I think
not. Atlantic Beach is in trou-
The proposed new
Community Development'
S&andr share creating a hotr.
r ,nd ., e. z8-a'f'.,in our
community. It has gone
Beyond normal acceptance of
differences in opinion. People
are calling people names and
I have been told that personal
threats have occurred. What
can our city government be
thinking? Is it not time to
calm things down by realiz-
ing that change, in any form,
is best accomplished in small,
Some of our commissioners
seem to want to take our pres-
ent building codes and cut.

them in half. Some unfound-
'ed fear (in my opinion) that
too many large homes will be
built in Atlantic Beach, and
that- such' buildings will
change our character, has
stirred the emotional 'pot.
Confusion over FAR (floor
area ratio)' combined: with
other design requirements
1stjiLUutt: O AMTmpa rtiTif .diA
entire community tFqm tl4i
top (the commissioners) right
on down through the resi-
We all need to take what-
ever time it takes to under-
stand all implications of
impending changes and
,decide to make, changes as a
unified group of informed cit-
izens interested ini what is
.best for the entire city.
SSue Snead'
Atlantic Beach

Mailbox is appreciated

,To the editor:
It is not often I see a posi-
tive "letter to the editor" con-
cerning our Atlantic Beach
City Council, but this is a def-
inite "Thank-You" for giving
the residents a new Mail Box
'drop at Seminole and 16th
street.The new drop-box
along with the 'new access
design and landscaping is a
real plus for all.
SAfter the drop box across
from City Hall was removed
;for. our new intersection
improvements and no other

location could be agreed on,, I
along with others I am sure,
communicated with our
Council asking for reconsider-
ation and suggesting alterna-
tiv'e sites. Mr. Jim Hansoi and
Mr. Mike Borno responded to
me personally that they were
working on solutions and not
giving up.
SMy thanks to these gentle-
men for a.job well done.
Jerry Maddy
Atlantic Beach



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To the editor:
I'm a new dog owner and
was disappointed :to learn
that dogs are not allowed on,
Jax Beach til after 5. pm.
,Durinig fall/winter months,
it's dark soon after 5 p.m. so
we can't walk hardly at all
.then. What can be done to
change this?
From what I understand,

the policy came about due to.
dog owners walking their
dogs' without leashes and/or
not picking up their drop-
Can't dog owners be given
another chance to be respon-
sible? I'm sure most would be
more diligent if, they were'
given a new opportunity to
have more time on the beach

with their dogs. Those
would love to have th
frame increased wou
sure to keep after th
owners who continue
play actions that cause
time constraints in th

Proud to see and fly flag
Pro tosee4g

To the editor:
I wanted to thank The
Beaches Leader for the beauti-
ful, color, American flag dis-
pl\"ed'"on the 'bck.,of the
pape'' on "th'''l th ci' i fy)'
Hooray for you! I was so

proud to take the paper flag
and put it up in my home.for
the 4th. (It's still up !)
This came.at a time, when
theNl-Times w;as being 'u'n-
tAeritan, and wgs i tig.ur papr.
triotic things in their paper.

Thank you Beaches
for your morale suppo
the beautiful flag!

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To the editor:
To all those who so vigorously oppose and
assert that Wall-Mart would be a very bad
neighbor I would like to say, what kind of a
neighbor are the present owners? They are
providing us with a strip ,of aging, worn out,
ugly almost-all-empty stores with a exceeding-
ly forlorn- looking, weedy, broken up in spaces.
parking lot. It is a meeting ground for every
kind of unacceptable happening in the world!
Would I not rather prefer the buildings pic-
tured in the paper of the proposed Wall-Matt
store? Would I not like a large store set for-
ward on the property so, that I could walk or
ride my bicycle up to obtain my needs at a very
good price and walk in easily from the side-

To the editor:
In the last three elections the Primary
Election for St. Johns County Commission
has been closed. In other words, only
Republicans can vote for Republicans.,
democrats, Independents and others can't
That means, more than 60,000 registered
voters won't be able to vote for County
Commissioner. In District 4 (Ponte Vedra) by
the time the November election rolls around
you will have 'a choice between the winner of,
the Republican primary and a blank space for
a write in candidate from Crescent Beach, and
it won't count if you write in Superman.
If you are planning to vote in the Sept. 5
Primary, and find yourself stymied because of
the electoral process, you have until Monday
Aug. 7 to register as a Republican so you will
be allowed to vote for County Commissioner
in Districts 2 & 4. After the Primary, you can
change your party affiliation back to what it
was. That way you'll be able to cast your bal-

walk? Would I not prefer to have the p
area, and its waste-land lookoutitin'back
My answers, to the above questioI
resounding "yes!" My answer to all the
who are,so vigorously opposing this ac
to our area, is to get down off their hig]
es and welcome some change around h
'don't know all of them personally, but
I bet I would run into them shopping at
clean, handsomely designed store i
Nan Sperry Cl

lot and express your opinion at bol
:Primary and General Electi6ns this fall.
NON Partisan means every registered
can vote for the candidate of their (
Most of our local elections are NON Pa
the School Board,, Airport Authority,
Judges, St. Augustine, St. Augustine
Hastings etc. Perhaps it's time to treal
for County Commission the same way.
all, the actions of the Commissioni
great impact on our quality of life and c
bills. A Charter form of government
allow for nion-partisan voting acro;
But for now, the Commission rac
totally partisan, and therefore, vulnera
eleventh hour maneuvering that esse:
blocks large groups of citizens from c
their votes.
Go to www.sjcvotes.us Make you
Marcy Silke
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in home

T he Jax Beach Woman's
Club's recent antiques
show (previewed in the
er July 21 Leader) reminded me
of my late wife Liicy's infatua-
tion with elderly household
e who items. She and her sister
.e time Frannie, another antiques
ild be addict, would periodically go
ae dog on an extended expedition to
to dis- search out ancient, or at least
ed the aging, artifacts that might go
ie first on display in their digs.
Sometimes they wouldn't
McKay buy anything, although they
Beach clearly enjoyed the hunt as
much as any nimrod in the
woods. A logistics problem was
that Frannie lives in New
Jersey, so that anything she
acquired here on their "junk
jaunts" would have to be
schlepped or shipped there. If
it was something sizable
and/or heavy, that could get
Leader sorta exhausting or expensive.
rt, and Lucy faced the same obstacle if
she purchased such an item on
an antiquing safari when she
et erer" went up to see Frannie.
'B.acH The distance factor, however,
didn't deter Lucy from glom-
ming onto big and bulky col-
lectibles when on her own turf.
One of her most memorable
accomplishments was cor-
ralling a monster chest-of-
drawers that was owned by one
of Jacksonville's most promi-
nent families. I think she.
S picked it up at an estate sale-
well, not literally, and therein
parking lies a laugh.
of the Since I was working, she
enlisted the aid of a neighbor
is is a woman, Marian (now
snobs deceased), to help with ,the
Edition transportation. We had a con-
h hors- vertible then, so Lucy dropped
Are. I the top and recruited a,couple
if I did' of guys at the sale to wrestle
a new, the huge dresser into the back
n our seat (more or less). Marian's job
was to sit by it going home aiid
keep it 'from falling onto the
hapiin highway.
Beach It must have been quite a
sight. Marian said, "That's the
first time I ever rode shotgun
for a chiffonier." Still, it wasn't
the weirdest thing she ever wit-
nessed involving transport of a
heft) heirloom. One day she
was hanging wash and spotted
a steeple moving down a near-
by street, partially hidden from
th the view by houses and trees.
S Marian was relieved when she
I voter learned it was on a mature,
choice treasured church being trans-
rtisan; ferred to new property. The
MSD, Lord sometimes moves .in
Beach, strange ways, but this was over
t races the top.
After Lucy's passion for old, vener-
have a ated stuff wasn't all aesthetic.
ur tax It was investment-oriented,
could too. 'I bought her a book titled
ss the "There's a Fortune in Your
Attic," dedicated to- the fact
es are. that seemingly valueless pieces
bible to can be worth a bundle; e.g., a
ntially silly-looking vase that sold for
:asting $265,000!
I'd spend more time dusting
r. vote Lucy's antiques, but I can't find
the feather duster. It apparent-
baken ly flew away. (Hooray.)

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Police Beat is compiled from
police reports which are available
for public inspection at each
department's offices.

A resident of the 100 block
of Crosstide Circle reported
on July. 25 that an unknown
male was soliciting donations
for the Fraternal Order. of
Police. The suspect had what
appeared to be FOP documen-
tation and the victim, gave
him a check for $15, accord-
ing to the police report.,

The owner of a vehicle bur-
glarized between July 18 and
19 made a report to St. Johns
County Sheriff's Office on
July 25.
A camera, Ipod, and satel-
lite radio valued at $850 were
Missing from the vehicle
which was parked in the 700
block of Spinnaker's Reach at
the time of the burglary,
According to the police report.

On July 26, a resident of
the-,6500 block ,of Burnham
Circle reported that a lit fire-
cracker was thrown into the
Living room of his house.
S According to the police
report, a SJSO deputy spoke
with two juveniles in the area
who admitted to throwing the
firecracker into the house.'
The victim did not choose to
pursue charges and the juve-
Sniles were released to their

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Vehicles parked at two resi-
dences in the 600 block of E.
Devon Hurst Lane were bur-
glarized between 7:30 p.m on
. July 27 and 10 a.m. on July
28, according to a police
report filed on July 28. There
was no sign of forced entry to
either vehicle.
The owner of the first vehi-
cle reported a camera, purse,
wallet, credit cards, and $50
in cash with a total value of
$640 were missing from the
vehicle. The credit cards were
used several times in
Jacksonville between 8:30
p.m. on July 27 and 10 a.m.
on July 28.
The owner of the second
vehicle reported that a purse
with credit cards and other
items valued at $100 was
missing from the vehicle..,
.. .,
Criminal mischief resulting
in a broken lock and door on
Sa vending machine was
reported on July 28.
According to the police
report, the vending machine
was located in the lobby of a
building in the 600 block of
Ponte Vedra Lakes Blvd.

Criminal mischief resulting
in $200 in damages to the door
of a vehicle parked in the 100
block of Lamplighter Lane
was reported on July 29.

On July 30,. two juveniles
were charged with loitering
and prowling in the 100 block
of Roscoe Blvd. One of the
juveniles was additionally
charged with violation of pro-.
bation, according to a police

.A 'Pnte Vedra resident
reported a, incident of bat-
tery-to St. Johns County
Sheriff's Office on July 30.
According .to the police
report, on July 28 the victim
was was approached ini: his
vehicle ,by the driver of
another vehicle near 'Marsh
Landing Parkway and Bridle
The victim reported the
other driver', slapped and,
choked him and' ripped his
shirt. After the victim Iwas
able, to return to his vehicle,
he removed a gun from his

A business was reported
burglarized July 28 in the 900
block of Atlantic Boulevard.

A bicycle valued at $100
was reported stolen from a
residence July .28 in the 100
block of Mayport Road.
Curtis Franklin Powell, 33,
of Jacksonville was arrested
and charged with fleeing a
law enforcement officer July
29 in the 1700 block of
Sunnyside Avenue.

Laranzo Hills, 39, of
Atlantic Beach was arrested
and charged with counterfeit-
ing money July 30 in the 400
block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to a police report.

A 30-year-old Atlantic
Beach man was arrested July
23 after he struck an officer in
the face with his elbow. The
officer was attempting to gain
cotroo tpfr suspect who
wa'.. yIPO dhn an alterca-
tidns with another man in the
100 block of Seminole Road.
As the suspect continued to
struggle with the officer
another officer deployed his
taser on the suspect to gain
control. according to a police

A 64-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested July 28 after
witnesses say he exposed him-
self while on the beach near
the Ahern Street access.

A 18-year-old Atlantic
Beach woman Ireported July
11 that her 40-year-old moth-
er chased her around their
residence with a machete for
not doing the dishes. Police
were called to the home in
the 100 block of Jackson Road
but neither the victim or sus-
pect were willing to cooperate
with officers and no charges
were filed, according to a
police report. -

Corey Bryan Lane, 26, of
Jacksonville was"arrested and
charged with possession ofa
controlled substance within
1000 feet of a convenience
store and aggravated assault
without intent to kill Aug. 1
in the 100 block of Penman
Road, according to 'a police
report. .
Joshua Arthur La-Moureax,

glovebox and then drove
The police report indicates
that affidavits are forthcom-
ing. /

Two Ponte Vedra residents
were charged with simple bat-
tery on July 28, according to a
police report. The charges
were filed following a. possible
traffic accident and subse-
quent incident in' parking
lot at Sawgrass Village.
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Robert Herman Eder Jr., 40,
was arrested and charged with
possession of cocaine and
possession of a controlled
substance July 26 in the 1200
block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.
Sungasses valued at $600
were reported stolen July 11
in the 70 Levy Road.

A window at a church was
reported broken by vandals
July 12 in the 100 block of
Sherry Drive.

A bank fraud was reported
July 19 in the 2200 block of
Alicia Lane.

A bank fraud was: reported
T. Q -1 -

july -8 in rne 3au Dlockroi
Sunrise Circle.

A businesses' vehicle and
equipment were reported
stolen and later recovered July
28 in the 500 block of
Atlantic Boulevard.

A bicycle valued at' $130
was reported stolen from,,a;
residence July 27 in the 1000
block of Buddy Crout Lane.
Jewelry valued at $1,460
was reported stolen from a
vehicle July 27 in the 1600
"block of First Street.

Three vehicles were report-
ed burglarized fuly 27 in the
1900 block of Strand Street.

Nicholas R. Lynker, 25, of
Ponte \edra Beach was arrest-
ed Aug. 1 and charged with
driving with a suspended or
revoked license as a habitual
traffic 'offender in the 6t00'
block iof7th Ave. S.. according
to a police report.
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Battery was reported Aug. 1
in the 400 block of Beach
Boulevard. The victim told
police he was walking down
the sidewalk at 12:19 a.m.
when he was approached by

19, of Jacksonville was arrest-
ed and charged with unautho-
rized possession of a driver's
license and possession of
cocaine July 31 in the 400
block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to a police report.

Brian Eric Widener, 20, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed and charged with posses-
sion of cocaine July 31 in the
400 b block, of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a
police report.
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Melissa Anne Mobley, 28, of
Neptune Beach was arrested
and charged with possession
of a controlled substance July
I31 iin the, 200 block of Oak
Street, according to a police

A burglary to a residence
was reported July 31 in the
1800 block of Hopkins Creek

/A burglary to a residence
was reported July 31 in the
500 block 'of McCollum
SCircle, : .' "

A'simple battery vas report-
ed July 31 in the 200 block of
Oleander Street.
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four unknown males. One of
the men asked the victim for
spare change. When he told
him he didn't have any, the
suspect struck him in the face
and fled south on 4th Street.
The victim suffered a cut lip,
and a broken tooth, police
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Battery was reported July 31
at the Comfort Inn hotel pool
in the 1500 block of 1st St. N.
A 5-year-old girl was swim-
ming in the pool when a
teenage boy approximately 13
to 14 years old kissed the girl.
on the forehead then kissed
Usher on the mouth with his
tongue, police said. The vic-
tim's grandmother saw the,
child crying by the pool's
waterfall and asked her what
happened. The little girl told
her and her grandfather
reported the incident to the
manager on duty. The boy
and two adults with him were
not registered guests with the
hotel, police said.
,A'stolen vehicle was recov-
ered July 31 in the first block
of 1st Street N. The victim
told police he put the keys to
his maroon 1994 Chevrolet
Suburban in a hat on -the
beach while he went surfing.
A witness observed two
unknown males looking into
cars in the 500 block of 1st St.,
N. where the car was parked.
The car was Later recovered
with the radio valued at $325

Stacy Anne Nagle, 41, of
lacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed July 30 and charged with
battery on a law enforcement
officer in the 1700 block of
The GreensWay, according to
a police report. The defendant
kicked and cursed at the offi-
cers, police said.
Aggravated battery was
reported luly 28 in the 100
block of 7th Ave. S. The vic-
tim told police he was chased
and beaten by a homeless
man who has repeatedly
harassed him in the past.
After engaging in a verbal
confrontation, the victim said
the man left but returned a
short time later and chased
him into an open garage on
7th Ave.,S. He lIft again but
suddenly .reappeared in 'the
intersection of 2nd Street. The
victim told police that the
suspect beat him with his
fists, cutting him over the
right ear and swiping at him
with a folding pocket knife.
cutting his right hand. The
suspect also stabbed the tire
and tube to prevent the vic-


tim from leaving, police said.

Aggravated battery was
reported July 30 at a billiards
room in the 1300 block of 3rd
St. S. The 23-year\old victim:
told police that hewas talking
to an unknown female when
he was struck in the right side
of his face with a beer bottle.
He received treatment at the
hospital to stop the bleeding
and repair the wound, police

Casey, Ryan Ward, 20, of.
Broken 'Arrow, Okla. was
arrested July, 28 and charged
With felony battery inflicting
great bodily harm in the 400
block of 1st St. N., according
to a police report. Ward was
involved in a fight that spilled
,into the street at 2:17 am.
after the bar closed, police

Five surfboards with a com-
bined value of $1,800 were
Reported stolen July 27 in the'
800 block of 9th Ave. S. The
victim toldipolice that he was
in the process of moving and
left the surfboards on his'
Front porch.

Grand theft was reported
July 27 in the 1800 block of
Eastern Drive. The victim told
police that 50 pieces of ium-,

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on the ordinance will be held on
August 7, 2006 at 7:00 pm at the
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ber valued at. $2,200 were
stolen from beside his fence.
Jennifer Renee Mackenzie,
22, of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested July 27 and charged
with child neglect involving a
3-year-old girl, according to a
police report.
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Phillip Deon Royal, 27, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrest-
ed July 27 and charged with
child neglect involving a 3-
year-old girl, according to a
police report.
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Manuel Reyes, 27, a tran-
sient, was arrested July 30 and
charged with trespassing on-a
posted construction site and
burglary to- an unoccupied
structure in fhe 1300 block of
1st St. N., according to a
police report.' A jogger passing
by heard the sound of glass
breaking and observed Reyes
near a construction trailer
with a shattered window.' The
witness held the defendant
until police arrived, police
James Carl Trucks III, 39, of
Neptune Beach was arrested
'July 29 and charged with bur-
glary to an unoccupied
dwelling in; the 200 block of
20th A\ve N., according to a
. police report.

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Wednesday, Aug. 2
Ribbon-cutting: The Pont
Vedra Beach Chamber ,o
Commerce will have a ribbon
cutting/grand opening ceremo
ny at 5:30 p.m. at the Nobi
Street School, 1356.Beach Blvd
(Beach Plaza), Jacksonvill
Beach. Call 285-2004 for inform

Beaches Watch:, Beache
Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in the
Community Room : of thi
Pelican Point Condominium
1901.1st St.,N., Jacksonville
Beach. The meeting is open t<
the public. For information, cal
513-9242 or visit www.beach

Summer, Scorcher FFiln
Series: The "Summer Scorcher'
Film Series will be held at 7 p.m
at'the Jacksonville Museum o
Modem Art, 333 N. Laura St.
Jacksonville. The box office
opens at 6 p.m., and seating is
limited. The cost is $5 for mem
bers and students, and* $7 fo:
non-members. Tonight's film i'
"The Beat. That My Hear
Skipped." Call 366-6911, exten
sion 214, for information.'

Thursday, Aug. 3
Beaches Democratic. Club
The Beaches Democratic Clul
will have a DEC central com
rmittee meeting :at Duva
Democratic Party Headquarters
6629 Beach Blvd., at 6:15 P.M.

American Legion: Ocear
Beaches American Legior
Auxiliary Unit 129 will meet a
7:30 p.m. at 1151 S. 4th St.
Jacksonville Beach. Member
are encouraged to bring a guest
For information, call 249-2266
or 242-0042.

Fleet Reserve: The Flee.
Reserve Association genera
assembly meeting will be held
at 8 p.m. at Branch 290, 39(
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach
All Navy, Marine Corps anc
Coast Guard members are invit

Friday, Aug. 4
Back-to-school orientation
S back-to-school orientation fo
students and tthfir parentss wil
be' held at Atlantic Beach
ElementaryJ from 2 to 3 p.mn
Registration for extended da)
after school care is 3 to 6 p.m
through Aug. 3, and 2 to 4 p.m
today. Call 247-5924 for inform

Steak Night: Fleet .Reserve
Association Branch 290 wil
have "Steak Night" from 5 to E
p.m. at the branch home, 39(
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach
The cost is $10. All Navy
Marine Corps and Coast Guarc
personnel, as well as the:public
are invited.

Saturday, Aug. 5
Pre-marital workshop
"Happily Ever After," a.pre-mar
ital workshop, will be held the
first Saturday of every montli
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p:m. ar
Ponte Vedra United Methodisi
Church, 35 Executive WVay
Ponte Vedra Beach. Call Viviar
Bowlus at 904-543-8856 or e.
mail bowlusg@bellsouth.net foi

Moose, Lodge: Moose Lodge
1558 will hold a membership
gala at 5 p.m. A free Italian buf
fet will be served, and everyone
is welcome. Call Melanie
Strongosky at ,651-3302 foi

Job seeker workshop: Chrisi
Episcopal Church is sponsoring
a 'free job seeker workshop al
the Christian Formatior
Center, Room 108, 400 San
Juan Drive, Ponte Vedra. Cal:

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Beaches Flotilla 14-4 offers "America's Boating Course" from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, at the Captains Club, 13363 Beach Blvd. (between Hodges and
Kernan). The program qualifies you for the Florida state boater's card. Call John Davis at 904-
821-9692 for information.

- 285-6127 'or e-mail
crhbeach@comcast.net for
information or to sign'up.

Sunday, Aug. 6
b Team in Training: A non-,
- obligatory information meeting
1 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma
, Society will be held at 2 p.m. at
the Beaches Branch Library's
meeting room, 600 Third St.,
i Neptune Beach. Visit
a www.teammntraining.org/nfl for
t information.

s Monday, Aug. 7
. Golf tournament: American
6 Legion Post l14's "Freedom
Golf Tournament" in support of
the USO will be held at the
t Palencia Country Club. Visit
1 www.usojax.org for informa-
d tion.

Wednesday, Aug. 9
1" Chamber Before Hours: The
- Ponte Vedra Beach Chamber of
Commerce will have "Chamber
Before Hours" at 7:30 a.m.i at
Elizabeth's Cafe, Sawgrass
: Village. Members and first-time
r g7ets ,are, e,, 285-2004'
1 for information ; 1 1 ni
S. Summer Scorcher Film
ry Series: The "Summer Scorcher"
.Film Series will be held at 7 p.m.
. at the Jacksonville Museum of'
- Modern Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville.; The box office
opens at 6 p.m., and seating is
e limited. The cost is $5 for mem-
I bers and students, and $7 for
S non-members. Tonight's film is
":"The Edukators.': Call '366-
.6911, extension 214, for:infor-

SSaturday, Aug. 12
Wakeboard tournament:
Hyperlite's "The Game" wake-
Sboard tournament will be held
: at 8 a.m. at Out Back Crab
- Shack, located: on Six-Mile
SCreek, off State Road 13, .15
Smiles 'north of St. Augustine.
t For more information, visit
t Aqua East Surf Shop' in
, Jacksonville Beach or St.
i Augustine, or call 246-2550.

r Bead slowi The Intergalactic
Bead Show will be held from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Aug.
S13' at' the Morocco Shrine
SAuditorium, 3800 St. Johns
Bluff Road S. Admission is $5
Today, and $4 Sunday free for
Children 12 and under). Visit
r www.BeadShow.com for class
information, directions and a
discount admission coupon, or
t .call 888-729-6904.

t Comedy performance: "Last
i Comic Standing" finalist
SMichele Balan will perform at 8
I "and 10:30 p.im. at the Atlantic

Theatres Comedy Club, 751
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach.
Tickets are $17.50. 249-7529. ,

Ballroom dancing: The
American Ballroom :' and
Contemporary Dance
Association will have a dance at
8 p.m. at Bolero's, 10131
Atlantic B1'd., with a live band.
Guest admission is $12. Call
246-2858 or 904-317-6618 for

SMonday, Aug. 14 '
i Movie Night:* "Classic
S(Adult) Movie Night" willN be
held at 5:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 Third St..
Neptune Beach. "U'nder the
Tuscan Sun" will be shown. Call
241-1141 for information.

Tuesday, Aug. 15
Yoga: Yoga for Breast Cancer
will be held from. 11 a.in.',to
12:30 p.m. at Cobalt Moon in
Neptune Beach. 631-8173.'

Wednesday, Aug.
,,ip, er Scqrcher ,Film.
Series: The "Summer Scorcher"
Film Series will be held at 7 p.m.
at the Jacksonville Museum of,
Modem Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville. The box office
opens at 6 p.m., and seating is
limited. The cost is.$5 for mem-
bers and students, and $7 for
non-members. Tonight's film is
"Crimson Gold." Call 366-
6911, extension 214, for infor-

Friday, Aug. 18 :
Reunion: The 1956 Class of
Fletcher High School will hold
its 50-year high school reunion
today and'Aug. .19 at 'the

Comfort Inn Oceanfront in
Jacksonville Beach. The cost is
$100 per person, not including
accommodations. Make checks
payable to Fletcher Class of '56,
1214 Forest Oaks Drive,
Neptune Beaci, Fla. 32266.,

Saturday, Aug. i19
SCBWI: ,The Society 'of
Children's Book Writers &S
Illustrators meets from, 1 to 3
p.mi. t the Southeast Regional
Library, 10599 Deerwood Park
Blvd., lackson\ille. Four local
children's writers will discuss
"How :to Plot Your Middle
Grade or Young Adult Novel."
The meeting is free and open to
the public. E-mail Janet Walter
at jgwalter@'comcast.net for

Sunday, Aug. 20
Jazz concert series: "Smooth
Sounds of Hot Summer Nights"
will be held from 5 to 9 p.m, at
the Sea Walk Pa1ilion. Jazz sax-
ophonist Euge Groove will per-
form. 24-l-6100, press 3.

Tuesday, Ag, 2
Making Strides: The Beaches
Making Strides Against Breast
Cancer will be held at at the
Sawgrass Beach Club in Ponte
Vedra. A social hour with cash
bar starts at 6 p.m., followedby
the program at 7 p.m. 249-
0022, extension 111..

Red. Hats: "Bottom' Dolla4
Girls" creator and author Karen
Gillespie will speak to Red Hat
Ladies and any other interested
women at p.m. at Books-a-
Millionr on M arsh ;Landing
Parkway. All ade welcome to
meet at Outback at 5:30 p.m.

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The City of Jacksonville Beach has received an applica-
tion (PC# 17-06) to amend the of Planned Unit Devel-,
opment: PUD Ordinance No. 7411, as amended, gov-:
erning the South Beach Regional Shopping Center, at
3790 South 3ra Street. The applicant proposes to amend
the PUD project narrative text by adding SIC Code 5211
(to the list of permitted uses within the K-Mart parcel in
that shopping center, to allow a Home Depot retail store.
The applicant also proposes to amend the approved
preliminary development plan for the PUD by modifying
the parking layout within the former K-Mart parcel, i
including changing certain angled parking to perpendicu-'


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A public hearing on this application is
scheduled as follows:
Jacksonville Beach Planning Commission
Monday, August 14,2006 -7:00 p.m.
The public hearing will be held on the date anrd time
listed abQve, in the Oity Council Chambers, located at 11
North 3r 'Street, Jacksonville Beach, Florida. This
application and other documents are available for public
review at the office of the Planning nd Development
Department, located atl11 iNorth 3a Street, Jacksonville
Beach, Florida, during normal business hours (M-F, 8am-
5pm). Pending the decision of the Planning Commission,
a public hearing will be scheduled and advertised for the
1 Reading of the PUD Amendment Ordinance by the
Jacksonville Beach City Council..
In accordance with Section 286.0105, F.S., any person
desirous of appealing any decision reached at this
meeting will need a record of the proceedings. Such
person may need a record of the proceedings, and, for
such purpose, such person may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
The public is encouraged to speak on issues on this
Agenda that concern them. Anyone who wishes to speak
should submit the request to the recording secretary prior
to the beginning of the meeting.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act
and Section 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with
disabilities needing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting should contact the Planning and Develop-
ment Department no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day
preceding the meeting.


First Wednesday Art Walk: The First Wednesday Art Walk
Downtown is held from 5 to 8 p.m. the first Wednesday of the
month. The event is free. Visit www.Downtownlacksonvllle.org
or call 634-0303 for information.
American Legion: American Legion Ocean Beaches Post 129
Sand Auxiliary Ocean Beaches Unit 129 meet at 7:30 p.m. the first
Thursday of the month at 1151 South Fourth St., Jacksonville
Beach. Call 249-2266 for information.

American Legion: American Legion Post 233, Ponte
Vedra/Palm Valley, 12 Wilderness Trail N. off Canal Boulevard,
meets the first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. Steak night is
Held every Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. for members and guests. Call
285-2484 for information.

Lions Club of PV: The Lions Club of Ponte Vedra Beach
meets the second and fourth Thursdays at noon at Aqua Grill in
S Sawgrass Village. Call Sue Hollis at 616-2681 for information.
Seniors By The Sea: Seniors By The Sea meets the second
Thursday of each month in the Fellowship Hall at Beach United
Methodist Church, Third Street and Seventh Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach, at 11 a.m., followed by lunch for $4.50. Call
241-7300.for information.
'Grief recovery: A Grief Recovery Support Group meets the
third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at St. Paul's Catholic
SChurch in library, 578 First Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. The
group is for those who are grieving the death of a family mem-
ber or friend. Call Margaret Lane at 280-0871 for information.
Persephone Healing Arts: Persephone Healing Arts Center,
S485 Sixth Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach, hosts an open house from
S5:30 to 7 p.m. the third Thursday of the month. The center will
also have an information booth at Organic Jungle, 13947 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, the third Saturday of the month. Call
246-3583 for information.
Jacksonville Singles Dance Club: The Jacksonville Singles
Dance Club meets from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday at the Knights of
Columbus Hall, 1501 Hendricks Ave. Admission is $8, or $7 for
Members. Call 779-1234 or e-mail jaxsinglesDC@,aol.com for

Recovery, Inc.: Recovery, Inc., a mental health support group,
meets at 6:30 p.m. Friday at St. Paul's Catholic Church's Family
Life Center, 578 First Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. 247-3299.

Senior tennis: Tennis for seniors is being offered at Huguenot
Tennis Center in Jacksonville Beach from 9 to 11 a.m. Friday.
SCall Moe at 247-6221 for information.

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Gertrude Elizabeth (Betsy)

Cooper Blum

Gertrude Elizabeth (Betsy) thE
Cooper Blum, of Jacksonville, Cc
died July 5, 2006' of a heart Da
attack, during a long struggle
with Alzheimer's. She was born' ue,
in La Porte City, IA, the daugh- tee
ter of the late Gertrude Lydia he
Kerr and Darwin B. Cooper. an
She graduated from Blum to
Northwestern University with a ,Sa
degree in Journalism, and and Harbour Islar
Sworked at Life Magazine in NYC In Santa Fe, she wa
'as a researcher and copy editor. the Wheelwright
She married Richard David in Harbour Island,
Blum, and together they had six of a group of worn
children: Mary Virginia Ruthven gift shop with pro(
of Jacksonvilje, Theresa Ann ing local unwed I
Grady of WVarrenton, NC, took a collection (
Margaret Elizabeth Groppo of orgamnzed them L
Sudbury, MA, Robert Cooper formal library on td
Blum of Dallas, TX, Katherine After relocating
Diane Meinen of St. Louis, MO Shores, Blum join
and the late Richard David Blum l. ewes Chapter of
Jr, Cancer Associatior
The children were raised in pated in a local lite
Dallas, TX, where Blum was by. working one
active in the community. As adults struggling
chair of the Park North YWCA'- read.
in 1969, she was instrumental in: In addition to
putting together a charity fash- Blum, her husband
ion show with fiany .f the and her five survive
wives of the Dallas Cowboys. Blum leaves her
Cowboy management was. Francis Boyson of 5
thrilled that for the first time the 10 grandchildren,
wives of black players were children, and nun
Asked to participate in the show and nephews.
along with the wives of white A Mass of Chnsti
players, according to reports. be celebrated at
One ,of the local newspapers Friday, Aug. 4 ii
described the event as "the first Catholic Church
time in a wide-scale social set- Beach with the Rev
ting blacks and whites worked'.. Meehan as Celebra
together for the overall good of In lieu of flower
their communityy" asks that donation
Blum served as president of' 'name be made tc
the Metropolitan YWVCA board Disease Researc
in 1971 where she continued Gateway Center D
working to eliminate, racism. 1950; Clarksburg,
She was instrumental in the ere- 1950.
action of the \VWCA \Women's Services under th
Resource Center and the devel- Quinn-Shalz Fune
opment of youth programs for 'Jacksonville Beach.
teenage girls. She also served on.

SHelen Catone:

Helen L. Catone, 93,. of
Atlantic Beach died on July 30,
'2006 at the Earl B. Hadlow
Center of Northeast Florida in.
Jacksonville. She was born oni
Jan. 5, 1913 in New York the
Daughter of the late Mathias ,G.
and Helen J..Pierce Gambon.'
Catone had been a resident
of Atlantic Beach since 1977
and a member of. St. John's
Catholic Church.' She is sur-'
vived by sons, Dick and
Tornimy' Catone, daughter,,
Marilyn Catone,-,sister, Grace
Cella, niece Rita Reseska, 13
grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren. She was preced-
ed in death by her husband
incent P. Catone and two
daughters. Helen and Patricia

Ted E. Carter Sr.

Ted. E. Carter, Sr., 67, of
Neptune Beach, died unexpect-
Sedly on July 28, 2006, with his
family by his side..A native of
Jacksonville, he was retired from
the automotive industry where
he was employed for many years
'as a salesman and later as man-
agement .with the- Coggin
Companies and the former
Parrish Volvo. He was a member
of the Masons, an avid bowler,
baseball fan, motorcyclist, and
Crossword enthusiast. He recent-
ly renewed his vows to celebrate
his ,30th year.of marriage to his
.ife, DeLon Carter.
Family members include his
wife, DeLon: his children,
Michael Dean (Karen), Linda D.
Terrell (Donald), Ted E. Carter Jr. :
(Beth), Joy. Carter Chalker
(Donald), Lora Carter Barone.
ICarminel; siblings, James Alvin
Carter Ilean), Jack Carter .Flora),
,Alma Carter Dees iB.\V.,.
Virginia Smith (Cecill; grand-'
children, Keri Ramirez. Jason
Ramirez, Brandy Barone, Jessica
Barone, Kassandra Barone,.
Hannah Chalker, Reghan
Chalker, John E.' Carter; and
many nieces and nephews. He
was predeceased by his sister,
Mary Murphy.
Funeral services wifl be held at
11 a.m. today, Wednesday, ,in ;
'Quinn-Shalz, A Fanily Funeral
Home with the Rev. Dr.: Gabe
Goodman officiating. In lieu of
flowers, memorials preferred to
Dreams Come. True', of
Jacksonville,6803 Southpoint
PkwyJacksonville, FL 32216.
Services under the direction-of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
3600 3rd St. S., Jacksonville

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take place at a later d
Atlanta. Memorial cor
tions may be made i
name to Community 'H
of Northeast Florida, Inc.
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Ellen Zipperer


Ellen Zipperer Gray, 99, of
Jacksonville died July 21, 2006.
She was a native of Savannah
and lived in Jacksonville most
of her married life. She had
been a member of Calvary
Baptist Church in Savannah.
She is preceded in death by her
husband, Fred Gray.
She is survived byherdaugh-
ter, Eleanor .Gray of
Jackson;ville; nieces and
nephews, Eddie J. Fahey, Marie
C. Fahey both of Savannah;.
Tom J. Fahey of Knoxville, TN;
Mary. Jane Brown, Doris Z.
Means. Dorothy Z. Kicklighter
all of Savannah and several
great nieces and nephews. ...
Funeral- arrangements are
incomplete and will be:
announced by Hubert C. Baker;
Funeral Home in Savannah;

Ronald Kacena


Ronald' G.
Kacena,. 56,
died Thursday,
July 27, 2006.
Born in
Chicago, he-
moved to:
Ponte Vedra in.
2002;. -;
Kacena had

,a great love and compassion
for everyone he. came in con-
tact with, according to family,
who said his gift of humor
was a joy and comfort no mat-
ter what the circumstances.
Family members include his
-wife, JoAnne; his five chil-
dren, Megan, Becky, Joe, Eric,
and Adam and sister Betty.
'isitation was Monday

evening at Quinn-Shalz
S Funeral Home. Mass of
Christian Burial was held
Tuesday in Our Lady Star of
the Sea Catholic Church with
nt will the Reverend' Daniel
ate in DePascale '. as 'celebrant.
itribu- Following the service, inter-
n her ment took place at Ponte
[ospice Vedra Valley Cemetery.
, 4266 Services under the direction.
nville,. of Quinn-ShaJz Funeral Home.
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Robert "Bob" Lyons, 58,
longtime resident of
Jacksonville Beach, died July
27, 2006 while vacationing in
Alaska, reeling. in The Big
Fish. Born in Los Angeles, the
son of Jean Lyons and the late
Ken Lyons, he was a decorated
veteran, serving two tours.as a
Marine in Vietnam. He earned.
a purple heart with'a gold star.
and several other honors. He
was an avid traveler, hunter,
and. fisherman, according to
family. .
He is survived by his wife of
22 years, Marti, two sons and
best friends Bobby and Erich,

SLaurent'"Larry" Pariseau, 69,
died, ori July 2, 2006 at St.
Vincent's Hospital.
He was born March, 13, 193.7
in Sherbrooke, Quebec, the son
,of Henri and Elianna Pariseau.',
He attended Sacred Heart
School in Sherbrooke, Quebec,
and moved to Sheldon in 1952,
where he farmed. He served in
the U.S. Army and later worked
for Great Atlantic Boiler Services
and Rigger & Erectors, Inc.,
which took him to Saudi Arabia,
St. CroLx, Virginia, and Florida.
He was known as a very car-
ing gentle person, according to
family. A longtime resident of
Neptune Beach, he regularly
walked the beach or at the dog
Spark with. his dog, Yukon.
He was predeceased by his
parents, a sister, Rachel, and spe-
cial friend lose Dion of
Montreal, Quebec.
He is survived by his sisters,
Georgette Kane of Essex,
Julienne Greenia and husband
Raymond of Burlington, Lucille
Bourbeauand husband Frank of
NMedway, Mass.; brother Francis
Pariseau and wife loan of
Enosburg Falls; numerous nieces
and nephews; and his friends,
Carlton and Carol Chadwick of
Neptune Beach.
The family would like to give
thanks to the wonderful staff at
St. Vincent's Hospital, who took
such good care of him, and the
incredible Neptune Beach
friends and neighbors who have
'been so caring. .
Memorial senices were held
at St. Vincent's Chapel.
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Sa daughter-in-la
his grandson i
Also left behind
sisters, Karen and
all-of their family
Visitation w
Tuesday from. 7
Home, 1701
Jacksonville B
Celebration of H
Wednesday, Aug
.a.m. in, the cl
funeral home.
Kelly will official
follow .at Beach

Memorial se'ric
friends will be hel
8 a.m. at the I
Street, Neptune
beach. Bring yo
leash as Yukon w

Robert G. Mille
Jacksonville Bea
August 1, 2006. I
Jacksonville ai
Andrew Jackson
He left school to g
his father died s
automobile accid
rupted his career

w, Stacy and
an, "Pookie",
Share his two
d Annette and



y. Charlotte, E. Wheeler, 89, for-
as held on merly of Neptune Beach, died
- 9 p.m. at Thursday, July 27,. 2006 at
is Funeral Regional Medical Center in
Beach 'Blvd., Hudson, FL... Born in
leach. A Jacksonville, she was an alum-.
[is Life will be nus of Florida State College for
gust 2, at 10 Women and moved to
chapel at 'the Gainesville where she owned
Fr. William and operated a Western Auto
te. Burial will Store. Returning to Neptune
hes Memorial .Beach in 1978, she was a mem-
ber of the Neptune Baptist
Church; a volunteer at Beaches
Baptist Hospital; and member of
qa .the Women's Club. A. A.U.W.,
Ponte Vedra Country Club, and
L' r longtime Newcomers' Club, all
es for Larry's of Jacksonville Beach. She
Id on Aug.13 at moved to Port Richey in 2006.
Foot of South She is survived by two sons,
Beach, on the- Dr.' Robert Wheeler of
ur dogs on a Lewisburg, WV .and Steve
ill be present. Wheeler of New Port Richey;
'one daughter, Jean Hayes of.
Miller West Palm Beach; five grandchil-
dren and five great-grandchil-
r, Sr., age 90, of dren. The memorial service will
ich, died on be at the Neptune Baptist
He grew up in Church in Neptune Beach on
nd attended Friday, Aug. 4, at 10 a.m.
High School. Interment will take place at
go to work after Restlawn Memorial next to her
uddenlv in an late husband, Clyde. Thomas B.
lent. He -inter- Dobies Funeral Home (877) 769-
to enlist in the 7555 is handling arrangements.

U.S. Navy and saw action in
World War II. He returned home
and started his own sign busi-
ness, becoming one of the first
to make neon signs. He formed
Miller Brothers, a lawn sprinkler
business, from which he retired
at age 62. He served on the
Planning Commission for the
City of Jacksonville Beach.
He was preceded in death by
his wife of 54 years, Marjorie
Alice (Wilkinson), and his three
brothers, Frank B. Miller, John
(Jack) Miller, and G. Shannon
Miller. He is survived by his
three children, Robert Miller, Jr.,
Linda Moore and her husband
Drew, and Douglas Miller and
his wife Jane; five grandchildren
and four great grandchildren.
Services will be private.
Memorials may be made to
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, Inc, in
Jacksonville. Arrangements by
Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home
m Jackson-ille Behch'." '

Joycelin Wilson:

Joycelin Ayers Wilson, 79 of
Jacksonville Beach died on July
30, 2006. She was born in
Daytona Beach on April 30,
1927 the daughter of the late
John and Maxine Ayers. She
attended Florida State College
for Women and Duke
University. She met and married
the late Nathan H. Wilson.
She is survived by five daugh-
ters, Pamela, Cynthia, Holly and
Amy Wilson and Susan Mayer
and three grandchildren,
Natalie, Alex and Christopher
Mayer. In addition to her hus-
band she was preceded in death
by a son Michael Edward
Wilson. Services will be.private.
Arrangements provided by
Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home
in Jacksornille'Beadhi"





The City of Neptune Beach pro-
poses to adopt the following


SEC. 27-227. SPECIAL

A final read and public hearing
on the ordinance will held on
August 7, 2006 at 7:00 pm at the
City Hall Council Chambers, 116
First Street, Neptune Beach, FL

Robert "Bob" Lyons

Laurent 'Larry" Parise

EA CH Ponte Vedra Leader


* Wedding (right)
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* Education briefs
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Retired lifeguard Bill Horn of Jacksonville Beach holds a.vintage Waiters "torpedo" buoy he restored and Used in Saturday's 73rd
annual Meninak Ocean Marathon Swim. Horn had the words "In loving memory of Missy McMahan" inscribed on the buoy..

Nurse memory buoys lifeguard at

Saturday Meninak Ocean Swim


'Bill Horn is a mainstay at the annual .' ''
Aleninak 9cean Marathon because of the 'i
.,pride he'has in being a 20-year member of the- ,l .
historic American ..Red Cross Life Saving .
Corps. t
Saturday the acksonville Beach resident
swam the 3.5-mile event for another reason: "'
In memory of his wife's late friend, Melissa
"Missv" chfcMahan.
A Beaches native and a 1988 Fletcher High
School graduate, McMahan died of a brian .
aneurysm on Jan. 13. She was 34. '
Horn competed in Saturday's race towing a "' '. *) .
vintage, red-and-white Walters buoy that once
belonged to McMahan's great uncle, James F. ,
Howard, who captained the ARC Life Saving. i.-.. .
Corps in 1939.
McMahan's mother, Theresa of Neptune,
Beach, gave Horn the buoy in January after., .
her daughter was. laid to rest at Beaches ..
Memorial Park. '
Horn's wife, Karry, went to high school and -..... ;' .
nursing school with Missy McMahan. Both .l : ;';.
women also worked together in the pediatric
oncology department at \Volfson Children's -'''- .
Hospital. ,.
Horn, the chief flight nurse at Baptist .
Medical Center, spent this past spring and pnilo submtted
most of the summer restoring the three-cham- Melissa "Missy" McMahan died Jan.
ber buoy to mint condition. 13. She was 34.
"It was gun-metal gray when I got it," Horn
said after Saturday's annual ocean swim, a lifeguard-only event trauma care.
where participants are required to tow either a plastic or metal Prior to her untir
life saving buoy., agencyy room nurse a
"This thing will hold five people'[in the water]. It's air tight." At Baptist Medical
Henry W. Walters, an early member of the nearly century-old .crew aboard Life Flil
ARC Life Saving Corps, invented the torpedo-shaped buoy in Said Theresa Mc)
1919, supplanting the early ring buoy. nursing."'

Vaulters had the invention patented,
and the device became official Red Cross
equipment in 1935.
"The Corps went to the plastic buoys in
,1998," said Horn, who had the restored
V"alters buoy restrurig ust days beo6'ie
Saturday's race.
As a finishing touch, Horn had the-
words "In loving memory of Missy
McMahan" inscribed on one side of the
buoy, just above the Walters patent.
"It's been in my family for many years,"
said Theresa McMahan about the buoy,
which was passed down to her by her par-
"Bill is ver' serious about the Corps.
That's why we gave it to him."
Horn said he plans to use the Walters
buoy again next year as a way to keep the
history of the Corps alive and also to pre-
serve McMahan's memory.
A former Miss Fletcher runner-up,
McMahan was a gifted dancer, having
toured with Disney in Japan and
She graduated from nursing school in
May 2000, and was formerly employed by
Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery Center and
Beaches Surgery Center.
She is survived by her parents, Theresa
and Bill McMahan of Neptune Beach,
three siblings and a grandmother, Mary
Pauline McMahan of Jacksonville.
Like Horn, McMahan had a passion for.

nely death, McMahan worked as an emer-
t Shands Jacksonville.
I Center, Horn flies as part of a three-person
ght, an air ambulance.
:Mahan: "Missy's love was always trauma

photo submitted
Rabbi Shalom Hammer will speak Saturday, Aug. 5, on the cur-
rent crisis in Israel at Chabad @ the Beaches.

Rabbi to address crisis in

Israel Saturday at Chabab

Ratbbi Shalom Hammer will
speak about the current crisis
in Israel on Saturday, Aigust
5, at Chabad @' the Beaches.
Hammer is a former mem-
ber of the Israel Defense
Forces ilDFi and the IDF
Rabbinate, according to a
press release from Chabad @
the Beaches,
.In his.lecture, Hammer will'
address such questions as, "Is
israel's responsejustified... and
where does Israel go from
"Rabbi Shalom Hammer is
one of the outstanding young
.educators and scholars in
Israel," said Rabbi Nochum-
Kurinsky, director of Chabad

@ the Beaches..
He has "an outstanding
knowledge of Judaism and
practical knowledge of the ;
modern world" along with an.
ability to communicate with
audiences, said Kurinsky.
The lecture will begin at
9:30 p.m. following a brief
end of the Sabbath ceremony.
SThe cost of the lecture is
$36 with advance registration.
'Registration can be done
online at www.chabadbeach- ..
es.com or by calling 285-1588.
Chabad @ th Beaches at 521
AIA N in Ponte Vedia.
"W\e have been planning
this for sometime now, it
.couldn't be a better time for
him to come to speak," said
Kurinsky. :

14 Nease students qualify

for National Merit program

Fourteen Nease students
met. the requirements last
school year to qualify for the
2007 National : Merit
Scholarship Program. The .14
were among the 50,000 high-
est-scoring participants, from
among 1.4-million program'
entrants, on last year's
Preliminary Scholastic
Aptitude Test/National Merit
Semifinalists Qualifying Test
Of those 50,000, 16,000 stu-
dents will be named National
Merit Program Seminfinalists,

representing the top scorers in
each state, and the other
34,000 will be commended for.
their PSAT/NMSQT perform-
ance. Semifinalists in the 2007
program and commefided stu-
dents will learn of their stand-.
ing in September.
The Nease qualifiers, in
alphabetical order, are
Constance Ables, Kellie.
Crowthers, Jonathan
Gendzier, Bradford ,Howick,.
Megan Lineberry, Katherine
McMullan, Shannon O'Reilly,
.Kathleen O'Linn, Marissa.
,Pielstick, Carol Skordas, Sonia
Sood, Ian Svilokos, Kathryn
Walton and Shan Wang.

Flower everyhere O'Brien 's kitchen

O ne of Ellen O'Briens's
most treasured posses-
sions is a 100-year-old
wooden rolling pin that
belolrged to her grandmother,
Ellen Donachy McNulty, who
was born in Ireland. .
When she was 12, McNulty.
was sent to work as a scullery
maid in the mansion of an
English lord,-scrubbing, Wash-
ing and cleaning in the
Her apprenticeship paid off.
By age 18, McNulty was a
cook at the mansion.
McNulty eventually emi- .
grated to America, raising a
family that included O'Brien's
mother, Anne McNulty Boyle.
Boyle and her husband had
five children, Ellen being the
second oldest. The family
lived on Long Island, N.Y.
O'Brien, a Ponte Vedra resi-
dent for 13 years, said her
mother, who inherited the
rolling pin before her, made
all of her baked goods from


scratch, such as breads, cook-
ies, cake, pies, biscuits, and
Often on rainy days,
O'Brien said, all her siblings
would help their mother
make doughnuts, each
assigned a particular task,
such as filling the doughnuts
with jelly.
O'Brien fondly recalled a
childhood where "flour was
everywhere" in the kitchen.
O'Brien said she first began
cooking seriously when she
lived in a small Manhattan
apartment on 85th Street.
Her travels abroad and an
abundance of specialty shops
in New York inspired her to
explore different cuisines.
After moving to Colts Neck,
NJ., following her marriage.

to her husband, Ray, she host-
ed dinner parties for three
Weekends in a row, invited 50
guests at a time to her home.
O'Brien prepared all the
food for the parties, taking
care of all the little details
herself, including ordering
flowers for the tables.
'A variety of desserts or
breads, all made from scratch,
were always' served, among
them Almond Pound Cake,
Irish Soda Bread (her grand-
mother's recipe, or Apple
Pies, using her grandmother's
rolling pin to roll out the
O'Brien serves Macaroni
and Cheese with baked ham
at large parties.
.She adds cayenne pepper
and a cup of brandy to the
cheese sauce for two pounds
of macaroni to give the casse-
role a unique flavor.
She bakes a large amount in
several deep covered casserole
dishes in order to replenish
the buffet table.
Early in the morning on

the day of part', O'Brien
begins baking the breads and
She bakes her Almond
Pound Cake shortly before,
guests arrive so that the deli-
cate fragrance of the baking
cake fills the house.
The cake is most delicious
when served fresh from the
O'Brien changed a recipe
for lemon pound cake using
almond flavor and additional
butter and cream cheese to
make a moister cake. Almond
extract, almond paste, and
Amaretto liquor give the fin-
ished cake just the right
amount of almond flavor, she

The following are Ellen
O'Brien's recipes for Almond
Pound Cake and Baked
Macaroni and Cheese.


Ellen O'Brien of Ponte Vedra Beach with her Almond Pound
Cake and her family treasure: a 100-year-old rolling pin.



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Aimee and Ivan Dunham


Aimee Rockwood and Ivan
Dunham .were married on
Friday, May 5, at Cotuit Beach
on Cape Cod, Mass.
A reception was held July 1.4
at Selva Marina Country Club
in Atlantic Beach..
The bride is the daughter of
Rocky and Michele Rockwood
of Neptune Beach. She is a
graduate of the University of
Florida with a degree in aft his-
tory. She is employed by the
Frame Shop in Hyannis, Mass.
The groom- is the son of
Shirley Dunham of

Jacksonville Beach and Chris
and Rachel Dunham of Laguna
Hills, Calif. He is employed by
Scotts Lawn Services as a
regional market manager.
.. Attending the reception were
Alex Dunham of Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunham of
Denver, Kim Hardy of
Gainesville and Paige Hardy of
Cambridge, Mass.
The groom's parents hosted a
yacht cruise on the Intracoastal
The couple will reside in
Marstons Mills, Mass.

60th Anniversary
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The Ducketts

June and Alton Duckett cele-
brated their 60th wedding
anniversary with a party at
their Ponte Vedra Beach home.
The couple were married on
July 6, 1946, in Charlotte, N.C.
Joining them in celebrating
the milestone was the couple's

.daughter, Debbie (Richard)
Harris of Orange Park and. their
son, Alton (Debbie) Duckett of
Jacksonville Beach.
The Dcuketts have two
grandchildren, Angela (Ryan)
Stayne and Holly Duckett.

Army Spec. Thomas J.
Brown has graduated from
Basic Combat Training at Fort
Knox, Ky.
During the nine-week train-
ing period, Thomas received
instruction in drill and ceremo-
ny, weapons, rifle marksman-
ship and bayonet training,
chemical warfare, field training
and tactical exercises, armed
and unarmed combat, military
courtesy, military justice, physi-
cal fitness, first aid, and Army
history, traditions, and core valid'
Brown graduated in 2000
from Fletcher High School, and
received a bachelor's degree in
2005' from Embry-Riddle
Aeronautical University in
Daytona Beach.
Air Force Airman lyler G.
Barker has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate degree
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
i B i is. .fte son ot, ~jr.,
Barker o Netune Beach.
He is a 2003 graduate of.
Fletcher High School.
Army National Guard Sgt.
Terry L. Darr Jr. has arrived in
Iraq at a forward operating base
to support the mission of
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The servicemember will pro-
vide security in the theater of
operations for the next 12
months. Army National Guard:
and some Reserve troops from
various states and units have
deployed to augment or replace
troops serving in Iraq.
Operation Iraqi Freedom is
the official name given to mili-
tary operations involving mem-
bers of the U.S. armed forces and
coalition forces participating in
efforts to free and secure Iraq.
Darr is a power generation
equipment repairer with 14
years of military service.
He is the son of Terry L. Darr
Sr. of Neptune Beach, and Tonda
L. Norris of Middleburg. ,
He graduated in 1991 ,from
Fletcher High School, and
received an associate degree in
2001 from Brookdale
Community College in Lincroft,
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael
C. Hollandsworth has been
named the 7th Logistics
Readiness Squadron's. Senior

Airman Tyler G. Barker
Noncommissioned Officer of
the quarter.
Selection was based on the
individual's exemplary duty per-
formance, job knowledge, lead-
ership qualities, significant self-
improvement, specific achieve-
ments, notable accomplish-
ments, and community service
and support.
Hollandsworth, a cargo termi-
nal manager with 16 years of
military service, is stationed at
Dyess A Force Base, Abilene,
He is the son of Bob and
Adelaide Hollandsworth of
Onley, Va.
His wife, Linette, is the daugh-
ter of Joseph Wendricks of
p.,S.e ,Beach, and Judith
Pekaiek of Athelstane. Wis.

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The Beaches School is NOW ENROLLING 4-year-olds* for Florida's FREE
Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten program. The state-funded program is designed to:

* Introduce beginning rnath, reading,
language, and science lessons
* Adjust children to the format of school
and paying attention in class

* Develop social skills through interaction
with their peers
* Help identify and address any special
learning needs a child may have

The Beaches
"" Challenging Minds-Achieving Potential

The Red School House Preschool Program
419 5th Avenue N., Jacksonville Beach

K 8th Grade
2049 Florida Boulevard, Neptune Beach

*Child must be 4 years old by Septemnber 1, 20)6 and residing in Florida.

Also N ow Enrlling K-8th Grade

Now enrolling for the 2006-2007 school year
*'ADD/Struggling Students
Learning Disabilities
Small Classes
Certified Teachers
McKay Scholarship accepted

1356 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
(904) 803-3260 www.n6blestreet.org

Attention all 4 9t grade girl?!!

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anc learn about the Jestinq
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Register now for 'Des+in4 G;rlr' at

Christ the Redeemer Church!

Fall classes meet wee ly @ 7pmw starting Aug. 1 41
$12 "Early Bird" registration fee until Aug. 6';
: ,15 following
To register and for more info go to:
(anidc L ,"Yqit.i",then ",D)stify, GicJs") .., ; ,,
or cal Ms. Shannon at the cli'urhl office
285-8009 x 40

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Ponte Vedra Athletic Association

S PVAA Fall Baseball


Registration will be at the Cornerstone Park Pavillion
(behind New Beginnings Baptist Church)

August 12th 10:00am 2:00pm
August 13th 1:00pm 3:00pm
Now through August 20th, at Play it Again Sports
during regular business hours.
S H our web site www.pvaabaseball.com
Ages 5 15 (by April 30th, 2007)

$90.00 per player

Q Need more information? Call: Pat Dowd 251-5103
Or email pdowd@pvaa.org

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Back to School with BEAM volunteers Charlisa Taylor, Baleshia Rollins and Toya Smith work on
posters at the Donner Park summer camp with Mayor Don Wolfson of Atlantic Beach. The event
was held Saturday at Beaches United Methodist Church in Jacksonvillb Beach.


Before removing an Almond Pound
cake is done.

Cake from thepan, Ellen O'Brien checks to make sure the

Recipes: Baked Macaroni & Cheese

Cont. from A-8
Almond Pound Cake
2 sticks of lightly salted
four oz. cream cheese
one-half tsp. salt
one and one-half cups
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one and three-quarters cui
S King Arthur all-purpose
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. vanilla extract
2 tsp. almond extract
one-third cup almond
paste, tightly packed
one-third cup Amaretto
liquor, optional
5 large eggs
Preheat oven to 350 degree
and grease and flour a bundt
In a medium size mixing
bowl, beat together the crearr
cheese and butter until soft
and fluffy, using medium
speed for approximately 5
minutes. Add salt and sugar
and beat again at medium
speed for another five min-
In the meantime, put the
almond paste in a Cuisinart
with the metal blade and
shred until it becomes a pow-
der. The consistency of the
almond paste should mix eas
Iv with the cream cheese/but
ter mixture. Add the almond
paste to the mixture and beal
for 5 minutes.
Add the flour and baking
powder to the mixture, beat
for five minutes. The batter

will be a little stiff.
Add the vanilla, almond
extract, and Amaretto to the
mixture, beat for another 5
minutes. Continue to add the
eggs, one at a time, beating
well and scraping the sides
and bottom of the bowl after
each addition When done,
.-- -.th batter-wiill be I,', f'lfl Y' -

Spoon batter into prepared
bundt pan. Bake for 60 min-
utes or until cake tested
inserted in the center comes
out clean. Remove from the
bundt pan immediately onto
a cooling rack.
Note: 2 T lemon extract
can be substituted for the
almond flavor, or leave out all
s flavoring except the vanilla.
Baked Macaroni and

1 stick of lightly salted
9 T Wondra flour
1 qt. of milk
one-eighth tsp. freshly
grated nutmeg
pinch of cayenne pepper
1 cup Brandy
6 (8 oz.) pkgs. Cabot extra
sharp white cheddar cheese
2 Ibs. macaroni
Shred the cheese in a
Cuisinart mixer, using the
S shredding blade.
In a medium-large pot, melt
the butter and add the flour.
Stir until smooth, over medi-
um flame, add the milk.

SKeep stirring and add the
nutmeg and cayennepepper,
then the Brandy. Miand
heat the ingredients for 5 to
10 minutes. Gradually add the
cheese in parts, constantly
stirring until the cheese is
completely melted. Turn off
the flame or remove from
In the meantime, boil water
and add the macaroni. Watch
closely and cook it until half
done, don,t cook until too
soft. Rinse in warm water and
place in deep casserole dishes
(4 to 5 inches deep) about
two-thirds full. Add the sauce
and mix until all the maca-
roni is covered; it should be a
little soupy.
(Since the casseroles bake
for 2 hours, it is very impor-
tant to not overcook the mac-
aroni before mixing with the
sauce. The casserole should be
very wet and soupy when
everything is mixed together
before baking.)
Cover the deep casseroles
and bake in a preheated oven
at 350 degrees for two hours.
At about the hour and 45
minute mark, take off the
cover and let the surface
brown to golden. Serve imme-
Note: This can be prepared
days in advance, as the
brandy acts as a preservative.
Do not cook before the day it
will be served, just keep in the
refrigerator not the freezer.
Bring to room temperature
before baking.

staged at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Books-A-Million, 738 Marsh
Landing Parkway, Jacksonville
Beach. Call 273-8055 for infor-
Kindermusik and playday
classes Tuesday to Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth to age. 7. For'
Kindermdsik, a music and,
movement program for all
ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 months..old and
includes parachute play, climb-
ing and musical activities.
Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is free. Call 249-3828
for information or visit
of the Jacksonville Public
Library, 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach also has children's activ-
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Tedd Arnold, author and illustrator of more than 50 children's books, speaks to children during a visit to the Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library last week.

Nease High marching band begins

fall season with a new director

Nease High School's Panther
Pride Marching Band is kicking
off its fall season with a five-
day band camp. this week
under the direction of its new
band director, Michael
Johnson, hired just days ago.
A former University of
Florida drum major, Johnson
begins his duties implement-
ing the fall marching show
chosen by his predecessor,
Nease's former band director
SMadeline Huffman, who
recently vacated her position
at Nease after accepting the
band director's position at
Mandarin High School.
Nease band members, now
numbering nearly 70, had
already begun memorizing the
show music over the summer,
so Johnson determined it
should remain in place.
He plans to inject his own
style, however, to the success-

ful group.
Formerly band director at
Bradford High School in
Starke, and nominated for
Who's Who Among America's
Teachers, Johnson brings years
of experience as a clinician and
adjudicator [judge] at competi-
tions throughout the state,
and he plans to recruit more
members and enlarge the col-
orguard for more visual punch
to the half-time show.
Joining him to instruct the
Nease band during camp and
throughout the marching sea-
son is his staff of experienced
clinicians, some of whofi' Haave
taught drum corps at the
national level.
Eager to meet all his new stu-
dents, Johnson had heard of
Nease's reputation as superior-
rated marching and concert
Last fall, the marching band
earned superior and excellent
ratings in district adjudication

Last winter, the concert
band achieved all superiors at
district band, and superior and
excellent marks at its first-ever
appearance at state adjudica-
tion last spring.
Nease's marching band camp
began with two 11-hour days
Friday and Saturday, continu-
ing with a full day Monday,
and two full afternoon
rehearsals on Tuesday and
Wednesday, concluding with a
free public exhibition on
Wednesday, August 2, at 7 p.m.
at the football stadium.
' th'e bind will perfoim a por-
tion of the halftime show
learned at camp, under the
feld direction of drum major,
junior Emily Jacobson.
Johnson anticipates a highly
successful marching season at
Nease this fall, including two
competitions and a full season
of halftime shows for the Class
4A state-champion football

team. What he may not real-
ize, however, is that if the foot-
ball team continues its success,
Johnson's first marching sea-
son with Nease could also be a
very long one.
Nease Band Boosters Inc. is
an organization made up of
parents whose children partici-
pate in the Nease High School
Band programs, including but
not limited to the Panther
Pride Marching Band and
Color Guard, the Nease
Concert Band, and the Nease
Jazz Band.
The main objective of the
Band Boosters is to provide' all
of the Nease Bands, including
the students and staff, the help
and assistance needed to pro-
mote quality music education
and training through volun-
teer services and financial sup-
port by fundraising to assist in
expenditures not provided by
the school. For details, call
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Start, end times given
Starting and ending times for St. Johns
Count' public schools for the school year
that starts Aug. 4 are similar to last year's
For Ponte Vedra-Palm Valley Rawlings
Elementary, students will have access to
school at 7:30 a.m. and class begins at 7:55
a.m. School lets out at 2:10 p.m.. 1 p.m. on
Ocean Palms Elementary students can
access school at 7:40 a.m. and class begins
at 7:55 a.m. School is out at 2:10 p.m., 1
p.m. on Wednesdays.
Students at Landrum Middle School
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the school at 8:15 a.m. School is out at 3:30
Class at Nease High School begins at 8:30
a.m., and students have access at 8 a.m.
Last period ends at 2:57 p.m.
The purpose of the early release time
every Wednesday for elementary students
is to provide teachers and staff with regular
training and professional development
Landrum and Nease will have early

release days as follows: Aug. 25, Sept. 22
and Jan. 30 for Strategic Plan implementa-
tion, and Oct. 19 and March 12 for teacher

Open houses are Aug. 3
All St. Johns County District schools will
have an open house Aug. 3 from 8 a.m. to
noon for parents and students to meet
teachers and visit their classrooms.
At Nease High School, a new student ori-
entation begins with a presentation at 9
.m., followed by visits to classrooms.

Parents' right to refuse
Parents and guardians of students in the
St. Johns County School District and adult
students have the right to refuse to have
personal information released during the
school year.
Persons wishing to exercise this right
should respond in writing within 10 days
requesting that personal information with
respect to the adult student or pupil under
age 18 not be published.
This would include the student's name,

address, telephone number, date and place
of birth, major field of study, participation
in officially recognized activities and
sports, weight and height of members of
athletic teams, dates of attendance, degrees
and awards received, and the most recent
educational agency or institution previous-
ly attended by the student.
The school district does not publish an
annual directory, but many schools publish
directories for student and parent use.
Parents and adult students also can
decline the use of any photographs or
videos for public use or transmission.
Anyone with objections to his or her
-child appearing in a photo or video for
public view should notify the child's school
or the St. Johns County School District in
care of Tom Schwarm, director of Student
Services, 40 Orange Street, St. Augustine,
32084. If a written response is not received,
it will be assumed that permission is grant-
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Sports Briefs
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Panthers begin preparing for football season

It was an early start for Nease
High football players this week
as preseason football practices
officially began Monday at
7:30 a.m. Players underwent a
series of agility and condition-
ing drills and got a head start
on learning the Panthers'
extensive playbook.
Nease, under the direction of

head coach Craig Howard, will
seek to defend the Class 4A
state title it won last December
in Miami.
While a number of key play-
ers are gone, a solid nucleus of
that championship team
remains and its offensive phi-
losophy is intact: Score early,
score often, then score more.

Cooney dominates Meninak Ocean Marathon

Cleve Cooney continued his
dominance at Saturday's annu-
al Meninak Ocean Marathon
Swim, winning for the second
consecutive year and for a

record eighth time overall.
The former Atlantic Beach
resident never trailed in the
3.5-mile, point-to-point swim,
crossing under the finish ban-
ner in 1 hour, 12 minutes and
48 seconds.
Cooney, 39, bested a field of

Cleve Cooney, 39, won Saturday's 73rd annual Meninak Ocean
Marathon Swim for the second consecutive year. Cooney set
the event's course record (63 minutes) in 1990.

48 in the lifeguard-only event
for members of the American
Red Cross Life Sating Corps of
Jacksonville Beach.
The 73rd annual swim,
sponsored by the Meninak
Club of Jacksonville, began at
the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
and terminated in front of the
Jacksonville Beach lifeguard
"It was very crowded the
first mile," said Cooney, who
last year set the record for the
most wins.in event history.
"There were at least four
others around me. I finally got
my rhythm, but I could feel
[runner-up] Art [Naidzich]..He
was a lot closer than I
Naidzich 173:53j finished 65
seconds behind Cooney. He
beat third-place finisher Joey
Civello 174:591 by 64 seconds.
Chrissy \allis was the first
female in 84:03. Katie
Engmann was second (87:341
and 15th overall.
"This year, I had a good
base," added Cooney, who
placed fifth overall at Swim
Around Key West, a 12 5-mile
open-water event held in June.
"I did that in 5 hours and 14
minutes. This [Saturday's race]
is like a sprint."
Cooney, who first won the
Meninak swim in 1987, trains
year round in Orlando, where
he works for a film production

company and sells real estate.
His other Meninak wins
came in 1990, '94, '95, '01, '02
and '05. A former Selva Marina
Country Club swimmer,
Cooney set the existing
Meninak course record 163
minutes) in 1990.
"He'll be winning these for
years to come," said veteran
lifeguard Bill Horn, who fin-
ished fourth overall Saturday in
"I've never won. I've been
second three times, once to
Cleve. He's an incredible com-
Saturday was Cooney's 21st
time competing in the race. It
was Horn's 20th. The late
Henry Woods swam a record 32
Meninak events between 1938
and 1979.
Retired lifeguards and
ARCVLS Corps board members
Sean O'Brien and Jeff Goldstein
have the most swims to date,
with 31 and 26, respectively.
Goldstein, the Corps' med-
ical director, was 30th Saturday
in 124:54. O'Brien, the Corps'
treasurer, was 45th in 138:22.
Tom Byerly, who joined the
Corps in the winter of 1960, was
Saturday's oldest competitor.
Michael \Valding 17th,
95:40) was the first finisher
among the 20-member recruit
class for 2006.
The event is mandatory for
new recruits but optional for

Katie Engmann, a 2006 Fletcher High School graduate, was the
second female to finish the 3.5-mile swim and the 15th lifeguard

active and retired lifeguards.
Current lifeguard captain
Thom Wright was 12th overall
in 84:49. Josh Langley, the 2nd
registrar, was sixth 180:34) and
Barrett Phifer 183:48) was
Horn (Class of 19871 was one
of five veterans who cracked
the top 10 Saturday.
Mike Lerian '89), a former
two-time winner, finished fifth

in 78:09. Corey Wright ('97)
was seventh in 82:01. Wallis
('981 was 10th.
"It shows pride in the organ-
ization," said Horn, a
Jacksonville Beach resident.
"And it takes expenence and
cunning to know how to use
the current to your advantage.
"It's a competitive event, but
we're all family at the end of
the day."

Practice gets serious

as Jaguars don pads


lackson\ille Jaguars training
camp turned senous Monday
night as players donned pads
for the first time and participat-
ed in' some spirited "Okla-
homa" drills that pit an offen-
sive lineman, a defender and a
running back in full-contact
Rookie running back Maurice
Drew-lones had a number of
carries in the Oklahoma drills
and also had the vociferous
support of the 3,109 fans who
turned out at the Alltel Stadium
practice fields.
"It's good to get some contact
and good to have fans here to
see it." said Jones-Drew. "I
think the crowd kind of got us
going tonight."
After only three days of
camp, Jaguars head coach Jack
Del Rio likes what he sees from
the team's offense. I
"I think that offensively, this
is the best start we've had in
training camp in four years -
so that's positive," he said. "I
think you can see the work
that's being put in, the devel-
opment of some of our young
players, in particular on

offense, and that's exciting for
the Jaguars."

I think offensively, this
is the best start we've
had in training camp in
four years so that's
positive. I think you can
see the work that's being
put in, the development
of some of our young
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Jack Del Rio ,
Jaguars head coach

Already emerging as positive
forces on offense are Jones-
Drew and fellow rookie
Marcedes Lewis. Both players
UCLA alums and Lewis, a tight
end, has demonstrated great
hands to go along with a com-
manding 6'6", 265-pouiid tar-
get for quarterback Byron
In seven-on-seven drills

Monday evening, Jones-Drew
broke two big runs and show-
cased his speed and elusiveness
in darting from the line of
The Oklahoma drills saw the
offense winning nine of 10
matchups, but stalwart defend-
ers lohn Henderson, Marcus
Stroud and Mike Peterson did
not participate.
"I think what \you look for is
competitive spirit and how a
guy responds," Del Rio said of
the heated collisions. "I think it
energizes practice for the first
time putting on pads, every-
body is excited to hit. It's a
good way to start."
On the injury front, veteran
running back Fred Taylor con-
tinues to participate in light
drills with the other ball carri-
ers but is limited by a strained
hamstring that he tweaked the
Thursday before training camp
opened. Strong safety Donovin
Darius is running at full speed
as he seeks to recover from last
season's knee injury.
SDarius tore the anterior cruci-
ate ligament in his left knee in
the second game last season,
spent the rest of the year on
injured reserve, and had to
watch from the sideline as the

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Wide receiver Khalil Hill (81) catches a touchdown pass Monday night in front of defensive back
Chris Roberson during Jaguars training camp on the practice fields at Alltel Stadium.

Jaguars' secondary surrendered
15 touchdowns over the final
eight games.
"I can see where I was missed
last year in some areas," Darius
said Sunday. "And I would
hope that my return would be
very important to our team's

In other Jaguars news, veteran
defensive end Paul Spicer signed
a one-year contract extension
with the team through the 2008
season. While terms were not
announced, Spicer was set 'to
make $1.25 million this season

and $1.5 million in 2007.
Practices continue through-
out the week in preparation for
Saturday's mock game at 10 a;m.
inside AUtel Stadium. Preseason
games begin Saturday, Aug. 12
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Taylor nursing injury

Y ou knew that football
was finally back last
Saturday when the
Jaguars opened operations on
the Alltel camp ground to the
noisy thrill of thousands of
their idolizers.
And not to be upstaged,
the Florida Gators and.
Georgia Bulldogs held their
own version of worship serv-
ices to hear the messages of
Urban Meyer and Mark Richt,
same town, but far apart to
keep peace.
But the Jaguars had to steal
the show. They could demon-
strate 80 of their prides and
joys in person, while the
Gators and Bulldogs could
only talk about theirs.
Coach Jack Del Rio held his
usual briefing with the media
after the morning session on
Wayne Weaver's hollowed
grounds and pronounced his
charges coming along as well*
as could be expected without
pads on. A football team .


without pads might just as
well be prancing around in
their undies. It's a nice show
for the fans, but it doesn't
prove anything;
Perhaps the biggest story of
the day was the return of
phantom Fred Taylor, who
had been doing his training
alorie down in South Florida.
Like movie star Greta Garbo
used to be, Fearless Fred
wantedd to be alone." That
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was all right, except that he
finally got started with a
hamstring pull from "condi-
tioning" drill on Thursday. If
that's :an example of "condi-
tioning," the.Jaguars should
settle for just stretching -
and even a yawn might be
too much.
" Nothing new about the for-
mer Gators whiz starting
camp with a few banged up
bones, but after the Jaguar
chiefs and adoring fans have
waited weeks for Christmas
and Santa Claus to come, it's
a big disappointment.
, Can "Fragile Fred," as some
skeptics now call him, come:
back in the condition he once
led the offense with? Is this
another chapter of the "Perils
of Fred" with every week
another clutching scare? Fans
will not want to miss a single
report on Del Rio's cast and
their.daily adventures.
Since Taylor has been ham-
pered the last three training
camps by injuries, one might

say things seemed normal at
the Alltel camp opening day,
but there have also been
encouraging things to report.
Byron Leffwich, acclaimed
as the Jaguars' hope for a
Super Bowl, is ready for his
quarterbacking chores, with
steady pals David Garrard and
Quinn Gray, his faithful
understudies for what now
seems like ages, so that part is
normal. Leftwich is said to be
ready to play his usual brand
of leading the offense.
Unfortunately, Jimmy
Smith, the grand old man of
the offense ever since the Jags
came to town, won't be here
to make the catches that
made him all-pro for years.
But the Jaguars will go on.
It's fine to have Donovin
Darius, the old reliable safety
until his torn knee ligament
took him out early last season,
Sbut is he really fit again? Del
Rio thinks Darius is and after
doing well in the off-season
program, sounds like he is.,

One of the most overlooked
additions last Saturday was
the return of super special
teams captain Nick Sorenson,
who was enjoying a fine sea-
son until going down with a
broken ankle at Tennessee last
Nov. 20. It robbed the'Jaguars
of one:of their most impor-
tant safety men and it also
ended a career record for
Sorenson, the one-time
Virginia Tech star. This Hokie
had never missed a game,
high school, college and pros
SIt was a pile-up on kick
return that somehow found
its victim. Sorenson said he
doesn't'remember getting hit
or much else until they
hauled him off the field for
plenty of shots to deaden the
excruciating pain.
"My folks were there," he
told me after Saturday's prac-
tice. "I'd never been really
hurt in a game."
What did his parents say?
"I know my mom was really

concerned, but they know
the game and what it can
cause," Sorenson explained.
"They took it all right, but
I'm glad they were there and
could see me afterwards."
This 6'3", 210-pound Hokie

who calls Vienna, Virginia
home, says he can think of a
lot of things he'd rather do
than go through a broken
ankle again.
"First, they had me in a
cast, then in a boot, then on
crutches, then rehab for
months. But I'm ready to
play again now," said
That's good news, for
Sorenson, who turned 28 on
July 31, had been one of the
leading tacklers on the special
team since coming in 2003.
Another shock Saturday -
Matt Jones showed up with a
haircut.'He had shorn his
golden locks last season, but
that seemed more like a rook-
ie hazing than a fashion


Fall registration for
Jacksonville Beach Babe Ruth
baseball will take place
SSaturdays, Aug. 5, Aug. 12 and
Aug. 19 from 9 a.m.iuntil noon
at the concession stand behind
Seabreeze Elementary School.
League is for players ages 13 to'
15 as of April 30, 2006.
SRegistration fee is $95 per
player with a $10 discount if
the fee is paid in full on' Aug. 5
For additional information
phone Russ Furtick at 220-
0784. ,
Beaches Basketball League at
St. Paul's School'includes an 8-
game season for kids ages 3 to
rising 6th graders. Four divi-
sions of play will be featured:
Pre-K (co-ed), K-lst (co-ed),
2nd-3rd (boys and girls teams)
and 4th to rising 6th with sep-
arate boys and girls teams.
Cost is $85 and all players
receive a T-shirt and trophy.
For more information visit
beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-

Flag Football
Flag football is being offered
for kids ages 5-17 at the
University of North Fldida
1 and in Ponte Vedra. Season
starts in September.
S 'For more information or to
register, visit www.l9sports.com
of phone (904) 992-4263.
TheBill Bates High Sch6ol
Football Classic, featuring
Memphis University School vs.
Nease High School, will take
place Friday, Aug. 26 at 3 p.m.
at the University of North
Florida football stadium.
Tickets are $10 and will ben-
efit the Tom Coughlin Jay
Fund along with the J.T.
Townsend Fund.
Girls on the Run
Registration is now open
for Girls on the Run of N.E.
Florida, an after-school pro-
gram for girls that combines
running ard training for a
5K (3.1 miles) run/walk,
along with healthy living
education and life lessons.

Spring programs take place
Sat various locations through-
out Ponte Vedra Beach,
Atlantic Beach and Neptune
Beach. For more information
phone (904) 321-4315 or
Ice Hockey Clinics
Free ice hockey clinics for
boys and girls. (ages 3 to 17)
will take place Aug. 19 and
Aug. 26 from 9 a.m. until 11
a.m. at Skateworld, I-95 at
the Emerson Street exit.
All ages and skill levels are
welcome as these clinics will
serve as an introduction to
ice hockey. Ice skates will be
available but participants are
asked to bring a hockey or
bicycle helmet, elbow and
knee pads. Gloves are also
For more information visit
Ocean Marathon
The HammerHead Ocean
Marathon will take place
Aug. 5 at 9 a.m. at the life-
guard station in Jacksonville
Beach. HammerHead has

taken over for the Kiwanis
Club, which ran the event
for more than 20 years.
Participants can choose a
1.25-mile or 2.5-mile dis-
tance. Cost is $25 for the
Shorter race and $35 for the
longer race. Day of race regis-
tration add $5.
For more information visit

St. Pauls Sports
St. Paul's summer sports camps.
feature participation in team
sports and age-appropriate activi-
ties. Basketball, flag football, kick
ball, tag and more are offered. On
Friday's, campers have pizza and
go to Beach Bowl.
Camp sessions are weekly from.
the end of May until late July. For
more information visit
www.beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at 349-
The Northeast Florida Adult
Soccer League is forming an
'adult women's division for
those 17 years old and up.
'Games'will be'played at Pattorn

SPark off Hodges Blvd. on
Sunday and some Wednesday
The fall season will begin in
mid-August. For more informa-
tion contact Brandon Meredith
at 994-3887 or e-mail him at
Information is also available at


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

Thursday and Saturdays, and
Fort Caroline Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays from
9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or
visitt strollerfit.com/arlington.

The Grom Surfing
Association [GSA] is now called
JaxPier Surf Camp and is still
located at 2nd North. The con-
tact number is 651-2843.
Application forms and dates
can be found on jaxpier.com.
JaxPier Surf Camp is the only
surf camp in the nation with a
live streaming camp cam of the
children and young adults.
For information on the Grom
SSurfing Series [GSS], call Charley
Hajekat 247-5538,

The Florida Surfing Association
Strollerft offers advanced, professional and
Strollerfit-exercise with your intermediate amateur competi-
baby. Outdoor classes where tions as well as surfing camps and
mothers turn their strollers into clinics. For more information,
portable exercise machines are visit the website at vwww.forida-
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the Hanson' family on Friday,
fished several spots near
McCormick Bridge and the
Atlantic Blvd. Bridge and caught
11 trout to three and a half
pounds and two redbass.
James Gergley and his friend
Jeremy used mud minnows for
bait back in the canal last Monday
from his "Head Hunter" and
caught 16 flounder, five speckled
trout and several reds and man-
Jeff, Cindy, Michael and Lisa
Shroer fished the big jetties last
week and caught 20 mangrove, a
flounder and lots of jacks weigh-
ing up to six pounds.
Captain Dave Sipler with
Juanita, Randy and Chevanne
Gibbs anchored in several feeder
creeks on a trip last week and net-
ted 10 trout to three pounds
along with a good catch of jacks
and ladyfish.
Mike and Scott Connellv
checked in at B&Mh last weekend
with a 48-pound wahoo, a 27-
pound king and a 20-pound cobia
that they caught trolling live bait
at S.S.
It was a good week of fishing
aboard the party boats out of
Monty's in Ma'port. Capt.
George Strate and his anglers on
the "Mlayport Princess" unloaded
snapper, triggerfish, grouper to 18
pounds and lots 6f beelners after
one trip and on another .the
cleaning table' was filled with
three cobia, two amberjack, four
snapper and lots of stringer fish.
Capt. Scott Reynolds returned
from a few days in the Keys and
put the "King Neptune" back in
action over the weekend. They
brought .home snapper, seabass,
amberines, amberjack, a grouper a
king and big beeliners both
Saturday and Sunday.
Capt. Kirk Waltz on his
"Enterprise" with Dr. Bill Watson
off St. Augustine caught three
kings, three sharks and jumped
one tarpon last Tuesday.
On another trip fishing with
Dr. Walt Kurosko and his son
Steve on the bait pods below St.
Augustine, Capt. Kirk's team
brought two tarpon to the gaff
and on a third trip last Sunday
with Brad Harvey and friends
Capt. Kirk anchored off the big
jetties and caught 12 redbass to 20
pounds, one Spanish and jumped
off one small tarpon.
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Capt. Chris Bernacki and his
wife Jeanne chummed from their
"Parts and Labor" Sunday mom-
ing off the red tops. It didn't take
long for them to chum up a pod
of five or six tarpon. Jeanne
hooked up a beauty and put the
70-pounder on its side in about
40 minutes.
Capt. Bubba Ryan and his wife
Patty on the "Wet Spot" put their
chum line out off Shanty Town
Sunday morning and had plenty
of shark action along with a cool-
er full of whiting. Just after Capt.
Bubba threw his last handful of
chum out, Patty jumped the only
tarpon they saw, but it threw the
hook. I
Capt. Ketin Faver, from his
"Double K" out of St. Augustine,
had another great week on the
tarpon. He and his guests took
two big fish out of the bait pods
on Thursday below the St.
Augustine Pier and ;on Sunday
caught two behind the shrimp
Capt Al Wiltshire, on his
"Sharkey's Den II," anchored just
behind the surf off south P.V' and
with friend John Burroughs
caught 40 whiting and 25 yellow-
mouth. Al reports that most of
their fish were caught in 29 feet of
We have two great out of town
reports this week. The first comes
from veteran angler George Bull
and his grandson Dylan
Hutchinson. They fished Shell
Beach, Louisiana last week and
caught 180 speckled trout weigh-
ing three to four pounds and
eight redbass to 20 pounds. What
a great catch.
Guide' Fred Morrow and friend
Jimmy Allen, in perfect Bahamas
weather, fished Sandy Point out
of Marsh Harbor and'caught and
released 76 bonefish. The)' also
cleaned lots of yellowtail, snapper,
a grouper and a king.
The trout were biting under the
Jackson\ille Beach Pier for a while
last week.
Butch Garvin, David King,
John Campbell and Lowell
Breeding used live shrimp on float
rigs to take their limit of trout for
two days. -
On Wednesday, Pam Fennell
left the pier with flounder, trout
and a good catch of whiting in
her cooler.
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ol' chum bag. Tarpon are
showing up all along the
beach both in the bait pods and
behind the shrimp boats.
Redbass remain strong at the
jetties while the yellowmouth
and whiting are being taken just
behind the surf.
Old friends Capts. Bobby
Langston and'' Gerald Beasley
chummed frdm Gerald's "Rite
Spot" last Thursday off P.V. and '
caught a tarpon estimated at 130
On Friday Capt. Bobby had
Bud Crandall as his guest on his
"Gaff It." They chummed off St.
Augustine and caught a beautiful
tarpon at 110 pounds and lots of
Capt. Randall Dyal and his
guests chunmmed their 100-pound
tarpon up off the red tops along'
with a dozen sharks.
Capt. Whit Whitlock with Ford
Riley went into serious tarpon
fishing last week from his "Black


Hawk." They fished the bait pods
Friday morning and caught two
acrobatic tarpon at 90 and 105
Greg Sutton, his -son Ty and
Jacksonville Beach Mayor Fand
Sharp, aboard the "Candy Boat"
Friday morning caught a tough
tarpon. Greg wrestled with the
80-pounder for almost an hour
before it gave up.
This team also caught more
than 60 stringer fish, mostly big

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ABOVE: Greg Sutton prepares to release his 80-pound tarpon
caught on the "Miss Candy" off the red tops.
BELOW: Dylan Hutchinson with one of the big reds'he caught
fishing last week with his grandfather George Bull in Shell
Beach, Louisiana.

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Andy Hogan with his 22-'pound mule snapper. Hogan was here
on summer vacation from the University of Miami,'where he is
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3r acre parcel Central to Chattanooga &
Nasr.vllte Mature hardwoods. Close to
sale park, 15 area golf courses. Gated,
clubhouse. Iness center, nature trails.
18661292 5769
LOT- ,50'X100' Vilano Bch, $199,000.
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty .Specialists.
655-7923 (cell)
LAND SALE Up to $10,000 OFF all wa-
terfront .parcels! Parcels with generous
120' Irontage are being discounted for a
limited time Awesome amenities
ATL BCH lot, corner ; 56x176, one block
off Mayport Rd. $65K. Owner consider fi-
nance. 813-8180:.

With an accepted offer
on any of these homes!
Waterfront $889k
4234 Tradewinds Drive
3/2.5 former model, dock

4/2, fml Ir/dr 295k
12929 Deep River Way
.21 acres reduced $30k

Upgraded 3/2, S305k
4779 Kernan Mill Lane
Stucco, tile, trees, fncd yrd

Spacious 3/2 + office $280k
2465 Misty Water Dr. W.
Fncd yrd, reduced $15k

4/2 on .27 acres S345k
1502 4th Ave. N. Jax Beach
Updated, hot tub, deck, lanai

Jax Beach Condo $145k
1800 The Greens #304
Marshview, apples, lanai

ATLANTIC BEACH. beautiful 1/2 acre
cul-de-sac lot. 4BR/1.5BA brick home.
Slight fire/ smoke damage. $180K. (904)
ATLANTIC BCH- 3yr old custom house,
3BR,'2 1,2 BA, 2300sq ft. Spacious floor
plan w/vaulted ceilings, large gourmet
kitch w/ss appliances, shop.in garage and
upgrades too-numerous to list. FSBO
$415,000. For virtual tour go to
http://home.comcast.net/~adjoiesbhs or
Scall 249-0812. .
ICW NEW 4/2 split. 2190sf. 2car garage,
lot 60 x 120. Under warranty. $335,000
OBO. 813-1200.

IC WEST near Mayo Clinic, 3/2/2, 1750-
sf, remodeled, $274,500. Independent
Brokers 710-3111.
houses fromocean, 50x100 lot, $800K,
FSBO; Neptune Beach Townhome, Spa-
cious, 3/2.5, 1 car garage, all appliances,
new AC/ plumbing/ carpet. Community.
pool, boat storage, bike/ walk to Beach
and Town Center. $267K, Call 655-2718:
WATERFRONT PALATKA renovated cot-.
tage w/slit. Bulkheaded $248,000. Call Jim
after 7p.m. (904) 501-3314.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA townhouse: ce-
ramic tile floors; CH&A, laundry room, ap-
pliances, patio, privacy fenced yard,
$1050/mo, no pets, 1 yea' lease,
993-1114. .
VIEW. SawMill Lakes, 4BR/2BA, open
floor plan, 2445sf., community pool,
$499,000. Harrigan Properties,. Inc., Real
tor. 333-8462.
on lake w/2917sf,'screened pool and spa,
bonus room, wood and. tile.floors, in-law
suiie 3 car garage, WOW! $679;000.
Contact Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-SOLD or
visli www palaines corn

JAX BEACH- 5 blocks lo ocean, 3'2 5
1974sf, beach cottage. Bonus rm, large
17x23 family rm, formal dining rm, kitchen
with 42" maple cabinet, new carpet &
paint, huge .deck, 'wood spa: .Move in
ready. Must seel 561 Upper 8th Ave. S.,
$434,900. 534,7380.
large corner lot, tile floors, new roof, F/P,
many upgrades. 992-2249 or 514-7152.
TPC SAWGRASS home, immaculate
3BR/2BA, completely remodeled inside
and out on wooded cll-de-sad, includes
granite, maple cabinets, plantation'shut-
ters, tile and carpet, recent roof and A/C.
$550,000. Call for appt. 273-1364 will
co-op with realtors.'
1483 Laurel Way
Custom built Key West style 2-story, only
3 years young, over 2100sf, located in hid-
den paradise, a marsh front community.
First floor master bedroom suite, master
bath w/jacuzzi and separate shower, Gas
frplc. w/gas appliances, cozy screened
porch, custom draperies, and blinds plus
all appliances convey. Asking $389,900.
Call Owner/ Agent Shirley Lee, Assist 2
Sell, Buyers & Sellers Real Estate.
Cell# 568-6909/ office 247-4442. View
online at www.jaxbesthomes.com
Townhomes- 3BR/2.5BA, 550 11th
Avenue South $389k, Only 4 blocks to
the beach. Call John Wolfel, Licensed
R/E Broker 699-8887.
IC WEST, off N. Kernan, Mt. Pleasant
S/D, 4/2/2, 1850sf, new paint, carpet, tile
& more. $248,500. 318-3719.
2.5 blks from beach, 2 biks from park.
4BR/2BA, $534,000. (904)710-8334.
OPEN HOUSE, 1013 6th Ave. N Jax Bch.
Walk to the beach, large lot, pool, and
guest house. Sat & Sun. 12-4.
FSBO, 3BR/2BA. 1 block from beach.
Corner lot. 3603 1st South. 246-1788.

HIDDEN COVE-Reduced, beaut. 4/2, with
cov. screen porch, fenced yard, irrig. sys-
tem, new kitchen, new tile and carpet, be-
low appraisal at.$227,000.
COURTYARDS -A:B. Rented until March
'07, this 2/2 condo near base/ beaches is
perfect for 1st time buyer or investor. Pri-
vate courtyard area, no stairs, flat unit.
CYPRESS CREEK- Near Mayport Elem.&
Wonderwood, nice, 3/2, 2 car gar. freshly
painted, new vinyl and more.$194,900.
gar., nice lot, stainless appliances, Keman
area. $207,000. "
HARBOUR SPRINGS- 4/2,2 car gar.
Newer area, very open, beaut.sione fire
place, fenced yard; corner lot Close to
schools/ beaches. Just Isleo. $,219,900.
ASHLEY WOODS- 4/2, 2 car gar. over
2000sf,, This home' is, better than new,
really Huge kitchen, and master bed and
baln. Formal dining,- and formal living,
(currently used as office) or 4th bdrmr 2
yrs. old. $276,000. ,
Tivoll Subdiv. Nice, 3/2, 2 car gal. minutes
from beaches, shopping,' newer home, ig.
yard. $249,900.
HARBOR WINDS- Kernan area. Really
nice, 3/2, 2 car gar. F6rmal dining, break-
fast nook, open family room w/fireplace.
Great location 'and a steal at only
ARLINGWOOD SUDIV-This 3/2 must be
seen to be appreciated. Older nice area
but' home has been re-done. Your own
paradise for only $189,900.,
home with gar. 1600sf. reduced to
$169,900. '
ARLINGTON HILLS-'Cute, 3/2, covered
parking, nice yard. Great starter,
TION, 4/3, ovet 30K in upgrades, below
appraisalbetter than a. model home
near schools/ shopping, newer 4/2,
2200sf. approx., priced for quick sale at
Bonaparte Crossing, newer home, 4/2,
hear schools & shops. $247,000.
221-1711 OR 241-5501.

2450sf, many upgrades, large comer lot,
$269,900, independent b:okers 710-3111.
Claridge Rd. E. Newly remodeled, vacant.
2BRi1BA. large backyard $140,000 223-
INTRACOASTAL WATER, deep waler ac-
cess 3BR.'2.5BA 1800si, new rool, hard-
wood floors,. '2 car garage. 2' boat lifts.
$559.000 463-0505
REDUCED, 4BR/2BA. split plan, wi2 story'
workshop. Upgrades. Desirable Neptune
Beach neighborhood: Pnced under ap-
praised value to sell at $424.900. Drive by
1525 Forest Ave. Motivated seller.
Will co-op. (904)463-7245.

4BR/2BA huge cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and tennis, minute to the Beaches A+
school. $288,900.
Ponte Vedra Bch.- Roscoe Blvd Custom
onil- -r-ew Consiruclion o--r E-4000tn
75x400 lot. Call tor email of floorplan
$1 925 million.
3BR/2BA,' all brick, 2+ garage, oacks lo
small creek leading to 'inlracoastal,
Totally remodeled 4BR/2.5BA, limestone
flooring, slate countertops, custom cabi-
nets and lighting. Owned by professional
kitchen/. bath designer. GORGEOUS!
Must see! $549,900.
TWO 1BR/1BA +loft Ponte Vedra Beach
Condos, upgrades including granite & tile
floors, fireplace, custom lighting, private
beach access,,tennis, fitness room...1 unit
currently leased. $189,900 & $195,900.
Key West style cottage, adorable with
huge .great room, private backyard, great
for entertaining, Low maintenance land-
scaping. $327,900. Call today for details.
Motivated seller! 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood floors, 1car garage.
Offered' at $154,900.'
Dolphin Cove, PVB, 3BR/2BA, huge cor-
ner lot, all brick, cul-de-sac; updated tile in
main living area. Ready to got $304,900.
3BR/3BA w/large bonus room, popular.
floorplan w/formal living/dining room, cov-
ered lanai, inground swim spa. Offered at
3BR/2.5BA, corner lot, at condition, &
schools, close to beaches. $269,900.
.Upgraded home in San Pablo Circle,
3BR/2BA home w/spacious master suite.
Fenced back yard, large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered at $328,900.
3BR/2BA. Large lot, no HOA, beautiful
views. $324,900. '
Call: 904-241-4447

PVB, RANCH style 3BR/2BA house locat-
ed in the Dolphin Cove Community is only
$282,900 and lots to offer, go online at
Motivated Sellers. 285-3014 Iv. msg.
PONTE VEDRA 3BR/2.5BA,1500sf, just
remodeled, 42" Hickory cabinets, granite
counter tops, travertine floors, bamboo in
dining room, Berber carpet, hot tub, 2 car
garage-, $318,000, 463-0505.
MOVE IN READY, updated and refinished
3BR/2.5BA home.located at 1404 Decla-
ration Dr. Jax Beach. 'This solid brick
home sits on a beautiful lake view lot and
is close to beaches, shopping and the
JTB. Just reduced and ready to sell 904-
ATL BCH HOME $209,900
FSBO GOOD Starter Homel 618-1
Dulton Island Dr. West. 3BR':1 5BA New
A/C, rool, windows, doors, and applian-
ces. By appointment only Call David
247-0665 (home), 704-2337 (cell).
I.C. WEST- Kernan Foresl 2004 execu-
tive home, 5BR!4BA, 2-car, 2.650*s.l
$409,500 Independent brokers 710-3111
6"o APR flexible terms 3'2, ICW view
Near Mayo. $349.900 $51700.mo l
IMAGINE LIVING In Jacksonville Beach,
only 5 blocks from the ocean Concrete
Block w'3 bedrooms. 1 bath Huge lot with
frontage on boln sides. Needs TLC.
Renovate or Tear Down. Good inveslmenl
property. As Is Only $250,000 Call own-,
er at 386-801-6997.
ADORABLE BEACH home, 3/2,1 car car-
port, large backyard for entertaining
w/new swim spa and decking throughout.
sitting on two large city lots. beaulilul
oaks. Reduced to $343.500 941 Ruth
Ave Mollvaled seller,(904)338-4303.
esville, lakeview. upstairs master suile
w/ollice, 4/3. 2950sl, 5 acres. Dbuil 2002
5469,000 Independent Brokers 904-710-
5147,900 Garage. FP, hew custom cabi-
nels, close to base. 904-327-6544.

2 BLOCKS to beach. 2BR, screened
porch, 2 car garage. $269,900 Consider.
lease option, Owner; Ageni 463-7343.
3BR/2BA, 1328sf, end unit .townhome,
great condition, gorgeous landscaping,
new siding, new A/C, fantastic location
$182.900, Realty Executives Ponte Vedra.
Call Ivana 891-9157.
ally tumished, fenced yard, screened-in
porch and 'deck w/private entrance to
master bath. Great investment or slaner
home. $264,000.: (904)247-8004,

3BR/2.5BA has 2705st. w.spacious open
family room, gas fireplace, normal dining.
loH, over $71 000 in upgrades! Two
screened lanais. open deck, and balcony
overlooking your private dock. $889,000.
Contact Phyllis Staines with RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate at 904-476-SOLD or
visit www.pstaines.com

POOL HOME 245K, 3BR/1.5BA Lg. Fam-
Ily Room. 1619 Sunset Drive. Jax. Bcn
4 riles. to beacn.. Renovated..$259.Q00
1904)521-7021. ,, |

Ocean Cay- FSBO 664 Bonairi Circe,
2200st, w/greal room, 3BRr2BA.
Located on mature pond. Granne, wood
floors, new paint. $559K will co-op.

BEAUTIFUL 2BR 2BA townhome. 5
blocks to beach. $227.000. Call reallor/
owner (904)742-6423
1130 ROSE, 3BR/2BA, rew A/C, pain,
ceramic tile, carpel, stove refrigerator,
dishwasher. Fireplace, fenced :yard.
$189,000. 710-8083.
FSBO. JB, 3BR/1BA. 714 4th St. S. Short
walk to beach, good neighborhood.
$260,000 OBO. 246-8532, 246-8415.
535 0593.

LEASE' PURCHASE Secret Woods. Bnck
home, 3BR/2BA, 1895sl. $284,900 OBO.
Bnng all offers. Independent Brokers
71.0-31-1. -
3BRi2BA. 1727SF, Neptune By The Sea.
$459k, Malt 382-8432.
GO Ave. S. .$185,900. 904-465-2955.
FSBO, 4BR/3BA, large private lot,
6 blocks to beach. $355,000. 463-3738

A.B. TOWNHOUSE- 3/2.5 1600sf 2 car '
garage, built 2002, $250k, 658 Stocks.

WATER FRONT! Newly Remodeledl
FSBO, 'Gorgeous view, everything newly
2/2, single family, Sawgrass TPC, Below
market price $284,900. (914)371-9088.
Lakes, 3BR/2BA +Den, open fldor plan,
2445sf.,. community pool, FSBO,
$499,000. Call (904)304-0757.
4094 DUCK Creek Lane, TPC. $629,000.
4BR/3BA, 2761Sf. Assist2Sell Buyers &
Sellers Partners Realty. (904)230-5555.
ATLANTIC BEACH West, 3yr. old cus-
tom built Key West style ranch on cor-
ner lot. 3BR/2BA. 12x15 sunroom, 2car
garage Shows like a model Must De
seenT $295,900. (904)246-4468.

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BEACHES COUPLE (pre-quallfled)
seeks HOME at the BEACH. Max.
$300,000. JB preferred (east of Penman).

2BR/2BA.with loft, skylights, large closets,
laundry, storage unit, private patio, new
appliances, $117,900. Under market. Mo-
tivated seller. Open House daily 9am-
5pm. 904-803-5359.
do for SALE,in Mayport Landing. 2/2v
1041sf. $130,000, Call (904)-338-7350 fole
more info.
'2BR/2BA CONDO, 1-mile to beach, close
to shopping, granite countertops, wood &
berber throughout, w/marsh view. Gated
community including gym, pool, & tennis.
$227,500 plus 6 months of prepaid condo
fees. Call Ted ,(904) 537-7896.
VALENCIA NEW Luxury condo
2BR2 5BA. 1622sf. Upgrades, end unit.
Ready in lall. $469K. (904)'716-9236.
13715 N. Richmond Park Dr. .#305 Wind-
sor Pointe, $184,900 3BR/2BA, 1500sf.
w/garage. Lowest priced condo ,n.Wlid-
sorl Beautiful family room, bright kitchen &
convenient inside laundry, room, gorgeous
master suite w/walk-in closet & private
bathl Call Assist 2 Sell Buyers & Sellers
Real Estate. 247-4442 or view online @
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tlle Bright. open
floor plan. No dogs. $-85.000.
-404)325-0820 (40-1)784-6601.

DOUBLE WIDE, .3BR/2BA. It was an
artist's paradise. Asking $16,000.
PALM HARBOR Homes, factory model
center largest in Americal Modular and
manufactured. Liquidation sale! Call for
free color brochures. (800)622-2832.

RETAIL OFFICE for Rent, 1000sf.
$13/sq.ft. on Penman Rd: Call 545-2826.
JAX BEACH, Penman Rd., 880sf.,
$860/mo. +$30/mo. water utility. 246-4930

For lease Localed Dehna inie Tree Steak
House. 7600sf available, dividable by
'300sf and 5300sf. PIs call 904 993-2222

MOTHER IN Law unil 1BRI/BA. a3,aaaltb
lor rent. 700'monin plus. deposit 514-
3690. .'. .
POLITE VEDRA Beach Townnouse lor
rent, Two slory, end unil, iike newly 5 Star
ameniies walking distance o .beach, A+.
schools shopping and dining. $1200/mo.
+deposI MusI see'! 904-571-6967'

PV BCH 2BRi 2BA. $187,200. Grace Ellis, WATERFRONT, 2BR.2 5BA condo w/boat
All Pro Realty Specialisls 655-7923 Icell) slipl Convenient to beach, shopping
Tr, .nLrni| Ice" i"'. nnn 9iD2 RA. na_ $1375Ymo All Souln Realry, 241-4141.

I vvnlnlUJL$ p2 (.UUU. ---n: ojbr. ga-
rage, privacy lance, 512 10ih Ave. S,
(904)223-6896. '
CONDO 2BR/2BA. Gate Parkway area.
Home is on the pool w/balcony. Adjacent
to clubhouse. Gorgeous views. Includes
wood floors. 'granite counler lops, slain-
less appliances W/D. wainscol, Illled
casing, crown molding, new lighting and
plumming. walk in closets. Property in
cludes computer lab, Iitness center and
liner ammenities $205,000 318-4542
12 Jardin de Mer Place. Newer 2BR/2BA.
1200st., many upgrades Kilcnen applian.
ces. terrace., fireplace, garage, security
system FSBO. $225.000. OBO 246-8775
.' ... ,* *
So Jacksonville Beach, brand new, rede-
veloped Oceans Edge E of Third Luxuri-'
ous 1BR 1BA condo, 3rd Iloor, all ameni-
lies Must sell' 299.900. Call June Gage-
Pettit, Magnolia Properties. 994-3608

beach. 2BR/1.5BA townhome with wood-
burning fireplace. Nicely landscaped gar-
den patio area w/new privacy fence. WD
,hook-up, ample storage, refrig w/ice mkr,
and dishwasher. No Dogs/ Smoking.
$975/mo. w/lease &.strong refs. req'd. Call
285-8325,(eves.) or 403-9297 (cell):
4 blocks to ocean, 1300sl.. $ S50imo
+utilities. 1215 11thSt. N. (9041318-2121
MARSHVIEW, iBR/1BA condo. Cluo pool
& amenilesl $775/mo; All Souih Realry.
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area, quiei. sale, residential neighbor-
hood. 2BR/1BA, lower duplex, new paint.
CH&A, W.D included No smoking, no
peis. $950,'mo., lease deposit 993-1118.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean. sr Ave Souin.
1BRP/1BA $695'mo & $725'mo.
.904)891-0606. (352)478-2161
NEPTUNE BCH. near ocean renovated
2BR, all amenities, avail. soon. $1100/mo.

PVB OCEANGROVE 2/2/Dlx Pool exercise mo mo
FSBO, Save $14K! New Lakeview, Wi-Fii,, 3B2B eSA. O.'mo Al outhr! $ im
resort pool- spa. A1A location. must seel 241-4141
$222K, FREE 27T HDLCD TV. FREE clos-'-.
.inig..727-458-4230. Open Sat -Sun NEPTUNE WALK o1 ocean, large

Estate sale! Deluxe 22 new unit. lake.
;view, many upgrades! Resort pool. park
setting, $14k below market, $217k Open
Sunday 904-284-5251

condo. 2BR/2BA w/garage. Next to Saw-
grass and close to beaches. $227.900
Flexible daily open house hours Remax
00 Realry, Sharon Sievens.-1904) 687-
220. P ,- .

REDUCED $15,00 '
FSBO THE Palms. 3BR.2BA, 1st Floor, All
amenities S225,000. 241-3471.

OCEAN LINKS. 2BP/2BA, 1-car garage
Golf-course & lake views Updated. new
paint, now available '$235,000. 535-7234
2BR/2BA CONDO in gated community
w/marsh view Unit nas ile, vaulled ceil.
ing, and new appliances. Great ammeni-
lies' Unil comes w/iiew 32"' plasma TV at
closing $199.900. Call James 708-0880.

2BR/2BA. Less 1 mi. to beach. 1156si..
refurbished 2005: new tile & capet,; paint,
kitchen, etc Security galed community,
alarm, cathedral ceilings, walk in closet,
.cent. air, screened in porcn. Wilhoul a re.
altor I.will negotiate price. $210,900

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Consultation On
All Real Estate
Financing Needs.
*Best Rates
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'ZA I A President
PHONE: 904-247-7414 FAX: 904-247-7475

2BR/1BA, FURNISHED, Golf Fair #42.
$5500 OBO. Call 241-7317, 588-4321.,
SINGLE WIDE. Must See interior. Close
to beach. Asking $8500. 992-2265. -

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RM im 10 N1i^

3BR/lI 5BA. WID sundeCk No peis
$1295/mo. Soulhside area, large 2BR
w/sland kilchen. WiD, security system No
pels.$625,mo 223-5211
VILANO BEACH, 4BR-4BA. 2850si. over-
looking Inlercoasial, walk to beach, home
only 4yrs old. $1950/mo. Call Jan Hol-
man 537-7777 Owner, ageni
BEACHES. HODGES S Kernan 1.2, 3 &
4BR Aparments & Homes. in luxury com
mlunie Ircrm 5800 mo 233-4545
j-fti-r^ =.. ,--, .

'CPviIE'IN old Allanic Ech. Ocean Ircni ga-
rage apt w,rwo car garage, 1BR'IBA
hardwood Iloors Suiable lor single per-
son No WDHU. no pels. $1.000/month
NEPTUNE BEACH, one lock to ocean.
2BRI1BA upstairs. 1 year lease. No peis.
no WOD hookup. $950/mo .$950'sec
dep: 916 First Slreet, between Bay &
Pine. Availaoe 8/15,06. 246-8970 or

JAX BCH, 3'2.5, ocean view. $1600/mo
185 5th Ave S. 318-0044
beacon. 2BR/1.5BA townhome wiln wood.
burning fireplace Nicely landscaped gar-
den patio area w'new privacy lence. WD
hook-up, ample storage, refdg w/ice mkr,
and dishwasher. No Dogs/ Smoking.
$975/mo w/lease & strong refs req'd Call
285-8325 (eves or 403-9297 (cell)
2BR/1.5BA., 5875/mo. (904)237-9375.





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Lnurnished Homes Beach Avenue AB 2BR/1BA, 2"n story Pablo Bay San Pablo 4BR/3BA newer
SSawgrass Players PV 3BR/2BA, duplex, ocean views, wood deck, wood home on water, upgrades throughout, open
t spacious home, interior completely floors. $1400/mo. floorplan. $2100/mo.
< remodeled, light and bright, 2 car garage. Penman Road NB 3BR/2BA home Unfurnished Condos .
o $2650/mo. w/screened porch, fenced backyard, large Ocean Links.- PV
PV Shores SPV 4BR/4BA, townhouse lot. $1300/mo. Screened porch, fireplace, amenities i
Sw/ocean views, elevator, all upgraded, Las Palmas PV 3BR/2BA duplex 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo.
S2800 sqft. $2200/mo. w/new carpet, new kitchen, garage, fresh Palms at Marsh Landing JB
SFairfield PV 3BR/2.5BA, two story paint. $1200/mo. Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
S home w/screened porch on water, 2 car Sea Hawk PV 2BR/2BA. Unit in great 1BR/1BA, ground floor, recently updated.
garage. $1850/mo. condition, all appliances, club pool and $900/mo.
SSolano Cay PV 4BR/2.5BA, two story tennis. $1095/mo 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top end unit, vaulted
home w/spacious floor plan, patio, comm. Furnished Homes ceilings. $1150/mo.
Spool. $1700/mo. Villages of Vilano SPV 2BR/2BA, 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit, garage. %
SDolphin Cove PV 4BR/2BA, home oceanfront condo, wood floors, upgrades, $1195/mo.
Sw/all new interior, tile floors, garage, garage, amenities. $1400/mo. Summerhouse PV,
Sfenced backyard. $1500/mo. "Intracoastal West Newly renovated, new carpet, baths, kitchen,
SBeach Walk SPV 2BR/2BA, home w/ Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA brand tile, fireplce,walkto shops, great amenities.
S. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor. $1195mo.
Swood deck on lagoon, beach cabana, new townhouse, screened porch, preserve 2BR/BA, finished. 1495/mo
2BR/2BA, furnished. $1495/mo
comm. pool & tennis. $1500/mo. views, amenities. $1095/mo.
SVillages of Solano PV 3BR/2.5BA, Point Meadows Gate Pkwy 3BR/2BA
Townhouse has loft, garage, patio, very 4th floor w/elevator, all appliances, fitness REMAX COASTALREALESTATE
neutral and clean. $1500/mo. center, club pool. $1200/mo. Shann on Smith
.Magnolia Street AB 3BR/3BA, Pablo Point-San Pablo 3BR/2BAhome (904) 285-5640 e
< townhouse w/garage, wood decks, tile on large lot, tile floors, fenced backyard,
$ floors. $1450/mo. two car garage. $1500/mo. '

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August 2, 2006 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader rage 3D

OCEANFRONT 1BR/ 1BA, 108 orange St,
Ne Bch, precious Inside downstairs,
$1200/mo incl. until. (661)803-6275.
2 BLOCKS OCEAN, 210 10th Ave. N.
2BR $850/mo. Credit check, deposit, no
pets. (904)514-8530.
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/2BA condo, just steps
to ocean Club pool. $1100/mo. AllSouth
Realty, 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH Oceanfront Town-
home. 10th St., 2BR/2.5BA. $1300/mo.

BRAND NEW 2BR/2BA condo. Garage,
terrace, all appliances including W/D, fire-
place, close to beaches. $1350/month.
First month free with security. 904-424-
ATLANTIC BCH. townhouse. 712 Cavalla
Rd. 2BR/1.5BA. Screened porch. Dogs
under 351bs. $775/month. $775 deposit.
"* ".' '*,, "**-
ATLANTIC BEACH Lg 1 .& 2BR Apt., dish-
washer, pool, near stores and bus.
$560/mo & up, + deposit, no pets,, nice
place to live, 246-8537
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FOR RENT 3BR/2BA cozy beach cottage.
Neptune Bch. $1600/mbnth. Pets okay.
1 BR, patio, ceramic tile throughout,
WDHU, walk-in closet, reserved parking.
$875/mo. 160 7th Ave North 993-2555.
JAX BEACH 3BR/1BA, downstairs, 1
block ocean, CH&A, washed dryer,
$1195/mo. + $500 deposit,, military dis-
count, small pets ok, 1718 N. st St. #3,

LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location 2
blocks to ocean Very clean. No Pels.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
" Convient to FCCJ South and UNF Carm-
pus. 1IBR $512/mo., 2BR $605/mo., 3BR'
$665/mo.'Security deposit $250 Credit,
background anq landlord reference re-
quired. EHO (9041641-0912


PVB, TOWNHOUSE Condo w/private
courtyard, lakefront, 2BR/2.5BA. $950/mo.
Call 280-8782.
house 1, mile west of Mayport ferry,
Hpckscher Drive $1195/mo. 733-3730,
PONTE VEDRA, Newly Renovated, re-
sort atmosphere, 2-story, 1BR/1BA, end
unit, washer/dryer included. $925/mo.

home. Central Heat and Air and WDHU.
1243 Mayport Landing Dr. $790/month,
$790/deposit. 280-2728 leave message.
SATLANTIC. BEACH Oceanfront Town-
home. 10th -St., 2BR/2.5BA. $1300/mo.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 207 15th St.,
2BR/1BA, CH/CA, 1 block to ocean,
$1000/mo., references. 246-6194,' 249-
in soulnsde $770 plus down Boarsiip
BEACH-HOUSE, Atlantic Bch. 1BR/1BA.
Steps io ocean. Garage. $1 000,monih.
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri-
vate. lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs. 333-5579.

TOWNHOUSE- 2BR/1BA, steps from
ocean. W/D. No pets, no smoking.
$1200/mo $1000 secunty deposit. Call
JARDIN DE MER' 3BR/2BA, garage.
$1350/mo. Avail. 8/1/06. 770-429-9331.
2 BLOCKS to Ocean. 2BR and 2 car ga-
rage. Screened porch, $1.000/month
6mo considered lease option. 463-7343.
JAX BEACH 1BR upstairs. block ocean,
$795. $500 dep, military discount, small
pels ok, 1718 N 1st st 2 708-0731
3/2 condo, 1st St North Jax Beach. New
carpels & paint $1595/mo. Call 519-8510.

PONTE VEDRA/. Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private; 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage,
w/many amnenlties. $1400/mo. 860-1690.

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415 Beleza Ponte Vedra
305 Kensington Ja/Keman BlId
614Grand Ca) Ponte Vedra
511 Belleza Ponte Vedra
213 Belleza Ponte Vedra
72 The Fountains Ponte Vedra
133 Bimirn Cour Ponte Vedra
S925 OceanLinks PonteVedra
.2 The Fountains PonteVedra
204 Tournament Road PonteVedra/Fairfield
2806 St. Marc Court Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium
10061 Rough Creek Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass (
371 19th Street Atlantic Beach
S804 Templeton Lane Ponte Vedra/Walden Ch;
106 Bermuda Bay PonteVedra .
97 Voyager Court. Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass t
3343'Lighthouse Pointe Lane Jax Beach
13874 White Herron Place Jax/Pablo Bay
200 Azalea Point Drive South Ponte Vedra/Fairfield
6033 Bridgewater Circle Ponit \'edraiSaS\gras. T
2001 Windjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra
13 Players Club Villa Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass T
144 Shelby Cove Court Ponte Vedra/Mlarsh Co
117 Deer Cove Drive Ponte der.iMlarsh Land,
703 Landmark Jax Beach Oceanfront
408 Seaspray Lane Ponte Vedra by the Sea
9910 Preston Trail Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass C(
804 Metropolitan Jax Beach/Oceanview
70.Beach Cottage Lane Atlantic Beach
628 Preserve View Drive Palm \ jlle Marih Hart
2451 South Ponte Vedra Blvd. South Ponte Vedra

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JAX BEACH- near ocean, 3BR/1BA.
Lease, references required. 218 4th Ave.
South. $1195/mo. (904)221-4134, 703-
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2 car garage. Good neighborhood.
$1200/month. 904-247-4959..
A.B. 1200SF 3BR/2BA Townhouse. appli-
ances, w/d. breakfast bar, family room
wllireplace, vaulted ceiling/ plans plant
shelves, curtains. ile. carpel fenced yard,
screened palio, security system, storage
room. shed, $1200'mo + $1000 security.
yr lease, references and credit app. No
pets, no smoking 614-1626.
JAX BEACH beautifully decorated. town-
home. 3BR/3.5BA, 2-car garage, ocean
views, $3.8501mo 242-2534. 614-8440.
THE WOODS. 4,2. 2500sf.. cul-oe-Osac,
sunroom, LR. DR. EIK. $1675.mo. TDO
Mgmnt. 246-1125. tdorealestale.com
WALDEN CHASE, near Nease H.S. 2025
Chaucer Ln. 4BR/2 5BA, 3800sf, lyr old
home. many upgrades. $2400/mo
Realty Executives. 273-3939. 610-6460.
4BR/3BA home on lake in Marsh Soundl
.Comm. pooll $1675/mo. All Soulh Realty,
PVB 3BR/2.5BA, all appliances, commun-
ity pool. 2-car garage. $1,500/mo.'24g-.

PVB FURNISHED lake front 212 short
term, utilities' included, $1600/mo.
607-3417, 733 8433.
OCEAN WALK, 4/2. 2185sf. Formal
LR/DR. family room wifplace, EIK, break.
fast oar, carpel, ceramic lile, poo, pool
service included. $2100/mo. TDO Mgmt
Services 246-1125

BLOCKS TO beach quiet neighborhood,
3BR'2BA, large fenced yard, WDHU.
CH&A. Available Aug 20tn, $1200/mo
285-9347. : ...

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 story. 3/2, lofl BR.
cath. ceilings, carpet ceramic tile, b'fast
bar, screened back porch. $1050/mo.
TDO Management 246-1125.
WEST BEACHES. Sutton Lakes, 4/2,
2300sf,. Formal LR/DR, Family room
Sw/lireplace, carpet, cath ceilings, fenced
yard, $1600!mo TDO Mgmt Services
PONTE VEDRA Bcn, PVB, 2000sl, 4/2
updated home with lenced private yard in
quiel neighborhood $1600/ month. 322-
JAX BEACH- 3/1 Walk to schools & Ine
beach. $1000/mo. +deposit 743-3341.
3BR/2BA, healed pool, 6 blocks to ocean/
town center. $1600/mo. (904)241-1886.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA home. 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. Available early August Call'
246-8970 or 591-1218.
ICW. 340 Currituck W. 3/2 1 car garage,
large master. $1150/month + deposit. Call

study and screened In porch. Less than 3
miles from the Mayo & 3 miles from the
Beach, No smoking, $1395/mo. Available
now. Call 904-463-3750 or 613-5958.

3/2 house, Cypress Cove $995/mo.
Avail. now
3/2, 2 car garage, avail, now, $1250/mo.
3/2, cul-de-sac, $1250/mo.
3/2, avail.8/1, $1150/mo.
4/2, off Kernan, avail. now, $1295/mo.

3/2, $1395/mo.
3BR'2BA, 2 car garage, $1395/mo.,
4/2, avail. 8/15, $1395/mo..
S2/2, 1 car garage, avail. 8/1 $930/mo.,
3,2. $1145.'mo
3/2, 2 car gar,, avail. 9.10. $1125,mo
3/2,2 car gar, avail 8'1, $1250,mo.
4/2,2 car gar., avail. 11/1, $1595/mo.
Brand new condo-
3BR 2BA $950/mo & $950smo.
4/2, 2 car ar,avail. now, $1995'mo
3/2, 1 cat gar., avail. 8/1, $895/mo.
3/2, 2 car gar., avail 8/15,. $975/mo.
3/2,' $1295/mo.
22,. 1133sl. ready nbowl $895/mo
3/2, 2 car garage, avail 8 15, $1195mo.
3/2. 2 car gar.. avail, now. $1495/mo
4/2.5. 3 car gar.. avail 8/1. $1900/mo.
4/2. avail now, $1450/mo.
4/3, 2 car garage. 2200sl. $1400/mo.
241-5501 OR 221-1711.

VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4,2, 2400sf.. FR.
DR, office. sunroom. $1600/mo. Avail 7/1.
TDO Mgmnl 246 1125

PVB Solano Cay. 3BR'2BA. garage, fire-
lace, large backyard in quiel neighbor-
hood. $1,400/mo: 315-6558.

SOUTHSIDE 3BR,2BA renovated home
$1300/monlh. 819 Barbados. 770-429-
beach. 2BRi1 5BA townhome with wood.
burning fireplace Nicely landscaped gar-
den patio area w/new pnvacy fence. WD
hook-up, ample storage, retrig w/ice mkr,
and dishwasher. No Dogsi Smoking.
$975imo. w/lease & strong rels. req'd. Call
285-8325 (eves.) or 403-9297 cell)
COTTAGE ACROSS from ocean, 512 1st
St. South. $850'mo. VIP Realty.
ISLE OF Palms 3BR/2BA; $1350/mo,
washer/ dryer, screened ianai. newly re-
Smodeled. 233-2571
PVB SUMMERFIELD spacious contempo-
rary, 3BR/2.5BA, office; fenced backyard.
great neighborhood beside schools.
$2250/mo.. 1321)269-7896
BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA home w/2 car ga-
rage in Cypress Cove, Atlantic Bch. Over-
looks the Marsh and Intracoaslal, speclac-
ular sunset views 1244sf, $1200,mo., Call
509-0834 .

community wall ammenities. Beach ac-
cess Available 9/1. 568-8837.
side. End unil, 1.story. large yard
$1375'mo. 19041612-6532. 19041641-5564 .

JAX BCH, 600 to ocean. 2271 2nd SI S
2BR,2 5BA irlievel Iownhouse. garage.
fireplace Very nice- recent upgrades
$1250imo. No Pets 221-6037
2BR'2BA. pool and laKe view. Unil 107.
beach access, fireplace, lanai. 5 star
$1000,mo. 338-4137.
PVB. 2BR'2BA. walk to beach, spl, Ifloor
plan $995/mo. (90.1)955-0872
ICW. NEW Condo. 2BR/1BA, wasner! dry-
er provided, pool & illness center on site
$1100'mo. 246-4487 or 553-6110.
NEW 2BR/2BA, $1200/mo. appliances in-
cluded, garage Jardin De Mer 249-7501
JAX BEACH, 3 bedrooms, newly remod-
eled. 14th Ave S., hol tub $1475/mo.
568-8700. ...
PVB. THE Fountains easi of AfA.
2BR/1 5BA, remodeled $975,'mo

LAKE ESCAPE at Tne Ridges Resort &
Club. Bed & Brealdasi at Our Beautiul
Lakeside Mountain Resort in Hiawassee
GA $99-weekday lo $139 TheRidgesRe-
son.com (8881834-4409
nished homes & condos! From $500 per
week All Souln Realty 241-4141

PVB, 2BR/2BA fireplace, $1100/mo. Call
Grace Ellis 655-7923.
2BR/2BA ON lake in gated community. 1
mile to beach, close to shopping, ameni-
ties include pool, tennis, and gym. Call
Maryanne 537-6161.
PVB. CONDO 2BR/2BA deluxe .on lake.
Beach access. New appliances including
Washer/Dryer. Approved pets okay.
$1150/month. Available now. (904) 813-
PVB. OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA w/loft.
Overlooks pool and on lake. Must rent.
$1,000. Andy 588-4295 or Ken 251-5370.
PVB, 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnished. Steps
to Ocean. Garage, $1600/mo. 708-4022.
Fully furnished, 2BR/2BA, all inclusive
electric, .cable). Short/Long term.
$1 700/mo. 535-3911. .

NEW \VALENCIA, 2'. 5. galed. upgrades LOST DOG- Chihuahua- female, tan. and
elevators, elegant clubhouse. $2000/mo: white, on medication, 8 yrs old. Last seen-
537-9008. on Florida Blvd 7/3: Has tags, named
0. a. Bianco. Call 859-2918.
JA oui-2( nW igdy.UiI

JAX BCHn new J32 w, garage. consider
lease purchase. $1400,mo 463-7343.
1200sf, fireplace, W/D, 2nd floor, new car-
pet, nuge ceilings $1175.mo 635-6375.
5siar, newly renovated. new appliances.
washer/dryer., replace, goli course view,
Beacn access $1100'mo including water
(August Free) 254-2530
THE PALMS At Marsh Landing 2BR/2BA.
.Waterview, wood floors, 1st floor, gated,
$1125/mo. 241-3941.
STUNNING PRIVATE community known
as Bermuda Bay Condos: 3/2, excellent
floor plan with a Florida room. Option fur-
nished or unliurisned. $2100/mo + utilil
ies. (904)226-5675
SUMMERHOUSE IN PVB 1/1, 2 story,
fireplace. everything new, on Sawgrass
goilcourse. beach and golf snuhle, great
amenities, $850imo. 534-4848.

LOST CAT, lyr. old female Tabby, or-
ange/brown/black/white. Beaches area.
Large reward. 208-0373,
FOUND- SMALL male dog, terrier mix.
Found in Cypress Cove Subdivsion on
July 27. 241-6134.
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.

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

DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc Only one signature required' Excludes
goi. lees' Call weekdays (8001462-2000
ext 600. (8am-7pml Alia Divorce. LLC
Established 1977.

lesled divorce papers. Witnoul Kids (while
you wait) With Kids la line longer) Since
1981/byappt. only (904)641-2187.

SNotce is hereby given that a regular meel
ing of Ine City Council ol ihe Ciry ol Iep.
lune Beach, Florida, will o held on Mon-
day, August 7, 2006. at 7:00 p.m., in the
Ciry Hall Council Chambers. 116 First
Streel, Neptune Beacn, Flonda
If a person decades to appeal any decision
made Dy the City Council with resprecl o1
any matter considered at any mehlirin
such person may need a record ol Ihe
proceedings, and, lor such purpose, sucn
person may need to ensure lhal a verba
tim record ol the proceedings is made
which record includes the lestimony and
evidence upon whicn the appeal is Io be
In accordance with Ihe Americans With
Disabililies Act and Seciaon 286 26. Flori-
da Staltue, persons with disabilites need-
ing special accommodation to parl;cipale
in Ihis meeting should contact the City
Clerk's Otice no later Itan 5 00 PM Ine
day of Ihe meeting
Lsa Volpe, CMC
BL 8/2/06 .

ATLANTIC BCH, 3BR beautifully fumish- PONTEVEDRA By the Sea 4BR2.5BA, 2
ea. Move in ready. W/D, walk ocean, cr arage. walkto beach '"$2950/mo.
$1600.'mo. 993-3226. r.' -0t.-'.fl .O2Ca a .-. I...., beV stnoq

BEACH HOUSE, 1 1/2 blocks frbit'?the
beach. 2BR/2BA. 1878sf., 4 year old
home, stucco wispanishn ile rool, planta-
Slon shutters, pest control, yard mainte
nence included. $1650/mo. Call Maury
PVB, 3/2/1, comer lot, fenced, close to
JTB, pets OR..$1750/mo. (904)588-6600
JAXBCH 3BR/25BA, 2 stories, 2car ga-
rage, gated comm w/amenilies 2300.sf.
$1800/mo OBO. 904-338-5692.
OCEAN VIEW cottage, 3BR/2BA,
$1300/mo 100 steps from beach. W/D,
deck & patio, 111 9th Ave. So., 241-7634.
ATLANTIC BEACH, fully furnished.
3BR/2BA. Hot tub, deck,fireplace. 2 car
garage, walk to beach, goll and tennis
club Mint $2200,monlh
1015 PENMAN. 3BR11.5BA $1200/mo.
Avail. 8/1/06 Call 770-429-9331.
3BR/2BA, ATLANTIC Beach/ Mayport.
Deposit required $950/mo. Call Derrick
838-3730 or Christy 866-0820
NEPTUNE BY THE SEA, 3/2, 2 car gar,
NS/ NPP S160fnnmn +.ridn qndl)307.1Q9n

PVB 3BR/2BA: I-bar garage 1,300' l
lenced-in yard. $1300/mo 273-0999.

2BR/2BA. NEPTUNE Bcn, Marsnfronl
view, newly remodeled. $1100'mo -ae-
posit (904)753-2458
PVB CONDO- beautifully renovated 2/2,
.new appliances, wood Iloors. fireplace,
w/d, beach access 5 star amenities.
.$1000/mo. (Long Terml. 386-837-2799.
KERNAN BLVD, 312 condo, LR/DR com-:
.'bo, blast bar, garage. $S050/mo. TDO
Management Services. 2461125.
fumished $1050/monlnly. unlurnished.
$1100 monthly, available Aug. 887-5005
PONTE VEDRA. Walk To Beach Fumish-
ed 1BR/1BA, waler-lo-goll view, pool,
tennis $1250/mo. includes utilities.
.608-0962 or 396.9544.
2BR/2BA BEACHFRONT condo for long
term. $1800/mo 233-4224.

.KIRNEN & Beach Blvd 3BR'2BA lurnish.
PV- SAWGRASS 3BR 2 5BA, 2800sl. ed, washer/ dryer, pool, $1300/mo. Call
$1900/mo. 285-5419, 864-6492. 993-3642.

SOUTH JAX Bch. 2BR/2BA lully fumish-
ed, 1 car garage, lenced yard. Includes
wireless, inlernet, and cable. Completely
updated. 3 blocks from beach For photos
e-mail mariaeugeniaiojo@bellsoulh.net
$1500/month. Short or long term lease
(407) 394-5858
JAX BCH house 3BR/1BA, -completely
renovated, near school, hospital, beach.
NEP BCH, walk to beach from this charm-
ing 3/2 w/ fenced yard & garage. New.
paint & carpet. $1400/mo. 280-5142.
South Jax Beach 4 BLOCKS lo beach
3BR/1.5BA, 1550sf. pets ok. $1550/mo +
deposit. 994-6864, 422-6864.
JAX BCH. 3/1, 2 5 car gar, fenced yard,
$1400/mo 836 91h Ave N. 318-0044
ATLANTIC BEACH/ Royal Palms 1200sl
3BR/2BA w/tonus room. tolally renovated.
New Kitchen and appliances Nice big
yard $1200/mo. 591-2278
Street. Walk to beach or park New paint
Inside and out. Fenced backyard, pets OK
w/deposit, $1500/mo, 249-2793.
2BR/2BA W/OFFICE fully fumished, short
term/ Long term lease. Oakbridge Subdivi-
sion PVB area 699-2906.
PVB, EAST of A1A, 3'2 5, private back-
yard w/heated pool and spa. $1950/mo.
includes lawn & pool service. 280-5707.

Iloor, corner, on goil course. NS. $995mo
*deposl, negotiable (9041466-0230
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA. 2 blocks to,
beach, newly renovated, furnished
$1500/mo., non-furnished $1200/mo
PVB, OCEAN GROVE, 2BR/2BA, garage,
$1100/mo. 391-0029; ,399-5511 (eve-

OCEANFRONT 1 OR 2BR. weekly!
monthly, pool, 463-7343.
ATLANTIC BEACH Sea Place. lumished
2BR/2BA condo, $1300/mo 887-5005.

S. JAX Brn. 2BR. fully lurnished ocean- Timothy C. Bar
troni condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267 10x20. furniture,
www.rentjacksonvillepeach com Gayle N Phillti
10xi0. misc beo
homes Weekly/monlnly. V.si us al 5x10. misc tool
jaxbeachrenlalcom or 535-3911 or ture.
535-3828. Reginald B. ,
SB269, 5x10, mi
si% lbr"lB tmisc' electronic
er T. Guzz
ROOMMATE WANTED ,n Jax Bch 4 10x10. misc fur
blocks Irom beach.$700/mo including ulil- Jacqueline John
lies, hign speed inlernet and cable Se- 5x10, misc. boxi
curty deposit $700 Non-smoKer please Emily Curbello.
Call 904-566.8603 o0 566-8611. 10x10, misc bo
Annelhe B. Willit
SEEKING roommate'to share newly reno- 510, washer, rr
vated 2BR.1 5BA duplex 5 blocks from Richard T. Sm
beach. No pets, no smoking, lenced back-, 10x10, stove, m
yard, WDHU, $512.50/mo. Uiiliihes not in- es, misc. boxes,
eluded. Call (386)314-6165.
ROOM IN large home, swimming pool, Will be sold or
pool table, exercise equip.:874-0130. 10:00 AM, Satul
satisfy lien(s)'fo
ROOMMATE WANTED.- M/F $650 +1/3 fees. Dispositio
fees and utilities. Exclusive -Miravista, Am MiniStorac
gated, pool, hot tub, health club; water- lantic Beach, 1
front w/marina view., Room has own, bath- Storage reserve
room, brand new large unit, 2700sf.. and al bids and
(904)463-2845 compensate for
terfront neighborhood, big yard. Ihtersec- BL 7/ 26,8/2/06
tion of Atlantic & University. 5 min. from
J.U., Downtown or 95. $450/mo plus 1/3 NOTICE (
until. 993-7780.

3BR/2BA $1250/mo, Beautiful, newly ren-.
'ovated, many amenities. Realty Execu-
tives. Grand Cay Villas2BR/2BA 1100st
$1100/month 273-3939,'610-6460.

PONTE VEDRA, Summer House, 1BR. all
new, w/pool, fitness, spa, concierge, many
amenities. $875/mo. Avail. 8/15. Pets-wel-
come. (904)448-5591.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/1 condo, 791 As-
sisi Ln. Carpet, dishwasher, W/D, apple ,
community pool, $800/mo. 463-2399.

Wolf Creek Condo. New 3BR/2BA,
$1150/mo. 12748 Bentwater Dr. 4BR/2BA,
1900sf. $1400/month. Realty Executives
273-3939, 610-6460.
JAX Beach, luxury condo, 3BR/2BA,
$1100/mo. Must Seel 904-894-5835.

beach, 2BR/2BA +bonus, yard service
Included. S. Jax Beach $1350/mo.

3750sf multi-purpose building for lease.
Can be' divided, Call for details,
343-1919, 249-3214.


LEASE' OPTION to buy Ocean condo ."NOTARY, SERVICES available at your
Pelican Point 3BR 2BA, 8th floor, panor- convenience and your: location. Also,
amic view $2350,mo 607.4723 Documenl Services Records M.r age
menl, Courier Services 373.0630

FREE TO good loving home. 6yr. old fe-
male, long-haired Tabby, spayed, de-
clawed. Inside only. Best in 1 animal
home. 273-8236.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.
AKC MINIATURE German Snauzer pup-
py, free to good home. 5mos old, male,
answers to Tucker. 651-9526.

AKC CHIHUAHUA. Female, 8wk's, up to
date on shots/ worming. Aprox adult
weight 4 Ibs. $1200. 321-297-0633.
MALE AND Female Cockatiels with large
cage. $200. OBO. 710-0112.

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

August 2; 2006

Notice Is hereby given that the Code En-
lorcement Board ol nhe City ol Nepune
Beach. Florida. will conduct regular
monthly Public Hearing on Wednesday,
August 9, 2006. at 7:00 p.m.. In the City
SHail Council Chambers at 116 First Street,
Neptune Beach, Florida. The following
oases are on Ihe agenda:
Ordinance CEB 06-22N, 1506 Third
it a person decides to appeal any decision
made by Ine Board with respect to any
manler considered al such meeting or
hearing, he will need a record ot the pro-
ceealngs and for such purpose he may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record in-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal Is to De based
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286 26, Flori
da Slalutea, persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to panicipale
in Inis meeting should contact the. Ciry
Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 p m:, the
day ol the meeting.
Code Enlorcemenl Board
BL 8/2006


Monday. August 7. Adele Grage Cultu
Center, 716 Ocean Blvd.- Mayor Pro Ti
Tuesday, Augusl 8, 2006, Jordan Pa
1671 Francis Avenue Commisslor
Wednesday. Augusl 9. 2006, Donr
Park 2072 George Street Commissior
Thursday August 10, Oceanside Chur
ol Christ, 1025 Snug Harbor CI. Co
missioner Flelcher
. In accordance wln Ihe Americans a
Disabilities Act, persons needing a spec
accommodanton to participate in ihis pr
ceeding should contact Donna Bussi
City Clerk. at 247-5809 or at City Hall, 8
Seminole Road
BL 8/2/06

The Planning Commission for the City of
Jacksonvdlle Beach Florida will meet and
nold a public hearing on Monday, August
14. 2006 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council
Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd Street.
Jacksonville Beach to consider Ine follow.
ing ihree applications.
PC#17-06 Planned Unit Development:
PUD Zoning Amendment. Amendment to
Ordinance No '7411 as amended, gov-
erning I e South Beach Regional Shop-
ping Center, at 3790 South 3rd ;Street
The applicant proposes to amend Ihe prol-
eci narrative lor the PUD to include SIC
5211 dumber and building materials deal-
ers) to Ihe lisI of permined uses applicable
to Ihe K-Man parcel within Ihe shopping
center to allow a Home Depot retail store.
The applrcanl also proposes to modity the
parking layout within Ineir lease parcel, in-
cluding changing certain angled parking to
perpendicular parking. The property is lo-
caled at 3790 South 3rd Street, more
specifically described as South Beach
Regional-Snopping Center, Lot 4.
PC#19-06 Conditional Use approval lor
outdoor resiauran.t/ar sealing area in the
Central Business District: CBD zoning dis-
trict, pursuant to Section 34-345tdl17) or
Ihe Jacksonville Beach Land Development
Code The property is located at 333
SNonh lsl Street more specifically de-
scribed as Lots 1 & 2, Block 31, Pablo
Beach Nonnh.
PC#23-06 Conditional Use approval tor
a government use in a Residential. Single
Family. RS-2 zoning disiricl, pursuant to
Section 34-3371d)17) of the Jacksonville
Beach Land Development Code The City
proposes to construct a Community Cen-
ler!Recreallon Depanment Adminislration
Building al the Souln Beach Park The
S property is located at 2514 South Beach
Parkway, immediately soulh of the City
Fire Station located the southwest corner
or South Beach Parkway and Osceola
The above referenced applications are
available for review in the office of the
Planning and Development Department.
City Hall, 11 Norh 3rd Streel during nor-
mal business hours (M-F, 8-5).
Planning Commission
Ciry ol Jacksonville Beach

It a person decides to appeal any decision
by Ire Planning Commission with respect
to any mater considered at any meeting
suen person may need a record ol the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
urr record or Ihe proceedings is made.
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to' speak should sub.
mil the request to the recording secretary
prior to the beginning ol the meeting. "
in accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Seclion 286.26, Flori.
da Sialjes, persons wilh- disabilties
needing special accommodation to panic'.
pale in Ihis meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department
no later man 5'00 p.m on Ine day preced.
ir* g the meeting
BL 8,2.'06

S vs
GEORGE R LEMuUS. JR., Case 520717
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai an Adminlslra.
IlvC Complaint hns been filed against you
seeking to revoke your Law Enlorcement
Cenricale in accordance with Section
S943 1395 FS. and any rules promulgat.
ed thereunder.
You are required to serve a written copy of
your intent to request a hearing pursuant
1* Section 12057. F.S. upon Michael
Justice Prolessionalism Program. Florida
Department of Law Enforcement. PO.
Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida 32302-
1489. on or before September 20, 2006
Failure t o iC so: will result in a delault De.
ing entered against you to Revoke said
S certificahon pursuant to Section 12060.
FS, and Rule 1tB-27. FA C
Daled: July 20 2006
SBy:. s/ Stella. DeVaney, Division Repre-
BL 7.26. 8 2. 89. 8116

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DOG DAYCARE seeks part time person
lor fun leo Must be experienced working
wiln dogs, be flexible, dependable & nard
working 25-30hrs. Call lor Interview
EARN $100- $300'wk. lor pan-lime work.
9pm-9am .Need responsible,reliable stalf
member to work Independently ar our
office and from your home after hours
managing on call needs lor medical staff-
ing and homecare customers. Computer
and excellent office skills required. Call
241-1656 lor more information

needed pan-lime. Evening hours and ev-
rk, ery other Saturday. Apply within. Dirty
ner Blonde Salon, 2409 S. Third S.. No phone
calls please.

SCHpOL CROSSING Guards (Includes
retirement benells) and Telecommunica-
tions Operators IFTT, includes lull bene-
fits) needed by tne SI. Johns County Sher-
'lff's Office. EOE/DFW/VP. Call 904-810-
6683 for more information.

HELP WANTED classifitations 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 opponu-
nilies appear under the Business Opporu-
nilies category Ads which may require
payment oi fees for employment Informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask lor a fee,or if the advertiser
is offenng a product or service ralter than
a job opening, please nolify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.
ACCOUNTANT- P/T. PV United Melnod-
isl Payroll, accounts payable, records
contributions, prepares statements.
E-mail resume To job@pv-umc.org
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed lor busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
ous kennel experience preferred Applyrn
person. Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
Beach Blvd Jax Beach. 24162045.
UPSCALE PV Beach Salon needs front
desk/recepliontsl part ime Some eve-
nings and Salurdays. Call 285-0503.
SECRETARY- PTr, $14/hr. PV United
Methodist Publisnes bulletins & newslet-
ler, oversees office activities, assists other
staff. E-mail resume to job@pv-umc.org.
LITTLE EXPLORERS Preschool is now
hiring teachers and assistants for the new
school year Great pay and benefits avail-
hple after 2 webksl Call April @ 241-7075.
MOTHER'S HELPERi housekeeper flexi-
ble hours. Must'have relerences and-own
vehiole,273.0253., ,, iP : ,-.,:* -, .
KENNEL' TECH,- responsible" rnfotFrved
person needed' Sbulhside area, PfT.,will
train. Fax resume to 904-641-0702.
FRONT DESK. P/T- Outgoing, organized.
asserive Beaches Chiro. office Fax
280-1102, K5334449@ YAHOO.COM
Pan-lime every Friday and Saturday and
some holidays at a premier retirement
community to assist residents and visitors
in coordilnaiion wirl ihe Manager of Resi-
dent Services Applicants should De highly
organized and be able to communicate
and deal lactfully wiln Ihe public, residents
and family members under all conditions.
Prolrcient in Microsoh Outlook, Word, Ex-
cel and Power Point. Hotel, hospital,
CCRC or other retirement community or
hospitalrry experience helpful. Must be
willing to work holidays and olher shifts II
necessary. Applications at Fleel Landing
Security Gale One Fleet Landing Blvd,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax to
(904-246-9447. email:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE Drug-Free
day. 8a m.-2p.m Apply 266 Solana Rd.
PVB. or call 285-2656.
PT OFFICE Assistant, 10am-5pm, Mon &
Tues, 2-5pm, Wed-Fr,. $10.00/nr, must
be a people person, no office exp. req will
train Call Anna 242-0140 or email resume
annaix4@ aol.com
Self motivated, fast moving, flexible, multi-
task person. Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable transporlallon a must.
6pm-10'30pm, or later Call Debbie aher
2pm. 285-3400, ext 3352.
DRIVER NEEDED. Experience' in furniture
or appliance delivery helpful. 285-2426
washers needed.. Please apply in person
al Giovanni's, 1161 Beach Blvd, Jax Bch.
M-F. 11am-2pm. 249-7787.


Qualified candidate will be
familiar' with PageMaker,
PhotoShop 5 or .higher,
Illustrator 7 or higher, Quark
Express 4.1 or higher and
Adobe Acrobat. Macintosh
environment. Graphic arts
background and creativity
Responsibilities include
designing and building ads for
weekly newspapers, support-
ing design staff as necessary.
Candidate must be available
Wednesday from 12 to 7pm.
And other times as needed.
Send resume to:
Linda Borgstede
": The Leader Group, ,
S 1114 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250'
or fax to (904) 249-1501
or email to:
linda@beachesleader.com or

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COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area, P/T,
Call 285-5644

Earn $7-$12 per hour & cash bonuses
TelemarKeting.tor newspapers nationwide.
*"* r *
VENUS Call Center is looking for Order
Entry Reps. to take incoming calls Irom
our customers Excellent communication
skills/ keyboard skills and customer serv-
ice experience required Training class
starts Sept 5th, Mon.-Fri., 9am-4pm Day
and night shifts available. Call our job line
645-6000 prompt 2 EOE.
CITY OF Atlantic Beach. $10.53,nr,
$421/wk; $21,902yr+benelits Perlorms a
variety-ol manual labor tasks in maint &
repairing of City grounds & lacillties, Must
have valid FL Drivers License & satisfac-
tory driving record Applications accepted
until 8/09/06 and maybe obtained at 800
Seminole Rd. Atlanlic Beach, FL 1904)
247-5820 or ;www coab.us. No
smokers'iobacco users Drug testing con-
dueled. EOE
LITTLE EXPLORERS Preschool is now
hiring teachers and assistants lor the new
school year! Great pay and benetils avail-
able aher 2 weeks! Call April @ 241-7075
FT or PT noshlhostess. Good money, cas-
ual atmosphere, very busy, great people
to work with. 285-0139.
JOURNEYMAN TILE 'and stone Irstaller
Must have tools. truck, WC exemption FT
position, top pay. 476-3086.
REALTORS: THINK there's got .to be a
beller way to sell Real Estate? There Isl
Exciting Real Eslate opportunity, agents
needed -to handle our huge inventory ol
listings and buyer leads. Openings in our
Beach and Southslde offices. Call today
JAX BEACH Day Spa looking lor proles-
slonal skin care specialists. Please call
Mikl's 242-8008 or tax resume 997-9297.
busy Allantic Blvd. Salon. New grads also
welcome. 868-0972.

FULLTIme, 3pm-llpm at Premiere Retire-
ment Community Health Center. Excellent
benefit package, competitive wages, good
working environment. Applications availa-'
ble al Fleel Landing Security Gale, One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL,
Fax to (904)246-9447. e-mail to:
obs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/ Drug-Free
able cleaning! help.. Residenlial/Commer-
cial. Call 536-7676.
AIRLINE MECHANIC.- Rapid training for
high paying Aviation Career. FAA predicts
-severe shorage Financial aid if quality -
Job placement assistance. CALL AIM

Full-Time. 4pm-12.30am at a' premier re-
tirement community Some weekends and
holidays. Excellent benefits and great
work environment. Applications available
at Fleet Landing Secunty Gate, One Fleer
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach. FL 32233.
Fax to 904-246-9447; e-mail 1o
jobs@fleetlandlng.cpm EOE/ Drug-tree
BUSY WHOLESALE Fishery seeks Office
Assistant, duties include data entry, filing,
phone. Seafood experience preferred. Ap.
ply in person only after 2pm. C & C Fish-
Senes, 36 West 6th St., Atlantic Beach.
Needed FT, aays only w/ a carn-'do atti-
tude Light manufacturing & assembly
work exp. a must. Knowledge & use of
small machinery & ,ools required.'Looking
for someone who can follow instructions
Start at $7.50/nr. Call 249-3545 btwn
9am- 3pm only, Mon'- Fn.
Construction Worker
w/valid Flonda Driver s License. Experi-
ence helpful bul will train. Good salary 8
benetils. Apply at Suriside Pools, 313
Beach Blvd., 246-2666 or iax resume to.
249-8801, e-mail,. surlsldepools@aol.com.
needed. FT/ PT. Call aher 7pm. 645-9915.
FT AND PT Front and back office work.
Computer skills, typing skills, and organ.
zailonal skills required Exp. preferred but
not required 246-3232.
CSR-'INSURANCE agency. Must hold or
be willing to obtain, 4-40 license. Salary
based on experience Imrrimeadiale open-
ing Fax resume to 247-4449
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoasial areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
CAR HAULING. Soulneast Region.
$1,100+/weekl Great home time Compa-
ny paid benellis! Paid training for drivers
with minimum 1 year OTR experience.!
(912)571-9668 or (866)413-3074
MEDICAL BILLING Clerk. Exp. necessary.
Osteopath Office, 25-40/nrs. Email re-
sume: LMA11512@YAHOO COM
BRUCCI'S PIZZA PVB now hiring Line
Cook and Wail Staff. Call 280-7677. Ask
lor Bruce or Ian.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvements
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
w/valid Florida Driver's License. Experi-
ence helpful but will train. Good salary &
benefits. Apply: Surfside Pools, 313
Beach Blvd., 246-2666, or fax resume
249-8801, e-mail: surlsitepools @aol.com

The Beaches School
has the following openings:
Pre-Kindergarnen teacher must
have CDA certification.
Bachelor's Degree preferred
Extended day teacher

The Beaches
SS School

phone 249-0905 fax 249-5241
2049 Flonda Blvd
Fa.x or e-mail resume to Scon
Email: admrnillihebeacbesschool.com

Non-smoking office. M-F 8:15-5:15 $7,hr
Fax resume 247-6535 or mail to 599 Al-
lanilc Blvd. #4 Atlantic Beach, FL. 32223.

SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
11655 Central Pkwy #313, Jax, FL

some carpentry, cabinetry, masonry,
painling, tooling, ailing, gardening, also a
driver and housekeeper Call Madnu at
(954 609-8525
CARPENTERS & Helpers needed, Jax
Beach 693-3130
Aria Senior Living is seeking an experin
enced. energetic, self-motivaled individual
lor their assisted living facility at 14199
Wm Davis Parkway Exempi position,
Denelis PTO Please lax resume to 821-
good pay & benefits. company
vehicle/pnone, must have good diving re-
cord 568-8700
seeking an experienced Receptionisl for
Ineir assisted living lacilly at 14199 Wm
Davis Parkway. Benellts. PTO. Please fax
resume lo 821 -9879.
SEA TURTLE Inn is now hiring qualified
leaders lor Ine following positions: Chiel
Engineer, Front Ofice Manager, Fronl
Desk Supervisor, Front Desk Clerk. PBX
Operator, Cooks All positions are Ilexiole
shifts. Send resume or apply in person to.
HR Depl.. 1 Ocean Blvd., Allantic Beach.
32233 904-853-2331. Fax 904-249-5959.
e-mail: bacosla @sealunli.com EOE
GATOR IRRIGATION now hiring Irrigalion
repair technician. Must have minimum
5yrs experience and valid Florida drivers
license $14-15 per hour Call 838-5885.
THE ORIGINAL Pancake House is now
open in the SI Johns Town Center. We
are looking tor lull or pan lime Servers
and nosl/nostess with bright smiles and
positive ahiludes to help our flagship store
reach its lull potential. Please apply in pei -
son between,2pm-5pm, M-F.
OWNER OPERATORS: Did you average
$1 88 in your Tractor or $1.41. in your
Straight Truck last week? Our Owner Op-
erators didl Tri-Slare Expedited 18881320-

CARPENTERS & Helpers. Beaches area
Transponation & phone a must. 535-7356
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital looking
for a Velerinary Technician. exp require.
Apply wilin 28 Corona Rd., 285-7924.
vided Experience nol necessary we will
Iraln Call' 1-800-532-4991.
CAREGIVERS for the elderly needed
Live-in shifts up to 2, 3. 4 or 5 days per
week. Sl0/shift American Home Com-'
panions, 247-7495.
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospilal seeking
Receptionist with Customer Service expe-
rience. Apply wi;hin,. 28 Corona Rd.,
Pone Vedra, 285-7924.
seeking an experienced sell-motivared
housekeeper lor Iheir laciliry located at
14199 Wm Davis ParKway. Benefits, PTO,
flexible hours. Please lax resume to 821.
LAWN SERVICE looking for exp. help-
ers. Call 249-7883.
personal skilled and unskilled excellent
pay. 249-8147 or 726-5661.
WE'RE RAISING pay for Florida Regional
drveisl Home every weekend! Home dur-
Ing the week Solid weekly miles 95% no
louchl Preplanned frelghlt $ 43 per mile
Heartland Express 18001441-4953
www.heanlandexpress com.

Full-Time with great benefits and Work en-
vironmenl at a premier retirement com-
munity Experience preferred.. Applca-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gale, One Fleet Landing Blva., Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233. Fax to 904-246-9447,
mail to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE
Drug-free Workplace
10am- 5pm, Mon- Fri. Line Cook. Excep.
nional pay. Great people to work with
experience necessary, will train. Must be
able to work in the heat and be a non-
smoker while al work $7/hr. to start; more
S wilh experience. Call AAron 861-7431
miles per week with our dry vans. Out 10- '
14 days. Top pay FSC on ALL MILESI
Trinity lationwiae Carriers 1866)398-
BEACHES CAR Wash- tull lime help
needed, Wages negotiable+ lips. Benelils
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd
DRIVER- Hiring qualified divers for Cen.
tral Florida local and national OTR posi-
lions. Food grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps Great benefits, compelilive pay
and new equipment Need 2 years experi-
ence Call Bynum Transport for your op-
portunity today; 1800)741-7950
PASTRF SHOP hiring Manager to over-
see customer service functions in our one
ol a kind business Working environment
is fun & lasi paced. F/T, Tues- Sat, com-
petitive pay Call 285-2656 or apply in
person 266 Solana Rd., PVB
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean diving re-
cord required Call April, 246-9999.

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-

SFull Time

Apply in person
Or email Bruce Bende Brue.BeneRN PA, nt

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CALL ABOUT our Drivers Ihat average
$70K-, per year Quality home time- every
week' CDL-A, 2yrs. experience required.
DRIVERS $1000+ WKLY Greal Miles.
Homeilme 3 Bonus 36-43cpm'$1 20pm
$0 Lease NEW Trucks CDL-A + 3 mos
OTR Local Orienialron (800)635-8669.

SERVERS, LINE Cook, Disnwashers,.
Fine Dining JJ's Bislro. Ponte Vedra,
273-7980. Gate Parkway, 996-7557.
lime Exp a plus. Great benelils Fax re-
sume lo 721-3972 or apply in person at
The Atrium. Retirement Community,
9960 Airium Way.

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We arecourrently acepiing applications:for energetic, customer
service oriented team members for the following'positions:
Front Desk Agent
Catering Set-Up Attendant
Men's Locker Room Attendant
Great opportunity to work in an oceanfront resort with
terrific earning potential. We offer an excellent benefits package
including medical/dental, life insurance, sick and vacation days,
and discounts at our retail outlets, golf course and spa.

Apply in person to:
607 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

For additional information call 280-6076
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464
rEiDrig Free Workplace OE

At Ponte Vedra ReaCh

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Medical Center Beaches'

Baptist Medical Center Beaches
1350 13" Avenue South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Apply online anytime at:www.Ebaptisthealth.com

Director Med/Surg & Women's Services
RN Progressive Care Nights Full-time
Nursing Support
Associate Care Providers, Full-time, Part-time, PRN
Critical Care/Progressive Care
Clinical Professional
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Full-time 2:30-11 p M-F & PRN
Lab Assistant Sat/Sun 4a-12:30p
Endoscopy Surgical Tech GE Lab Full-time

Dietary & Housekeeping
Immediate interviews $8.50 hour
Food Service Associates [I Full. Part-time. Weekends
Food Service Associate II works 1 la-7:30p
w/rotating weekends
Cashier every other Sat/Sun 6a-2:30p
Receiver/Storeroom day shift

Environmental Services Technician.
Full-time. Part-time. Weekends
Shifts 4p-12:30a or 3p-11:30p or 5p-1:30a
Floor Finisher 7a-3:30p

Baptist Medical-Center-Beaches.
Baptist Medical Center-Beaches is an equal opportunity employer.

August 2; 2006 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader age Y/

Foreman Apply 7am, TNT Landscape.
1074 10th Ave S.. Jax Beacn. 247-4477
MANAGER in holistic, Internal medical ol-
fice Full /pan lime secretarial, clerical
and support of M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required In answering phones,
computers, communications andpublic-re-
latlons. Must be enthusiastic, dependable,
consistent, and an excellent match. Fax
resume with references, no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Arts Center,
FAX (904)246-3778.
Bartender,Liquor Store Clerk, Door Per-
son, Must be aole to work days, nights,
weekends, and holidays. Must pass drug
' test and background check. Call Robertn
SALES POSITION available for a well es-
lablished marble and granite imponer lo-
cated at the beach. Knowledge ol stone
materials and design helpful Salary and
benefits negotiable upon experience Fax
resume to 241-3204.
Irrigation Is seeking a mature inaiviaual
with a minimum of 3 years supervisory ex-
perience Excellent driving record re-
quired. Top wages to Ihe righ person Call
Bnan at 249-5214 to arrange interview

Full-lime ,n our Maintenance Depanment
Monday-Friday at a premier retirement
community Excellent benefits and work
environment To apply: Applications avail-
able at Fleet Landing Security Gale. One
Fleet Landing Blvd Atlantic Beach, FL
32233; Fax to 904-246-9447; e-mail to
S jobs@fleetlanding.con EOE/ Drug-Free
: Workplace. j
STITCHES AND Screens Is looking for
embroidering operators Experience pre-
ferred. And also entry level screen printing
help. Immediate hire. Please call 962-
Join our leaml It you can excel at inside
sales & desire a last-paced work environ-
,ment, we may nave an excellent
opportunity lor you You will loin a Nation-
aicompany & work in Ponle Vedra Beach.
S Ideal candidate will have 1 + years experi-
ence inside sales .customer service, or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. FT. no eve-
nings or weekends. Fax resume:
(9041285-0010 or e-mail:
needed, top pay., ovenime available, call
F/T HOUSEKEEPER. Energetic, self mo-
tivaled individual needed. Apply in person,
Ashlord Court Assisted Living, 1700 The
Greens Way, Jax Bch, must enjoy working
with te elderly. DFWP/ EOE.
Seeking responsible persons lor private
company. Must be bondable Serious in-
quiries only. Leave msg at 716-8824.
NAIL TECH needed lor day spa in Jax
Beach, no acrylics Call Miki at 1904)
2550-7A Maypon Rd Nail Tech & Hair
Stylist. Call lor details. 525-2164 ask lor

Ponte Vedra CPA and financial planning firm.
Candidate should be energetic and detail
onented, able to function in a last paced
environment. Professional image. excep-
iional oral and wrinen communication
skills and commitment to teamwork are
essential. Responsibilites to include mar-
keting/client communication, linacial/ac-
counting suppon and administrative du-'
lies. Fax cover letter and resume o10904-

INK AND Toner Refill in Beaches area
High proillts, Untapped potential. Easy to
operate. 247-3815
ALL CASH candy roule Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, free candy. All
lor $9995. (888)629-9968 BO2000033.
Call us: We will not be undersoldl
OPEN UNIQUE FL wine shop. VInce 1-
800-338-7923. www.flwine.com

WARNING. WHILE Inis 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 whicr, will result in sub-
stantlal charges lo your phone bill, ine
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
ol offerings in inis classilication. II any ad-
vertiser requires you lo incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a tee to learn me na-
ture ol the opponunity, please report II to
Tne Beaches Leader, 249-9033.
da, Full-Line, All Brands Great equipment
& suppon. Financing available wi$6K
down. Tom- (954) 971-9301, BO#2002-
JAX BEACH. Smooihler' Conee Cale
widrve-lnru. Must sell! 249-3014.

OPENING FOR infants to 3 years old, full
or part-time reasonable rates, references.
Call 220-7493
ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
Iransportalion & references. $9-$11/hr..
any area. CPR & First Aid. FT & P/T
260 4915

Beaches Mobile Skin Care by Kimberly. I
come to you offering facial services and
microdermbrasion. Call for an appt
www.beachesmoblle @ yahoo.com.

COMPANION/ SITTER for elderly. Tired
ol agencies? Experienced, local, honest.
724-2010. -
IF YOU are Interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email. classified@ Deacnesleader.com

GRACO AIRLESS Paint Sprayer,
3/4 GPM 150 gals. run through II. 100' ol
hose, whip hose and swivel. $400 OBO.
PRO SPORT C 800 Bench press 150ib
plate weight Like new 250 or best olfer
ANTIQUE BUFFETT. 1950's 5500 King
size bed $150 612-7639
BETA PLAYER, also, hundred plus bela
videos-- broadway shows, tv specials, etc
904-249-9340. After noon only. Reasona-
ble price. Entire collection-no panial sales
SOLID OAK luton w/manress, excellent
condition. $175 998-9048.

CYPRESS VILLAGE Salel Nicel Victorian:
desk, rare side lock chest, morel SlIckley
IDI Super till top Ibl. Sliver, glass, old ra-
zors, Irons, etc. Recliners. love seals
Kitch, gar. 2 BRs full Early No's @ 228
4in Ave S. Jax Bcn *@ 8 am. After 8 15 go
dlieclly to 13737 WM Davis Pkwy nr
Mayo Clinic Thurs 9.4, Fri 9-3 241-0344
CHINA CAT cninacaiantiques corn.
A BEACH Estate 408 Upper 361h Ave S.
Jax Bch off AA Nos @ house. Lois Vicl
lurn. Silver pi tea set. Hawkes cut crys
Cute old rarlan. Secretary. desk. morel
Fn., 9-4. Sal 9-3 CHINA CAT 241 0344


AT&T PARTNER phone system 5 phones 40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
inslalled for $899. 249-8877 bortown Marina. $169K. 463-2845.
BODY SOLID multi- station weight lifting 1988 GLASS STREAM Spirit, 21'. New
machine, exc cond $150 246-5971 Magic Till trailer. 74L, 330np Merciuiser
engine & ouidnve. $6000 OBO 704-6717.

Living Room Set, sola love seat. recliner.
beige, brown, and green mixed Pattern.
Asking $350. Dining Set- Tile top, llgni
wood like new asking $275 Fulon-
Oueen .size, contemporary cover. like
new. asking $300 Call 280-8651. Lv.
BED- BRAND name queen set,
new, wiwarranty $129. Can deliver
POOL TABLE. regulation size. Non-com-
mercial grade Barely used. Great toir old-
er kis/ teens $225 Call Phyllis 241-5820.
NEW LOCKING display cases For dis-
playing collectibles. $20 each. 249-6428.

boat slip lor rent. 40n. $500, 50tSO $600.
TRIC, DOCK LOCKER Cable and phone
service available @ slip. Mobile luelserv.
Ice & pump out also available. 463-2845

VESPA- STYLE 50cc scooter. Like new,
candy apple red wi bubble storage carrier.
280 miles. Ride the beach in srylel $800

LIFT CHAIR, never used, $700 (save 2002 HONDA SHADOW Ace, incl. acces-
$2951, Wheeled walker $75 Bath bench series 48 org miles. garage kept Illness
w/back $50. 249-5956. forces sale. $5500 247-1417.

FENDER DELUXE Amp $500. Fender
Bass Amp $250 Call 610-9047.
BEAUTIFUL OLD tiger oak piano. Great
sound, good condition. $200. 246-4187.

HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Inslallatlon,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD


MATURE. HIGHLY experienced, seeks
patient, live in/ out References 645-8394.

CAREGIVER FOR elderly, 15yrs. experi-
enoe. CPR cenriled. Honest, Irlendly, car-
ing M-T-W-F, real's. 568-7309
-DO YOU need relief Irom caring lorelder-
ly or sick loved ones? I am state li-
censed, Alzheimers trained, experienced
and great references. Call Sherry.
904-541-1214 904-477-1036.

LIKE NEW Pickled Maple 3 piece enter-
rainment center $795, china cabinet $595,
desk-china combo. $595 gentlemen mir-
row,top ol chest $85 rattan king sized
head board $65. 223-5211.
MILITARY MRE IMeals-Ready-to-Eal).
Cases, FRESH, be PREPARED lor
HURRICANE SEASON. 12 meals in a
case, 10yr shell tile. 607-5606.
BED- KING mapress set, $289. Can de-
liver. 1904)391-0015.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email. classiiled@beachesleader.com
LOOKING TO buy or co-own a kiln tor
weekly use. 710-1420
LICENSED PRIVATE Collecror wants mili-
tary items: Guns, edged weapons, med-
-als. web gear, etc. Call 591-9466.
BUYING 45'S Irom 1950-69, Rock. Soul.
R&B, also lacrory reel to reel rapes. 803-
270 8930, 803-270 8940.

MOVING SALE. Tools, lumilure, and
truck. Saturday 9-6. 3603 1st Souln.

day 8am-? 533 14th Ave. South.
MOVING SALEI Everything must got Call
anytime 904-894-5835 lor directions
MOVING SALE. Furniture. clothes, lots of
household items; and much much more.
Saturday 8/5. 9-5. 2026 101h St N.

LEATHER COUCH- Natuzzl brand, con- JEWELRY, COLLECTIBLES, vintage lace
tempory style bunerscolcn color, exc. curtains, much much more. Saturday
cond. $650 OBO. 242-9179. 7:30a m. 618 9th Ave. N.

BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed,
w/mattress & box spring. Must sell. $395.
Can deliver (904)858-9350
MOVING SALE glass brass dining table, 6
upholstered chairs. sole, desk, lamps, end
tables and more. 246-2219.

BIG YARD Sale--829 15th Ave. So. Fri-
day, Saturday-& Sunday, 9am-5pm.

KING SIZE Mattress and other misc.
items. Saturday 8/5. 8-?. 405 Sanibel Ct
in Nepturj By Ihe Sea.

2005 HARLEY Ultra Classic, 4.700m1.,
exc cond extra chronime. Asking $18,900.
Hm (904)223-3198, cell. (904)881-8120.

SEWING MACHINE.Repairs. Complete
tune-up All makes, all models. $49.50.
241-2112. -
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
tial Cleaning. LaWn Care. 'Auto Cleaning,
,Window Cleaning, Jannorial .Services, etc.
Call Hermon. 246-4238,. 612-1755.
,* .* ., '*,

HANDYMAN- HOUSE, Yard, Hauling. Call

PADGETTS A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated.-When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis at 588-5222.
Free Estimates. License CAC1814887

AMY'S CLEANING service. 12 years ex-
perience, reference, tree estimates. 220.

Dodge turbo diesel. 23tl. Must sell 904-

1997 KIA Sponage 100K miles. Looks
and drives new. 4WD, Auto, Cold A/C,
must sell. $2,900 OBO 716-2586.
2000 DODGE Dakola SLT Club Cab. 4x4,
V-8, 4.3L. 96.500mi. Loaded, bedllner,
Top, extras. $9100 OBO. 904-251-4100.
92 CHEVY 7 passenger custom van, 20
serles,6 cyl., A/C, automatic transmission,
power windows, excellent condition,
$3,500. OBO. 641-2574.
1986'F150, good condition, runs. $1200
OBO. 220-2061.

1986 SAAB 900S. 5spd, hatchbacK, A/C,
CD, new tires, one owner,,112k original
miles, looks and drives great, $1150 OBO.
2003 CAMRY LE. Still under warranty
25K miles. $14,500. 246-8914 or 504-
1997 JEEP Wrangler. 4.0 engine. A/C/,
4WD $6,700.. Or 2000 PT Cruiser
$5,400. 535-2873.
2003 MERCEDES C240, 45k miles. 6spa,
4dr., Silver/grey leather, 6 CD. moonrool,
exc condition. $20.800. 19041334-6686.
BMW 5281 2000 Siepironic winless than
2000 miles on new eng. and transmission.
While/ tan Int. 6 disc CD, power every-
thing inc. neadrests and tilt steering, ulti-
male nr. package, new ires. memory
seats: tinted windows, the list goes on
Great looking car, smooth ride. 2 yr war.
ranty on new BMW engine. Call 476-6772
or iinaruss2003@yanoo.com lor more de-
tlails and/or pics. $21K OBO.

PALM TREES,. Hedges Tnmmed, Yard
Clean-ups Mulching,; Sodding. whatever il
lakes, etc. Dave 249-4724.'
CHEAP MOE'SI Complete lawn service.
Most yards only $20. (904)422-0593.

Ices, single pieces to entire house, also
pick up Trom stores and deliver to your
door, 23yrs exp., free estimates. (904)

- PRESSURE WASHING, qualgy work at
reasonable price. Call Nick 349-5990.
Sale, rool cleaning: Deck & fence
restoration'. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin .994-0045.
PRESSURE WASHERS lor rent or sale..
Tucker Equipment Rental 246-1330.

WILL CLEAN your home Reasonable, de-T s 9555881 or 343-
pendable, insured Connie's Clean ALL ABOUT Services 955-5881 or 343
Sweep. 710-6896. 1437.

beaches preferred power washing.
Licensed/ Insured Scott 207-2358

NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men-
tion this ad. 246-1529.
Iree estimates, work guaranteed, licensed
PAINTING & repairs by Dean. Interior/ex-
terior painting. All types o repairs, busi-
ness & residential Fully lic. & insured

1996 FORD Mustang, Super clean car.
very strong motor. all schneuled mainie-
nance peaormeO. 2nd owner. real Car'
338-4303 or 476-2394
TWO JEEP Cherokees, 4 wheel drive.
both 1982, 2-door. $500/eacn 612-8060
or 613-5178.
RESTORED 1967 Cadillac Coupe Deville
PhotoAlbum4 hlml Serious Offers Only,
1996 CHEVY Blazer 4x4, loaded, nice
cond., 87K mi., Make offer. 249-2943
4XDR 1988 Red Jeep with extra tires and
'white rims as is condition. $600. Call
2000 NISSAN Ul!ima GXE, excellent con-
dition, low miles, 4 door, power windows,
locks, cruise, new lires. $7400 OBO
FIAT 500 D. 1966. Classic RED 27K orig
miles. Excel cond. Runs great. $8500

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CGC 1505263. Commercial & Residential.
New homes, room additions, remodeling
stucco, siding. Any small rusn repairs.
Quality.Guaranleed. Affordable prices.
Free estimates. (904)234-1179
HOME IMPROVEMENTS- interior & exile
nor, carpentry, specialized n doors, trim.
decks, plywood, etc. Custom crahsman-
ship. Lie.& ins. (904)755-6898.
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HANDYMAN SERVICES interior or exte-
rior from A-Z. Call Bill at 228-9241.

Painting, carpentry, waier proofing, pres-
sure washing, tile work, drywall.

BIG SCREEN TV 53" Sony, queen size
bedroom set, $1500 for all or can be splil
up. 483-1032.

ROOFING, IN-TOWN prices @ ihe
Beach 25yrs. experience. 880-9908

cent average 51,294-$1.523'wk No expe-
rience" On the road training available
1800)771-6318. www.primernc com.

FURNITURE, KIDS books electric guitar.
lots more sltu 235 South Roscoe Blvd


18 2002 Four Winns Bow Rider Ski Boatl
190HP, Super clean. All the extra si War-
arniled engine! Sunsport inleriorl Call
Jane (9011226-8043
TWO TWIN beds w oak headboards in
good condiron $200 tor bolh. 246-8250
CANNONDALE ROAD Racer Bike. very
good condition. $400 OBO 248-9065
KENMORE LARGE capacity washer. Ex-
cellent condlion $225 904-993-2134
2005 MALIBU LS 4,000 miles 4 Door, Sil.
ver Color Like new $14,000. 955-1745

ing. Most residential pools $25/week+
chemicals Licensed, Insured We make
your lile a little easier. 285-0240

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Trees, trimming, Licensed, 242-2546.
SOUTHSIDE TREE Service Enhance the
beauty of your trees PALMS TRIMMED.
904-318-0569 Alan DeLoach

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ABOVE: Jaguars receiver
Matt Jones gets ready to
make a touchdown catch dur-
ing seven-on-seven drills
Monday evening at training
TOP RIGHT: Cornerback
Rashean Mathis. right, breaks
up a pass intended for receiv-
er Charles Sharon on the
Saturday, the first day of
Jacksonville Jaguars presea-
son training.
Cousin grabs an interception
during defensive secondary
drills in the second of two
practices Monday.

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