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Table of Contents
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main: Police Beat
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    Section A: Main: Obituaries
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Calendar
        page A 7
    Section A: Main: Beach Living
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Engagements
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living: Education
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    Section A: Main: Beach Living continued
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    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
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    Section B: Sports: Classifieds
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See A-10


Midweek Edition November 1, 2006



Charlie Crist -

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Spotting former

Panther Tebow

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SAnedition of The Beaches Leader


Vol. 44, No. 38

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

'Very small opening'

fatal to Marine, 25

First of two parts
Nease grad was
one week from
coming home

In military jargon, Marine
Corps Cpl. Josh Watkins was a
"short timer."
The 1999 Nease High School
graduate was only a week away
from completing his second
tour of duty in Iraq when he
was mortally wounded on
Saturday, Oct. 21, near
Shot in the stomach while
on a foot patrol outside Camp
5 Fallujah, Watkins was flown to
Balad Military Hospital in
Baghdad, where he died that
everung of his injuries. He was
S 25'.
An only child who dreamed
of joining the military since
boyhood, Watkins was follow-
ing a trip wire that was con-
nected to an improvised explo-
sive device (IED) when he was
shot in the side by an insur-
gent who was later killed by
The single- bullet penetrated
a portion of Watkins' side
where his bulletproof vest
opened ever so slightly.
"It was a very small open-
ing," Watkins' mother, Amy
Vasquez, explained Monday'
S night in an interview at her
Mandarin home.
"He had his Kevlar on, but
the bullet passed through
where it was not sewn closed.
They said there was extensive

internal damage."
Watkins was scheduled to
return to his Marine base at
Camp Lejeune, N.C., yesterday,
following a seven-month com-
bat tour, his second in the past
16 months.
His mother, grandmother,
Gail Tillis of Jacksonville, and
best friend, Sam Spearl of St.
Augustine, had planned to wel-
come Watkins home Tuesday
as he stepped off a bus at Camp
Amy Vasquez had renewed
the tags and insurance on her

Joshua Watkins, shown in
his Nease graduation pic-
ture from 1999, was
awarded a Florida Bright
Futures Scholarship.

son's 1999 Chevy Malibu the
day he was killed in Iraq.
She was watching TV alone
in her Mandatin home on
Saturday, Oct. 21, when the
-door bell rang around 8:30
When she turned on the
porch light, Vasquez said she


Josh Watkins with his mother, Amy, at Camp Lejeune, N.C., in
March 2005, before his first deployment to Iraq.

A gold crown adorns Minna Barnes Tuesday.at the Palm Valley Senior Center
on Canal Boulevard, wherb activities-included a, Halloween party and cos-.-
tume contest. Pat Mcintosh, dressed as a clown, got the award for "most fun,"
Virginia Hofstetter as the Statue of Liberty was "most original" and Wanda
Cornelius, AKA Frosty the Snowman, was "most unique."

Tower has

'no' appeal

After listening to strong comments of oppo-
sition from about 15 residents Tuesday, St.
Johns County commissioners unanimously
decided that a 150-foot telecommunications
tower should not be built off Roscoe
The tower had been denied by the St. Johns
County Planning and Zoning Agency (PZA),
and that denial was appealed to the County
Commissioners found that the tower, which
was proposed to be built a parcel at Lord of
Life Lutheran Church, would not fit with the
mostly residential neighborhood.
And commissioners were not convinced of a
clear need for the tower, despite an apparent
gap in service for certain cellular companies.
"Certainly this is a unique area where the
people value the scenic qualities of this com-
munity," Commissioner Cyndi Stevenson said
in the. meeting.
William Rand of Ponte Vedra, owner of
Verticality, the company proposing to build
the tower, was appealing the June decision by
the PZ. to deny the structure.
The PZA decided not to grant Rand a waiver
for a 250-foot setback requirement that would
have been necessary to build the tower.
In an extensive presentation Tuesday, Rand
.showed county commissioners dozens of pic-.
tures that helped demonstrate how visible the
tower would be.
Rand took photos from several different
neighborhoods of a large balloon 150 feet in
the air at the location of the proposed tower.
Rand told commissioners that the trees
5:-puld hide most views of the structure.

See TOWER, A-3

NB claims 'sham' in Wal-Mart property case

Fallacious, sham, phantasm
and red herrings are just some of
the terms that Neptune Beach's
city attorney used this week in a
response to a property owner's
request for relief.
Lakeshore Village is a Georgia-
based general partnership that
owns a 15-acre tract at 600
Atlantic Boulevard, where a
Wal-Mart superstore has been
proposed and rebuffed. The
firm has previously filed a
request for relief with the city,
arguing that it should be grant-
ed either permission for Wal-
Mart to build or be awarded
damages of $40 rrullion, claim-
ing the cited unfairly denied it
the right to use its property.
"Lakeshore has attempted,
through intimidation and mis-
representation, to create the pic-
ture of the property owner who
can't use its property," City
Attorney Chris White said in an
11-page response. "This is a
phantasm, Instead, we should
behold the property owner who
inflicts injury upon itself and
who accusingly points his finger

at another."
White said that the property
owner created a "dying retail
center" and "systematically
emptied" the center of ablee
tenants for the sole purpose of
having Wal-Mart on the proper-
ty. Lakeshore "eviscerated" itself
by driving out the tenants and
the city acted within its rights,
White said.
On a separate issue, White
said the reason that the devel-
opment was required to secure a
concurrency certificate is simple
- because it is the law. He noted
that when the property owner
was advised that it needed to
submit an application for the
certificate, the city discovered
that there may have been previ-
ous developments when, "for
reasons which are unknown at
this time," the requirement was
The city immediately began
requiring all developments not
exempt from concurrency
requirements to complete an
application, White said.
Lakeshore's contention that it
did not have to apply because

the city failed to follow proce-
dure on-others is a "misplaced
rationale," White said.
"Of course this interpretation
by Lakeshore certainly dove-
tails with its original intention
and desire not to address con-
currency... Lakeshore's interpre-
tation and suggestions for the
above is fallacious and without
any basis in law or fact," White
He also noted that a traffic
impact analysis provided the
city by the owner was "nothing
short of a sham." The two-page
analysis contained "self-serving
numbers" and was "at the very
least, form without substance."
White said that a traffic
study requested by the city did
not target Lakeshore, but was
triggered by- city code that
requires any project generating
500 or more trips a day to pro-
vide a traffic study. H' also
noted that "Lakeshore was con-
sistently reticent to discuss the
traffic concurrency" and to
submit information to the city
White alsb responded to the

owner's assertion that
Councilor John Weldon's com-'
ments about Wal-Mart were
inappropriate. Weldon had
introduced an ordinance ban-
ning "Big Box stores" and was a
vocal opponent during public
"There were no predetermi-
nations on the part of any
councilor that resulted in any
denial of due process to
Lakeshore," White said.
The response is expected to
be part of a Special Magistrates
hearing on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
The hearing will be held at the
Florida Coastal School of Law,
with an evening session
planned at Neptune Beach City
Hall. The special magistrate,
agreed to by both parties, will
be paid $250 an hour to medi-
ate the dispute, but the final
recommendation is not bind-
ing. Both sides will split the
White maintained in his
response that the city has com-
plied with its codes, land use
plan and state law.

'Wind in Willows' on Nov. 16, 17

The spotlight soon will fall
on the talents of several Nease
High School students as the
school's drama department
presents "The Wind in the
Willows" at 7 p.m. Nov. 1`6 and
Based on the children's book
by Kenneth Grahame, the play
includes a colorful cast of
woodland creatures and a sto-
ryline with a happy-ever-after
Jason Hart plays the part of
Mr. Toad of Toad Hall, whose
love of fast cars lands him in a
world of trouble.
Every car purchased by Mr.
Toad meets its demise in a dis-

astrous accident at the hands
of this uncontrollable main
Mr. Toad is so out of control,
that he steals a car, which gets
him 20 years behind bars. -
While in jail, he learns that
the Weasels, played by Zach
'Weinert, Charles Weinert,
Brittany Colabrese and Kellie
Crowethers, have taken over
Toad Hall, throwing out all bf
Mr. Toad's friends.
To resolve this dilemma,
Penelope the jailer's daughter
played by Chelsie Speeks -
helps Toad escape from impris-
onment, take back his home
town and restore harmony in
the woods.

Performances will be held in
the Performing ,Arts Center at
Tickets for the show are $7
for adults and $5 for children
and students.
A discount of $1 will be
awarded to those who make a.
donation of a new or used chil-
dren's book, which will go to
the Betty Griffin House domes-
tic shelter in St. Augustine.
Matinee shows will also be
performed Nov. 15 for various
elementary and middle
For more information, send
an e-mail to

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SA little literature
with that latte

Customers of Starbucks in
I Jacksonville Beach will get
more than a cup of coffee
when they visit the store at
S.- 2400-1 3rd St. S. on Friday
nightsht, beginning Nov. 3.
Area authors have teamed
r.,up with Starbucks to pres-
ent a new series of readings
and conversations about
F-'-, boks each Friday from 7:30;
I grn".to9:30p.m.
Ponte Vedra Beach author
S Victor DiGenti approached
the manager of Starbucks
with the idea of having
authors in the store to pro-
Lynn Coleman vide entertainment for Friday
evening customers. DiGenti,
who is also regional director of the Florida Writers
Association, said he was looking for additional venues to help
promote the work of regional authors.
"Starbucks has already built a reputation as a supporter of
literacy and the arts. Matching our creative writers with
Starbucks literate and loyal customer base seemed to make a
lot of sense," DiGenti said. "We have some excellent pub-
lished authors in the area, and this will give them the oppor-
tunity to present their work before a totally new audience,"
A pair of authors will appear each Friday evening, taking
turns talking about their books, reading excerpts, and auto-
graphing their books for any customers who wish to purchase
a copy.
Books & Brew begins Friday with DiGenti, author of two
award-winning adventure/fantasy novels from Ocean
Publishing, Windrusher and Windrusher and the Cave of
Tho-hoth. He'll be joined by Lynn Coleman, a Keystone
Heights author with 18 published novels and novellas to her
credit, including her latest romance from Barbour Publishing,
Kentucky Keepers.
The schedule of Books & Brew authors is as follows:
Friday, Nov. 10, Mary Kohnke & Steve Robertson
Friday, Nov. 17, Kay Day & Pat Behnke
Friday, Nov. 24, Marina Thurston Vita & Sohrab Fracis
Friday, Dec. 1, Dorothy Fletcher & Ken Gorman \:
Friday, Dec. 8, June Weltman & Jane Wood
Friday, Dec. 15, Terri Ridgell & Vic DiGenti

Holiday Shop-N-Drop
set in Atlantic Beach
Paxent 'can taclde their holi-
day shopping while Atlantic
Beach city employees supervise
their children.
Holiday Shop-N-Drop will be
held twice, Nov. 11 from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. and Dec. 9 from
2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event
allows parents to finish their
holiday shopping while their
children enjoy various activi-
ties, including a mbvie, crafts
and participating in an obsta-
cle course.
Lunch and a snack will be'
provided. The.cost is $20 per
child between the' ,ages of 5
and 12 and 'pre-registration is
required due to limited space.
There will also be a holiday
sing-a-long on 'Dec. 9 from 6
p.m. to 8 pm. at Bull Park.
Light refreshments will be pro-
i ded.
For more information call
Parks and Recreation at (904)

Incredible Edibles back
again with many treats
Skip the stressful holiday
cooking and treat yourself to
homemade casseroles, soups or
baked good that somebody
else 1Has slaved over instead of

The llth Annual Incredible.
Edibles Sale will begin at 8 a.m.
on Nov. 18 at St. Paul's by the
Sea Episcopal Church, conve-
niently scheduled .for the.
weekend before Thanksgiving.
Food is not the only item on
the agenda. The event will
also have other departments,
including a book nook, hand-
made crafts and decorations,
jewelry, tote bags and themed
gift baskets.
: The event will also feature a
French Cafe, which will serve
beignets in the morning and
lunch beginning at 11 a.m.
The church is located at 465
11th Ave. N. in Jacksonville
Beach., Call 249-4091 for more

Bike path budget changes
A budget modification was
approved, for the West Plaza
bike path at an Atlantic Beach
.city commission meeting last
week. An estimated $15,000 is.
required to construct a
guardrail and to landscape the
path. The commission recom-
mended that staff prepare a
budget modification for first

Beaches Realtors will
meet Thursday a.m.
The Beaches Northeast
Florida Association of Realtors
(NEFAR) Council will meet
Thursday' morning at the
NEFAR offices at 4130 3rd St.
S., Jax Beach (in the Sandcastle
Plaza at the end of JTB) at 8:30
a.m. for coffee and an informa-
tional program. The program
this week will be Christine
Williams of Exit Realty, Bella
Mara Luxury Condos on

Beaches Busindes1' ,a' I
Assbciatior to 'meet

The Beaches' Business
Association meets at noon on
Monday at the Jacksonville
Beach Golf Course clubhouse
on South Penman Road. BBA
representatives may be reached
at 247-2350. Annual dues are
$35. The buffet lunch costs $7.
Those attending should anive
by noon for lunch, with the
program starting at 12:30 p.m.
The speaker for Monday will
be Lesley Foster from Brown
Dog Creative speaking on
What makes a Business
Website Successful?

NB sends resolution of
support for the ferry
Neptune Beach has submit-
ted a resolution supporting
the continued funding of the
Mayport ferry, according to a
memo from Mayor Dick
Brown cited several reasons
why the ferry should contin-
ue, including the fact that it
is an "increasingly important
transportation option" and

an integral part of Beaches
On Nov. 13, the city of
Jacksonville will host a legis-
lation meeting. Jacksonville
City Councilor Elaine Brown
wili present all Information
from the Beaches regarding
the support of the ferry to
state legislators at the meet-

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mm1.. Tower:

Continued from A-1

After the PZA denied the
tower, Rand held a public meet-
ing with neighboring residents
to try to show that the tower
would not be very visible.
But Rand said that meeting
was not productive, as people
were argumentative and disrup-
Some of the same residents
attended Tuesday's commission
meeting claiming that, despite
Rand's assertions, the tower
would be seen from their prop-
erties and that view would, in
turn, decrease thdir property
Haydon Burns, a property
appraiser hired by Rand, told
commissioners that he conduct-
ed a market study and found the
values of properties close to or
with a view of cell towers were
not impacted in Ponte Vedra,
But several residents with real'

estate experience told commis-
sioners they don't agree.
Kay Seitzinger, president of
the Northeast Florida
Association of Realtors, said she
has dealt with clients who refuse
to even look at a home if they
see a view of a cell tower in the
Eileen McVeigh, a licensed
real estate broker in Ponte
Vedra, said homes with cell tow-
ers are less valuable.
In her experience with mar-
keting and selling homes in
Sawgrass, McVeigh said, homes
that had a' view of power lines
across from the Valley Golf
Course were reduced in price
compared with homes with
views of the course without
power lines.
. Rand also had a written testi-
mony of a Realtor who said he
once failed to sell a home in
Ponte Vedra because of the lack
of cellular service.

"It's important to remember
that cell phones are a critical
aspect of our society today,"
Rand told commissioners, not-
ing that a government study
found that 230,000 nationwide
emergency 911 calls were made
from cellular phones in 2004.
"We need to remember the
positive side to these [cell
phones] is that they do save
lives," Rand said.
In response, Commissioner
Jim Bryant said he believes the
ability of cell phones to save
lives is more critical in rural or
remote areas, not a heavily pop-
ulated area such as Roscoe
Rand said after the meeting
that he would probably. be will-
ing to take his appeal to court,
depending on his attorney's
opinion on the strength of his
"I've got to find out if we can
win," he said.



Continued from A-1

saw two men' in dress blue
uniforms through the glass'
window of her front door.
"That's something, you
don't want to see," said
Vasquez, a single mother who
worshipped her grown son
arid' prayed daily for his safe
"I had kind of breathed a
sigh of relief because he was
finally coming home, I had
everything planned. I had his
car squared away so we could
drive it up to him, and then
you get the news that he was
killed. '
"But for as long as I can
remember, Joshua wanted to
be in the' military. He told me

fire a tube-launched, optical-
ly-tracked and wire-guided
anti-tank missile from a
Humvee or other fighting
vehicles. He also manned a
50-caliber machine gun.
It was hazardous duty, but
one Watkins relished, his
mother said.
"He may have been a sitting
duck up there for all I know,
but I do know that when any,
Marines had to dismount
from the vehicle, it was
Joshua's job to provide cover,"
she recalled Monday.
"He would stay in the gun
turret with both hands on he

Man of convictions

once, 'Mfom, I've always envi- On his first tour in Iraq,
signed myself in the middle Watkins was stationed at a
of whatever is going on, lead- forward operating base near
ing men.' Falujah, about 40 miles west
of Baghdad.
Recently promoted 'It,was tough duty, both on
.,I "Watkins and on his mother
Watkins was a vehicle comn- back home.
mander inr:tht*eMarirtid,'*iak'l *""l i'--f-t d out" f ALW e
ing been promoted to th 'i"fdr"ait"dft'6&tr' nion'fth';"Aid
rank of corporal in September. when he would go out on
When he enlisted in July missions, I would not hear
2003, Watkins had quit col- from him for weeks at a time,"
lege and was working full- said Vasquez.
time at a local paper compa- "He would kid me and say,
ny. .'Oh, mom. My, job is so bor-
A former construction man- ing. I do the same stuff every
agement major at the day.' I didn't find out what his
University of' North .Florida, job was until he died."
the' tall; athletic Jacksonville According to his mother,
native ,was biding his time .Watkins routinely patrolled a'
before he reported to basic dangerous section of highway
training at Parris Island, S.C. outside the base. As a Humvee
A certified scuba diver and commander, his job was to
paintball enthusiast, Watkins keep the road safe from insur-
was hard-wired for the gents who targeted convoys.
Marines. The job meant Watkins was
He was an expert marksman constantly on the lookout for
dn the pistol and rifle range, explosive devices..
and wore his ,expert badges, "He was nervous about
proudly, on his' dress blue going over there a second
Marine uniform. time,". said Sam Spearl,
During his first tour in Iraq Watkins' former college room-
in 2005, Watkins was a TOW mate.
gunner, a Marine qualified to "But he agreed with the pol-

icy of why he was.over there.
He knew what he was doing
v was right. He loved being a:
Vasquez said she was wor-
ried that the Marine Corps
would change her son into
someone she wouldn't recog-
But Watkins was his own
.man, according to Spearl. He
had strong convictions about.
duty and country, but he was
also someone who questioned
"I was scared to death of
boot: camp," Vasquez recalled
Monday as she held a rolled
up pair of desert camouflage
pants her son wore in Iraq.
"I was scared for Joshua
because he always had 'this
tender spirit. And I was afraid
that they were going, to
change that. I was so afraid
they were going to break his
Watkins' would have spent
this week at Camp Lejeune,
then would, have driven' to
Jacksonville on leave.
Nex.,p.ing,. he w.pawscc.(-
uled to serve a third and final
seven-month tour in Iraq,
according to his mother.
Born April 8, 1981, at
Baptist Medical Center in
Jacksonville, WVatkins. cele-
brated his last two birthdays
in the combat zone.
"That was always hard. on
mom," Vasquez recalled, "but
I was also fortunate that 'his
rotation was such that he was
always home( for
Thanksgiving and

Coming Friday: Family' and
friends remember the sacifice
Joshi l'atkins made o.the bat-
tlefield and the promise lie made
to God before he left.


Roundtable to meet
. The St. Johns County' Civic
Association Roundtable will
meet at 9 a.m. Nov. 13 atfthe
Main County Library on the
corner of U.S. 1 and San'
'Carlos Avenue 'in St,
Augustinie., .
Dr. Maria Colavito, director
of the St. Johns County
Department of Health and
Human and Services, and Fire
Chief Robert Hall will speak
about providing health care
For more information visit

Support groups to meet
The following support
groups for people who care
for the sick and elderly are
scheduled to, meet in
November at the St. Johns
County. Council on Aging
Coastal Community Center,
180 Marine Street, St.

A group for those- caring
for, Alzheimer's patients or,
those dealing with memory
loss will meet Nov. 8,at 7 p.m.
and Nov. 16 at 1:30 p.m.,
'TFull Circle," /a support,
group for those caring for eld-
erly. parents, grandparents,
relatives or friends, will meet
Nov. 28 at 7 p.m.
Parkinson's Support
Group will meet Nov. 26 at 2
For more information call
Diane Longo at 823-4815.

'Tell'abrate stories
The Beaches League of
Storytellers is organizing a
i"Tellabration" on Sunday,
Nov. 12, from 2 p.m. to 3:30
p.m. at the Southside Library,
10599 Deerwood Park Blvd. in
Tellabration is celebrated all
over the U.S. during National

Storytelling Week, Nov. 12
through 18.
This is the first Tellabration
in Jacksomille organized by
the Beaches ,League of
Storytellers, which was found-
ed in 1983 by Marjorie Harrell
and Kathleen Wilson and now
has 20 members.
The aim of the league is to
encourage and develop the art
of storytelling in all ages.
The Northside Storytellers
League and the Storytellers
League of Jacksonville are also
participating ,in the
Families are-welcome to the
Tellabration, which is free..
i The Beaches League of
Storytellers meets at 10:30
a.m. onthe second- Saturday
of the month September
through May at the Pofte
Vedra Beach Branch Library.

Experienced Jacksonville Beach City Council
District 3, Seat 6
Involved in the Community Non Partisan

Citizens Concerns my Priority

Building hei ht

limit on AB baHllots

Measure would amend charter


Voters in Atlantic Beach will have the
opportunity Nov. 7 to consider an amend-_
ment to the city's charter that would estab-
lish a 35-foot building height limit, according
to a media release from the city of Atlantic

Q: What are the details of the
amendment? ','.
A: Voters will consider an amendment to
the city's charter, which would establish a 35-
foot building height limit on Nov. 7, 2006.

Q: What is the purpose of a city
A:. A city charter allows local governments
to operate in accordance with the constitu-
tional laws of the state of Florida as well as
specific provisions in the charter.

Q: What is the difference between
a regular amendment and a city
charter amendment?
A: Atlantic Beach has had an amendment
which limits building height to 35-feet,
according to the city's zoning regulations and
Comprehensive Plan. However, these restric-
tions could be changed by the vote of a city
commission. If the city charter amendment

was established, it could only be amended by.
an action of the voters or the state legislature.

Q: Is there any opposition to the
city's charter amendment?
A: C u rrently there are no organized groups
against the city charter amendment.

Q: Why is this amendment being
considered for the city's charter?
A: This amendment is being considered as
a response to the high-rise condos that have
been built elsewhere at the Beaches, mainly
'in Jacksonville Beach, where voters amended
that city's charter to ban new projects over 35
feet in height.
Q: Are \ any exceptions to the
amendment allowed?.
A: Chimneys on residential buildings and
exterior architectural elements, such as decks
and porches on non-residential buildings are
now permitted with specific approval of the
city commission. The amendment would
allow existing buildings to be rebuilt to their
existing height. However, the Sea Turtle Inn
is the only building that currently exceeds
the 35-foot height limit. Because .of its inte-
gral role in the community, a single excep-
tion to the height limit is proposed in the
charter amendment specific to the hotel

October 26. 2006

'Contact: Dennis W. Hollingsworth, 209-2250
St. Johns County Tax Collector

S Tax Bills Are Coming!
2006 Tax Roll Totals $386,122,236.76
ST. AUGUSTINE Beginning Wednesday, November 1st St. Johns County property owners can expect to find
their tax bills in the mailbox as the. 2006 tax season kicks off. This includes bills for real estate, tangible personal
property, railroad, and non ad-valorem assessments.
Total taxes to be collected are $386,122,236.76. This is an increase of $74 million compared to the 2005 tax roll
of $311,678,008.75. Historically, as the population of St. Johns County has grown, likewise the tax roll has
increased. "St. Johns County has e.\perienced significant growth o'er the past two decades that I have served the
residents as Tax Collector," Hollingsworth noted. "'As a direct result, the tax roll has increased to accommodate
the increased need for services provided by the various taxing authorities."

Although all tax bills become due Nov. 1, 2006, they are payable through March 31, 2007 Without
incurring a penalty.
"Residents have the opportunity to pay their tax bills over the next several months, but the greatest savings can be
realized by those residents who opt to pay their bills in November when they can get a 4 percent discount," said
St. Johns County Tax Collector Dennis W. Hollingsworth.
There are various methods of payment available to St. Johns County residents. The most popular method is the .
U.S. mail. Simply place your tax bill and payment in the return envelope enclosed with your bill; stamp and
For those who would rather pay their bill from home, the Tax Collector's Office offers an online
payment service to residents with Internet access and a credit card, Access the St. Johns County Tax Collector
website at www.sjctax.us and follow the prompts for payment. Please note that a convenience fee is associated
with this service, however, this office does not retain any portion of this fee.
Although it is too late for the 2006 tax year, Florida Statute 197 allows taxpayers to prepay their taxes on an
alternative installment payment plan for each tax notice with taxes estimated to be more than $100.00. If you
wish to apply for the Installment Plan method for the 2007 tax year; application must be made with the Tax
Collector's office prior to May 1, 2007, and the first payment must be made no later than June 30,-2007. No other
provisions in the law allows for partial payments.
Additionally, 31,714 notices were sent to mortgage companies with Escrow Accounts totaling $118,378,603.79.
If you have an escrow account, you should be receiving an informational "only" notice detailing your tax status
For the past 17 years, your tax collector's office has maintained a 99.1 percent or greater collection rate.
Ultimately, this assists all local taxing authorities to finance services for the citizens' needs at very low interest
rates. The bonding agencies tie the collection rate of ad valorem taxes directly to the funding source.

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Letters to the editor:

We need to be tougher

on transients in JB

To the editor:
We have a real and growing
problem here in Jax Beach with
the transients and issues..
Maybe if we bring it out into
the open, problems will be
There is a pending and
increasing danger to
Jacksonville Beach residents
and visitors. This danger is the
transient people hiding in the
city. For example just last week
there was a stabbing at the
Pavilion from. a brawl of the
transients, camps of what seem
to be thugs in the woods (trash
and fecal matter/smell every-.
Swhere), suspicious activity, rou-
t ine unaccountability of.
strangers in our neighborhoods
and nearby vacant property.
: am serving this notification
to you the city of Jacksonville
Beach'as notice there is a real
.risk to life and property to the,
Jacksonville, Beach residents
,and visitors to this city frdm
.these "transit" people who
seem to have a free run of the
city. And, in fact these train-
sients are highly probably a real
risk to our public safety.
The city of Jacksonville
Beach government consisting
of the elected, appointed and
employed staff of the City of
Jacksonville Beach, are to pro-
vide a.safe' community for our
city. If [they] continue to not
be successful in addressing the-
number of people hiding in our
neighborhoods, camping id
vacant areas, and brawl stab-
bings, our community finances
Swillbe at risk of a lawsuit from
the victims of neglecting to
address the issues.
Recently 1 called the police
about a transient issue because
about 7 a.m. I saw a transient
riding a bike and guiding
another empty bike next to
him on the side streets by my
"htome-behind Gate-Station and
r-the Beaches--Medical Center.-
The transients then took both
bikes into the woods behind
Beaches Medical Center. Just
today I was in the Discount
Auto and saw a transient in
there buying a can of silver
spray paint. Originally I had
called the police, and they
came out and looked in the
woods, but I do not know what
came of it. But the transients
activity, camping and who
knows what is still going on.
My neighbor said he "has
called and 'police come, but
nothing ever changes, tran-
sients come back and sleep in
the woods the very next night,
and it has been like this over,
and over again.
There are a growing number
of people referred to as tran-

Kathleen Feindt Bailey Linda Borgstede
Editor, The Beaches Leader Director of Sales

Thomas Wood Karen Stepp
President and Publisher Vice President

Chuck Adams
Talia Dahlke
Robert DeAngelo
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Bob Fernee
Laura Fowler
Alice Gartland
John Hardebeck
Jennifer Knoechel
Kristin MacCaull
Liza Mitchell
Kathy Nicoletti
Hal Newsome
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Ann Von Thron
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Amy Bolin
Pat Dube
Bernice Harris
Ted Lamb

sent 'people moving into
Jacksonville Beach. Some of
these people I have seen duck-
ing into woods, alleys and
around the Pavilion. :
By my house, just down the
street, I have been harassed by
them at night where they will
actually step in front of your
car at night and mutter words
and gesturing arm movements
in a threatening manner when
I have just quickly sped away. ,
When I call the police I get a
response, but, by the time a
patrol arrives the transients
have moved on... they.know
how the system works and they
move from hiding place to hid-
ing places, avoiding contact
with police. The transients
seem to be able to work the sys-
,ternm in Jacksonville Beach to
where they live here year in
and;year out free from taxes,
rent, and accountability as-to
whom they are, where they are,
and what they are doing.
Call for action:
li First- and immediately, I
believe if the police are called
out to identify someone -or a
group of transients whom are
hiding or camping in vacant
areas, I believe we need to iden-
tify, fingerprint and have a full
police investigation why any
people are repeatedly hiding in
our neighborhoods... I heard
the city is reporting child
molesters who reside next to
us; what about all these tran-
sients? And repeat transients?
2) Second- shortly and as-
soon-as-possible Identify,
what attracts these elements to
hide in our neighborhoods and
The poor city maintenance.
of the roadway in my neigh-
borhood plays into why there
are so many hiding places
along the roadway.
Patrol identified areas,
enforce vagrancy-laws--- -'-
-* People- not--mei-ntai Fi-ng--
their vacant lots to city code.
Posting city property that is
not a public declared park as
No Trespass, enforce.
This will reqwre active par-
ticipation of all branches of the
local government most rea-
sonably headed by the mayor
of Jacksonville Beach.
How bad does this problem
have to get before the city of
Jacksonville Beach does some-
thing about it?
It is time for the city govern-,
men( to resolve this issue now,
and, put an action and plan in
place for the future.
Ken Constant
Family Man
14-year Jacksonville Beach

Foil spread of staph

To the editor:
I am so glad you had an-
articlq about the resistant bac-
teria strain'of staph that is in
our midst.' It is important to,
know what to do to fight it.
Please mention that the '!skin
to skin" .contact happens
when people share towels.
Towel sharing is easy to do in

locker rooms and happens a
The staph spread will be
foiled immensely if the ath-
letes use their own clean
towel always. It's a good'
habit to, develop.

Carolyn Evans
Ponte Vedra Beach

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Editor, Ponte Vedra Leader
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Vice President

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Eric Braun
Randy Dedman
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Jimmy Howle
Donny Milliken
John Newsome
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Steve Fouraker 249-9033

Hunters daughters don't whine

-r -ihe taste- well--aEccpt- ill
food if it has some under-
lying story or value
attached td it just cracks me
up. If it's supposed tq be
health, we'll overlook the.
drier, lack of grease taste; if it's
the first try using a new sinok-
er grill or turkey fryer, we'll
smile and say "it's really not
bad.' .
I ran into a friend at a party,
recently, and asked her and her
husband what they' were up to.
Her husband broke into a
broad grin 'and said "I'm going
quail hunting again." .I
remember peering at him
thinking that I had seen that
look before. It's the look on the
face of fishermen when they
are headed out for a day of
deep sea fishing; it's the
expression on the, mug of,
Hank Staley as.:he makes his
way to Athens, to watch his'
Bulldogs. This guy loved hunt-
ing quail, no bones about it.
Glancing at his wife with a,
questioning look, I asked what
she did with the quarry her
hunter proudly brought home.
She shrugged with turned up
palms and whispered "they're
in the freezer." Having no
choice but to follow with a
"now let me get this straight"
interrogation, I learned that
'for years her husband has gone

quail hunting, return
his prey, and put them
freezer until someone
out what to do with th
fact, they might have t
to a deep freeze to han
This brought back mE
of my father after idov
ing trips. My mother
about to litter her freez
the carcasses of little b
we ate them that nigh
now clear to me that t
her tactic for persuade
father' to stay home
dove season. I remember
dinners of dry, strings
meat as we, all looked
Dad as if to say, you
those cute little birds
we could eat this?

i ,' .'l -' .,.
L'"s1w ll Jaufint'a-dy'a ut thir
quail predicament, I promised
L my friend that I would call
Rachel Ray, the very cool cook-
ing lady on TV, and ask her to
center her next show around
game birds. I even suggested
setting up an email address to
solicit recipes in the name of
freeing up space in her freezer.
It's a dead bet that the only
way to move those quail was
by making them into hors
d'ouerves or main entrees.
N Moving them to the dumpster,
which would be my choice,,
was clearly not an option.
wd with. I actually went online look-
i in the ing for recipes and each had
figures wine, cream. of mushroom
hem. In soup and sour cream as ingre-
o move dients, which is code for "'the,
id.le the .only way you can make these
edible is to smother them in
memories sin." '
e hunt- The only solution here
was not seems to be the proverbial bit-
er with ing Of the bullet, no pun
irds, so intended. So, as any ,eight-
t: It is year-old will tell you, get your
his was tall glass of water handy, and
ing my swallow quickly. But take it
during from us daughters of hunters:
er those never, ever say "it's really not
, bitter that bad."
at my Dr. vonThron is a pediatrician
killed, who lives in Neptune Beach with
so that her husband, children and Daisy.

To the editor:
The Oct. 25 edition of The Leader contained
a news 'story about the initiative now under
discussion in Atlantic Beach to bring about
greater fairness in elections via, single-member
An' editorial in that same edition o'f The
Leader, concerning at-large representation in
St. Johns County, underscored the pitfalls of
halfway reforms.
In the case of St. Johns County the "reform"
maintained at-large elections but created a
geographical residence requirement.
As a result Ponte Vedra Beach residents are
being represented by a' commissioner who
won a majority of votes in the county but not

in Ponte Vedra Beach.
A similar situation exists in Jacksonville
with five at-large Council seats, especially
Group 5, where Republicans: are elected
despite an overwhelming majority of residents
in Group 5 being registered as Democrats.
The St. Johns County referendum on Nov. 7,
which proposes to create a county commis-
sion with five district commissioners and two
at-large commissioners is an improvement
over the present system, but voters may want
to ask, Which individuals or interest groups or
political elites benefit from having two at-
large commissioners?
Michael Hoffmann
Atlantic Beach




is real


(most of

the time)

S ince the Jacksonville area
is sometimes referred to
as South Georgia, it's not
surprising that there are plen-
ty of University of Georgia
football fans here..
Consequently, it figures
that, when the U of Ga.
Bulldogs are coming to town
to play the Florida Gators at
Alltel Stadium, 'a joint ipep
rally will be a noisy affair. At
Jax Beach American Legion
Post 129 on October 27, it
Some of the cheerleaders on
both sides were sorta beyond
college age but still energized
- and fired up.
The' Gators Girls, attired in
UF-oriented costumes, were a
voluble view of orange and
blue. The Dawgs Dames, on
the other hand (or paw), were
'really 'red c.oeds. If "cheer
'det"ab" i nthusiasm weTe the
major way to win, the game
might have been a tie.
Despite the. loud competi-
tiveness, though, the proceed-
ings were amicable. Nobody
tackled anyone else or threw a
After all, these folks rub
elbows like family, enjoying
themselves and doing good
In fact, it would have been
impossible to suppress a
chuckle, when the Dawgs
Detachment launched a cheer
that went, "Big Orange-Little
Orange-Texas cactus, we know
your team needs a lot of prac-
tice. We had to sit you in a
highchair, feed you with a
spoon, put you in a box, and
kick you to the moon!"
The Gatorettes dished it
out, too. In an 'admirable
demonstration of avoiding
profanity, they chanted, "1-2-
3-4-5-6-7, all good children go
to heaven. All the rest stay
here and yell, Come on
Gators,,give 'em hell-o, oper-
ator, give me a line. We can
beat the Bulldogs any old
The only response from
Uga, the Georgians'" canine
mascot, was some muffled
barking. The bulldog must be.
on steroids because he's over
'six feet tall and walks on only
two legs. Actually, he looked
suspiciously like a former
Marine wearing a fake dog
We should offered him a
dog biscuit to see if he ate it.
Maybe not, however. As is
well documented, Marines
will eat anything.
As it turned out, the Gator
team prevailed the next day,
chomping on the Dawgs by a
score of 21 to 14,.
With a nod to modesty
'inspired by the'too-close vic-
tory margin, there wasn't a
whole lot of Gator gloating at
the Legion.
Since the gridiron.game was
no cakewalk, both sides at
Post 129 joined together after-
ward to do one, and some
Georgia rooters took the cake
This game was friendly fun
and definitely not half-baked.



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( C E R ATIN ,right) f- -------
.EL R TING It's a pirate's life for Katy Cuartas and her
Children Tristan, Emma and Zowi (ninja)
wE __ T Saturday in the Halloween parade in
HALLOWEEN AT THE Atlantic Beach and Neptune Beach
r ^r Town Center. '

Kristen Smeehuvzen hands Eden Rewa

Aggravated assault was
reported Oct. 26 in the 400
block of Beach Blvd. A transient
told police that he was attacked
with a knife by an unknown
man when he refused to sell the
."man drugs. He sustained a
small laceration on his finger,
police said.
Petit theft was reported Oct.
25 in the 2000 block of 3rd St. S.
The victimm told police that she
observed a male suspect ride
away on her beach cruiser that
was parked in front of a shop-
ping center.
Auto burglary was reported
Oct. 22, in the, 3600, blo, of
Sanctuary VVay N. Th ee vehj-
cles were burglarized and the
faceplates of two stereos were
stolen. Total loss is $500.
"* ,
Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported Oct. 22 in the
first block of Oakwood Road.
The owner of the vehicle was
out' of town when his green'
2004 Toyota Camry was driven
without permission. The car
was returned to the home with
significant front end damage
estimated at $2,000.
.' '0 0 0 "
Copper piping worth $2,700
was reported stolen Oct. .20 in
the 100 block of Laguna Villas
Blvd. .
Halloween yard decorations
valued at $200 were reported
stolen Oct. 25 in the 400 block
of 17th Ave. N.
'* O
Painting equipment and a
pressure washer were reported
stolen Oct. 25 in the 1100 block
of 6th Ave. N. The items were
taken from the garage of a
rental property. Total loss is
Felony criminal mischief wa
reported Oct. 27 in the 200
block of 8th Ave. S. Damage is
estimated at $1,500.

Eric Antonio Turner, 31, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
26 and charged with aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon
and felony battery in the 1900
block of 2nd Ave. N., according
to a police report.
Burglary to a business was
reported Oct. 29 in the 1200
block of Penman Road. A wit-
ness observed the front glass
door of a restaurant was shat-
tered at 7:55 a.m. The rear door
was forced off its hinges and the
office was ransacked. A safe
containing $2,650 in deposits
was missing.
Lewis Alexander Bailey, 21, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
27 and charged with possession
and sale of a controlled sub-
stance and tampering with evi-
dence in the 1400 block of 2nd
Street S., according to a police
report. The CRT team was con-
ducting a drug investigation in
the area and attempted to stop
Bailey for questioning, the
report said. He fled when police
approached him and tossed a
plastic bag containing several
pieces of crack cocaine that was
later recovered, police reported.
The suspect attempted to hide
under a car in a garage but

police struck him with a taser to
apprehend him, the report said.
Charles Wesley Hammond,'
45, a transient, was arrested
Oct. 27 and charged with aggra-
vated battery with a deadly
weapon in the 100 block of
Boardwalk N., according to a
police report.
* Michael Allen Robello, 47, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
28 and charged with aggravated
assault in the first block of
Boardwalk N., according to a
police report.
.* .
Strong armed robbery was
reported. Oct. 28, in the 200
block of Boardwalk N. A 32-

police that at
pect sat down
kicked him in
the victim's i
$100 cash.,

pjess ;ngWa,,old
3:16 a.m. a sus-
next to him and
the head without
The suspect stole.
identification and
* *

Battery was reported Oct. 28
in the 200 block of Boardwalk
N. Thevictim told police that
an unknown male suspect hit
him and kicked him in the face.
He sustained a broken jaw and,
was bleeding from the nose.
Dominique Rashad Butler,
27, was arrested on Oct. 26 in
the 1900 block .of Francis
Avenue for selling a controlled
substance, according to police.
A vehicle was reported stolen
on Oct. 25 in the 400 block of
Sargo Road. The victim parked
her car in the street and left the
keys in the ignition while drop-
ping her children off. She went
inside for a few minutes and
when she returned, her car was
Shone Lajean Pearsall; 26,
was arrested on Oct. 26 for vio-
lation of probation, according
to police.
Willie Elijah Sampson, 27,
was arrested for possession of a
controlled substance on Oct. 25
in the 1200 block of Linkside
Drive, according to police.
A burglary was reported, on
Oct. 26 in the 500 block of
Camelia Street. A firearm was
stolen from the victim's home.
She and a witness went to the
store at 8 p.m., and when they
returned at 10 p.m., the victim
noticed a dresser drawer was
open and,her firearm was gone.
A forgery was reported on
Oct. 26 in the 900 block of
Atlantic Boulevard. A bank
returned a check as forged.
Jonathan Daniel Thomas, 24,
was arrested on Oct. 26 for pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, according to police.
George Gregory Harris, 23,
was arrested on Oct. 26 for
attempting to flee a law
enforcement officer, according
to police. An officer attempted
to conduct a traffic stop for a
broken headlight. The defen-
dant did not pull over and
eventually stopped at :a food
store, where he exited the vehi-
cle and ran on foot, police
reported. The officer ordered

him to get on the ground, but
the defendant ignored him, the
report said. The suspect was
caught in the 500 block of
Atlantic Boulevard and said he
had not been driving the vehi-
cle,, police reported. When
police returned to the food
store, the vehicle was gone.
A resident of South Roscoe
Boulevard told police that his
credit card was used fraudulent-
ly to purchase a Web site that
advertises motorcycles and
parts for sale. Customers who
order from the site and pay for
the items do not receive the
products, the victim reported.
A 60-yea pold, resident of
Village Walk '-reported that
someone scratched her 2005
Lincoln on both sides while it
was parked in her driveway
some time between. Thursday
afternoon and Friday morning.
Damage was estimated at $500.
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A St. Johns. County firefighter
on Sunday turned over a wallet
to a St. Johns County Sheriff's
deputy. The firefighter said he
had put the wallet in his pocket
when the wallet's owner, a
Jacksonville man, was injured
in,a crash. The firefighter called
deputies when he found a clear
plastic bag and a straw in the
wallet and suspected the bag
contained an. illegal narcotic,
according to a 'report. The
:deputy opened the bag and
found it was empty, the report
A resident of the 900 block of
Ponte Vedra Boulevard reported
that a domestic employee topk
a purse containing a $1,000
Circuit City gift. card. The
employee used the card to pur-
chase and install a car alarm,
according to the report. The 36-
year-old victim did not wish to
press charges but fired the
employee, according to the
0 0

A 40-year-old resident of
Odom's Mills reported Sunday
that she was unable to locate
her brown leather purse after
shopping Saturday for groceries.
A 24-year-old resident of
Seaside reported Oct. 23 that
several items were stolen from
her 2004 Chevrolet, which had
no been moved for about two
weeks. Stolen were a DVD play-
er, CDs, DVDs, children's cloth-
ing and children's toys, for a
total value of $1,698.
A 24-year-old resident of
Seaside reported Oct. 23 that he
was the victim of a fraudulent
check. He told deputies that he
had corresponded with a
woman from a roommate-find-
ing Web site and that the
woman sent him a check for
$4,500 to pay for shipment of
her goods from Africa.
She told the man he should
cash the check and send $3,500
by Western Union to a shipper
in Ghana which he did -
and keep the remaining $1,000
for a deposit on the room.
The man's bank told him the
$4,500 check was fraudulent
and that he was responsible for
the $3,500. He said he couldn't
get in touch with the woman.

A vehide was reported stolen
on Oct. 29 in the 2000 block of
Bay Road, according to a police
report. The victim left his car
parked in his driveway at 11
p.m. When he went to his car
at 7 a.m. the following morn-
ing, it was gone. He told
police that he thought the car
was unlocked. There were no
signs of forced entry.
Adam Robert Goggin, 22,.
was arrested for assault with a
deadly weapon on Oct. 28 in
the 1000 block of Seagate
Avenue, according to a police

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

November 1, 2006


Donald Eugene Alegre

Donald Eugene Alegre, 71, of
Jacksonville Beach, died on
Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006. He
was born Dec. 29, 1934 in
Newark, NJ, son of Alex Alegre,
Sr. and Martha Dassing Alegre.
He married Shirley Ann
Clements in July 1964. She
died in 1990. They are sur-
vived by Tina Woodham
Oldenkamp, Donald A. Alegre

and Martha P. Alegre.
Viewing was held Tuesday at
the funeral home. A graveside
service is scheduled for 2 p.m.
today, Wednesday, at Beaches
Memorial Gardens, Main Street
at Levy Road, Atlantic Beach.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home, 1701
Beach Blvd, Jacksonville

Patti Cropper

.Patti Cropper, age 76, of
Ponte Vedra Beach, died
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2006. She,
was born in Knoxville,
Tennessee, and was the daugh-.
ter of the late Dr. Glen A. Bibee
and Eudora E. Ledgerwood.
She was a graduate of the
Casements College in Ormond
Beach and a memlper of the
Palms Presbyterian'Church of
Jacksonville Beach. '
She is survived by her hus-
band of 57 years, Ease C.
Cropper of the home; son, M.
Steven Cropper of Ponte Vedra
Beach;' daughter, Ricki C.
Boone and son-in-law, Michael
W. Boone of Greenville, SC; sis-
ter, Mary R.Searle and brothei-
in-law, William C. Searle of
Knoxville, Tennessee; three

granddaughters, Kelly Boone
and Kimberly Boone of
Greenville, SC and Taylor .
Cropper of Ponte Vedra Beach;"
and three nephews, Glen
Rutherford, William '
Rutherford, and John
Rutherford, all of Knoxville.
A private memorial service
for the immediate family was
held in the ?Palms Presbyterian
Church of Jacksonville Beach
on Friday, Oct. 27, 2006.
Memorials may, be made to
the Building Fund for the
Palms Presbyterian Church,
310 S. 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach, Florida 32250.
Arrangements by 'Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

George Palmer Derby

George Palmer Derby died at
his home on Oct. 28, 2006.
:He was a lifelong employee
of St. Regis Paper Company
and was admired by his peers
for his dedication and knowl-
edge of the industry. He
retired from Champion Paper
Company as a vice president in
1987.., '. '
Learning, to love the St.
John's River at an early age, he
spent countless hours fishing
its waters or racing at the helm;
of a sailboat. He enjoyed these
activities with his wife and
instilled his love for the water
in his children, the family said.

He was preceded in death by
his wife of 58 years, Margaret
T. Derby and is survived by his
daughter, Margaret Ann Derby,
son George P. Derby Jr. and
wife. Fifi and his brother
Richard Derby.
A memorial service will be
held today, Wednesday, at 11
a.m. at Christ Episcopal
Church in:Ponte Vedra Beach.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be directed to the charity
of one's choice. ,

Giddens Funer
Jacksonville Beac

by Hardage-
al Home in

..Brady --Blythe Egglesteow
Brady Blythe Eggleston, age his wife of 47 years, Jean Carol
79, of Atlantic Beach, died Eggleston, .
Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2006. -,He is survived by-his sons,
Born in Atlanta, Mi. Chaplain Lt. Colonel Timothy
Eggleston was a military veter- Brady Eggleston and wife,
an, who saw active duty in the Colonel Doctor Jan Faulk-
D-Dav invasion; later he Eggleston, U.S. Army, retired,
worked as a telegraph operator of San Antonio, Texas, and
and in the field of data pro- Ronald Andrew Eggleston and
cessing. He trai'eled the world wife, Kathleen Scully Eggleston
with his family in Europe, Asia, of Conyers, Georgia. Eggleston
and throughout the United is also survived by 13 grand-'
States. children, 6 great-grandchil-
Upon retiring from the mili- dren, and his sister, Lurline
tary, Eggleston continued his Slider, of Hendersonville, NC.
career as a computer operator A memorial service was held
for The Continental Insurance on Tuesday at Horis Ward
Company in Atlanta. He later Funeral Home in Conyers, GA.
worked for the Internal Horis A. Ward Funeral
Revenue Service in Home, Rockdale Chapel was in
Jacksonville. charge of arrangements.
He was preceded in death by

James McLeod Perry, M.D.,
62, died Oct. 30, 2006. Born in
Brooklyn, NY on Feb. 25, 1944
into the Air Force family of
James Wallace and Phoebe
Nock Perry, he resided in many
.cities in the United States and
Following graduation from
Phillips Andover Academy in
1961, he was appointed to the
United States. Air Force
Academy class of 1965. After a
year of, graduate studies at
Georgetown University, he
served in Vietnam as a fighter
pilot with the 612th tactical
fighter squadron and -Misty
Commando Sabre. He left the
Air, Force to pursue a medical
degree at the University of
Florida, followed by a residen-
cy in Orthopaedic Surgery at
Dartmouth. He served as a staff
physician at Geisinger Medical
Center before coming to
Jacksonville in 1989, where he
succeeded the late Marshall
"Horowitz as chairman of the
Orthopaedic Surgery
Department and residencypro-
gram at Shands Jacksonville.

Buddie Leon Prince died
Friday Oct. 27, 2006 after bat--
tling cancer for six years. He
was born on Sept. 28, 1934 in
Weakley County Tennessee to
the parents of Nettie and
Harvey 0. Prince of Dukedom
Tennessee. He served, in the
United States Navy, worked for
,the Greyhound Bus lines and
was an Independent truck driv-

Janet G. Stebbins died
Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2006 at her
home in Jacksonville. She was
the wife of Lloyd Hughes
Stebbins of Jacksonville, and
was formerly married to the,
.late Edward Carol .Pxritch.tt of
C Gaftnvllle MD. ,. '; .',,
r Born, on -Nov. ,QOr 193&8r,in
Baltimore MD, to Charlotte
Fischer Goodrich, and
Marshall Levering Goodrich,
she grew up in Catonsville,
graduated from Catonsville
High School, and Towson
University. She was a teacher
for many years at Arbutus
Elementary School. She later
lived in Columbia, MD,
Portland OR, and ljamsville,
Frederick Co., MD. She also
taught at East Frederick and
South Frederick Elementary
Surviving are her husband
Lloyd Stebbins, her children,
Timothy L. Pritchett with wife
Janet L. Pritchett of Bethlehem

Leaving academic medicine in
2000, he entered the private
practice of Orthopaedics with
his wife, Kathleen Kopach,
He is survived by his wife,
Kathleen Kopach; mother,
Phoebe;, brother, Geoffrey
'(Valerie); daughters, Betsy'
(Michael) Thompson, Leslie
(Gregg) Lagerquist, Kristin, and
Alexis; and five grandchildren.
Visitation will begin at 6
p.m., with the funeral service
at,7:30 p.m., Thursday, in the
Chapel of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home, with Father Ted
Pisarchuk officiating.
Interment to follow at a later,
date in the U.S., Airforce
Academy Cemetery in
Colorado Springs, CO.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
are preferred to the USAF
Academy Association of
Graduates, 3116 Academy
Drive, USAFA,. CO 80840, or,
charity of choice.
Services are under the direc-
tion of Quinn-Shalz .Funeral
Home, 3600 3rd St. S.

He is survived by his sister
Hycinth Smith of Tennessee;
daughter Pam Taylor of
Florida; sons Larry and Terry,
and six grandchildren.
The family will 'have a pri-
vate memorial service in Good
Springs Cemetery in Dresden,
Tennessee at a later date.
Arrangements by 'Quinni-
Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

PA; and Charles G. Pritchett of
Baltimore MD. Also surviving
are her grandsons, Geoffrey
Edward Pritchett, and Marshall
Levering. Pritchett of
Bethlehem PA, and sister
.Charjotte Goodrichl, Jjover
,with. Husband 19lyd Hqpyer; of' ,
.riedericlkMDi-D i
Funeral 'services were held
Friday in Quinn Shalz Funeral
Home with visitation prior to
the service followed by a recep-
tion.. A viewing was held
Tuesday in Loudon Park
Chapel of Irvingtpn,
Baltimore MD, followed by a
graveside service in Loudon
Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made in
her name to the charity of
one's choice.
Arrangmeents by Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

Albertina Williams, 81, died
Oct. 26, 2006. She was born
Aug. 2, 1925, the second
daughter of Josie and Albert
Bell. She was born in
Jacksonville, where she attend-
ed school and worked at the
Ponte Vedra Country Club
until her retirement.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Deacon George
Williams; daughter, Sharon C.

Thompson; stepchildren,
Gregory and Wendolyn
Williams; grandchildren, Cecil
Thompson, Tina Ocasio and
Jermal Herring; beloved sister
Theresa Jacob; nieces, Joanne
Bartley, Joyce Thompson,
Janice McClenton (Ricky);
nephews, Bennie Jackson,
Gregory Thompson, Louis
Pierce, George Pierce; great-
grandchildren and a host of
cousins, family and friends. /
Visitation will be held from
noon to 3 p.m. Friday in
Quinn-Shalz, A Family Funeral
,Home. Funeral services will be
held 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4th
in the Sunrise Community
Church, 298 Aquatic Dr. off of
Atlantic Blvd. with an addi-
tional visitation one hour prior
to the service, with Reverend
Marvin Nash officiating.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
3600 3rd St. S.

Obituary notices are published free of
charge as a community
service. All submissions are subject to edit-
ing. Paid advertising space is available for
more detailed or personalized death notices.

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'ordo 'T. Quint ,,
Feb. 23,1930 -~Nov. 4,2005

Ma sU4r4

If Tears Could Build a Stairway
If tears could build a stairway,
and memories a lane.
I would walk right up to heaven
and bring you back again.
No farewell words were spoken,
No time to say "Goodbye".,
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God Knows why.
My heart still aches with sadness,
and secret tears still flow,
What it. meant to love you-
No one can ever know. .
But now I know you want me
to rnfoutn for you no more;.
To re member all thq happy'lm.
ife still 6as much min store
Since you'll never be forgotten,
I pledge to you today-
A hollowed place within my heart
is where you'll always stay.,

Section 197.122 Florida Statutes provides:
"All Owners of property shall be held to know that taxes are
due and payable annually and are charged %vith the duty of ascertaining
the amount of current and delinquent taxes and paying them before April
1 of the year following the year in which taxes are assessed."
Under Chapter 197.322, notice is hereby given that the 2006
Certified St, Johns County Tax Rolls have been deli vered by the Property
Appraiser to the Tax Collector and are open for collection November 1,
2006. These rolls cover ad valorem tax rolls for Real Estate, Tangible
PersonalProperty, Railroad Properties, and Non-AdValorem Assessment
rolls. .

Alberta "Berta" Grubbs, 80,
of Neptune Beach died
Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006. She
was the wife of Aaron C.
(Connie) Grubbs for the past
65 years.
She retired from the
American National Bank,
where she managed the transit
department for approximately
14 years. In later years, she
helped her husband in their
building and development
business. She was a devoted
wife, mother, always happy
and cheerful, according to
family, and she loved shopping
with her husband. ,
Family members include: her

husband,' Connie Grubbs;
sons, Daryl and Connie Glenn
Grubbs; daughter, Barbara
Grubbs 'Wulty; a granddaugh-
ter; three great-granddaughters
and several ,cousins.
A funeral service will be held
at 2 p.m.; Thursday, Nov. 2nd
in the chapel of Quinn-Shalz,
A Family Funeral Home, 3600.
3rd St. S., Jacksonville Beach
with the Reverend John
Dawson officiating. Interment
will follow in Ponte Vedra
Valley Cemetery, 4750 Palm
Valley Rd., Ponte Vedra.
Arrangements by Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home in
Jacksonville Beach.

Ursula Frieda Johanna
"Joanne" Stockton of Atlantic,
Beach, died Nov.' 1, 2005,, at.
home. She was born in 1924 in
Bremerhaven, Germany. She
soon moved to .nearby
Bremen, where she grew up
during difficult times, graduat-
ing from college there in 1943.
After the war, she was an inter-
preter for US Forces, and immi-
grated to the US in 1949. In
1954 she married A. L. Waldo
Stockton; they were married 50

years before Waldo's death inM
-She is survived by a son,
Rick; grandchildren Tracy,
Andrea, Brantley, and Laura; a
great-grandchild, Pierce; and
her favorite furry child, Bobo.
Small gifts in her memory can
be made to' the Humane
Society or Beaks Bird
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.

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Health Unit'
School of Local Board ,
Elkton Drainage District
St. Augustine Airport Authority
Vilano Street Lighting District
St. Augustine South Lighting District
City of St. Augustine, General
City of St. Augustine Fire Assessment Fee
Town of Hasungs
Hastings Drainage District
FlaglerEsts. & Water Control District
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Sampson Creek CDD
Heritage Park CDD
Lake Beluthahatchee CDD
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Florida Inland Navigation District
Solid Waste Recycle
Solid Waste Disposal
Solid Waste Collection
Julington Creek Plantation CDD
City of St. Augustine Beach
Heritage Landing CDD
St. Johns Forest CDD
World Commerce CDD

Chapter 197.333: All taxes shall be due and payable on November
1 of each year or as soon thereafter as the certified tax roll is received by the
Tax Collector. Taxes shall become delinquent on April 1 following the year
in which they are assessed.
Discounts as provided by law are: 4 percent discount will be al-
lowed for thirty (30) days ending November 30, 3 percent in December; 2
percent in January; and 1 percent in February. The taxes paid in March shall
be without discount. Penalties are effective April 1, 2007. "F.S. 197.162"
Tax research and tax payments may be made on-line at
The Tax Collector's Office hours are: St. Augustine (Main Of-
fice), 4030 Lewis Speedway, 209-2250, 8:30-5:00 Monday through Thurs-
day; 8:30-6:00 on Friday and the last Saturday of each month from 8:30-
12:00. Branch Office hours are 8:30-5:00 Monday through Friday. The
branches are located in Ponte Vedra, 5430 Palm Valley Rd., 285-5092;
Julington Creek, 725 Flora Branch Blvd., 287-2478 and Hastings, 6195 S.
Main St., Suite E, 692-2483
Statements have been mailed to all property owners on November
1, 2006, at their last known address. If you have acquired property since
January 1, .2006 and did not receive a tax bill, please inquire at the Tax
Collector's Office for your tax statement.
Applications for Homestead Tax Deferral, F.S. 197.253, may be
obtained at the Tax Collector's Office. Applications for Solid Waste Collec-
tion & Recycle Exemption may be obtained at the Tax Collector's Office or
Social Services Office at 1955 US 1 South, Suite D9. You must call 209-
6140 to make an appointment for evaluation.

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November 3rd, 4th & 5th

8 AM 1 PM Daily
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The Beaches Museum & History Center will host a Quilts for Kids program on Saturday, Nov. 4.
In conjunction with an ongoing Quilts! exhibition, quilters will be present all day, from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m., to demonstrate their craft. The Beaches Museum & History Center will be open.
Saturday, free of charge, to the public; with tours of Pablo Historical Park offered hourly, 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m., as always. Quilters will demonstrate rotary cutting, machine piecing, hand quilting,,
applique, and paper piecing. Children and adults will have an opportunity to do some hands-on
quilting as well. Younger visitors can participate in quilt scavenger hunts, and do other quilt
crafts. All quilting activities will take place in the new museum facility. For more information,
about this event, call the Beaches Museum & History Center at 241-5657.

Thursday, Nov. 2
' Ocean Beaches Aux: 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'.

Beach's fall exhibition,
Precious Objects, opens Nov' 3
and runs through Dec. 20.
The Cultural Center galleries
are free and open to the public
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday.
The opening reception for
Precious Objects, also free and
open to the public, will be
held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

rid ay, Nov. 3 N". 10. All pieces in the exhi-
bitiori will be available for pur-
Brown Bag Lunch; The chase by holiday shoppers.
GTM Reserve hold its' next
brown bag lunch lecture at Woman's club craft show:
noon 'at I the GTM The Jacksonville Beaches
Environmental Education 'Woman's Club holds
Center..The lecture will be ChristmaShowcase, its 21st
about Little Salt Spring. annual craft show, at their
Participants are invited to club, 1315 2nd Ave. N.,
bring their lunches and ques- through Nov. 5. Times are 4
tions. There is no cost to p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to.
attend the lecture. Brown Bag 4 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m.
Lectures take, place th ,first, to 4 p m. Sunday. The event
.Frida',Tq" pach mqnt'^ 1.te, owill tea -jte ITa'fdctia-eipn s
I GTf 'Reserve Environmefital afroml' 14 'r6l arid'oiT6 oe6lto
Education Center, 505 Guana artisans. Admission and park-
'River Road off A1A South, 17 ing are free. For information,
miles south of Butler visit christmashowcase@bell-
Boulevard or eight miles north south.net.
of Vilano Beach. For informa-
tion, call 904-823-4500. Saturday, Nov. 4

Craft show: The Lakewood
United Methodist Women
snnsonr the' church's 21st

Annual Craft Extravaganza
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. More
than 75 regional crafters will
participate, and all proceeds
will benefit mission projects
around the world. Lakewood
Methodist is at 6133 San Jose
Blvd. Call 733-8477 for infor-
KofC: The Father Murphy
Council of the Knights of
Columbus hosts a Filipino
Dinner from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
at the Knights of Columbus
Hall off Penman Road. The
cost is $10 for adults and $5
for children; tickets may be
purchased at the door: The
event will benefit the Sharon
DiVita medical fund. For infor-
mation, call Norma Scott at
Montessori: More than 150
children and' parents .are
expected to gather in"' The
Courtyard in Neptune Beach
to raise money for the
Montessori Tides Children's
Foundation, Inc. (MTCF), a
not-for-profit organization
that supports the Montessori
Tides School. The children will
model the latest in fall fash-
ions during the event, which
begins at 4 p.m. at The

Courtyard, 200 First Street.
The fashion show, which is
open to the public, will be fol-
lowed by a raffle and bar-
beque. For ticket sales or
information, call the
Montessori Tides School at
Sons of Italy: The Sons of"
Italy Beaches Lodge sponsors
a Yard Sale from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m. at 7 Burling Way,
Jacksonville Beach, to raise
money for scholarships;

Sunday, Nov. 5
National Torch Relay: The
National Torch Relay, spon-
sored by Marriott and benefit-I
ing Children's Miracle
Network, comes td
Jacksonville. A 4.5-mile walk
and 3.S5-mile run starts at 7:45
a.m. at the Fairfield Inn in
Jacksonville Beach and ends
at the Sawgrass Marriott. That
part of the relay is followed
by a 57-mile bike ride to
Daytona. The evert began in
Baltimore and ends in
Hollywood. Anyone can par-
ticipate locally. All funds
raised. here will benefit
Shands Jacksonville and
Wolfson Children's Hospital.
Visit www.torch-relay.org to

Monday, Nov. 6
Get acquainted: A Business
Card Exchange will be held
from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
Alterman & Johnson Family
Chiropractors, 423 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. For infor-
mation or to make a reserva-
tion, call 904-247-3933.

Tuesday, Nov. 7
D.A.R.:' The ,Ponte Vedra
Chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will
meet at at 10:45 a.m. at Marsh
Landing Country Club, 25655
Marsh Landing Parkway. The
speaker will be Margret Sander,
author of "Bad .Time Stories."
For information, call Carolyn
Roth at 904-992-7463 or Babs
Hartmann at 904-242-0025.
Matchmaking: The U.S.
Small Business'AdmlrnitiAfibn
'(SBA)'I Will 'participate' in
Jacksonville's third annual
Business Matchmaking Event
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the
University of North Florida's
University Center, 12000
Alumni Dr., Jacksonville. The
event pairs small businesses
with purchasing agents from
federal, state and local govern-
ment agencies and private cor-

portions. Register by visiting

Nov. 8
Fun with Flowers: Tiffany
Turner from Floriade will pres-
ent' "Autumn in Tuscany" at
the Ribault Garden Club at 11
a.m. The program costs $15
and reservations are needed.
For registration call 221-5191.
Newcomers: Newcomers of
the Beaches, an organization
for women who are new to the
area, meets for lunch at 11
a.m. at the Casa Marina, 691
1st St. N., Jacksonville Beach.
"Florida's Natural Beauty" will
be presented. Cost of the
luncheon is $20, payable by
Nov. 1 to Newcomers of the
Beaches, P.O. Box 2421, Ponte
Vedra Beach, FL 32004.Call

Bonnie Lynch at 904-821-9002
for information.
Man to Man: Man to Man,
the Prostate cancer support
group, meets at 6 p..m. at the
Baptist Medical Center
Beaches, Conference Room A,
Jacksonville Beach. Man to
Man is an education and sup-
port program for people deal-
ing with or interested in learn-
ing about prostate cancer while
providing a forum for survivors
to offer support to those newly
diagnosed. For information,
call 249-0022.
VFW Ladies Auxiliary: The
Ladies Auxiliary 'of Greater
Beaches VFW Post 3270 meets
at 7 p.m. at 915 8th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Members
are encouraged to bring a
guest. For information, call

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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.
Ballroom dancing:
Ballroom dancing is offered at
7:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Senior Center, 281 19th
Avenue S., Jacksonville Beach.
The cost is $4; For informa-
tion, call 241-3796.
Cancer support group: The
Cancer Support Group at
Baptist Medical Center
Beaches meets at 6, p.m. at the
Florida. Cancer Center in
Medical Office Building B on
Sthe hospital campus. Call 247-
2910 for information.
Poker tournament: A poker
tournament is scheduled from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center. Tables, cards, chips,
refreshments and snacks are
provided. The Senior Activity
Center is located at 2004
Forest Avenue and can be
reached by calling 270-1688.
Toastmasters: Toastmasters
of Ponte Vedra meets from
7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. in the
administration building of the
Ponte Vedra Inn and Club.
Coffee is served. For more
information, call Michael
Steele at 904-910-1982 or visit
Yoga at Guana: Yoga classes
are offered at 5:30 p.m. at the
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
(GTM) Environmental
Education Center. Sally and
Spring Saldana, a mother-
daughter team, are the
instructors. The cost is $10 per
class. For information, call

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 but 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.

Kiwaniis Beaches: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaches meets at noon at
Selva Country Club, 1600
Selva Marina, Atlantic Beach.
V i .. s i t
www.beacheskiwanis.com for
information. '

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

Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
Inc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at
St. Paul's Catholic Church's
Family. Life Center, 578 1st
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-3299 for informa-
Senior tennis: Tennis for
seniors is being offered from 9
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
mornings. The league has
home and away matches. Call
Bob Totter at 247-1865 for
information. .

Kittens and cats that have
been veterinarian-checked
and tested,. and that have
shots and been neutered, are
available for adoption from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. at PetCo at
Atlantic and Kernan boule-

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

Harmony Show Chorus:,
The Jacksonville Harmony
Show Chorus meets from 7
p,m. to 10 p.m. at the San Jose
Church of Christ, 6233 San
Jose Blvd., Jacksonville.
Visitors and prospective mem-
bers are welcome. Call 350-
1609 for information.
NAIC: The local NAIC
Investment Club meets at 7
p.m. the fourth Monday of
each month at the Beaches
Library. Visitors are welcome.
Call Dick at 476-4260 for
Beaches Area Toastmasters
Club 2862 meets from 7p.m.
to 8:30 p.m. every Monday
night at the Atlantic Theater
on Atlantic Blvd. All interest-
ed are welcome. Call Cyndi


Rice at 273-2759 for more

Beaches Arts Center: A
beginner watercolor class is
offered from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
and watercolor for all levels is
offered in the evening, as well
as Wednesday and Thursday
mornings. Figure drawing
classes are held from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. The Beaches Arts
Center is at 228 3rd Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. For infor-
mation, call 241-3515.
Foundation Academy: The
Foundation Academy, 107 3rd
St. S., Jacksonville Beach, has
an open house from 9 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. Call 241-3515 for
Railroad Club: The' Beaches
Area Model Railroad 'Club
meets at 7 p.m. and also
Friday at 941 4th St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, behind
Sportsmania. The club is open
to anyone interested in scale
model railroading. For infor-
mation, call Dave Henk at
641-8800 or Richard Paul at
Rollaways: Rollaways
Square pance Club leads mod-
ern western 'square dancing
and offers lessons at
Sandalwood High School. The
dance caller is Ken Miller. For
more information, call 249-
Senior Center: The Palm
Valley Senior Center, 148
Canal Blvd., is open from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. and also on
Thursday. Lunch is served at
noon. Call 280-3233 for lunch
reservations or for informa-
tion on activities. For trans-
portation to lunch, call 280-
3753 between 7:30 a.m. and
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Zac Whitman-Allen takes a break Monday from decorating for Halloween at his parents' home in PonLe Vedra Beach. In his
work as a student at Georgia Tech, the 2002 graduate of Nease High School helped develop a computer to help invalids.

College project offers help for invalids

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Zac Whitman-Allen, 22,
returns to Georgia Institute
of Technology in Atlanta
today after spending a few
days at his parents' home in
Marsh Landing, helping get
the yard ready for trick-or-
Every year for the past 14
Halloweens, he has helped
transform the St. Andrews
Court home to one that
attracts up to 500 trick-or-
treaters, many of whom con-
tribute to charities for foster
children during their visit.
Away from home, the
Nease High School graduate
has been doing another kind'
of tinkering, one that may
help the elderly, the infirm
and their caregivers.
The following question-
and-answer session took
place Monday during a break
in decorating:
What year did you gradu-.
ate from Nease?
And since then you've
been at Georgia Tech,
Your major is, what?
Electrical engineering.
You had a job .
Explain how that works
with your studies.
I participated in Georgia ,.
Tech's co-op program. .-. I
started working for Rohm'
Electronics, and for them, I
go in every other semester
and work normal 40-hour
weeks and get experience in
the electric engineering field.
Next semester is my final

course loaa.
What does Rohm do?
They are a semiconductor
manufacturer, based in
Kyoto, Japan.
Do you think that your
education at Nease pre-
pared you for this?
Education, yes. Preparing
me for course load and how
-to prepare as well .Fm
sure IB [International '
Baccalaureate] would have
made me better prepared for
how to handle college class-
es .... Actually having to
put forth effort every day to
stay on top of classes.
I understand you might
be offered a couple jobs:
one with Rohm and one
relating to your senior proj-
What can you tell me
about your senior project?
For double E [electrical
engineering] your final year
you take senior design from
whatever professor you're
assigned to. My project
dealt specifically with mak-
ing a computer to assist peo-
ple that are restricted to bed

This computer can control
lights, AC, can answer phone
calls, you can send video e-
mail, watch TV, listen to the
radio, everything from the
computer, all through voice
activation. So older people
who might not really under-
stand how to use a computer
can just say what they want,
and it does it.
And is it built into a hos-
pital bed, or a chair ...?

ten unaerneathn mthe beu.
There is another computer
that goes along with it that
is for hospital use, that also
monitors people falling out
of the bed, or can send calls
to the nurse constant
monitoring of wet sheets or
bed sores or anything that
the patient might need.
' The bed itself has sensors
built into it to monitor'the
patient's position. If there
are any sores that are open,
it'll detect that automatical-
It'll watch for tracking on
the floor, so if the patient
steps off and walks around,
it will track that. Every
patient will have an RFID tag
so they can be found any-
where in the hospital.
RFID. Is that like a GPS
Right. Radio Frequency
Identification .... The main
thing the hospital side was
working on is if a person
falls over, they'll be able to
detect that since falls in hos-
pitals are a very big problem.
That was the main purpose
of the hospital side of the
How did you come up
with the project?

The professor I had .. is
geared toward the medical
engineering side of electrical
engineering, so we took one
of his projects he already
had in development and
continued working on it.
I understand that what-
ever company is interested
in that said, 'I want the
team that developed that,'

I here's a company danu a
couple hospitals that are
interested in the project, and
supposedly the company
would be hiring the main
group that worked on the
project, which included
myself and three others.
And can you say what
the name of that company
is?: .
No: I can't say.
Is there a patent pend-
There's already proof of
concept patents so the
idea is already reserved.
When will you be gradu-
May 2007.
Do you have any prefer-
ence about what work you
want to do?
No real preference at the
moment.... I may be going
to Japan for a few months.
With Rohm?
Well, just to see the coun-
try, but additionally, maybe
with Rohm if I get that job
offer .. '
IfTdo take the job from
my senior design. I'd stay
in Atlanta to research it, but
if'I take a job from my co-op
company, I'd be in one of
four places . One of the
positions is working in Japan
half the year and the U.S.
half the year.
Do you like the sound of
Um-hmm. That's probably
the job I'm really hoping for.
And how is your
It's coming along.

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'Precious Objects' opens Nov. 10

at Ponte Vedra Cultural Center

The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra will open its
winter exhibition, "Precious
Objects," on Friday, Nov. 10.
The exhibit will run until
Dec. 20 at 50 Executive Way.
The Cultural Center gal-
leries are free and open to
the public. Gallery hours are
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Saturday.
Artists who will be fea-
tured include: Enzo
Torcoletti, sculpture;
Gretchen Ebersol, mixed
media; Wendy Tatter, batik;'
Inez Nickmans, furniture;
Gail Prevatt, ceramic;

Thomas Long, glass and
Deane Kellogg, birdhouses.,
The exhibit will also
include jewelry, paintings;
functional ceramics, sculp-
ture in wood, clay, stone,
glass, photographs., and gar-
den art.
A reception honoring the
invited artists will be held
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m on
Nov. 10 and is free and open
to the public.
A free lecture by Enzo
Torcoletti will be held on
Saturday, Dec. 2. For more
details, call 280-0614 or visit

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A tlantic Beach resident
Stephen Kuti has a sim-
ple reason ihy he likes
to cook: He likes to eat.
Kuti grew up in Hungary
surrounded by at least 10
good cooks. His mother and
his father's nine sisters were
all excellent cooks, and Kuti
said he learned abput cooking
by watching them in the
Kuti left Hungary in 1956,
following the revolt against
the Communist government
After he arrived in the *
United States, he settled in
East Orange, N.J. He and four
other young Hungarian men,
all learning English and trying
to build a new life, shared a
house there.
"I was the only one who
knew how to cook. They paid
and I cooked and they did the
dishes," he recalled.
"They thought it was good."
Kuti eventually settled in


Harrisburg, Pa. He and his
wife, Doris, have been married
for more than 40 years. The
couple came to northeast
Florida 11 years ago after Kuti
retired from the Harsco Corp.,
where he was the director of
Kuti is active locally and is a
member of the Citizens on
Patrol (COPS) in Jacksonville
Recently, he and other
members of the group cooked
for about 70 police officers..
attending basic SWAT school
at Camp Blanding..
At home, the Kutis have, in
their own words, "an interna-
tional kitchen."
The couple likes to invite
their friends for dinner, with
each making some of their

favorite dishes for their guests,
Doris Kuti's family was orig-
inally from Germany and she
cooks many German special-
ties to serve along with her
husband's Hungarian food.
Kuti returns to Hungary
yearly to stock up on
Hungarian seasonings and
ingredients. Paprika, which is
the Hungarian word for pep-
per, is the seasoning most
often associated with
Hungarian food.
True Hungarian paprika is
more flavorful but is riot avail-
able in the United States, said
Kuti. It is made by grinding
only the meat)' part of the
pepper and never the skin.
Marjoram and ground car-
away seeds are two other pop-
ular seasonings.
Hungarian cooking reflects
the country's unique history,
he said. The people who set-
tled in Hungary centuries ago
were horsemen who came
from the east. Hungarian food
is generally spicy and meat is
cooked well done never rare.

Recipes for Hungarian dish-
es often call for a dominant
seasoning, often paprika, with
others added for underlying
flavor. The timing for adding
the seasonings is important. If
the seasonings are added at
the appropriate time, the fla-
vor from the seasonings will
enhance and stay with the
Chicken Paprikas and
Hungarian Gulash are two
classic Hungarian dishes sea-
soned with paprika, caraway
seeds, and marjoram.
For both dishes, Kuti sautes
onion and then cooks it grad-
ually in a small amount of
water. After the water evapo-
rates, the fibers of the onion
are broken down which Kuti
said results in a better finished
To go with the gulash or
other dishes with sauce, Doris
Kuti makes egg barley cooked
in chicken broth until golden.
For Gypsy Roast, Stephen

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Doris and Stephen Kuti of Atlantic Beach tell their friends "jo
etvagyat," whichis "boh appetite" in Hungarian.

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S.Engag a eeme lts

Lori Ann Feeley and Edward Quasky


Mary Kathleen Blizzard of
Jacksonville Beach and Joshua
Michael East of Jacksonville
have announced their engage-
ment to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mary Ann Howell of
Jackson-ille Beach. She is a
graduate of Fletcher High
School and is employed by
Assist To Sell.

Patricia Bradshaw and Richard McGavock

Patricia Bradshaw and
Richard McGavock Jr., both of
Atlantic Beach, have
announced their engagement
to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Susan Miller of St.
Augustine ,. and .Dg
Bruadsh % ,ofN ,,tlantj, ,Bpac.
She is' a graduate of Fefciher
High School and is employed
as a realtor by Watson Realty


Betty Griffin House offers
24/7 advocacy to persons aged
18 and older that have been
sexually assaulted in St. Johns
Volunteer advocates are
needed on call rotation and
meet sexual assault victims at
Flagler- Hospital in the new
Sexual Assault Forensic Exam
and Advocacy Unit. The advo-
cate supports the victim, advis-
es them of services and answers
any questions they may have
about the whole process.
State-certified training is
offered free of charge and con-
sists of 15 hours of self study)
and 15 hours of class time.
Monthly advocate meetings
are required. To volunteer one
or more days a month, call
Kelly Ballantine at 904-808-
8544 .
Volunteer Opportunities at
Mayo. Clinic,

Corp. She is also a paralegal.
The groom-elect is the sonr of
Richard and Christine
McGavock of Columbia, Mo.
He is a graduate of Indian Hills
College and is employed by
Safetran Systems as a applica-
tions 'I-,w e rr, n.?
Nov. 11, 2006, at the
Jacksonville Beach \Woman's

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
the opportunities, call the
Volunteer Services department
at 296-3722 or send an e-mail
to volunteersmncj@Tnayo.edu.
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The Literacy Program at
the Women's Center of
Jacksonville is seeking volun-
The all-volunteer 'group,
which has been in existence for
over two years, serves about
100 women a year and is hop-.
ing to grow. Volunteer posi-
tions are available in, group's
Rape Recovery Program.
The Women's Center of
Jacksonville is at 5644 Colcord
Ave. Call 722-3000 for more

U.S. Rep Ander Crenshaw of Jacksonville was the guest speak-
er at the October dinner meeting ot the Mayport Council of the
Navy League of the U.S. The meeting was held at Ocean
Breeze Conference Center at Mayport Naval Station. Shown
with Crenshaw are Dave Van Saun (left) past president of the
Mayport Council, and current president Rick Hoffman.


Onejax has named philan-
thropist and hotelier, Henri
Landwirth, as a President's
Citation Honoree this year.
Landwirth will be the sec-
ond individual ever to receive
this award, intended to honor
those who give back to the
community generously and
extensively after moving to
Northeast Florida.
Landwi rth, a survivor of the
Holocaust, is the founder of
Jacksonville-based Dignity U
Wear, a nonprofit organization
that provides brand new
clothing to women, children

and families in need through-
out the country. He is also
known for creating Give Kids
the World, a resort village for
children with life threatening
illnesses and their families in
MaliVai Washington will be
honored with the Acosta-Rua
Young Professionals Award.
Washington, a former tennis
professional and Wimbledon
finalist, is founder of the
MaliVai Washington Kids
foundation, which serves the
lives of more than 14,000
youth in Northeast Florida.

The groom-elect is tl
Tammy and Steven
Jacksonville. He is a gri
Sandalwood High Sch
is employed by Ban
The couple plan to
p.m. Nov. 5., at the
Breeze Conference C
Mayport Naval Station

Lori Ann Feelev and Edward
Quasky, both of St. Augustine,
have announced their engage-'
ment to be married.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Lora Feeley of St'
he son of Augustine and Thomas Feelev
e son of of Orlando. She is a graduate of
East of Fairfield tConn.) Universitv
ioo and with a degree in marketing and
l ano is employed a as a singer/song-
c Group wrTiter.
The groom-elect is the son of
d'~ 2

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enter at

Shirley Lee of Atlantic Beach,
Robert Lee of Laurel, Md., and
the.late Edward F. Quasky of
He is a graduate of
Jacksonville State -(Ala.)
University with a degree in
business management and is
employed as a realtor with
. The couple plan' to wed May
19', 2007, at the Cathedral-
Basilica of St. Augustine.

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Andrew Worman and Joshua Cills hold on to their hats last week at the annual fall festival at Accotink Academy By the Sea on
Canal Boulevard. The event, which features a costume parade in the morning, followed by parties in each classroom and time on
carnival-like rides outside, was held Thursday and Friday to accommodate preschoolers who don't attend every day.


Cadets honor Marine
Six cadets from the Nease
Naval Reserve Officer Training
Corps unit, wearing their dress
uniforms, and NJROTC
instructor Duane "Gunny"
Hanson represented Nease last
week when the body of a for-
mer Nease cadet arrived at the
Jacksomnille airport.
Marine Cpl. Joshua C.
Watkins, 25, a 1999 graduate
of Nease, was killed in action
Oct. 21 during his second tour
in Iraq.
'We thought it would be
fitting for Gunny (since he is
the Marine on staff) and six of
our cadets to be at the ait-
ort when .the. body arrived to
o, ,,9i,-iap ,4p.irt j Qn,,(E his.
scrifice and to console the
family, if possible,' said Capt.
Robert Young, head of the
Nease NJROTC unit, said in an
e-mail to Nease parents.
In' the e-mail, the regular
Friday notes from Principal
Linda Thomas, Thomas said,
"The presence of our instructor
and cadets was a visible repre-
sentation of our respect and
great sadness."
See story, A-1.
'Nease hosts college fair
Nease High School. will .be
the setting for this vear's.annur -
al college night and career
night presented by the St.
Johns County School District.
The event will'be held 6:30
p,m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
9, in the school gymnasium.
All high school students and
their parents are encouraged to
College and career night pro-
%ides an opportunity for St.
Johns County high school stu-
dents to receive firsthand
information on post-secondary
'educational opportunities.
Representatives from more'
than 60 colleges, universities,
community colleges, armed
services and trade schools will
be participating in this event.
Information on
financial/scholarship services
will also be available.
The program is open to stu-
dents from both public and
private schools and should be
of special interest to juniors
and seniors.
"This is a great event where

prli, a by LESLIE MO'RRIS
Tanya Hamel, right, poses with her class of 3-year-olds last week during fall festival activities at
Accotink Academy By the Sea in Ponte Vedra. At left his Hamel's assistant, Miss Kelly, dressed
as Cinderella.

high school students can begin
preparing for their future by.
exploring college and career
opportunities," said Jay Steele,
director for career education
and event coordinator.

Party benefits Landrum
More than $5,000 for
Landrum Middle School was
raised last month at the second
annual "Rock the Night Away"
party at Ponte, Vedra Golf and'
Country Club.

How suite it is
Families from Landrum
Middle School will be able to''
get tickets for $12 each to a
Jan. 12 concert, "How Suits It
Is," performed 'by the
Jacksonville Symphony
"Landrum Night" at the
symphony will feature Bach,
Debussy, Tchaikovsky and
Bizet. ; : .
It is part of the Discovery
Series designed to introduce
young people to the sympho-
ny through the conductor's
explanation of each piece.
Details will be available later
this month.


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A clean break from a, bad
marriage is actually better for
the couple's school-age daugh-
ters than a troubled union, a
new University of Florida
study finds.
Contrary to the expectation
that marriage is always good
for children while divorce is
bad, the study found that the
schoolwork of girls whose par-
ents split up is better than that
of girls who live with a mom
and dad who don't get along,
said Mark Hoekstra, who did
the research for his doctoral
dissertation in economics at
"There is no question, as I
and other researchers find, that
boys and girls from two-parent
intact families perform better
academically than boys and
girls whose parents divorced,"
Hoekstra said. "But I was sur-
prised to learn that girls whose-
parents divorced do better in
school than girls from similar-
Iy troubled families whose par-
ents went to the brink of
divorce but remained married."
In the study, girls between
first- and lO0th-grades whose
parents divorced scored an
average of slightly more than
eight points higher on stan-
dardized reading and mathe-
matics tests than girls whose
parents filed for divorce but
later requested the case be dis-
missed. These differences per-'
sisted four years after the
divorce, he said.
No academic differences
were found for boys, although
they did experience a short-
term increase in disciplinary
problems immediately after
divorce that did not last
beyond three years, said
Hoekstra, who is now an eco-
nomics professor at the
University of Pittsburgh.
One possible reason girls in
.'jafrilies with troibld'4 itnb'-
riages are more likel.to' V.li0
ence academic problems is that
they may be more adversely
affected by conflict, he said.
The opportunity for girls to
have a closer relationship with
their mothers when parents
divorce may also explain their
,stronger academic peiform-
ance, Hoekstra said. "Since in
most cases mothers have pri-'
mary custody, there may be a
mother-daughter bond that
forms as a result of a divorce
that daughters respond to in a
positive way compared to what
would have happened if the
parents had remained mar-
ried," he said.
The results have' important
implications for divorce reform
initiatives that have gained

popularity recently because of
concerns. about the effects of
divorce on children, Hoekstra
said. Since 1996 at least eight
states have considered legisla-
tioni that would make it more
difficult. for parents to. end
their marriage by limiting
grounds for divorce and requir-
ing pre-divorce counseling, he
"My' research suggests that
policy-makers ought to be less
concerned with whether or not
parents legally dissolve their
marriages and more concerned
with helping them overcome
the types of problems that
cause them to contemplate
divorce in the first place,"
Hoekstra said. "Unless the
intervention can resolve the
issues that got the family to
the point of considering
divorce, it will result in consid-
erably lower academic achieve-.
ment for the daughters
Discipline is the issue with
boys, Hoekstra said. "There has
been some research suggesting
that when boys lack a male
role model in the home, which
often happens after a divorce,
they may be more affected
than their sisters and act up,
but my. study shows that the
effects are riot permanent," he
said. '
In Alachua County, Florida,
Hoekstra studied detailed stu-
dent records-on behavior and
standardized test scores, as well
as divorce records, from 1993
to 2003. By matching divorce
records to student records, he
was able to identify 690 stu-
dents whose parents divorced
and 111 students whose par-
ents filed for divorce but later
withdrew from the process.
"The typical approach used
by other studies is to compare
children whose parents
divorced to children in tradi-
tional two-parent families," he
said. "The problem is that it's
hard to 'control- forth fdiffet- :
. enices-between these two types'
of families to ensure that
you're not picking up all the.
things that cause the parents
to divorce rather than the
effect of the divorce itself."
The'increased incidence of
divorce in American families is
one of the most significant
social trends of the 20th centih-
ry, as more than 1 million chil-
dren experience divorce every
year, Hoekstra said.
The number of divorces per
1,000 married women 15 and
older more than doubled from
9.2: in 1960 to 19.5 in 1996,
and demographers project that
if current rates continue, about
50 percent of recent first mar-
riages will end in divorce, he

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Michael Hilbert carries a pumpkin"he selected from the
Accotink Academy pumpkin patch during last week's fall fes-


offer Drop-In Fridays Theatre
Games on Friday afternoon
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Kids, ages 7-12 years will be
able to let their imagination
run wild during the high ener-
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a waiver for kids to participate.
Donations only, suggested
amount $5. ArtLife is located
at 510 Mayport Rd, Atlantic
Beach, just off Atlantic Blvd,
two blocks north of Skatelab,
at 5th Street. For information,
call 247-8337.
Kindermusik and playday
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birth to age 7. For
Kindermusik, a music arid
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ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
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includes parachute play, climb-
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Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is free. Call 249-3828
for information.

of the Jacksonville Public
Library, 600 Third St., Neptune
Beach also has children's activ-
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for children's activities and 5
for the reference desk.

CENTER, 738 Fourth Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach, has many
activities for kids, including
karate, tutoring and games.

Fletcher Liebowitz flexes his Superman muscles last week at
the Accotink Academy fall festival, an annual event'at the school
for preschoolers through first-graders.

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"First, we evaluate a new guest's hair and skin by ask-
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November L 2'00

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John Thomas

earns kudos

for his piano

playing at

the Beaches

Veteran broadcaster

cited for arts contribution

John Thomas has 50-plus years of musical
experience and displays his piano wizardry
at Shelby's Coffee Shop in Neptune Beach
every Sunday. It's a gig the 72-year-old has
had for five-plus years.
".All these years you learn songs, you
learn styles," said Thomas, who will be rec-
ognized this week for his musical stylings.
"He's absolutely the best keyboardist in
Florida," regular listener Mary MacEnulty of
Jacksonville Beach said at Shelby's, where
Thomas performs.Sundays from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Jazz Hall of Famer Teddy Washington
agrees with MfacEnulty.
When Washington brings the second
annual Jacksonville Follies Awards to the
Florida Theatre Thursday, his list of 14 hon-
orees includes Thomas, who has lived at the
Beach two different times. His first stay was
for three years in the 1970s, the second, and
current, run that began nine years ago.
"It's been a grand experience," said
Thomas, a native of Wilmington, N.C.
"I sort of hinted to Shelby, when she
moved into this new facility, 'You really
need some music in that place. You need a
piano.' I think that sparked the germ of an
idea in her mind."
"This December will be our sixth year
here," said Thomas, who added he consid-
ers himself a broadcaster first, then a musi-
"Broadcasting has always been my forte,"
said Thomas. "I started in radio when I was
a sophomore in high school, doing a
teenage radio show in my little home-
Thomas' broadcasting career included
time at Channel 4 VWJXT and he went to
Tallahassee in 1983, where he covered the
legislature for Florida's Public Broadcasting
Network. He returned to the Beaches in
1997 in "sort of a semi-retirement."
Thomas said he started playing the piano
when he was 17.
"In high school I was in the mixed cho-
rus, didn't know a piano from an oboe -
and really didn't care. But I'd watch our
director play as he was accompanying us.
S One day, as brash 17-year-olds will do, I
said, "I think I can do that.' And sure
enough, I found I had some kind of ability
that had come to me from somewhere."
From that point forward, Thomas taught
himself. The piano he started with was in a
small church two blocks from his home.
"I'd get off the school bus every after-'
noon and make a beeline for that church.
I'd sit there and try to learn to play that
piano. My mother would drag me out at 8
p.m. to get my homework done.
"My really formal training was by myself
in that little church. It's a matter. I think, of
I've been blessed with a good ear."
Thomas spent his early days in radio
spinrung records.
"I was listening to all the greats: Sinatra,
the Basie Band, the Ellington Band. All
these things seem to have become

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John Thomas, one of 14 recipients of this year's Jacksonville Follies Achievement
Awards, to be given tomorrow at the Florida Theatre, plays the grand piano at
Shelby's Coffee Shop in Neptune Beach.

ingrained in me. It's what they call music
from the Great American Songbook."
Thomas has never really considered him-
self a career musician "because I've never
relied on it as fulltime employment. It's
been more or less a fun thing, and fortu-
nately a thing that you could earn some
additional income from.
"And so I've done it, in a professional
sense, in that regard. But it's always been in
the background, in the shadow of the
broadcasting career and effort."
Thomas started playing by himself, then
added a bass player and drummer.
"We started the small combo stuff, and all
of a sudden there's a demand for that kind
of music at parties and weddings and
club work, once I became a little more
accomplished. It just sort of snowballed
from there."
Thomas praised Washington for his
awards program.
"He started this with a deep interest in
recognizing people who have been in the
area a long time and, in his eye, have made

a major contribution in terms of music and
performances. Fortunately, he called me
and said, 'We want to include you in this
The Jacksonville Follies is an evening of
performances primarily by the honorees.
"They'll have a full-sized dance band for
accompanying vocalists who are named
honorees," said Thomas. "I'll play a couple
selections with drums, bass and guitar
accompanying me."
As to the others who are being honored,
Thomas said "They put a lot of work and
time and talent into it, and this is a way of
giving them some recognition.
"Normally the recognition they get is the
three hours on a Friday or Saturday night,
then they fade back into the woodwork.
This is something that throws the spotlight
on those who have donated, in a contribu-
tory way, to the community.
"The applause they receive at the end of
those evenings is very gratifying, it's irre-

Jacksonville Follies Awards
Thursday at 7 p.m.
Jazz musician Teddy Washington will host the Second Annual Jacksonville Follies
Awards Show at the Florida Theatre.
The show highlights "Jacksonville's Unsung Heroes of Entertainment and Arts
"The awards are intended to give thanks to those who have dedicated their lives to
the arts, and to expose area children to a night of big band musical entertainment,"
.organizers said.
Washington and his 16-piece band, The Point After, will perform. During the show
Washington will honor 14 award recipients with the Jacksonville Follies Life
Achievement Awards for their positive influences and contributions to the arts.
General admission tickets are $27.50 and VIP tickets are $40. VIP tickets entitle
bearer access to the pre-show artist's reception, silent auction and the post event party
that will be announced during the reception.
Tickets are available at www.jacksonvillefollies.com or by contacting the Florida
Theatre box office at 355-2787.

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Cooking: Kuti's Hungarian Gulash, Gypsy Roast

Contd. from .4-8
Kuti flavors pork loin with
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paprika. The roast is served
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slices of boiled potatoes.
Palacsinta or Crepe Suzettes
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Chicken Paprikas

12 chicken thighs or 6
boneless chicken breasts
2 medium onions,
chopped fine
2 cloves of garlic, chopped
one-half red pepper, diced
1 tomato, diced
I tsp. caraway seed,
ground or crushed if you
1 tsp. marjoram
one-half tsp. crushed hot
'1 T salt
one-half T black pepper
2 T Hungarian paprika
three-quarters cup sour
2 T flour
one-quarter stick mar-
3 oz. water

Saute onions and garlic in
margarine until yellowish in
color. Add one and one-half
oz. Water and boil until water
is nearly evaporated. Repeat
with remaining water and,
boil until evaporated.
Add paprika, salt, black
pepper, marjoram; mix for 1
minute to develop reddish

Add chicken and saute until
meat is no longer pinkish.
Add red pepper and diced
tomato; simmer until meat is
In a cup add 2 oz. water
and 2 T flour and mix it with
a blender. Add the sour
cream, blend and pour on the
-chicken and mix. Bring to a
slow boil and simmer for 4
Serve with rice or noodles.
Makes 4 servings.

Gypsy Roast

1 lb. pork loin (sliced five-
eighths inch thick)
3 oz. bacon (sliced 2 inch-
es long and one-half inch
4 cloves of garlic
(chopped or pressed)
2 T olive oil
I medium onion, sliced
salt, pepper, paprika

Season sliced meat with
salt, pepper, and paprika.
With a sharp pointy knife
randomly spear the meat and
stick the bacon into the
Select a large enough bak-
ing dish (porcelain or metal)
and brush the bottom with
olive oil.
Lay the meat with the
bacon side up and brush the
chopped garlic on the meat.
(Pre-mix the garlic with olive
oil for better distribution.)
Bake in the oven at 325
degrees until the meat is
done. Serve with mashed or
sliced boiled potatoes.

Hungarian Gulash
3 lbs. boneless chuck or
pork shoulder
2 onions
2 cloves of garlic

1 medium green pepper
I tomato
I tsp. caraway (seed or
one-half tsp. marjoram
1 T salt
1 tsp. black pepper
1 T Hungarian paprika
2 oz. olive oil
3 oz. water

Dice onions into one-quar-
ter inch cubes and dice garlic,
into one-eighth inch pieces.
Pour olive oil into a 3 quart
pot and pre-heat the oil. Add
chopped onion and saute
until yellowish in color. Pour
1 oz. of water over the onion
and turn up heat to cook
down the water. Repeat two
more times. Turn down heat
and add crushed garlic and
paprika and mix for a minute
to develop red color.
Dice meat to 1 inch pieces,
rinse with water, and add to
onions. Turn heat to medium
and stir until the meat is no
longer pink. Add diced green
pepper, diced tomato, black
pepper, and salt. Cover pot
and simmer until nearly
Add marjoram and ground
caraway (called aromatic sea-
sonings). To make it spicy,
add one-half tsp. crushed pep-
Continue to cook (simmer)
until the meat is tender. Serve
over noodles, rice, or quar-
tered potatoes.
Makes 4 servings.

Egg Barley
2 medium onions, minced
salt and black pepper
chicken stock
1 package of egg barley
pasta (look in the kosher
food section)

Saute the minced onions in
butter. Add the egg barley
pasta and keep stirring. Add
salt and pepper and cook and
stir until golden brown.
Cover with chicken stock,
bring to a boil and lower the
heat. Keep stirring until com-
pletely dry and the egg barley
separates, about 30 to 45 min-
utes. Sprinkle with dried pars-
ley. Serve with any dish that
has sauce.

Palacsinta (Crepe
2 eggs
three-quarters cup all pur-
pose flour
one and one-half cups
milk, or half milk and half
club soda
1 tsp. oil
one-quarter tsp. salt

Using an electric mixer,
beat eggs, add flour and 1 cup
of liquid. Mix thoroughly.
Add one-half cup liquid ifor
very thin palacsinta. Add oil
and fry immediately.
To fry, heat a quarter tsp.
oil in the crepe pan on medi-
um heat. Swirl to cover the
bottom of the pan. Heat the
oil and add a quarter cup of
batter. Swirl to cover the rest
of the pan. When the top
begins to dry, loosen the
palacsinta with a spatula and
turn over. The underside
should be golden brown in 8
to 10 seconds. Remove from
Fillings: Smear 2 T jam or
ground poppyseed and honey
mixture into each palacsinta.
Roll and stack in an oven-
proof dish, while the rest are
frying. When all are done,
reheat in the microwave for 2

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Stachitais on target in Panthers rout
wi 0 .t.e ou

Nease High quarterback Ted Stachitas is a threat on the ground, as pictured here against Bolles
in the Panthers' preseason kickoff classic, and through the air as he proved in last Friday night's
49-0 road victory over Middleburg. The Panthers are a win away from a perfect regular season.


Ted Stachitas may not be the
area's passing leader, but he's
definitely one of the area's
most efficient ones.
Heading into Friday's regu-
lar-season finale with Bartram
Trail High, the Nease High jun-
ior has completed 64 percent
of his passes this season with
only three interceptions in 134
passing attempts.
Last Friday against district
rival Middleburg, Stachitas
logged a nearly perfect passing
outing, going 12 of 15 for 197
yards and four touchdowns in
a 49-0 victory on the road.
Two of his three incomple-
tions were dropped balls. His
third was a tipped ball that
Middleburg's Travis
McLaughlin intercepted.
"The incompletions were
underthrown balls and on the
interception the defense made
a great play and tipped it,"
Stachitas explained after the
win, which raised Nease's
record to 9-0 and 4-0 in
District 5-4A.
"Whether I throw two passes
or 50, I want to be 100 percent
all the time. I almost had it
tonight, but I threw a couple of
bad passes."
Stachitas should not be so
He completed his first 10
passes for the game, before
McLaughlin tipped and recov-
ered a first-down pass intended
for tight end Chris Briggs.
On Nease's next possession,
Stachitas hit receiver Quinton
Huggins in the hands at the
goal line, but the pass was
On third-and-20, Huggins
also dropped a Stachitas pass in
the end zone.
On the next play, Stachitas
scrambled right, then left and
found receiver Christian
Denrns (five receptions, 106
yards) in the left corner of the
end zone for a 20-yard TD pass
on fourth down.
Dennis' TD was Nease's
fourth scoring strike of the first
half. Stachitas also connected
on TD throws of 29, 36 and 7
yards to Graham Bates,
Huggins and Collins Lee,

"He started out 10-for-lO and
threw touchdowns to all four
starting wide receivers," said
Nease head coach Craig
Howard after the game.
"He was so mad [when he
threw the interception]. He
had a nice read on it, but the
kid from Middleburg made a
great play."


- 6.

Whether I throw two
passes or 50, I want to
be 100 percent all the
time. I almost had it
tonight, but I threw a
couple of lbad passes.

Ted Stachitas
Panthers quarterback

Through nine games,
Stachitas is 86 of 134 passing
for 1,263 yards and 18 TDs.
Before Friday, he hadn't thrown
an interception since Sept. 15
against Fleming Island. He also
threw a pick in a Sept. 8 road
win at Sanford Seminole.
That pass was also tipped.
Nease did not attempt a pass
in the second half against
Middleburg (2-7, 0-4).
"And we knew we.wouldn't,"
added Howard, whose district
championship team is shoot-
ing for the school's first 10-0
season since 1992.
"I wanted our guys to get an
opportunity to catch the ball in
the first half and ice the game.
Sometimes we come out run-


University of Florida freshman quarterback Tim Tebow, left, tries to elude the tackle of Georgia's Paul Oliver during first quarter action last Saturday at
AlItel Stadium. Beaches-area college football fans hoping to see Tebow, who guided Nease High to a state championship last year, and former
Fletcher High star Kyle Jackson in action at the annual Georgia-Florida game caught only fleeting glimpses of the players. Story on page B-3.

ning all the time. You want to
keep your opponent guessing."
Nease poured on the points
in the second half, beginning
with a 30-yard interception
return for a score by senior
Jason Grant to open the third
quarter. The pick was Grant's
seventh of the season and third
taken to the house.
Freshman slotback Chris
Johnson added a twisting 19-
yard TD run midway through
the third quarter and sernor
Zach Tronti capped the scoring
on a 7-yard blast with 4:10 to
play in the fourth.
Tronti rushed for 101 yards
on 14 carries and eclipsed the
1,000-yard mark for the season.
He also caught two passes for
54 yards and threw a 42-yard
pass to Dennis to open the
game. .
Stachitas completed passes to
sLx different receivers and
rushed for 24 second-half
Nease's defense held the host
Broncos to 15 first-half yards
and 77 passing yards for the
game. Middleburg's longest
play from scrimmage was a 19-
yard hook-and-ladder to end
the first half.
"We knew we could come
out and throw it around on
them," added Stachitas, who is
also Nease's second-leading
rusher with 565 yards and
eight TDs.
"The receivers made great
catches and the O-line made
great blocks. The passes were
there all night. In the second
half, we wanted to run the ball
and get Tronti his 1,000 yards."
Now, Nease turns its atten-
tion to county rival Bartram,
which also sports a run-and-
gun quarterback, a topline
defense and back-to-back dis-
trict titles, just like the
Nease beat Bartram 7-6 in
2005. The Bears (8-1, 4-01 are
bidding for the school's first 9-
1 regular season. Both teams
are at home next week for the
first round of the state playoffs.
"They have a lot of confi-
dence and so do we," added
Stachitas, who sat out last
year's game with an injury.
"It'll be a great matchup. We
want to go 10-0. That's what
we're going to try for."



in state


Nease High's girls volleyball
team finally overcame
Orlando's Bishop Moore for
the first time in four years -
to advance to the quarterfinal
round of the state playoffs.
The Panthers' 24-26, 25-20,
25-16, 25-23 victory means
Nease will host Thursday
night's regional final against
Groveland South Lake begin-
ning at 7 p.m. At i.take is a
berth is the state's final four.
Meghan Sherman led the
Panthers with 46 assists, 21
points, five kills, 12 digs and
three blocks. Paige DePriest
added 14 points, 13 kills and
13 digs for Nease (23-6).
Middle blocker Christina
Vergo had a season-high 15
kills, while Laura Phillips
helped seal the win with 10
Freshman Wesley-Ann
Barden added 11 points and
10 digs Tara Carrigan con-
tributed with 20 points and
six kills, while Cierra Pillsbury
chipped in with 17 points and
20 digs. '
Defeating the Hprnets on
their home court was particu-
larly satisfying for Nease
which had been eliminated
from postseason play by
Bishop Moore three straight
times. Perhaps the most heart-
breaking loss came in last
year's regional final where the
Hornets prevailed in four close
If the Panthers win
Thursday, it will mark the sec-

ond time the program has
advanced past the regional
playoffs and into the final

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Nassau Sound leaves fishermen smiling

Mark usually used live shrimp D.C., spent last Friday in his -
fauni LC.. Jnr- IUL .-i, LL I f

r -ne pompano nsnermen
S were. all smiles last week as
L they returned from
Nassau Sound. The first good
bite had anglers anchored all
along the mouth of the Sound.
Good catches of sheepshead
came off the jetties when the
weather permitted. Flounder
and trout to four pounds are
coming out of the feeder creeks.
Captains David King and
Mike Morris on the "Crusty
Crab" probably had the Week's
most impressive pompano
catches. On Wednesday and
Sunday, these veteran anglers
filled.their coolers with pom-
pano weighing up to three
pounds and big whiting from
Nassau Sound.
On Tuesday, Mike and David
tried the jetties and pulled up
22 big, fat sheepshead.
The "Early Times" was also
spotted at Nassau Sound last
week. Captains Butch Garvin,
Dennis Young and Rick and
Jack Ryals were using clams for

bait and caught 20 pompano
weighing up to four pounds, as
well as a dozen whiting.
Austin Ryan reports that the
trout fishing has been good from
the Indian Woods Bridge. If the,
tide has started out when he gets
home from school, Austin some-
times uses artificial to catch his
limit of speckled trout.
Mark Goodwin has been fish-
ing the same creek, as well as
others, out of his kayak to catch
redbass and speckled trout.

IUr Ul.b.
Dwight Hibbard fished last
Wednesday with canal guide
John Dyrssen and they caught
five trout to five pounds, two
mangroves and a dozen lady-
fish. On Friday, John and Tad
Williams caught 10 speckled
trout in the creek near
McCormick Bridge.
Sean Bonting and Ben
Demaio used finger mullet near
the docks in Mayport to catch
15 flounder.
- Al Wiltshire, Don Sutton, Jim
Bell and John Burroughs used ,
live mullet from the bank along
Nassau Sound last Wednesday
and Thursday and caught 35
speckled trout, a pair of floun-
der, 17 blues and a redbass.
Some of the trout were too
small to keep, but it was two
days of exciting fishing.
George Atelevich put his fin-
ger mullet along the river bank
not far from the ferry slip and
caught 19 flounder.
Capt. George Bull and friend
Jim Combs, from Washington,

.avonrLeK l notJK J IUIt 10.1 tUrLoL
Nassau Sound. They caught 52
speckled trout (keeping their
limit), four redbass, two floun-
der and six drum.
Ron Watterman caught six
pompano in the surf north of
the jetties.
Terry Newsome, and his son
Kyle, fished alorig the jetties
last WVednesday with Larry
"Fishman" Finch. They used
live fiddlers to catch 29
On the Jacksonville Beach
Pier last week, there were lots of.
oversized redbass brought over
the rail. Spanish, pompano,
drum, speckled trout and whit-
ing were also iced down. Ryan
Richie had a 20-inch speckled
trout in his bucket on Friday
Veteran guide Fred Morrow,
with Don Webb and Justin
Burkheart, fished the river last
Thursday and caught one 30-
inch redbass, five mangroves
and 41 croakers.
Good fishing .

Pnolo ;ubmined
Mark Goodwin with a redbass he just caught out of his kayak in
a feeder creek near Indian Woods.

PhoIo submined
History Picture of the Week features George Bull, Sr, 10-year-old
George, Jr., Capt. Bill Pascoe and their first mate with a 137-
-pound tarpon caught trolling around the-north-jetties-in-1-94-7-.'Fe
"plug they used was a large, red heated creek chubjparkle.

Pnolo sbbm.ned
Zack Quest with a 12-pound amberjack he caught recently
aboard he 'ng 'efune.

Pnoo uomlnea
Kyle Waltz prepares to release a big red he caught with his dad,
Capt. Kirk, at the jeiies on their "Enterprise." '

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Tebow, Jackson used sparingly in Gators' win

Pholo' b ROB DeoAGELO
Florida Gators freshman quarterback Tim Tebow, left, absorbs a hit from Bulldogs linebacker Tra
Battle during last Saturday's game. Tebow rushed for 36 yards on six carries against Georgia.


Hard to figure out which

aguars team ,s real one
tc a

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S unday al Alltel arena,
S Jaguars fans will eagerly
await the answer to their,
biggest question. The question
is not Who will start at quar-
terback, but rather Which
J, aguars team will show up?
The one that literally con-
trolled the Philadelphia Eagles,
13:6, Sunday, or the one6 tha"
showed nothing the week
before in Houston. That's the
same team, by the way, that
gave in to Washington and
The Jacksonville team that
topped the Eagles was the one
that entertained Dallas,
Pittsburgh and the New York
Jets all Jaguars victories.
These entertaining and
interchangeable teams are set-
ting records in Jaguars history.
Love 'em or hate 'em, who
can tell?
The only thing that looked
familiar Sunday up in Philly
the city of brotherly indif-
ference, as one native put it -
was the runaway performance
of good, old Fred Taylor who
dashed through the Eagles like
a dose of salts.
That, plus frequent flashes
of old-time defense, took us
back to the days when the
Jaguars were tougher than a
fifty-cent steak. ,
The big story, of course, was
David Garrard returning to
quarterback for the first time
since last year's stretch run.
Garrard replaced Byron
Leftwich, Who is out with a
strange ankle ailment.
Garrard piked up where he
left off last season, rushing ,
eight -times for 36 yards, trail-
ing only Taylor and Maurice

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Jones-Drew, and connecting
on 8-of-17 passes.
That was marvelous enough,
but on.a day windy enough to
blow Jones-Drew off Lincoln
Financial Field, Matt Jones
came back to form. Rumors of.
his demise have been greatly
exaggerated, it seems.
Next up: The Titans.
Everybody ready?

Gators win keeps team
on track for SEC
championship game

A strange finish to a strange
game Saturday at Alltel left the
Florida Gators in good shape
to challenge for the SEC title.
Arid even in defeat, the
Georgia Bulldogs found some
hope for improvement.,
When the Gators jumped
out to a first-quarter lead on a
12-yard TD run by Andre. i
Caldwell, some Georgia fans
might, have thought they were
in for another day of humiliat-
ing defeat, as they've been in
eight of the last nine games'

against Florida.
In the next two quarters,
when UF built a 21--0 lead via
touchdowns by Caldwell
again, this time on a 40-yard
TD catch from QB Chris Leak,
then a fumble recovery for a
nine-yard score by Ray
McDonald, the situation fbr
the Dogs looked hopeless. .
By the Boys from Athens
hitched up their pants and
went to work for their fresh-
man quarterback, Matthew
Stafford. They opened the
gates for Stafford to score on a
13-yard romp, capping a 52-
.yard drive that finally put the
Red and Black on the score-
If the Dogs Were running
out of steam it didn't show.
Kregg Lumpkin barreled over .
for an eight-yard TD set up
when. Georgia recovered a
fumble by Gators freshman
QB Tim Tebow.
That's the same Tebow, by
the way, that will be running
a true version of head coach
Urban Meyer's spread-option
'offense in years to come. It's
what Gator fans have been
clamoring for-let's see'if
they like it when they get it.
The game ended with a 21-
14 victory for UF, but the fight
Georgia put up to the end ,
,encouraged Dogs head coach
Mark Richt.
"Somehow they found the
[gas] to keep going," Richt
said. "We were disappointed
in losing, but with all the boys
we have out with injuries,
they did a fine defensive job."
The Gators face a surprising-
ly strong Vanderbilt team this
week and must win to keep
national title hopes alive.

Beaches-area fans didn't get
to see much of home-grown
Florida Gators Tim Tebow and
Kyle Jackson last Saturday
against Georgia.,
Tebow, a freshman quarter-
back who guided Nease High to
a state championship last season
rushed six times for 36 yards.
Jackson, a Fletcher High grad
and backup safety, saw duty on
punt and kickoff coverage.
Jackson, a junior sociology
major, has three solo tackles
and three assisted tackles play-
ing mainly on special teams
through the Gators' first eight
games this season. The 6'1,
200-pound Jackson started 12
games in his freshman and
sophomore seasons but was rel-
egated to back-up when Reggie
Nelson emerged as Florida's
starting safety early last season.
Tebow, one of the most high-
ly-recruited quarterbacks in the
country last year, has been used
mainly in short-yardage rush-
ing situations this season,.
although he is 10-of-14 for 152
.yards in the passing depart-
ment with two touchdowns
and one interception. The
freshman has completed 71.4
percent of his passes with the
longest a 35-yarder for a touch-
down against LSU on October
On the ground, the 6'3",
229-pound Tebow is Florida's
second leading rusher with 282
yards on 50 carries. He has
scored four TDs and is averag-

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ing 5.6 yards per rushing
Against the Bulldogs, Tebow
fumbled after being hit on the
Florida 14-yard line in the
fourth quarter, leading to
Georgia's second score of the
game, Afterward, the quarter-
back said he wasn't sure how
he lost control of the ball and
would wait to see game film to
get a better read.

We have to buckle
down and fix it but the
good thing is, even
though we didn't play
as well as we're capa-
ble of playing, we got
the win.

Tim Tebow,
Gators quarterback.

"I don't know [what hap-
pened]," Tebow said. "I'll have
to go look and find out .. I'm
not sure if [a Georgia defender]
got a helmet on it or what."
While many in the crowd of
84,572 at Alltel Stadium had
Expected to see a lot of Tebow :
. against the Bulldogs especial-
ly after head coach Urban
Meyer indicated as much in the
days leading up to the game -
he was used sparingly.
In his post-game comments,
Meyer said it was his intention

to expand Tebow's role in the
passing game, but it simply did-
n't happen Saturday. The coach
said he was unhappy Tebow
didn't throw a pass.
"We had a couple of good
passes in there for him," Meyer
said. "We're rethinking that
whole thing. Doggone it, we
want that kid to play. He's a
hell of a player. He came out of
the gate with that 20-yard run
and then [we] kind of forgot
about that other stuff."
Tebow's first carry of the
game came on Florida's open-
ing drive. After receiving the
snap in shotgun formation, he
sprinted left for 20 yards before
being upended by Bulldogs cor-
nerback Paul Oliver. But Tebow
gained just 16 yards on five car-
ries the rest of the game.
-Meyer said he wasn't happy
with his team's passing game
and hinted Tebow might enjoy
a larger role this week against
Vanderbilt, particularly in light
of news that starting QB Chris
Leak believes he played much
of last Saturday's game with a
concussion sustained in the
first half. Meyer said Leak had
."three of four missed calls"
after the hit and lamented a
string of dropped passes, wvo
costly turnovers and eight
offensive penalties against
"We'll just work it out and
try to execute better," Tebow
said. "We have to buckle down
and fix it but the good thing is,
even though we didn't, play as.
Well as we're capable of playing,
we got the win."

,'-i^ f :." .. ....~.. .
A group of Beaches-area women playing out of Marsh Landing
Country Club recently participated in the USTA 3.5 Senior
Tennis team national championships in Indian Wells, Calif. The
team won seven of its nine matches. From left: Tina Delph,
Mary Ann Graham, Barb Wenger, Debbie Koons, Connie Hines,
Connie Somora, Cathy Cosby, Janine Brandsletter (team cap-
tain), Pat Ream and Betty Ann Ricks.

Caroline Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. until
10:30 a.m. : -
For more information phone
Siobhan Reigle at 997-8364 or
visit strollerfit.com/arlington.
Ryder Gup
A recently opened exhibit
at the World Golf Hall of
Fame features a historical
overview, of the Ryder Cup,c
video of significant moments
and artifacts donated or
loaned by Hall of Fame m.nem-
bers for the exhibit,'which ,
will be open through January
The 36th Ryder Cup,
played between American
and European golf profes- '
sionals, took place Sept. 22-
24 near Dublin, Ireland.
World Golf Hall of Fame
exhibits are open from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon. through
Sat. and noon to 6 p.m. Sun.
Admission is $16 for adults,
$14 for seniors and military
and $11 for children 4-12.

Youngsters under 4 are
admitted free. For more
information, call (904) 940-
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.
Women's Fitness
Registration is now taking place
for Beach Girls Fitness, an outdoor
fitness program for women.
Camps involve total body work-
outs designed to help women lose
weight, gain energy and build self-
Camps take place Mon., Weds.
and Fri. at 8:30 a.m. For more
information contact .Pushpa
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ACRES only $299,900. Hunters & fishing
enthusiasts wanted! Private 500 acre par-
cel of land ideal for hunting offers access
to crystal clear trout & salmon stream- un-
believable fishing. NEW TO MARKETI
Great owner financing. Call L&S RIty
JAX BCH 5 blocks to ocean, corner lot
consider owner financing. Owner/ Agent
$174,900 568-4818.
BEAUTIFUL 1.3 acre lot, heavy woods.
high & dry. 500 yds. from St. Johns River,
$. 225Kt (904)247.a19J,-, ii;t T
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5253 or Click it,
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Properties, Inc./Broker.
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Lake Chatuga. Build your home for a life-
time. Lots range in price from $54,900
to 587,900. Call 828-389-8843 or 904-
VIEW WESTERN North Carolina, North
Georgia, Eastern TN, Real Estate. Excel-
lent retirement area. Very affordable
homes, cabins, land. Low taxes. Good
paying jobs available. www.mllake.sre-
Views. 8+ Acre Mountain Estate. Heavily
Wooded with Stream. EZ Financing-
$49,900. (800)230-6380, ext.120
boat slip water-access homesites. Below
appraisal Lake Chaluge. GA/NC Moun-
fains! Excellent Financing! Two-Day Sale
Nov. 4th & 5thl Appointment Onlyl
(877)234-8850 ext.102.
52'x105' $129,900. Located In active
fishing village. Broker/ Owner, O'Malley
Real Estate, Inc. (904)241-3141.
OCALA NATIONAL Forest Lots. $500
down, $199 month. Owner 352-624-2215
or (352)236-4579.
N. FLA 1-350 Acres 30 Ac-/- low as
$6500/acre Only 4 parcels Owner Fin
avail (800)294-2313 Ext 1285 A Bar Sales
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3175 Pullian Ct. 50x120
$275,000 904)536-8268

waterview lot. lcar garage. New plumbing
and A/C. $289K. Owner (904)285-0084.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4/3.5, pre-construc-
lion, 2007 completion, 2 blocks ocean w/
ocean view, luxury home wi all amenities,
$1,300,000, 920 No 2nd St. at Bay St..
708-0731 or 241-8718 for appointment to
view plans
Great starter home 3/2, comer lot, short
drive to beach. Reduced for quick sale.
$247,000. Call Paul Cleary. Matchmaker
Coastal (904)472-1 86.

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to $1391900. Single story ranch or two story chalets
available. Call for free info: 828-652-8700

ATLANTIC BEACH, 3PR/2BA, fireplace,
new carpeting, tile, appliances, fenced.
yard. $175,000. (904)993-9191:.
blocks from ocean. 1602st. No HOA
Granile, upgrades $369,000 Call Cindy
241-5251 or 451-9208.
BEACHISAN PABLO area, 3501 Claridge
Rd E. Newly-remodeled concrete block,
2BR/1BA. large backyard. $138000
223-5149, 339-4685.
REDUCED, INDIAN Woods Nepiune Bch
home 4BR/2BA, splil plan, w*2 story
workshop. Upgrades. Priced under ap-
praised value to sell @ $399,900 Drive by
1525 Forest Ave. Motivated seller.
Will co-op. (904)463 7245.
LOVELY 3BR/2BA W/spacious master
suite. 2 car garage, fireplace and
screened-in porch $212.900. 220-8389.
OPEN HOUSE 1542 Emma Lane. on the
marsh. Saturday 12-2pm, Sunday 3-5pm.
Call for directions, Gail @ Vanguard Real-
ty. 803-6560.
NEAR GAINESVILLE lake view home on
5 acres, 4/3, 2950si. built 2002. $469.000
OBO, Independent Brokers & Associates,
247-4333 or 710-3111
Dollar view at about hall the price. Beauti-
ful 4BR/2.5BA home w/pool. on the marsh
in Jax Beach. $549,900. For info see
www.walson-realtycom. MLS 314671
Call Kathy Ritter at Walson Realty
Sunday 3-6pm. $424.500. Awesome
4BR/ 2.5BA, 2-story, pool. Seiva Linkside,
1660 Linkslde Ct N Call Kimberlee
472-5558, Magnolia Properties
JAX GOLF & C.C. Best available in
neighborhood, 30K under marker value
4/3, 2400si, preserve lol, many upgrades,
move- In ready. Priced to sell at $484,900.
Matchmaker Coastal Realry
FSBO TOWNHOUSE approximately 1
mile to beach, 1BR;'I 5BA w/lof, new roof,
wood deck. kitchen upgraded Laminate
wood floors & carpet. Community pool.
move in ready. $217.000. 242-7529.

DEERFIELD LAKES- 2/1.5 condo,
Near Maypon Elem. & Wonderwood. Nice
3/2, 2 car gar, Iresnly painted, new vinyl &
more. $184,900.
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, beaul slone
frplc lenced yard, corner lot Close to
schools/ beaches. Reduced to $214.900
HARBOR WINDS- Model like home. 3/2.
upgrades everywhere $239,900
HARBOR WINDS- Approx. 1600sl, 3/2,
like new. $234,900.
area. 4/3. over 30K in upgrades. Below
appraisal. Better than a model home.
4/2, near schools & shops. $234,500.
221-1711 OR 241-5501
ATLANTIC BEACH. Totally remodeled.
31 'A 1000st. i0 "beae--Iil;lql lol.
Grhlie, 'Jacit-l',. ne.w '.Arpie and pain
Kitchen & bath redone ,n'2004. $625,000
OBO. 366 5th Srreet. Owner/ Broker.
PVB EAST of AlA. two lots w/house.
Reduced $590K, (904)273-5994.
FSBO 4BR/3BA, large comer lot, Royal
Palms in Atlantic Beach. $285,000.
A GEMI FSBO home in beautiful, charm-
ing Paradise Cove One owner home is
immaculate. 3/2 1267 sqft. 616 Paradise
Court, Atlantic Beach. $279,900. Call Le-
na, (608)213-3397.
SOUTHSIDE 7388 Secret Woods, bnck.
3/2/2, 1895slf. $283.500 OBO, Independ-
ent .Brokers & Associates. 247-4333 or
4/2 w/loft, pool home on preserve, approx.
2100 sq.ft.. $299.000, 221-1630
OFF SAN PABLO, Covington Creek. all
bnck, 3/2, over 2200 sq.ft, on cul de sac,
too many extras to list, reduced for quick

sell. must see $359,900, 221-1630
LOWEST PRICE 2 1/2 blocks to ocean in
old Atlantic Beach. 3BR/2BA. all brick,
50'X130' lot, $479,900 Call Deborah Bai-
ley. Remax Atlanlic, 234-7725.
SAWGRASS 2BR/2BA. completely re-
modeled, new 30 year root, 42" hickory
cabinets, travetine stone floor. Berber car-
pet and crown molding. Seller will pay all
closing costs. $289,900. 463-0505
ATL BCH HOME $209,900
FSBO. GOOD Starter Home! 618-1
Dufton Island Dr. Wesl., 3BR/I1.5BA New
A/C. roof. .windows, doors, and applian-
ces. By appointment only. Call David
247-0665 (home). 704-2337 (cell)
2300sf. vaulted ceilings, fireplace. on cul-
de-sac. private, wooded back yard
$549,900 1904)537-4083.
PV. 5BR/4BA w/lott. 2454sf.. immac, new
roof, granite passthru, wine cooler & more;
below appraisal $379.900. See
www.6sailfish.com Call Randy Brat @
USA Realty Mart; 904-213-8287

4455 Anson Dr., 3/2 MH 8 1/1 home,

12998 Cobblefield, 3/2/2, 1500sf,
,$220,090. '

12548 Kernan Forest- 5/4'2, 2657sl,
$409.000. Independent Brokers & Associ-
ales, 247-4333 or 710-3111

Dolphin Cove, 3BR/2BA huge comer lot,
all brick, cul-de-sac, updated ie in main
living area Ready to go! Just Reduced.
4BR/2BA huge cul-de-sac lot, community
pool and lennis, minutes to the Beaches
A. school $288,900
4BR/2BA w/pooll 2000tsl., new roof,
HVAC, fence, Iloonng, windows, garage
door. Offered at $384,900.
TWO 1BR.' 1BA .loft Ponte Vedra Beach
Condos, upgrades including granite & tile
foors, fireplace, custom lighting, private
each access, tennis, Iltness room. 1 unit
currently leased. $189,900 & S195,900.
Key West style cottage 2BR/1 5BA. ador-
able with huge great room, private bacK-
yard, great lor entertaining, Low mainte-
nance landscaping. $319,900.
Motivated seller. 2BR/2BA, downstairs
unit, fireplace, wood floors, Icar garage
Offered at $144,900. .
Off Solano Rd. I has small beach cottage,
been remodeled. Take advantage of goll
views or purchase both for your dream
home... Not many like lhis> 2BR/2BA
beach cottage, $499,900. Additional lot is
Call: 904-241-4447

large corner lot. tile Iloors. new rool. F/P,
many upgrades 9922249 or 514.7152

4.5BA, with 4725 SF, views of the ocean
froin the east and ICW the west. Office..
formal living and dining, tile and
hardwood floors, pool and spa. screened
lanai with hot tub. and pnvale beach.
$2,750,000 .
Isle of Palms- Former model with 2705
SF and $71,000 in -upgrades on
navigable waer...jus bring your boat!
Family room with fireplace, formal
dining, and deluxe master suite. Two
screened lanais, deck, balcony, dock w/
boat lift $889,000
South Hampton Water to golf views
compliment this %BR, 4BA execute
home on the 17th green. Chef's kitchen
with cherry cabiets, island conran, tlle,.
3 car garage, .sreened lanai, two bonus
roms, comm. pool, priced $25k below
appraisal $750,000
Odoms Mill -Lakefront 5BR, 5BA on
culdesac with screened pool/spa, lanai,
bonus room is perfect teenage retreat, in-
law suite, woodiandl.tile. rs. corian
cauiers. fortnal.living anddhing.3 car
garage, o ,mm. pbI''-S69X)0
Ocean Cay Walk to the beach from
hids upgraded, light and bright 48R,
2.5BA with loft, formal living and dining
room, new carpet and paint, tile floors,
oversizedscreened lanai lots of storage,
comm. pool. $499,500-
Pablo Bay Why wait to build? This
4BR. 2BA all brick home is ready now!
Enjoy relaxing evenings on your covered
lanai overlooking the peaceful lake.
Upgrades include tile. 42 inch cabinets,
open kitchen with island, corian.
Laurel Springs 4BR. 2BA pool home
on beaudfiul akefroti lot I upgraded tile,
covered lanai overlooks screened pool,
split bedroom plan, fireplace. Enjoy
entertaining in your spacious pool area,
m.anvi upnrades! S345.000 I .

OCEANFRONT 2/2, garage, pool, views
from every room. $509,900. Owner/ agent
lanlic Beach, $116,900. Seller pays all
closing coss. 1805)377-2430, (904)803-
LOS BRISAS- Oceanfront- 2BR/2BA
w/beaches "greatest" deck. Garage park-
ing- great rental property- fully furnished
$520,000 241-0267.
PVB 2BR/2BA, FP, walk to ,beach, newly
renovated, $189,900, possible lease/pur-
chase, (215)598-7488.
COSTA VERONA- Direct Oceanfront,
2BR/2BA .den. Located on amenity floor
with 14' ceilings. Unbelievable price of
$790,000 December move-in. 241-0267.

Nepiune Beacn, corner lot. 2000se., 2car
arage, new root, kitchen needs help.
329K worth $385K..591-7392.

Ibis Phint -4BR.2,5BA w/loft on private
culdesac, lush landscape, fenced yard.,
sprinkler. open kitchen withbreakfast b
formal dining, designer molding, masLer
bedroom is down with garden tub, comm.
pool/tennis. $335.000
Jax Beach Updated 4BR, 2BA coquina
home on an oversized lot (.27 acres) just
blocks to the beach! Wopo.Qfloori;
fireplace, open kitchen, formal dining
large great room, inside laundry, screened
potch, shed, hot tub with deck. 5335.00.0
Florentine This 3BR, 2.5BA with loft
is only e yeat.old and ready ow' Enjoy
peaceul lake-views from your open patio,
spacious kitchen with. breakfast bar,
formal living ard dining, oversized
aundry,over$4in upgrades! $315,000
Pelican Bay 3BR, 2.5BA just steps to
'the Intracoastal! Enjoy peaceful lake
views ftom your screened anai or
enleam on your open deck. Move-in
ready with newer carpel and paint,
upgraded kitchen with tile, coriah
52Vt ,900

on-d houme, oono".-he 3B1,
2BA open floor plan with tii throughonay
family room w/fireplace, deck leads to
private backyard with peaceful lake
views-..ioba rdo r ne.ghO $S26990t)
.Wxd wr Chas i-3BA, 2BR with office,
stucco front. lash andsaping, fenced
vard with room for a pool. formal dining,
open kitchen with extra cabinets, full
irrigaton, inside laundry toom. tons of
shelving, storage, comm. pool..$249,900
Kensington Adorable 3BR, 2BA patio
home is perfect -for first dinme buyer or
someone looking to downsize. Move in
ready with new carpet, paint, open kitchen
with all appliances, open deck, private
)ard, comm pool/tennis. $204,900
S. -

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA, 1250sf,
completely remodeled- Kitchen, bath. tile,
carpet & more. Custom closets, stone fire-
place. "Best Deal Around, Must Sell'
$109,500. (904)773-3777.
LandMark 1910sl $950k
WaterMark 2202sf $996k
Acquilus II 2124si $998k
Renee L Baron,Inc. 242-2821
OCEAN VIEW Ponte Vedra Blvd., 2/2.5
end unit, oacks up to Guana Preserve;
1800+ sqft. $550.000. 280-8281.
Ocean Grove. New Unit. open Sal.- Sun,
Nov. 4. 5, 10. 11. Auction Nov 15, 5pm.
Only $6K deposit, 30 day close Details -
pics (727)458-4230.


Spanish Pi., 14158 Tomas Pt Lane, 3/2/2,
2032sf., 1/3 acre, clean and modem. Wa-
lerfront community w/boal ramp, pool.
clubhouse, 5 miles from beach. $269,900
Call Paula Killebrew, 465-2363.
www.killeorewrealty corn
WALDEN CHASE, 4BR/3BA, 3200sf.;
new, lots of upgrades. $422,900.
Ocean view 2540st 1/2 block to ocean.
1/2 block to lown center. Numerous up-
grades, $799.500. 115 Orange St.
Broker/owner. 725-0302 or 887-8237
FSBO, 6 blocks to S Jax Bch. 3/1 5, new-
ly remodeled. 5279.900 710-5200.
NEPTUNE BEACH fixer upper; perfect
for Investor or owner/ occupant, con-
crete block, 4 blocks from ocean,
$285,000, call Mark, 591-6976.
ICW FSBO, 3/2 home on cul-de-sac in
Kensinglon Only $229.900. 221-6263
$229,900 ATLANTIC Beach, 845 Amber-
jack Lane, Royal Palms 3/2 +small office
or large walk-in closet, 1252sf.. fully reno-
valed. Adorable nouse close to beach with
great yard & privacy fence. 904-838-1218.
50'x100' lot w/lrrdgation system, pool,
outdoor kitchen, tile, SS appliances,
1400sl.. walk to beach. $387,400 OBO.
NEPTUNE BEACH duplex, 2/1 each, 2
blocks ocean, $499,000, 920 No. 2nd St.
at Bay St ,708-0731 or 241-8718.
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13858 Weeping Willow
All brick, lakefront
4BR/2BA, 2552sf., $480K
JTB, N. on San Pablo, LF at Pablo Bay
LF at Weeping Willow.
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2850sf., $2850/mo includes utilities. Call
Bart @241-3111 (Ex. 11).

South. 1 block from ocean. $500/mo. +de-
posil. 514-2985.
WDHU, real hardwood floors upstairs, tile
downstairs, 4.5 Blocks to Beach.
170 Poinsettia St. $1075/mo 241-3754.
ATLANTIC BCH off Seminole Rd Beauti-
ful newer 3/2.5 townhome, 10ft ceilings,
light & bnght, hardwood floors, 1 car gar.,
small lfenced backyard, 8 blocks to beach.
of SM /mo.reflexible termswSalslJune:,Fiz~i
ST .s lealty,994-3608. -, "'
* UF1i4RNISOD APT- 1B:/JtSA, / S
water w/ boat slip. Near beach $770/mo
incl. until. plus down. 221-0847.
JAX BEACH, East of 3rd. Walk to beach
2BR/1.5BA lownhome. $1050/mo. Pets
OK. 242-9195
2BRP2BA, bonus room, covered patio,
CH&A, WDHU. 1207 Mayport Landing Dr.
$790/mo, $700 deposit. 280-2728. leave
223B HOPKINS St, Nep Bch. 1BR/IBA
efficiency Apt. 1.5 blocks from ocean.
$775/mo. Lewis Realty (904)291-7229.
NEPTUNE BEACH, one block to ocean.
2BR/1BA, 1 year lease, NO pets, 800sl.
includes W/D. $1000/mo. 4$1000/sec.
dep. 918A First Street, between Bay &
Pine. Call 246-8970 or 591,1218.
floors, CH&A, WDHU, 1.5 blocks to
beach, 1st/ last mo. rent, SD. 1 year
lease. $900/mo. Donna Ross Real Es-
tate, Inc. 246-4862

ACROSS STREET from ocean. 2BR/1BA,
CH/A, WDHU, 808 Frst St., So, Jax
Beach. Ap. 3, 888-259-0783, credit
home, CH&A, WDHU, 1239 Mayport
Landing Dr., $790/mo., $700 dep.; 280-
2728, leave message.
JAX BEACH, 2BR townhouse, near
ocean, CH&A. WDHU, no pets. $950/mo.
+$500/dep. 246-3130.
1/2 BLOCK to ocean, 1BR/1BA, studio,
electric & water included, laundry room.
$750/mo. (904)318-0044.

CH/A, WDHU. East ol 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-7368, 733-3730:
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
1BR/1BA APARTMENT, kitchen, LR.
WDHU. off-street parking. 714 2nd St. S.,
Jax Bch. No Pets. $650/mo. --650/dep.

5--4 BEACH RENTALS I 5, -V i1-1 5 V
S Unfurnished Homes The Courtyards Mayport of AB Stonefield at Bartram Park -
Serena Point JB 3BR/3BA, new 3BR/2.5BA, private, updated unit w/ Mandarin 3BR/2.5BA, newer two story
top floor condo, direct oceanfront garage, patio, balcony, overlooks c ard homeni, 1975 sft, two car
Views, amenities, garage. $3000/mo. lagoon. $1175/mo. Pablo Bay San Pablo 4BR/3BA, m
Oceanside 932 JB 3BR/3.5BA, 133 Magnolia NB 2BR/IBA, top newer home on water, upgrades
condo has luxurious features, ocean floor large duplex, plus den, less than throughout, open floor plan. $1900/mo.
S porch, sunset porch, garage. block to bch. $1150/mo. Unfurnished Condos
$2800/mo. Ibtro.. Ocean Links PV
North Shore JB 3BR/2BA, brand Intracoastal West 2BR/2BA, second floor, screened porch, <
new construction w/incredible ocean Bishop's Court Hodges fireplace, amenities $950/mo.
Views, garage, amenities. $2195/mo. End units w/views, Belleza PV 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor top/ ,
i Oakbridge at Sawgrass PV all appliances, amenities. end unit, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, all r
4BR/2BA. home has screened lanai, IBR/IBA, ground floor. $875/mo. upgraded. $1100/mo.
on lagoon. 2 car garage. $1700/mo. IBR/1BA, ground floor. $900/mo. cralms at Marsh Landing JB
Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
Sawgrass Players Club-PV 2B1/2BA, Reserve at Pointe Meadows ate IBR/1 BA, 3rd floor, vaulted ceilings. ^
home has wood deck w/lagoon to golf Pkwy 2BR/2BA 2nd floor condo w/tile $850/mo.
course views, remodeled. $1450/mo. floors, upgrades, balcony. $1095/mo. 2BR/2BA. 2nd floor, top/end unit, '
vaulted ceilings. $1100/mo.
434 th Avenue N. JB 3BR/IBA, Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2.5BA, vaulJed DeMe JB; .

Shomehas hardwbkfloors, all new townhouse,. all' upgraded, screened 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor, condo wall the "
Interior, fenced bacn ard. $400/m. porch amenities. $1100/mo. upgrades, garage, balcony. $1150/mo. .
Villages of Solano PV IL Viaagior- Soutsie 2BR/25BA i
S3BR/2.5BA, townhouse has loft,L Sotside 2BR/2.5BA .
garage, patio, very neutral and clean. two story condo w/upgrades, REA COASTAL REALESTATE
1350/mo. throughout, amenities. $1200/mo. L% Shannon Smith
Beach Avenue AB 2BR/1BA, 2n- Brightwater Gate Pkwy i(904) 285--5640,
Story duplex, ocean views, wooddeck, / A, end unit townhouse, wwwre ebcescom
wood floors. $1200/mo. w/pdrch, garage, club pool. $1250/mo.


OCEANVIEW 3/2 Great views from most
rooms. Ceramic tile, two balconies
$469.900 Vanguard Realty 463-7343.
SEVILLA- OLD Atlantic Beach
1BR/1.5BA Beautiful enclosed sun room
Must see $209.000, 904-249-2639.

Ready 2008. Prices slan at $499k. Call for
details. Renee L. Baron, Inc. 242-2821.

FSBO, SAWGRASS Beach Club Ocean-
side Condo, 1100sl. 1BR/1BA, garage,
$340,000. (904)635-9349.
CONDO -FOUNTAINS', Ponte Vedra, 695
A1A N. 3BR/ 2BA. Lease $1295 or
buy $239,900 Very clean. 246-6649
MIRA VISTA- 3BR/3BA. Third floor loca-
tion overlooks intracoastal & manna.
GREAT LOCATION. $595,000. Also
available, 60' boat slip $185,000.
Only $6K down, new 2/22/+ laeview.
$209K, last onel 727-458-4230:
PVB, 2/2. flat. end una, fireplace, gated
community w/5 star amenities. Lease/ op.
ton possible. $295,000. Call Broker/ Own-
er, Kirk Killebrew 463-1131.
PV BCH 2BR/2BAw/ fireplace, all applian-
ces stay, $175,900. 2151 6eahawk Drive,
Grace Ellis, All Pro Realty Specialists.
655-7923 (cell).
FOR SALE or Rent! 2BR/2BA, rare 3rd
floor at Palms al Marsh Landing w/garage.
Recent upgrades and washer/ dryer.
$269,500 or $950/mo No brokers.


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ATLANTIC BEACH Cottage. Beach Ave.,
oceanview, 2BR/1BA, fireplace, skylights,
cable TV. No, smoking, no pets.
$1450/mo. 241-6913, 887-9596.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1BA apartment, WDHU,
CH&A,' block from ocean $875/mo. Call
NEAR PONTE Vedra, 1 block beach. Best
area, quiet, safe, residential neighbor-
hood. 2BR/1BA lower duplex. New paint,
CH&A, W/D Included. No smoking. Small
pet considered. $950/mo., lease deposit.
JAX BEACH- Immaculate 3BR/2BA unit in
ihe Palms. ground floor, lakeview unit. Fit-
ness center, pools, tanning, tennis, club-
house, & morel $1200/mo. 904-372-9222.
JAX BEACH. 2BR/1BA, new carpel, kitch-
en equip.. CH&A, WDHU, 1 block to
ocean. $750/mo. 714 So. 1st St., River-
mont Realty, 725-0302.
JAX BEACH Oceanview. Renovated
Hardwood Iloors, Dishwasher, CH&A
1BR/1BA, $700/mo. to $1000/Ilmo
(904)859-1301, (904)553-1354
OCEANSIDE, 1BR/2BA condo. just steps
to ocean Club pool. $875/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA condo Club
pool, exercise & morel $875/mo
3BR/2BA. $1200/mo. All South Realty,
' 241-4141.
South, 1 block lrom ocean. $1150/mo.
+deposit. 514-2985..

SHADY PORCH, 2BR/1.5BA townhouse
w/ WDHU, $950/mo, (904)242-0257.
JAX BEACH block & half from water,
2BR/1BA, CH/A, WDHU, FP, $695/mo.
904-891-0606 or 352-478-2161.
3BR/2.5BA 8 blocks from beach; tile
floors; granite counter tops; stainless steel
appliances; 2 car garage; $1500/mo. +
$1500 deposit, no pels; call Cindy,
241-5251 or 451-9208.

2BR 1.5BA townhouse. PVB. 1000si, all
appl., wood floor, porcelain tile, scr. lanai.
many upgrades. $1050/mo. Move in now
and no rent due 111 Dec. 1s. Please call
S Alben Schall, (904)725-6510.

LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
lent location, 2 blocks to Ocean, very
clean. No pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or
241-1219. .
2BR TOWNHOUSE, 5 blocks from ocean:
$725/mo. Call John J904)813-9723.
ATLANTIC BEACH Studio garage apt,
near ocean $650/mo. All South Realty,
JAX BEACH, east of A1A. 2/1, large up-
stairs, CH&A; W/D, private deck, $1120,
821-9751/ 803-3099. .
OCEANFRONT- 3BR/2BA condo in S
Jax Bch Convenient to shopping. JTBI
Club pool, garage & morel $1700/mo. Al-
so, 2BR/2BA $1400/mo. All South Realty.
BEACHES 2/2,ON lakefront, many extras
Avail immed. $1200/mo. 382-6145.
PVB, 3BR/2BA Townhome, WDHU, lyr.
lease. No pels. $950/mo -$950/sec.
249 6501, 233-7224.
NEPTUNE BCH Duplex, large 2BR and
3BR. sundeck/ pario, 1 block to ocean.
CH&A, WDHU, $1225/mo. to $1295/mo,
No pets (904)223-5211, 1904)307-2841.
1 1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, Ist Ave. South
1BR/1BA. $685/mo (904)891-0606,
JAX BEACH 2BR/1 5BA, 900sl. W/D..
CH/CA $900/mo + $900 deposit, 1 yr.
lease no pets. 210/ 222 17th Ave No
Call 221-6816
PVB, 3BR/ 2BA Townhouse. 1280sf,
W/D. screened porch, $1100/mo.
BEACHFRONT 1BR/ 1BA. 108 Orange
SI, Nep Bch, downstairs. $1050/mo Incl
ulil. (661)803-6275.
1/2 BLOCK to ocean. 2BR/2BA. large
deck, wet bar. Must seel $1300/mo. 904-
2BR 1BA, Atlantic Bch, 2 blocks Irom
ocean, $1000/mo. incl. ulil. Please call
561-676-0611 -
ATLANTIC BEACH, 62 Ocean Blvd,
2BR/1BA, W/D Included. CH&A, tie floor.
1 block to ocean $1200/mo. Isl, last and
security. 838-6333..

MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pn-
3BR/2BA DUPLEX, Lora & First, vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
$1500/mo, 249-2865 dogs, 333-5579.

NEPTUNE- BCH, near ocean. renovated CLEAN 3BR Townhouse, near ocean.
2BR. all amenities, avail, soon $1100/mo. Neptune Bch. $1295/mo. Charles Leo-
247-1417.. 1BR, near ocean ;750/mo. nard, Broker, 241-7675.

$ 950

202-4E Villa del Mar Ponte Vedra 1/1
703 Villas of Marsh Landing Jax Beach 2/2r
36 The Colony Ponte Vedra 2/2
535 Ocean Links Ponte Vedra 2/2
9757 Rough Creek Ponte Vedra/Sa%\ grass CC 2/2
804 Templeton Lane Ponte Vedra/Walden Chase4/2
626 Ponie Vedra Blvd. #32 Ponie Vedra/Beach House 3/2
97 Voyager Court Ponie Vedra/Sa, grass TPC 3/2
,144 Shelby Cove Court Ponte Vedra 4/2.5
104 Crosscove Circle Ponte Vedra/Seaside 4/3
54 Franklin Ponte Vedra East 3/2
505 Seascape Ja\ Beach/Oceanfront 3/2
91 San Juan Dnrve #CC-3 Ponte Vedra/The Pointe 3/2
906 Mira Vista Atlantic Beach 3/3
905 2' Street North, #C Jax Beach 3/3
117 Deer Cove Dnve Ponle Vedra/Marsh Landing 4/2.5
10302 Ocean Grande South Ponte .Vedra 3/3
560 LeMaster Drive Ponte Vedra East 3/2
201 Portofino Palrn' Valley 3/2
68-29'" Aenue South Ja\ Beach 3/2.5
123 Sea Hammock Way Ponie V'edraOld Ponte Vedra 2/2
9910 Preston Trail Pone Vedra/Sa3 grass CC 3/2.5
804 Metropolitan Ja\ Beach/Oceanview 3/2
165 Barberry Lane Ponte Vedra/SawgrassTPC3/2 5

2451 South Ponte Vedra Oceanfront
570 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Ponie Vedra East
615 Landmark Condominium Jax Beach/Oceanfroni

$4500 1550 Beach Avenue

Alantic Beach



4601 MiIN 1M Me IN

2/1, apartment, 101 C 16th Ave. S. CH/A,
WDHU. No dogs $995/mo. +$500/deposlt.
Broker/ Owner, 249-8766. Call anydayl
TWO APARTMENTS 1BR, 2 blocks, from
beach $675/mo. for each 249-6748.
NEPTUNE BEACH- large 1BR apt., 1 1/2.
blocks to ocean. CH&A, skylights, carport,
tile floors, WDHU. $850/mo. 246-3739.
Townhome, VERY CLEAN, -1500sq.,
3/2 5 W/D. garage,pool, No Pets, Non-
Smokers, $1280/mo 655-2718
NEP BCH. 2BR/1.5BA. clean, W/D, near
ICW. tenced yard, $885/mo. 631-8607.
2/1 DUPLEX In Jax Beach, $765/mo.;
3/2 townhouse, Mayport Landing,
marsh view, $865/mo. Call 635-9046.

VILLAGES OF Pablo, 4/2,. 2360sf. FR,
DR. office. sunroom. $1450/mo. TDO
Management. 246-1125
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1 5BA, 1450s 1212
15th Ave. N, 12 Diocks to beach,. close to
Fletcher HS. Florida room, large kitchen.
W/D. tenced yard. Avail. 11/1/06
$1350/mo. 710-2600, 534-3411.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3/2/2, 1540sf.,
fireplace, new carpel, yard svc. No pets
$1300/mo. 223-4058.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 601 Camellia,
3BR/2BA, tile 'floors. vaulted ceilings.
IIreplace. $1100/mo. +$1100/dep. (904)
Luxurious. 2100sq. 3BR/2.5BA lownnome.
Impeccable condition Steps to beach. No
pels. $1i950/mo, 242-8081.

ATLANTIC BCH. completely remodeled
4BR/2.5BA, 2-story w/ 2 car garage, off
street parking & lenced yard. Near May-
port school, beaches & base $1500/mo
+dep. 869 Gavagan. Call for appt
(904)910 6052
SPACIOUS 4BR 2BA, 1870s1. Irplc., cul-
de-sac, avail 11/I. Washer, dryer, retrig
1631 Bearskin Ln, Hunters MIll
$1250/mo, $1250/dep. 813-0304.
S JAX Beach, 3BR/1.5BA, 1380sfl, wash-
er & driver included. 4 blocks to ocean.
screened porch., enced yard. replace.
$1325/mo 662-2648.
house 1450+st. 3BR/2.5BA, 1 car ga-
rage, gas fireplace, fenced backyard.
open floor plan. $1150/mo 608-2579.
SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/1.5BA, 6 blocks
to ocean. $1300/mo 710-5200.
SOLANO WOODS, 3/2/2, lenced yard,
hardwood floors throughout, Flonda room,
exc. cond., $1600/mo. 864-6590.
2300sf., wooded loi. lenced-in yard. block
to elementary school Pels OK. $1750/mo
+$1000/dep. Call 509-9310.
PVB IN TPC, 3BR/2BA home, 2car,
updated, fireplace, close to park/ pool.
2BR/1.5BA. office, cule cottage No Pets.
No Smoking. $1700/mo., 904-571-3863.
IWC WEST, Kensington Lakes, 1200 sl,
2BR,2.5BA W/D, CH&A, screened porch.
galed community with pool. Free water
and basic cable 'No pets. $1025,
through- out, 2car gar, $1250. 315-6558.
1365 SEMINOLE Rd., 3/2, CH/A, garage,
$1300/mo. 707-9954
JAX BEACH Holly Drive. 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1250/mo + deposit,
rnu,,..l. .CONSTITUTION COVE, .. l
1C:, .. I 21:41rcarvgoa t3-00sl, $$1495/mo'.,
'":PONTE VEDRA' .*."
3/2, 1 car gar., 1347sl, $1150imo.
3/2, 2 car gar., 1340sfl, avail. 11/10,
3/2, 1 car gar, 1410sf, avail. 11/10.
3/2, 1005st, $850/mo.
3/2. 2 car gar., 2000sl. avail.. 11/1,
3/2.2 car gar ,1900sl. avail. 11/10,
3/2, 2 car gar., 1675sl, avail., 11/15,
2/2, 1 car gar. 1100si. avail. 11/1,
4/2. 2 car gar, 2000st, avail, 11/10
3.2.2 car gar. 1227sl. $1050/mo
2/2. 1212sf, 1100/mo.
3/2 5, 1 car gar, 1764sf, $1200/mo
4/2. 2 car gar.. 1932sf, avail. 11/1,
4/2 2 car gar., 1990st. $1525/mo.
3/2, 2 car gar., 1425sl,avail. I1/1
3/2. 1310sf, $1395/mo.
4/2 5. 3 car gar.. 2760sl. $1750/mo.
2/2. 1292sf., avail. 11/10. $895/mo
2/2.5. 1042sf, $800/mo.
2/2. 1000sf, $895/mo.
2/2, 1120sl. $895/mo.
3/2 5, $1195/mo.
4/3. $1450/mo
4/2. 2 car gar., 2000st. $1450/mo
4/2, 2 car.gar., 2114sf, $1400/mo.
4/2.5, 3 car gar, 2860sl, $1800/mo.
3/2 2 car gar, 2003sf, $1295/mo
3/2 2 car gar., $1195/mo.
3,'2.2 car gar, 1730st, aval 12/1,
3/2 5.2 car gar. 2220sf. avail., 11/10,
4'3 3 car gar. 2065sf, $1825/mo
4/3, 3 car gar, 2065sf $1795/mo.
241-5501 OR 221-1711.

$10001MO., 2/1 Jax Beach; No smoking/
no pets. 247-0354.
3BR 2 5BA. washer/ dryer, pool, water-
front w/ dock, garage, fenced yard. Isle of
Palms $1600/mo. 1352)636-2151

I S I* 'I

ADORABLE NEPTUNE Bch cottage, 2/2,
$1100/mo.. recently updated, wood floors,
fireplace, steps to the beach. Call
JAX BEACH- 428 3rd Ave. So. 2BR/1BA
house, CH&A, fenced yard, $775/mo,
(904)891-0606 or (352)478-2161.
JAX BCH, 4 blocks from ocean, 3BR
1.5BA CH/A. tile & carpels, new kit. cabi-
nets. $1250/mo plus $1100/dep. Dogs
30lbs and under considered. 514-4229
Broker/ owner.
3BR/2BA great condition, 1654sl, over
looking golf course, low maintenance,
$1500/mo. 904-219-7962
435 WHITING Lane, AB; 3/2. Florida
room. WDHU, CH&A. No pets. $950/mo
--dep 246-4098
S. JAX Bch. 2BR/2BA fully furnished, 1
car garage, fenced yard. Incl wireless, in-
lemel. & cable Completely updated 3
blocks Irom beach For photos e-mail ma-
riaeugeniarojo@bellsouth.net $1500/mo.
Long term lease. (4071 394-5858.
,1129 ebagolAve So/Oak tLrB, '

1123 Sebago Ave So. 3BR/2BA, great
shape fenced, screened porch, carport, no
pets, $1300/mo. 631-3583 or 612-8868.
BRAND NEW construction, 4BR/2.5BA,
hardwood floors, granite countertops,
stainless steel appliances, fenced, 4
blocks from ocean, $2300/mo., call
Mark, 591-6976.
S. PONTE VEDRA- Like new, 3BR/2.5BA
in lunle Shores! Club pool, tennis & morel
$2000/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BCH, 4BR 2BA, lIke new, com-
pletely remodeled! Bike to beach & park
Avail. 11/1. $1375/mo. 247-4527.
JAX BEACH- 909 7th Ave. North,
2BR/1BA house w/screened in porch,
fenced yard, CH&A, $875/mo.
(904)891-0606 or 1352)478-2161.
3BR/2 5BA, SO Jax Bch, Lakefront. quiel
cul-de-sac, newly renovated w/hardwood
Iloors, carpet. kitchen & appliances Avail-
able 11/15 $1700/mo. 904.537.7740.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1 5BA home, 1 year
lease, $1250/mo. +$1000/sec oep. 1310
Pinewood Rd. off Penman and North 12th
Ave Call 246-8970 or 591-1218.

AB, HALF block from ocean: furnished;
3BR/2BA $15001mo; no pets, 247-1049,
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA spacious bnght
end unit, garage, lanai, pool, galed, close
to JTB, blocks to beach. $1350/mo.
PONTE VEDRA, Luxury 1/1 patio home,
walk to beaches, pond view, pool/
health club amenities, S1099/mo.

BIKE TO the beach. 3BR/2BA. 1500sf HOMELESS PETS for adoption uals &
$1200/mo Call 904-708-0391. dogs. 246-3600.

JAX BCH, 3BR/1BA,'furnlshed, huge yard,
close to. ocean. No pets. $950/mo. +dep.
254-8662, 710-0540.
ISLE OF Palms, 3BR/2BA, frplc., CH/A,
2 car gar., pets ok. $1450/mo. Call
ATLANTIC BEACH 3BR/2BA, 1200 sqft, 1
car, gar.; CH&A, stove, microwave, dish-
washer relnidgeralor, W/D. much, much
more; $1500/mo. Ilrst & last + dep.; refer-
ences & credit check. 476-3500 or 803-,
JAX BEACH, 3/2.5 cul-de-sac. 1 car ga-
rage wasner/ dryer, lenced yard. small
dog OK $1295/mo TDO Managementm,
COTTAGE ACROSS from ocean, 512 1st
St. South. Jax Beach, $850/mo. VIP Real-
ty. 962-6190
sh,; comer unit. well kept townhouse,
/D, screened porch laces nature;
$1495/mo; 241-5221.
PV BCH, RTO, 3/2 w/ bonus room & Flori-
da room overlooking lake w/ garage.
Frplc, wetbar tiled Iloors $1400/mo. Call
lor details 247-5116
BEAUTIFUL 3/2 South Jax Beach
home. 5 blocks from beach, recently reno-
vated inside and out, WiD included
$1300/mo 280-2341
ATLANTIC BCH townhouse, 3 5BR/ 2BA,
everything new. ceramic tile throughout.
marsh view. 2979 Bayshore Dr.. Mayport
Landing. Must see' $1100/mo. 465-2163
SO JAX Beach/ Riptide 4/3, lurnished or
unfurnished: 2400 sf, $1950/mo,
WEST BEACHES. Ibis Point, 3/3 w/office,
2400st. GR w/lireplace. LR, DR. EIK, cov-
ered patio, sprinkler system. waier soften-
er. $1575/mo TDO Management Serv-
ices. 246-1125.
1292 ROSE St., 2BR/2BA, new carpet &
tile: sunny lanai, $925/mo.. 367-1818 Duv-
al Realty
ell Rd. 3/1, bnck. rent to own. $1200/mo
VIP Realty. 962-6190.
3BR/2BAt office, 2000st,. 2 car garage.
Courtyard pool, lawn/pool service includ-
ed, Pets OK. $1750/mo. (904)703-0242.
JAX BEACH, 3/2.5. 1700sf., 2car gar-
gage, big backyard, avail Dec, $1450/mo.
Long/ short term. 2/1, tenced yard, pets
OK. 4 blocks from beacon $1600/mo. Call
Broker/ Owner, Kirk Killebrew. 463-1131.
SJB. 4BR/2BA w/2car garage. Roomy
fioorplan large yard Close to beach/
shopping. $1595/mo. (904)476-7831.

CLEAN, OUIET place, needs respectable
individual, $400 + deposit, 333-2624.
N ATLANTIC Beach/ Spectacular Ocean-
front. THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge 2500sl
luxurious trn-level condo. Furnished,
3decks, pnvate garden & emnes, garage
prkg. Huge pool, wooded & secluded .
$1250/mo incl lei. Id., until, cable, wireless
networking. 12 mos lease. Will consider
short term @incr. rent. Avail Dec 15 or
sooner 716-4232
LOOKING FOR roommate to share new
condo. Must be clean, neal, mature. ,1/3
rent, utilities. & lees, 463-2845.
ROOM IN large home, swimming pool,
pool lable, exercise equip. 874-0130

ROOM FOR rent Atlantic & Keman
$500/mo. includes utililies. 221-6646.
FURNISHED ROOM for rent, $500/mo,
North Ponte Vedra. telephone number,
ref., & $200 deposit, 543-1860.
ROOM FOR rent AB, private balh/ kitch-
en privileges, W/D, No drugs. $145/wk.
CHRISTIAN LADY Seeks roommate to
share 3BR apartment. (904)249-1711,

PVB- Summer House. 2BR/2BA, end INDIVIDUAL QUALITY Executive Office,
unit, story, large yard. 1195/mo. overlooking golf course in S. Jax Beach
(904)612.6532 or (904)641-5564. Call 241-5553 x.
.. ....... ... ui.. a. pro

2/2 OCEANFRONT Condo, Jax Bch.
$1800/mo. Garage/ pool/ gym. No smok-
ing. Call 724-6594.
PVB 2BR/2BA walk to beach, newly reno-
vated, $1100/mo possible lease/pur-
chase, (215)598-7488.
JAX BEACH. 2BRi2BA. split floor plan,
fireplace 1028 4th St N., blocks from
beach $950/mo 728-3000 (days). 786-
2757 evenings)
PVB VILLAS at Marsh Landing, 2/2.
$975/mo.; w/gaiage $1050/mo. TDO Man-
agement Services. 246-1125.
PV BCH, 2BR/2BA, gated, luxury condo In
great loc Pool/ clubhse/ fitness cIr, great
view from screened lanal. W/D incl stor-
age area,, 2nd fir. $935/mo. Call 285-5064
after 5pm
The Palms Lots of ameniilies. $850/mo.
Call Rachel (904)504-9793..

2BR/2BA, GROUND floor, end unit w/ga-
rage, close to pool, plenty of storage. In
The Palms @ Marsh Landing. $1100/mo.
Brett. (619)819-5222.

FURNISHED, PVB, 2/2. flat. gated com-
munity w/5 star amenities, east of A1A.
$1500/mo Lease.' Option available. Call
Broker/ Owner. Kirk Killebrew, 463-1131. :
PVB- 1BR/DEN/ 1BA condo near all
amenities, new carpet, paint, fitness ctr,
pool, gated Great location. $840/mo.
285-5064 aher 5pm
NEW NEW Condo. 1000st, new applian.
ces including W/D. East of AlA.
$1095/mb. (904)708-2867.
2BR/ 2BA. ground floor, gated community
5 star living $995/mo. Call Steve Macn,
Country Club Real Estate (904)662-9015.
JAX Beach. VALENCIA. 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage, brand new, guard gated, reson
style ameniles. Non smoking $1475/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Deerlield Lakes. For
lease, newly remodeled condo, 2BR/ 1 +
1/2 BA. AC, secunty system, electrical ap-
pliances, no pets, $850/mo depositl $850
ocean front condo, living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean wibalcony
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
furnished. great amenities, including cov.
ered parking, pool, hot tub, tennis, and
sandy beach. Call for more details,
398-9080 exi 211
$1800. 6 mo. + pool. Consider Lease Op.
tion. 568-4818.
maculate peaceful $1550'mo. 249-6166.
PONTE VEDRA- 2BR/2BA, attached ga-
rage,. urmished, all appliances, includes
W/D. $1200/mo. Mark 338-3230.
1/2 MONTH FREE rent. Villas At Marsh
Landing, 1/1, upper. Iplace. garage.
$835/mo TDO Management Services.
CONDO "FOUNTAINS'. Pome Vedra. 695
A1A N. 3BR/ 2BA. Lease $1295 or
buy $239,900. Very clean 246-6649.
PONTE VEDRA. Walk To Beach. Furnish-
ed 1BR/1BA. waier-lo-goll view, pool,
tennis. $1250.mo includes utilities
396-9544 or (904)6080962 .
PVB. 2BRj2BA. ready to move in, Saw-
grass CC. 285-6423.
JAX BEACH- Luxury 2BR/2BA condo in
gated community. 10'ceilings, granite
counter-topp, SS appliances Minutes to
each, shopping, restaurants. $1800/mo.
904-891-5843, Accent Properties
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, 3blks from
ocean. $1000/mo. $600/dep Call Derek
eat In kitchen, washer/ dryer, new carpet
& paint. 'Like new. $900/mo.
1200sl. fireplace, W/D. 2nd Iloor, new car-
pet, nuge ceilings $1125,'mo. 635-5375.
OCEANFRONT, 2BR/2BA condo, fully lur-
nished/ unfumished Available immediate-
ly. Long-term lease. 465-4101.

4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
nished nomes & condos! From $500 per
week All South Realty. 241-4141.
homes. Weekly/monthly. Visit us at:
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or

S JAX Bcn. 2BR, lully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.

.AR& 4BR.B9A ,h6'lr.i $O3moi f n[
with utilities, $100/dep: No'dru'gs. 537-
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/2BA wipool, Jax
Beach. $550/mo -deposit, includes utilit-
ies (904)249-1890
ATLANTIC BCH- responsible person,
$450/mo +1/3 utilities. 8 blocks to beach,

Beach Body Towing Co., Inc. gives
Notice of Foreclosure ol Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on November 29,
2006, 9:00 am at 922 7th Ave S., Jack-
sonville Beach, FL 32250-4208. pursuant
to subsection 713d78 of the Florida Stat-
utes Beach Body Towing Co, Inc re-
serves the right to accept or ireeci any
and/or all bids. Cash only, day of sale No
titles, warranties or guarantee of lilies "As
12011972 2002 HOMEMADE
1B3XC46R4MD173278 1991 DODGE
1B7MF36W5SS109316 1995 DODGE
1C3EU4538SF528197 1995 CHRYSLER
1FMEU1769VLB96130 1997 FORD
1G1GZ11ZOHP119993 1987 CHEVY
1G1ND52F65M126560 2005 CHEVY
1G2BT69Y7GX244133 1986 PONTIAC
1G2JB12FX47320398 2004 PONTIAC
1G4HP54CXMH408654 1991 BUICK
1G8ZK5577RZ330340 1994 SATURN
1GCEC14H4GF395634 1986 CHEVY
1LNBP96F6GY735447 1986 LINCOLN
1LNLM82W2SY716531 1995 LINCOLN
1MELM6244VH620894 1997 MERCURY
1N4BU31D2RC175903 1994 NISSAN
1P3AP28DORN 174864 1994 PLYMOUTH
1Y1SK5287WZ404707 1998 CHEVY
2C1MR2460L6008920 1990 CHEVY
JHMEH6160SS008819 1995 HONDA
JN1EB31PORU337581 1994 NISSAN
JN1HJ01F8PTI31997 1993 NISSAN
WDBDA28D8JF479914 1988 MER.
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1000 sqfl, signage; avail, at 3010 S. 3rd
St Call 247-1770 for into.
3 OFFICE Rental Spaces in Jax Beach/
South 3rd St.- two upstairs units 9 700s(
ea. (one has a kilchen/ lunch area;, one
downstairs unil @ 1400s1.- rental rates
are from $760 base per month, depending
on size and amenities. Call 247-1770 lor
appt to view
$345/mo. PVB Furnished/ Uniumished.
EXCELLENT SPACE for lease. Beach
Plaza on Beach Blvd Call Jonathan, 866-

2 BEAUTIFUL, happy, healthy calico kit-
tens are ready for a good nome Call Kirs.
ten at the oltice 246-5548

AKC & CKC Pomeranians, prices start at
$300. Call 904-859-4310
champion bloodline, blk/tan. red/rusi,
tails/dc, POP, 339-4579
PAPILLON PUPPIES- Taking .deposits,
excellent, homes: Extremely Intelligent,
tiny. 669-7739.


WHAT DESTROYS Relationships? An-
swer pg 446 Buy and Read Dianetics by
L. Ron Hubbard'Send $8.00 to: Hubbard
Dianetics Foundation, 3102 N. Habana
Ave., Tampa FL 33607 (813)872-0722.

POLLY, WHY won't',you talk to me?
Please, let's talk. Larry.
MALE SEEKING live-in companion. Will
compensate for light housework duties,
etc Ok if employed Call 247-2706.

NEED A LAWYER? Protect Your Rights
Nowl Criminal... Personal Inlury Bank-
ruptcy... Divorce.. Labor Law. Hurt Har-
assed.. Immigration. Wills All legal mal-
ters A-A-A Attorney Reierral Service Pri.
vate Trial Lawyers Stalewide 24 Hours
listed divorce papers Without Kids while
you wait) With kids ta little longer) Since
1981/by appl. only (904)641-2187.
DIVORCE $275-$350. Covers children,
etc Only one signature required' Excludes
gov. lees! Call weekdays 1800)462-2000
ext 600 (8am-7pm) Alta Divorce. LLC
Established 1977.


tice of Foreclosure ol Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on 11/15/2006,
9:00 am at 153 LEVY ROAD ATLANTIC
BEACH, FL 32233, pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida Staltuies.
the nghi lo accept or relecl any ano/or all
1976 F37MCA27491 FORD
1977 CBA73001M77A COBIA
1977 3N69F7C 120918 OLDSMOBILE
1982 1GCEG25H9C7119771 CHEVY
1983 MNRZ8023M83D WINNE
1984 1GTCS14BOE2500079 G M CORP
1984 YV1AX8847E2036330 VOLVO
1987 2FABP73F7HX152177 FORD
1987 ST2C0258E787 LAZR
1987 1JCMU7413HT138223 JEEP
1988 1MEPM36X1JK629425 MERCURY
1989 JHMCA5635KC097561 HONDA
1989 1G6KS5150KU803979 CADILLAC
1989 JN1HJ01P9KT212346 NISSAN
1990 2G3AL54R8L2355485 OLDS
1990 1HGED3545LL007876 HONDA
1990 1B4FK54R7LX144289 DODGE
1991 JN1HJ01P8MT551070 NISSAN
1991 1G2FS23TOML223802 PONTIAC
1992 1FTCR10A2NTA60188 FORD
1992 4D6EB0814NA000459 'CARGO
1992 2MECM74W4NX677178 MERCURY
1993 1G4AG55N4P6428464 BUICK
1993 JM 1BG2246P0579389 MAZDA
1993 1G4CW53L1P1652477 BUICK
1993 1N4EB32A6PC788319 NISSAN
1994 1GNDM19W8RB214181 CHEVY
1995 1GCCS1945S8169454 CHEVY
1995 2T1AE09B1SC 109960 TOYOTA
1995 PLR06433H495 PLR 1
1995 1FMDU32X9SUB76649 FORD
1996 1B4GP54R1TB157025 DODGE
1996 4S3BK4950T8936408 SUBARU
1996 4C3AU52N3TE428525 CHRYSLER
1997 1G JC5243V7279055 CHEVROLET
1997 1YVGE22C4V5598763 MAZDA
1997 1FMDU32XXVUD42262 FORD
1998 4A3AK34YOWE009516 MITSU
1999 KNAFB1218X5809790 KIA
1999 3VWCB61 E1 XM807815 VW
1999 1G1NE52M4X6275259 CHEVY
1999 2T1CF22P3XC198025 TOYOTA
2000 2T1CF22P8YC371118 TOYOTA
2000 KLATA5265YB550987 DAEWOO
2002 1B3ES26C92D571075 DODGE
2004 2G2WP522041346324 PONTIAC
2005 1N4AL13D45N407547 NISSAN
i",2005 1G1JC5SF257162,77 CHE._ROLET
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

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The following vehicle will be sold at public
auction, per FI Stat 713.585 at 10:00 AM
on November 17, 2006 at Lienor's ad-
dress to satisfy a lien against said
vehicles) for labor, services and storage
charges. No titles, as is, cash only.
1989 Mercedes 300E 4D
VIN, WDBEA30D1 KA945140
Owner: Ronnie Lee Dozier
9106 Devonshire Blvd, Jacksonville FL
Lienholder: Loanmax LM407
1320 Boone Ave, Kingsland GA 31548
Cash sum to redeem vehicle: $3962.10
Lienor: Brumos Motor Cars Inc
10231 Atlantic Blvd, Jacksonville FL
32225 Phone: 904-724-1080
Notice to owner or Ilenholder that he' has a
right to a hearing any time prior to sale
date by filing with the clerk of the court.
Owner has the right to recover vehicle by
posting bond in accordance with Fl Stat
559.917. Net proceeds from sale in ex-
cess of amount claimed by lienor will be
deposited with the clerk of the court. In-
terested parties, :contact: State Filing
Service, Inc. (772) 595-9555.

BL 11/1/06

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American Red Cross is offering a training
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desire to become a certified nursing assis-
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more information, please call us at 904-
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All levels styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available
241-4954. 655-3300.
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AM COOK 9.30am-1-30pm Arternoon
Teacrier. 3-6pm. otr church pre-school at
ine Peach Some experience require
Dependable applicants only 246-2891 for
HHA, CNjA. & Companion Sitltes wanted
[or SS. ARL. Beaches areas. Top Payl
Apply --' 3515 Hendricks Ave Underhilli
Slafling. Inc. 4HHA21206096
QUICK BOOKS non-payroll two 4-hour
da'v's per week Good pay small PV office.
Send resume lo SBT P.O. Box 3039
PvB, FL-32004-3039
NANNY NEEDED. PVB requires light
nousew,:,rk & reliable transporaltion to pick
up tIoadler trom school PiT l2pm-6pm
weekdays 923.7796
N ANNY NEEDED reliable Iransportation,
8am-6pm. Mon. Wed & Thurs. Releren.
rces requ.rea, Susan. 610-2031
Se- molaled las i moving, Ilexible. multi-.
lasik person Must be able to follow di-
rections. Reliable iransponairon a musl.
6pm-1030pm or later. Call Debbie alter
2pm 285-3400. exi 3352 DFWP
HOUSEKEEPER FOR elderly apartment
ouiltinra 1t care tor public areas. Ilexible
hOurS Apply in person- Pablo Towers. 115
Souin 3rd Street EOE.
GOLF RETAIL Sales/ CSR. Part-lime/
'Full- time. Some travel possible. Hourly.
-Caddyshack Golf, Beaches Area. Fax
resume 270-0437 Email:
caddvshacklla,' 'an net
OFFICE HELP- bookkeeping & secretarial
duties Must know OuickBooks, Excell,. &
nave ,aiid drivers license. Mail resume to-
MSD, PO Box 1323 Ponte Vedra Bch, FL
32004. .

DRIVER NEEDED Experience ;n furniture
or appliance delivery helpful 285-2426.
HOSTESSES WANTED. mus be 16 or,
older and be able to work weekends Top
wages! Apply in person. Campeche Bay
Cantina, 127 1st Ave No, 249-3322.

Every Saturday and' Sunday, 7pm to
7am, and 7am to 7pm, at a Premier Re-
tirement Community Health Center. Ap-
plications available.at Fleet Landing Se-
cu'rity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-'
lantic Beach,, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug.Free Workplace
P,T OR F,T receptionisi w.' Ighi secretarial
dul;es, 285 3730
PART-TIME' evenings in our main dining
room. Flexible schedule Some holidays,
and weekends necessary. Great work en-
vironment Applicaions at Fleel Landing
Securiry Gate. One Fleet Landing Blvd.
Allanic Beach. FL. Fax lo 9041246-9447.
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com Web-
site Ileetlanding.com. EOE,'. Drug-Free
Workplace. .
BARTENDER WITH experience needed,
please apply in person o10 Govanni's. 1161
Beacr, Blvd JB, 2419.7787
PT SITTER, regular basis [or weekdays,
occasionally weekends Releiences a
must 372-9633
energetic person 1hal can real our pa-
"henis. Ike royalty muli-lask and keep I
smiling, Computer skills required 8-2 or 2-
8 s-r,,is available Call Ponie Vedra Churo-
practic Meaicine P PT 285-ACHE (2243).
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed for busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
,ous kennel experience preferred. Apply in
person: Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
Beach Blvd., Jax Beach. 246-2045.
WANTED, PART time attorney to review
legal documents. Please send resume to.
4600 Touchton Rd., Suite 1150, Jackson-
ville, FL 32246. .
Country Club seeks a nationally accredit-
ed certified personal trainer with experi-
ence to design safe and effective pro-
grams for our members. Flexible sched-
ule. CPR cert. Apply in person, Tues -
Sun. PV/Beach, 285-1909. Drug
WANTED, PART time bookkeeper to re-
view business documents. Please send
resume to 4600 Touchton Rd., Suite 1150,
Jacksonville, FL 32246.
Now hiring a part-time tennis shop attend-
ant for afternoons and weekends.
PT/ FT. Work from home. Must be able to
work with spandex, using a serger with
cover stitch. Non-smoker. Call for details.

New restaurant in Jax Bch otters employ-
ees greal pay & tun atmosphere. Apply in
person: 1500 Beach Bh,d I111.
Full Time Gotlf Course Mainmltenance staff.
Excellent beneirts lor FT include vacation.
sick. 401k, health benelils. Apply in per.
son Tues-Sai, call 285-6514 for
directions. Drug testing/EOE.
FULL lime Monday Friday with e4cCiient
benefits at Premier Retirement Communi-.
ty Applicallons available at Fleel Landing
Security Gale. One Fleet Landing Blvd..
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. Fax resume to
(904)246-9447, email to
jobs@fleetleanding.com Websile at
www.fleetlanding.com. EOE/ Drug-Free
EXPERIENCED F/T help needed lor kitch-
en. Please apply at Gene's Seafood Res-
laurant 1249 Penman Rd.
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Musl be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and nolidays Must
pass drug test and background check
Call Robert @ 465-0149.
VETERINARY TECH needed for hign vol-
ume vet clinic. At least lyr. expenence re-
quired Competitive salary, excellent ben-
elits Fax resume to 246-3061 or call
246-2045 for more into. Beaches Animal
Clinic, 937 Beach Blvd Jax Beach
HAIRSTYLIST OR Massaget Fac.alist
'wanted to rent spacious private room in
Jax Beach hair salon. $150/wk Call
270 0997 ask for Debi.

The Waggoners trucking is seeking an As-
sistant Shop Foreman for our Jackson.
ville, FL car haul location Applicant must
have own tools. CDL A plus. We have an
excellent pay scale, benefits and 401K.
Apply in person at 848 Eastpon Rd or lax
resume to: 904-696-9227

SERVERS. Marsh Landing Country Club
has lull Time & part time positions availa-
ble. Starting al $10.'nr. Excellent benefits
lor FT Apply in person Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 for directions 'Drug
LUNCH and Dinner Servers. You make
good money working with good people in
a busy waterfront restaurant 285-0139.
Seeking service Techs In Jacksonville to
provide PM & Demand Repairs or t leet.
tools req'd. Benefits. M-F days. Bckgrnd
& drug test req'd. Contact Misty:
mgreen@butlar.com 800-916-9664.
FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm al Premiere Re-
tirement Community. Excellent beneli
package, competitive wages good work-
ing environment Applicalions available at
Fleet Landing Security Gale, One Fleet
Landing Blvd. Atlantic Beach FL. Fax to
1904)246-9447 e-mail to jobs@fleelland-
ing.com EOE. Drug-Free Workplace
showroom sales dulies as needed at a
well established marble and gianile im-
porter located at the beach Knowledge ol
stone materials and design helpful Salary
and benelits negotiable upon experience
Fax resume to 241-3204
Baptist Pediatrics at both Ponte Vedra and
San Jose offices currently have, positions
available for'Office Specialists. Ideal can-
didates will 'have a HS Diploma or GED
and 1-2 years of healthcare'clerical expe-
rience along with excellent customer serv-
Ice and phone skills. Duties include patient,
registration, charge entry and payment
posting and assisting patients with busi-
ness matters. Medical terminology and pri-
or medical front desk experience, prefer-
Baptist Pediatrics is currently seeking a
Medical Assistant at the Ponte Vedra of-
fice. Responsibilities will include giving
immunizations, plotting graphs, plating
throat & urine cultures and being able to
handle babies/children. MA certification
For consideration please apply online at:
www.e-baptisthea th.com
or fax resume to Attn: Office Manager at:
Baptist Health Is an' Equal Opportunity

BONO'S BBQ In Neptune Bch is accept-
Ing applications for Cooks, full & partlme.
Apply in person btwn 2-5pm.
NOW HIRING Nail Technician & Estheti-
cian. Chair rental for part time Hairstylist.
Jax Bch. 246-2122.

LINE COOKS' needed, full time or part
time. Must be able to work weekends. Top
wages! Tired of the chains? Come to work
at a good, fun independent restaurant. Ap-
ply In person, Campeche'Bay Cantiha,
127 1st Ave. No, 249-3322.
Full Time: Small Engine Mechanic at a
remier retirement community. Excellent
benefits. Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd. At-
lantic Beach, FL. Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE.
Drug-Free Workplace.
Marsh Landing Country Club (Ponte Ve-
dra Beach). FT, Tuesday- Saturday with
excellent benefits including 401k vac.,
sick. Looking for personable individual for
receptionist and administrative duties for
country club. Must be able O10 mullti-lask
Excellent phone skills ana computer skills
required Apply in person Tuesday- Saiur.
day. 285-6514 Drug testing EOE.
JANITORIAL HELP needed Seeking PiT
& F/T cleaning crew to work In K-Man ir,
Neptune Beach. 3rd snin Cleaning and'
or floor care exp is a plus but nol re.
quired. Please call 1.800-860-8057 Job
reference #8884.
perience prelerred but willing to train righl
person. Apply in person at 1210 N. 3rd
St:, Jax Beach.
seeking an ADMIN. ASSISTANT Must
have professional attitude within Ithe ability
to prioritize, mulli-task, manage, delegate
and career ambition. Great opportunity lor
high income with advancement and no
weekends Call 207 7757 ext 215
fold Erectors, Carpenters. Skilled person-
nel. Call 249-8147 or 726-5661.
NEED INTERIOR trim carpenters and
helpers. Dependable. own transportation.
Call 635-1395
OFFICE CLEANERS needed for cleaning
nightly. Will train, must have transporiallon
and phone Call 273-2761
Marsh Landing Country Club Is hiring ex-
perienced line cooks and dishwashers.
excellent benefits for lull time Apply in
person Tuesday-Saturday. Call 285-6514
for directions Drug tesling/EOE
seeking an experienced SALES FLOOR
MANAGER. Must have call center/ sales
management experience: Security and
Surveillance ISSI) preferred wlh
W.l.T.mentallty and work ethic Establish-
ed start-up company with big plans for
growlh'in marketing and sales force, facili
ty expansion including brand expansion
and industry identity Professional wanted
to assist in sales and marketing efforts
Salary commission +bonus and opportu-
nity tor advancement, with no week-
ends. Call 207-7757 ext 215
TRAINERS FOR day program. Work w/
adults who have M.R./D.D M-F. 8am-
4pm. Apply 850 61h Ave South, Suite 500.
249-8556. EOE/DFWP

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A key opportunity is here.

Sales position

at the Beaches!

The Beaches Leader, Ponte
Vedra Leader is looking for an
advertising sales representative to work in the Beaches community.
Growth potential and established accounts working for an award-
winning, locally owned newspaper. Candidates should have sales
experience, and should be goal-oriented. Base plus commission.
Send resume to linda@beachesleader.com or bring it to 1114
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
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Avante at Jacksonville Beach, a 165-bed
SNF is seeking a file clerk to support two
departments. Must be a HS graduate,
have prior office and telephone experi-
ence, and be familiar with Microsoft Word
and Excel. Duties Include filing, copying,
answering telephones, pulling records and
mailing out invoices and letters. Hours are
Mon.-Thurs., 8am-4:30pm and Friday
8am-12:30pm. Salary' is $9/hr. Please
email resume to www.avantegroup.com,
attention Human Resources, or apply in
person at: 1504 Seabreeze Avenue, Jack-I
sonville Beach, FL 32250.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
Seeking responsible reliable individuals.
Must be bondable. Serious inquiries only.
Leave msg al,716-8824.

FULL-TIME (Split Shift) in our main dining
room Musl oe available weekends. Holi-
daeys 3 must Great Denetris and work en-
virormeni. Applications at Fleel Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Aliantic Beach FL, Fax To 1904i246-9447.
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com Web.
site fleeilanding corn. EOE' Drug-Free

FULL-Time. 3pm-liprm at Premiere Re-
liremeni Community Excelleni benefil
package, competitive wages, good work-
ing environment Applications available at
Fleel Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd.. Allanlic Beac,: FL, Fax lo
0904 246-9447. e-mail to jobs@fleetland-
Ing.com EOE. Drug-Ftee Workplace.

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perscnel Brothers Services, Inc. 246.
PAINTERS WANTED: Must have basic
nand tools and transponallon. DFWP
Scott Paining Inc 1904)710-6732.
CHIRO CLINIC seeks a motivated, pois-
ed, indiv w/personallty plus o10 serve as
Front Desk AssI Heavy phones, dala en-
try. appoints and maintaining paltent lies.
Excellent Interpersonal and communica-
lion skills -a musll Send resume to
pvbdr@aol.com or 'fax 904-273-4607.
Approximately 35hrs per week
NANNY. GOOD Pay, PT/FT, days. Trans-
portation references needed. 241-2723
TAYLOR LANE Day Spa, oeacnes loca-
tion. nring lor hairstylils to rent station.
Call Pame 591-1683.
FULL-TIME, 1.30pm to 9:30prm in main
dining room kitcnen. Dependability and
punctuality a must Excellent benelts and
great work environment To apply. appli-
cations available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate One Fleel Landing Blvd.. Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax to (904)246-9447.
e-mail tojobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace
LAWN CARE Technician needed lor
Beach company. No experience required
$30K,- tat yr. or top performers earn
$-10Ki Benelits retirement. Drug Iree
workplace Full Training provided. Call
241 .7874
WE'RE RAISING pay ror Florrda Regional
drivers' Home every weekend! Home dur.
ing the weekly Solid weekly miles' 95'c: no
touch! Preplanned Iteighll $.43 per mile
Heartland Express 18001441-4953
www.heartlanaexpress corn
DENTAL ASSISTANT Beaches lull-tme.
some experience necessary Call or lax
resume 285-3128


Dishwashers,. Fine Dining. JJ's Bistro.
Ponte Vedra, 273-7980. Gate Parkway,
GOLF RETAIL/ Sales/ CSR. Full-time/
Part- time. Some travel possible. Hourly.
Caddyshack Golf, Beaches Area. Fax
resume 270-0437 Email:
DRIVER- ACT NOW...Hiring OTR & Local
Drivers *Earn $4,000 in.bonuses your 1st
year *New Equipment *Premium Pay
Package *No HazMat Required -Call
(877)882-6537-Oakley Transport,.We care
about our drivers
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Glean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
seeking experienced SALES REPRE-
SENTATIVES for fast growing office with
new marketing campaigns and expansion
plans. Must have sales experience with
strong work ethic and great attitude. Ex-
cellent .opportunity for flexible hours, top
pay, high commission with advancement,'
management opportunity .and no Week-
ends. Call 207-7757 ext. 210.
0.0 Driver The I,.S is higher nerel Zero
downilow payments $1 1F Avg. $2.000
Productivity Bonus $2.600 Relerral Bonus
Base plate provided. FFE 18001569-9298.
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Irnercoasial areas, at least 23 yrs old.
good driving record. Call 249-0360
& PM Line Cook Weekends required. Pay
neg. with exp. Fax 904-246-9121. email
accounting selvamarina corn. or apply in
person. DFWP
Oceanside Bank has an excellent opponu-
nily available for a Loan Review Special.
ist The Loan Review Specialist is respon.
sible for reviewing all consumer and cornm.
merclal loans lor completeness, accuracy
and compliance with regulations, laws and
bank policies. Applicants are required to
have a High school diploma or equivalent
Two years of previous experience working
for a financial instllulton in a similar ca-
pacity is desired. Basic knowledge o. ac.
counting principles. Working knowledge ol
financial instilulion loan policies and pro-
cedures plus federal and stale regulations
and laws Good verbal ana written corn
munication skills. Ability to eflecively deal
w*ih customers and loan officers An ad-
vanced computer skill to include the ability
to use Microsoh Outlook, Word and Excel.
Familiarity wilnh using various financial in.
strulion programs and software For im-
mediate consideration, please mail your
resume and cover letter to Oceanside
Bank, Atention' Human Resourcles.
13799 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida
32224 or lax to (904) 247-4672. EOE
MANAGER in nolistic. internal medical ol-
flice Full /part time secretarial, clencal.
and support of M D a unique settlling. Ex-
perience required in answering phones.
computers; communications and public-re-
lations. Must be enthusiastic, dependable.
consistent, and an excellent maich. Fax
resume with references. no phone calls
please. Persephone Healing Arts Center
FAX. 1904)246.3778.
Ciry of Allantic Beach Slarting pay
$14.09/hr +benehtis Siarling pay it CMC
designated is $15.37'hr benefitss. Must
be Nolary Public lor Slate of FL or be aile
to obtain within 6 mos of hire. Musl be
able to attend evening meetings and lake
& Transcribe minutes Performs a varnely
of detailed administrative/ secretarial
lasks Applications accepted until
11.08'06 and may De obtained at
www-coab.us or 800 Seminole Rd Allan-
tic Beach, FL 1904)247-5820 No smokers'
tobacco users Drug testing conducted.

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WAITSTAFF NEEDED, breakfast 8 lunch. PAINTERS WANTED for custom home
weekends a must 241-1985 painting. Transportation & experience re-
quired. 635-9249

MEDICAL ASSISTANT- immediate open.
ing for last paced internal medicine ohice.
Must nave 1 year experience working
back office wilh physician Competitive
salary & benefits Call 241-8300 or lax re-
sume: 241-0831.

DRIVERS -CAR hauling career. GREAT
HOME TIME' Exceptional Pay & Benefitst
Paid Training' Min 1 yr. Class-A CDL exp.
req.The Waggoners Trucking (912)571-
9668 OR t8660413-3074.

* Hilton

Garden Inni j

o Front Desk Clerk


F/T,, 8/' Positi ilable ,,..........
Excellent"S iarm r :' .:.
Benefitsg iclule Hleath th., Pid Vacatijn, '
Travel Discounts & Flexible Schedules
Apply in person @ 45 PGA Tour Blvd., Ponte Vedra

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Positions Availalie
Senior Exec. Assistant Stewarding Supervisor

Sales Admin. Assistant Honor Bar Supervisor

Front Desk Supervisor Room Service Server AM

Maintenance Engineer Spa Supervisor

* 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 0
Website: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070
We Loo] o w ad t ol eet i SIYou Soon

..........Av AA Expect Nothing Less
M'"tNIPN ," Than "Five Diamonds"

Do something special for yourself today! Work with one of the
premier luxury resorts in the world by joining the elite staff at
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. Our exceptional work environment is
one of the most sought after for career satisfaction.
We have the following full & part-time positions available:

Desk Agents/Bellstaff
Server/Dining Attendant
Dishwashers/Pastry Cook
Guest History/PBX
Retail/Food Attendant
Conference Set Up Attend.
Beach Reception/Doorperson
Equipment Operation/Mechanic
Delivery/Laundry Attendant
We offer an excellent benefits package including medical/dental, life
insurance, sick and vacation days, and discounts at our retail outlets, golf
course and spa. For immediate consideration apply in person to
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm or forward resume to:
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd.
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
Job Line: 904-280-3607 Fax: 904-273-7753
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464

sa& Oceanfront Excellence

Baptist Medical Center-Beaches
1350 13th Avenue South

Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
Apply online at:www.ebaptisthealth.com

* Patient Access Rep II 3p-11:30p M-F
* Unit Secretary 7a-7p
medical terminology completed required
* Radiology Technologist Lead 10a-6:30p M-F
* Radiology Technologist 3,11:30p M-F ,
:Ultrasound Sonographer Lead 9a-6p M-F
SUltrasound Sonographer 2:30-11p M-F
* Exercise Specialist BA-BS required 7:30a-4p MI-F
* Medical Lab Assistant II 4a-12:30p
* Lab Supervisor 11 p-7:30a
* Physical Therapist 8a-4:30p
. MRI Technologist 10a-6:30p M-F
* Nuclear Medicine. Technologist 9:30a-6p M-F
* Associate Care Providers (CNA) 7a-7p or 7p-7a
rotating weekends
Dietary-Food Service Associates lla-6:30 +
rotating weekends
Environmental Service Technician 8a-4:30p +
rotating weekends
Environmental Service Technician llp-7:30a +
rotating weekends
Groundskeeper 7:30a-4p M-F


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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

CONDO CLEANING: Daytime new con- CONVENIENCE STORE for sale In Talla-
structon move-n cleaning. Jax Bch. hassee; earns $35,000 selling groceries
636-7515.structlon movein cleaning. Jax B. from inside; includes gasoline commission
checks ; contact Adam (850)574-6125.

Join our team If you can excel at Inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may have an excellent
opportunity for you. You will join a Nation-
alcompany & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Prefer candidate with experience in Inside
sales, customer service, or telemarketing.
Excellent communication skills a must,
Ability to handle business accounts. Base
pay plus commissions. FT/PT, no eye-
'nings or weekends. Fax resume:
(904)285-0010 or email:

"Be Part of the Best"
Front Desk-Night Auditor
Apply at the
Fairfield Inn & Suites
1616 N. First St.
We offer great pay, paid canon &
personal time, Hearth/vision/dental
insurance, 401K.,

Come Jin h

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YOUI Very successful restaurant located
on 2 acres In the heart of Sequatchee Val-
ley just north of Pikeville, TN Is looking for'
a new owner that can take It to the next
level. The business consists of three lev-
els; upper living quarters of over 1800 sf.,
main restaurant level of 4,000 sf. and a
lower level of 4,000 sf. Tremendous po-
tential awaits the enterprising entrepre-
neurl Did I mention that an undetermined
amount of antique toys go with the sale?
Serious Inquiries only. Please contact
Donna Kerley with Third Tennessee Real-
ty at 931-260-9614.
ALL CASH candy route. Do you earn
$800/day? 30 machines, free candy. All
for $9995. (888)629-9968. B02000033.
Call us: We will not be undersold!
tributors wanted immediately: Coptact: in-
f6@ehurricaneshutters.com -(305)322-
4757. Clear Panels Rolling Shutters -Ac-
cordian Shutters.
ALTERATIONS & Tailoring Business for
sale. Call 349-9969 for details

BOWLING FAMILY Daycare has openings
lor 1 yr olds and up starling immediately.
For into call 220-6059 or 476-4251
ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable.
transportation & references $10-$12/nr..
any area. CPR & First Aid P/T or F.T.

ing. cooking, errands, bill paying, organiz-
er, secretarial. etc. Part -time only 30
years exp.. 318-9216
MATURE woman (27) looking for full time
or part lime watching children, cleaning
house, doing laundry I can be a full time
live-in or just pan time. Very flexible Ref-
erences upon request. Isabel at 540-6499.

CERTIFIED NURSES AId; ten yrs. exp. 'In
total home health care. $10/hr.; will live in
weekend FSS."Also relief work holidays,
'etc (904) 885-2200.

CHRISTIAN MEDICAL Assistant, Caregiv-
er PV Area Experienced. Dependable,
References. M-F, 742-8895

PIER I Queen Bedroom suite, dresser
headboard, & entertainment center, excel-
lent condition. $800, Haveny's leather so-
ta. $600; Sofa Express ChaIse & ottoman.
oil wnite. $500 Call 536-1193.
MISS IT' Fall delivery or deposit holds till
spr.ng. 25x40 x14 $5800. 40x60'x16
$12,800 Front end optional. Other sizes
available. Pioneer. (8001668-5422
Avialor., 4'x8'. reconditioned excellent ta-
ble. $3000 OBO Call Joel 1904)535-5293
26' LADIES Schwinn bicycle, 5spd, $40.
Weeoeaier, exc cond., $30. Long wetsuii
$60, shown wetsuin $35. Call 654-4414.
METAL ROOFING, Save $. Buy direct
Irom manulaclurer 20 colors in stock with
all accessories Quick turn around Deliv-
ery available Toil tree (888)393-0335.

November 4th & 5in, at the Morocco
Shrine. 3800 St Johns Bluff Road, Jack-
sonville North Florida Aims Collectors
info 19041461-0273

- BED- KING matiress-sel $289 Can de-

:'6 PIECE' Bedroon i'Set includes queen
mattress & box, new still in boxes $499.
Can deliver. 858-9350
QUALITY RESTAURANT booths, singles,
doubles. six-lops, black. Great for your
kitchen al name. tool Vince or Tom. 249-
HIDE-A-BED SOFA $35, chair $25. mir-
rors $10 eacr. carpel $20, 859-7279
RECORDS: 50'S. 60s. 70's Hardly used
to new. Jazz Io Beethoven. 100+
BED- FULL SIZE cherry sleigh bed,
w.madtress & box spring. Must sell $395
Can deliver 1904)858-9350

CANNON PRINTER pixma iP 4200 series.
$60, HP keyboard, $10 & MicroSoh Wheel
mouse, optical $10. 246-1461.
QUEEN SIZE mat/boxiframe $100 2 twin
mat/box/frames $60ea. Clean, quality
beds Can deliver. 246-1832.
QUEEN MAT! box/ frame, $100: leather
love seat, beige. $150. 223-6850.
A FIVE piece sectional sola, sage green
cnenille. large ottoman 5x7 rug, 4 years
old. cash only $300. 246-2749

58" SONY big screen TV wienlertalnment
center. 4 Pioneer speakers, the equalizer
and 310 CD disc changer, $1700 OBO

Il~hk OA ARm

BARTENDER SERVICE- friendly, experi-
enced licensed banenaer available ior
holiday season iunctions PV o10 All Bcn.
area Call Russ at 561-703-2577.
SEWING MACHINE Repairs Complete
tune-up. All makes,. all models $49 50.


MULTI FAMILY, Sat,, 8am; turn., tools, LIGHTHOUSE POINT Community Garage
housewares, much more, 1214 1st Ave. Sale. Beach Blvd. at Intercoastal. Satur-
No. day, 8am.

W-l"I'Mme a MOMu'IE~

759-1612. Free Delixeryl
WINTER'S ON the way! Be ready' Seas-
oned firewood; cords & half cords availa-
ble, wtnm Iree delivery. Call 334-3157

tified. 15 years experience. House calls
References Call Mark-- (904)553-2343.

= applications. house tlvls, trainlrng.t si'Ls.
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tecn. 904-249-3034 or email
cailrob@comcast net.

Computer and printer repair services, vi-
rus protection, upgrades, networks Com-
mercial & residential service throughout
Duval and St. Johns Counties. Our shop.
your business. or home Atlantic Laser.
1521 Penman Rd.. Jax Beacn Call 247-

SSmart, Sleek & Modern Kitchens By

**":'".. L 41 iG'B U I L D E R S k L -u JL .: .. .

Now Offering
Full Remodeling,
'f Room Additions &
Residential Painting Services

First Consultation $0

-. j. 904.298.4917

Scare Licensed & Insured Residential Contractor CRC 1326448
9310 Old Kings Road S.. Suite 1902 Jacksonville. FL 32256
S-s,-- /v

THE HAMMOCKS (off San Pablo Rd.
near JTB). Sandy Run Lane N., Saturday,
8am-noon. Queen mattress, box springs
and frame, bedside tables, lamps, recliner,
bookcase and misc. items.

2002 HARLEY Davidson Electra Glide
Classic, black, garage kept and always
covered, one owner, 8700 miles, lots of
chrome and accessories. $13,000. O.B.O.
2001 HD XL 1200C Sportster, extra
chrome,. custom seat, new tires/ brakes,
5800 miles, excellent condition, $7999,

AUCTION- 827+/- acres -divided. Novem-
ber 9 10am Scotland Road, Dublin, GA.
Timberland, hunting, Investment, develop-
ment potential. 10% BP Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388.
www.rowellauctions.com GAL AU-
AUCTION- 220+/- acres divided. 4br, 2
1/2 bath log home. Grady Co., GA. Satur-
day, November 11, 10am, Rowell Auc-
tions, Inc. (800)323-8388. 10%, buyer's
premium GAL AU-C002594 www.rowel-

son, Gretsch, Martin, D'Angelico, Strom-
berg, Rickenbacker, and Mosrite. 1930's
thru 1960's. Top cash paid (800)401-

QUEEN HEADBOARD; footboard, oreak-
last nook w/ ladle & chairs, wood dining
setl wr drop leaf, lealner loveseal- like
new. lamps end tables. eic Early birds &
dealers welcome Sal & Sun.. 539 Upper
8rh Ave S.
HUGE BOOK SALE! Thousands ol books
lor children and adults Movies and music
loo-SI Paul's Catholic Church, in Ihe gym,
Nov 3, 4 & 5, 8am-lpm. bag sale on Sun
DON'T MISS rhis one Walch nexi weeks
Leader for November 11 In sale.
CHAIRS, WICKER, lamps Dooks, and lols
ol misc. Saturday 9AM-2PM, 317 51th Ave


A115 South Third Street'
* Sat., November 4th ,
* 9 a.m. 2 p.m.
Staff will be selling
Hot Dogs from
S 10am 2pm. *
Proceeds will go to *
American Cancer
Association *
*A 'S 9 & A ? wi.

TWO BIG garage sales in Ocean Cay
community.' Furniture, household items &
misc., 3288 & 3341 Antigua Dr., Sat.,
11/4, 8am-lpm.
CLOTHING SALE: funky ladies/ juniors
size 1-5; shoes 6-7, new and gently used.
Sat only, 10-2pm; 1414 9th St. No.. -
SAT. 7-3PM, small apple furniture, Coca
Cola rnmemorabilla, children's toys. 1045
23rd St. N.

Bowles St., Saturday, 11/4, ,8am-2pm.
Kids toys, books -and games. Clothes:
men's, women's, girl's; Ralph Lauren; Gap,
and more. Hats, ties, and tons oft-shirts.
Golf clothing, clubs .ad bags. Travel bags
. kitchen stuff, computer items, laser discs,
electronics and much more
MISC ITEMS, something for everyone.
Early Dirds welcome. Saturday. 7am-untii.
2021 San Piper Point. iott ol Flonda Blvd.
& Kings Rd 1434.0480
8AM HOUSEHOLD, fishing, cloning. &
misc 225 Margarel Sl. Nov. 4. Rain dale.
Nov. 11

Paradise Cove. turn off Mayport Rd. to
Levi. Follow signs Homelhre generator,
4400W. inline hockey equipment Glass
for able tops, lamps, B&D grass hog
(new), electronics, books, clothing, tools
computer furniture, tramed anrt, able &
chairs. loosball table. CB radios.

3 condos with lots of good 'sltuf', Saiur-
day. 8am-1pm, 2025 Seminole Rd.
MOVING. SMALL appliances, household
items, furniture Saturday November 4Th,
8am-4pm, 2101 Hidden Cove Cir.
5-FAMILY SALE, Friday. 8am-until. 2643
Stern Dr E.
MULTI-FAMILY SALE, preteen clothes,
water bed & household misc. SATURDAY
8am-lpm. 379 Skate Rd
STORE CLOSING! Giti antiques garden
items Friday Saturday. 9am-4pm 319
121h St.

ESTATE/ MOVING sale; Nov. 9. 8am-
3pm. sofa bed, like new, computer, printn-
er, desk & chair, bookcases; large chair.
lamps. pictures. & rugs: microwave, TV:
work oench & tools, and much, much
more: 236 Patrick Mill Circle (Seaside).
COMMUNITY SALE- The Woodlands.
Saturday 8am 12pm, HWY 210 & A1A.

competent & competitive. pressure wash-
ing. painting. drywall repair, texture & wall
coverings 25 years experience Lic in-
surea, rels. 403-7389.
knotch work guaranteed Paining, trim,
carpentry, wood repair, pressure washing.
Licensed/ Insured Free estumales.
free estimates, work guaranteed, license.
WASHING COMPANY. 15yis experi-
ence. 9,Sie~f(t;AylBlt't .-homes.
2 1 '.rr4 1 ,' ,,. : -, .. :
NEW CONSTRUCTION. remodeling and
repaint. Residential and commercial. Men-
tion this ad. 246-1529
KEN & Sons Painting Inc. Over 30 years
Exp. Licensed & Insured Residential &
Commercial New Business Specials.
Free Estimates. 1904)859-7529 Verifiable
SAVE NOWI interior & Exterior painting
Pressure washing 19yrs. at Beaches.
Free Eslimates. 881-4223.

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

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

1972 VW Camper for sale. $1500. Call
1996 CHEVY Lumina Van, 97K, needs
work, $800 OBO. 249-3368.
89 RANGE Rover, good hunting vehicle,
$4000 OBO. 710-3111.
03 GMC Sherard custom van, 50,000 mi.
factory warranty, 15 seats, 36,000 mi.,
bronze, $18,500 OBO, contact Bdan at
356-0731. ,- '

1983 CHEVROLET Blazer, V-6. auto ,en-
gine runs good. Irans proDlem, 1993 Pon-
liac Sunbird. cosmeiically looks good.
runs. needs work. Boln will turn over and
ru'n. Both for $450. 945-0226.
1995 TOYOTA Camry, power windows/
doors & mirrors, great shape. $3500.
1996 NISSAN Maxima SE, black, AT, A/C,
fully loaded, $3200. 708-3595.
1990 DODGE Van, equipped for the disa-
bled. Lift, hand-controls, good condition.
Low miles. $2500 OBO. 241-0585.
2004 DODGE Durango SLT. w!. owbar.
excellerai condition. $14,900. 241-2723.
1967 CADILLAC Cqup Deville Converti-
ble. See pictures in web. nnpithome-
page.mac.compurduelim'PnoloAibum4 ht
ml. Serious otters only Jim 249 4292.

Rooting, vinyl siding. screen porches and
addilions. Kaichens. balns, tile. walls &
lexiure. Lowest prices and all work guar-
anteed Licensed Call (904)304-9476.
All fields ol Construction Renovations &
Remodeling & more' 25vis experience.
Lic & Ins Free Esl. 703-2054, 223-5720.

Repairs, specializing in termile damage.
raies qualiry work Call George 757-1570.

Painting, pressure washing wood Iloors.
carpentry, tile work. drywall 904-
C&J REPAIR Services Carpentry, Dry-
wall Painling, Paperhanging. Tiling, etc.
Licensed. Insured 955-0593, 241-1461.
QUALITY HOME Repair Painring, Wood
Repair, Pressure Washing and more
17yrs. experience Licensed/ Insured
dependable for quality repairs service
calls paining., improvements and miscel-
laneous ObS" DAVE. 246-6628.

Installation'and repairs. Call 246-5649.

WiEEi1 40

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

FREE DIABETIC supplies! Medicare pa-
tientsl Call Us Toll Free (866)294-3476
and receive a free meter! Am-Med Quality
Diabetic Supplies. I
tor, 65 gal & 35 gal. tanks, 2 hose reels
mounted on 5x8 trailer, 2yrs old, $1750.
BED- BRAND name queen set,
new, w/warranty $129, Can deliver.
GATEWAY LAPTOP Solo 5300 $295.
Zero gravity-recliner $950. Inversion table
$400. Call 535-3272.
IK~,E -- "l --1g Wlk--- r

DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks, ex-
posed river rock, demolition, & room addi-
tions. RK Ballard Construction, Inc. Call
Chuck, 874-6692.

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Due to. neighborhood covenants and re.
strictions. a moving Estate Sale was im-
possible. Therefore. -Lovin FL "selling off
items from "empty nesters" that are down-
sizing and redecorating on eBay. We in-
vite you to go to eBay home page. Click
on "Advanced Search" and search "Sell-
ers" by entering "lovin-fr" or simply enter
item #230043323918. Once on this item,
ou can view other items from the sale.
items include: Historic Charleston Dining
Room Suite by Baker, Leather wingback
chairs. DCS patio healer, two- mahogany
leather inlaid desks, onental rugs, pprce-
lain vases, silver Ilalware, sota table by
Lane, 'upholstered loveseat,, sofa, and
chairs, Henry, Link wicker, bar stools,
chests, brass quill rack, occasional tables,
and mucn more. Check, items as more
items will be added. Local viewing ;s not
possible. Pickup scheduled November
11th.... ; .
UNDERWOOD ESTATE, (founder Under-
wood Jewelry). Much sterl: sets, ig pcs.
Kirk- pitchers, bowls, etc 42 Ig Boehm
birds Set Herend Rothschild Bird Pic-
ard, Royal Doulton. Minion. Worchesier,
morel Old oils, hand colored engrvgs. Old
, Staffordshire dogs, etc Lovely DR set
Inci, bilkfnl, buffet server Baldwin piano.
Fabulous linens. Ton crystal. Lalique.
Walerford, Galle cameo. 25+ Bacarrat
weights. Hs full of fine lurn Jewelry. Nut-.
ling print. '96 Buick Regal. 1133 Oriental
Gardens Rd off San Jose Tn & Fr, 9.4
CHINA CAT 241-0344. See @ cn.naca.
tanlique corn Great sale

18FT 2004 Regal, Runabout. garage kept.
low hours. lish oeplh finder. $13.500 firm
BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40' wah water & electric. $500. 463-2845.
104 BASSTENDER w, Iroiling molor
new battery, Irarler & all accessories
$1600. Call Mike 247-6744.
40' BOAT SLIP for sale, exclusive Har-
bortown Marina. S164K. 463-2845.
60' BOAT Slip. Harbortowne @ Mina Vista
$185.000. 241-0267.





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COMMUNITY YARD Sale, Covington
Creek, San Pablo Rd. Saturday, 11/4, 1994 HONDA CR125, new excel rims,
8am-nooh new moose, pro taper handle bars, runs
great, plus racing gear $950, 207-3485.


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SGators and Bulldogs renew rivalry

Though administrations at both schools currently frown
upon calling it The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail
Party, the annual Georgia-Florida college football game
played in Jacksonville is steeped in tradition. Last Saturday, at
Alltel Stadium, the Gators sprinted out to a 21-0 lead then held
on as the Bulldogs staged a late rally that fell a bit short. Florida
won, 21-14, to keep its national title hopes alive.
Clockwise from top left: Georgia running back Kregg Lumpkin
(6) is blasted by Florida safety Tony Joiner during first quarter
Gators head coach Urban Meyer, right, speaks with freshman
QB Tim Tebow on the sideline. Tebow helped lead Nease High
to a state championship last season.
Lumpkin fumbles the ball on the Bulldogs-opening drive ol the
second half as Gators defensive tackle Marcus Thomas closes
in on the play.
Tebow, right, picks up yardage as Georgia free safety Keith
Johnson trails the play.
Former Fletcher High star Kyle Jackson takes a break during
pre-game warm-ups near the Florida sideline.

Photos by
Rob DeAngelo

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