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OCTOBER 4,2006

Not only the audience is

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Vol. 44, No. 30


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

Home Depot

gets first OK

in Jax Beach

Home Depot officials Monday moved one
step closer to ending the two-year fight for
space in the South Beach Regional Shopping
Center just north of Ponte Vedra Beach.
After hearing hours of testimony by citizens
and experts hired by those on both sides of
the issue, the Jacksonville Beach City Council
voted unanimously to amend the. original
Planned Unit Development iPUDi agreement
for the shopping center. The change will
allow for the sale of lumber and other build-
ing materials.
Because the standard industrial classifica-
tion I(SIC) code regulating the sale of such
items was not included in the original 1989
agreement, a PUD amendment is required for
the home improvement store to occupy the
former KMart site at the front of the center.
"The PUD has been anchored historically
by two large tenants a grocery store and
KMart. A Bed, Bath and Beyond replaced the
grocery store and KMart is empty," Home
Depot attorney Gary Hunter said.
"A vacant shopping center at JTB and A1A"
is not in the city's best interests, he said.
A council workshop will be held next week
for officials to hammer out several conditions
and restrictions proposed to ease concerns of
the city and the community. A final public
hearing on the PUD is scheduled Oct. 16.
The Jacksonville Beach Planning
Commission in August recommended
approval of the amendment with conditions.
Those proposed conditions would prohibit
the outdoor display and storage of merchan-
dise, loss of landscaping and lumber pickup at
the customer canopy on the east sidl~.o thke.
Home Depot officials revised plans- to save
the majority of the mature hardwood trees in
landscaped islands, pledging to replace any
trees lost during the parking lot modifica-
tions, but requested loading at the customer
canopy because "it's the only location where
a flat bed can be located."
"1I have a lot of homework to do before I
could put this to bed," Councilman Rick
Knight said Monday.
Many of the professionals in the medical
office complex abutting the property
obtained legal counsel to help protect their
interests and their investment that, they,
claimed, would be marred by traffic and noise
associated with the project.
If the project gets final approval, the exist-
ing KMart building will be demolished and a
new Home Depot will be built on the site
using the 86,479-square-foot building foot-
print. The 9,200-square-foot garden center
will be relocated to the west side of the store
next to Steinmart.
Demolition is expected to take four weeks
to complete.

County quits

$1.4 million

in bad debts

I photo by ROB DeANGELO
Nease High's Paige DePriest returns a short serve against Pedro Menendez High
last Thursday. The Panthers rolled to a three-game sweep. Highlights of the match
.,in Local Roundup on.page B-1.

The St. Johns Board of
County Commissioners voted
Tuesday to let go of about $1.4
million in uncollected debts
the county is owed for utilities
and Emergency M.edical
Services (EMS).
The bulk of that debt $1.2.
million owed for emergency
fees amounts to more than
half of the $2.2 million that
EMS expects to collect in serv-
ice fee revenue this year.
Most of that debt reflects a
256 percent increase in the
emergency treatment of the
homeless and people living in
poverty, according to Steve
Canfield, chief of finances for
EMS in the county.
"It [uncollected debt] is the
cost of doing business today in
medical services," Canfield
said in an inter-iew Tuesday.
Every year the County
Commission makes the deci-
sion to forgive these outstand-
ing debts, which are past due
by at least a year.
Though a debt collection
agency still attempts to collect
the money, the county'
removes that amount from its
expected revenues to keep the
budget balanced.
"It's just a good business
practice,."., .D,awx i.,,Car.d nas
with the Office of Budget

Management said Tuesday.
"The truth is, there's just no
way to force the people to pay
Canfield said the county
attempts to collect EMS fees
for sLx months before turning
the debt over to a collection
This year the department
sent $705,000 to a collection
agency, which was able to col-
lect $59,000 of that, or 8 per-
Over the past couple of
years, EMNS services have annu-
ally rendered between
$600,000 and $700,000 in
debt that must be written off.
This year's write-off totals
were unusually high $1.2
million because an extra six
months of debts were packed
into the traditionally 12 -
month fiscal year totals.
Canfield said this is because
of a switch to a new software
system that manages EMS
accounts. The department
wanted to clear all the
accounts under the old system.
Nonetheless, the annual
EMS debts are increasing, and
Canfield said this is not just
because of more ambulance
trips for homeless residents.
It also has to do with a new
policy adopted by certain
insurance companies, in which *
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Jail house art offers consistency for young offenders


A new exhibit of teen artwork
opened with a reception Friday at
the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach, but none of the artists attend-
ed. That's because most of them are
in jail.
Works by young offenders who
have taken part in serious crimes,
the exhibit called "Art in the Jail"
will hang through Oct. 28 at the
center at 50 Executive Way, Ponte
More than 45 works, including
works of art and creative writings
done by juvenile offenders, are on
Three of-the adults who work with
the program, which was launched in

1998 by the Cultural Council of
Greater Jacksonville, the State
Attorney's Office and Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office, talked about the pro-
gram at Friday's event.
"It's an exciting program," said
Martha McManus, education pro-
grams manager for the Cultural
Tony Rodrigues, the program's
visual art teacher, and Mary Baron,
its creative writing teacher, have
been working with young inmates
for more than two years.
Rodrigues took pictures of the
exhibit so he could take them back
to the artist-inmates, the vast major-
ity of whom are still in jail.
"They get a real kick out of seeing
people looking at their work," said

"When we first started doing this
last year, Ponte Vedra invited,us to
do a show. A member of the State
Attorney's Office videotaped the
exhibit, and one of the things the
kids were real interested in sur-
prised.at was that people were
reading their poems and looking at
their paintings."
The program is for ages 13 to 17.
They are juveniles who have been
jailed as adults because of the severi-
ty of their crimes.
"The same population takes the
two classes at the same time," said
McManus. "On Tuesdays they go to
visual art. On Thursdays, it's creative
writing time. The next week they
"What we find is often those two
classes sort of feed on each another.

Sometimes what they're doing in
writing will affect the art, sometimes
the art will affect the writing," she
McManus said she visits the jail
"1I always go the first day of class
and the last day of class.On the first
day, I do sort of an introduction and
a welcome. The last day of class we
have a little celebration, and we give
out certificates for those who com-
pleted the course," she said.
';ft is always fun to see them work-
ing, and to see the final product."
Baron is an English professor at
the University of North Florida,
where she's taught writing and


Ponte Vedra teens named

Nat'l Merit semifinalists

Four Nease High seniors and
a Episcopal High School senior
from Ponte Vedra Beach are
semifinalists in this year's
National Merit Scholarship
The teens are among 16,000
semifinalists who can try for
$33 million in Merit
Scholarships in the spring.
Semifinalists are the top
scorers on the Preliminary' SAT
taken in the fall of the junior
year. More than 1.-4 million
juniors in nearly 21,000 high
schools took the qualifying
The Nease High semifinalists
are Kellie L. Crowthers,
Jonathan NM. Gendzier,
Bradford L. Howick and Carol
A. Skordas.
Matthew D. Cosby of Ponte'
Vedra Beach, who attends
Episcopal High in Jacksonville,
also was named a semifinal-

Other St. Johns County stu-
dents who made the cut are
Kathleen NM. Maxwell, a senior
at Bartram Trail High in
Northwest St. lohns County,.
Alessandra P. Smolek from St.
Augustine High School and
John B. Fuller of St. Jloseph
Academy in St. Augustine.
About 15,000 semifinalists
will advance to-the finalist cat-
egory. To be named a finalist,
students must earn SAT scores
that confirm their earlier
scores, maintain an outstand-
ing academic record and be
recommended by the school
About half the finalists will
be selected to receive $2,500
National Merit Scholarships.
But finalist status also puts
students in line to compete for
corporate and business scholar-
ships as well as grants from
individual colleges and univer-

About 300 business entities
will underwrite about 1,100
corporate-sponsored scholar-
ships for finalists who meet
specific criteria, such as being
the child of a grantor employ-
ee or residing in a community
where sponsor offices are locat-
About 200 colleges and uni-
versities. .are expected to
finance' about 4,600 Merit
Scholarship awards for finalists
who attend the sponsor insti-
The annual National Merit
Program is conducted by the
National Merit Scholarship
Corp., a nonprofit organiza-
tion that was established in
1955 and operates without
government assistance.
Merit scholarship winners
will be announced starting in

photo by CHUCK ADAMS
A Nease High pep band plays outside the Winn-Dixie store in Ponte Vedra Beach Saturday
while football players inside the store sign a banner to be displayed at Winn-Dixie, the official
sponsor of the Nease Panthers. See another photo, A-10.

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The St. Johns County Council on
Aging is offering flu shots at the Palm
Valley Community Center 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Thursday and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30
p.m. Oct. 12.
The cost is $25, but the shot is free
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The Council on Aging also will
offer flu and pneumonia shots at
the following senior centers:
Coastal Community Center;
180 Marine St., St. Augustine; 9 I
a.m. to 1 p.m. today, and 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday and Oct. 11.
Trout ,Creek Pavilion, Trout
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Call 823-4810 to sign up for
any location and to be assigned a
Fall plant sale Oct. 15
The Natural Living Alliance of
St. Johns County will hold its
second annual fall plant sale
from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
15, at the Coastal Community
Center, 180 Marine St., St.
There will be two free work-
shops during the sale: "Organic
Home Gardening 101" and
"Seasonal Pruning in N.E.
Florida" from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
For information, e-mail natu-
rallivingall@Cbellsouth or call 827-
She tells of sea shells
A lecture on Northeast Florida
sea shells will be given at noon
Friday at the Guana reserve edu-,
cation center south of Ponte
Vedra Beach.'
Visitors can bring brown bag
lunch and questions for the lec-
ture, which is included in the V
price of admission to the center:
$2 for adults and $1 for ages 10
to 17.
The center is located near the
Guana dam off State Road AIA
about 12 miles south of Mickler
Road. For more information call

Mustang stampede set
Ford Mustangs going back 40
years will be featured 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday at the fifth annual
Mustang Stampede at World Golf
Village in central St. Johns
The event, which also will fea-
ture a children's Halloween cos-
tume'contest at 1 p.m., is free
and open to the public.
VWorld Golf Village is off 1-95 at
International Golf Parkway.
Fire house has event
A community open house will
be held 11. a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 14, at fire Station
10 in Ponte Vedra Beach off State
Road AiA.
The free event is. hosted by the
St. Johns County Fire-
Rescue/Ponte Vedra Volunteer
Fire Department.
Featured will be "Patches" the
fire-fighting robot, demonstra-
tions of a fire extinguisher and, a
police dog, Life Flight helicopter
tours, a' fire truck slide, a ladder
truck and complimentary hot
dogs, cake and refreshments.,

Writers seminar set
A free mini-seminar on becoming a
published author will be held from 1
p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, at
Borders Books and Music, 8801
Southside Blvd., Suite 10.
Frank Gromling's "Nobody Ever Told

Me It's That Difficult: The Truth about
How to Become a Published Author"
will cover writing for publication,
major types of publishing, how to sub-
mit, and what publishers expect.
This event is open to the public. For
more information call Borders Books
and Music at 519-6500.

Hearing delayed
An appeal by Ruth's Chris Steak
House to the St. Johns County
Commission was postponed Tuesday
until November. Ruth's Chris seeks a
second wall sign, which was denied by,
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A 24-year old Duval County man was
arrested on charges of fleeing and attempt-
ing to elude a law enforcement officer and
driving on a suspended license early Friday.
Deputies responding to a report of a suspi-
cious vehicle in the 900 block of Ponte
Vedra Boulevard at 11:30 p.m. Thursday
saw a white Oldsmobile similar to the one
he was looking for stopped with its lights
off and with three men inside. The deputy
attempted to conduct a traffic stop but the
Oldsmobile sped- away, driving around a
second patrol car. The driver then .stopped
in the 1000 block of Ponte Vedra Boulevard
when additional deputies responded. A
computer check.revealed that the driver's
license had been s suspended several times.
The driver was booked into the county jail.
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A resident of the 1000 block of
.Ravenscroft Lane off Palm Valley Road
reported that her debit card had been used
three times without her knowledge in
Louisiana. Total.amoount debited was $586.
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A 17-yeai-old Ponte. Vedra boy reported
that several: items were stolen from his car
while it was parked in the NeaselHigh park-
ing lot Sept-;27. Audio equipment valued at
$1,130 was reported stolen after the thief
broke the passenger side rear. window,
according to the.report.

A resident'of Salt Marsh Circle reported
'Sept. 26 that someone' stole patio, furniture
valued at $2,500. from -her back porch some
time between July 25 and Sept: 26, when.
the family was away.

A teen employee of a business in the 100
block of Fairfield Boulevard reported, that
her puise was stolen between 9:30 p.m. and
10 p.m. Friday while.she was getting ready
to close the'business. ,She told' police she
threw her purse outside by her car at the
back of the store.and it was gone when she

The manager of a Shell service station in
Ponte Vedra reported that an employee'
accepted a driver license and credit card 'as
collateral for $25 w orth of gasolirie on Sept.
24 but that the woman who got the gaso-
line did not return 6)by four days -later. A
deputy was unable to locate the woman
from the address on the driver's license.
,* '
A St. Johns '.County Sheriff's deputy'
reported that he 'fesponded'to an' alarm call
at Old Ponte Vedraicondoh iniums Sept. 28.
When the deputy closed -'an open door at
the condominium, the -handle bent. The
value of the handle is $50" .
I '
A woman visiting her. son in the. Ponte
Vedra Lakes area Friday reported that her
2006 Acura and its keys were missing about,
five minutes after.a friend of her sd'n sid he


was going home and left. Police were alert-
ed to be on the lookout for the car and driv-

A burglary to a residence was reported
Sept. 20 in the 900 block of Camelia Street.

A burglary to a vehicle was reported Sept.
21 in the first block of Atlantic Court..
Someone reported that $465 cash and a
laptop computer valued at $900 were
reported.stolen from a residence Sept. 21 in
the 50 block of Dudley Street.
A bank fraud was reported Sept. 22.

Police reported an incident of child neg-
lect Sept.22 in the 1000 block of Cornell
Lane. The Department of Children and
Famihes has been contacted and are inves-
tigating the issue, according to a police

Someone reported' that a rock, was
thrown through .a window at a bIsiness
Sept. 23 in the 1200block of'Mayport Road.

A license tag was reported stolen Sept. 25
in. the 1800 block of Qceangrove Drive.

- A bicycle valued at $350 was reported
stolen from a.residence Sept. 24 in the 300
block of Ninth Street. '

An apartment building in the 50 block of
Dudley Street,was reported vandalized with.
spray paintVSept. 24.

A wiridow 'at a residence in the 1000
block of Main Street was reported shattered
'Sept. 24. .

A simple.battery was reported Sept. 24 in
the 1900 block of Mary Street.
A burglary to a residence was reported
Sept.,.24 in the' 900 block of Ocean
Boulevard. .

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Richard Charles Singleton, 48, of Atlantic
Beach was arrested and charged with grand
theft Sept. 26 in the 200 block of State
Street \V., according to a police report.
Nicholas Glenn White, 24, of Atlantic
Beach was arrested and charged with driv-
ing with a suspended license as a habitual
traffic offender Sept. 27 in the 40 block of
West 9th. Street, according to a police

Police reported that $800 worth of knifes
were reported stolen from a .business Oct. 2
in the 1700 block of Atlantic Boulevard.
The window to a vehicle was reported
Shattered Oct. 1 in the 2000 block of third

Erika Beth Catrone, 39, of Jacksonville
was arrested and charged with grand theft
of a motor vehicle Oct. 1 in' the 1100 block
of Violet Street, according to a police report.
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A flag arid its pole valued at $60 was
reported stolen from the front of a resi-
dence Sept. 30 in the 500 block of Bowles
Street. -.

A 24-year-old Neptune Beach woman
reported Sept. 28 that an unidentified man
committed a lewd act while she was on the
beach, between Nlyra' Street and Cedar
Street. The victimm said that the,suspect was
exposing and touching his genitals while.
she was oh the beach. sunbathing. .

Nicholas Nmn Arocho, 20, of Ponte
,Vedra Beach was arrested.-and charged with
grad theft of an autorrimbile Sept. 29 in the
500 block of. Third Street, according to.a
police report., The suspect ,was initially
pulled over for di'iving 102 .mph along
Third Street.
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Auto burglary wvas reported.Oct. 2 in
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Joseph J. Romano, 56, of Atlantic Beach. Suspects entered .the vehicle and
was arrested and charged with possession of removed the faceplate from the radio
.a controlled substance Sept. 25 in the 1100 and jumped on top of the car,, denting
block iof Begonia Street, according to a. the roof and breaking, the' windshield.
police report. L Damage to the vehicle is estimated at
a ., $500. The radio is valued at $300.
'An aggravated batter' was reported Sept. ..* *
25 in the 100 block'of Ardella Road. A 22-year-old Texas man was arrested,
-. .. -Oct. -3 and charged with exposing hi's
A video game system valued at $100, a .sexual organs -in the first block of the
video game-valued at $20 and and a cable Boaidwalk North. Police' responded .at
box .valued at, $22: were reported stolen .4:10' a.m. to reports of an intoxicated
from a hidtel'Tpom at the SeajTurtle Inn, 1 mpn walking around the. area .without
Ocean Boulevard. any clothes on. 'The maq was' found
naked in the sea-'oats.and arrested, police
Two vehicles were reported stolen from a said. '
salvage yard Sept. 26. in the 300. block of '
Begonia Street. "

phowo by CHUCK ADAMS
Tony Rodrigue (from left) Martha McManus and Mary Baron
study a collage at the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
Friday. The exhibit of works by teen inmates will hang through
Oct. 28.

Jail art:
Tch-S c~yl*
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Continued from A-i
literature since 1987. A creative
writer who has authored two
books of 'poetry, she conducted
a similar program for prisoners
in Alaska. -.
"I'm very pleased with it,"
Baron said of Art in .the Jail. "I
firmly believe that if you
change your story, you can
change your life. I.'m trying to,
teach, these kids that they were
given a plot their parents,
their 'neighborhood, whatever-
- but they can rewrite that.
"I'm also trying to show
them that you can express
',ourself with words instead of
a knife-or gun," she said. "I had'
one of them say, '1 never
thought I'd be. famous except
for being arrested.' He got pub-
lished." "
Baron said she's trying to
show the young inmates
"some avenues that may not
have been obvious or visible to
them before. They're kids.
They've done some terrible
things, but they're kids.."
Rodrigues was involved with
similar programs in the past.

"We did some other pro-
grams in the jail before, sort of
in fits and starts. For now it's
been just over two years," he
For the most part, he's been
pleased with what he's seen, he
"Of course we always have
setbacks. Recidivism is part of
it. The program's really effec-
tive when we can have an
ongoing program where we're
consistent, we're there," said
Rodrigues, whose own artwork
has been exhibited nationally
and internationally
"We're .there for a few
months in .the fall, take a break -
for a couple weeks, -then go
back for the summer program.
He said the .consistency of
the program, in which the
same instructors take part regu-
larly, is "having a positive
effect" on the young offeriders.
"I've seen a lot of them just'
sort of discover the-better side
of their personality and be will-
in-g to communicate, speak,
reason with each other a- little
more," he said.

.Continued from A-1
money for ambulance trips are.
paid directly 'to the patient
instead- of the service provider.
Canfield 'told commissioners
Tuesday that Blue Cross and
Blue Shield is onbe of those
companies and no longer pays
the EMS department directly.'
for ambulance transportation.
Instead, the EMS.departmenrt
must collect ambulance fees
from'.the patients.
"It just creates more' work,"
Canfield said, adding that the
move is a push from Blue Cross
for the county to.,join its net-.
work of'service providers.
Joining the network, acc6rd-
ing to Canfield, would mean
less money for the county

through the company's
reduced.fees structure.
"At this point we're not look-
ing to do that -[join the net-,
work] so we, have, to go after
the patients to"' collect the
fees, ".Can field said.
'Another concern .of EMS
staff is elderly patients ,who .re
living on a fixed income.
According to Carifield, .this
demographic makes up anoth-
er large portion' of.-uncollected
debts .simply becausese "they'
can't afford to-pay'.. ,-1
SThe good'. news, Canfield.
'said, is .that these debts are
impacting the department's,
revenues, which go back into
the department's operations
budget. ,

This year the departments
projected revenues through
service fees totaled 'about"$2.2
.. Canfield' said,the actual rev--
enues. will' more, than .likely
exceed that projection by
.about $156,000.,
" Still, if the. $1.2. million of
EMS debt written' off 'by the
count)' could somehow be col-'
lected, it' would increase that
department's.,overall revenues.
by 27. percenit.-
Canfield said his department
is preparing a new system to
present' to' .commissioners for
debt write-6ffs that would
allow certain people to register
as "indigents," or' people who
cannot afford to pay for emer-'

agency services.
This would reduce the
amount of'write-offs each year
and would encourage homeless
and elderly residents to seek
medical help even though they
can't necessarily' afford it, he
Canfield said. -the, count,'
would rather save lives of poor
residents' than' have them.die
just because they couldn't.
afford to pay.
Of the debt forgiven by the
County Commission, about
$166,0Q0 is from, uncollected
water and sewer fees.
That. represents about 1 per-
cent of the Utility
Department's total fees collect-

Jacksonville Beach Golf Club head professional Boots
Farley (standing) has just finished-giving'four weeks of
instruction to'Episcopal's High. School's JV golf,te'am,;aided
by amongg others, his assistants, Adam.Ross, and his sbn,
Hayes Farley.. ,

-La,.ser-B achig

Home Depot:

S'" Cont. from A- -
Construction time is estimated at'sLx months. *'
Ronnie Burak, a psychologist whose practice backs up to the
property, said' she worites thatthe noise and debis from the dem-
olition would impact her ability to connect with her sensitive
"I'm not sure I could really practice during that time,' she said.
"1 can't ha,'e 'a serious 'conversation with that kind of upheaval

going on.."
Doug Shepard, site development coordinator with Greenberg
Farrow, said, Home Depot, is willing to install i 10-foot masonry
wall as.a' .sound buffer to :appease the surrounding businesses
although he favored the natural vegetative wall now in place.
Councilman Lee Buck said lie had concerns about the noise car-
ried into residential neighborhoods by large trucks backing into .
the delivery 'hull.
"Those beepers carry for a considerable distance," Buck said.
"Im a little concerned but we do have a noise ordinance."
SDistrict. Manager George Rankin said the safety signal can be
switched off during evening hours to avoid disrupting nearby res-
idents. Forklifts are used to pull merchandise off the trucks inside
,the warehouse. ,.

Leslie. G.Platock, D.D.S.

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The Leader's Opinion

'Early dismissal

should prompt

objective review

Today is an early release day for.all public school stu-
dents in Duyal County and for elementary-age public
'school students in St. Johns County '
When early release days began, administrators said the
.extra time was needed to allow teachers more time to
coordinate lesson plans and improve education.
Parents were promised that careful study would be
made to make' sure that the tradeoff for limited class-
.room time would be a better education fot children.
It has been. two years since students began leaving

class early on alternate We(
The students have enjoy
free time. Parents, however
that the additional planning
Anecdotal tales do not cc
When Nancy Broner, th
the Duval County School B
recently, she promised th
forthcoming. ,I
Today, as parents once ag
accommodate students' ea
. that such a study is overdu
There should be objective
information provided befo
missal is renewed for yet an
Parents and others in tl
such information would b
produce it. for public revie\\

Letters to

Achieve Ame

To the editor:
(A recent letter] goes to show
that there are many citizens in
America (two of them are on
the AB city commission) that
wish- we were ruled under, a
socialist government. :
Everybody should have the
same.size house, same type car,
same income level and same
health care benefits. I say the
majority of American citizens
feel the way I 'do such that the,
harder I work, the more I can
ach' e,.. '*,r- ?L.,' ,
wants a big house, big car or
big whatever. Achievement'is
not luck, it's hard work. There
is nothing wrong with living

dnesdays in Duval County. just saw an ad for the "Los
ed many hours of additional Angeles weight loss plan"'".
, have not seen any evidence .Ah, a new twist on diets. I
ig time is beneficial. '. have to say that this one
institute objective reviews. seems intriguing because of its
ie Beaches representative on association with such a glitzy
3oard, was seeking re-election city.,
at such a review would be .The aura of mystique sur-
rounding a diet from LA cap-
gain juggle their schedules to tures the imagination. You
ar.ly dismissal, we maintain feel as though at any time
e. -- during the regime, Hugh
e measurements and detailed Jackman and his paparazzi
re the program of early dis- may come knock on your
other year. door to check and see how !
he community were assured the whole thing is coming
)e forthcoming. It's time to along. If I was anticipating a
visit from someone like this, I
wouldn't be able to eat for
three weeks anyway, and there
you-have it, go ahead and put
me on a poster that says ICshe
S editor lost 25 pounds in 21 days.
-ti e: LUr* But then of course we need
some quirky diet like this,
Sm being that the new fall fash-
rican Dream ion is straight, peg-leg "Audrey
Hepburn Pants". When I got
it a small house and no one is an ad from a store announc-
.trying to run these.homeown- ing their fall line showcasing
ers out 'of town. I and others these pants, I wanted to
just want our unalienable return it with'a note that read:
rights of Life, Liberty and the "OK people, do you realize .
Pursuit of Happiness too.' We that Audrey Hepburn was 5'7"
don't need the elected.govern- and never weighed over 103
menrt officials.telling us.what is pounds? And had a 20-inch
best for us. We have.the right waist? Are you aware of the
to vote on it. scant percentage of the popu-
I don't .feel luck), to.live in lation that falls into this cate-
Atlantic Beach, I feel proud gory without the aid of mega-
,'tbat I worked hard when I was liposUctioh?" There either
young, got an education and will be a crash in the food

want to. -. things, or we're gonna see a
*Dave Sellers whole lot of flesh squeezed
West Atlantic Beach into a little bit of material.
The health and fitness
industry is a billion dollar

To the editor:
Voters'must not.expect a bat-
tle royal between J. Ken Bryan
and Ron Sanchez in their cam-
paign to be elected District 2
County Commissioner on
November 7. Both have prom-
ised no .dirt throughout the
campaign. The' Leader
September 29 article, Lone
Democratic:" candidate ha's
uphill battle on November 7,
sets the tone for the' campaign.
Both candidates championed
controlled growth in some
form at candidate forums and
in press releases, Any'disagree-
ment seems to be a matter of
degree.of restraint placed on
new development. Citizens
could question the expected
means of control. Fiscal
accountability and fiscal con-

trol was a part of the des
each candidate.
The voting public is
lenged. They must accept
responsibility to determi
candidate who is better
fied to carry out his car
commitments. They mL
each candidate's feet to t
on issues that' relate to
ised performance.
Objective' public inqu
key. Open, honest an
stantive answers shou
expected. Public anger s
not be a part of any que
to candidates at forums
letters to the editor.
The voters of St.
County must use the op
nity to hire the best can
Dennis L
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enterprise. Unfortunately,
health and fitness is often
equated with thin and cachec-
tic. The translation seemfis to
be "the thinner, the healthier",
but those of us with friends
and family members who
have eating disorders know
differently. A close friend had
a brush with anorexia one
year. She became so protein
deficient that her legs became
swollen. Not good; she came
to heir senses very quickly,
realizing that if the visible
part of her..body was that out
of whack imagine what the
invisible, i.e., heart kidneys,
etc. mist be like. I wish it
were that reasonable for every
person. I have some friends
who have, despite therapy,
hospitalizations, and begging,
have taken years off of their
lives, because of varped er

That's why l',m glad my -
daughter loves the actress
Raven Simone. She's the one
who became the cheesy little
girl on The Cosby Show after

New show is the real deal f

t was the saddest thing to
witness. The young mar-
ried man had enough
sires of money put away for a new
home for his family of four.
s chal- His son and daughter would
pt their not have to worry about their
ine the college.e'ducation. In front of
quali- everyone his wife begged him
npaign. not to do it! He just smiled at
ust put' her as he said those three
the fire, words that would change their
prom- lives forever, "No Deal
iry is a $280,000 was not enough
d sub- when there was still that
ld be "huge amount" on the board.
should "Only one case to open Bob,
estions what will it be?"
sor in "It'll be my little girls age
Howie, number 11! 'Come on
Johns low number, low number!"
iportu- The host looks excited as he
didate. says, "Open the case
. Lane Kimberly...., after.these mes-
Beach sages!"
Yes it's my new TV addic-
tion, Deal or No Deal.
Twenty-six Vanna Whites and
26 amounts of money from a
S penny to one-million big ones
in these classy silver briefcas-

es. The latter number just
happened to be'the "huge
amount" that made Bob
undoubtedly say'to',himself,
"'No, $280,000 ain't enough,
not when I have a chance of
being a Millionaire!" Finally
the "messages" ended.
"OK Kimberly" pause while
Howie Mandell looks at Bob's
wife, his Dad and goofy co-
worker he brought for support
and guidance. Camera shows
smug looking silhouette of
banker in the booth and then

orye icers itod te edit e

Sorry commission has been

To the editor:
'The comments of a Save
Atlantic Beach proponent pro-
vide an interesting perspective
on the community character
debate in Atlantic Beach. [In a
recent news report a] person
said: "The difference between a
.54 FAR and a .60 FAR is the
equivalent of the size of.a clos-
For a 10,000 square foot lot,
the difference adcally would be
about 600 square feet. Now that
is some closet! In fact, this "clos-
et" would be more than one-
third the size of my home. For a
5,000 square foot lot, the differ-
ence would be in the area of 300
square feet--still a sizeable dos-
et. .
The .term property rights"
has, been thrown around so
much that [ would like to offer a.
perspective, albeit from the
deep recesses: of a "closet-like

There have been loud and
angry voices stating that the
new ordinance and the FAR
would restrict property rights of
those washing to build large
homes. If the debate, as framed
by some, is about property
rights then shouldn't we look at
the property rights of the small
homeowners (those of us in the
"closets" of the neighborhood)?
Perhaps we want our property
to have air, light, and a view
unencumbered by' a house
looming over us.
The shrill .voices have allowed
the debate to be framed as an
all-or-nothing, black-or-white
issue. In reality, people can
believe in property rights--want
what is best for their property
(small and large)-and still be in
favor of the new ordinance and
In fact, is this debate really

the character Rudy became. .
too old to be cute and inno- decree *
cent. As a teenager and d c rea s
young adult she stars in a sit- *
corn on the Disney Channel, in w wildlife
and as such she is one of the
best actresses of her genre. at Beaches
Her berit- tor physical comedy a Be a
rivals that of Lucille Ball and
Don Knotts. ith all the emphasis
She is a star and success and ith a
mn favorite part about her is given today to.envi-
'that she is not thin.' Thank nd impronmental protection
you Disney, for having this iprovement, we t
girl who lives a teenager's life eect that forms of wildlife
with all the attendant prob- seen in these parts would be
more numerous than before.
lems of that age seem com-
fortable in her own skin and Butthee mar not be. For
size. She is truly beautiful and Soutance, Dottie Bach ofis
hei talent is endless, and it South JacksonvUle Beach is
homework is done, my eight wondering what happened to
year old tunes in to watch the birds and animals she used
with great devotion. to see in her vard.
Am I promoting obesity? beSenior citizen Dottie could
Of course not. I'm just be a convincing stand-in for
Of course not. I'm just Mother Nature as she laments
scratching the surface of a the absence of the fauna she
health problem that often once en oyed.so much. She
stems from an unrealistic per- told me, used to see big fat
ception of success-in the lives told me, "I usedto see big fat
of others. raccoons come here and eat .
Maybe we should start the .on my porch...1.1 don't see
Neptune Beach First Street them-anyinore." She also
Diet, the cornerstone of which mentioned squirrels, a flock of
would.be a street with so cloves,-a red-headed wood-
manwulde stop signs that cars pecker, finches, and blackbirds
wouldn't dream of using it as as being among the missing
a North to South thorough- now. th a .
fare, leaving it open as the Her theoryis that spra 'n
perfect exercise venue. In case to kl insects has possibly or
any councilperson is feeling probably reduced or elminat
defensive, 1 love those stop ed the birds' food supply, and
si s:.with slower cars and the birds had to move ay
di...ffic Wrs-tStreet-is ^ r.ch of more. Howes.er,,,a,'
fIs t brigades appened, she ndicated.eQn .
ners walkers, bicyclists and seed and
stroller'brigades, a sure sign of seed and bread outside. She ,,
stroll healthr'brigades, community conceded,.therefore, that the
Move ver LA, we may just disappearance of the wildlife is
have one one On you. basically a mystery..
I, too, have noticed that
there seem to be fewer birds
v / Aon my property The doves
orview e.rs that would perch on utility-
'-- wires nearby are mostly absent.
very quickly) "Open the case!" these days, and I haven't spot-
Bob and his wife are both ted or heard very many mock-
hiding their eyes as Kimberly ing birds lately, even though I
opens the. silver case contain- don't find them on endan-
ing Umoans-and sighs come gered species lists. If they're
from the audience before actually gone or going, it's
.we're shown) $1 million! The regrettable. The only kinds of
huge amotint is gone! No, the birds I'm happy not to have
huge amount was gone when around are the vulture and the
ol' Bobby said no to almost pink plastic flamingo.
$300 grand! One endangered species is
Deal or No Deal is the only the wood stork. If this bird
game show in history that can. became extinct, I imagine.that.
.make you feel sorry for a guy thehuman birth rate would
who wins only $39,000! Bob plunge; that is, if our babies
did take the evil banker's next.. are still delivered by it. The
offer and that's all he got. attitude of obstetricians on the
"Poor guy!" situation is apparently
NBC has a hit with Deal or unknown..
No Deal in even' age Alright, backto reality. An
group.I'm hooked on the example of the simple pleas-
show too, and you never ure that wildlife can bestow
know, I may win some money on us was "Augie," a baby
as a viewer.. That is, as soon sparrow which rhy late wife
as I can figure out how to Lucy rescued after the cute lit-
send a text message. The last tie feller fell from his nest out-
time I tried, was. to vote for side St. Augustine's Old Jail.
Taylor Hicks on American She pampered him for one.full
Idol, I ended up ordering an year before he up and died.
Oreck 8 pound Vacuum We buried him with full
Cleaner! Why don't they ust aviary' honors in our backyard.
take the 9th caller like we-do The majority of folks here
on the radio? would, f assume, do the same
as my spouse. An exception,
no doubt, was the adult'(?)'
f I" "big game.hunter'.' who, some
l 50, years ago, would shoot a
BB gun at birds roosting on
Sso insulted wires injax Beach. He needed
a compassion transplant.
As you can see, I'm for.the
about property rights? We all birds.
1- k irs

Know mart property' ngns are
not absolute. Zoning laws, for
instance, regulate and restrict
what we can do with our prop-
erty. Perhaps a more appropri-
ate label for this debate would
be "protecting a life style." The
debate is about what life style
we want to maintain for our
community--which includes
the character of our neighbor-
Our city commissioners have
.tackled a difficult job. Agree or
disagree, I appreciate that these
five neighbors have worked tire-
lessly for the community and its
life style. As a citizen of this
great community, I am sorry
they have had to endure insults,
attacks on their integrity, and
the general loss of civility.
Steve Piscitelli
Atlantic Beach

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Jay R. Davis, Sr

Feltus Michael "Mike" Leinenweber

Portia Elizabeth "Liz" Segal Williams

Jay R. Davis, Sr., 51, of Lake
City, died Sept. 22, 2006 while
on vacation in Tempe, Ariz: A
native of Waterbury, Conn.,
Davis moved to Lake City last
year from Jacksonville Beach.
Davis was a U.S. Army veter-
an who had served in
Germany in the Special Forces
unit. Following his retirement
from the Army, he worked as a
limo driver for Carev
Limousine Service in
Jacksonville until afflicted with
ill health.
Davis 'was an air, show enthu-

Carmella Boutot Dubuc, 80,
died Sept. 29, 2006.
'Dubuc is survived by her
daughter, Judith Dubuc Phillips'
(Ray); son, Kenneth W. Dubuc
(Cindy. and grandson, Jeffrey
(Malia). She was predeceased by
her husband, John M. Dubuc.
Mass of Christian burial will
be celebrated at 1 p.m. Thursday
in Resurrection .Catholic:
Church. Prior to the service, a

Linda 'Kendrick (Ouellette),.
61, of Atlantic Beach died Oct.
1, 2006 following a battle .with
cancer. She was Baptist.
Kendrick was the owner/oper-
ator of Hair Emporium of
Atlantic Beach for more than 30
ears. She also was a member of
American Legion Post 129 of
Jacksonville Beach.
Kendrick was preceded in
death by her husband, Jack
Ewell Kendrick; parents, Paul
and Doris Lariscy; and special
friend, Edward McLoughlin. She
is survived by her two children,
James A. Kendrick of Atlantic
Beach and Jacqueline R.
Mumaw (Hughletti of
Pensacola, Fla.; and five grand-
children, Sarah, Alexis, Hughlett
Jr., Karlie and Flora Linn. She is
also survived by four brothers,
Jerry Lariscy (Anni, Benny

siast who loved all,ki
craft, Harley-Davidsi
cycles and his com
was an Episcopalian.
Davis is survived b
Jay R. Davis, Jr. of Ja
his mother, Alice Da
City; and an uncle, F
of Lake City.
Memorial services
will be conducted
Thursday in the
Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Services under the
of Quinn-Shalz Fuine

Rosary will .be recite
p.m. A reception wi l
service in the Pari
Conference Rooinm.
Jn lieu of flowers,
donations may be m
Community Hos
Northeast Florid;
Sunbeam Road, Ja,
Fla. 32257.
Services under the '
Quinn-Shalz Funeral

Lariscv (Patricia) Ker

Lnds of air- Feltus Michael "Mike"
6n, motor- Leinenweber, 67, died Sept. 26,
iputer. He 2006 after a long illness. He was
preceded in death by his par-
by his son, ents, George and Virginia
cksonville;. Leinenweber.
vis of Lake Leinenweber was born in
Ron Hanks Bloomington, Ind., where he
spent a portion of his youth,
for Davis and also in Riverside, N.J. His
at 1 p.m., teenage years were spent in
chapel of Bale d'Urfe, Que., Canada,
Home.i where he graduated from high
ze direction school.
;ral Home. ,Leinenweber graduated from
Purdue University with degrees
in economics and English liter-
ature. While at Purdue he let-
tered in football, track and
After college he had a short,
career in the Canadian Football
d at 12:30' League. Following a brief stay
follow the in Southern California, he
sh Center joined the U.S. Marine Corps.
After Leinenweber was hon-
memorial orably discharged from the
rade to the Marines, he moved to Fountain
pice of City, Tenn., where he started a,
a, 4266. development company special-
cksonville, izing In commercial construc-'
direction of In 1969 he followed his par-
Home. ents to the Jacksonville Beaches
area. After settling in Neptune.
Beach, he transitioned out of
the development business and
opened Glory Surf Shop in
Atlantic Beach arid Sea
Children Surf Shop in Neptune
ny Lariscv Beach.,

(Eleanorei and Terry Lariscy
(Susan), all 'of Waycross, Ga.;
one sister, Sarah Patricia Epps
(Grant) of Plant City, Fla.; and a
host of aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and cousins and a cir-
cle of many friends.
Visitation will be held hrom 5
p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday in
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.
Funeral services will be held at
'10 a.m. Thursday at Quinn-
Shalz. Interment will follow in
Beaches Memorial Park of
Atlantic Beach.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made in Kendrick's
name to the Donna Hicken
Breast Cancer foundation of
Jacksonmille Beach.
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Harold "Bud" Schultz, 76, of,
the Johnson Branch
Community, died Sept. 29, 2006
in a Buncombe County, Fla.hos-
A native of Indiana and long-
time resident of Florida, Schultz
lived in Swain County for the
past 13 years. He was a member
of the Lion's Club.
Schultz is survived by his wife
,of 56 years, Betty Jo Schultz; two
daughters, Kathy Schultz of
Jacksonville and Cynthia Jo
Schultz Graeme of Asheville,
N.C.; one son, Douglas Arthur
(Delores) Schultz of Jacksonville
Beach; a daughter-in-law, Gayle

An avid surfer and sailor,
Leinenweber eventually got out
of the surf shop business and
returned to the construction
industry. He started framing
houses in the late 1970s.
Leinenweber became a
skilled craftsmen. In later years
he transitioned into being a
general contractor, but was..
always a carpenter at heart.
Over the years he built many
residential and' commercial
projects throughout the
Beaches area.
Beach life eventually got too
crowded for Leinenweber, who
in. 1986 purchased property
near Callahan. It was on those!
40 acres he would singlehand-
edly construct his dream, the,
Circle B Ranch, a fully func-
tioning horse and: cattle opera-
tion. A cowboy 'at heart,. he
loved his ranch and especially
his horse "Buck."
Leinenweber is survived by
his four. children, Lori Stines,
Heidi (Robert) M cullen,
Robert (Lara) Leinenweber and
Allison (Tim) Baird; four grand-
children, Seth Stines, Spencer
McMullen, Nicholas
Leinenweber and Olivia
Leinenweber; arid three broth-
ers, Charles Leinenweber,
George Leinenweber and Peter
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Schultz; sLx grandchildren,
Bobby Dean, Kristin Gibson,
Nicole Beaver, Matthew Schultz,
Katelynn Graeme and Robert:
Graeme; three great grandchil-
dren, Harrison Gibson, Madison
Hefner and Caleb Dean; two sis-
ters, Myrna Moore of Little
Rock, Miss., and Joan Dale
Harden of Redding, Ca.
Visitation will be held from 1
p.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday in
the Quinn-Shalz Chapel, fol-
lowed by funeral services at 2
Services under the direction of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

Portia Elizabeth "Liz" Segal
Williams died Sept. 28, 2006
in Washington, D.C., after a
battle with ovarian cancer.
Born Feb. 19, -1938 in.
Jacksonville to Mr. and Mrs.
Josiah D. Segal, Williams grew
up in Riverside and attended
Lee High School. She graduat-
ed with the first class of the
School of Nursing in 1960 at
the University of Florida,
where she was a sister and
vice president of Alpha Chi
Omega. Later that year, she
married Lt. Robert S Williams.
The couple enjoyed the mil-
itary life, traveling and living
in many places overseas and
in the U.S. One of their
favorite assignments was
Wiesbaden, Germany, which
became their home for more
than 20 years.
Williams continued her,
work as an RNP and furthered
her\ education, receiving her
master's degree in counseling.
She worked as a school nurse,
and counselor at Aukumm
and Hainerberg Elementary
and Wiesbaden American.
Middle School.
Williams, who enjoyed her,
family, her friends, great food,
and beautiful music, is sur-

Portia Elizabeth "Liz"'
Segal Williams
vived by her husband, Col.
Robert S Williams (USAF.Ret.)
of Jacksonville; her daughters
and their husbands, Terri and
Tony Goodin of Makanda, Ill.;
Josi and David Amaral of
Charlotte, N.C.; her grand-
children, Portia, Rob, Paul
and "Peanut-doodle."
Graveside .Services were
held Tuesday at Oaklawn
Cemetery in Jacksonville. A
memorial service will be held
in Wiesbaden at a later date.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral

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, .. ,- Grandson aims to clear admiral'sname for 1941 attack;

Darren Dailey, right, newly named artistic director of the
Jacksonville Children's Chorus, sits with Elizabeth Augustus,
president of the board of directors of the Children's Chorus, at a
recent welcoming luncheon held in Ponte Vedra Beach.

Children's Chorus looks to Beaches


Darren Dailey, founding artis-
tic ;director of the Boston
Children's Chorus, ,was1 intro-
duced to the Jacksonville. choral
music community recently as
artistic director 'of the
Jacksonville Children's Chorus.
Anid he has plans to involve the
Beaches communities.
"What we're looking to do,"
Dailey said, "is not only to build
the centralized part of the cho-
rus, but I would like to see a
satellite choir in Jacksonville
Beach, Ponte Vedra, Orange
Park, the northside, the west
side. We want everybody to feel
included so it's truly the
Jacksonville Children's Chorus."
Elizabeth Augustus, who is
president of the board of diiec-
tors of the Jacksonville
Children's Chorus, said Dailey
was lured to Jacksonville. "over
many glasses of sweet tea and
southern drawls." -
The Jacksonville Children's
Chorus began in 1995 at
Jacksonville University.
"What we found was that
these children, who come from
six counties and 59 different

schools, ever socio-economic,
racial, religious background,
have, made wonderful friend-
ships. They do not see each
other's differences. They only
see their common bond, which
is music," said Augustus.
"Each year we bring together
100-150 singers not already
involved in our choir," said
Augustus. "At the end of the
day, they have a guest perform-
anice with the Jacksonville
Children's Chorus. It was amaz-
iing to watch [Darren] with the
kids." .
Dailey will draw in
Jacksonville from his Boston
Children's Chorus experience.
'To come down here and
build this ,chorus,. which has
positioned itself to be nationally
recognized, to do an interna-
tional and a domestic tour, pos-
sibly host a music festival, some
really 'extraordinary things are
possible," said Dailey.
Dailey's interest in music was
spawned in( what he called "a
very musical public school sys-
tem" in Cranford, N.J. He said
he learned from 20th century
conductors and composers
such as Leonard Bernstein and
Zubin Mehta.

When more than 2,400 U.S.
servicemen were killed at Pearl
Harbor .Dec. 7, 1941, much of
the blame, was placed on the
Commander of the Pacific Fleet,
Adm. Husband E. Kimmel.
Within a month, Kimmel was
stripped of his rank, informally
charged with dereliction of duty
and never served in the armed
forces again.
Now, 65 years later, his grand-
son. Tom Kimmel Jr. is dedicated
to restoring his grandfather's
name and rank.
Kimmel spoke at St. Peter's
Episcopal Church parish hall
recently at an Armelia Island
Museum of History luncheon to
help kick off the museum's vet-
erans history project.
-The museum is working with
volunteers to record the oral his-
tories of local veterans, which
will be kept both locally and at,
the Library of Congress in
Washington, D.C.
Local veterans were present,
including. survivors of Pearl
Harbor with the Association of
Pearl Harbor Survivors of.
Northeast Florida.

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"We want to stop perpetuat-
ing the myth that Kimmel and
(Army Gen. Walter Short) were
solely to blame and derelict in
their duty," the grandson said of
his grandfather.
Kimmel said subsequent
investigations into the Pearl
Harbor attack showed 'leaders
like his grandfather in Hawaii
were not privy to the same intel-
ligence secretly being decoded
in Washington, D.C.
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Kimmel has petitioned
Washington to clear the name
of his grandfather, who he said
was made a scapegoat by
America's military 65 years ago.
His grandfather died in 1968.
Despite decades orfeffort, the
Kimmel family has been frus-
trated by the refusal of succes-
sive presidential administra-
tions to 'accept their request,
even though Congress has
passed a resolution recommend-

ing the president do so.
After retiring from the FBI,
Tom Kimmel gives multiple
lectures around the country on
a variety of topics involving
Pearl Harbor and World War II.
Museum Director Carmen
Godwin said 48 local veterans
have been interviewed for the
local veterans history project.
For more information on the
museum project visit
www.amelia museum.org.

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Tuesday, Oct. 10

Women's. club fund-raiser: Betty Gilpin (above, from left), Sylvia Martini and
Bateh are making final plans for a luncheon and fashion show to be held at 11:30
Tuesday by the Ponte Vedra Women's Club. The event, "A Fashionable Day
will be held at Maggiano's "Little' Italy" restaurant at St. Johns Center and '
feature SteinMart fashions. Tickets are $40, with the proceeds going to loc
charities. Call 285-9754 for reservations.

Wednesday, Oct. 4
Adventures in art: The
Friends of the Ponte Vedra
Branch Library and
FOCUSCummer start off the
fourth year of their series,
Adventures in Art, with-a lec-
ture by Debra Murphy, chair
of the Art and Design Dept. at
the University- of North
Florida. Murphy's. talk,'titled
"Masterpieces of Irish. Art,"
begins at 1 p.m: at the.Ponte
Vedra Beach Bianch Library,
101 Library Blvd. For informa-
tion, call Carolee Bertisch,
273-6578, or Jan Bialka, 285-

Divorce Care: A 13-week
Divorce Care class is being
offered from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. on consecutive'
Wednesday at Palm Valley
Baptist Church, 4890 Palm
Valley Road. Childcare is pro-
vided. For information, call
the church office-at 285-2447.

Fleet! Rese've* Wednesdays:
The!io Fleet ..- Rgserve, ;.. 290
Mayport Road, offers free
movie nights for the entire
family each Wednesday in
October. Every Wednesday is
also dart night from 5 p.m. to
8 p.m. and open mike night.
Call 246-6855 for information.

Prostate support group:
Mlan to Man, a prostate cancer
support group, is scheduled to
meet at 6 p.m. at Baptist
Medical Center, Beaches,
Conference Room A. For infor-
mation, call 249-0022.

Thursday, Oct. 5
Flu shots: The Council on
Aging and Maxim Health Care
Flu Clinics are offering flu
shots from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Palm Valley Community
.Center, 148 Canal Blvd. Flu
shots also will be available at
the Community Center from
12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Oct.
12. Cost of the flu shot is $25.
However, the flu shot is free
with Medicare Part B card And
picture l.D. and also is free
with an Aetna insurance card
and picture l.D. A pneumonia
shot costs $40. Call 823-4810
to sign up and be assigned a
time to limit waiting time.

Historical dance: The
Douglas Anderson School of
the Arts Dance Department
offers an historical dance con-
cert starting .at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday in the
Douglas Anderson Theater.

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

Senior Cruise:. The Neptune
Beach Senior Acti\ity Center
has arranged a luxury day trip
to Port Canaveral aboard the
Sterling Casino Lines. The
package includes round-trip
transportation, parking, pri-
vate tour guide, private party.
on board, buffet, soft drinks
and entertainment,
Reservations aie required and
can' "be .rtrade'aVi;thdlrowfet1
located :;at .2004 .F.oreliAtVe.
Call 270-1688 for information.

Women of vision: Women
of Vision, a fundraiser for Girls
Inc. of Jacksonville, holds a
wine reception and pho-
tovoice exhibition from 6 p.m.
to 8:30 p,m. at the Cultural
Center at Ponte Vedra Beach.
The cost is $50 per person.
Former Olympian Nancy
Hogshead-Makar is honorary'
chair. For information,, call
904-731-9933. ,

Friday, Oc-t.-6
Artscapade: Patrons of the
HeARTS hosts its second annu-
al Artscapade that begins at
6:30 p.m. at Fogle Fine Art &.
Accessories, 3312 Beach Blvd.

Brown bag lunch: The
GTM Reserve holds a Brown
Bag Lunch lecture at noon at
the GTM Environmental
Education Center. The free
lecture will be about Northeast
Florida sea shells. Attendees
should bring their lunches
and questions. Brown Bag
Lectures take place the first
Friday of each month from
noon to 1 p.m. at the GTMN

Reserve Enviro
Education Center, 50
River Road. For info
call 823-4500.

Fleet Reserve Frida
Reserve, 290 Maypo
offers a series of dinr
frord 5 p.m. to'8 p.i
Friday in October. Th
Steak Night, for a $
tion yonight. Grilled
Dinners, for an $8 d
are scheduled Oct.
Night returns Oct., 2
for a $10 donatii
month wraps up wit
Fry, for an $8 donat
27. Call 246-6855 for

Greek festival: Tt
day Greek Festival' 20
ed by Holy Trinit
Orthodox'Church, wil
at the St. A
Amphitheatre, Hw
South. Non-stop e
ment will include li
music and tradition
Ad itiesetn-rsf$i-_sflesti
are 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. C
a.m to 9 p.m. Oct. 7
p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct
information, call
0504 or
goa.org. ,

Saturday, 0
Hospice training
Community Hosp
Northeast Florida off
days.of training for vc
at -the Community I
St. Augustine Office,
Road 16, -Suite 112.
dayrun&-rom 9 a.m.
The other training d
Oct. 10 (6 p.m. to 9 p
Oct. 14 (9 a.m. to 3:3
For information,, call

Pilates in Pink: "P
Pink" will be perform
9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at
Dancn' Dream Studio
Atlantic Blvd. Donati
be accepted for th
Cancer Research Fou
For information, call

Sunday, Oc

tions are required. Attendees
are asked to bring their own
clippers. For reservations, call
For the kids: Enjoying the
Magic of Childhood's next six-
week session begins at 3 p.m.
and tuns until 4:30 p.m. at
Seaside Playgarden, 223 8th
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach.
The program is for children 3
years old and younger. For
information, call Sharon
Elliott at 247-8422 or 535-

Get acquainted:
Newcomers of the Beaches, an

organization for women who
are new to the area, will hold a
luncheon at 11 a.m. at the
Casa Marina Hotel, 691 First
Street North, Jacksonville
Beach. Executive Director of
the Beaches Museum and
History Center Holly A.
Beasley will give a slide pres-
entation. The cost of the
luncheon is $20, payable by
Oct. 4 to Newcomers of the
Beaches, P.O. Box 2421, Ponte
Vedra Beach, FL 32004. For
information, call Bonnie
Lynch at 904-821-9002.

Church completed: The
1 completion of Ambassador
Baptist Church, 2134 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach, will be
celebrated at 3 p.m. The serv-
ice will be ,officiated by four
former, pastors and the
church's current pastor,
Matthew E. Staley.
Refreshments will follow. Call
1 821-5431 for information.

I Monday, Oct. 9
Book fair: Ponte Vedra-
Palm Valley/Rawlings
Elementary School, 610 A1A
North, hosts a Scholastic Book
Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30
4" p.m. each school day through
Oct. 17. The book fair wraps |
up with a family event from 5
p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 18.
Families, teachers-and the com-
munity are invited to attend
the fair, proceeds from which
will be used to buy books for
.... the school's media centers and
Janan classrooms.
a.m. Leave 'em Laughing: The
y,-" Leave- 'em Laughing Tent, a
will local chapter of the
International Laurel & Hardy
al Appreciation Society, meets
from 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at the
Pablo Creek Branch Library,
13295 Beach Blvd. The theme
rnmental of the meeting, leading up to
>5 Guana Halloween, is "Laurel & Hardy
rationo, Fright Night." Two. silent
shorts, "Do Detectives Think?"
S- 1.1927) and "Habeas Corpus"
ays: Fleet (1928),. will be screened, as
3rt Road, will sound shorts "The Live
iers, Each Ghost" and "Oliver the Eighth"
m., every (both 1934). The event is free
he first is for all ages. For information,
10 dona- go to www.leaveemlaugh-
Chicken ing.com or call Steve Bailey at
donation, 904-246-0312.
13. Steak
20, again Sushi in the Sukkah:
on. The Chabad @' the Beaches will
th a Fish hold Sushi in the Sukkah at 4
ion, Oct. p.m. at Chabad. The event is
informa- free and open to the public.
For information, call Chabad
@ the Beaches -'at 904-285-.
he three- 1588.
06, host-
y Greek Tuesday, Oct. 10
II be held Great music resumes: The
ugustine Johnston Duo will sing and
y A1A play in a 7 p.m. concert at the
ntertain- Ponte- Vedra Beach Branch
ve Greek Library in the Friends of the
l dances. 'iLlbr'y". Com.i "t. oom.
valihoursli The concert is fre! d open to d'
)ct. 6, 11 the public.
7 and 12 .
t. 8. For Kids yoga and art: The first
904-829- in a series of eight weeks of
visit yoga and art classes for young-
ytrinity- sters aged 6 to 12 begins at
Ocean Yoga, -60 Ocean Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach. Each class runs
ct. 7 from 4 p.m. to .5 p.m. Call
g: The .Paula at 613-7394 for informa-
ice of tion, or visit www.oceanyo-
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Hospice's Women's ,club fundraiser:
525 State A Ponte Vedra Women's Club
The first benefit luncheon and fashion
to 4'p.m. show,' "A Fashionable Day,"
lays are will be held at 11:30 a.m. at
i.m.) and Maggiano's "'Little Italy"
30 p.m.). restaurant at St. Johns Center.
904-407- SteinMart fashions will be pre-
sented... Tickets are $40. The
proceeds go to local charities.
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Art association: The Pablo
Towers Art Association meets
from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Call
246-4158 for information.

Beaches Watch: Beaches
Watch meetings are held the
first Wednesday of the month
at 7 p.m. at Fletcher High
School in the administration
conference room. 700 Seagate
Ave. in Neptune Beach. All
meetings are open to the pub-
lic. For more information, call
513-9242 or visit www.Beach-

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

Toastmasters: Toastmasters'
of Ponte Vedra meets from
7. ~0 a m r tn ,I. a. m ;5 I tht'

Coffee is served. For more
information, call Michael
Steele at 904-910-1982 or visit

VFW Auxiliary: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Greater
Beaches VF\TW Post 3270 meets
the second Wednesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 915 8th
Avenue South, Jacksonville
Beach. Members are encour-
aged to bring a guest. For
information, call 249-7366.

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

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administration building of the Thursdays
Ponte Vedra Inn and Club. Kiwanis Beaches: The

Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaches meets at noon at Selva
Country Club, 1600 Selva
Marina, Atlantic Beach. Visit
www.beacheskiwanis.com for

Legion Auxiliary: Ocean
Beaches American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 129 holds its
meetings the first Thursday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. at 1151
S. Fourth Street, Jacksonville
Beach. Members are encour-
aged to bring a guest. For infor-
mation, call 249-2266 or 242-
SFridays --
Jacksonville Singles Dance
Club: The Jacksonville Singles
Dance Club meets from 8.p.m.
to 11 p.m. at the Knights of.
Columbus Hall; 0, 1501
Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville.
Admission is $8, $7 for mem-
bers. For information, call 779-
1234 or e-maill
jaxsinglesdc@aol.com. :

: Recovery, Inc.: Recovery, .
Inc., a mental health support

group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at St.
Paul's Catholic Church's
Family Life Center, 578 1st
Ave. N,., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-3299 for information.

Senior tennis: Tennis for sen-
iors is being offered from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. at Huguenot
Tennis Center in Jacksonville
Beach. For information, call
Moe at 247-6221.
A senior men's doubles ten-
nis "C" level league also plays
through April at Huguenot
Tennis Center on Friday morn-
ings. The league has home
and away matches. Call Bob
Totter at 247-1865 for informa-
-Saturdays ;
Kittens and cats that have been
veterinarian-checked and test-
ed, and that have shots and
been neutered, are available for;
adoption from 10 a.m. to 6-
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(From left) Sandra Hooper, 7, and Marley White, 9, handle a hermit crab on display in one of many touch tanks at the
Environmental Education Center Saturday. Other activities included kayak tours, nature crafts and a scavenger hunt.

Guana center celebrates 1st year

The sky was a crisp blue, the sun
was bright and the aroma of cooked
hot dogs wafted under hungry noses
in a cool ocean breeze.
it was all part of Saturday's one-year
anniversary celebration of the Guana
reserve's EnvirohYrdi'.t'al- Ed'uc
Center, and, like.theday, it opleI
. doors last September, the weather was
There were touch tanks with live
sea creatures, kayak tours and free
cups of lemonade to wash down all
the free hot dogs.
More than 19,000 people have visit-
ed the center since it opened a year
ago, and volunteers have logged'
more than 11,000 hours, according to
Janet Zimmerman, spokeswoman for
the center.
"We definitely have been busy, and
those numbers prove it," Zimmerman
said in an interview Monday.
She.said that Saturday's celebration
alone attracted about 200 people
throughout ,the day to the education
center at the Guana Tolomato
Matanzas National Estuarine Research
The center is located near the
Guana dam, off State Road A1A about
12 miles south of Mickler Road.
"[The first year of being open] was a
huge success," Zimmerman said.'

Carly Bierwagen, 6, of Ponte Vedra admii
the brightly colored fish in an aquarium.
Since opening last year, the center
has offered nature walks for bird
watchers, lectures for nature lovers
and weekend movies for curious kids
and their parents.
The center's staff also worked to

launch a school program that
brought classes of fourth and
seventh graders to the Guana
"'fotr educational science field
Now' the. program includes all
high school grades and is
almost completely booked for
the rest of the 2006-2007 school
,year. ".'' ..b r-,ito L r', ai.'I!r
sr'fit hIas .alrlady-..leat heddiabou t,/-
1,340 students.
But.Zimmerman said the cen-
ter's staff still hears.visitors say,
'"I never knew this [facility] was
S here."
"We want to hear people
replace that phrase. with 'I've
been there,' and... 'We're going
back there,'" Zimmerman said.
In the upcoming year,
Zimmerman said the center will
offer new topics for brown bag
lunch seminars in the Guana,
such as Friday's discussion about
northeast Florida sea shells.
The school program will be
expanded even. more to include
res more in-class activities for stu-
dents before apd after their trip
to the Guana.
And now that the weather is getting
a bit cooler, the nature walks through
the Guana, which were suspended
during the hot summer months, will
resume. To learn more about activities
at Guana, call 823-4500.

Windy Harbor Golf Club
on..Mayport Naval Station
has.hosted local PGA Tour
pros Vijay Singh and Rocco
Mediate in recent years.
Verri Clark, the former
chief of naval operations,
was a frequent visitor to the
semi-private, 18-hole base
course run by head pro Jon
Fine's pull in relation to
drawing golf dignitaries to
little-known Windy Harbor
isn't far-reaching, but it's not
a handicap, either.
.Last week, Fine, a Ponte
Vedra Beach.resident,.single-
handedly enticed golfing
great Jack Nicklaus to visit'
tie 'Mayport-based aircraft
carrier USS John F. Kennedy.
Nicklaus took a VIP tour of
*the legendary warship on
Sept. 27,. and later spoke to
about 200 sailors huddled in
the ship's hangar deck.
It was Nicklaus' first time
on a Navy vessel .and first-
ever visit to a U.S. military
installation, according to
Fine, who had never met the
"Golden Bear" until last
"That's why it was such an
attractive thing for him to
do," added Fine, who set up
the event after e-mailing an
appearance request to nick-'
laus.com, the golfer's official
Web site.
"I read in a golf magazine
where he was going to be at
a conference in Amelia
Island on Sept. 27, so I e-
mailed his site and asked if
he would like to see the
"1 never expected to hear
anything back,.but I figured
ite -'Nicklaus;s executive 'assis-,
tant returned Fine's e-mail,
but added that Nicklaus had
at least three other engage-
ments on that date.
That didn't stop Fine. He
knew it was only a matter of
Fine tried to arrange for a
Navy helicopter to pick up
Nicklaus at the Amelia Island
Plantation, but the base
couldn't accommodate that
Next, he won an assurance
from the Navy that Nicklaus'
private jet, "Air Bear," could
land. at the Mayport airstrip.
Fine also wrote a letter to
Nicklaus stating that he
would gladly pick him up in
Amelia and personally drive.
him to the base.
Despite Nicklaus' tight
schedule, which included a
morning conference at
Amelia, followed by an after-
noon flight to Woodbridge,
Va., to assess the condition


of one of his new course
"designs,.Nicklaus' publicist
said his boss, "Will make it
"We gave him the option
of flying his plane on base,
but we ended up driving him
from Amelia in one of the
Navy's VIP vans," said Fine.
"'Being a former.private
pilot, Jack wanted to visit the
ship's flight deck. What was
incredible to me was that he
wanted to absorb as much as
he could about the ship in
the short time that he was
"My impression was that
he is a very proud
During his VIP tour of the
Kennedy, Nicklaus visited the
commanding officer's wood-
paneled in-port cabin,
designed by former First
Lady Jackie Kennedy.
Fine, Windy Harbor's golf
pro since 1983, said Nicklaus
was "very accommodating"
to the ship's crew, signing
numerous autographs before
Fine said Nicklaus was
tickleded,'. tLcreceiv.e-., periqn-
alized JFK ballR'cap.complerti
with golden oak leaves on
the brim and "The Bear"
written in gold letters on the
back. He also received a
ship's coin.
"It was a natural to invite
him," added Fine; a Long
Island native who said he
grew up "watching Jack,
Arnie and Lee Trevino."
Before becoming a golf pro
in 1985, Fine said he enter-
tained the thought of being a
PGA Tour caddy, even writ-
ing letters to several of the
top touring pros.
"Oddly enough, [Igot sev-
. eral letters back," said Fine,
who locked' up the Nicklaus
visit to the Kennedy after
t-hree weeks of dogged deter-
"After about 10 to 15 e-
-mails, we made it happen,"
he added.
"It's amazing what you can
get when you just ask for it."

Long believes in cooking healthy foods

P preparing food from fresh
and healthful ingredients
is one way that Lisa Long
takes care of her family.
Long said cooking and eat-
ing food that is as close to its
natural state as possible is the
most healthful way to eat.
"If the label on the package
is longer than two lines, and
lists ingredients that sound
like chemicals, then you
should probably think about
whether to eat it," added
Long, a West Beaches resident.
Her commitment to good
health carries over to her
interest in yoga and pilates,
which she now teaches.
Previously she operated a
video production company
and produced documentaries
for television. Her client list
included the Jacksonville
Long has been a vegetarian
for most of her life.
One of her challenges as a
wife and parent is that her
husband ,Tony, and their chil-
dren, Ava, 10, and Hugh, 5, all
like to eat meat.
1Twice a week, L6ng serves
her family meat for dinner.
Tony prepares fish on the
weekends, and the remaining,
meals are vegetarian.'

From an early age, Long has
encouraged her children to
understand the connection to
where food comes from and
how to cook healthily.
The family has a vegetable
garden and several fruit trees
in their backyard. Long also
belongs to a food co-op and
purchases mostly organic and
natural foods.
Play dates for the children
at Long's home almost always
include time for the children
to prepare something to eat.
Long also volunteers at her
daughter's school, J. Allen
Axson Montessori School off,
Hodges Boulevard, for month-
ly cooking sessions. As a par-
ent volunteer, she helps stu-
dents in her daughter's class
cook and prepare meals.
Long said that she has seen
the benefits of eating a
healthy diet in her own family
,members who are rarely sick.
Her 93-year-old grandfather
lived with her family for three.
Years and Long believes that
the changes she made in his

diet contributed to an
improved quality of life in his
final years.
One of the resources she has
found helpful is "Prescription
for Nutritional Healing," a
book by Phyllis Balch and
James Balch.
The book gives detailed
information on nutrition and
the connection between nutri-
ents and some ailments,
according to Long.
Most people are more suc-
cessful making one change at
a time in the way' they eat, she
said. One way to begin is to
read labels and eliminate an
ingredient that does not have
much nutritional value, such
as corn syrup or high fructose
corn syrup.
To boost the nutritional
value of food add ingredients
with multiple health benefits
to the diet, such as oats or flax
Making minor changes in
recipes to make food more
nutritious can be done while
still keeping the food delicious
and appealing to children, she
Long's Pumpkin Muffins,
made with oats, are always
popular with her children and
their friends. In other baked
goods, she has been. successful
in replacing some of the fat in
the recipe with flax meal.

She bakes Flax Meal '"" '
Chocolate Chip Cookies with ,..
half of the butter that is in the
traditional cookie recipe and K-.
uses a cup and a half of flax ...
meal instead. The finished .
cookies are crunchy and dell- "
Chili Relleno casserole, one
of Tony Long's favorites, is a
frequent choice for a vegetari-
an meals. Totu cheese can be
used with other cheeses to
boost the protein in this dish.
Other vegetable casseroles .
and steamed vegetables are on
Long's table on a regular basis.
Choose either soy milk or
regular milk for her recipe for
Sweet Potato Casserole and .
finish with a crunchy topping
made from a favorite cereal.
Long usually chooses days
when she is busy with work or
other activities to prepare a
crock pot meals for her fami-
ly's dinner.
She carefully shops for meat .
and poultry that are free from
additives and cooks them sim- .
ply in the crock pot. Long sug-
gests not adding liquid to theO .
crock pot, letting the meat- -.. .
and other ingredients cook in i.f.7 .-
their own juices for better fla- -
Lisa Long serves her family pumpkin muffins; chile relleno and
See RECIPES, A-10. other dishes that are made with healthy ingredients.



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Christina Mussallem and Michael Haddad

Leslie M. Machurick of Ponte
Vedra Beach and Cpl. John D.
Hart of Kohler, Wisc., were
married on 'Aug. 14, 2006, at
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
in Jacksonville Beach. Pastor-
John Buchheimer presided.
The bride is the daughter.of
Daniel and. Connie Machurick
of Ponte Vedra. She is a 2006
graduate of Fletcher High and
attends the University of

North Florida.
The groom is the son o
David and Diane Hart o
Kohler, Wisc. He is a U.S
Marine currently deployed ii
Katey Machurick was mai(
of honor. Ginha Bryan was
bridesmaid. Chris Rydz wa
best man. Mat Stastny was
groomsman. The couple wil
reside in Jacksonville Beach.

Bill' and Jean .Beaver of
Jacksonville Beach celebrated
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary on Saturday, Sept. 23, at
American Legion Post 316 in
Atlantic Beach.
jThe couple were married on
Srpt. 25, 1956, in. Aiken; S.C. L
She is the former Norma Jean
Covell of Bath, N.Y.
The couple have six chil-
dren, Sharon Walker, Terry
Seager, Tonya Putnam, Mark
Beaver, Tom Beaver and Randy
They also have 16 grandchil-
dren and 12 great-grandchil-


AJtha and William Belyew of i8
lacksonville Beach celebrated
their 60th wedding anniver- -
sary on Oct. 1 at the
.Homestead Restaurant..
The couple were married
Oct. 1, 1946, at Morganfield,
Ky. She is the former Altha V.
Hastings of Paris, Tenn. He is
formerly of Big Sandy, Tenn.,
and is retired from the U.S.
The couple have three chil-
dren, five grandchildren and
four greatgrandchildren. William and Atha Belyew



. Kori Renae MacDonald of
? Atlantic Beach and Jeffrey
Olsen of Mobile, Ala., were
married Saturday, Sept. 16, at
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
in Jacksonville Beach with the
Rev. Dana Brones presiding.
The bride is the,daughter of.
John and Marie MacDonald of
Atlantic Beach. She is a 2003
graduate of Fletcher High
f School and a 2006 graduate of
)f Flagler College. She is
S. employed- by River Region
n Human Services as a counselor.
The groom is the son -of
d George and Mamita'Olsen of


Mobile, Ala., and the grandson
of George and Dottie Olsen of
Atlantic Beach.
He is 1998 graduate of
Leflore High School in Mobile,
and a 2005 graduate of the
University of North Florida. He
is employed by Countrywide
Jamie Phifer was the maid of
honor and Kristen Ebgers was a
bridesmaid. Kevin Olsen was
the, best .man. Matthew
MacDonald was a groomsman.
After a honeymoon to
Disney World, the couple will
reside in Jacksonville.


photo subm.Tiad
The first-place foursome in the Navy League's 20th annual golf
tournament were Clay Smith, Rick McKay, Kevin McQuillen and
William Maske. The Sept. 18 event, held at the Ponte Vedra Inn
& Club's Ocean Course, was for active-duty military personnel
and Navy Leaguers. One of the highlights of the day was a
hole-in-one by Ray McCall on No. 12. It Was his first shot of the

Christina Marie Mussallem
and Michael Paul Haddad,
both of Jacksonville, have
announced their engagement
to be married.-
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Marsha and Charles
Mussallem of Jacksonville. She
is a 1999 graduate of Bishop
Keinny High School and a 2003
graduate of Jacksonville
University. She is employed by
Prudential Network Realty 'and

Mussallem Galleries.
The groom-elect is the sbn of
Karen and Ray Haddad of
Sarasota, Fla. He is a 1995 grad-
* uate of Cardinal Mooney High
.School and a 1999 graduate of
Florida State University. He is
employed by Aelte Homes.'
The couple plan to wed Nov.
25, 2006, at Irmmaculate
Conception Catholic Church
in Jacksonville.


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Kids ages 7-12 years
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Donations only, si
amount $5. ArtLife is
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Beach, just off Atlant
two blocks north of S
at 5th Street. For inform
call 247-8337.
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Books-A-Million, 738
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classes Tuesday to Sati
Jacksonville.'Beach an
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Kindermusik, .a mu'
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- ages, children are di\
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includes parachute play
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Preschool children
attend without parer
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will for 'information or visit
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will be Library, 600 Third St., Neptune
gination Beach also has children's activ-
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lust sign for children's activities and 5
rticipate.' for the reference desk.
suggested MOMMY & ME for ages 6
located months to 2-1/2 years features
Atlantic songs, parachute games, finger
tic Blvd, play, rhythm band music and a.
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old and p.m. the third Monday of the
y, climb- month (285-8009).
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its. One Monday of the month (270-
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Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic is currently
seeking volunteers to work at
the San Pablo Road campus
and at St. Luke's, Hospital.
Mayo offers flexible sched-

ules in a variety of service
For more information about
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The planning committee for the B.E.A.M./Beaches Resource
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Sue Glawe, Linda Hemphill, Sheila Saraga, Cindy Funkhouser,
(front row left) Janet Larson, Kathy Maloney, Nancy DeCandis,
and Gale Leas. The Lemon Bar Luau was Saturday, Sept 16.
Honorary chairpersons were Father William Kelly and the
Honorable Penny Christian.

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Galore Grill and Bar

It's the same Seafood Galore that Beaches residents have loved
for 20 years, but that's not all, say Gregory and Cathy Coviello,
the new owners of the popular Neptune Beach restaurant on
Atlantic Boulevard. In fact, the newly remodeled and updated
Seafood Galore Grill and Bar still offers the same basic menu...
and then some.
After a 20-vear career managing corporate restaurants like
Ted's Montana Grill and Tony Roma's from Maryland to
Orlando, Gregory's dream had always been to open his own
restaurant but still spend more time.with his family.
On February 22 he and his wife. Cathy and their four-year-
old daughter Camren realized that dream as the new owners of
Seafood Galore Grill and Bar. "We've taken the experience and
amenities that corporate restaurant chains offer and brought it
down to the community, neighborhood and family level," said
And the amenities at Seafood Galore Grill and Bar the
atmosphere, food, group facilities -are what make it'one of the
best dining experiences at the Beaches.
Family oriented: Seafood Galore Grill and Bar truly is a family-
oriented place. Even four-year-old Camren loves to help Momrn
and Dad at the restaurant. "She loves to come and hang out and
'work' with us," Gregory said. "Her specialty is seating people
and delivering butter and sour cream to the tables. In fact, you'll
see her at the beginning of our TV commercial (also posted on
the restaurant's Web site). She's the one who says 'right this
The atmosphere is also relaxing in a beachy, laid-back way,
with island music and Jimmy Buffett tunes playing in the back-
ground. The d&cor, which is bright and cheery, features displays
of local artists' work, too.
Mouth-watering food. The food at Seafood Galore Grill and
Bar is not only delicious but also top quality. "The quality of our
food has changed'to a superior level with great presentation,"
said Gregory. "We have a reputation for serving mouth-watering,
fresh seafood, steaks and pasta, and we use only the freshest
ingredients." .I ,. :-
Gregory and Cathy have kept some specialties from the restau-
rant's previous menu and added a few new dishes. "The biggest
change is the quality of the food got better, and people say they
can tell the difference," said Gregory. "I've been in this business
for 20 years, and my reputation is on the line. Our guests, friends
and family eat here, and we want them to have the best."
Seafood Galore's three chefs are responsible for the restaurant's
top-of-the-line menu and one-of-a-kind entrees. "We have three
really good chefs in the back Larry Borders (who also serves as
kitchen manager.), Joseph Dawson and Eric Jackson," said
Gregory. Each week one of them gets to create a special dish that
he wants to make and Cathy and Gregory taste-test it and decide
which dish will be dubbed the chef's special for the week. "We've
offered really neat dishes like Capri Chicken, Chili-Glazed Ahi
Tuna and Snapper Supreme each for only $12.99 and available
at both lunch and dinner," he said.
"Lunches start at $4.99 and you get so much food it's amaz-
ing," added Gregory. "We also have six all-you-can-eat specials,
too, including chicken tenders (actually chicken breast),
grouper fingers and peanut shrimp that start at $6.99."
Gregory said at least a dozen guests a day tell him that the
food is delicious and expertly prepared. "If we don't get com-
ments like that, we ask our guests how we can improve," he said.
For example, Gregory and Cathy have changed the blackened
mahi and shrimp, and the blackened mahi always a popular



With its plasma TV and renovated look, Seafood Galore Grill
and Bar's party room the perfect meeting spot for both busi-
ness and pleasure can accommodate small, medium and
larn nmrnnn

dish at Seafood ,;
Galore sells .. w
more now than r d S
before. "We cut P
it here in rd
house," he
added. "Even for
our .steaks, iwe
buy the loin and N
cut our steaks .
and burgers is
fresh in house." .,
Another spe-
cialt As .Seafo od
Galore's gator ed
t,aif. "It's not C i
marinated and is
just tender by
itself," said
Gregory. "Other n g
restaurants mat-
inate it to get it
tender, but we
don't. W\e just
get -the best
gator we can get
in Florida arid
it's delivered
here from
When asked
what their per-
sonal favorite
entrees are, the
Coviellos are
quick lo reo The Coviello Family welcomes you to their
respond Gregory newly remodeled Seafood Galore Grill and
likes the black- Bar in Neptune Beach for dining in a casu-
ened mahi, al atmosphere. Pictured above (left to
Cathy likes the right) are Cathy, Camren and Gregory.
shrimp alfredo
and Camden like most four-vear-olds likes the macaroni
and cheese and any of the other items on Seafood Galore's kid-
friendly Little Mates Menu.
Groups, banquets, special events. Planning an autunn or hol-
iday function? Plan now to have it at Seafood Galore Grill and
Bar. No matter if it's a private party, rehearsal dinner, graduation
celebration or business meeting, Cathy and Gregory are happy to
handle all the details. You can even have Cathy an experi-
enced marketing designer create party' favors, special table
decorations and programs for your event. And Seafood Galore's
new plasma TVX is available for presentations. Couple these
amenities with delicious food and refreshing beverages, and your
event is already planned to even the smallest detail.
October 18 features the debut of a new Seafood Galore event
the Martini Club. "Come join us, starting at 6 p.m.," said
Cathy. Call or visit Seafood Galore's WVeb site twww.seafoodga-
loregrill.com) for information about other special events such as
drink & food specials, parties, college and NFL football games
and more.
Interested in a more informal gathering? "After your son or
daughter's soccer game, why not bring the gang to Seafood
Galore?".said Gregory. "Our lunch specials, Little Mates menu
and kids' treasure chest (containing special trinkets), will make
for a fun parent-child afternoon."
S o G fG ill and Bar truIv is a beaches "hot spot" -
n$ n e tasty tood and special even-ts but.also
because o 1oers fl ee Vi-Fi internet. Want to check your business
or personal e-mails at lunch? Bring your laptop -to Seafood
Galore and enjoy a delicious lunch at the same time!
Open seven days a week, Seafood Galore Grill and Bar is locat-
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Nease head football coach Craig Howard and members of the team stand around a team picture banner Saturday at Winn-Dixie in
Ponte Vedra, where the banner is on display.

Recipes: Flax Meal Chocolate Chip Cookies

Cont. from .4-7
The following are recipes from
Lisa Long.
Flax Meal Chocolate
Chip Cookies
1 stick of butter,' softened
one and one-half cups
ground flax 'meal
one and one-half cups of
turbinado sugar
2 tsp. vanilla
1 egg
two and one-quarter cups
one-half tsp. salt
1 tsp. baking soda
2 cups chocolate chips
Cream butter and sugar.
Slowly add rest of ingredients.
With this recipe, you will
need to form the dough into
balls by hand. Bake at 375
degrees for 10 to 15 minutes.
Chile Rellenq
1 cup evaporated skim milk
4 egg whites
one-third cup all purpose
3 (4 .ozi. cans whole green
chiles .
one-half lb. lowfat jack .
cheese, grated
one-half lb. lowfat sharp
cheddar, grated
8 oz. can tomato sauce
Preheat oven to. 350
degrees. Spray a deep one and
one-half quart casserole dish
with oil cooking spray.
Beat evaporated skim milk,
egg whites, and flour together
until smooth.
Split open chiles, and rinse
to remove seeds. Drain on
paper towel.
Mix cheeses together and
reserve a half cup for topping.
Alternate layers of chiles,
cheese, and egg mixture in
casserole dish. Pour tomato
sauce over top layer and sprin-

Pumpkin muffins, made with oatmeal, and Chile Relleno casse-
role are favorites at Lisa Long's house. I

kle with reserved cheese. Bake
one hour or until done in cen-
Serves 8.
Optional: Use Soya Kaas
(tofu cheese; as a replacement
for regular cheese for extra
Sweet Potato
.4-5 sweet potatoes, baked
until soft then peeled and well
mashed .
one-quarter cup melted but-
one-half cup sugar
2 eggs
1 cup of skim milk or vanil-
la soy milk
one-half T nutmeg
one-half T cinnamon
1-2 cups crushed. HHeritage
flakes or corn flakes
one-quarter cup sugar
one-quarter cup melted.but-"
Preheat oven to 400 .
Mix together very well all
ingredients from sweet pota-

toes through cinnamon. Pour
into baking dish sprayed with
non-stick spray.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Prepare topping by crunch-
ing up 'Heritage Flakes or corn
flakes; a potato masher works
well to.do this. Mix with sugar
and butteT. Sprinkle topping
on casserole. Bake an addi-
.tional 10 minutes.
Pumpkin Muffins
one and one-half cups all.
purpose flour
1 cup uncooked oats
or one-half cup regular oats
and one-half cup steel cut poats
-*three-quarters cup brown
sugar, firmly packed .
2 tsp. baking powder.
one and one-half tsp..
pumpkin pie spice
one-half tsp. baking soda
one-half tsp. salt, optional
1 cup canned pumpkin
.. three-quarters cup skim
or buttermilk or soy milk
3 T oil
1 egg
non-stick cooking'spray

Preheat oven to 400
. degrees. Prepare muffin tins
with paper liners or spray
W 'ith npn-stick spray.
Combine dry ingredients in
a large bowl. Mix well.
In a separate bowl, combine
pumpkin, milk, oil, and egg.
Add wet ingredients to dry.
Mix just until dry ingredients
'are moistened. Don't overmix.
Fill muffin cups almost full.
Bake for 22-to 25. minutes, or
'10 minutes for mini muffins,
.until toothpick inserted in
center has a few moist crumbs
clinging to it. '
Cool on wire rack and serve
warm.. Makes 12 to 16 large
muffins or 24 to 36 mini
Crock Pot Herbed
Turkey Breast
one-eighth cup soft butter
one-quarter cup fresh sage,
.one-quarter cup fresh tar-
ragon, minced
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1 tsp. black pepper
one-half tsp. salt
1 4 lb. turkey breast, bone-
in qr boneless
In a 'small bowl,.t'reate a
compound.butter with all the
seasoning ingredients.-Rub
.over turkey. Put in crock pot
and cover. Cook on high for
4-5 hours or low 6-8 hours.
Crock Pot Pork
1 jar sauerkraut
pork, chops or loin
Howlin, Horseradish from
Tastefully Simple
Pour sauerkraut into crock
pot. Add pork. Cover pork
with Howlin, Horseradish dry
rub. Cook on low foi 4-6
hours or until meat ther-
mometer indicates meat is

Classroom help sought
Volunteers are needed to
work with math teachers at
Nease High School from 2:15
p.m. to 3 p.m. No special
knowledge or skills required,
and volunteers can come any'
day and as often as they can
or desire. Call Principal Linda
Thomson at 355-2857.
Rockin' fund-raiser
"Rock the Night Away," a
fund-raiser planned by the
Parent Teacher Organization
,of Landrum Middle School,
will be held 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Oct. 14 at the Ponte Vedria
Golf and Country Club.
There .will be a DJ, TVs to
watch football games and
food. Proceeds will go toward
a track for students.
Call Lynn Damm at 280-
4057 or Georganna Walker at
Substitutes needed
Substitutes willing to work
at. Nease High School are
being 'sought- by the St. Johns
County School District.
Substitutes are paid hourly
Sand can specify days or part
of days to work. Find details
on the district Web site
(vwww.st johns. k 12.fl.usu).
* Click on employment and
then substitute or call
Vanessa Lee at 819-7634.
College night at Nease
St. Johns County School
District will host college a.nd
career night Nov. 9 .for stu-
dents and parents who wish
information on various col-
leges, universities, comnmuni-

ty colleges, armed services,
technical schools and finan-
cial/scholarship services.
The event will be held 6:30
p.m. to 8 p.m. in the gymna-
sium at Nease High School,
off County Road 210 just east
of U.S. 1.
PV schools get 5 stars
Three Ponte Vedra schools
are among the 13 schools in
the St. Johns County School
District that have been
named Five Star Schools in
recognition of their outstand-
ing community involvement.
They are Ocean Palms
Elementary, Landrum Middle
and Ponte Vedra-Palm
Valley/Rawlings Elementary.
Other winners are
Cunningham Creek
Elementary, Durbin Creek
Elementary, Fruit Cove
Middle School, Hickory Creek
Elementary : School, R. B.
Hunt Elementary, Julington
Creek Elementary, Mill Creek
Elementary School,
Switzerland Point Middle
School and Timberlin Creek
Elementary School.
To qualify for this award,
schools must have achieved
100 percent of the criteria in:
the categories of business
involvement, partnerships,
family involvement, volun-
teers, student community
service and school advisory
The Five Star designation is
the highest honor awarded
by the Florida Department of
Education for community

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Panthers crush Falcons; big test is next

Rivalry to be

renewed at

St. Augustine

Friday night

Consider last Friday's per-
formance by the Panthers a
tune-up for this week's show-
down with arch-rival St.
While Nease cruised to a 45-
0 win over Pedro Menendez,
the real test comes Friday
night against the Yellow
Jackets, a team the Panthers
haven't beaten since 1993. It
will be a frenzied atmosphere
at St. Augustine -as the
Panthers pit their No. 1 Class
4A state ranking against the
top-ranked Yellow Jackets.
To add to the spectacle, the
game will be televised natiori-
ally by Fox Sports Net.
"It's always a big game and
of course the fun thing is that
no matter how it comes out it
doesn't really affect either
team's season," said Panthers
head coach Craig Howard.
"Obviously, players, coaches,
parents and fans on both sides
want to win, but if you look at
last year, we lost and both
teams still managed to win
state championships."
Nease defeated Seffner
Armwood, 44-37 in last
December's Class 4A champi-
onship game in Miami while
St. Augustine claimed the 3A
title with a 31-15 victory over
Sarasota Booker.
Against the Falcons last
Friday, Nease quarterback Ted
Stachitas put up spectacular
numbers. He finished 12-of-16
in the passing department for
225 yards and three touch-
downs. The junior also rushed
for 115 'yards and three more
It was a balanced attack for
the Panthers: 213 yards of
rushing offense, 225 through
the air.
"We strive for that balance,"
said Howard, who played
many underclassmen and jun-
ior varsity players in the sec-
ond half.

Nease High quarterback Ted Stachitas eludes a Memphis University School defender during the Panthers' season-opener in
August. Stachitas, a junior, has amassed 489 rushing yards and 743 passing yards in five games this season. The QB will lead his
side intoVFriday night's showdown at St. Augustine for bragging rights as'St. Johns County's best gridiron team.

Receiver Christian Dennis
caught five passes for 99 yards
and two-TDs as.the Panthers
built ai 38-0 halftime lead and
threw only one time ia screen
pass) in the second half.
It's beqn an interesting sea-
son for Nease thus far. At 5-0
and with only one close game
ia 35-32 win over Palatka Sept.
22j, the Panthers have demon-

stated they can dominate on
the ground wins over
Memphis University School
and Palatka, through the anll
- a lopsided victory at
Sanford Seminole or by uti-
lizing a combination of'the
two like they did against
Fleming Island and Menendez.
Stachitas's statistics are like
a snapshot of the Panthers'

offensive balance: 489 yards
rushing and 743 passing yards
in five gAmes.
"Ted had a great night
against Menendez,' said
Howard. "And really that was
only in one half of play. He's a,.
competitor and everything
worked, from our offensive
line to our running backs to
our receivers. We were solid all

the way around."
Defensively, Nease rebound-
ed from the Palatka game -
in which the visiting Panthers
garnered 337 yards on offense
to shut down Menendez in
,a dominating performance.
-'How dominating? Try this: In
the first half the Falcons
totaled minus 9 yards of total
offense. At the end of the

evening, Pedro Menendez
racked up 12 yards in 41
offensive plays.
Panthers defensive back
'Justin Grant grabbed another
interception to bring his sea-
son total to five, including a
pair run back for touchdowns.
But with the Menendez
game in their rearview mirror,
the Panthers are completely
focused on the task at hand -
beating St. Augustine for the
first time since 1993.
"Yes, it's a personal goal of
mine to beat St. Augustine,"
Howard said Monday. "We feel
like they're the best program
in St. Johns Count) and one
of the things I've wanted to
do since I got here is beat
"We've watched and are
watching a lot of film of them
and by Wednesday we'll put
in our offensive and defensive
game plans. The coaching
staff will draw up the plans
and then it will be the players'
turn to execute them."
Speaking of film, Howard
allows that this season Nease
has been hesitant to show its
entire bag of tricks because he
knows Yellow Jackets coach
Joey Wiles and staff will look
for clues when viewingg game
tapes of the Panthers.
"You never want your oppo-
nent to know exactly what
you're going to do," Howard
said.'"Hopefully we have some
things they haven't seen us do
before and hopefully we'll be
able to do those things Friday
The Yellow Jackets had a
confidence-building tune-up
of their own last week with a
48-7 pummeling of Clay High.
St. Augustine romped for 512
of offense, including two TDs
each from Quniterrance
Cooper, Rai-shawn Wilson,
Cardale Brown and Kevin
Streeter, who scored on a 74-
yard run and caught a 78-yard
pass for another six points.
The Yellow Jackets' defense
was also opportunistic, pick-
ing off four Clay passes.
"Whenever Nease and St.
Augustine meet on the foot-
ball field there's a lot of elec-
tricity in the air, a lot of
excitement," said Howard. "I
don't expect it'll be any differ-
ent on Friday. It should be a
treat for the fans."


Panthers maul Menendez in volleyball showdown

Nease High's Tara Carrigan reaches up for a kill against Palatka
last Thursday. The Panthers rolled to a three-game victory.

The Nease High volleyball
team defeated St. Johns County
rival Pedro Menendez 3-0 last
Friday to maintain its unblem-
ished record in district play.
The Panthers won, 25-11, 25-
9, 25-13, and were paced by sen-
ior Meghan Sherman who had
six kills, 17 service points, three
aces, 34 assists, 14 digs and three
blocks in an all-around perform-
Chipping in with Nease's
three-game victory were Laura
Phillips with six kills and three
blocks, Cierra Pillsbury who had
11 service points, two aces and
14 digs, Christina Vergo with 10
kills, freshman \Vesley-Ann
Barden with a pair of aces, 10
sen-ice points and seven digs,
and Tara Carrigan with five kills
and 10 digs.
Nease (12-3, 8-0 in district
play managed to work all 15
varsity players into the match
and was set .to host Clay on

Nease 3, ,Palatka 0
Last Thursday night, Nease
had an easy time against
Palatka, winning 25-19, 25-10,
Laura Phillips sparked the
host Panthers with. nine kills,
playing in just the first two
games. Others contributing to
the victory were Christina \'ergo
and Paige DePriest with six kills
each, Tara Carrigan with five
kills, one ace and 16 service
points, Meghan Sherman with
four kills, four aces, 24 assists
and 14 senrice points in limited
action, and Cierra Pillsbury with
13 digs.
Fourteen of the 15 varsity
players were in uniform for
Nease and all saw playing time
against Palatka.

Bartram Trail 562, Nease

Panthers swimmer Kristen Gerkens churns through the water on her way to a victory in the 200
freestyle during a recent meet. Gerkens helped the Nease girls team achieve a second-place fin-
ish in last Saturday's SJRAC championships, winning the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke races.

505, Fleming Island 241, St.
Augustine 235, Orange Park
170, Menendez 140, Ridge-
view 108, Middleburg 71,
Palatka 51, Clay 40
The Nease girls finished sec-
ond in the St. Johns River
Athletic Conference champi-
onships Saturday.
Panthers swimmers won the
200 medley relay in 1:58.23 and
the 400 freestyle relay in
Indiidual winners from
Nease included Kristen Gerkens
in the 200 freestyle 11:59.72)
and 100 backstroke in a time of
Also, Amanda Santillo who
clocked 1:02.89 to win the 100
butterfly race and swam to first
in the 100 breaststroke in a time
of 1:12.22.

Kirsty Shepler won the diving
event with a score of 445.40.

Bartram Trail 523, Nease
437, Fleming Island 313,
Menendez 189, Orange Park
169, St. Augustine 158, Clay
127, Ridgeview 80, Middle-
burg 58, Palatka 1.
Panthers swimmers took sec-
ond place in the boys portion of
the St. Johns River Athletic
Conference championships
Saturday at Cecil Aquatic
Nease swimmers won the 200
freestyle relay in 1:35.55.
Individually, Matthew
Schlytter won the 50 freestyle in
21.90 and the 100 freestyle in
Panthers swimmers picked up

plenty of second- and third-
place points by virtue of their
finishes in a number of the indi-
vidual and medley races.

Bartram Trail 26, Fletcher 10
The host Bears improved to 4-
1 with a victory over the
Senators (1-4).
After a close first half, Bartram
Trail scored 20 unanswered
points in the second half before
Fletcher added a touchdown
with 30 seconds left in the
The Bears limited the Senators
to 133 yards rushing on 39 car-
ries. Senators QB Marty McCann
connected on 12-of-27 passes
for 158 yards but threw two
Fletcher hosts Lee on Friday.

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Big flounder arenoshowing up at the jetties

partner Capt. Mike Mrris and his brother Delbert on
ig flounder are showing made a couple of checkout J.B.'s "Fun Times" last Monday
up at the jetties. Lots of runs on the new "Crusty Crab" caught five redbass to 24
huge redbass are hanging last week. They report both pounds, four flounder, a dozen
around the drop off near pompano and whiting were mangroves and small speckled w *
Dames Point. Time to stock up showing up at Nassau Sound trout and jacks.
with big beeliners from the last Friday. They caught 15 fish On Tuesday, James and his
party boats. before he'adingfor one of their friend Mike Tandarich out of
It was great fishing weather favorite creeks and picking up B&M fished the creeks off the
most of last week. On Sunday a pair of reds and speckled canal for 17 redbass to 27
anglers on the "Mayport trout. inches and a dozen small trout
Princess" brought off hundreds Capt. Kirk Waltz fished last and mangroves.
of beeliners to the cleaning WIMPY SUTTON Tuesday with Chris and Gary Jetty Guide Fred Morrow
table. They also had amberjack FISHING LEADER Huff along the river dropoff fished with Norman Anderson
and lots of triggerfish. near Dames Point and caught near the carrier basin on Friday
Capt. George is still report- 14 redbass to 35 pounds. morning and caught,two ted-
ing dozens and dozens of the sand weighing up to 10' On Friday, aboard the bass over 25 pounds, an 11- -
snapper are still being released pounds. "Enterprise," Jim NicCullum pound red, eight jacks to eight*
because of size. On Thursday morning near and friend Darrell with Capt. pounds and 16 croakers.
Larry "Fish-man" Finch spent the same spot the "Fishman" I'rk pulled up nine redbass to Canal guide John Dyrssen
most of the week along the big and Terry Newsome caught 36 pounds. with Dwight Hibbard last A
jetties for. flounder. He and their limit of 20 flounder again Capt. Dave Sipler with the Wednesday around Mill Cove
buddy George Atelevich used with the largest weighing 9.75 Hudson party used live shrimp I caught three speckled trout
finger mullet last Wednesday pounds, around Ft. Caroline in the river over three pounds and several
and lifted 20 flat ones out of Capt. David King and his and caught 20 speckled trout, dozen ladyfish and small man-
six redbass,a drum and a groves.
r:Iflounder. Butch Garir had one of the
James Gergley wlth J.B. Iill most exciting catches last

S* l i llHistory Picture of the Week features Paulette Walker with her
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led hose Washington Redskins
over and around the Jaguars
Sunday for a 36-30 victory in
spite of all the questions about
calls and challenges.
You reckon that game was
lost simply because the
Redskins are a better team?
Before. they hold services for
Jack Del Rio's team, though,
the feeling here is that the
Jaguars will come back and
win a lot more games than
they lose. Despite losing two
straight, the Jags are.showing
some interesting things on
offense.Wide receiver Reggie
Williams is finally coming into
his own after/a wait of two
years. He snagged two from
Leftwich for touchdowns
against the Redskins.
It's a shame that Reggie is so
shy, never shows off, just keeps
his feelings private and so
forth, but we have to take him
for what he is.
And again, Maurice Jones-
Drew did some fancy running
in spite of a defense that was
geared to stop him. Though
given only a few chances,
Maurice took three passes for
53 yards and one TD, but it
was exciting to watch. We're
not saying that the former
UCLA pride is the greatest,
that accolade is reserved for

Leftwich, as we all know, but
the pint-sized rookie sure is
fun to watch.
The special teams did better
Sunday. Chris Hanson punted
for a 49.2 yard average and
Josh Scobee came through this
time on three field goals,
which could have won the
game had the rest of the
defense done its job. Injuries
have severely hurt the defense
but give the Redskins credit.
They murdered Del Rio's line
of scrimmage in the second
The Jaguars can come back,
if they start right away. Against
the Jets next Sunday would be
a good time to start.
Leak shines in
Gators' victory
The old saying that you
can't keep a good man down
surely applies to Florida's
Chris Leak. The veteran Gator
cranked it up against Alabama
Saturday and took off through
the Crimson Tide like a grey-
hound. That's supposed to be
the act of freshman Tim
Tebow, not the other QB.
On a day that the Gators
hierarchy honored old stars-
like Steve Spurrier, Emmitt

Smith, Danny Wuerffel and
Jack Youngblood, Leak wanted
folks to know he's not ready
to join the old folks yet. Leak
also wanted to show the
younger Tebow, who is breath-
ing down his back like a bill
collector, he's not ready to
move over just yet.
Even coach Urban Meyer
was dazzled by the 45-yard
dash the senior quarterback
peeled off. Meyer, the crowd
and the Tide defense couldn't
have been more shocked if
Leak had peeled off his duds
and posed in the altogether.
That act didn't win it for the
Gators, who clobbered
Alabama, 28-13, but it didn't
hurt. Florida played pitty-pat
in the first half, but got going
in the third quarter.
Leak also passed as well as
he ever has, posting 174 yards
and a pair of touchdowns. His
play really inspired the
turnaround. Meanwhile, the
Gators defense was holding
Bama to one TD and a pair of
field goals.
If the old boys from F-L-O-
R-l-D-A may not have quite
atoned for last year's embar-
rassment against the Tide in
Tuscaloosa, a victory did just
as well. a win is a win, no
matter what.
The Gators have discovered
the two-quarterback rivalry
thing folks feared was going to
hurt the team hasn't. Look for
Florida to make a mad dash at
the SEC title.
And in other college foot-
ball action with a local inter-
est, Georgia slipped by Ole
Miss, 14-9, on Saturday night.
This part of thl country was
lucky to get the score and the
Dawgs were lucky to get any
score. Coach Mark Richt's
offense leaves much to be


sports, are most common

cause of ruptured spleen

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
quarterback Chris
Simms, the son of for-
mer New York Giant Phil
Simms, took several hard hits
during last week's loss to the
Carolina Panthers.
During the third quarter of
the game, Simms was taken
off the field and given IV flu-
ids for what was initially
thought to be dehydration.
He was able to return and get
his team into the lead, how-
ever Carolina scored a late
field goal to win the game.
After the game Simms, 26,
continued to report feeling
weak and having abdominal
pain, and therefore was taken
to a nearby Tampa hospital
where it was discovered that
he had ruptured his spleen.
He underwent emergency
surgery to remove his spleen.
Simms did require a blood
transfusion as well given the
amount of intra-abdominal
blood he had lost from his
After reviewing the game
film, the Bucs' coaching staff
was not sure exactly which
hit led to Simms' injury in
the in the 26-24 loss to the
While a full recovery is
expected, Simms will likely
be out at least 6-8 weeks and
possibly could be done for
the season dependent on his
recovery and the teams
standing in a playoff race.
The spleen is an intra-
abdominal organ about the
size of youi fist, located in
the upper left side of the
abdomen just up underneath
the lower portion of the rib
cage. It is part of the lym-
phatic system, filtering the
blood, helping the body fight
infection, removing aged ,
blood cells, and storing blood
and platelets.
Many people live relatively
normal'lives without the
spleen, but long term caution
is advised given the increased
vulnerability to infections.
Automobile accidents are
the most common cause of
traumatic injury leading to
removal of the spleen. While
not unheard of in the sport-
ing world, injury resulting in
splenic rupture is uncom-
The last high-profile ath-



lete to sustain a similar
injury was hockey player
Peter Forsberg of the
Colorado Avalanche in 2001.
Similar to Simms, Forsberg
could not point to a particu-
lar hit which lead to his
In fact, it was several hours
after his game when he
began to feel faint and have
abdominal pain while he was
out to dinner with friends.
Forsberg has since returned
to the ice, and currently
plays for the Philadelphia
Flyers, and is a member of
the Swedish Olympic team.
Doctors perform first
surgery in space
Last week, French surgeons
performed the first operation
in weightless conditions,
removing a simple cyst from
the arm of a volunteer
patient. The weightless con-
ditions were created by tak-
ing a jet into extreme alti-
tudes and then dropping into
a series of swoops and dives.
The procedure is seen as
the first step in ultimately
performing surgery in true
outer space.
Doctors are interested in
this due to the possibility of
advantages of surgery in
space such as less blood loss
or.less affects on blood pres-
sutre.' The three-hour flight
above southwest France used'
a modified Airbus A300
known as "Zero-G," which
flies parabolic curves that
give its passengers 20-second
periods of weightlessness.
The patient, Philippe

Sanchot, was administered a
local anesthetic before take-
off. The operation took no
more than 11 minutes, with
31 zero gravity sequences
lasting 22 seconds each.
Both patient and medical
team were trained to cope
with this free-fall environ-
ment in machines similar to
those used by astronauts.

This column is written to
discuss issues regarding
sports, medicine, and safety.
It is not intended to serve as
a replacement for treatment
by.your regular doctor. It is
only designed to offer guide-
lines on the prevention,
recognition, and care of
injuries and illness. Specific
-concerns should be discussed
with your physician. Mail
your questions to Gregory
Smith, AID Sportsmedicine,
1250 S. 18th Street, Suite
204, Fernandina Beach, FL

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Aqua Aerobics
Water exercise program pro-
vides a total body workout for
people of all ages and fitness
levels. Classes include exercise
for aerobic conditioning, flexi-
bility and strength.
Water provides a safe and
refreshing way to exercise
while limiting impact on
joints. Shallow water classes
take place Monday to Friday
mornings and evenings; deep
water classes Mon. Weds. and
For more information con-
tact the UNF Aquatic Center at
The fourth annual Georgia's
Colonial Coast Birding &
Nature Festival will be held
Oct. 13-15, with the Jekyll
Island Convention Center serv-
ing as hub for the activities.
Registration for the festival is
open until Sept. 22. To register
for events and for more infor-
mation, visit www.coastalgeor-
giabirding.org or call 1-877-

A bowling league for seniors
55 and older is being formed at
Beach Bowl on Beach
Boulevard. Competition in the
Monday league will begin at I
p.m., with practice starting at
* 12:45 p.m. Call Paula at 249-
9849 for information.

Fantasy Football
An open-to-the-public fanta-
sy football league will present
this season's Monday Night
Football games on the movie
screen in the main showroom
at Atlantic Theatres. Doors will
open at 7:30 p.m. every
Monday throughout the NFL
A draft party i5 slated for
Aug. 30 and the league has a
$20 entrance fee. Proceeds will
be distributed to winners at the
end of the season.
Admission to the Monday
night screenings is free to
league members and $3 for
others. Proceeds from admis-
sion charges will be donated to
H.E.R.O.E.S., a local charity
providing K-12 scholarships for
at-risk youngsters in the
Jacksonville area.
For more information con-
tact Brce Pfanenstiel at 249-
Fla29- g Football
Flag Football

Flag Football registration for
kids ages 5-17 is underway. The
deadline to register is Nov. 4.
Winter season leagues, which
will run horn December
through February, are forming
throughout the First Coast
area, including at the
University of North Florida,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Mandarin
and Orange Park.
For information, locations,
dates and to register, visit
www.i9sports.com or call
(904) 992-4263.
The Ponte Vredra Predators
Lacrosse League will conduct
registration for interested 4th
graders to 8th graders for the
fall season. Registration will
take place Sept. 20 from 3:45
p.m. until 5:30 p.m. at
Landrum fields. Practices
and games will be take place
Monday and \Vednesdays
from 4:30 p.m. until 6 p.m.
The season will continue
until Oct. 25..

A senior men's doubles league
at the "C" level will begin
October 10 at Huguenot Tennis
Center. Seniors must be over 50
years old to qualify.
Matches will take place Friday
mornings from Oct. until April
For more information phone
Bob Totter at 247-1865.

St. Johns County and
Recreation will hold a men's
18-and-over basketball
league. The-league begins on
Sept. 6. All games will be
played Monday and
Wednesday between 6:30
p.m. and 8:30 p.m.'at
Ketterlinus gym, 60 Orange
Street, in St. Augustine. A
mandatory captains meeting
will be held at 6 p.m. Aug.
28 at the gymn.
For more information,
contact T.1. Jackson at 1.904)
Turkey Hunting
Special-opportunity spring
turkey hunt applications for
the 2007 season are available
from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC).
_ Hunters can obtain. appi- .
cations at NffV'vWCTifarod'rdr
dt all FWC reglofnal ot'flces'."
Applications will be accepted
at MyFWC.com, county tax

Phro sut.mired
The Fletcher High girls golf team is 7-0 in conference play this season. The Gateway Conference Championship was scheduled for
Tuesday at Mill Cove. Back row, from left: Glenn Gallagher, Randall Cook. Second row: Ashley Chris, Katie Russell, Carrie
Wallace, Katie Strong and Sarah Tappin. In front is Jesse Fritsch.

collectors' offices or at any
license agent beginning at 10
a.m. Sept. 12; applications
must be received by mid-
night Oct. 17.
A random drawing decides
who will receive the permits,
the demand for which is typ-
ically greater than the num-
ber available.
Hunters can increase their
chances of being selected by
submitting as many $5 non-
refundable applications as
they like. Successful appli-
cants pay an additional $50 -
$175, depending on the spe-
cial-opportunity hunt area
For more information on
special-opportunity Osceola
turkey hunts, visit the WVeb"
sity~Mr'vPWCyW 7huto nting.-
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation

Commission is headquar-
tered at 620 S. Meridian St.,
Tallahassee, Fla, 32399-
1600. Its phone number is

Hunters and fishermen
who repeatedly violate
Florida's fish and wildlife
laws may face enhanced
A new law increases penal-
ties for repeatedly violating
saltwater or freshwater fish-
ing and hunting laws. The
law also increases the penal-
ty for hunting or fishing
with a suspended or revoked
, Hunting or fishing with'a'
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of violating the law now

faces a mandatory $1,000
fine and five-year suspension
of all FWC recreational
licenses, and also could be
sentenced to up to a year in
The enhanced penalties
resulted from a joint effort
by Florida's outdoor sports-
men, who said people must
begin to police themselves to

preserve the state's hunting
and fishing heritage, said
Capt. Curtis Brown of the
Fishing and Wildlife
Commission Division of Law
The new law classifies vio-
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677 Tree Service
678 Tile
680 Upholstery
686' Wallpapering
690 Water Treatment
Health Services
700 Massage Therapy
710 Health Care Serc.
730 Caregivers
For Sale
800 For Sale
805 Music & Instr.
8110 Antiques
815 Auctions
820 Wanted to Buy
825 Trade
830 Consignment
Garage Sales
840 Garage Sales
.850 Jax Beach
852 Neptune Beach
854 Atlantic Beach
856 Mayport
857 Ponte Vedra
858 West Beaches
859 Jacksonville
860 Flea Market
862 Estate Sales
905 Auto Rental
915 Boats'
930 Motorcycles
950 Campers/RV's
970 Trucks/Vans
980 Automobiles

2850sf., $2850/mo Includes utilities. Call
Bart @ 241-3111 (Ext. 11).

JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, 900sf.. W/D,
CH/CA. $900/mo + $900 deposit, 1 yr
lease, no pets. Call 221-6816.

2.5BA, 1700sl, master suite w/ jacuzzi,
balcony, tile first floor, laundry hookup, 2
car garage, fenced yard. Small dogs con-
sidered. 893 61h Ave. S. $1500/mo. plus
1 mo dep. Call 249-6150
LARGE APARTMENT near ocean. 2BR/
1 BA plus den $1100/mo. 249-3970
W/D. CH/A. premo beach location, I block
to beach, tile floors, 10' wood ceilings.
great vibe, avail. 1117, $975 + deposit.
reas. req'd., (904)246-5168.
S. JAX Bch, 3/2, $1450/mo. 2 cleaning
services inci per mo. 655-3951.
JAX BCH. 3/2.5. ocean view, $1450/mo.
185 5th Ave S. 318-0044.

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$38,900 Off water parcels in exclusive
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170 VISTA Grande 3/2/1. 1100sI, beauti-
fully appointed. $209 900. no condo fees,
327-0558. Candlerhomes corn
JAX GOLF & CC, 3801 Biggin Church Rd.
W, 4BR/4BA. 3306 sq h only $629,000.
Giace Ellis. All Pro Reality Specialists,
655-7923. :
FSBO 3/2, 1800 sqft one car gar. on
lake $299900 by appointment. 655-
A GEMI FSBO. All Bch 312 home,
1267sf., trplc. 2 car gar scrn prch in
beauiilul quaint community. BII '02, per-
teci condialon $279,900 1608)213-3397.
MOVING -HOME reduced below apprais-
ed market valued Private Sale 4/2 Lake-
front pool and spa home nesledo on con-
servalion oversized loi in galed Hignland
Glen Subdivision. Too many upgrades to
list $590,900 Call 904-223-4032 lor ap.
& Beach New floors. paint, rool, applian-
ces. Below appraisal 982-7620.
MOVE IN Condition. This 3BR/2 5BA.
Jax beach home has been completely up-
dated and remodeled. Located at 1404
Declaration Dr this nome is close to the
JTB, beaches and shopping. Just re-
duced 904-563-1516.
On Intracoastal
New construction, completion late '06.,
cottage style, 4200si., 4BR/4BA. $1.975M.
Call now to see floor plans.
Gated community. 4BR/3BA 3000+sf., min-
giound pool, dock, summer kitchen, water
views Irom and rear. Built in '95.
Call Linda 525-2638
Help-U-Sell Coastal Realty
BEST PRICE in old Pornle Veora 3BR/2 5
BA, w/ office & pool, on over-sized lot in
cul de sac. granite counter lops in kitchen
and new master baih, walk to beach,
$529,000. 58 Jefherson Ave. Call

SOUTHSIDE Secrel Woods, all brick.
3/2/2 1895 sl. bull 1987, $284.900 OBO.
Indeoendeni Brokers 710-3111
FSBO GOOD Slaner Homel 618-1
Dutton Island Dr West., 3BR/1.5BA. New
A/C, rool, windows, doors, and applian-
ces By appointment only. Call David
247-0665 homee, 704 2337 Icell).
Ocean view. 2540s31 1/2 block to ocean,
1/2 block to lown center Numerous up-
grades. $799500 115 Orange St.
Broker/owner 725-0302 or 887-8237.
Intracoastal West
1 35 acres l pristine waieriront privacy in
popular Marsh Souna. This is an absolute-
ly immaculate 4BRF3BA home that offers
Ihe best of all worlds. Great home, great
location and in fantastic shape. $450,000
Call Mark of The Dilworth Realty Group of
Vanguard GMAC 904-591-6976.
NEPTUNE BEACH cottage, completely
restored, will co op; $397,900, 440 Hop-
kins St., 945-1068.
esville, lakeview, upstairs master suite
w/office. 4/3 2950sl, 5 acres, built 2002.
$469.000. Independent Brokers 904-710-
3 11,1. *,,r [ .. .. -. '-. *
The Innlet 4 PV By the Sea. 2BR/2BA,
end unit, one level, $1600si, updated,
large deck overlooking pond. home war-
ranty, pnvaie walk way to the beach and
The Lodge. $487,000, 904-962.6876.
ATLANTIC & Kirnen area 3BR/2BA, on
lake. 1580si, $234,900 Call. Terry
LIVE 1NAB <$400.000 6 blocks to ocean,
Iakefront, pool. 3BR/2 5BA, 2 car garage.
See to appreciate. 518 Selva Lakes Cir-
cle. $395,000 904-994-4220
NEPTUNE BEACH fixer upper; perfect
for investor or owner/ occupant, con-
crete block, 4 blocks from ocean,
$285.000, call Mark, 591-6976.
ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2 Charming Beach
Cottage, 937 E Coasr Dr, 2 biks ocean/
park, playground/ tennis: irrigation: gor.-
geous landscape; orlg pine. oor/ walls
throughout:l;' private backyard; move-in
condition: walk-in closet; large master
bath, home warranty; will co-op; $795K;

FACTURER? Original Old Timer Log
Homes Needs Dealers in Your Area. Pro-
lected Territory, High Commissions, Sla-
bility/Support Contact Mr Henry
INVESTOR'S DREAM Lot w/ house.
60x125, 91h Ave N. Make offer
DEERFIELD LAKES- 2/1.5 condo,
THE COURTYARDS- 2/2 condo, no
stairs, pnrivale courtyard, $119,900
CYPRESS CREEK- Near Mayport Elem.
& Wonderwood. Nice 3/2, 2 car gar.
freshly painted, new vinyl & more
WOLF CREEK- 3/2.5 condo. Almost
brand new w. garage & many upgrades
ARLINGTON HILLS- 3/2, nice starter
home, good area. $149.900.
HARBOUR SPRINGS 4/2. 2 car gar.
Newer area, very open, beaut, stone
frpic, lenced yard, corner lot. Close o10
schools/beaches Reduced o10 $214,900.
area. 4/3, over 30K in upgrades. Below
appraisal Better than a model home.
4/2, near schools & snops. $234,500.
221-1711 OR 241-5501
SAWGRASS 2BRi2BA. completely re-
modeled. new 30 year rool, 42" hickory
cabinets, Iraveline sione Iloor, Berber car-
pet and crown molding, $289,900 463-
Dolphin Cove, 6 Barracuda PL. This 3/2
home has been updated in 2004 to in-
clude new kitchen wiln Granite counter-
tops, tile & carpet floors, new irim & doors,
new vanities & water closes, AC. exiend-
ed pano. Large shed w/ cable & A/C in
landscaped yard w'/ irrigation system
$287,500 Owner Agent. 887-6479.
2300sl galed goll community $549,900.
PONTE VEDRA Laketront. 5,3, 2740sl.
fenced yard. Walk to bcn, many upgrades.
FSBO- 285-4715. $559K.
3BR/2BA, VERY nice, modern, open floor
plan, 2 car garage, Oakridge Subdivision,
VB, $419,000. (904)699-2906..
FOR SALE BY OWNER -- 2BR condo. St.
Peteisburg. 1 mile Irom Gulf of
Mexico/Don Cesar On Isla Del Sol goll
course. Completely furnished $370,000
Call (859)608-2213
2BR/2BA ATLANTIC Beach home on golf
course. $188.500. 247 9850
TIDAL WATERFRONT in Atlantic Beach.
1550 sqhl. 3/2 w/ updated bathrooms, tile
& carpel. 100 h dock w/ boat It11, access to
ICW, $300K, (904)813-5315.
INDIAN SPRINGS. 4BR/2.5 BA approx.
3000 sl. 2 car gar, new roof, $329,000.
BEACH/SAN PABLO area. 3501 Claridge
Rd. E Newly-remodeled concrete block,
2BR/1BA, large backyard. $138.000.
223-5149. 339-4685.
3BR/2.5BA, two story, pool. $439,900,
1660 Linkside CI No.. call Kimoerlee.
472-5558 Magnolia Properties.
ISLE OF Palms. gorgeous 3/2, new paint
inside & out, ixrtures. carpel windows,
landscaping, sprinkler system A/C & roof.
$244.900 Tim 509-9071
home. Close to good schools, base. and
Wonderood Conneclor. $123,000. Call
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3 Blocks to Beach,
2BR/1BA on 60'x150' lot. 255 Sherry Dr.
$459,000. 349-2504
46 steps to Neptune Elementary play-
gobtndc3BR/2BA.' 1998sf.'new root..large
corner o, ,, 19. F AoresIl 1Ae. $329k.
246-5162. 1
Dolphin Cove 3BR/2BA. huge corner lot,
all brick, cul-de-sac, updated tile in main
living area Ready to got Just Reduced.
2BR[ 2BA condo, upgraded tile & carpet,
backs to preserve, vaulted ceilings.
Motivated seller. $201,999.
4BR/2BA huge cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and tennis, minutes to the Beaches
A school. $288,900.
4BR/2BA w/pooll 2000+st.. new roof,
HVAC, lence, flooring, windows, garage
door. Offered at $384,900.
TWO 1BR/ 1BA +loft Ponle Vedra Beach
Cohdos,, 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 conage, 2BR/1.5BA, ador-
able with huge great room, private back-
yard,' great for entertaining, Low mainte-
nance landscaping. $319,900.
Motivated seller 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood floors, Icar garage.
Offered at $144,900
3BR/2.5BA, comer lot, exc. condition ,
close to beaches & schools. $269,500.
Seller topay $1500 closing costs!
Upgraded home on San Pablo Circle,
3R/2BA home w/spacious master suile.
Fenced back yard, large den, immaculate-
ly maintained. Offered al $326,900.
4/2 HOME In Walden Chase off CR 210.
never lived in, huge great room, $349,900
Call: 904-241-4447

ocean. Call collect (864)967-3051.


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OWNER WILL finance, oceanview 2/1
condo. $295K. Call (904)891-6710.
APPROXIMATELY 1 mile to beach,
1BRil.5BA wiloft. new roof. wood deck,
kitchen upgraded $217,000 242-7529,
PVB 1BR/1BA. 550sl, tiled, new applian-
ces, ground floor. $137.900. 285-6325
Sat. Sun. only. 12-5pm. Park serving.
lakeview, new unit. Reduced $18K, FSBO,
(904)284-5251, Ocean Grove, 5212K
PONTE VEDRA. 1BR/IBA. 750s1., open
floor plan, 1car garage, hickory cabinets,
granite countertops, Travertine. stone
floors, slate shower $199,900
vaulted ceiling. beautiful tile Brighi, open
floor plan. No dogs. $455.000
(404)325-0820, (404)784-6601.
1/1 CONDO in Ponle Vedra. New applian-
ces and a ton of community ammenities.
$168,000. (904)504.8864 or
OCEAN & PIER VIEWS. 3/2 7th Iloor.
1572 st. garage, The Nonrh Shore.
$590,900, 568-1613.
PRICED TO SELLI 1 br w/ garage! The
Palms $149,9001 568-1613.
$215,000- 2/2, garage, all appl. incl., Jar-
din De Mer. 247-4211.
good neighborhood, distressed property
Must sell. State your price. Appraised at
$140,000. 805-377-2430. 904-803-5359
2BR/2BA. 1600se. $298k on water lot gal-
ed.yard maintenance, pool & tennis court
New plumbing lhru-oul. New Tiane AC
unit. Just put up for sale & it'll go last 285-
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
vated, $189,900. possible lease/purchase,
BEAUTIFUL SAWGRASS beach club villa
totally updated $258.000. 1904)280-5170
or 616-5274.
OCEAN VIEW 3/2, upgraded appliances,
great south end view, $474.900, Vanguara
Realty, 568-4818.
ATL BCH, 2BR 1.5BA, 1250st. completely
remodeled- kichen, bath, rile, carpet 8
more. Cusiom closets, stone Irplc.
$113,600. 7733777.
San Marco, 1BR/1BA, $85,000.
2BR/1.5BA, $133,900. Sea Stale Realty
Corp. (904)537-0679
OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
Irom every room. $519,900. Owner/ agent

'FSBO. 1BR/1BA. Palms at Marsh Land-
ing. Perteclt location, private marsh view
846 sq. ft. Newly renovated in 2004. Ask-
ing only $156,000. 476-5280.
OCEANVIEW 3/2, exc. cond. Condo fee
$239/mo Molivated' seller $699,000 Day
pnone 553-0509, after 5pm 241-2443.
2BR/2BA w/garage, walk to the beach'
The Lodge. new carpet & paint Tenanl
will stay or go. Reduced lor quick sale,
.$229,90, mTne Colony PVB.
AWESOME OCEAN front condo, south
.Jax Beach, very nice. 1/1 w/ glassed-in
porch, ceramic files, new appliances.
$399,000 OBO. (904)881-5793.
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87, PEAC, $10,500 firm, excellent condr-
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708-0731, 241-8718.
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St. Nep'Bch, downstairs, $1050/mo Incl.
util. (661)803-6275.
2BR/f.5BA TOWNHOME in Atlantic
'Beach, 5 blocks to ocean, $1200/mo +
$1200 dep., 591-1226;
2BR/1.5BA, CH/A, fp,'$950/mo, 463-4912,
Townhome, 3/2.5, W/D, garage, pool, No
Pets, Non-smokers, $1280/mo. 655-2718.

blocks from beach, Ig deck & backyard, flclency' Apt. 1.5' blocks from ocean.
W/D, storage room. $1200/mo. 318-2121, $775/mo. Lewis Realty (904)291-7229.

JAX BEACH, East of 3rd. Walk to beach
2BR/1.5BA townhome. $1050/mo Pets
OK. 242-9195.
JAX BEACH- 1 block 'to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhohle, CH&A, WDHU.
balcony & patio, 520 S. 2nd St. $1350/mo,
$1000 deposit, 280-2728 Ive message.
MOBILE HOMES. $500 to $550, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579. .
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location 2
blocks to ocean Very clean No Petrs
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219. .
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean,
2BR/1BA. 1 year lease, NO pels, 800sl
includes WID $1000/mo. .$1000,sec
dep 918A First Street,. between Bay &
Pine Call 246-8970 or 591-1218
4EPTUNE BCH- studio apt, all utilities
paid & cable. A view ol Ine Inlracoastal
$625/mo Call 543-1150
JAX BEACH- Immaculate 3BR/2BA unit in
Ire Palms, ground floor, lakeview unit. Fit-
. ness center pools, tanning, tennis club-
house. & morel $1250/mo 904-372-9222

FURNISHED. DOWN to the kitchenware.
1/1, long or.short term, 1 block to beach.
Includes util. & laundry room. As' low as
$1000/mo. 318-0044.
2BR/1.5BA, CH&A, WDHU, carpet & por-
celain tile, fenced in back yard. 2112 Flori-
da Blvd. Neptune Bch. $800/mo, credit
check. 888-259-0783.

2/1, apartment, 101C 16th Ave. S. CH/A,
WDHU. No dogs $995/mo. +$500/deposit.
211 N. 8th St., 1/1 apartment. No dogs.
$625/mo. Broker/Owner, 249-8766. Call
PONTE VEDRA Bch 3BR split, 2BA, sin-
gle gar. Upgraded Including all new appli-
ances. & monthly lawn care. 177 Del Pra-
do. $1250/mo. 1st & last deposit required.
No pets, non-smoker. Avail Oct. Call

JAX BCH near ocean IBR uniurnished BR'IBA 2 blocks irom ocean, garage,
apt., lease, references, $725/mo, 222 41rh large fenced backyard, upstairs or down-
Ave. So.. 221-4134, 703-5518. slairs unil available. $1100 mo 866-2645.

2 large bedrooms- 1 1/2 baths including
refrigerator w/ Ice maker, dishwasher,
washer & dryer, separate dining area, fire-
place in living room, newly carpeted (sorry
NO DOGS), fresh & clean. Includes pool,
security system plus additional outside
locked storage facility.' $850/mo, 1lyr
lease, deposit &'references required. Call
evenings 285-8325 or cell 403-9297.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. renovated
2BR, all amenites, avail. soon $1100/mo.
247-1417... 1 BR, near ocean. $750/mo.
JAX BCH, 2BR 1.5BA duplex, CH/A,
WDHU, fenced yard, $800/mo. +security
deposit. Call (904)631-4373, -
2BR,'2 5BA garage, lenced-in deck and
yard, ,le, new carpel Pals allowed Bike
lo Beach Salellile ready. $1195/mo.+
Deposit 273-5653

1BR/BAon water, fisherman delig, OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA. 506 B Ocean.
BR/BeAon water. fisherman's aeligit, h rom. Nepiune Beacri. Just remodeled 3BRi2BA FURNISHED or unfurnished.
near beach $770 + down includes utilit $1800/mo including utilities. 545-1046 PVB, new kitchen, 285.4772.
les. 221-0847.

1129 Sebago Ave. So./ Oak Harbor
All new 3BRM2BA, tilei carpel lenced yard.
no pets, year lease $1200!mo 631-3583
or 612-8868
1901 Challenger CT WesV Courtyards
2BR/2BA loll, nile carpel, new appliances.
private courtyard, no pets, year lease
$950/mo. 631-3583 or 612-8868
NEPTUNE BCH 1/2 block to ocean.
2BR1IBA. deck. large garage. CH&A
WDHU, No dogs, $1250/mo deposit
Call Tr,sn 463-0222

JAX BEACH- 2BR cottage near ocean,
CH&A. WDHU, no pets, $925/mo + $500 WALK TO Beach Efficiency $550/mo.
deposit. 246-3130. 1BR $650/mo., 2BR $800/mo, security
^. ^NIn r, 6 O^cean Blvn dd deposit, no pets. 12mo. lease 514-8530.

AILANiIIIl z-A ,bn u ce. .. ivu .
2BR/1BA, W/ID included, CH&A, tile tloor.
1 bloc tlo ocean. $1200/mo. 1st. last and
security 838 6333.

PONTE VEDRA, gated townhouse. 2/2
attached garage, pool, gym, $950,'mo..

Stockion ATradition Since 1884 I

$ 875

.713 Belleza
412 The Palms
70'3 Vdills of Marsh Landing
36 The Colony
535 Ocean Links
728 Belleza
748 Marsh Cove Lane
9757 Rough Creek
1106 Valencia
744 Summerhouse 0 Beach
1979 Spoonbill St.
804 Templeton Lane
97 Voyager Court
S144 Shelby Core Court
104 Crossco.e Circle
61.11 Bndge'atier Circle
505 Seascape
10302 Ocean Grande

905 2nd Sueet North, #C
201 Portofino
70 Beach Cottage Lane
117 Deer Co e Drive
408 Seaspray Lane
9910 Preston Trail
804 NlMeopohlan
628 Preenr'e View Dnvc
165 Barberry Lane
116 Beliedere Place
570 Ponte Vedra Blvd
'549 Lake Road
1550 Be.c'h Avenue "

$ 900/%wk Beach Club Villas
11 00X)/wk49 Titon Wa. North
$1300/v kDeer Run
$1400 The Colon%
$1500 741 Spinnaker's Reach
$1500/"k 2503 S. Ponte Vedra
*Special Rate*
$1600 Sea Place
$1600/wk 2839 S Ponte Vedra
S$1800/ k The Reteat
1800 SO/ k Ocean Manor
.2000 Las Bnsas
$2000 Loggerhead Lane
$2000 Vista Del Mar
$2000 20)11 Beach Ae i,3mo.rmin
$2200 Quail Point U
$2300 92 Tifron Wasv North
$2500 Pelican Point
$2500 31 Little Bay Harbor
$2500/w k 728 Oceanfront
$2700/wk2824 Coastal Hw

Ponte Vedra 1/1.. 875
Ja.\ Beach ,2/2 1156-
Ja.\ Beach 2/2 '. 1080
Ponre Vedra 2/2 1100
Ponte Vedra 2/2 1200
Pone Vedra '2/2 1012
Ponte Vedra 3/2+loft 1650,
Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 2/2 1465
Jax Beach/Beach Pkwy 2/2 1356
iPonte Vedra 3/2 1500
Jax/San Pablo Rd 3/2 1700
Ponme Vedra/Walden Chase4/2 '; 1700
Ponce Vedra/Saw.grassTPC3/2 1750
Ponme Vedra 4/2 5 2000
Ponte Vedra/Seaside .4/2 2345
Ponme Vedra/Sawgrass TPC3/2.5 2000
Ja.x Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 1300
South Ponte Vedra 3/3 2035
Jax Beach 3/3 2444.
Palm Valley I 3/2 2460
Atlantic Beach 4/4 2800
Ponte Vcdra/Marbh Landing 4/2.5 2000
Ponte Vedra by the Sea 4/3 2650
P,:,nre Vedra/Sagrais CC 3/2.5 2900
Jax Beach/Oceanview 3/2 1799
Palm Vallev/Marsh Harbor 4/4+bonus rm3100
Ponte Vedra/Saugrass TPC3/2.5 3800
Ponte Vedra/Belhedere 4/4.5 3200
Ponle Vedra 3/2.5 3158
Ponte Vedra I a '. .- .4/3itil I '"IA"S4Sta
AUtlAhc Peach I .4-3 5 0 '" '0i

Sawgrass Beach Club Eff.
Sawgrass Country Club 2/2 5
Saw grass CoUntr3y Club 3/2
Ponte Vedra 2/2
Sa% grass Beach Club I/I

S. Pomnie Vedra 4/2.5
Atlantic Beach 2/2
S Ponte Vedra 3/1 5
Ponie Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2
Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 3/2
Ja.\ Beach/Oceanfront 2/2
Saw grass/Pla)ers Club 3/2.5
Jax Beach/Oceanside 3/2
I Atlantic Beach/Oceanftont 3/2
Saw grass Country Club 2/2
Saw grass Country Club 3/2
Ja.\ Beach/Oceanfront 2/2
Sawgrass Countrn Club 2/2.5
Neptune Beaci/Oceanfront 3/2 5
V'ilanri Beach/Ocearitroni/Pool 6/4

$3000 7ui3 Landmark 17 mo.min I Jax Beach Oceanfront 3/2
$3100/, k 725 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Ponte \'edra/Oceanfr.rt/P.ol 5/3
$3300 133 Sea Hammock WaN Ponle Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2


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CH A. WDHU Easi or tar St $795.
$895'mo. 241-7368. 733-3730

NB, 2,1 upper, eat-in-Kitchen. large living
room, new carpet & tile $995tmo. TDO
Management Services 246-1125
SHADY & Quiet, 1BR'IBA. near base.
ideal o101 single person small pel OK, uil
included, coin laundry on premises,
$575'mo, 247-4221
1-1/i2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South.
1BR/1BA $685/mo 1904)891-0606.
JAX BCH. 2BR 1BA upper. 2 blocks
ocean. $795/mo.- $500/dep Small pals
ok Military' senior discount. 214-B 13th
Ave N 708-0731 or 241-8718.

JAX BEACH block & nail Irom water,
2BR/1BA, CH.'A, WDHU, FP, $750/mo.
904-891-0606 or 352-478 2161
LARGE! BEDROOM Jax Beach, 1 1/2
blocks to ocean CH/CA, real nice. Call
Club villa $850/mo Please Call 838-9598
between 9am-5pm.
LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent location. 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets. $575/mo 642-1214 or
OLD ATLANTIC Beach. 322 3rd Street,
2BR.1BA, 3 blocks Irom ocean, large
backyard. no dogs, $1200,mo + dep. 246.
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach Best
area, quiet, safe. residential neighbor-
hood 2BR/1BA. lower duplex, new paint.
CH&A, W,D included. No smoking, no
pels. $950/mo,. lease deposit. 993-1118.
2BR w/ 2 master suites, laundry hook-up
and hall bath on first floor, new ceramic
tile & carpet. $875/mo + sec. dep.. 249-
JAX BEACH Oceanview Renovaled
Hardwood floors, Dishwasher, CH&A
1BR/1BA. $800/mo, $850/mo. $$1000/Imo
1904)859-1301, 1904)553-1354

PVB IN TPC. 3BR/2BA townhouse.
1475si garage, WID, fireplace
$1495.'mo erave Shaughnessy.
904-537-0570. Preview at
3BR/2BA+ office, 2000sf, 2 car garage.
Courtyard pool. lawn/pool service Includ-
ed Pets OK. $1900/mo (904)703.0242.
J eli RUd'3,r'brick. renr'lobwKh. $1'20a'rnd
VIP Realty, 962.6190 '" "
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312. ONE car gar,. excellent sc ooi ,
many exiras and bull in tiled floors., lrst &
last, will consider RTO, leave call back
message. 247-5116.
JAX BEACH Holly Drive. 3BR/2BA. 2 car
garage lenced yard, $1250/mo t deposit.
3BRi2BA, real condition, 1654sft, over
looking goll course, low maintenance.
$1500,mo. 904-219-7962
SOUTH JAX Beach 3BR/1.5BA, 6 blocks
lo ocean $1300/mo. 710-5200
ATLANTIC BCH/ Mayport, Spacious 3.2,
+bonus room, fireplace, fenced yard. pest
control Included. No smoking/pels Availa-
ble 10.3. $1150mo + deposit 755-4038
JAX BCH, 4 blocks from ocean. 3BR
1 5BA. CH A, tile & care s, new kil cabi-
nets. $1250.'mo plus $1100'dep. Dogs
301bs and under considered 514-4229 al-
ter 4pm Brokqr/ owner.
3BRi1BA, 8 blocks to ocean, CH&A,
WDHU w/large separate* utility shed,
fenced backyard wiliki bar, BBO pit Musl
see to appreciate' 814 31d Ave S. JB
$925,mo +dep. Must pass credit check
Donnie 992-0088, 246-3690. 333-1822
ICW NEAR San Pablo Rd. 3BRi1BA.
LARGE fenced yard CH&A, WDHU.
$950/mo. 241-1857, 246-0248
COTTAGE ACROSS from ocean, 512 1st
St. South $850,mo. VIP Realry
NEPTUNE BCH, 4 2, 1500sI. Ig corner lot,
newly remodeled. 4 blocks to ocean.
51590/mo. 662-6522.

S. JAX Bch. Near ocean. 3BR 2BA.
$1650/mo. yr lease. New bedroom carpet,
paint. Dep.246-6865 or (919)358-0244
1649 LANDING. Nep Bcr. 3BR 2BA, com-
pleiely updated, beauiilul neighborhood, Ig
fenced yard. 2 car gar. & RV parking.
$1600/mo., deposit req'd. By appr. oniy
BEAUTIFUL 3/2 South Jax Beach
home, 5 blocks Irom beach, recently reno.
valed inside and out. WiD included.
$1500/mo 280-2341
JB 3BR/1BA, CH&A. WDHU. large lenced
yard, great neighborhood, 1012 9th Street
North $1100/mo. 249-1104 or 254-7752.
BRAND NEW construction. 4BR/2.5BA,
hardwood floors, granite countertops,
stainless steel appliances, fenced, 4
blocks from ocean, $2200/mo.. call
Mark, 591-6976.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA. 1 car gar..
W/D. large rear yard w/ 20X20 deck. new
paint & fixtures, new file & carpet.
$950/mo, 372-0575.
NEP BCH, large 4BR 2BA'. new paint, rile
& carpet winn gar. pls 'coV'eft5d'ar@ifi
ior t.cal RV $1650 mb 09.-7O4-t '- J

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$3800 105o Water Ok Water OakfTPC 3/3.5+office 3200 e
$5500 1\31 Beach Avei 3mo mn i Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400 our specials!"
Pets Negotiable No Purebred or mix 'of the following dogs 0
allowed on our properties:
Pit/American Bull, Chow, German Shepherd,

"Other furnished properties also available /
Daily, Weekly and Monthly."
Call today to book your next vacation!! d
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(904) 285-2882 1-800 FLA HOMES 2495611

s sr i*55; ; BEACH RENTALS ;-Is 44 4 S I
Unfurnished Homes The Courtyards AB 3BR/2.5BA. Riverbrook at
Serena Point JB 3BR/3BA, new private, updated unit w/garage, patio, Glen Kernan Hodges
% top floor condo, direct oceanfront balcony, overlooks lagoon. $1175/mo. 5BR/3BA brick home w/fenced
r view, amenities, garage. $3000/mo. Furnished Homes back-yard, comer lot, 2700sqft, two car
Oceanside 932 JB 3BR/3.5BA. Sawgrass Beach Club PV IBR/ garage $1895/mo.
condo has luxurious features. ocean 1BA. end unit, 1st floor condo, garage, Pablo Bay San Pablo 4BR/3BA newer '
; porch, sunset porch. garage. balcony, comm.pool. $2000/mo. home on water, upgrades throughout. ,
$2800/mo. Intracoastal West
2800/mo. Rishop's Court odges open floor plan. $1900/mo.
North Shore JB 3BR/2BA. brand End units v/views Unfurnished Condos
new construction w/great ocean views, all appliances, amenities. Ocean Links PV
garage. amenities. $24-00/mo. I BR/I BA. ground floor. $875/mo. 2BR/2BA. second floor, screened porch, r
Sawgrass PV 2BR/2BA, home has IBR/IBA, ground floor. $900/mo. fireplace, amenities $1000/mo.
wood deck w/lagoon to golf course Reserve at Pointe Meadows Gate Palms at Marsh Landing JRB
views, remodeled. $1500/m0o. Pkwy 2BR/2BA 2nd floor condo w/tile Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
434 9th Avenue N. JB 3BR/1BA, floors, upgrades, balcony. $1095/mo. 1BR/lBA, 3rd floor, vaulted ceilings.
home has hardwood floors, all new Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, $850/mo. '
interior, fenced backyard. $1495/mo. townhouse, all upgraded, screened 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit, 1
Villages of Solano PV porch, amenities. $1100/mo. vaulted ceilings. $1100/mo
3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft, IL Vllago Sothsde 2BR/25BA 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, w/wood floors,
garage, patio, very neutral and clean. two story condo w/upgrades .
$1450/ i. throughout, amenities. $1200/mo. fireplace, private garage. $1150/mo
each Avene A 2BR/BA, 2nd rightater -ate kwy
Story diplex,ocean views, wood deck, 2R/2.5A, townhouse w/upgr adesREAXCOASTAL REAL ESTATE
wood f-oo. $1200/nt. -roughout, porch, garage. $1250/mo. Shannon Smith
wood foors. uu/mro.- .... = ^.
a' w an' foo lNo $ /o. h 'ome Stonefield att Bartram Park (904) 285-5640
.Penm Road,- NB 3BR/2BA home Mandarn 3BR/2.5BA, newer two..
w3nwww.rentthebeaches.com -
w/tile floors, screened porch, fenced story courtyard home, 1975 sqft, 2 car
backyard, on large lot. $1200/mo. garage, amenities. $1600/mo. L p
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PVB Solano Cay. 3BR/2BA. garage.
large backyard In quiet neighborhood.
Comm. pool. $1250'mo. 315-6558

ISLE OF Palms, 3BR/2BA, 1660sf. 2 car
gar.,$1550/mo. 14525 Luth Dr. N. Call
Cindy 962-3713.
WEST BEACHES, Ibis Point, 3/3 w/office,
2400sf., GR w/flreplace, LR, DR, ElIK, cov-
ered patio, comm. pool, sprinklersystem,
water softener. $1575/mo. TDO Manage-
ment Services. 246-1125.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA home, 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec. dep. 1310
Pinewood' Rd. off Penman and North 12th
Ave. Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.
SOUTH JAX Beach, 3BR/2.5BA, 1 car ga-
*age on quiel cul-de-sac. Available
10.;106 $1350'mo. 655-3491.
AAA LOCATION near Mayo .and Navy
Base. 3/2 house with view of ICW. FP,
2 car. garage. Recently renovated.
$1299/mo. 850-230-6006.
OCEAN VIEW home! 3,2 5 beaumtul nome
1/2 block to the beacn All appliances,'
wood floors, oerber carpel, crown mold-
ing. Furnisned or uniumished. $2400 mo
68- 291n Ave. South 1904)536-3308




home. long-term rental. 1904)354.4-400.
JAX BEACH. 3BR!2BA. lile floors, updal-
ed bathroom, new carpet. No smoking. No
pels $1250'mo. +$1000'dep 673-6335.
3000 st, 2 car gar.. asking $1800/mo .
$1800 deposit., ready to move in,
PONTE VEDRA Sawgrass Players Club,
Bermuda Court. 2BR/2BA patio home.
$1150'mo 655-5990
JAX BEACH- near ocean, 3BR/1BA.
Lease, references required 218 4th Ave.
South $1195/mo. 1904)221-4134, 703-
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 1 block Irom
ocean Charming trench country style
nore ,,gRk ov etlegqi. qoutyard .
. A g r p 5 ipg a, 9 : .rp
Nov. $2650rmo Call Rick 891-2345
PONTE VEDRA L'Atnum, 2BR/2BA, ga-
rage, pool, tennis, orange, lemon and
grapelruil trees, $1150/mo. Available im-
medialely 285-9884.
CUTE 3BR/2BA. PVB home, fenced back
yard, wid, $1500!mo. Call (9041386-7792.
WEST BEACHES Ashley Woods, 3/2.
2100si. formal LR/DR, GR, open kitchen
w/EIK area. huge master BR/ BA,
$1425/mo TDO Management Services.
1650sf. Ig lenqed rear yard. peis negotia-
ble. $1350imo i-deposit Includes pest
control and lawn service. 1904)476-3000.
WEST BEACHES. Sullon Lakes, 4/2,
2300st. Formal LR/DR, Family room
w/lireplace, carpet, cath ceilings, fenced
yard, $1450/'mo. TDO Management Serv-
ices. 246-1125.
JAX BEACH- 909 7th Ave. North.
2BR/1BA house w/screened in porch.
fenced yard, CH&A $950'mo.
1904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.
JAX BEACH. 428 3rd Ave. So, 2BR/1BA
nouse, CH&A. lenced yard, $775/mo,
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.
ATLANTIC BEACH townhouse, 1 blk. to
ocean, 3BR/2.5BA, 1850sq. ft avaialbe
now. 219-2481.

3/2, 1 car garage. $1795/mo.
2/2, $800/mo.
3/2 house, $995/mo.
S.3/2,2 car garage, $1175/mo
3/2. 2 car garage, $1195/mo.
3/2. 2 car garage, $1395/mo. .
Executive home- 5/4, 2 car garage.
2/2. 1 car garage, $995/mo
4',2, 2 car garage $1395/mo.
* 3i2. $1050/mo .
3/2 5 townhouse, 1 car gar. $1350/mo
2/2, $950/mo.
3/2, $1195/m6
S4/2. $1525/mo.
4/2,2 car gar., avail. 11/1, $1525/mo.
S3/2. 2 car garage, 1425sf. $1195/mo.
3/2. $1395/mo
4/2.5. 3 car gar.. almost 3000se..
2/2.5,1042sf, $950/mo.
2/2. buill 2005 1000sf, $895/mo
:2/2, 1125sf. uilt 2005 $950/mo
4/2,3 car garage, $1400/mo.
4/2, 2 car garage, 200sf, 1495/mo.
3/2, $1295/mo.
4/3,3 car gar., $1825/mo.
4/3,3 car gar. $1795/mo.
'241-5501 OR 221-1711.

ATLANTIC BEACH Cloister Condo.
3BR/2BA. All amenities, all appliances, in-
cluding washer/dryer. 219-2481.




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NEW VALENCIA, 2/2.5. galed. upgrades,
elevalors, fabulous clubhouse. $1700/mo
3BR/2.5BA, 1700 sf. Ocean views from
MB. garage, CH&A No smoking. No pels.
$2000/mo 1208 S. 2nd SI 655-7365.
JAX BEACH new luxury comer unit
3BR/3BA w/ocean view, amenities
$2100/mo. 223-6896
W/D, screened porch gated. liness. pool.
close to beach, $995,mo + deposit Availa-
ble November 1sl. 247-9727
1BR/tBA, pool, fabulous, upscale. You
are wonh ,i $1550/mo, 249-6166
PVB IN TPC, 3BR/2BA townhouse,
1475sl. garage. W/D, fireplace.
$1495/mo. .Steve Shaughnessy,
904:537-0570. Prevrew aL
www.stevesnaugrinessy.com -. -
ATLANTIC BEACH 2/2 beautiful furnished
vacation condo, $1300/mo, 887-5005.

PVB OCEAN Grove Condos IBR/ 1Bih -
Prime Lake View, W'D, screened patio.
cable alarm. Club house, pool facilities.
prniaie beach access. $900'mth
2BR/2BA, CH/A. Bike to Hanna. Private
Courtyard. Pool Small pets OK.
$850imo. 233-2719.
PONTE VEDRA Summer House.
2BRP2BA. $1050/mo ; 1sl mo. $525, 904-
2BR/25BA INTRACOASTAL waterfront
condo with spectacular view, end unit.
newly remodeled, grande, travertine, new
appliances, no smoking/ pels $1200/mo
without boar slip, $1400/mo w/boar slip,
lerview. 2nd floor, garage, appliances.
$995/mo 1727)686-1708.
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE. brand new,
2BR/2BA w/fireplace and appliances.
5-slar amenities, galed community.
$950/mo Kmmie 904-333-8604. Avail im-
side End unit, 1-story. May give option to
buy. $1250/mo. t904)612-6532
VALENCIA. JAX Beach, 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage, many upgrades, resort style
pool w/lilness center $1600/mo.
1BR W/ GARAGE! The Palms $900/mo.,
OCEAN 'FRONT 2/2 furnished w/ W/D,
$1800/mo, 386-5008.
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
valed, $1100/mo. possible lease/pur-
cnase. (215)598.7488.
OCEAN FRONT, new 3/3 garage, pool
consider lease option 6 months plus,.
$2575/mo. 568-4818.

1BR/1BA CONDO For Rent in The Grand
Reserve. Goll Course View. Close to UNF
and Beaches. Swimming pool, hot-tub,
gym, volleyball & tennis court. Washer &
Dryer Included $850/mb., 1yr. lease. Call
Jonathan (904)219-6313
Club villa. $850/mo. Please Call 838-9598
between 9am-5pm.
NEW LUXURIOUS large 1BR overlooking
lake, steps to ocean, $1450 Call 708-
2867. ,
1/1 PLUS porch w/TV $850/mo. includes
water. New: tile, carpet, W/D, gated. pool,
gym. Please call 509-6895 Avail 8/1.
PVB, 2BR/2BA, 1100sf., 2nd floor unit,
w/garage, fireplace, W/D, vaulted ceilings,
walk to beach, quiet location. $1000/mo.
VILLAS AT Marsh Landing. 1/1, EIK, patio
faces wooded area, access from LR/ BR
double fireplace, $850/mo. TDO Manage-
ment Services 246-1125
2/2, GARAGE, Jax Bch $1100/mo. Call
2/2.5, WATERFRONT,. 1140 sf, W/D,
$995/mo, 1 yr. lease, non-smokers only,
2/2 new condo In PV Bch. 2nd floor, frplc.,,
washer' dryer, pool. spa & gym. In quiet
gated community. $1100/mo. Call Steve
PVB, 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnished. Steps
to Ocean. Garage, ,$1600/mo. 708-4022.
JAX BEACH. 2BR/2BA. split floor plan,,
fireplace. 1028 4th St N.. blocks Irom
beach. $1050/mo. 728-3000 (days),
786-2757 (evenings).' .

ATLANTIC BEACH, Deerfield Lakes. For
lease, newly' remodled condo, 1/1.5, AC,
sec. sys., elec. apple no pets. $800/mo.
Depositfirst + last month, (904)781-6528:
PVB SUMMER house, luxury top floor 2/2,,
rock ;tar amenities,W/D, no pets/smokers,
Won't last $999/mo +deposit, 755-4038.

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

PVB, OCEAN GROVE. 2BR/2BA, garage,
$1100/mo. 391-0029, 399-5511 (eve-
1200st, fireplace, W/D, 2nd floor, new car-
pet, huge ceilings $1175/mo. 635-6375

tested divorce papers. Without Kids (while
you wait) With kids (a little longer) Since
1981/ by appt only (904)641-2187.
DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children.
etc Only one signature required Excludes
govt. feesI Call weekdays (800)462-2000
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.


Notice, Is hereby given that the Code En-
forcement Board of the City ol Neptune
Beach, Florida, will conduct a regular
monthly Public Hearing on Wednesday,
October 11, 2006, at 7:00 p.m., In the
City Hall Council Chanbers at 116 First
Street, Neptune Beach, Florida. The fol-
lowing cases are on the agenda:
Ordinance CEB 06-270, 407 Lore
Ordinance CEB 06-280, 214 O0eander
Noise CEB 06-29N, 250 Myra Street
II a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect 'to any
matter considered at such meeting or
hearing, he will need a record of the pro-
ceedings and for such purpose he may
need to ensure that,a verbatim record of
Ihe proceedings is made, which record In-
cludes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal Is to be based.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flon-r
da Statute, persons with disablllties need-
ing special accommodatibn to participate
In this meeting should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 p.m., the,
day of the meeting
Code Enforcement Board
BL 10/4/06

i l ilDINANCE NO. 2006-7928

S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean- "AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND PLAN-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 24.1-0267. NED, UNIT DEVELOPMENT ORDI-
www renijacksonvillebeach.com NANCE NO. 7411, AS AMENDED, SUP-
Luxury furnished 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites FOR THE CITY OF_ JACKSONVILLE
Equipped Kitchens. DER CHAPTER 34 OF THE CODE OF
2nd Street & 5tn Ave. South ORDINANCES OF SAID CITY."
OCEANFRONT 1 OR 2BR, weekly/ DINANCE NO. 2006-7929
monthly, pool. 463-7343. "AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAP-
4BR/4BA. weekly, monthly, yearly. Call GRAPH () BUILDINGW OPERATIONS
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us. at: FOR OTHER PURPOSES."
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or
535-3828. October 16, 2006 -7:00 P.M.
S- ... City of Jacksonville Beach
MIM;EN |fl ( ;l[ Council Chamber
NICE, CLEAN 3BR/2BA. $350/mo -ut lil- 11 North 3rd Street
ies Call it interested. 334-6266.. Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
PVB, LOTS of amenities, furnished, COPIES OF THE PROPOSED ORDI-
$150/wk:q r $600/mo, 235-9304 NANCES ARE ON FILE FOR PUBLIC
home, 1/2 block Irom ocean. $675/mo + CITY CLERK OF JACKSONVILLE
umil.+'deposit (310)666-7754 BEACH. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY
LARGE BEDROOM, lull. private bath, HEARD.
large walk-in closet. Hodges and JTB.
Pool. hot tub, lull amenities, $600/mo. If a person decides to appeal any decision
904-233-1619. made by the City Council with respect to
ATLANTIC BCH- response person any matter considered at any meeting or
ATLANTIC BCH- responsible person, hearing, such person may need a 'record
$450/mo +1/3 utilities. 8 blocks to beach, of the proceedings, and, for such purpose,
415-0624 such person may need to ensure a verba-
CLEAN, QUIET, alcohol, .drug Iree.horne. lir record of the proceedings is made,
Beach Sa i Pablo -$400 mo. 333--2624':.. .- .w 'if4 d ? 1a 0 l68@4thhe tewidbhy- WlI
R O O M S $ 5 5 0 m o t ,u t i lit ie s & c a b l e F -u l b s e d r" ..

kitchen, large backyard. 'Close to Beach.
NON-SMOKING. CLEAN person to share
2700s1., 4BR home, 6 blocks from ocean.
$500/mo. +dep +1/2 utilities. 241 3752,

/s,'Heidi Reagan
BL 10/4/06


ROOM 4 rent Nep Bch. 2 blocks to ocean, WAYNE NEIKIRK,
$675/mo- dep. incl. uli 521-8473. Plaintiff

MINUTES FROM Mayporn Naval Station.
quiet community, private & beautiful, 235-

OFFICE SPACE for rent in Jax Bcn.
994-2945, 226 9788.
APPROXIMATELY 750 sl quality office
space overlooking golf course in S Jax
Beach Call 241-5553x 15.
overlooking golf course in S Jax Beach
Call 241-5553 x15.
SMALL OFFICE at Comer of 5th Ave. N.
& 3rd St. 874-8843

shop space and lot for lease Starting @
$500mo (904)514-1090.
FOR RENT- 750-1000s1. office space
located in Jacksonville Beach Reasonibly
priced from $1304-$1750. Utilities Includ-
ed. Call ViCKi or Tami (904)241-1656.

FREE KITTENS, cute 280-4415.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking
Responsible. mature Call Kitty. 874-6062.
FREE EIGHT year old Cockapoo. Moving.
Coco needs responsible Mom and/br Dad
to devote lots of love and anention.
FREE RESCUED Siamese kitten needs
TLC. 8/wks old, blue eyes, 996-0621.
FREE KITTENS, 2 Black, 2 Tabby, 2
Grey, & 1 Orange So cutel Please call

SHIH TZU puppies, males & females,
TWO BEAUTIFUL female Collies
Spayed. Well benaved. They bark, shed.
need food. flea and heartworm treatment,
need walks, and lots of love 728-3235.
LAB MIX, PUPPIES Females. Shots and
wormed $20 to good home. 743-2042.

HOMELESS PETS lor adoption Cats &
dogs 246-3600.
LOST BLACK female cat, pink collar, 15th
Ave. No., reward, 249-5004.
FOUND VERY large dog, Beaches area

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WHAT DESTROYS Relationships? An-
swer pg 446 Buy and Read Dianetics by
L. Ron.Hubbard Send $800 to: Hubbard
Dianeilcs Foundation, 3102 N. Habana
Ave., Tampa FL 33607 (1813)872-0722.

VETERAN SURFER seeks person to
share expenses on surf trp to Rincon7,Pu-
eno Rico In firsI week of Novemoer 294-



the matter of the Administrative Complaint
will be presented at an ensuing meeting of
the Board of Emergency Medical Services
In an Informal proceeding.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate In this
proceeding should contact the individual
or agency sending this notice not later
tnanseven days prior to the proceeding at
headdress given on the notice.
Telephone:(850)414-4706, 1-800-955-
8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 IV). via
Florida RelayService.

BL 9/13,9/20,9/27,10/4/06
06 CVD 6984
Karen Denise Roundtree-Topey, Plaintiff
Linden Alanzo Topey, Defendant
To: Linden Alanzo Topey
TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking
reliel against you was filed on the 25th
day of September 2006, in te above-enti-
lied acnon. Notice of Service of Process
by Publication began on the 27th day el
September 2006. The nature of the relief
being sought is as follows
An absolute divorce based upon more
Inan one year's separation

You are required to make defense to
such pleading not later than November 10,
2006, and'upon your failure to do so the
party seeking service against you will ap-
ply to the Court for the relief sought.
Tnis the 27th day pl September 2006.
Edward Y Brewer,
Attorney lor Plaintiff
Davis & Brewer Attorneys
PO Box 786
Clemmons NC 27012
BL 9/27, 10/4, 10/11/06

Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to the
"Self Storage Facility Act", Florida Statutes
Section 1. Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws 01
Florida 1982; the personal property con-
sisting of clothing, personal ilems and
household goods of:

Arlisa Tisby, USS Tne Sullivans. B215,
5x10. miso boxes.
Annette B. Williams, Atlantic Beach, B184,
5x10, washer, misc. boxes, misc lurni-
Jacki Martin, Atlanbc Beach. C309, 10x15,
misc. boxes, misc. furniture.
Freddie' Guillen, Atlantic Beach, B276,
10xlO, misc. boxes.
Daniel Silva, Atlantic Beach, C335, 10x10.
rhisc boxes, misc. furniture.
Deborah Welch, Atlantic Beach, C340,
5x10, bikes, tool boxes, misc. boxes.
Reginald Robinson. Angle, LA, C380,
10x20, misc. furniture, misc. boxes
Roman Blanton, Jacksonville, D447, 5x5.
misc boxes
Kimberly Johnson. Atlantic Beach, D404,
5x5, misc. boxes.
Will be sold or otherwise disposed.ol at
10.00 AM, Saturday, October 141h, 2006
to satisfy lien(s) lor past due rent(s) costs
and'fees. .Disposition will take place at:
Pan Am Mini Storage, 2383 Maypor Rd,
Atlantic Bedach, FL 32233. Pan Am Mini
Sloraqe reserves the right to reflect any
and all bids and establish minimum bids to
compensate for all.costs.
BL9/27, 10/4/06

PREMIERE DANCE Studio seeks Teach-
ers Energetic, outgoing personality a
must. Call 504-2029.
CLUB HOUSE coordinator/ administrator
needed for beaches condominium.
Sat/Sun 12-5, computer literate, delail ori-
ented, people person with good communi-
callons skills, condominium or apanment
management experience preferred; fax re-
sume (904)998-5366 or call 998-5365.

ogy, handles all of the following: pl. billing
(receivables & payables), month end pl.
statements, month- & year-end'pl. reports,
month- & year-end practice financial re-
ponrts, A/P, must have knowledge of Med-
ics Elite/ Medical Manager, deals with all
financial aspects of practice. 20-25
hr/week position Fax resume to 242-
OUTBOUND SALES Reps. $8,hr., bonus
er Job. benefits Atlantic Blvd., near
agency square. 1yr. exp. +,
Jobs@FlueTechlnc com 371-4153.

Weekends 7pm to 7am and every other
weekend 7am to 7pm every Saturday
and Sunday at a Premier Retirement
Community Health Center. Applications
available at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
One Fleet Landing Blvd Atlantic Beach,
FL. Fax to (904)246-9447: email to:
obs@lleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
P/T DRIVER for upscale retirement com-
munity. CDL required with P endorsement,
20 hours per week. Apply within The At-
rium Retirement Community 9960 Atrium
Way. for directions please call 724-4726
or lax resume to 721-3972. ,
WEEKEND POSITION open for Security
Officer.at Vicar's Landing. Flexible hours.
Please call 285-1055 for appt.
lor beaches church coordinating Christian
program tor children grades K-5 20
s/wk, salary 246-2010.

SEWING MACHINE Repairs. Complete
lune-up. All makes, all models, $49.50.

Clear Panels, aluminum,, steel, bahama,
accordion, colonial.' For all your hurricane
protection needs. (904)449-1638 or
807-0174 ext 131.

PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
Travis at 588-5222.
Free Estimates. License GAC1814887.

Services., Do you need your home or ofl-
fice cleaned or repaired? Please call
W/10 years experience has openings II
would be my pleasure to assist you in
- cleaning, laundry, ironing, running errands
and organizing. Call Christy at 728-9174

SING FAST DEPENDABLE house cleaning,
reasonable rates. experienced and refer-
lursing of ences, Sue 249-6162.
Commercial' cleanri-up -Senr:dip rioWntsi,.
S'i '* : .r Call 612-8060 i.' : ", |I 'il 'i
HOUSE CLEANING,,honest, fast, reliable.
lair pricing, call Maria, 777-4830

The Department of Health has tiled an Ad-
ministrative Complaint against you, a copy
of which may be obtained by contacting.
OURT FOR Ollie Evans, Assistant General Counsel,
NNESSEE Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald Cy-
press Way, Bir #C65, Tallahassee Florida
32399-3265, (850)245-4640.

No. 04-082 11t no contact has been made oy you con-
No. 04-082 coming the above by October 25, 2006,
the matter of the Administrative Complaint
will be presented at an ensuing meeting of
rnd the Board ol Nursing in an informal pro-

BEN W. HOOPER III, Trustee for


The plaintiff. Wayne Neikirk, has filed a'
Motion for an order allowing service of
process'upon defendants. Peter N. Masci,
d/b/a Creative Stone, Co. and Pamela J.
Mascl. by publication in lieu of personal
service Plaintiff has demonstrated that
the residence of said defendants is un-
known and cannot be ascertained upon
diligent inquiry.
It is therefore, ORDERED, that the
Clerk of this Court shall:
1. Forthwith cause a copy of this order
to. be published, for four consecutive
weeks in the Beaches Leader. which
newspaper. Is the newspaper of general
circulation In Atlantic, Beach, Florida, the
last known residence of defendants, Peter
N Mascl and Pamela J. Mascl.
2. A copy of this Order thae Is-to be
published -shall include the names of the
parnles ol this action, the name of this
Court, and the location at which this Court
is held
3. A copy of this Order that Is published
shal further notify the defendants they
must answer or otherwise respond to the
Complaint in this action within thirty (30)
days of the fourth week of the publication
ol Ihis Order, if they do not answer or oth-
erwise respond, a default judgment may
be entered against them.
4. A copy of this Order that is published
shall also serve' to notify.the defendants
this matter is set for trial on December 13.
2006. at 9:30 a.m. in the Cocke County
Chancery Court in Newport. Tennessee.
ENTER this 11th day of August. 2006.
/s' Telford E. Forgety,'Jr.
/s/ Barry H Valentine
Barry H. Valentine
BPR P021732
Attorney for Plaintiffs
335 East Main Street
Newport, Tennessee 37821
BL9/27. 10/4, 10/11, 10/18/06

Medical Services
IN RE: The license to practice Emergency
Medical Services of

Keitlh Foley
400 E. Bay Street, Suite 1201
Jackson'ille, FL 32202
CASE NO.: 2005-70585
LICENSE NO.: 506198 (Paramedic)
The Department of Health has filed an Ad-
ministrative Complaint against you, a copy
of which may be obtained by contacting.
Reginald Dixon, Assistant Attorney .Gener-
al, Office of the Attorney General, PL01.
The Capitol, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-
1050, (850)414-3300
II no contact has been made by you con-
cerning Ihe above by October 18, 2006,

In accordance, wilh the Americans wiin
Disabilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this pro.
ceeding should contact the individual or
agency sending this notice not laier than
seven'days prior to the proceeding-at the
address given on the notice. Telephone
(850)245-4640, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770 IV), via Flonrida Relay

BL 9/20. 9/27, 10/4, 10/11/06

LOST WEDDING ring at Mlchlers Beach,
shallow water, near public access, five
small diamonds, original owner will pro-
vide a picture lo tinder and a $250 reward,

ATTEND CQLLEGE online from home.
Medical, Butiness, Paralegal, Computers.
Criminal JUstice. Job placement assis-
lance. Computer provided. Financial aid II
qualified. (866)858-21211 www OnlineTide-
waterTech.com '
IF YOU are Interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: classilied@beachesleader.com
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid training for
high paying Aviation Career FAA predicts
severe shortage Financial aid if quality -
Job placement assistance. CALL AIM
MATH TUTOR- Experienced, Certified
Main Teacher will tutor students grades
K-12. Call Stacie @ 249-2293.
your driving career today Offering cours-
es in CDL A. Low tuition feel Many pay-
ment oplionsl No registration lee'
(866)889-0210 info @ amencasdrnvingaca -
NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra I. 247-8609
YES YOU can start painting better Open
Art Classes forming now at new South
Beach Gallery in Beach Plaza. Weekly
workshops and painting demos Pre-regis-
Iration and info. 247-4341, 708-2911'
HEAVY EQUIPMENT Operator training Ior
employment. Bulldozers, Backhoes, Load.
ers, Dump Trucks. Graders, Scrapers, Ex-
cavators: National Certification, Job Place-
ment Assistance; Associated Training
Services (800)251-3274 wwwequipmen-

All levels. styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.

240 Channelsl FREE iPod Shufflel FREE
Movie Channels! FREE DVRI FREE HD
Upgrade! Call Nowl (800)318-4039

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

WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace.
35yis Expeiience. References. Mick Out-
door Enterprises. .241-7276' 838-9599.

Specializing In consulting; A/P, A/R, pay-
'roll, bookkeeping, notary services, and ri-
, nancialreporting. Over'ten years experi-
ence in QuickBooks. Locally owned and
operated. Mike Heykens, 728-0683.

You are our priority. Bankruptcy, turn-
downs, slop foreclosures Residential/ in-
vesrors/ commercial We get the job done
the rignl way. Call us- Direct Lending Part-
ners (866)574-7216.

STOP FORECLOSURE. Save your home,
24 n hour message. 904-722-9159.
not want you to know Tampa Refinanc-'
ing your house is one of the most impor-
tant financial steps you will take. Do not
make needless mistakes that will cost you
thousands of dollars and tie up your cash
Ilow and wealth for years to come. Find
out the truth that banks and brokers do not
want you to know. Call our automated 24
hour toll free line at 1-800-775-5577 to
hear a free recorded message and we will
send you the free report today Inal may
save, your financial future. Investors wel-

applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websiles, graphics Free phone
lech. 904-249-3034 or e-mail:
COMPUTER REPAIR. Lowest pnces.l

PALM TREES, Hedges Trimmed, Yara
Clean-ups, Mulching, Sodding, whatever it
takes, eic Dave 249-4724.

Grading, Lawn Replacements. Spread
Dirt, Gravel, Lime Rock, Mulch, Stone.
Irrigation Repairs. MUCH'MOREI Bob,
CHEAP MOE'SI Complete lawn service.
Most yards only $25. (904)422-0593

Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates 821-0737.

son to work at furniture consignment store,
10-6pm. 2-3 days per week. 241-5558.
nights per wk, good pay, call Tim, 404-
BEACHES CHURCH seeking Nursery At-
tendant to provide care for infants to 3 yr.
olds on Sun. mornings & Wed. evenings.
$10/nr, references & experience required.
ONLINE BUSINESS seeking person
w/lnternet and some web design knowl-
edge. Grow with us. Big money potential
ANIMAL LOVER needed to promote & sell
super premium dog stood, must be sales
driven, have great presentation skills &
tAnsponation, PTT weekends 4 hr. shifts.
needed in Marsh Landing & Allantic Blvd.
areas,' $11.00/hr, call 1800)939-7387, ext.
COUNTER HELP, Ponte Vedra area,
PT/FT, afternoons & Saturday. Call 285-
5644. .
responsible and loving. Call 249-9080.

WILLING TO educate highly motivated in-
dividual for career in financial services,
call.Janet, 707-1263.
HAIR ARTIST needed for up-scale salon/
spa. Come loin a team of creative profes-
sionals. Contact Kim. 821-4845.
City of Atlantic Beach. Starting pay
$f1.87 fhr ($24.689iyr.), to $14.84/nr.
($30,867ryr.) DOQ i-benelils. Work hours
vary. One year exp. in animal handling
preferred: Valid driver's license with a sat-
isfactory driving record required. Applica-
tions accepted until 10'18/06. Test date
10'28/06. 800 Seminole Rd, Atlaniic
Beach, FL 32233. For more info call
(904)247-5820 or visit www.coab.us No
smokers/tobacco users. Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.

Pam 742-7769.

*. *
Specializing in. "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Lawn care,
Janitorial Service, etc. Call Hermon. 246-
4238, 612-1755.

Pro Lawn Service

quality work at excellent price, also pres-
sure cleaning. Call Nick 349-5990.
Safe roof cleaning." Deck. & fence
restoration. Pressure washing. Licensed &,
Insured. Call Kevin ,. 994-0045. ,
Licensed and Insured. Call 294-6116.

Iree estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
OQSTOMP.AINTITNG. -Repairs by Dean,
lnIpriqq/'eter;or pairlint g All rypes ofpi
repairs,' business & residential Fully
licensed & insured 309-4720.
competent & compettitve, pressure wash-
ing, 'painting. drywall repair, texture & wall
coverings. 25.years experience. Lic., in-
sured, refs. 403-7389.,

NEW CONSTRUCTION, remodeling and
repaint Residential and commercial. Men.
lioh this ad. 246-1529.
knoich work guaranteed. Painting, trim,
carpentry, wood repair, pressure. washing.
Licensed/ Insured. ,Free estimates.
SAVE NOWI Interior & Exterior painting.
..Pressure washing.. 19yrs. at Beaches.
Free Estimates. 881-4223. .'
QUALITY INTERIOR & extenor painting
by Glenn Keller, licensed & insured, cotir-
teous & dependable, call tor free estimale,
591-4007 -

We service thousands of beach residents.
www.perschelandmeyer.com 241-3409.

Clearance Sale on the New Kayak Pool.
SAVE $ thousands on selected models
limited supply FREE ESTIMATES Easy
Finance Fast Installation. Call (866)348-
7560 www.Kayakpoolsllorida com.
Weekly service as low as $85 per month
including chemicals. Call for free esti-
mate. 521-5162. *
ing -Most residential pools $25/week+
chemicals. Licensed, Insured. We make
your life a little easier. 285-0240.

State Certified Contractor (Hands-on).
New construclion/addilions, remodeling,
kitchen & bath, termite damage. Plan &
Design Services avail. Member NFBA.
Bob 626-1165
Patios, Enlryways Top quality, fast free
estimates .904-537-0411
Improvement needs Tile, Wood, Carpet,
Laminates, Painting, etc. Free estimates.
Licensed/Insured Jim 813-6756.
WATPQR-m1h .i e rt) n---P i.-.T.---M I ..

Residential Lawn Service

FAST PACED Onhopaedic Practice locat-
ed at the beach looking for lull-lime Tele-
phone Operator/ Appointment Scneduler.
Monday- Friday- 40 hours per week. Must
have 2 years experience either in a medi-
cal practice or on telephones. FjIIl Bene-
fits. Please lax resume to. (904)241-7331.
SHOWROOM SALES with administrative
duties available for a well established mar-
ble and granite importer located at the
beach. Knowledge ol stone materials and
design helpful Salary and benefits nego-
tiable upon experience. Fax resume to

sition, experience helpful but will train.
Can make between S400 -$700 per week.
Must have valid dnver's license & trans-
ponation. Only serious, responsible, hard
workers need apply. Eric. 716-4413.

FULL-Time, 3pm-llpm at Premiere Re-
liremeni Community. Excellent benefit
package, competitive wages, good work-
ing environment. Applications available at
Fleet Landing Secunrity Gate. One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to
(904)246-9447; email to: jobs@fleetland-
Ing.com EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.

Repairs. specializing in termile damage

ing in drywall S home maintenance. Lic &
Ins. (904)509-2849.

Painting, carpentry. water pooling, pres-
sure "washing, tile work. drywall.
dependable for quality..'repairs. sprice,
' calls, painting, imprdverienls 'and smEIscJl-' 1
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628
Painting, Stucco, misc. Quality Work
MAINTENANCE. 334-6091.
Specializing- in kitchens, cabinets, bath-
rooms, tile, doors, windows, rotted wood.
termite damage, roof leaks, drywall,
decks, etc. Honest, top quality work-
C&J REPAIR Services. Carpentry, Dry-
wall, Painting,-Papernanging, Tiling, etc.
Licensed, Insured. 955-0593. 241-1461.

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

ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ad under
Remodeling/Construction. State Certified
Roofer #CCC1325888. Member BBB
247-3777. All credit cards accepted.

WOODARD TREE Service. Free esti-
mates, licensed & Insured. Firewood for
sale. Call 234-9757.

PALM TREES trimmed $15.00. Call

SUNRIZE TILE. New construction, remod-
el and repairs, all phases of tile work. Free
estimates, Mike 514-1241.

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





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hiring experienced Line Cooks ana Dish-
washers Apply in person Tuesday- Sal-
urcay. Call 285-6514 for directions. Drug
lesilng. EOE
HAIR STYLIST renlarl commission sia-
rions available in a new planning salon in
Aliantic Beach. Will consider oooTh rental
or commission basis. We are. seeking 2
stylists who are upbeat, friendly & crea-
tive prolesslonals wno are willing to work
hard & grow wllh us We will be ready in
about 6 weeks for two stylists. Please call
il you have an outgoing personality and
Want something different 235-9529.

for local house cleaning business Must
rave own tran-ponalton. pass background
check and be avail M.F. brwn 8-5.30pm.
$300 HIRING BONUS. b-Licensed Secur-
ity Officers needed to work upscale gated
communities and condominiums in Jax
and Ponle Vedra Beach. Apply In person
or online al' First Coasr Security Services,
68'1.7'Southpoinl Pkwy OO#1001. Jackson.
ville,; FL 32216 k904)281-0070
COOKS needed, must be able to work
evenings & weekends, lop wages, apply in
'person: Campeche Bay Canlina, .127 1st
Ave: No., Jax Beadh, 249-3322, see Vince
orTom. .

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
inier:oasial areas, at least 23 yrs o'd.
good driving record Call 249-0360
CUSTOM interior Trim Carpenter or help-
er.s needed any carpentry experience a
plus. Beaches and Ponte Vedra areas.
Call Tim 609-9071
We need helpers and crew leaders. .We
are busy Installing hurricane systems
on homes and businesses around the
First Coast. Must have Installation arid
construction experience. Drivers
License and Transportation required.
Starting $12 and $18 per hour
Call 232-3000.

City of Ailantic Beach. Must have 'current
law enforcement certification acceptable
Io the Srale of FL and be eligible to com-
plele Florida training and certification with-
in 6 monlts of hire. $1t6 75/hr; $670/wk
$34.840/yr t-oehehils.. Applications must
be received by O/1ip/06'at.800-Seminole'
Rd., Atlantic Beach.'Fl; 32233; Testling' o
10/28/06. :For,', ,' nf-re..Info-,I. visit
www.coab.u-.'or call, (904)247,5820.' No
'smokers' loDacco users.'D'rug testing con'-
aucied EOE. *. ,.
LMT NEEDEDIjor busy bhilo..office.'NMT
training a must.. Clinic exp'p'referred.Fax

FfT UPHOLSTERER needed, experience
required Call 246-8981,
WINDOW WASHER, 40 hours 7-30am-
4pm. Commercial and Residenlial. Beach-
es area. Car/ phone required' Call
607-1919 .
PREP COOKS. Pizza, rnakers, Cashiers
and Servers. F/T rP/T. Apply at all Al's
Pizza lo ations... ,.-
Office Manager
Detail onented mulli-rasker. Word, Excel
experience'required."'Salary, bonus plds
benefits Fax.resume.24 1-0752.n

resumeto10,904-645-3483 GROWING PRINTER in. need or person-
HAND M. AN-I... O.;nel w/ printing.expenence Sales, custom--
HANDYMAN COMPANY er service 8 graphics'. 246-9162. -
is growing .Have basid hiomerepairi skills; -RpGEPTIONIST/ SECRETARIAL ;.
oois., Iransporraion'. &" a smile? Call Eslablished corpiriry: in -Ponie --Vedra -.
221 3453. Good $$. PT,. F -,, Beach seeking' hard working person with
PROVIDENCE, FINANCIALS'SERVICES is i excellent telephone manner. Able to han-
seeking an experienced S&les Floor Man- die muit.-iski responsibilities and dead-
ager Must have call ceri far sales man. lines-., Light computer work. 9am to
agement ekpdrence;.Security and Survel- 5:Qpmr'. 7M-F. Fax resume to 285-4961 or
lance. iSSI), preferred Witni W.l.T.mentality ,call '285-7608. .
and work elhinic. Established' start-up comrn- PAStlT, CHEF 'w'.exp & crealivity. need-
pany wilh big plans lor growth in market- .ed. Cocktail waitress'needed, too. Please
ing and sales force, facility expansion in- apply in pershfbitGivanii's,' 1161' Beach
cluding brand expansion, and Industry Blyvd JB. 249,7787' -
identity Prolessiqnal, 'wanted to-assist in'.'
.sales and riarketing. eff rrtsSaiary 'fco#i- .HAIRSTYLIST'I.OR,, Massage/ Faglalst
mission rbodnis and -opprtu'niry for, "wledi o&.tieht pacious'privaile room .in
advancement, with 'no weekends.' Call '-Ja B'ea7"ch_ 'hair; salon .'$150twk.' Call
207-7757exl.'21'5.. 1 ,. ; ". '.. i 270-0997ask.forDebl '

FULL TIME Recephonistl/DAt'Eh t.'
ao. eatr.old.consullipgi c.bmpaoilocateoai.,
on Hodges Blvd is seekiib'a Reception-
irsDara Eniry person. Must have proles.
s-onal appearance and a polite'speaking'.
voice. Experience in answering a'.ulti-
Itne.ielephone system Is desired. .BIicO
computer skills are required: Must be able
Ic- accuralelyinpul customer informaetldn
inio a comourerized .databasP'svtem:'

.WE HAVE' drivers prolecled to earn
$56,000'this year!-How much will YOU
ea? -"How "nudh'Viill 'YOUd' e aWFlA6`
'1800)441-4953 '', '
w .w.heartiandexpress.com- .
SALES PERSON.needed. Full lime Panr
' lime: Apply in person Sea Shells & Coral.
230 Norh Boardwalk, Jax'Beach.

Other duties include creatig, repors,. DRIVER "
mainaining inveniory adothernera. Par-tme nRecrealon Deparment. Sun-
clerical lunciions.'vWorking'hdutrs are. on- rtaiand iRHan anmnl. Sun-
day-IFr.day. -9:00io k6:00.Please e-mail days and-Holidays ai a Premier .Retire-
ayour resume i. mal @ba.le.sc pay.c menr Community Musi nave'ability to help
or lax to 421-2100. ;. yc set-up and/ or. break-wn -or special
or i -421 -21-00. events. Must have C CDL Passenger En-'
TIRE STORE is looking for siles &8 dflice ddrsdrrienl'Llcense:'. Applhcalions at Fleelt
help. Full or Part-time: Moi- Fn. Call Bob Landing.Security'Gale; One Fleet Landing
241-5311. ; -'. .. 'Blvd, Atlanic Bpac.'FL; Fax 904-246-
REOE.G. -' _-'. 'H-E'L PR. u 9447.; 'email .'.to jobs@fleetlariding.com.
REMODELING.HELPER eded. Must Website: fleetlanding.com EOE/Drug-free
nave Iransponairon. Some ,expenence warkplace -
helplul 993-7328 r .. .
SALES REPS,^ ip pay. no wkds, inbound .seeknrig expenencead Sales, Representa-
insie sales: 'flexible hrs advancement ..tives or fas growingottice-wih new mar-
opportunity. 730-203,1 ex 210.-- ," ing campaigns and expansion plans.
r '-' ust have' sales experience' wih strong
:.. ,; .i :w'ork elthic' and great antitude.-Excellent
FINANCIAL CENTERIMANAGER ; oppdrtuni y for flexible hours,. lop pay, high
New Branches- Branch 'Baking and;iTrust. 'commission. with advancemenUr manage-
Co (BB&Ti is seeking individuals who will 'ment opportunity and no weekends. Call .
be responsible for overall sales manage- 2'07-7757 ext. 210. '
meni and perormance with emphasis on '
lending, deposit acquisition. andnon-inler- .CLEANERS, HOM.ES and Commercial,
.il income. Duties' will; include providing day hours, above average pay Soulhside
mrranagement".. leadership coaching, to and, Beaches area. Musl have transporla-
sales team and sales support Ionon-sales lion. Cai 607-1919.. ,
rhembers; initialing direciing,,and'-parici-', SMALL,.OCEANFRONT Hotel seeking de-
paling heavly!in outside retall cli.ent.leyel- "pendable- housekeepers WeeKends re-
opmani and in-house parking taf--..,'uI reda lese apply. In person 120 Ailan-
ing the branoh'sales eam meql ,'a-N' vdNIlUnp.Jeacr. "'
4-year collegei.degree t" itta ml.ou ot ." -ti B ..N "-n h:-
5 years 'Bankingp/. eh '&edntaierj- ';BUSY'ANIMAL' bospitdlis' looking' lor. re-
ence BB&T ofes:.A.ioMplii'alary-(ipilqnist. Sirong',cusiomer'setNice skills'
and benelils package'Ailnl"re', llified ijeqUired.' A'plIy Pofe. Vedra Anima' Hos-
candidates should ,apply ,,o'n'' line' plial,'28 Corota Rdl.285-7924.
www bb corn. EOE,'AA/V Drpg Rree
Workplace E ,' '- ,D Free LEARN THE lrade, become.-an Optical
S- I bh Tedhnlcian non exnnrlnnrce nressanr.

HELPER FOR vinyl' floor covering. Driv-
er s license required. 403-5115.
*, .*,-
Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brolhers'. Services;. Inc 246-
0967. .: ,
3 Pool Tecns needed. Expeencea prefer-
red but will'train. Clean driving record.
401k, health, benefits. Please' call
HIRING EXPERIENCED dooks & servers,
mn 1 year.pay Iop.$$.'Aipply'in person.
Fo.:n MacCools. 333 1sl St N..Suite' 150.
DRIVER- NOW Hiring OTR & Local Driv-
ers *Earn'$4',000 in bonuses your 1st year
* New Equipment Premium Pay Package
SWe Care About-Our. Driversl--i877.)882-
6537 '
TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Frin-
day. Call Bob. 241-5311..

This opportunity does not come around of-
'ten, act onilt If you're dependable, eager
to learn, and ready for a rewarding career
we will. train you in being a vilal team
member in' constructing the World? Best
Supglasges Apply IA person at 76 Levy
Road Atlantic Beach. FL 32233.
Requisiltion #640306.28
Beaches Family Realln Center -at 1522
Penman Road has an opening oir a Reg-
islered Nurse. Pediatrics experience and
licensure as RN is required. Background
check, fingerprints' and drug screening re-
quired Closing date is 1011/06 Apply on-
line hnps'-.'peoplefirsl myfliorida.com
BREAKFAST & Dinner cooks FT & P.'T
experience required, Players Caie. PVB,
BUSY ANIMAL hospl~il seeks Techni.
cians-&.Kennel Attendenis Mon.-Fri..
plus weekends. Apply POnte-Vedra-Anima
Hospital, 28 Corona Rd,. 2 85-7924

"- ;.... AMERICAN HOME',Companions 'seeks
JOURNEYMAN TILE and stone installer compassionate, live-in S hourly caregivers
Must have iools: Iruck, WC exemption. FT tor the elderly. Must be able to10 work week
position. lop pay. 476-3086.. ends.. 247-7495

MANAGER in holistic, internal medical o1-
lice. Full ,pan time secrelanrial, clerical,
and support of M.D a unique setting. Ex-
perience required in answering phones,
computers, communications and public-re-
laihons. Must be enlnusiastic, dependable,
consislenr. and an excellent match. Fax
resume winh releiences; no pnrnp calls
please Persephone Healing'Arts Center,
FAX 1904)246-3778.
employs individuals In a variety of posi-
tions For a lisling of current opportunities
please visil u; in person 11 N .3rd St., 2nd
lIoor. call 247-6263, send an email to per-
sonnel@iaxbchli.net, or visit our websitle
www.JacksonvilleBeach org Drug free
work environment, EOE, VP.
BE YOUR Own Boss. Work In.a casual al-
musphere Booth rental lor halr stylilss.
Reasonable rent Call Dennis or Vickle @
....XA .1..h..k.^

J6in' ur le' i If bu', can,,excei'at inside
'sales & desire a Iast-paced work environ-
meni, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beacrh
..Idpa.qapdidatle-will ihave4,l+.,yeals experi-
ence 'lhsld-.sales, customer' service, 'or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills Ability'lo handle business accoupis.
Base pay plus commissions FTiPT. no
evenings or weekends Fax resume.
1904)285-0010 or email- -
BEACHES CAR 'Wash- lull lime help
needed, Wages negotiable lips. Beneits
Avail.,Apply.- In person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
CARPENTERS &' Helpers. Beaches area
Transponailon & phone a musl 535-7356
lawnilandscape company Excellenl pay.
Musl have'own transportation & clean DL.
,Experierice- required. Contact Ron,


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CONSULTANT AND PiT .Receptionist.
Jacksonville Weight Loss Center seeking
highly mollvaled & goal 'orenled individu-
als Sales, marketing, medical or manage-
ment skills a plus. Exc pay & opportuni-
ties 1or advancement in lun. uplifting.envi-
ronment., '-mail .. ".resume to:
MRCPVB@eanhiink.net: "
available for Adminimsaive Assisiani with
excelleri comrpuler skills for mongage
company located in Jacksonville Beach.
Fax resume wtlh Salary requirements io

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Positions Available '
S ', A/R Clerk Host/Hostess '

Sales Admlnistrative Asst. Storeroom Attend. *
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*. RESORT Banquet Houseperson Maintenance Engineer .
*r' nar 'o Lead Banquet Server Honor Bar Supprvisor
* Ocean View Server Spa Receptionist

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

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DRIVER YOU want I we have ill Solo.
leams, owner operators, company dnvers.
sludenis, recent grads, regional dedicat-
ed; long haul Van, ilaibed vMusl be 21
CRST Career 'Center.. -1800)940-2778

business/ assets for sale Barge w/ tIrader.
all tools. Owner relocating 285-2100.

wivalid Florida Dr ,Lice pse. 'Exp GOLF BUSINESS Play Lots ol golf and
ence helpful but will Irain. God salary & play beer. lournamenis played in US and
1enelpf ul01yil S urioe Poes 1 '&World Raise Money lor charities Earn
benefits Aily- Surlsidie Pools. 313 awesome income www.SGSPresenia-
Beach Blvd., 246-2666,'or lax resume: lions.com 8001861-94562417
249-8801. e-mail. surisidepools @aol comn
ALL CASH candy route Do you earn
SMALL FULL. Service Landscape Compa- $800iay? 30 machines, free candy. All
ny now hiringlo all field positions. Call for or $9995 (8881629-9968 BO02000033
details998-967. Call us We will nol be undersoldl i,

DRIVER- Hiring'ualltied dii aers tor Cen-
tral Florida local and national OTR posi.
tions. Food grade lanker, no hazma., no
pumps. Greal benefits, compelitive pay
ano new equipment. Need 2 years experi-
ence Call ynrum Transport lor your op
portunity today. 18001741.79.50
no^%~nc i n.O ....I I....

VENDING ROUTE: All Snacks/Candies.
Drinks Energy Drinks Tool All Brands All
Sizes. Great Equipment Great Support
Financing Available wilh $7.500 oown.
Tom 18771843-8726 AIN #B02002-037.
15 YEAR established Atlanlic Beach Hair
Salon. $28.000. Call 248-9781.

ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
transportation & references. $9511/rr,
any area CPR & First Aid F/T & P/T

BOWLING FAMILY Daycare has. 2 open.
wings lor I yr olds starting Oclober 15 For
inro call 220-6059 or 476-4251'

HOME HEALTH Aioe,, sitter or companion
available for care in your home or hospital
Good references. 885-1870. -
CNA, 10 yrs ex. in home house care &
house management. ; I can provide 24
hr./day qare Total care & transporialion
ol pi.. ret. & background, avail. 1352)672-

HELP WITH daily activities, nurse and
homemaker, call Bridget, 220-3489
CAREGIVER FOR elderly 12 years expe-
rience/references. Available M-F. Call
CERTIFIED CNA looking for weekend
work minimum $15 00/hr leave message.
COMPANION SITTING or child care,
housekeeping and more. PVB referen-
ces 534-3732.

CLEAN QUALITY Queen-size mattress/
box. irame $120 Can deliver. 246-1832.

WH'IRLPOOL' WASi--E- & '6rye. $75Msa.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173,
BODY SOLID Home Gym $100,
FILL DIRT- Cheap! Dig ponds Iree lor
din.Call 497-9666.
6 PIECE Bedroom Set includes queen
matTress & box, new still in boxes. $499.
Can deliver. 858-9350.

FULL SIZE putter yellow sola, conon fab-
ric. great shape, has extra throw pillows,
$200 992-8909
GATEWAY COMPUTER Profile 4, all in 1,
IT' LCD monitor, 512 mem, 60 gig HD,
2 8 GHZ processor, built in wireless with
card. wireless Keyboard & mouse. Cost
$2000 new $475.241-4204.
GE REFRIQERATOR iwhire) sloe by side
w/auro ice maker & water filter, 3 years
old, new $1200, asking $300. Fngidaire
dishwasher lwhitle) 3 years old $50 Office
desk w/cherry finish $150 (904)821-1070
or 613-4920.
FREEDOM SCOOTER $150. computer
desk $40, 241-65656
BRAND NEW washer. Paid $550. asking
$350 OBO. Call 514-9398.
HENRY LINK 48'X70' glass top rattan din-
ing room set w' 6 chairs,' $1200 OBO,
cleaning, glass top, almond, like new
$250. Heavy-duty Washer & Dryer
$150ea. Will delivered. Guarantee
Sola Sleeper and Lovesealt, good condi-
tion $275 874-1747.
SOLID OAK Oueen bedroom ser. In-
cludes rounded headboard w/raltap Inlay
design, 72" six pitis drawer, dresser
wirounded mirror and rattari. inlay, two
2-drawer nighistands, four drawer plus
storage Armoire.- Good,'condition: $500.
LAZY BOY sofa & loveseat., dark blue,
$250. 223-5774.
HorpoinI self cleaning range w/hood $200.
cabinets $100, double sink $75, micro-
wave $75, 859-7279.
TOSHIBA LAPTOP w/ DVD. 2.8 process-
or, 60 gb HD. built in wireless. carrying
case. $475 15" LCD Monitor 575 firm.
BEDROOM SET- 5pcs incl. queen mat-
tress & box,, oak lIke finish, $185.
241-8585.. .' j -
CUSTOM STAINED glass windows, etc.
KENMORE WASHER & dryer, while, like
new. $325. (904)613-5854.
COMPUTER ARMOIR, all wood $250. tu-
ton $100. 472-6041.
MOVING: ANTIQUE Queen Anne Ro oudin-
ning table & chairs $250. 3 piece wrought
iron outdoor settee & 2 chair $50. Large
beauilul plants from $5 to $25 each. Sony
stereo Hi Fi record player radio & tape
player in cabinet w/giass Iront orig $1000,
$150 (inst books). Lazy boy recliner orig
$1000 for' 250. Ph: 285-0084 ,
FREE TO good home. lovely' old upright
piano. Inner workings need repair.
USED BEAUTY Salon equipment (2 sta-
tion sel-ups; +vanous furniture. 249-7926.
STEEL BUILDINGS, factory deals. Save
$. 40X60' to 100X200'. Ex 50x100x12'=
$3 61/sq h. (800)658,-2885. www.ngid-
KING POSTER bed. brand new, complete
w12 night stands. armoire base. armoire
top: new unslept kingsize mattress. asking
$1500. 434-6346.
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress; & boxspring.., new in
plastic w/warranty.- $379. Must -sell.
(904)858-9350.. ,
FIREPLACE SCREEN, -conlempora'r
style from Crate & Barrell; $60. 247-6484

GAS POWERED Weed Eater, like new
o'ftftibth-EO. Call 81-18O: --
QUEEN SIZE Paul Bunyon style 4 poster
bed. med pine color, $100. 534-4170. '
FREE DIABETIC supplies! Medicare pa-
tients! Call Us Toll Free (866)294-3476
ana receive a Iree melert Am-Med Quality
Diabetic Supplies
AT&T'PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed tor $899. 249-8877.
GE DRYER $75. Sears Siove & Oven
$75, very clean. 993-9550.
BED- BRAND name. 'queen ,set,
new. w/warranty, 5129 Can- deliver.

BED- KING mattress set, $289. -Can de-
liver. i904)391-0015. -. I

PELICAN STAINED glass:window, $500.
$1500. 993-1118.' -
METAL UTILITY trailer 5X10 w/ gale 8 re-
movable racks; very. good.condidtion, $400; .
medium dog 'crate, $40; plasticplaypen,
$40: 24220346.
w/two leaves and 4 chairs. Like new, $750
OBO. New lift recliner chair $800 OBO,
OUEEN HEADBOARD/ Footboard,2 nile
stands,' tall' 6/drawer dresser,. contempo-
rary dark wood, 1 yr old, used inmodel,
home. Pd. $3000, asking $1200. Call Sea-
na 910-3644. .

LAND AUCTION 200 Props Must De Sold!
Low. Down / EZ financing Free catalog
East, LLC Auction Business License.
AB2509 Mark Buleziuk Auclioneer Li-
cense: AU3448 Jeffrey Johnston Auction-
ear License: AU3449 Slacey Mauck Auc-
tioneer License: AU3447

AUCTION- 341+/- acres 4 great farms
offered in 12 tracts. Mitchell County, GA.,
Saturday. October 14. 10am Roweil Auc-
tions, Inc t800)323-8388. 10o buyers
premium. GAL AU-C002594 wwwrowel-
AUCTION- 789+/- acres Offered in 39
tracts, prime Cook County, GA real estate.
Saturday, October 14. 10:00 a m. Rowell
Auctions, Inc. (800)323-8388. 10%* buy-
ers premium, GAL AU-C002594

WANTED CHILDS bicycle seal or pull
along trailer for carrying child on bike Call
646-3596 Iv. msg.

HUGE MOVING Sale, Sat., Oct 7. 4090
Glenhurat.Dr No., Jacksonville, FL 32224,
cell (904)434-6346.

MOVING SALEI Everything must go!
Friday, Saturday, 9am-3pm, 728 Palmlree
SATURDAY, 10/07/06, 8am-3pm, Numer.
ous household, umrniture & Kitchen items.
old pump organ, child's wooden lable
w.'chairs: Noritake set of china circa 1933,
elephants. lamps, 30 yrs. of accumulated
stuff. 103 Rita Rae in Seabreeze Woods
7th, Hampton Bay lighting, wicker, lumi-
ture. collectibles, & tools Lots more. Pen-
man Rd lo 121h Ave N. to 1320 Pinewood
Lane. 8 a.m.
YARD SALE, Saturday Oct 7th, 8am-
12pn. 418 17th Ave. Nonh,
BAMBOO ETAGERE $25 Benchcraft
sectional $35. PS, PS2. Xbox games $2
each, kitchen, cookbooks, Home decor.
Too much to IIst. Saturday Oct 7th, 8am-',
529 6th Ave N.
FRIDAY 8 Saturday 9-1pm Baby, fishing,
turnilure items 2291 Oak Forest Dr
HUGE COSTUME Sale! October 9th-
121h, 3-7pm, 1368 Beach Blvd., Jax Bch.

FURNITURE, MISC 8am-2pm. Saturday
& Sunday, 1202 2nd Ave. N.

SALE OF the year / One BAMF" Ga-
rage Sale! 10/7, Saturday 623 Selva
Lakes Circle, across ilrom park. -Take
Seminole to 5pts.. left'on plaza then 1st
right. Multiple couple & friends sale, loo
much To islt! Corda-Roy Beanbag. Leather
Couch, Bike Pans, Tons of urban, skate.
& sur clothes men & women. Golf clubs &
bag, books and bake saiel Be Durrl
MULTI-FAMILY SALE! Saturday, 8am-'
1pm 1035' East Coast Dr Tons ol men's
clothes, Nascar collectibles, lurnilure, ex-
ercise equipment. holiday decor, mucn
257 Jasmine Street. Household items.
Small urnilure. mens clothing. misc
items. and more.
MULTIPLE FAMILY Sale. Beaulul slate
coffee tables, dining table, & other great
items. 147 Magnolia St., Sat., 8am 12pm
THINK AHEADI Plant now lor blooms'
next.spring Plant sale, Friday. Saturday,
9am-3pm, 1242 Green 'Cay Ave., Plants
from. A, to Z with -what is i' in between-
some plans you dig. Call 249-2686

FIDDLER'S MARSH community sale, Sat
. Oct. 7, 8am-9 Turn east into L'Atriqm. op-
posile Publix Sawgrass, go around circle
to Fiddler's entrance.
fore Mickler- Rd. Saturday Ocl 71h, 8am-

ilIIIIIIq] fl[|@~s'I' $asfl'

Sale (near Allantic Blvd., on San Pablo
Rd.) Saturday, October 7. Bam-12pm.
RAGE SALEI 14001 Beach Blvd., Frl.-
Sun 8am-4pm. Entrance next to Golden

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MAXUM 2000 FR2, excellent condition,
ski's included. Asking $14,900, valued '@
$17,000. (904)613-5854.

2006 SCOOTER 150cc, 4 stroke: 800 mi.,
listed $2995, sale $1495, 241-0361.
-. .

BOW-FLEX- SPORT, fully. equipped, less 2003 NISSAN Muraeio SL, gold w/ tan in-
than 2 yrs.biold, excellent conditionn;, will' ledrior,, loaded.w/ moon roof; make offer,.
take $750, :call 270-8722- ajter 5pm' to,: (904)372-9052 .- -
view. ".

WHIRLPOOL HEAVY duty washer & front
load dryer $300.- Mission Oak dinning
room, seals six with' side bar $450.

1994 FORD.Explorer, loaded, well main-
lained, one owner .$5300. 241-5078

IMII li! :J31R*I EWnM.,

3PC LIVINGROOM set, $375. China cabi- 1994 SEVILLE SLS loaded, runs and
net & diningroom table $300. 899-3442. looks great $4400 537-6853.
FREEZER, 8 cu.. w/lock, portable bas- 2000 PONTIAC Grand Prix, excellent
kelball hoop,'20 gal. fish tdnk v/stand, call cond. black w/ black clolh int., 69K miles.
699-0814 after 1pm. Asking $7000 OBO, call 220-3939. Melis-
sa or Ashley.
g 's ??iq-l 2006 SOLARA convertible SLE, loaded,
'dLr kUlsL9L leather, 7000 miles, lull 7year/100K war-
ranty. $27,000, 241-0927.
2005 MAXIMA SL 36K mi.; sun roof, white
wi/ tan leather, fully loaded, never smoked
in, 516,600, Craig, (646)724-9649
2004' DODGE DURANGO SLT, rear air,
third seat, 'running boards, rool rack,
Handbags, Shoes cruise, till, AM/FM/Disc stereo, power
Sterling Silver, Costume locks, sleenng, windows, 32K miles, exc.
& Vintage Jewlery condition. V8 5.7 hemi magnum engine,
Sports Memorabillia dark grey light grey inlenor. 517,900.
6 Collectables & More 22.-8458
S2 VOLKSWAGENS, 1962 and 1967. Both
;.,.p .., 0Ad. 4-r -for $2500. Call 223-5891.
r 2006 MERCEDES SLK 350
'"'-"in B :'" Silver w/ black interior, hard top converti-
,;" l" 7"!3 :1 Callble, fully loaded, AT. 9,200mi.. $49.600'
Call 571-9821.
',4jjjj'1p1idji1 '98 BMW 3281 convertible, white. 127,000
SI1 1 mi., $9800, 614-8083
tH0 d 1997 MERCURY Sable, 4 door. A/C, CD
I :. ,,., T,.fl player. Not Running. Make offer
S t.! --^T4"'b'^- jr 223-7255.
SLaura Plaza 1997 CAMARO. 5spd.. 1 owner. 72,000
(Next to Subway) miles. $3800. Call 838-0662.

1995 TOYOTA Camry. 4 cylinder, great
, shape, $4400, 246-6820.

HEART PINE T & G flooring cut locally
Irom antique Pine timbers. Large quantity
w/ incredible dark patina. Lic. #ST5903.
Flonrida Heartwood 249-8310.




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