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September 21, 2007


)PONTE
Vol. 45, No. 27 Serving the communities


VEDRA
of Ponte Vedra Beach, Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, N


An edition of The Beaches Leader




LEADER
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NATURAL

VISIONS



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Stellers Gallery Annex in
Neptune Beach will host the
opening exhibit of fine art
painters Suzanne Magee
and John Bunker tonight.
See story, B-1

AMACSG

GRACES


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A crowd gathers in Atlantic
Beach Tuesday to see
Elizabeth Edwards, wife of
presidential candidate John
Edwards. See story, A-5


HANDS UP

FOR HORNS


Palm Valley marina up for ARC review


By GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER
The principal developer of
the Marina Club at Ponte Vedra
planned near the Palm Valley
bridge said Wednesday he
expects construction will begin
within the next two months.
Randy McNeal has been try-
ing to build the marina, to be
located on the north side of
Roscoe Boulevard on the east
side of the Intracoastal, for
more than four years.


McNeal is to present the plan
Wednesday to the Ponte Vedra
Architectural Review
Committee (ARC), more than
three years after he first went to
the ARC.
"We got an e-mail from the
Department of Environmental
Protection saying that they're
processing the approval," he
said in a telephone interview.
After receiving the DEP's offi-
cial approval in writing, the last
hurdle to breaking ground will


be the ARC approval, he said.
"We had a workshop with
the ARC three and a half years
ago, and we're adhering to
everything they said," he stat-
ed.
"Ground should be broken in
the next 60 days."
Construction on the marina
was delayed last year because
the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers rejected McNeal's
proposed use of a concrete pad
to move boats to and from the


Intracoastal Waterway.
The issue was resolved after
McNeal proposed using inter-
locking pavers instead of the
concrete pad.
A ship's store, restaurant, and
bait and tackle shop are includ-
ed in the marina plans, along
with the boat storage facility.
The proposed storage facility
is 17,400 square feet, and can
hold a maximum of 156 boats.
McNeal purchased the mari-
na property in November 2003


and has made several adjust-
ments to clear the way for its
construction.
The project was initially
stalled in early 2004 when
McNeal was trying to get the
area rezoned by the county.
The rezoning was approved
after he agreed not to sell gaso-
line at the water's edge.
The ARC meeting begins at 5
p.m. at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library.


photo by CHUCK ADAMS Survey posted
Members of the Smith fam-
ily of Ponte Vedra Beach school site
(from left), Courtney, 11; on school ste
mom Kathleen, Caroline, 7,
and Callie, 9, gather
around the "bonfire" at By GRAY ROHRER
Tuesday's Teen Hurricane STAFF WRITER
Party at the Ponte Vedra Students who plan to attend the.high school being
Beach Branch Library to built near Davis Park will be able ,to register as early as
share storm stories. January, the school's principal told a crowd in Ponte
Vedra Beach this week.
"I anticipate that process [registration] will begin in
January sometime," Craig Speziale said Wednesday at
meeting with about 100 audience members.
Significant progress is being made in the develop-
ment of the school, he said at the town hall meeting at
Landrum Middle School, the feeder school for the high
school under construction.
"By December the walls, floors, and those things will
be mostly completed," he said.
The school is being built east of Davis Park about one
mile west of the Intracoastal Waterway. With a few,
/exceptions, residents living east of the school site are
zoned for the school, which is expected to open in
August.
S- Speziale gave an overview of the current progress of'
S--the school in a Powerpoint presentation that
See SPEZIALE, A-3
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mas poto ay GRAY ROHRER
' :. New school principal Craig Speziale speaks with
- School Board member Bill Fehling before the
Wednesday night town hall meeting at Landrum
Middle School..


Youngters show approval of
music by the American Brass
Quintet, which gives a free
concert tonight. See B-1.


AVIATION

AUTHOR

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Robert Gandt, a Navy pilot-
turned-author, will speak
Tuesday in Ponte Vedra
Beach. See story, A-2.


Mayport command changes


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Today's change of command
ceremony at Mayport Naval
Station will be a bittersweet one
for outgoing commanding officer
Capt. Charlie King.
The Mayport base has been an
integral part of King's 27-year mil-
itary career.
Mayport was King's first fleet
assignment in 1985. He was mar-
ried in the Mayport chapel in
1986 and lived in base housing as
a junior grade lieutenant.
Mayport also is where King, a
1982 U.S. Naval Academy gradu-
ate, won his spurs as a helicopter
pilot, first as an officer in charge
of a helicopter detachment and
later as a squadron commander.
"A lot of people can fly. Some
fly by the book and others fly
with the aircraft," Dr. Bruce
Brunson, a retired Navy com-.
mander who was King's instructor
pilot, said Thursday.
"I was an aggressive trainer of
co-pilots, some of whom flew in
fear. But Charlie's reaction to that
was, 'Give me more.' He was com-
fortable flying on the edge."
King, 47, is scheduled to relin-
quish command of Mayport today
in a ceremony on the base. His
successor is Capt. Aaron Bowman.
King actually was due to retire
from the Navy in Sept. 30, 2001,
after commanding Mayport-based
Helicopter Squadron Light 46
(HSL-46).
He was on terminal leave when
9/11 happened. On Sept. 13,
2001, he revoked his retirement
papers.
"My wife said, 'Stop watching


photo by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
Capt. Charlie King in June 2004,
when he took command of
Mayport Naval Station.


the TV and get back into the
Navy,' King recalled in an inter-
view this week.
"I reported to the HSL Wing
staff as chief staff officer. Then I
went to work as Admiral Boensel's
XO [executive officer] at NAS
Jacksonville."
King was tapped as Mayport's
CO in June 2004, an assignment
that returned him to his old flying
grounds.
Fresh out of flight school in


1985, King was assigned to HSL-
42. The unit flew newly minted
Seahawk helicopters, a ubiqui-
toys aircraft still in use at the
base.
"We only had four planes. We
all fit into one little hangar," he
said.
Some consider King a plank
owner in HSL-42, even though
he didn't come aboard until the
unit's fourth detachment was
formed.
His first sea deployment with
HSL-42 was on the USS DeWert, a
frigate still based at Mayport.
Brunson was the officer in
charge of the Seahawk detach-
ment on the DeWert.
"He was a very good stick,"
King recalled.
"He made you fly the airplane
in every mode of degradation.
The training I got from him
saved my life. And I imparted
that wisdom to the kids I flew
with."
King said he survived three
engine failures during his flying
career and fondly remembers
"flying under the hood" with
Brunson, who made King "turn
all his good instruments off"
while in flight.
Brunson, a former instructor
pilot and department head with
HSL-42, said King's flying skills
and leadership potential were
apparent early on.
"He instantly became my third-
ranked lieutenant," said Brunson,
now a college professor and the
executive director of military and
government programs at Florida
Community College at
Jacksonville.
"He had an ability to relate
See KING, A-3 >-


photo by ROB DeANGELO
Nease High swimmer Mychal Tarr competes in
the boys 100-yard butterfly race Tuesday as the
Panthers battled Pedro Menendez High. Nease
easily won the meet. See story on page A-9.


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Lessons from mom imparted to students


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER

When Ponte Vedra school
children were entertained this
week by the Jacksonville
Jaguars' mascot, Jaxson
DeVille, they likely didn't real-
ize they were getting lessons
passed down from the charac-
ter's mother.
Curtis Dvorak, who wears
the DeVille costume at events
and programs throughout the
area, said he tries to impart to
the children some things he
learned at-home.
"Basically all the messages in
the show are things my mom
taught me," Dvorak said before
a performance Thursday at
Rawlings Elementary School.
He also gave two performances
Tuesday at Ponte Vedra-Palm
Valley Elementary.
"We have stories in there
where the emcee [David
Hanscom] says, 'I'm going to
tell you a story that Jaxson's
mom told me.' And that's basi-
cally verbatim what my mom
told me."
Dvorak attended second
grade through high school in
Long Valley, N.J., near
Morristown. He lost his moth-
er, Kay Dvorak, in 2002.
"It's little sayings she always
had, little things she told and
taught me. I put those togeth-
er, and it was like, 'Well,
maybe this saying will kind of
kick in with some of these
kids.'
"Because kids are watching
TV, getting so focused on


who's on MTV, wvho's on E-
Network. It's trying to let them
know you don't have to do
that stuff to be successful in
life," he said.
Dvorak, who's been Jaxson
for 12 years, put together the
in-school program three years
ago.
"I came up with this pro-
gram after nine years of being
in and out of schools all over
north Florida, and being part
of assemblies they had put
together.
My piece was maybe 10-15
minutes. I would sit there and
watch the rest of the assembly,
see kids tuning out, not paying
attention. I thought, 'I think I
can come up with something
that will keep their attention,
and also get a message across
to them'," Dvorak said.
"We come out, talk to the
kids," said Hanscom. "Right
now we're talking about read-
ing . We're bringing some
fun, but also a serious message
at the same time."
Part of the routine is a tele-
phone conversation Hanscom'
has with defensive tackle
Marcus Stroud.
"Marcus calls in and talks to
me during the show," said
Hanscom. "What we added
this year is we put him on
speaker phone so he can talk to
the kids at the same time. It's
pretty neat."
Hanscom said the school
program lets youngsters know
the team cares about them.
"For me, it's giving back to
the community and helping
the kids out. Giving them a
positive message from the


team."
Hanscom said the school
children love Jaxson, and he
and Dvorak both enjoy seeing
the smiles on their faces.
Dvorak became Jaxson
DeVille in 1996, the second
year of the Jaguars, and he's
one of the longest-running
mascots in professional sports.
"In the NFL, there's a guy in
Kansas City, KC Wolf, who's
been doing it 16 to 17 sea-
sons," said Dvorak. "But next
to him, I'm probably the
longest. There's a guy in
Detroit who quit a couple
years ago; He had done it 20
years as a part-time mascot."
This is the third year Jaxson
has been at PVPV/Rawlings,
where principal Kathleen.
Furness calls herself "a huge
Jaguars fan." She's also a
staunch advocate of reading
and math programs.
"He gets us excited about
reading, about doing our best
in school. And how important
it is to be a reader if you want
to find success in school,"
Furness said.
PVPV/Rawlings, known for
its advanced reading program,
also has an advanced math
program.
"We get Jaxson to autograph
footballs," said Furness. "If our
students guess the score of the
Jaguars game, they can win an
autographed ball. Also, we
used those balls as motivators
for our reading and math pro-
grams.
"The students all want a
Jaxson-DeVille-a autographed
ball."


Pilot-author to speak Tuesday


FROM STAFF Gandt will answer questions
A former Navy aviator, now and autograph copies of his
an author best known for his book for anyone who wishes
series of aviation thrillers, will to purchase one.
speak Tuesday at the 10:30 The novel is set in Southeast
a.m. Book Talk Cafe program Asia Vietnam, Hong Kong,
at the Ponte Vedra Beach and the South China Sea -
Branch Library. where the author traveled
The author, Robert Gandt, extensively in spring 2005.
had more than 300 carrier The story tells of the
landings and nearly 2,000 destruction of a Vietnamese
hours in the A-4 Skyhawk with oil rig and Commander Brick
the Navy. Maxwell's mission against the
He then was a pilot for Pan obvious culprits the
American World Airways and Chinese in the hyper-
in 1985 formed the Redhawk advanced Black Star stealth jet.
Aerobatic Team with two part- ."Black Star Rising" is the sixth
ners. in his Brick Maxwell series.
Gandt's-latest novel,- "Black In 1998, Gandt made his
A&taxdlising'. (Siet.aBook)J,,A Jamascreenwriting.,debut.caono.the.;
the subject of his talk at CBS series "Pensacola: Wings
Tuesday's event, presented by of Gold," working as writer
Friends of the Ponte Vedra and technical consultant for
Library. the 22 episodes.




Library fees increase


FROM STAFF
The St. Johns County Public
Library System will begin
charging for some computer
printing and will increase fax-
ing charges when the fiscal
year begins Oct. 1.
For computer printing, the
first 10 pages will remain free,
with 15 cents per page to be
charged after the first 10.
Local faxes will continue to
cost $1 per document to
receive and $2 per document
to send, with an additional 15'


Today, Robert Gandt lives in
a community near Daytona
Beach. His web site is
www.gandt.com.
The Friends offer coffee and
cookies for each of the pro-
grams, which usually run
10:30 a.m, to noon.
Next month, author Steve
Glassman delivers a presenta-
tion titled, ."Collapse and
Conquest: What Happened to
the Maya," based on his book,
"On the Trail of the Maya
Explorer."
For more information, call
Vic DiGenti at 285-2258.


photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Rawlings students wait Thursday for the arrival of Jaxson
DeVille and David Hanscom, who also performed Tuesday at
Ponte Vedra-Palm Valley Elementary Tuesday.


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cents per' page after the first
five pages.
Another change has to do
with library cards for non-
Florida residents. A new three-
month card with a. $7.50 fee
has been added.
Until now, cards for out-of-
state residents have been avail-
able for six months, for $15,
and for one year, for $30.
As in the past, there is no
card fee for any resident of
Florida, r


Today's Weather


Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue
9/21 9/22 9/23 9/24 9/25


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86/74
Some sun
with a few
showers
possible.



Sunrise:
7:15 AM
Sunset:
7:19 PM


Moon Phases






First Full Last New
Sep 19 Sep 26 Oct 3 Oct 11


UV Index
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue
9/21 9/22 9/23 9/24 9/25
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High High High Very High Very High
The UV Index is measured on a 0 11 number scale, 0 -r 11
with a higher UV Index showing the need for greater
skin protection.


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Ak. Chairman, Mayport Waterfront Partnership
S Active member.Beaches Busihess Association; Beaches Chamber of Commerce;
Gator Bowl Association
Akt Former member, Northeast Florida Regional Planning Council
A A successful businessman in the Jacksonville and Beaches community for over 35
years. Paul is a commercial real estate agent for Colliers Dickinson.
_4& As former Atlantic Beach Commissioner, Paul was a leader in obtaining funds
for projects including the beach renourishment project; the Skateboard Park,
Rose Park, and Veteran's Park; the 5-way stop beautification project; Storm drain
projects to resolve street flooding; Atlantic Beach's electrical infrastructure
AK Created the "Count The Turtle" program informing residents about progress
during street improvement projects
4 Paul's strong leadership in the "Save the Ferry" effort, led to securing funding for
this local treasure




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for City Commission SEAT 3 Atlantic Beach

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86/75
Thunder-
showers.
Highs in the
mid 80s and
lows in the
mid 70s.


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


87/75
Scattered
thunder-
storms.
Highs in the
upper 80s
and lows in
the mid 70s.

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


86/75
Partly
cloudy,
chance of a
thunder-
storm.



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


84/75
Partly
cloudy,
chance of a
thunder-
storm.



Sunrise:
7:15AM
Sunset:
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September 21, 2007


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Heavy rain, faulty plumbing


cited in MSD sewer problem


Fleet of trucks working
three days solved the
problem, JEA said

by KATHY HARTMAN
EDITOR
The new vacuum sewer system in the
Ponte Vedra Municipal Service District
(MSD), strained by up to 17 inches of rain
and hampered by faulty plumbing, had to
be serviced by a fleet of vacuum trucks this
week, a JEA spokeswoman said Thursday.
The problem, which resulted in "a hand-
ful of minor backups," was caused by
heavy rain, some of which flowed into the
vacuum sewer system and overloaded the
system, said spokeswoman Gerri Boyce.
The rainwater made its way into the sys-
tem where clean-out pipes were not prop-
erly capped, allowing surface water to flow
into the system, she said.
The system, completed two years ago,
uses a combination of gravity and vacuum


to collect and transport sewage from
homes to a treatment plant on the west
side of State Road A1A in Ponte Vedra
Beach.
Sewage flows by gravity from homes to
underwater collection tanks located in
right-of-way near the streets.
When a specified volume of sewage
accumulates in a tank, a valve opens to
allow the sewage to be pulled by vacuum
into sewer lines and eventually to the
plant.
JEA, which owns the sewer system that
serves about 670 homes east of State Road
A1A and north of Corona Road, was alert-
ed to the problem by an alarm, Boyce said.
"We have alarms at our stations, and the
vacuum . has standard run times," she
,explained. "The alarms sounded because
the vacuum was running more than was
standard."
A fleet of trucks sent to the area worked
round the clock for three days vacuuming
water from the system, she said.
As of Thursday .afternoon, the system
was working again on its own, Boyce said.


"The whole system was impacted," she
said.
She said the faulty clean-out caps, sup-
posed to be put on by plumbers that
hooked homes to the system, were
installed apparently to drain water from
yards.
A few homes had minor toilet backups,
she said. The rain was so heavy about
17 inches, she said that it entered one
home from the yard, she said, noting that
that was not a sewer problem.
"They worked pretty much 24 hours a
day for the past three days," Boyce said,
noting that the problem began Monday
evening.
"The system is back in operation," she
said.
The MSD is a special taxing district
whose property owners pay for services
such as extra police protection. It general-
ly includes the area east of A1A from the
Duval County line to Corona Road, then
south along both sides of Ponte Vedra
Boulevard for six miles.


AP, electives depend on teacher availability

- SPEZIALE, from A-1


was expected to be available
on the school's web site
(www-ccc.stjohns.kl2.fl.us).
The presentation outlined
his hiring schedule for key
positions, the progress of con-
struction on the school, his
plans for academies and the
process for naming the school.
While the dates are tenta-
tive, Speziale said he hopes to
have an assistant principal in
place by October and an ath-
letic director by November.
Guidance counselors and
instructional staff are sched-
uled to be hired sometime
early next year.
"We've made a great deal of
progress even within the last
couple of weeks," he said.
Speziale also spoke about
his plans to have two' acade-
mies at the school.
The University of' Florida
and the Mayo Clinic will part-
ner with the school to have a
biotechnology and medical
research academy.
An international business
and marketing academy with
an emp.basis _n foreign, lan-


guages is also part of Speziale's
plans.
A survey asking for feedback
from students, parents, and
community members has now
been posted on the school's
web site.
The survey asks for some
demographic information,
seeks opinions on programs
and asks whether the survey
taker would like to serve qn a
committee to recommend a
school name to the St. Johns
County School Board, which
makes the final decision.
The survey also solicits
opinions in a write-in format
as to what the school mascot,
colors, and name should be; It
will be available until Oct. 2.
A committee formed from
the survey will continue to
meet throughout the school
year to give recommendations
to Speziale. Its first meeting is
scheduled for Oct. 3, at 7 p.m.
at Landrum.
Questions asked at the
meeting were mostly about
academics and athletics
planned for the high school.


Many parents wanted to
know if the same classes that
Nease High offers would be
available at the new school.
"We are going to offer as
wide a variety of classes as any
other high school," Speziale
said.
He cautioned, though, that
the availability of electives
and Advanced Placement
courses is dependent on stu-
dent interest and the availabil-
ity of qualified teachers.
Student enrollment and
interest will also determine
the availability of varsity
sports next year, Speziale said.
"It will be student-driven.
As far as scheduling of sports,
I have to leave it up to the ath-
letic director."
School Board member Bill
Fehling answered questions
about the school's security.
"All of the access points into
the school are going to be
monitored," he said. "We also
have an arrangement with the
Sheriff's Office. All of our
schools have a police officer
on campus."


Karen Sovich, president of
the Landrum PTO, asked if,
there was a backup plan in
case the school isn't ready by
the start of school next year.
Fehling said that barring
unforeseen weather problems,
the school will be ready.
.'One of the reasons we'Ve
been so far ahead of schedule
is that until Monday, .the
weather gods have smiled on
us," Fehling said.
"I'm not saying there is
going to be a blank check to
get this started on time, but
we're going to make every
effort to make sure that the
school will be open on time,"
Fehling said.
Sovich, who has a daughter
that attends ninth grade at
Nease High, said after the
meeting that she was
impressed with Speziale.
"I think he's going to do a
great job. From what I've
heard he comes from a great
school," she said.
Speziale was formerly an
administrator at schools in
Dade County, Fla.


Pilot turned to helos

after Blackhawk ride
- KING, from A-1


to the crew at all levels."
King said his "litmus test" as
a leader and as a pilot came
when he transferred to
Mayport-based HSL-48 as air
officer in charge of two
Seahawk detachments on the
guided-missile cruiser USS San
Jacinto.
"That's when you find out if
you are going to be promoted
in the Navy," King said.
"You -only get that experi-
ence by going to sea."
A former instructor pilot
with training squadron HSL-
40, King flew A-4's and F-14
jets before he switched over to
helicopters halfway through
flight school at Pensacola
Naval Air Station.
"I took a ride on a
Blackhawk helicopter during a
helicopter appreciation week
[in Pensacola] and it just blew
me away," King recalled.
"We were skimming the
tops of trees and doing all
kind of low-level stuff. I
changed my card [from jets to
helos] that day."
A former high school soccer
player in Miami, King played
soccer at the Naval Academy
for two years. He also met his
wife in Annapolis when she
brought a birthday cake to one
of King's roommates.
Besides his flying tours,
King was embarked on the
USS John F. Kennedy as a car-
rier group staff officer, partici-
pating in Operations Desert
Shield and Desert Storm.
In 1996, he worked as a


financial analyst on the staff
of the Chief of Naval
Operations at the Pentagon.
His first exposure to the
Navy came during a seventh-
grade field trip to Washington,
D.C.
"We toured all the monu-
ments and nearby battlefields
and also visited Annapolis,"
King recalled.
"All the middies [cadets]
were walking around. No one
pushed me to join the Navy.
There is no legacy of Navy
service in my family. After I
tore up my knee in college
soccer, I knew the Navy was
going to provide me with a
future.
"But I never envisioned I
would be in the Navy for 27
years."
King is scheduled to retire
from the Navy in January. He
goes on terminal leave in
November. This weekend,
he'll be in Annapolis to cele-
brate the 25th reunion of his
graduating class.
He said the best part of
being Mayport's CO was
"hearing the national anthem
in the morning and saluting
the colors at night."
"Mayport is a small, close-
knit community," added King,
who this past winter served as
Mayport Middle School's vol-
unteer soccer coach.
"The defense line is' out
there, but our sailors also meld
into the community. That's
the 'legacy that I've tried to
foster."


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The Leader's Opinion



Wrong for city to


make it tougher


for residents to


remove trees

Atlantic Beach City Commissioners are looking at
making their tree laws conform with those in neighbor-
ing Neptune Beach and Jacksonville Beach.
Currently, Atlantic Beach residents who want to sim-
ply remove trees from in front of their homes can do it
without making a trip to city hall, filling out a form or
paying a fee.
Some want to change that and impose more red tape
on Atlantic Beach residents.
According to the proponents of the change, Neptune
SBeach and Jacksonville Beach require their residents to
secure permits before removing most trees 8 inches or
larger and, the proponents.say, that's a good policy to
be emulated.
We disagree.
Jacksonville Beach. and Neptune Beach residents
would be better served by fewer regulations on tree
removal.
Trees are a valuable asset. Properly planted they make
property more valuable. Those concerned with boosting
property values and that's nearly everyone do
not cut trees down without a very good reason.
Citizens living in single family homes should not
have to share those reasons with City Hall and beg per-
mission to landscape their property as they wish to
maximum effect.
Just because government can compel citizens to jump
through hoops, that does not mean that government
should.
Atlantic Beach residents already have a better tree
ordinance than do their neighbors. Requiring individ-
ual homeowners to secure a permit is not a change for
the better.
The proposed revision ought to be axed.








Letters to the editor:

I dfThanksc' dU-e J ur
Thanks are due Jay Jabour


To the editor:
Now that Jacksonville. has
re-committed to the much-
needed Atlantic/Kernan over-
pass, we should recognize
how aggressively Jay Jabour
worked in our behalf. He was
a key player in a successful
team effort, working out of
the spotlight all the way
through the committee
process.
These issues are always
hard for a councilmember.


Jabour was pressed hard by
friends and colleagues to set-
tle for an inadequate solu-
tion, but he steadfastly stuck
with us. Everyone who was
concerned the city might
abandon another of the
Better Jacksonville Plan
promises can thank him for
helping protect the only real
solution for that intersection.

Jim Varian
Atlantic Beach


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More letters to the editor:


Not enough planning has been done

for new Ponte Vedra high school to open


To the editor:
I attended the "Information night" last
evening at Landrum and it was anything but
that. Most of the questions that. concerned
parents had could not be answered by either
new Principal Craig Speziale or Bill Fehling..I
understand trying to keep the public
informed is important, but they were not
ready to make this presentation. This was a
very premature meeting. No true fault of their
own, it was merely too early to answer most
questions that people had. I left this meeting,
feeling, confused and angry over the lack of
answers. One of the things I, as a parent of a
current Nease student am upset about was the
fact that my student, who has invested two
years at Nease will be forced to attend the new
school only because he is not an IB or
Academy student. This is wrong. He has an
allegiance to Nease, wants to graduate from
the school he started and is very involved in
sports and clubs. This is not fair, as a tax payer
I should be given the option as to what school
my upperclassman attends. I am fully aware
that I would be responsible for transportation
which is fine. From the sounds of it, there is
o money in the budget nd TB students may
ot be guaianLeed transportation either. I
recently movecS.tdPbbhe'' edra for the school
system, most notably the "A"-rated Nease
High School. I am not aware of all the past
history of this town, But I also have a lot of
volunteer and Booster time invested and will
feel a major sense of loss when forced to leave
Nease. I think the county needs to let the
families.and most notably the children decide


which school they'd like to attend. I think
this should apply to upperclassmen only the
ones that now feel as though Nease is their
family.
The other concern I have is that the school
is being.constructed to house 1,500 children,
are you kidding me? They have gone to all
this effort and, pain and the school will only
accommodate1,500 children. Obviously they
did not look at future growth, and for that
matter what is true as we speak.The current
Freshmen class at Nease has over 600 stu-
dents! I don't feel that my child should suffer,
possibly lose a chance at sports or academic
scholarships because he will have to go from
an established school to a, new school that
will take years to build a winning and stable
program.
The school is obviously not prepared to
open and it frightens me to think that our
children will be attending a school that is
"winging it" so to speak the first couple of
years.. my child's future is at stake and I feel
you are doing a major disservice to the chil-
dren if you force them to attend this school
next year.
It just' sounds to me, that not a lot of.
thought has gone into this and all the county'
is interested in is opening the school as soon
as possible.. this is not a new grocery store or
shoe store, this is a school and many many
children will be effected by the choices you
make.. think about that.. don't rush the open-
ing just to appease a few.
V. Grover
Ponte Vedra


Jamie Fletcher's comments have In midst


alienated section of community


To the editor: duty, young, and old.
As a Navy veteran and citi- Jamie Fletcher's comme
zen of Atlantic Beach,, I have have added to the grow
been reading with interest the polarization in Atlantic Be;
numerous editorials regarding and alienated an entire cr
the recent comments made by section of our commun
Commissioner Jamie Fletcher Most of us that are retired gi
concerning the bi-annual up in an era when milit
beaches Sea and Sky service meant that you s
Spectacular (air show) and his fered similar instances of t
inability to support the event bias. One positive to this is
due to his personal anti- is that it's been a catalyst
war/anti-military stance. It conversations with my h
appears that a growing number school-aged son and a num
of local residents and business of his friends who are cons
folks don't think much of his ering military careers. TI
bias. now understand that
I also disagree with the mes- choice to enter the milit
sage of Commissioner Jamie comes with this burden t
Fletcher. As he exercises his some of those they serve
First Amendment right to free not appreciate or respect th
speech, a right that genera- choice. It is a great early
tions of those same military lesson for the next generate
members he holds in such low of soon-to-be voters.
Esteem sought to preserve, it's Commissioner Jar
apparent that he has written Fletcher's comments pres(
that portion of the constituen- the problem that
cy off. His mistake is the mili- "Fletcher" name may become
tary community in Atlantic negative for anyone with
Beach is not just one homoge- same last name running
nous group; we're male, local office.
female, black, white, liberal, Curt Toon
conservative, retired, active Atlantic Bea


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Go where grass is greener


To the editor:
This is in response to the let-
ter in the September 19 issue
The Leader titled "The truth is
wars are not fought. for free-
dom." The writer claims he is
sick and tired of the standard
statements that "people fought
and died so that I can have
freedom of expression." Well
maybe he would like it better
here if Adolph Hitler would
have completed his master
plan or how about we just
allow Bin Laden and his terror
network just keep attacking
our way of life.
I'm not sure what school you
may have attended, but I was


taught by the school that I
attended as well as from my
parents exactly what both
World Wars were all about. I
wish you would explain what
resources or land we gained
from either Germany or Japan
during those conflicts. Finally,
if you really believe we have all
been conditioned to accept our
"Imperialistic". government
that exploits these resources,
then I say why don't you leave
to find another better place to
live if you can. Obviously you
must think the grass is greener
somewhere else. Good luck.
James F Van Horn
Atlantic Beach


of debate,

remember


freedom

of speech

is priceless

To the editor:
Mr. Wright's research into
U.S. History on war is partial-
ly right but mostly wrong.
America does need large
amounts of natural resources
to survive and it will protect
it's interests (countries we buy
resources from) when dicta-
tors try to take over them by
force.
However, leaving small
numbers of troops in these
countries to help deter future
dictators from trying to take
over again is not what I would
call an occupation. Hitler was
trying to occupy land, the
communist were trying to
occupy land, but the U.S. has
not. Last time I checked, our
flag still has 50 stars. The U.S.
has 14 territories and they are
all islands. We must be
coconut crazy. By the way,
the U.K. has 15 territories and
the French have 16.
The reason other countries
have freedoms like we do in
the U.S. is due to the fact that
we are the role model most
everyone is trying to copy.
The United States is the great-
est country in the world but it
is not perfect nor does it claim
to be. So here is the biggest
freedom we have in the U.S.,
the freedom of choice. I hope
Mr. Wright and all who share
in his beliefs choose to leave
my great country.
Here is my other favorite
freedom, the freedom of
speech!
Dave Sellers
Atlantic Beach


1. i . I .

BILL GULLIFORD
COLUMNIST

Garbage

collection

in Atlantic

Beach used

to be envy

of many

Things

have really

changed


S he other morning as-I
Swas dragging one of
Smy two, impact proof
plastic, ecologically colored
green, "hold a week's worth
of garbage" containers out
to the street for my one day
a week pickup, I was think-
ing how far we have
advanced with garbage col-
lection in Atlantic Beach. It
is hard to believe that once
our garbage was picked up
six days a week, and at your
back door if you wanted!
Yard trash was picked up
separately. "No flies in
Atlantic 'Beach" was more
than a slogan; it was reality.
If you were at a gathering
or party with people not
from Atlantic Beach and the
conversation was dragging,
you could chime in with
'"burPown 'as' 'sikx days a
" eek '"'gar bag'e 'collection"
and it was sure to revive the
conversation level, com-
plete with a fair amount of
envy.
"You're kidding" was the
normal response, and then I
would hear the horror.story
about how their garbage
was only picked up twice a
week.
I would smugly think to
myself, that will never hap-
pen in Atlantic Beach and
sure enough I was right. We
now have it picked up only
once a week.
The transition came slow-
ly; sort of like creeping up
the temperature up on a
lobster in a pot of water so
he won't notice until it is
too late. First the frequency
was cut back because of
"economics". Then the
service once provided with
city equipment and city
workers was "sold" to a pri-
vate contractor; one of
those big companies that
advertised how "green"
they are. Then the service
went to two days a week,
and now it is down to one
day. Thank goodness they
can't cut it any more; they
have run out of days. I have
a conspiracy theory about
these national garbage com-
panies but I won't share it
now.
I hear a lot of grumbling
about our current sys-
tem...you almost think we
are New York or Los
Angeles. Heck, the cans
even have their own unique
serial numbers which
means you better not do
anything wrong with that
container because you can
be traced. Also, you better
not be a 90-pound weakling
if it is your job to drag them
to the street.
Since the volume of
garbage generated is con-
stant, are there better solu-
tions than one day a week
collection? You sure don't
want to be close to my cans
in the summer with one day
a week pickup. Maybe our
newly elected commission
might want to take up the
issue in 2008. Right now I
could really get behind a
candidate who promised
more frequent pickup and
lighter containers. Maybe it
is time for "basic" service
and then "deluxe" service at
a higher fee for those who
would want it.


We could call it Garbage
Lite and Garbage Heavy.


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Fed up with traffic school, PV man does it his way

Fed up with traffic school, PV man does it his way


By JENNIFER KNOECHEL
STAFF WRITER

A speeding ticket prompted
Ponte Vedra entrepreneur Ken
Underwood to develop one of
the nation's top 100 fastest-
growing private companies.
According to Inc. magazine,
a national business news pub-
lication, Underwood's Ponte
Vedra-based National Safety
Commission ranks at No. 91
overall with a three-year sales
growth rate of 1,612.8 per-
cent.
Begun in 2003, the business
offers online driver safety
courses and grew from an ear-
lier business of Underwood's
that also did well.
"I got a ticket back in 1994
and waited until the last
minute to decide whether to
pay it or go to traffic school,
and it was some of the worst
safety training I'd ever seen,"
said Underwood, a retired
pilot of American Airlines and
the Naval Reserves.
"I had spent the last two
years with the Navy at the
Naval Safety Center, and I was
exposed to a lot of aviation
safety training as well as what
we call ground safety training.
"I couldn't believe that this
training [at the traffic school]
was actually approved by the
state of Florida, so I started
doing research."
Underwood opened his first
driver education center, 1-
888-Traffic School, on Beach
Boulevard in July 1994, and
within 18 months he had
more than 100 locations
throughout Florida.
In 1999, after his driver
education company was fea-
tured in an article in the


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
Elizabeth Edwards broke away
from her husband John's presi-
dential campaign briefly
Tuesday to visit the Beaches.
She was welcomed back to
Jacksonville, where she was
born in 1949.
Edwards was at The Bookmark
in Atlantic Beach to talk about
and sign her book, "Saving
s, re: Firdin'g So ace.,nd
Sqfehgtlh froip Friendc,_,nd
Strangers."
Edwards spoke to a standing-
room-only crowd at The
Bookmark, where her audience
filled the main toom of the
store, spilled over into an ante-
room and ran down the hallway
toward the back of the shop.
Edwards entered to applause.
People also stood outside, lis-
tening over a sound system. The
Bookmark owner Rona.Brinlee
estimated the evening,attracted
close to 250 people and,
although scheduled to run from
8-10 p.m., the event went past
midnight.
"And she was fine with that,"
Brinlee said of Edwards. "She
could have hurried it, but she
didn't. Everyone waited, every-
one had a story to share and
they were happy."
Edwards fielded questions
from the audience after speak-
ing 'and, before starting to sign
either hard-cover or paperback
versions of her book, which is
based on her life's experiences,
sorrows, personal triumphs and
those who have rallied around
her: family, friends and
strangers alike.
The title, "Saving Graces,"
refers to "all the people who
have been there for me," she
said.
Edwards lost a 16-year-old son
in a 1996 traffic accident, bat-
tled breast cancer that was diag-
nosed just before the 2004 pres-
idential election, in which her
husband served as John Kerry's
running mate; and now is fight-
ing what reportedly has been
,diagnosed as incurable cancer,
which she said Tuesday is in her
bones.
One of those who waited was
Francine Scharf of Jacksonville.
Scharf lost a 31-year-old son and
Jacksonville Beach volleyball
legend, Mike Highsmith, to a
Colorado dirt bike accident in
1997; was diagnosed in 2004.
with a rare form of breast can-
cer, which she successfully
fought; and since has had a
recurrence of cancer, which
spread to her brain.
"It's incredible," Scharf said of
what she shared with Edwards
at The Bookmark. "She had her
first cancer the same year as me,
her recurrence the exact same
month as me, March of '07. Her
son died one year before Mike.
We have a lot on common.
"I like your husband," Scharf
said she told Edwards. "I do,
too" was the response.
"Supposedly I'm in remis-
sion," Scharf said of her current
fight. "I'm going .to have one


photo by JENNIFER KNOECHEL
Ken Underwood sits in his office in Ponte Vedra Beach, where
family photographs hang on the wall. After Underwood attended
a traffic school in 1994, he opened a competing school.


"Wall Street Journal,"
Underwood sold the business
to a group of investors led by
Ford Motor Co. and J.P.
Morgan Chase and Company.
In summer 2003,
Underwood completed his
noncompete agreement and
reentered the driver's educa-
tion industry with the
National Safety Commission.
The company's courses are
given through various web
sites, such as
www.LowestPriceTrafficSchoo
1.com, and offers courses such
as those needed for learners
permits or to avoid points
from a traffic ticket.
The National Safety


Commission is also partnered
with the "Move Over,'
America" campaign to edu-
cate drivers about the laws
protecting officers in 42 states
[www.MoveOverAmerica.com

Underwood also co-found-
ed the Vote Jacksonville cam-
paign to return U.S. Navy jets
to Cecil Field last year.
Underwood's National
Safety Commission is the flag-
ship business for Strategic
Interactive Holdings Corp.
specializing in interaction-
based online businesses..
"This time with the traffic
school, rather than purchase
this and go away forever, I


Naval Air Station Jacksonville,
where her father, a career Navy
pilot, was stationed. She later
attended Venetia Elementary
School in Jacksonville, Those
attending the signing laughed
when she said that having
lunch at a Morrison's one day
after church was "proof positive
that I am from Jacksonville."


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more MRI of the brain because
they have to recheck it. They
think it's scar tissue, but I still
have that over my head."
,Edwards signed Scharf's book
with the note "To Francine, my
sister, in memory of a precious
Michael,. much loved, you
know."
A former lawyer and mother
of three, Edwards was born at


photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Rona Brinlee, owner of The Bookmark (right) introduces
Elizabeth Edwards during an appearance at Atlantic Beach
store. The crowd filled the store and the sidewalk outside.




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Pursuant to Section 102.141 ES., the City of Atlantic
Beach Canvassing Board shall meet for tabulation and
canvassing of precinct and absentee election returns at:

7 pm, Tuesday, October 2, 2007
Atlantic Beach City Hall
800 Seminole Road

Pursuant to Section 101.71 ES., notice is hereby given of
polling locations for the primary election to be held on
October 2, 2007, in the City of Atlantic Beach:


13F Atlantic Beach
City Hall
800 Seminole Rd.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

13H Atlantic Beach
Assembly of God
680 Mayport Rd.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233


Attest:
Donna L. Bussey
City Clerk
Atlantic Beach, FL


13G Adele Grage
Cultural Center
716 Ocean Blvd.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

13S Oceanside Church
of Christ
1025 Snug Harbor Ct.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233


Jerry Holland
Supervisor of
Elections
Duval County


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forms for customers to pro-
vide other products and serv-
ices that they would have a
need for," Underwood said.
"The idea is turning a one-
time customer into a lifetime
customer."
His other businesses include
Roy's Club, a discount club
and roadside assistance plan,
Toga Insurance, and
StereoFame.
Underwood traveled to
Washington D.C. Wednesday
and Thursday to meet with
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"Wish me luck."
Underwood is also launch-
ing an online insurance com-
pany, Toga Insurance, in
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oped for high school stu-
dents, will be available.
"It's a reference manual kids
can turn to if they want to get
a license and about life after
high school," Underwood
said.
"We're partnered with for-
mer President George Bush,
and three cabinet members
are providing content for the
publication."
One way Underwood is pro-


moting DirectionslOl is
through an online music
competition, StereoFame, in
which unsigned musicians
and bands upload their music
onto the site and listeners
give the bands points.
"It's kind of like Fantasy
Football," Underwood
explained. "The play here is
how do you make money on
it? We have our other services
on the site.
"The kids are coming to the
site because they want to be
entertained, and they find a
cool site, and let's say they
need insurance or they need a
prep course. They'll think it
must be good if StereoFame
has it imbedded," he said.
"So that's how we turn
those one-time transactions
into lifetime customers."
Underwood, a Jacksonville
native, attended Englewood
High and graduated from
Jacksonville University in
1981. He and his wife of 22
years, Ginger, live in Ponte
Vedra with their children,


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old triplets, Daniel, Zach and
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Underwood's companies
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the office is located at 814
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He said his plans for the
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$100 million company.
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us grow and not be acquired.
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and it's great because you
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don't have retail outlets, so
you don't have the over-
head," Underwood explained.
"In the late 1990s, this is
what we hoped would happen
with the internet, and that's
the way it is now."
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BUSINESS


Doctors and nurses asked

to volunteer at Mission clinic


AB man's movie

on algae wins

top award
The Green Monster: It
Came From The River, a local
TV documentary that com-
pared algae blooms in the St.
Johns to an "alien invasion"
of "grotesque green goo,"
took first place honors at the
"Awards for Reporting on the
Environment," held earlier
this month at Stanford
University in California.
Finishing in second place
was "CBS Evening News,"
with a series on the impact of
global warming.
"That blew us away," said
Bill Retherford, producer-
writer of The Green Monster.
"For a staff of six to take on
CBS News and win is a real
thrill."
PRC Digital Media, the
Jacksonville. television and
video production facility that
produced The Green Monster,
won for "Outstanding In-
Depth Television Reporting."
Retherford is a resident of
Atlantic Beach.
The awards are sponsored
by the Society of
Environmental Journalists.
Judges commended PRC
Digital Media for taking "an
extremely unconventional
approach" to reach an audi-
ence that "environmental
journalism normally doesn't."
The documentary's theme -
a take-off on 1950s science-
,fiction films that likened the
river's toxic algae to a "vile
primordial juice" that "swal-
lowed the St. Johns... in one
big gulp" during summer
2005 was praised for focus-
ing "not just on the problem,
but also on common-sense
solutions."
The program, sponsored by
St Johns Riverkeeper, aired in
March 2006 .on WTLV in
prime-time without commer-
cials. WJCT the Public
Television station, re-played it
four months later.


Sebastian Flager, Executive
Director of Mission House. "We
are asking doctors and nurses in
the community to volunteer for'
just one Tuesday or Saturday a
month to help provide quality
medical care for those in need."
Flager said sovereign immuni-
ty for their work at the Mission
House Clinic will be obtained
for professionals through the
state.
The clinic provides free care
for more than 1,800 patients a
year and dispenses more than
4,500 prescriptions annually.
Patients in need of lab work
receive a written referral to
Consolidated Labs. For informa-
tion contact Mission House at
241-6767.


FROM STAFF
The Mission House Clinic
needs registered nurses for the
Tuesday night Clinic and doc-
tors for the Saturday morning
clinic.
The Mission House Clinic,
part of the We Care Referral
System, provides the only free
medical care for the uninsured
in the Beaches community,
organizers said.
The clinic is staffed by volun-
teer doctors, nurses, pharma-
cists, and medical clerical per-
sonnel.
"These dedicated volunteers
give of their time and talent to
provide first-rate medical care to
men and women without med-
ical insurance," said Jan


BUSINESS BRIEFS


Learn to Read Jacksonville
was awarded a Wal-Mart
Foundation grant from Wal-
Mart store #1172, on the comer
of Beach and San Pablo, for the
improvement of their current
computer lab. Learn to Read
offers many free services to
adults in Duval County who
read below the 5th grade level.
For information about Learn to
Read's programs, services, vol-
unteer opportunities or special
events call 399-8894 or visit the
website at www.LTRJAX.org.

Missi
Howell has
joined
Watson
Realty
C.o r p.. 's '
Intracoastal
Office's sales
team. She has 30 years' mort-
gage and banking experience.
She is an active volunteer at
Sandalwood High School and
has lived in Jacksonville since
1992.
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Sabrina Bateh competed at
the PMQ National Pizza Show
and Best Pizza Competition in
Orlando September 8 and
earned second place. A first time
competitor, she was represent-
ing family owned Joseph's
Pizza, which has a location in
Atlantic Beach. At the National
Competition Bateh was
required to assemble a pizza in
front of the judges and to cook
the pizza onsite. She chose to
showcase Joseph's most famous
pizza, the Joseph's Special.
Once the pizza was prepared
and cooked, she presented the
pizza to the judges and gave
them a history of Jacksonville's
original pizzeria. Following this
presentation, an hour later she
was presented with Joseph's sec-
ond place award. Coming in
only 4 points behind first place,
she and the rest of Joseph's fam-
ily Rose Bateh, Susie Bateh,
and Sandra Hanania, said they
knew that their small-town
pizzeria had made a huge
impact on the big-time pizza
industry.


University of North students
will soon have a new place to
gather: a Student Union. Rink
Design Partnership is the prime
consultant on the project, while
Elkins Constructors is the
builder. The facility is expected
to be ready for use by the sum-
mer of 2009. The three-story
facility will actually be two
buildings, connected by an
open-air plaza, and will com-
prise 148,000 gross square feet.
The new Student Union build-
ing will cost approximately $50
million and will serve as the
campus hub or student commu-
nity center. The east side of the
building will house administra-
tive offices and student services.
It will also house a convenience
store and a game room. The
west side of the building will
incorporate the UNF Bookstore,
a restaurant, a food court with
four or five fast-food outlets-
including Quizno's, Salsarita's,
Coyote Jack's Grill and a
Bamboo Asian-and a large the-
ater.


Rend .rig. -. .-
Rendering of proposed Student Union
Rendering of proposed Student Union


POLICE BEAT


JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Bruce Stanton, 46, a transient,
was arrested Sept. 18 and
charged with failure to register
as a sexual offender in the 700
block of 1st Street S., according
to a police report. Stanton reg-
istered as a sexual offender in
Massachusetts but had not
updated his status in Florida,
police reported.
* *
Grand theft was reported
Sept. 18 from a condominium
in the 1000 block of 1st Street S.
A 37-inch flat screen television
valued at $1,500 was stolen
from the condo's game room.
An access code is required for
entry. There was no sign of
forced entry.

A counterfeit bill was reported
passed Sept. 18 at a restaurant in
the 300 block of 23rd Avenue S.
A waitress told police that an

Wrong turn

lands car on

beachfront
FROM STAFF
An 82-year-old woman
made a wrong turn and got
her car stuck on the beach,
according to a police report.
Police discovered a Ford
Taurus stuck in the sand on
Sept. 13, just south of the
Fifth Street end zone in
Atlantic Beach, according to a
police report.
The woman was disoriented
while talking to police and
told them she "took a wrong
turn somewhere" and ended
up on the beach, according to
the report.
The woman's license had
been revoked for inadequate
vision, according to the
report.
The woman did not know
what city she was in and said
that she was trying to get to
Ft. Pierce, police reported.
She was surprised when police
told her where she was,
according to the report.
She was transported back to
the police station while her
car was towed and insisted
that her bird, Tiki, be with her
at all times.
Police called the
Department of Children and
Families for assistance and
arranged for the woman to
take a bus back to Ft. Pierce.
A handgun was retrieved
from her car and put in the
property room for safe keep-
ing, according to the report.


unknown suspect gave her a,. showed him.some money and
fake $10 bill that did not have shettriectq ct4wl'out of the tent
the proper security markifigs. 'but t rf man struck her and'
* pounded her face into the
Auto burglary was reported ground, police reported. The
Sept. 18 in the 500 block of 2nd victim sustained several bruises
Avenue S. A wallet was stolen to her face and legs. The suspect
from the unlocked vehicle but is described as a white male,
later recovered a short distance 5'10" and 160 lbs. with blond
away with all of its contents curly hair. The victim said she
intact. has seen the man riding a blue
* and silver bike.


Burglary was reported Sept.
18 in the 900 block of llth
Street N. A total of 25 sheets of
plywood valued at $525 were
stolen from the front porch of
the victim's residence.

Armed robbery was reported
Sept. 17 at a residence in the 800
block of 2nd Street N. Two sus-
pects took cash and a cell phone,
police reported.
* *
Arson was reported Sept. 18
in the 1600 block of Bentin
Drive N. Police responded to a
vehicle fully engulfed in flames.
The victim told police that the
alleged suspect had created a
disturbance at the residence ear-
lier that day. She left with her
friend and went to a restaurant
where the suspect followed and
reportedly threw a drink at the
victim before he left the estab-
lishment. The fire started
around midnight. Damage to
the victim's vehicle was
$30,000. -The residence sus-
tairied $8,000 in damages and
another vehicle received $5,000
in damages.
Grand theft was reported
Sept. 18 in the 100 block of 13th
Avenue N. A dark blue
Volkswagen Beetle convertible
valued at $21,000 was stolen
from in front of the victim's
apartment. She told police she
heard noises outside at 4:30
.a.m. and looked out to see her
car driving away west on 13th
Avenue North toward 2nd
Street.

Robbery was reported Sept.
17 in the 2300 block of 2nd
Avenue North. A cell phone
and $50 in cash were stolen.
The victim told police she and
her fiancee were staying in a
tent in a wooded area when the
incident occurred. The woman
her fiancee left for work at 6:30
a.m. and she went back to sleep
when she heard a noise that
sounded like someone unzip-
ping the tent. She observed a
knife blade cutting through the
canvas and an unknown male
suspect enter the tent.
According to the police report,
the suspect grabbed her and
demanded money. The woman


PONTE VEDRA BEACH
No new reports.

ATLANTIC BEACH
Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on Sept. 9 in
the 700 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police
report.
***
Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on Sept. 14 in
the 70 block of 19th Street,
according to a police report.
The victim's vehicle was stolen
from her driveway, according to
the report.
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Indecent public exposure was
reported on Sept. 15 in the first
block of Ocean Boulevard,
according to a police report.
The victim, who was working at
a hotel, was walking in a stair-
well when a man pulled out his
genitals and shook them at her,
according to the report. Hotel
staff called the police and
searched the hotel for the man,
according to the report.


000
,. .NEPTUNE BEACH
Gr ndtheft was reported n0i
Sept. 17 in the 1200 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report. The com-
plainant told police an
unknown person broke into a
trailer and took several tools.
The suspect used a sledgeham-
mer to beat a hole in the front
of the trailer, according to the
report.
***
Obtaining personal property
with intent to defraud and
uttering forged bills, checks,
drafts or notes was reported on
Sept. 17 in the 300 block of
Third Street, according to a
police report.


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RELIGION


See You at the Pole
The annual student-led prayer
time on school campuses called
See You at the Pole will be on
Wednesday, September 26.
Starting time is 7 a.m or one
hour prior to the opening of
school. For information contact
Susan Alberti at 285-0267.

Lighthouse Golf
Tournament
St. Andrew's Lighthouse will
hold their Annual Charity Golf
Tournament at Queens Harbor
Golf Club on Monday, Oct. 8.
The entry fee of $100 also
includes a reception with silent
auction. For information call Ed
Asher at 246-5606.

Octoberfest
St. Paul's by the Sea Episcopal
Church will host Octoberfest at
6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6.
Reservations are $15 per person
and will be accepted by mail or
at the church office until
Monday, Oct. 1. A nursery will
be provided.
St. Paul's is at 465 11th Ave. N.
in Jacksonville Beach; call 249-
4091 for information.

Epic Fall Classic
Epic Surf Ministry will hold
their annual Fall Classic
Competition on Saturday, Oct.
13. The.Kick-Off Party will be on
Thursday, Oct. 11. Information
and registration is available at
www.epicsurfministries.com.

Fall Festival
Christ United Methodist
Church invites local crafters to
participate in the church's Fall
Festival and Pumpkin Sale to be
held on October 20. For infor-
mation call the church office at
249-5370. The church is at 400
Penman Road in Neptune
Beach.


Benefit Golf Tournament
A Golf Tournament to benefit
Luther Springs Camp and
Retreat Center will be held on
Monday, September 24 at The
Golf Club at South Hampton. A
pre-toumament clinic will be at
12 p.m. and the tournament
begins at 1 p.m.
The cost is $100 per person.
The tournament is sponsored by
Thrivent Financial for
Lutherans; call Tim Frank at
829-8311 for information.

Bethel Gallery
A special events show open-
ing today at Bethel Gallery will
feature the Women's Ministry at
Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
Church. Photographs will show
the ways women minster to
each other and the community.
Bethel Gallery is located with-
in PV Presbyterian Church at
4510 Palm Valley Road; call 285-
8225 for information.

Community
Prayer Group
All are welcome to attend an
hour of prayer for schools arid
children at 9:15 a.m. on
Monday at the Winston Family
YMCA on Landrum Lane in
Ponte Vedra. For information
contact Susan Alberti at 285-
0267..

Palms Open House
Vernon Kelly will be the guest
speaker at the Palms
Presbyterian Church Open
House Luncheon on
Wednesday, October 3. Kelly is
President of the PGA Tour Golf
Properties, Inc. and has
served as Project Manager and
General Manager of the TPC
Sawgrass. His topic will be "The
History of the Tournament
Players Club Sawgrass."
Tickets are $8 and include
lunch catered by Barry Adeeb.
Ticket may be purchased on


weekdays in the church office
and after Sunday services on
Sept. 23 and 30. For information
call the church office at 992-
4982; the church address is 3410
Third St. S. in Jacksonville
Beach.

"All You Need to Know
About Marriage and
Partnerships"
The Bridge Institute at Christ
Episcopal Church will present a
Family Matters Conference on
"All You Need to Know About
Marriage and -Partnerships" on
Oct. 5 and 6. Author and family
therapist Dr. Frank Pittman will
be the featured speaker.
The conference will be from 7
to 9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5 and
from 9 a.m. to noon on
Saturday, Oct. 6. Childcare will
be provided. The registration
deadline is September 28 for
childcare and the.luncheon fol-
lowing the Saturday session. To
register call Mary Pickett at 285-
7390 ext. 350 or email mpick-
ett@christepiscopalchurch.org.

Chabad Hebrew School
Hebrew School for children
ages 6 to 11 years old is at 10
a.m. on Sunday at Chabad @ the
Beaches at 521 A1A N. in Ponte
Vedra. The children will begin
by learning about the High
SHolidays. For information con-
tact Chabad at 285-1588.

Ladies Brunch
The October Atlantic Beach
Women's Connection Brunch
will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
on Wednesday Oct. 3. at the
Selva Marina Country Club.
Featured speaker will be Wilma
Stanchfield who will share her
experience of facing death after
she was struck by lightning. She
will also present her designer
jewelry collection.
All are welcome; reservations
are $12. Complimentary child-


care is available with reserva-
tions by Oct. 1 to Vivian at 246-
252 or by email to
atlanticbeachwc@yahoo.com.

Classes at Calvary.
Fall Sunday School topics at
Calvary Anglican Church are
The Book of Acts, Experiencing
God, and The Beauty Realm of
God. Classes begin at 9:30 a.m.
with coffee hour at 10:30 and
worship at 11. The church is at
3400 San Pablo Road South in
Jacksonville. For information
call 241-9400.

Forum Series Resumes
The Adult Forum Series at St.
Paul's by the Sea Episcopal
Church continues with the fol-
lowing topics: Parish Nursing on
Sept. 23, Beaches Episcopal
School on Sept. 30, and
Spirituality of Aging on Oct. 7,.
The community is welcome to
attend; for information contact
Sthe church office at 249-4091.
The church campus is at Fifth
Street and l1th Avenue North
in Jacksonville Beach.

Fall Festival
Helping Hands Ministries, in
conjunction with the Donner
Center and local churches, will
host the annual Fall Festival
from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday,
September 29. The community,
cookout will also have music
and activities for children.
The Festival will be held at
Donner Park on George St.
between Lewis St. and Dudley
St. in Atlantic Beach. For infor-
mation or to volunteer to help
contact James Stackhouse at
685-2717.

Divorce Recovery Class
Christ the Redeemer Church
is holding a Divorce Recovery
Class at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays.
The class is appropriate for those


who are going through a divorce
as well as those who have been
divorced for several years.
Childcare will be provided and
the class is open to the public.
Christ the Redeemer is at 190
S. Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte Vedra;
call the church office at 285-
8009 for information.

Area Crafters Sought
St. Andrew's Lutheran Church
invites area crafters to partici-
pate in the 9th Annual Craft &
Bake Sale on Saturday, October
20. Contact the church office at
249-4575 for the rates. St.
Andrew's Lighthouse will also
hold its Annual Yard Sale at the
same time. The church address
is 1801 Beach Blvd.

Celebrate Recovery
A biblical based program for
persons facing personal prob-
lems, meets every Friday at 6:30
p.m. in the fellowship hall of
Beach United Methodist
Church, 3rd Street at 7th Ave.
N., Jacksonville Beach. The pro-
gram emphasizes that through
worship and same-gender small
groups, people can work on per-
sonal struggles such as eating
disorders, alcohol/drug abuse,
and codependency. The
evenings begin with dinner. Call
249-2343.

Men's group meetings
A men's Bible study is held
at 7 a.m. Monday at Ponte
Vedra United Methodist
Church, 35 Executive Way,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
Palms Presbyterian men's
Bible study is held at 7 a.m.
Wednesday in the Education
Building.
Community Presbyterian
Church at 150 Sherry Dr. in
Atlantic Beach has Wednesday
morning prayer breakfasts for
men at 7 a.m.
St. Paul's by the Sea


Episcopal Church has a Men's
Prayer Group and Bible Study
which meets on the first and
third Saturday of the month at 8
a.m. in Stormes Hall. The men's
group also participates in out-
reach efforts. All are welcome to
attend. The address is 465 11th
Ave. N. in Jacksonville Beach.
Sunrise Community Church
offers Men's Study Groups at 6
:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. on
Wednesday. Contact the
church office at 249-3030 for
information; the church address
is 298 Aquatic Drive in Atlantic
Beach.

Singles groups
Beach United Methodist
Church has Monday Night Alive
for singles at 7 p.m. on Monday
nights and Singles Coffee House
10:45 a.m. on Sundays. For
information visit
www.beachumc.org or call 249-
2343. BUMC is located at 325
7th Ave. N.
Beaches Chapel Church,
610 Florida Blvd., Neptune
Beach. Singles over age 33 meet
the last Saturday of the month
at 7 p.m. at the church. 241-
4211.
Christ Episcopal Church,
400 San Juan Drive in Ponte
Vedra, offers a singles ministry
called Solo Flight. For informa-
tion contact the church office at
285-6127.
Christ the Redeemer
Church, 190 S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Weekly
Bible study and monthly social
event such as square dancing for
ages 30 and up. 280-5813.
Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
Church, 4510 Palm Valley Road,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Singles
Express offers Bible study at 9
a.m. Sunday and other activi-
ties throughout the year. Call
285-8225 for information.


CHRIST EPISCOiPAL CHURCH
400 San Juan Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach 285-6127
All Vehicles Must Enter on Golf View
Sunday 7:45, 9:00, 11:15 AM, 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist
Saturday Holy Eucharist 5:30 PM
Wednesday Holy Eucharist- 7:00 AM, 11:15 AM, 6:00 PM
Weekday Evening Prayer in Chapel 6:00 PM except Wed.
Nursery available for Saturday and Sunday services
CHRIST CHURC I SAN PABL
2002 San Pablo Rd., ascksonville .2gi-477 7 .
Beginning Sept. 2,8:00 AM Holy It liarist,'g9:5 Ai Christian Formation, 10:30AM Holy Eucharist
Nursery provided
For event Information, visit wni.chrlstepiscopalchurch.com
COASTAL CHRISTIAN -ST. FRANCIS
IN-THE-FIELD
Exciting, Growing EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Home Chuich
off Kernan 895 Palm Valley Rd
553-9910 (1 mile east of US1)
615-2130
Meet Sun-days Sunday Services
M eet Suns 8:45am-9am Christian Formation -
10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Pre-K through Adults
10:00 amHoly Eucharist &. Children's Chapel
www.coastalchristian.org nursery available
4 HOLYTRINITY LORD OF LIFE
Fi ANGLICANCATHOLIC CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH
:r (A Traditional Anglican Church)
247-1442 (ELCA)
Holy Communion 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch
every Sunday at 8:00 A.M. Ph. 285-5347
Good Friday Service 9:00 am Rev. Julie Frank,Pastor
Holy Trinity meets in the Old Chapel Sunday Contemporary Worship
at 610 Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach 8:30am
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 50294 S Crh chl :am
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32240-0294 Sunday Church School 9:45am
www.holytriityneptunebeach.org Sunday LBW Worship 11:00am
Rev. Robert C. Adams. Vicar Nursery Provided


PONTE VEDRA

United Methodist
Church


Ponte Vedra
Presbyterian Church
"Where friends gather to worship"
4510 Palm Valley Road (CR 210)
www.pvpc.com
Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Breakfast
Nursery & Toddler Ministries
Middle, High School, College
Adult Ministries
Music & Art Ministries
Home of a Bethlehem Visit


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Landrum Ln, Ponte Vedra Beach CHURCH
9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service* Worship Service Eucharist
11:00 a.m. Traditional Service* 5pm Sunday
*Kingdom Kids available Rev. Gary Blaylock, Vicar
Childcare always provided Services held at:
Rev. Jeff Bennett, Pastor Neptune Baptist Church, Rm 101
407 Third Street
280-5141 www.pv-umc.org Neptune Beach
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UNITY DAILY WORD BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
STUDY CLASS CHURCH
Wed. Evening 7:30 pm MISSOURI SYNOD
* Ribault Garden Club 1423 N. 8th Ave., Jax Beach
705 2nd. Ave. N., Jax Bch Rev. Dana A. Brones, Pastor
(Corer 2nd. Ave. N. and 7th St. N.) Phone: 249-5418
http://www.blcjaxbeach.org
355-5100 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. racial
Service
Dial A Prayer 355-7044 Praise & Worship Saturday 5:30pm
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Church of the Daily Word Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.


ST. ANDREW'S 9St Paul's b the Sea FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH TRADITIONAL YET TIMELY
LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) N E P N E of the Beaches (Disciples of Christ) Sunday School forall ages 9:00 a.m
(BY THE SEA) L --- Episcopal Church Y2125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach S ay ool al ages 9:00 a
A Stephen Mini onegation Bapt is Church Comeworship with us by the ocean. Worship Service 10:15 a.m.
1801 Beach Blv. SATURDAY EVENING POWERFUL WORSHIP, PASSIONATE SERVICE SUNDAYS: Youth Fellowship 11:30 a.m.
Jacksonville Beach 249-4575 6:30 pm Contemprary Worship Service Traditional Services 8:00 & 9:00 am Nursery Provided-
PASTOR MICHAEL BLAKER SUNDAY W Children's Worship 9:00 & 11:00 am
Sunday Worship 9:00 am Contemporary Worshi Service Christian Education(all ages) 10:05 am CHRIST
8:00 am & 10:30am 1:30 a Tditial Serviceelcome Families Children's Chapel At 10 am Sun. Celratn Prai :00 UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
I ScWEDNESDAY Welcome FamiliesAt 7:30 & am Services Sun. WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY)
SSunday School :30 pm The Gathering & Singles C rist am Saervices Sun. 8:5:30 Sup er 400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
Children 9:15 am Bible Studiesfor Every Age & Life Situation 6:30 Choir, BibleStudy,Youth Netune Beach 249-5370
Youth/Adult 9:15am 407 Third Street corner of 5th St.& 11th Ave. N. Jax Beach, FL www.stpaulsbythesea@,spbts.net MahlonDixon, Senior Pastor 246-2010 Rev. Patrice Spenser
Youth t www.neptiebaptistorg Ne tuneBeach James Collins, Associate Pastor
Nursery Provided Tom Bary,Pastor 249-2307904-249-4091www.fccbdoc.com /email:fccbdoc@bellsouth.net Share in the lov of Chist
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN Rabbi EliezerBen-Yehuda, PhD. Spiritual Leader PA ST. JO N'S
."1'^ CHURCH .W T .L B Co-Presidents: Stuart Beckermian, Loretta Cornelius CATHOLIC CHURCH
150 Sherry Dne.AllanTcBeach FL CATHOLIC 2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
Rev Dr. Gabe Goo man, Pastor rtin 288 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach. 904 273-9100 (fx) 273-5567 1t Avenue North at 5th Street Fat Joseph Meehan
Church Office 249-8698 qZuLJU1IAv uNota5hSreWEEKEND MASSES
PreschoolKinderganen Office 241-7335 Shabbat &Torah Services 9:30 -12:00 noon Jacksonville Beach Saturday 5 p.m.
www.communitypcusa.org Service Times FatherWm. A. Kelly, astor Sunday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Schedule: We have a full range of activities and services for the beaches Jewish Father W. Kelly, pastor
Sunday Moing Worship 8:30 & 11a.m. Saturday 5:00 pm Nursery Available Sunday Morning
Sunday Moming Worship 8:30 & 11 a.0m. community. Please contact our office m-f 9-5 for information about Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. RECONC IATON
Church School-All Ages 9:45a.m. Sunday8:00am,9:30am& :00am adult education, Sisterhood activities and youth activities. Sunday Mass 7:00, 8:30, 10:00, Saturday 10:00 a.m. or by app
Youth Fellowships 5p.m (904)268-250011:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Contemporary Worship Serv. 5:59p.m. ) "A Home for Jewish Families at the Beach"Saturda i Wed. 6:00 p.m. (K-3) 7:15p.m. (4-6 r)
Chancel Choir Wednesdays7p.m, www.MandarinChristian.com atrdy sessions ay6:00 p.m.(H.S.)
Weekday PreschoolKindergarten (3, 4 & 5 yr olds) 6045 Greenland Rd. near Philips Hwy. ~ ~. .--._. After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m. 246-6014
Palm ValIey Baptist Church OCEANSIDE
48?-, Palm Valley Road. Ponte V'dri
(904) 2824,47 CHURCH OF CHRIST RS BAPTIST
S E-mail:palmchurch~be~louar~ le 1025 Snug Harbor Court 4 Y 1.g114L
Sunday School for all ages ....9:15am (off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th St. and Orchid ,
Sunday Worship St.) 324 N. 5th St., 249-2314
Service ............... 10:30am* Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Sunday Evening Bible Study 9:15 a.m.
Bible Study ................... 6:00pm 246-2709ed worship 1
Bible Class Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Family Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:30 .m.
Dinner ............................... 6:00pm ,W C:Wednesday Evening 6.15 p mi
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm . ... .
WednesdayBibleStudy ""Evening Service 6:30 p.m.
for all ages ..................... 7:00pm SerWeekday Ministry 246-2891 I
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S tmber 21 2007







The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


September 21, 2007


Anglican Beaches welcomes 1st vicar


By KATHY NICOLETTI
STAFF WRITER
The Rev. Gary Blaylock
became the first vicar at
Anglican Beaches Church on
September 1 and a special wel-
coming ceremony was held at
the church on September 9.
Blaylock's vision for
Anglican Beaches Church is
"to plant a church true to
Anglican beliefs and traditions.
It will be a place where people
at the beach can worship, a
place of healing, where they
can be involved in ministry,"
he said in a recent interview.
Anglican Beaches Church
began holding worship servic-
es in January of this year. A
group of 35 beaches residents
form the membership of the
church which is part of the
Anglican Communion, said
Blaylock.
The Anglican Communion
is the worldwide organization
of churches which originated
in England in the 1500's. It is
divided into 39 provinces
worldwide. The Episcopal
Church in the United States
also belongs to the Anglican
Communion, he said.
In recent years, some area
Episcopal churches have cho-
sen to separate from the
Episcopal Diocese while
remaining within, the Anglican
Communion. At the same
time, new Anglican churches
within the Anglican
Communion have been started
locally.
There are 24 churches with-
in the Alliance of Anglican
Churches in Northeast Florida,
said Blaylock.


While serving .,
as Vicar at
Anglican -i c
B e a c h e s
Church ,
Blaylock will
continue to
serve as Vicar at
the Church of
the Nativity in
Jacksonville.
The Church
of the Nativity
was formerly
part of the
Episcopal
Diocese but sep-
arated in 2006
while remaining Rev. Ga
within the
Anglican
Communion.
Blaylock plans to divide his
weekdays between the two
churches, with offices both in
Jacksonville and at the beach.
On Sunday, he will hold serv-
ices in the morning at Nativity
and in the evening for
Anglican Beaches congrega-
tion.
Raised in the Episcopal
Church, Blaylock graduated
from both Forrest High School
and Jacksonville University. He
and his wife Leona live in the
west beaches area and have a
daughter in college and a son
in high school:
Blaylock said he felt "called
to the ministry." He helped to
start Resurrection Episcopal
Church in Arlington where he
served for eight years.
At about the same time that
the congregation at the
Church of the Nativity decided
to leave the Episcopal Diocese,
Blaylock said he was reaching


ry Blaylock


Recommended
reading:
Two books that
Rev. Blaylock said are
meaningful to him
are "A Simple Path"
by Mother Teresa
and "The Case for
Christ" by Lee
Strobel.
Blaylock also said
that recently he has
been rereading the
Gospel of John as
well as Chapter 13 in
1st Corinthians.


the same deci-
sion on a per-
sonal level.
In 2005, Blaylock separated
from the Episcopal Diocese "to
come under the authority of
another Anglican bishop."
Blaylock describes his deci-
sion as "a matter of con-
science" and "not an easy deci-
sion."
It was the result of his con-
viction that "the Episcopal
Church was making decisions
and moving in directions that
I and many others believe are
contrary to our faith," he said.
"The spark was the ordina-
tion of a practicing homosexu-
al as bishop."
However, there was more
involved than this one issue,
he said. There were also differ-
ences in areas of faith and also
what should be included -in
worship services.
The congregation at
Anglican Beaches Church
"know who they are and what


they want," he said.
The new church
and its vicar are
under the pastoral
oversight of a bishop
in the Anglican
Communion
Province of Kenya in
Africa, he said.
"The Anglican
Church in Africa has
grown tremendous-
ly."
It is not unusual for
Anglican churches in
the United States to
have a connection
with bishops from
Africa and South
America, he said.
encouragement


Anglicans receive from over-
seas bishops has been inspiring
and beneficial, he said.
Blaylock has pledged to
evangelize the new church
within -the community., Both
he and church members can
help the church grown by
telling people about the
church, he said.
Currently Anglican Beaches
Church has Holy Eucharist at 5
p.m. on Sundays at Neptune
Baptist Church and holds Bible
Studies.
The 1979 Book of Common
Prayer is used for the service,
said Blaylock.
Blaylock has an office on the
Neptune Baptist Church cam-
pus at 407 Third Street.
For information about
Anglican Beaches Church call
the church office at 249-3332
or visit www.anglicanbeach-
eschurch.org.


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COULD YOUR CHILD BE AT RISK?

Your child may have 20/20 eyesight
but 0/0 vision. The difference is critical.
Eyesight is merely the basic ability to see.
Vision is the ability to identify, interpret.
comprehend, and act on what is seen.
Routine vision tests performed by school
personnel or by most eye care professionals
measure eyesight. The:. do not include
..: :.. the kinds of testing that can find visually
-_ .'--, -*'I ~ related learning problems.
Our VIP (Vision Improvement Program) can diagnose and successfully treat
vision problems that are often reflected in the following behaviors:
Unable to sit still; cannot stay on task for any
length of time.
Very clumsy: poor eye-hand coordination.
] Does written work very slowly; often fails to
complete a task,
Has difficulty copying visual material;
constantly looks up and down.
ll.. h,. Jd iul.-d f eyes when
reading.
SReversals-for example confusing the words
"was and saw" or letters "b and d".
Is disorganized and frustrated when studying :
visual information.
Makes frequent, "careless" errors.
If your son or daughter, age 7-18, has one or more of these behaviors, call
246-1952 today to schedule an evaluation for vision-related learning problems.
It could be the most important phone call you will make during his/her school years.
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photo submitted
Coastal Baptist Church extends an invitation to the community to celebrate the church's 20th year at a Homecoming Celebration
on Sunday. There will be music, family activities, and dinner on the church grounds. The festivities begin with Bible Study at 9:45
a.m. followed by Sunday Worship and Children's Church at 11 a.m. As the church continues its ministry, Rev. Tom Turner will
begin serving as Interim Pastor at the church on October 7. The church is located 750 Girvin Road; call the office at 221-6529 for
information.




photo submitted
'- .Children's Hebrew School is held

on Sunday mornings at Chabad at
the Beaches.


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September 30, 1922 September 17, 2007
With her ready smile, kind word to all and proud stories of
her grandchildren, Mildred "Midge May Bryant Douglas
passed away; on September 17, 2007 to join the angels she
so passionately believed in. She was born September 30, 1922
in St. Louis, Mo. She joined the US Navy Women's Reserve
in 1945 and was the first WAVE sworn, into the regular Navy
at NAS Jacksonville in 1948, serving until 1951. She met her
husband of 50 years, the late James E. "Doug" Douglas,
EMCM while both were serving duty at Great Lakes, IL. She
was a gifted teaching assistantfor reading and the hearing
impaired at San Pablo Elem., Jax Beach 6th Grade Center,
Marine Science Center, and Southside Exceptional Child
Center for 20 years with the Duval County School System.
After retirement she enjoyed singing in the church choir and
participating in her favorite water aerobics class. Her
memory will be treasured not only by her daughter, Michele
Putnam, her husband, Jim and their children, Kristin,
Douglas and Caitlin; her daughter Cathy Jaeger, her husband
David, and their children, Zachary and Samantha but all
who allowed her gentle spirit to become apart of their life.
She will be cremated and a private scattering of her ashes at
sea. A memorial service will be held at Beaches Chapel by
Hardage-Giddens, 1701 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach,
FL 32250 (904) 249-2374 October 6th at 2:00pm. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to Community Hospice
Foundation or by planting a tree/rosebush in her memory.


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September 21, 2007 SPO RTS


'"P
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ROB
DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


'Why don't


you cover


the junior


varsity?'


SA Th don't you cover
junior varsity?" It's a
V question we get
often usually when a player
has made the jayvee squad for
the first time and parents sud-
denly notice there are no
game stories in the paper.
Let's start with the basics:
It's not personal. We have
nothing against junior varsity
teails at Fletcher or Nease.
They prove a great training
ground for future varsity stars.
At the jayvee level, coaches
usually emphasize learning
the game and stress skill
development. Junior varsity
experience establishes the
basic building blocks that
players need before moving
up to the varsity squad.
Many of the Senators and
Panthers jayvee teams have
had great success over the
years and we do try to recog-
nize those achievements with-
in the pages of the Leader. A
season-ending wrap-up if a
team has gone undefeated or
distinguished itself in some
other way is not uncommon.
But varsity sports at each
school keep us plenty busy
throughout the year. We sim-
ply don't have the manpower
to staff junior varsity games.
In fact, no newspaper does.
On the other hand, we fre-
quently see parents with cam-
eras along the sidelines of the
various sports we cover, and it
must be the same way at
jayvee games. Why not sub-
mit a picture or two and
maybe a short write up about
the game to sports@beach-
esleader.com?
We run our Sports Briefs sec-
tion in almost every edition of
the paper and that would be a
perfect spot for junior varsity
updates.

|hus far, the football sea-
son is shaping up nicely
for both of our local
teams.
Nease has completed its
1,000-mile odyssey through-
out the Sunshine State and
emerged with a 2-1 record.
Coach Craig Howard's offense
looked unstoppable in pound-
ing North Marion 35-14 and
Martin County 35-0.
But then the Panthers ran
up against some really good
athletes at Class 2A Madison
County. Despite jumping out
to a two touchdown lead,
Nease saw the Cowboys claw
back into contention and
eventually cash in on a two-
point conversion for a 15-14
victory.
QB Ted Stachitas threw
three picks in that game, due
mainly to relentless pressure
by the Madison County
defense. 4
But something else became
evident in that game: Nease
needs a reliable, go-to target
for Stachitas. The dropped
passes that were a footnote in
the Panthers' first two games,
looked like a glaring weakness
last week.
Maybe it's time for Hunter
Bates to get some reps on
offense. The sure-handed
defensive back and kick
returned could be used as a
third-down receiver or in
other pass-critical situations.
In his senior season, Bates
would probably love to con-
tribute as a part-time two-way
player.
At Fletcher (2-1), the good
news is an offense that has
put 79 points on the board in
its past two games. Sopho-
more Jake Medlock has
emerged as the QB who can
best run the Senators offense
and get the ball to talented
receiver Lamar Scruggs.


Panthers dunk Falcons in lopsided meet


SPhoto by ROB DeANGELO
Nease High swimmer Kristin Gerkens competes in the girls 100-yard backstroke race Tuesday against Pedro Menendez High at Winston Family YMCA in Ponte
Vedra. Gerkens won the race, as well as the 200-yard individual medley, in helping the Panthers girls team achieve a 197-77 victory.


FROM STAFF

Nease swimmers had an easy
time of it in the pool Tuesday
against St. Johns County rival
Pedro Menendez. The Panthers
boys team won 238-43, while
the girls squad earned a 197-77
victory.
Nease swept the girls 200-
yard medley relay, with the
team of Annie Yin, Ashten
Crosby, Gemma Hoffman and
Kathleen Holtemian winning
with a time of 2-04.18. The',
Panthers "B" team of Morgan
Jenkins, Jamie Koch, Allison
Santillo and Miya Kusomoto
finished second in 2:07.97.
In the boys 200 medley relay,
the Panthers quartet of Alex
Campaneria, Alex Wilkinson,
Mychal Tarr and Danny
Chapman swam to a second-
place finish in 1:57.05.
Nease earned 23 points in
the girls 200-yard freestyle race
with Yin (2:07.22) winning, fol-
lowed by fellow Panthers
Hoffman (2:09.68), Katie
Kahlbaugh (2:11.52) and
Brooke Lockerman (2:14.47).
The Panthers' Wes Stevenson
claimed the boys 200 freestyle
with a time of 2:00.97.
Nease grabbed the top four
spots in the girls 200-yard indi-
vidual medley, with Kristin
Gerkens winning in a time of,
2:21.08, followed by Holterman
(2:25.15), Crosby (2:25.73) and
Morgan Jenkins, who finished
in 2:34.08.
Nease dominated the boys
200 IM as Nicholas Holterman
swam to a first-place finish in
2:17.77, followed by
Campaneria (2:28.68) and
Wilkinson (2:31.88).
The top four places in the
girls 50-yard freestyle event all
went to Panthers. Grace
Hoffman won, touching the
wall in 26.05, followed by Katie
Delaney (27.33), Lauren
Donnangelo (28.64) and
Kusomoto with a time of 29.16.
Matt Schlytter picked up
eight points for Nease with his
victory in the boys 50 free,
coming home in 22.44. Brad
Scott was second in 23.59.
Four Panthers proved quick-
est in the girls 100-yard butter-
fly, with Amanda Santillo win-
ning in 1:03.15, Gemma
Hoffman in second with a time
of 1:04.85, Kari Reed taking
third in 1:09.67 and Allison
Santillo finishing fourth in
1:10.74.
Tarr and Campaneria fin-
ished 1-2 in the boys 100 fly.
It was another top four sweep
for Nease in the girls 100-yard
freestyle race. Grace Hoffman
placed first in 56.82, followed
by Alayna Erhard in 56.90,
Diane Comstock with a time of
59.39 and Kahlbaugh touching
the wall in 1:00.53.
In the boys 100 free, Nease
swimmers claimed four of the
top five spots. Schlytter won in
50.01, Stevenson was second
with a time of 54.21, Christian
D'Alessandro placed fourth in
59.20 and Andrew Donnangelo
was fifth with a time of 59.35.
Kathleen Holterman earned
another eight points for the
Panthers with her first-place


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Nease's Ashten Crosby competes in the girls 100-yard breaststroke race Tuesday against Menendez High. Crosby finished second
in the event and also earned a third-place finish in the girls 200-yard individual medley.


finish in the grueling girls 500-
yard freestyle event. She swam
to victory in 5:33.00, followed
by Lockerman (5:52.57), Mary
Grace McCreary (5:58.28) and
Lexie Mackay in 6:39.59.
SPanthers swimmers earned
an additional 23 points in the
boys 500 free, with Austin
Lockerman winning with a
time of 5:49.81, Robbie
Snodgrass finishing second in
5:58.61, Chapman third in
6:04.71 and Kurt Rosenhauer
fourth with a time of 7:16.93.
In the girls 200-yard
freestyle relay, Grace Hoffman,
Gerkens, Amanda Santillo and
Erhard teamed up to deliver a
victory for Nease in 1:44.58.
The Panthers "B" team of
Donnangelo, Allison Santillo,
Delaney and Kahlbaugh fin-
ished second in 1:49.90.
Nease also claimed a win in
the boys 200 free relay as
Holterman; Stevenson, Scott
and Schlytter breezed home in
1:35.37. The Panthers also
earned second place with
Donnangelo, D'Alessandro,
Chapman and Tarr touching
the wall in 1:43.90.
Gerkens continued her busy
day in the water for Nease
with a 1:03.93.win in the girls
100-yard backstroke race.
Erhard was second in 1:05.78,
Jenkins (1:12.02) was third and
Lockerman placed fourth in
1:13.79.
Scott and Tarr finished in
first and second places, respec-
tively, in the boys 100 back-
stroke event.
Amanda Santillo was tops in
the girls 100-yard breaststroke
race, finishing in a time of


1.:12.98. Crosby was second in
1:15.54, Yin placed third in
1:19.57 and Koch came in
fourth with a time of 1:21.75.
Holterman won the boys
100 breaststroke race in
1:10.16. Wilkinson (1:18.67)
was third and Eric Ketcham
placed fourth with a time of
1:22.91.
Grace Hoffman. Gerkens,
Erhard and Amanda Santillo


teamed to capture the girls
400-yard freestyle relay in a
time of 3:60.52. Coming in
second was the Nease quartet
of Yin, Katie Delaney,
Kahlbaugh, Comstock and
placing third were Panthers
Katie Dornstader, Kelly
Krupinski, Lockerman and
Donnangelo.
In the boys 400 free relay,
Holterman, Stevenson, Scott


and Schlytter combined to
clock 3:36.32 for the win. The
team of Campaneria,
Donnangelo, Wilkinson and
D'Alessandro finished second
in 4:01.20.
The Panthers next hit the
pool Saturday morning for the
St. Johns River Athletic
Conference championships at
Cecil Field. Action is scheduled
to get under way at 9 a.m.


Panthers look to rebound tonight


against Bay Point in home opener


FROM STAFF
Following a one-point loss last Friday night at
Madison County, the Nease High football team
will seek to rebound in tonight's
home opener against Miami's Bay
Point High.
It's been a long, strange road trip
for the Panthers to open the 2007
season. The first week included a
journey to North Marion High,
just north of Ocala, and a 35-14
victory. Two weeks ago, Nease
ventured to Stuart and earned 35-
0 win over Martin County.
Last week, however, saw the
Panthers upended at Madison County.
Turnovers particularly three fourth-quarter
interceptions were the culprit as Nease fell 15-
14 to the Cowboys.
This week's opponent is a bit of an unknown.
The Falcons went 5-5 last season but the team is
in its second year of a three-year probationary
period rhandated by the Florida High School
Athletic Association. Bay Point was accused of


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transfer and recruiting violations and is ineligi-
ble for postseason play in all sports.
Bay Point is considered an alternative board-
ing school for moderate-risk high school age
boys. According to the school's website, educa-
tional, vocational and therapeutic
services are offered and students
are enrolled either by their families
or the state.
The site says Bay Point Schools,
Inc. was established in 1995 as a
pilot boarding school "for 13 to 18
year old juvenile delinquents,
based on a theory that these boys
1, are not mentally ill, sick or born
bad."
The Falcons earned their first
win of the season last week, downing Melboufne
Holy Trinity, 54-27. Running back Marcus Jerry
led the way with 302 rushing yards and two
touchdowns.
Quarterback Dante Ingrai completed 18 of 30
passes for 265 yards and four touchdowns
through the air. Ingram also rushed for 100 yards
and found the end zone for another score.
Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.


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Lucy Deckman and Allen Miller will try to defend the 2006 Men's
and Women's titles they won during Monday's 10th annual
Octogenarian Open Golf Tournament at Selva Marina Country
Club. The event is hosted by Fleet Landing. The 87-year-old
Deckman, who shot a 91 last year, and the 87-year-old Miller,
who carded a 78, are the octogenarians to beat in this year's
field.


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First session is free of charge
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For more information,
phone 891-3631 and ask for
Jordan.


Bowling
Youth bowling, sanctioned
by the United States Bowling
Congress, is taking place
Saturday at Beach Bowl. The
league began Sept. 8 and will
end in May 2008.
Fee is $30 per bowler and
includes a league shirt. Cost of
bowling is $8.50 per week of
the 34-week season.
League age groups include
Bumper Buddies (ages 4 to 7),


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Nease High swimmer Kristin Gerkens competes in the girls 100-
yard backstroke race Tuesday at Winston Family YMCA in
Ponte Vedra. Gerkens won the event and the Panthers easily
outpointed their foes from Pedro Menendez High.


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After a dismal prognosis, things



looking much better for Everett


T here is hope that Kevin
Everett, the Buffalo Bill
who suffered a cata-
strophic spinal cord injury in
the NFL season opener, may
walk again.
While attempting to make a
tackle, Everett's head snapped
down, and he then fell face
first directly to the ground,
and lay motionless on the
turf. He was taken off the
field by ambulance, and then
underwent emergency spinal
stabilization by Dr. Andrew
Cappuccino.
Cappuccino alleviated the
pressure that had developed
on the spinal cord, and then
stabilized the break between
the third and fourth vertebrae
by inserting a combination of
a bone graft, two rods, a plate
and eight screws.
Initially it was feared that
Everett would be completely
paralyzed from the neck
down, but as the week devel-
oped, he has shown some vol-
untary movement in his
hands and feet.
In addition, Dr. Cappuccino
immediately began treating
Everett with another new
treatment that is remarkable
in its simplicity. He ran iced
intravenous saline through
Everett's body in order to
reduce his body temperature
to 92 degrees, and in effect
putting "ice" at the site of the
injury, just as you would an
ankle sprain.
This was immediately start-
ed in the ambulance, contin-
ued in the operating room,
and into the ICU after surgery.
Dr. Cappuccino had only
recently learned about this
"modest hypothermia" treat-


GREGORY
SMITH, M.D.
CONTRIBUTOR


ment from Dr. Barth Green, a
leading authority in spinal
cord injury and director of
The Miami Project.
"We've been doing a proto-
col on humans and having
similar experiences for many
months now," Green stated.
"This is the first time I'm
aware of that the doctor was
with the patient when he was
injured and the hypothermia
was started within minutes of
the injury.
"We know the earlier it's
started, the better."
Part of the University of
Miami School of Medicine,
The Miami Project is the
world's largest spinal cord
injury research center with
over 200 doctors and scien-
tists. Founded in 1985, by Dr.
Barth Green and former
Miami Dolphin great Nick
Buoniconti, the center's goal
is to ultimately find a cure for
spinal cord injury which leads
to paralysis.
The Project was started after
Buoniconti's son, Marc, was


paralyzed due to a tackling
injury suffered in a game
when he was a 19-year-old
sophomore for the Citadel.
In an amazing twist of fate,
for years one of The Miami
Project's leading contributors
has been Buffalo Bills owner
Ralph Wilson. Contributing
millions of dollars of his own
money, the very research that
Wilson helped support will
likely allow one of his own,
Kevin Everett, to walk again.
Dr. Green, reported that
with a "high level of confi-
dence" he felt that Everett
would ultimately walk again,
based on his experience with
this injury, Dr. Cappuccino's
quick use of hypothermic
techniques, and the fact that


he was showing voluntary use
so early after the injury.



This column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports,
medicine, and safety. It. is not
intended to serve as a replace-
ment for treatment by your regu-
lar doctor. It is only designed to
offer guidelines on the preven-
tion, recognition, and care of
injuries and illness. Specific con-
cerns should be discussed with
your physician. Mail your ques-
tions to Gregory Smith, MD -
Sportsmedicine, 1250 S. 18th
Street, Suite 204, Fernandina
Beach, FL 32034.


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Surf-Teens, ages 13 to 20.
For more information
phone 249-3600 and ask
about youth bowling.

Fishing
Chris Henninger and Matt
Davis won the most recent
Xtreme Redfish Tournament
with a combined weight of
13.49 pounds and they caught
the biggest fish of the event, a
6.98-pound red. They won
$1,640.
Fred Anson and Desi
Relaford won second place
with a combined total of
11.74 pounds, good for $630.
In third place were George
Atelevich and Larry Finch
with a catch of 11.17 pounds.
They won $260.
The next Xtreme
Tournament will take place
Oct. 13 at the Joe Carlucci
Boat Ramp. Phone George
Atelevich at 514-4829 for
more information.

Fitness Camps
Registration is now open for
Beach Girls Fitness, an out-
door fitness program for
women of all fitness levels.
The fitness camps involve
total body workouts designed
to help women lose weight,
gain energy, gain self esteem
and feel great.
Camps take place Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 5:45
a.m., 6:45 a.m. and 7 a.m. at
various locations.
For more information
phone Pushpa Duncklee at
403-9568 or visit and register
online at
beachgirlsfitness.com.

Golf
Where: Ponte Vedra Golf &
Country Club
Event: Cha Cha Cha
Date: Held Sept. 12
First place: Barbara
Donnelly, Eleanor Kerosky,
Marilyn Marshall, Faye Barkan
(score 121)
Second place: Caryn Kasik,
Debbie McWade, Mavis
Corser, Julia Galac (score 127)
Third place: Lisa Berlin,
Kate Mitchell, Helen Keeler,
Debbie McWade (score 128)

Jaguars Tickets
Jacksonville Jaguars single
game tickets are now.on sale.
The tickets can be purchased
three different ways: By log-
ging on to jaguars.com 24
hours a day, by phoning 633-
2000 or 1-877-4-IAGS-TIX
press 31, or at the Jacksonville
Municipal Stadium ticket
office located in the north
end of the stadium. The office
is open Monday to Friday
from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Single game ticket prices are
as follows: $42, $52, $57, $70
and $95 for general bowl
seats. Crown Royal
Touchdown Club seats are
available upon request.


sion, and second in fighting.

is as follows:

Oct. 14 vs. Houston, 1 p.m.
Oct. 22 vs. Colts, 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 18 vs. San Diego, 1 p.m.
Nov. 25 vs. Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Dec. 9 vs. Carolina, 1 p.m.
Dec. 23 vs. Oakland, 1 p.m.

Jaguars season tickets and
four-game mini-packs, featur-
ing the Monday night
matchup against the defend-
ing Super Bowl champion
Indianapolis Colts, are also
still available.
For more information, fans
can visit jaguars.com or
phone 633-2000 (press 2).

Pilates
Beaches pilates classes are
held at Hollie's Dancin'
Dream Studio. Classes are
Tuesday to Thursday from
9:15 a.m. until 10:15 a.m.
For more information visit
beachespilates.com or phone
234-0038.

Tennis
The Ponte Vedra Golf and
Country Club at Sawgrass will
offer tennis clinics for adult
beginners starting in October.
Weekday and weekend ses-
sions are available.
Each session will consist of
nine hours of group instruc-
tion at a cost of $90 per per-
son.
Weekday classes will take
place Thursdays from 9 a.m.
until 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 4, 11,
18 and 25, as well as Nov. 1-
and 8 .
Weekend classes will take
place Saturdays from 11 a.m.
until 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 6, 13,
20 and 27, along with 3 and
10.
For more information con-
tact the Club at 285-6166 ext.
3.

Volleyball
Jacksonville Juniors
Volleyball Association is hold-


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The Navy announces its intent to revise the previously released Draft
OEIS/EIS assessing potential environmental impacts of establishing an
undersea warfare training range (USWTR) off the eastern coast of the
United States for anti-submarine warfare (,SW) training. Based on
comments received from federal agencies, state agencies, and members
of the public, the Navy determined that a new draft OEIS/EIS should
be prepared, incorporating suggestions received during the public
review and comment period. The changes contemplated involve
addition of an alternative and modification of the methodology used to
analyze behavioral impacts on marine mammals.
Recognizing the continued importance of public input, the Navy is also
reopening the scoping process and invites you to submit any comments
relevant to the scope of issues to be addressed in the revised DOEIS/
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kids ages 10-12 (in fourth
through sixth grades) from
5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. Sept. 24
and 26.
League for kids 13-17 will
take place from 7 p.m. until 9
p.m. on the same nights.
Cost is $99 per session, with
three sessions slated for Oct. 1
and Oct. 22. Each session has
six practices.
For more information visit
jjva.com or phone 625-2511.

Wrestling
The 30-day Countdown
Folkstyle Challenge will take
place at Fletcher High School
on Saturday, Sept. 22 begin-
ning at 10 a.m.
There are middle school and
high school divisions.
For more information, con-
tact Roy Fallon at 233-5008.

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LEFT: Nease High quarter-
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the Madison County defense
kept him bottled up in the
Panthers' 15-14 loss.
SBELOW: The Panthers
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ou have proudly made it
to the gym. You've kept
the motivation up
throughout the day long
enough to don your spandex
and are now seated on a
bench ready to start your first
set of bicep curls. Just as you
are trying to remember
whether your palms are sup-
posed to face up or down, a
huge, burly guy in a cut-up t-
shirt slings his dumbbells onto
the floor with a THUMP and
grunts so loudly you jump.
You look down at your five-
pound dumbbells, quickly
decide that you don't belong
there, and retreat to the ellip-
tical machine to do 20 min-
utes of cardio, feeling stupid
that you gave up so easily.
In my experience working
with people new to fitness,
intimidation at the gym is a
huge obstacle to overcome
because it stops people from
doing any resistance training.
To many people gyms are not
somewhere where they feel
like they belong. That, com-
pounded with the fact that
many first-time weight train-
ers are never quite sure if they
look stupid to the seasoned
gym attendees, is a good way
to stop motivation in it's
tracks.
Well I'm here to tell you
that most of these feelings are
way more intense than need
be. Most people at the gym
couldn't care less what other
people are doing- they are
there for their own needs.
Keep in mind that just
because they've been working
out longer than you doesn't
mean that they have some
unwritten right to use a gym
more than you do. If you feel
like people stare at you in the
mirrors, it's more likely that
they are bored between sets
then critiquing your workout
in their head. In fact, your
eyes probably wander when
you are resting, too. It also
helps to remember that every-
one in the gym was a begin-
ner at some point of their lift-
ing career.
Despite knowing all of that,
the gym can still seem a bit
scary. Here are a few tips to


LEAH FAE COCHRAN
CONTRIBUTOR

squelch uneasy feelings:
1. Have a plan: This is the
best way to avoid feeling awk-
ward. Research exercises
before you go and write down
a detailed workout plan to fol-
low during your time in the
gym. Stick to it no matter
what. Scope out where all the
equipment is located so you
are not searching around aim-
lessly for a medicine ball or an
attachment. You can even
practice the movements of the
exercises before you go. to the
gym so you are sure of them
once you get there. Carrying a
pad of paper doesn't immedi-
ately single you out as a new-
bie- many people who have
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self enough time to allow
-intimidation to win. This also
means that you will get a great
cardio workout while you're
lifting weights. Plan to do cir-
cuits of four or five exercises
back-to-back with no rest in
between.
Be in your own world: The
explosion of MP3 players has
turned the gym. into a very
individual experience. The
majority of people working
out are wearing them now.
Not only will music pump you
up when you are lifting, it will
distract your attention from
everyone else enough to
ignore them. Just don't sing
along out loud.
Tell people you are train-
ing for something: Even peo-
ple that have been weight
training for years can be
intimidated of trying newer, ,
non-traditional exercises that
may be different from what
everyone else is doing. If you
are stuck in the "bench-press
groove" make up something
to tell people you're training
for. For some reason, people
generally don't question it
when athletes do less-than-
normal things to train. So if it
makes you feel better, tell peo-
ple you are an athlete.
Ask others: If you don't feel
sure if you have the form right
on an exercise, ask. Most peo-
ple in the gym love to give


others advice and are very
friendly. This is a good prac-
tice to establish because not
only will.you learn the exer-
cise, you will feel more com,
fortable next time you are
exercising beside that person.
Who knows, you might even
end up with a quality workout
partner somewhere down the
line.
Attend a class or hire a
professional: Lastly, recruit
the help of someone who will
make sure you are doing
things right. This could mean
attending some of the resist-
ance-training group classes or
hiring a trainer. For many, the
peace of mind that comes
with having professional help
is all they need to stay moti-
vated.
Just remember, if you find
yourself on the cardio
machines every time you
wanted to weight train, you
are only hurting yourself.
Putting yourself out there can
be daunting at first, but if you
are consistent about attending
the gym, the newness won't
last long and you will be well
on your way to reaching your
fitness goals.
Leah Fae Cochran is a certi-
fied personal trainer through the
National Academy of Sports
Medicine and hold a journalism
degree from the University of
Florida. She works at Gracor
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Top surfers enjoy


competition during


Sunrise contests


FROM STAFF

Surfers from all over the
Sunshine State flocked to
Jacksonville Beach two
weeks ago for the combined
Sunrise Longboard Pro/Am and
Sunrise Pier Pressure competi-
tions.
Pro judges from Cocoa Beach
were on hand to evaluate
surfers, in keeping with the
Florida Surfing Association's
administrative program. The
FSA is based in
Jacksonville
and provides
competitions to
bridge the gap
between ama-
teur and profes-
sional surfing
programs.
The field of
competitors
once again A
highlighted the
fact that some '
great surfing -g.e-- I
talent resides
right here in
the Beaches
area. And the
sea cooperated
on Sept. 8, with
good-sized
waves enabling
contestants to
go for huge
reverse airs,
deep carving
cutbacks and C
other point-
scoring maneu- See live surf
vers. www.beache
In the Pier
Pressure event, 15-year-old
Evan Thompson surfed flaw-
lessly and even topped his
older, more experienced broth-
er Cody. Both Thompsons are
on the USA Surf Team.
Evan combined contempo-
rary maneuvers with consis-
tency and threw in plenty of


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speed-generating moves to
impress spectators, other com-
petitors and clearly, the judges.
In the pro division, P.J.
Satterwhite was second, with
Shane Murray third and Eric
Rheaume placing fourth.
Tristian Thompson won the
Menehune Division, with
Logan Raulerson placing sec-
ond and Charlie Current com-
ing in third.
Josh Motes and Zach
Weinert finished 1-2 in the
Juniors competition.
In the shortboard event, it
was the Venn
brothers. -
Jason and Jeff
rarely seen
competing
together, who
S surfed very
well and took
the top two
places in the
Open category.
In the
SLongboard
Classic, it was
Melbourne
Beach's Charlie
S.Broughton
who came up
to take the Pro
Division purse
: : away from
local ripper
Justin Quintal
and Dylan
Andrews.
Buddy Evans
won the Open
ire division, with
Dylan
cam video at ews tak-
Andrews tak-
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Jessie Carnes
winning Women's and Mitch
Kaufmann taking the Legends
title.
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hanging fives and tens, show-
ing prowess with their combi-
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Sat 4:21am 10:44am 5:07pm ll:36pm 5:03am 10:47am 5:41 pm 11:45pm
Sun 5:21 am 11:42am 6:02pm None 6:01am 11:46am 6:34pm None
Mon 6:17am 12:26am 6:52pm 12:39pm 6:55am 12:34am 7:23pm 12:43pm
Tue 7:09am 1:14am 7:41pm 1:33pm 7:46am 1:20am 8:11 pm 1:37pm
Wed 8:00am 2:01 am 829pm 2:26pm 8:36 am 2:04 am 8:59 pm 2:29 pm
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Pablo Creek Entrance Palm Valley
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Sun 6:30am 12:18am 7:03pm 12:19pm 8:llam l:52am 8:52pm 1:58pm
Mon 7:24am 1:07am 7:52pm 1:16pm 9:07am 2:42am 9:42pm 2:55pm
Tue 8:15am 1:53am 8:40pm 2:10pm 9:59am 3:30am 10:31 pm 3:49pm
Wed 9:05am 2:37am 9:28pm 3:02 pm 10:50am 4:17am 11:19pm 4:42pm
Thu 9:55am 3:21am 10:18pm 3:52pm 11:40am 5:03am None 5:32pm


Kayley and Lawton
DeLay, above, and
Debbie Campbell
earned honorable
mention honors for
their submissions to
The Leader's surf con-
test.


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My best surfing trip
My best surf trip story was during the
summer one year ago. My brother was
at surf camp at the time. My mom
thought I wasn't old enough to loin the
surf camp.
The last day of surf camp my Momr
wanted to watch my brother surf, and
the coach came up to me and asked me
if I wanted to try surfing. I got on that
board and surfed. After that day I loved
surfing.


Kayley DeLay. 8 years old
Jacksonville Beach


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My personal surfing experience: My best surfing trip
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the experience of riding the waves is fun. That was my best surfing trip.
Lawton DeLay
Jacksonville Beach


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the time my camera snapped the photo, I only got his toes. Hang ten???


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WEEKEND


* Go ask Alice Milla
Jovovich returns in
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... see Screen, B-4
* Arts
... see B-3
* Music
... see B-5


September 21. 2007


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Get Out...

Special Sunday at
Shelby's
A Special Sunday at
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe,
Neptune Beach, for the pro-
fessional piano stylings of
John Thomas, will be held
from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Sunday. Shelby is looking
forward to her original
vision of presenting John
Thomas' solo piano rendi-
tions of the great American
songbook.

Adult Discovery Art
Class
Guana Tolomato
Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
will host an adult begin-
ning art class from 9 a.m.-1
p.m. Saturday. The class
will focus on color study
and beginning drawing of
butterflies and marsh
scenes. Students begin the
class with a short nature
walk, then head to the
Environmental Education
Center classroom to create
on paper. The class will be
taught by local artist Jean
Drayovitch, whose art
murals decorate the walls of
the Manatee Caf6 in St.
Augustine. Cost to attend is
$45, payable in advance.
All materials are supplied,
but bringing a brown bag
lunch is suggested. Call
904-635-0941 to reserve a
seat.

Music in Courtyard
Music in the Courtyard is
played from 7-10 p.m.
every Friday through the
end of October at 200 First
Street in Neptune Beach.
It's a free event open to the
public. Tonight features
Sam Rodriguez and his
Latin Band playing Mambo
Music. Rodriguez is recog-
nizedfor his strong, cre-
ative imagination that pres-
ents a fresh sound and
approach to both drum and
percussion. Beer, wine, cof-
fee and desserts are avail-
able for purchase at
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe. The
evening is sponsored by
The Shoppes at 200 First
Street. For information, call
249-2922.

Festival of Trees
Registration for the third
annual St. Johns County
Festival of Trees at World
Golf Village, to be held
Nov. 30-Dec. 9, is under-
way. The deadline for local
companies, organizations,
families and friends that
want to participate is Oct.
5. The holiday event show-
cases decorated trees
throughout the St. Johns
County Convention Center.
All trees and wreaths will
be part of a silent auction.
All proceeds benefit two
....ocal charities. For informa-
tion or to obtainha commit-
ment form, call 904-940-
4010 or go to
www.wgv.com.

Vision Awareness Walk
A vision awareness walk
will be held from 9 a.m.-1
p.m. Saturday, starting and
ending at the Sea Walk
Pavilion. For information,
call 904-633-8307.

Olustee Battlefield
The Florida Department
of Environmental
Protection's Olustee
Battlefield Historic State
Park hosts a camp meal
with reenactors to teach the
hardships and victories of
war during the annual Civil
War Expo. The expo, which
runs from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Saturday, is a day of
authentic military drills,
music and storytelling,
exhibits, period artisans
and traveling merchants, A
donation of $4 per vehicle
is requested to benefit the
park and its Citizen Support
Organization. For informa-
tion, call 386-397-7005. To
learn more about Olustee
Battlefield, visit
www.FloridaStateParks.org/
olustee.

Miracles in Moonlight
Gala
The seventh annual


Miracles in the Moonlight
Gala, to benefit the North
Florida chapter of the


photo submitted
Members of the American Brass Quintet are (top left) John D. Rojak, bass trombone, (top right)
Raymond Mase, trumpet, (bottom left).David Wakefield, horn, Kevin Cobb, trumpet, and
Michael Powell, trombone.



BFiS opens 35th season



with flm. Brass Quintet


1by KAT H HARTMAN
PONTE VEDRA EDITOR
A member of the revered
American Brass Quintet,
whose chamber music has
been heard in every state
and around the world,
opened the floor to ques-
tions Wednesday at
Jacksonville Beach
Elementary School.
"Can you play 'Jaws'?"
one audience member asked.
Bass trombonist John
Rojak obliged, playing sever-
al measures of the familiar
dah-dum that has become
synonymous with a big, bad
shark.
Rojak and the other four
members of the American
Brass Quintet open the
Beaches Fine Arts Series
(BFAS) season this evening
with a free concert in
Jacksonville Beach.
The 7:30 p.m. concert is at
St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
1150 Fifth St. N., between
11th and 12th avenues


north. Doors open at 6:45
p.m. and seating is first-
come, first-served.
Although the 47-year-old
quintet has performed in the
series three times in the past
decade, this performance
will have at least two new
elements.
Some of the music they'll
be playing is new to their
repertoire, and the concert is
to be recorded for release on
a national radio show,
"Performance Today."
Kathy Wallis, executive
director of BFAS, said she
was "shocked" when she was
told American Public Media
wanted to record the quintet
at St. Paul's.
"I just was amazed," she
said, adding that the expo-
sure on national public radio
channels "will be good for
the Beaches Fine Arts Series,
for the city and for the
church."
Ray Mase, who has been
with the quintet for 35
years, said the group fre-


quently has been recorded
for Performance Today.
The producers "are well
aware" of the American
Brass Quintet's performance
schedule, Mase said after the
instructional concert at the
Jacksonville Beach school.
Since its first performance
in December 1960, the
American Brass Quintet has
performed for major concert
series in all 50 states, and
the group's foreign touring
has taken it throughout
Europe, Central and South
America, the Middle East,
Asia and Australia, according
to the group's web site
(www.americanbrassquin-
tet.org).
The quintet's recordings,
which number more than
45, represent "the largest
body of serious brass cham-
ber music ever recorded by
one ensemble," the site
notes.


See BRASS, B-9


Rains give plants a makeover


all in North Florida is
about to be experienced
Sby all of us. The recent
rains decreased the humidity,
and turned a few of my.nasty-
looking plants into luxurious
beauties.
I can feel a very slight dif-
ference in'the temperatures,
and by the beginning of
October we should all feel
some degree of fall in the air.
Many of you will notice
plants in other people's yards
that are real knockouts now,
ones that have been there all
along, but only now do they
really come alive to the view-
er's eye.
Today we'll talk about what
some of these plants are and
how they can bring a touch
of fall to yourdandscape.
Recently, I took on the task
of filling four large pots at an
elementary school which is
in a very disadvantaged area
of Jacksonville.
The teachers, as well as the
kids, always comment on the
pretty colors, and it makes
me feel good to gi\e some-
thing to them. The school is
due to close next fall, and it
is a pity since it one of the
very few real, neighborhood
schools left in Jacksonville.
The mission was more


BARBARA
MATHESON
GARDENING
COLUMNIST
important to me because of
this. I needed something easy
and quick. I decided to only
stick with three plants, all the
same, in each container.
I have to admit that the
pots look awfully good. I had
a tight budget, so used only
1 gallon-sized plant, and then
the rest of the plants were
either in six packs, or 4- or 6-
inch pots. For the back-
ground plant, I selected bur-
gundy Fountain Grass, look-
ing for any with tassles ready
to open.
The middle-sized plant was
an Ixora, actually a shrub
with deep green foliage and
flower clusters that come in


deep orange, yellow or pink.
The plant is not freeze toler-
ant, but for the next few
months, it will do nicely and
bring a lot of color to the
pots. I bought the deep
orange and it looks great
against the burgundy grass.
The third plant, the lowest
in size and therefore the
drooping one, was Portulaca,
also called Moss Rose. This
one comes in a large range of
colors, and those I could buy
for about 80 cents apiece, so
each pot had at least three
Portulaca.
By the way, the pots get
morning sun, very little atten-
tion as far as watering,dead
heading, etc. The things. I
picked had to be pretty low
maintenance; using a potting
mix with fertilizer and mois-
ture control pellets was a
necessity. Doing this project
got me in the mood for fall, a
season I really like.
A few of the natives that I
love for their color in the fall
are Beauty Berry, Firebush,
Goldenrod, and Milkweed. I
know you are saying, "Who
would ever want to plant
goldenrod or milkweed in
their landscape? I consider

See MATHESON, B-2


'Natural Visions' opens

at Stellers Gallery Annex


FROM CONTRIBUTOR
Stellers Gallery Annex in
Neptune Beach will host the
opening exhibit of fine art
painters Suzanne Magee and
John Bunker on today from 6
p.m. to 9 p.m.
"Natural ViSions," which
will run through Friday, Oct.
19, features Magee's fine
watercolors and Bunker's
mixed media paintings.
The painters will display an
array of tropical
flower and
fauna, along
with abstracts
and macros of
plants, flowers,
and exotic fish .
such as the Koi,
along with many
new and familiar
natural themes.
According to
gallery owner Hillary Tuttle of
Stellers, the exhibit will fea-
ture a retrospective and new
works by Bunker, who has
been a professional artist for
35 years.
His abstracted and represen-
tational pieces will include a
range of work from very fine
detail, to broad brush strokes
and palette knife techniques.
Bunker's extensive and var-
ied local and national muse-
um career includes being the,
long-term associate director
and interim director of the
Jacksonville Art Museum and
the director of the Cummer
Museum of Art & Gardens.


Bunker recently received the
. 2007 Individual Art Award
from the Cultural Council of
Greater Jacksonville for his
four decades of volunteer serv-
ice to the community.
He is a graduate of both the
Smithsonian Institute's
Fundamentals of museum
Management and the J.P.
Getty's Museum Management
SInstitute at the University of
California at Berkeley.
SCurrently,
Bunker is the
president of the
Riverside Fine
Arts Association
Concert Series
Advisory
Committee and
the board of the
JIA Arts
Commission,
serving as cura-
tor. A graduate of Florida State
University, he also holds an
advanced degree form
Vanderbilt University-
Peabody College. His art works
are included in numerous
museum, corporate, public
and private collections in the
U.S. and abroad.
Magee's work begins with a
sturdy piece of blank watercol-
or paper as she interprets the
elegance of botanical-life
which is transformed into an
intricate assembly of meticu-
lous brushstrokes, while incor-


See VISIONS, B-3


photo submitted
Above: John Bunker's mixed media Kimono series. Top (inset)
"Goldfish" by Suzanne Magee.



'The King of Kong' is


'Rocky' of video games


en minutes into "The
King of Kong," you'll ask
yourself, "Why am I
watching a documentary
about nerdy gamers?"
By movie's end, you'll real-
ize you're watching the
"Rocky" of video games.
Many peripheral characters
inhabit this movie, but there
are only three that stick in the
mind. One of them is the
video game Donkey Kong,
familiar to countless time-
wasters of the 1980s. In it, a
gorilla hurls countless barrels
at the game's "player," i.e., the
guy who tries to rescue a
woman Kong has kidnapped.
Billy Mitchell has made his
life's reputation from Donkey
Kong. He posted a huge Kong
score that was considered
unassailable for nearly a quar-
ter-century. The movie dis-
plays Mitchell as an arrogant
narcissist. Mitchell says that as


STEVE
BAILEY
REVIEWER


hugely gifted as he has proven
to be, there must be some
poor schnook who got the
short end of life's stick.
Then we meet that very per-
son. Steve Wiebe has tried to
do many things (rock-band

See KONG, B-4


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photo submitted
Cast members of "Steel Magnolias" are from left, Candace Cooke as.Clairee Belcher, Lisa Valdini as M'Lynn Eatenton, Patti
Eyler (Beaches resident) as Truvy Jones, Evelyn Gaynor as Annelle Dupuy-Desoto, Emily Tello as Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie and
Lisa Clarson as Ouiser. The musical runs through Oct. 7 at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre. Call 641-1212.


THEATRE NOTICES


"CABARET" This musi-
cal is staged at 8 p.m. every
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
through Sept. 29 at Players by
the Sea Community Theatre,
106 6th Street N., Jacksonville
Beach. Matinee performances
are held at 2 p.m. Sunday and
sept. 23. Tickets are $25. Call
249-0289 for reservations.
"THEY ARE PLAYING OUR
SONG" The Atlantic Beach
Experimental Theatre presents
this musical at 8 p.m. today and
Saturday at the theater, 716
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach;
Tickets are $20. Call 249-7177
for information.
:- CRIMINAL HEARTSS, --
This adult.comqedy is staged.at
7:30, p.m. today and Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday tat The
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old
Mission Avenue, St. Augustine.
Tickets are $20. Call (904) 825-
1164 for information.
"STEEL MAGNOLIAS" -
The musical runs through Oct.
7. at the Alhambra Dinner
Theatre, 12000. Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Doors open at 6
p.m. for evening shows.
Performances begin at 8 p.m.
Matinees are held at 11 a.m. on


photo by CARSON MERRY BAILLIE
Laura and Randall Adkison play a couple who write music and
lyrics in the Neil Simon musical comedy 'They're Playing Our
Song." The play runs at 8 pm today and Saturday at 716 Ocean
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Tickets are $20. Call 249-7177.


Saturday and noon on Sunday.
.Admission ranges from $39 to
$46 for dinner and show. Call
641-1212 for information.
"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S
DREAM" Theater
Jacksonville presents the
Shakespeare classic at 8 p.m.
every Thursday through
Saturday and at 2:30 p.m. every
Sunday through Oct. 6 at the
theater, 2032 San Marco Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Tickets are $10.
Call 396-4425 for information.
WORKSHOP The
Atlantic Beach Experimental
Theatre is offering a six-week
drama workshop for adults on
Sunday from 5 to 7 pmn at 716
QSeap, Blvd corner, .gp 7th,
Atlantic Beac. The instructor is
ABET founder and former artis-
tic director, Carson Merry
Baillie.
Baillie has led drama work-
shops at Players and ABET since
1990. The workshop is a relaxed
atmosphere for actors of all lev-
els of experience, and includes
improvisation, monologue and
scene study, with an emphasis
on becoming at ease on stage,
and acquainted with theatre ter-
minology and audition skills.
SCall 246-3394.


Matheson: Thrysallis loaded with yellow flowers


Cont. from B-1
them as trash plants and
would pull them out."
I might agree with you for'
all seasons of the year except
for fall. At that time, they
come into their glory. The
Goldenrod with its deep gold-
en yellow plumes, is always
ready to be cut for fall-
arrangements. Milkweed, with
its deep orange blossoms that
butterflies absolutely love,
especially the Monarch, alone
looks like it belongs in the fall
landscape due to its deep
orange color.
Beauty Berry is absolutely
one of my very favorites. At
this time of year you'll notice
the plant, not for its leaves or
flowers, but for the clusters of
deep purple berries found on
its branches.
It comes in a white variety
as well as the purple, but I
love the purple. The berries
themselves are unique and
can be eaten, often made into
jelly, and they dry naturally if
brought indoors and added to
an arrangement.
If you don't bump into the
container to stir the berries
into falling, they will stay
intact and in color for many
weeks. They look spectacular
with many of the ornamental
grasses now coming to the
nursery markets.
The other native that I love
is a happy plant no matter
what the weather, but it
blooms in the fall with bright
red, tubular flowers which
attract what Hummingbirds,
because they love red and
they also love tubes to stick
their long beaks into. The


plant just sits underneath a
pile of ginger leaves and mis-
cellaneous other stuff I never
seem to cull out, but when it
decides to break forth, it
always does so, and it is so
pretty, lasting a long time.
With its award-winning,
unique red flowers. All of
these native plants are also
salt tolerant, and since many
are becoming more popular,
most of our nurseries now sell
them.
I have a few favorites that
are not considered natives,
but they sure have become
staples in my gardens. They
are Shrimp Plant, Angel
Trumpet, Golden Dewdrop,
Cuphea or Candy Corn Plant.
Thrysallis is my star.
I absolutely have fallen in
love with Thrysallis, a plant I
purchased in a gallon-sized
pot a few years ago and just
dug it in. I did it as an experi-
ment because no one knew
anything about it.
This plant just thrives in the
sun of my backyard and is
loaded from start to finish
with bright yellow, small clus-
ters of flowers. This year I
pruned it in the spring, not
knowing how to do it, so I
just reshaped it a tad, and it is
going gangbusters. It happens
to be next to the red firebush,
close to my Vitex which
blooms in early summer with
purple plumes, but since the
Thrysallis is always in bloom,
it looks handsome with any-
thing that happens to be in
bloom.
I cannot find anything
about its salt tolerance, but I
think it would prosper just


about anywhere.except right
on the ocean. Could be it will
even take those winds and salt
spray let me know.
The Shrimp plant and Angel
Trumpet plant are not new to
you, but at this time of year,
they look spectacular and take
up a lot of otherwise empty
space. My Angel Trumpets are
peachy in color, the shrimp
plant is a deep coral/pale red,
though it is available in many.
colors, and the Golden
Dewdrop I also have is loaded
with purple plumes that show
a bit of yellow.
Cuphea is a weird one, and
is very unusual in the fall
when its blooms are on long
spikes, looking just like yellow
and orange candy corn.
It is a pain because it
becomes invasive, like that
Mexican Petunia (ruellia), but
if you can keep it within
bounds, it is a neat one to
have. None of these plants
require anything from me,
except some pruning in the
spring, and by now, they've
become shrublike in size so
take up most of my garden's
space. I can plant annuals
around them if I want to, but
I don't need to bother. A fresh
supply of mulch enhances
their color, and marks off one
more garden chore that needs
to be done in the fall anyway.
There are many other plants
that take up mass and there-
fore would be called shrublike
to me, ones with coppery
foliage like the Copper
Begonia, the many interesting
grasses that provide a bur-
gundy tone if planted in
masses, some sages that come


back to life in the cooler
nights, heliconias of which
bird-of-paradise is one (very
hard to grow here because of
the freeze protection it needs),
but a stunning beauty for fall
color,
Pyracantha, a true shrub
with enormous clumps of
berries ranging from pale
orange to deep red, Nandina,
another true shrub with col-
ored fall foliage and nice red
berries, some gingers, and
many more that I know I've
left out.
My desire was to show you
how we can-have nice fall
color in our gardens without
much effort because we can
use plants that take up space
and provide deep fall tones.


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Realism in nature is the
concept behind the new
works of painters John
S. Bunker and Suzanne
Magee.
Their exhibit, "Natural
Visions," which opens today
at Stellers Annex in Neptune
Beach, will give the viewer
art that is beautiful, colorful,
and skillfully executed.
Meet the artists at a recep-
tion from 6 to 9 p.m. Bunker
is a respected administrator
who has been director of
both the Jacksonville
Museum of Contemporary
Art and the Cummer
Museum of Art & Gardens.
Stellers Annex is at 200 First
Street, Neptune Beach. Call
247-7200.
Across the courtyard from
Stellers is Shelby's Coffee
Shoppe, which features local
artists changing the exhibits
every month.
Last week, "Art with an
Attitude," an exhibit of
works featuring Boots
Schoonover, opened. It's a
collection of brilliantly col-
ored landscapes and designs
in contemporary expression-
ist form.
Shelby's reminds me of the
coffee houses made popular
during the expressionist
movement in France.
It's a place where friends
meet for coffee inside and
outside in a relaxed atmos-
phere. Shelby's is at 201 First
Street, Neptune Beach.
"Huong" Let's Think
Peace opens Sept. 30 at
University of North Florida
Gallery. Huong, a
Vietnamense-born war
refugee peace activist and
internationally renowned
artist, will facilitate two
ongoing interactive art
workshops around the mural
on Oct. 1 at 11:30 a.m. and
Oct. 4 at 2:30 p.m. The mural
is in the lobby of the UNF
Fine Arts Center.
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University's College of Fine
Arts, will open a new exhibit
at Eclectic Gallery on Friday,
Oct. 12.
Electic Gallery, at 2405 3rd
St. S., Jacksonville Beach will
celebrate its fifth anniversary
with a party from 5:30 to
8:30 p.m.
"Botanica: Eternal Flora in
Glass" will be on display
through Sept. 29. Call 247-
3750.
First Street Gallery will
open a new exhibit, "Images
of Florida's First Coast," by
Will Dickey on Friday, Oct.
19, with a reception from 7
to 9 p.m. First Street Gallery
is at 216-B First Street,
Neptune Beach. Call 241-
6928
The Art and Soul program
of the Women's Center of
Jacksonville invites you to a
continuation of the "Altered"
workshop by Gretchen
Ebersolon Saturday, Sept. 22,
from 9 a.m. to noon.
The cost of the workshop is
$25 which includes the mate-
rials. Make a reservation by
calling Mary Doppel at 386-
9970.
Enjoy a wide variety of art
at the Ponte Vedra Beach
Arts Festival next Saturday
and Sunday, Sept. 29 and 30,
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The
festival will be at Sawgrass


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Arts Faculty Exhibit on Kickoff on Saturday, Sept. 27,
Thursday, Sept. 27, with a at 6 p.m. at the Sawgrass
reception from 6 to 8 p.m. Marriott. The speaker will be
Call 646-2023 for informa- Dr. Martin van de Guchte,
tion. director of the Cummer
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"5 To Grow With," featur- On Oct. 10 FOCUS will fea-
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Neptune Beach watercolor artist Lisa Cederberg is the featured artist at Chao Framing and Gallery in Jacksonville Beach.
Cederberg's work, including "Lily Pond II" (above) will be displayed through October.
Cederberg's work, including "Lily Pond I1" (above) will be displayed through October.


Bevan and artist Suzanne
Schuenke at the Ponte Vedra
Branch Library at 2 p.m. This
program is free and open to
te public.
"Dominican Moves," the
photography exhibition of
Mikhail Baryshnikov, opened
last Friday night at the J.
Johnson Gallery.
About 24 photographs,
ranging from approximately
6 feet by 12 feet in size, are
'iclui'ded in this exhibit.
;:Perfiaps half of'the photo-
graphs portray the nude
female figure in a variety of
poses. You will see dancers,
beautifully dressed females,
polo players and a few
abstracts.
These works look like oil
paintings with deep, strong
red, yellow and black colors
skillfully applied. See these


works through Nov. 2. The
gallery is at 177 4th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 435-
3200.
To learn more about pho-
tography, contact
Jacksonville University.
On Tuesday, Sept: 25,
Ginger Sheridan, professor
of photography, will speak
about her extensive study
abroad activities in Paris,
Florence and England, and
discussing the key compo-
nents to creating the ideal
photographic images.
The talk begins at 9:30 a.m.
followed by lunch.
Fogle Fine Arts and the
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens
are partnering to present a
new exhibit, "Gardens of
Trout River Plaza."
The works of Craig Bone,


Olivia Marie Braida
Chiusana, Carmen Logos,
Laurin McCracken and John
Reed are featured. Fogle Fine
Arts is at 1212 Beach Blvd.
Call 294-1414 for informa-
tion.
Important is the enthusi-
asm and interest in art
shown by business owners,
civic officials and the com-
munity in the North Beaches
Art Walk that will take place
on Oct. 18 and will continue
every third Thursday of each
month from 5 to 9 p.m.
Merchants will work in
tandem with artists opening
their doors providing artists
with the opportunity to show
and sell their works during
the Art Walk.
Each month artists will
provide new work to restau-
rants, bars, galleries and bou-


tiques of the Atlantic Beach-
Neptune Beach area within a
quarter mile radius. Maps
will be available.
It will include the Town
Center area in addition to
the Atlantic Beach Cultural
Center. You will not need to
buy a ticket to enjoy this
monthly event celebrating
the arts at North Beaches.
Traci Mims-Jones is the
visual artist for today's sea-
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Beaches Fine -Aits-Se'rik. '-'.
The American Brass
Quintet provides the music at
7:30 p.m. at St. Paul's By-
the-Sea Episcopal Church in
Jacksonville Beach. For more
details, visit
beachesfinearts.org.


Visions: UNF grad Suzanne Magee known for her botanical representations


Cont. from B-1
porating fresh, bold colors forming a modern twist on a tradi-
tional subject.
Known for her botanical representations, Magee's collection
of subjects revolve around the study and anatomy of vegetation,
botanicals and tropical fish.
Washes of watercolor or mixed media collectively form an
intentional, fluid-like painting technique to achieve the appear-
ance of the less-than-paper-thin, translucency in a variety of
vivid colors.


Magee began painting at an early age. While maintaining her
interest in art, she also pursued a nursing education at the ,
University of Pennsylvania. After graduation she resumed her
art education by attending the University of Miami, the
Printmaking Studio in New Haven, Conn., Jacksonville
University, and the University of North Florida, where she grad-
uated summa cum laude with a bachelor of fine arts degree.
Magee currently resides in North Florida, where she works
professionally and has exhibited in a number of juried group
exhibitions.


Her work has been exhibited at The Vassar Design Showhouse
in 2001; North Florida Landtrust in 2004, and Benefit for
Shands Neonatal Unit in 2006.
Her work can be found in various private collections through-
out the North and Southeast, including the Ponte Vedra Inn &
Club, the Hyatt, and The U.S. Embassy Grand Bahamas.
Stellers Gallery Annex is iat 200 First Street in Neptune Beach.
It is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
and on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
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threatens to make every human being, undead in the action-horror "Resident Evil: Extinction."




Music mangled in 'Across the Universe'


Call me overly reverent
if you must. But the
music of The Beatles
means a great deal to several
generations of listeners, and
I am sad and angry to see it
so thoroughly mangled in
"Across the Universe."
The movie's bald literal-
ness and its wounded-heart-
on-i 'tL'-e.~ f'.demeanor are ,
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faifi"r~tC:' All6f the charac-'
ters are named after Beatles
songs as a shorthand to
bring in the music. For
example, one girl is named
Prudence, so that her friends
can coax her out of her
room by singing, "Dear
Prudence, won't you come
out to play?"
The movie's imagery
makes countless allusions to
Beatles films, videos, and
icons (the Apple logo, John
and Yoko in the buff, etc.).
There's even an eye-rolling
moment where a character
asks how a stranger got in
the room, and the reply
comes: "She came in
through the bathroom win-
dow."
I guess this is all meant to
pat the loyal Beatles fan on
the back for catching the ref-
erences. But it only made me
think of The Bee Gees, 1978
movie massacre of the famed
Beatles album "Sgt. Pepper."
It's a movie that director
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drummer, local baseball pitch-
er, etc.) and has failed at all of
them. But tanks to Steve's
obsessiveness, there's one
thing he gets right. He beats
Billy's Kong record and records
it on videotape as evidence.
But the gaming community
(and, most vocally, Billy) will
consider Steve legit only if he
beats Billy's score in front of
an audience. So Steve travels
across the country twice to do
just that. Conversely,,Billy gets
all Howard Hughes on us,
communicating only through
mysterious'phone calls and
smudged videotapes that
"prove" he still has the higher
score.
This movie made me root
for Steve Wiebe as much as
I've ever rooted for anyone in
a movie. Does having the all-
time highest Donkey Kong
score mean much in world
history? Probably not. But if it
would cut Steve a hard-earned
break just once in his life,
then it would mean quite a
lof. '
"The King of Kong" is about
the relevance, not of video
games, but of the human spir-
it. I'm not sure just what this
says about me, but this is one
of my favorite movies of the
year.


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REVIEWER
done well to study, because
"Universe" falls into the ear-
lier movie's booby-traps (and
with many of the same
songs, yet).
I've not yet mentioned the
movie's characters, who
barely exist anyway. There's
Jude (Jim Sturgess), a
Liverpool dock worker who
travels to New York and gets
caught up in the 1960s revo-
lution. The girl he falls for,
though she doesn't live in
the sky with diamonds, is
named Lucy (Evan Rachel
Wood, the snotty teenager
from "thirteen"). There's
Lucy's wisecracking brother


Max (Joe Anderson), whose
smugness drains away once
he gets his draft notice for
the Vietnam War.
There are many more char-
acters, but none of them
makes any impact beyond
the three minutes in which
they sinrg a Beatles tune.
Take Prudence as an exam-
peN.Wft)first seeker as a
loner cheerleader, longing
fora football starffom afar
and singing "I Wanna Hold
Your Hand." The next we see
of her, she's hitchhiking to
New York. Why? Just because
she couldn't get the football
player? And Prudence's
adventures in New York and
beyond are just as enigmatic.
Every character in the movie
plays this way.
It doesn't help that the
actors warbling classic tunes
could barely pass an
"American Idol" audition.
Only three big-name celebs
appear in the movie, with
varied degrees of success.
Actor Eddie Izzard talk-
sings "Mr. Kite" like a stoner
Rex Harrison. And Bono goes
way over the top as a carbon
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admirably, with a funky ver-
sion of "Come Together."
The acid test for musicals
is: If you took away the
music, would you still care
about the characters? If you
took the music out of
"Across the Universe," the
characters would evaporate.;
"Across the Universe" is
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guage and situations, vio-
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CONCERTS


QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE
Hard rockers Queens of the Stone Age performs with Dax Riggs
today at Plush, 845 University Blvd. N., Jacksonville. Tickets are
$22. Call 743-1845 for information.
REGGAE CULTURE
Reggae artists Culture will appear with De Lions of Jah at 9 p.m.
today at Freebird Live, 200 1st Street N., Jacksonville Beach.
Tickets are $10. All ages are welcome. Call 246-BIRD for informa-
tion.
TRIBUTE TO THE DEAD
Grateful Dead tribute band The Glass Camels performs
Saturday at Freebird Live, 200 1st Street N., Jacksonville Beach.
Tickets are $5 for 21 and over, $10 for under 21. All ages show.
Call 246-BIRD for information.


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Music director and principal conductor Fabio Merchetti leads the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra.


Symphony opens season Sept. 27


FROM CONTRIBUTOR
The Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra, which begins its
2007-2008' concert season
Thursday, Sept. 27, will feature
diverse programming, classical
masterpieces and entertaining
variety this season.
Led by music director and
principal conductor Fabio
Mechetti, highlights of the
new season include
Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
and Tchaikovsky's Fifth
Symphony on the Fidelity
National Financial
Masterworks Series.
The Masterworks series also
features stellar guest artists,
including violinist Chee-Yun,
celli'st:Alisa Welterstet'1ard':
violinist Rachel Batiton Piiet -.
The season a"lso features a
first-ever staged musical the-
ater production of Meredith
Willson's "The Music Man" in


collaboration with the Mechetti leads the JSO into
Alhambra Dinner Theatre and the new season, which also
a fully staged grand opera pro- commemorates the 10th
duction of Verdi's La Traviata, anniversary of the Robert E.
sponsored by The Julius N. Jacoby Symphony Hall at the
Frankel Foundation. Times-Union Center for the
Music of the great trendset- Performing Arts.
ting composers is the theme of "For the past 10 years our
the Jacksonville Greyhound community has enjoyed this
Racing Discovery Series. great venue and the city of
On the popular side, the Blue Jacksonville can boast that it
Cross and Blue Shield of has one of the best dedicated
Florida Pops Series features symphony halls in the United
headliners like Melissa States and, therefore, the entire
Manchester the Kingston Trio world," said Mechetti.
and the Blind Boys of Alabama. "But a hall is only as good as
Special events include "The the quality of the music that is
Magical Music of Walt Disney" produced there. The
"An Evening with The Beach Jacksonville Symphony
Boys," and "Star Wars & More Orchestra is a community
foh n...WiliutiinM-,Hits ad-nta endeavor that continually pro-
to ift ';t., 'jli3di fen "e?. L.,, duce-sa lev1lof art thatis;eqiual
eftl5ark 'n a rick iarll j ui" to or better than what you'll
ney for the Plugged In Series, find any major city."
with music of The Eagles, The JSO welcomes Morihiko
Fleetwood Mac and Billy Joel. Nakahara, who will serve as


associate conductor, beginning
this season. Audiences will see
Nakahara appear on each of
the JSO's subscription series, as
well as educational programs,
community concerts, and spe-
cial events.
The JSO's program diversity
spans the great masterpieces of
the repertoire, offers a variety
of popular entertainers and
special events, presents engag-
ing programs for young fami-
lies and partners in a series of
pipe organ concerts.
Season tickets for the
Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra's 2007-2008 are
available now. For complete
information and to purchase
tickets, visit jaxsymphony.org


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WINE TASTING


A wine and cheese tasting at Fleet Landing drew many visitors, below
and right, as the retirement community recently welcomed the Beaches
community to preview its new model home in The Palms, designed by
interior designer Judith Sisler Johnston. More than 200 people gathered
at the September 13 event, which was free and open to the public.
Highlights included a dessert tent featuring Fleet Landing Chef Dennis
Corcoran's specialty, bananas foster. Personal tours of the model home
and samplings of a variety of wines and cheeses from around the world
rounded out the event. The Palms is Fleet Landing's newest neighbor-
hood of 39 villas, large estate homes and future community center.


In some regions,


merlot is most


noble grape


A grape vari-
ety's success
can turn on
a dime or a
movie. Take, for
instance, merlot. -
It was pilloried in
the 2004 movie ,'
"Sideways" when
Miles refused to
drink any more
merlot during his
miserable tour of
California winer-
ies. TOM M
Miles preferred and PAT
pinot noir and 'The V
the rest is histo-
ry: pinot noir
sales skyrocketed
while merlot sales sagged.
It always has been a strug-
gle for merlot because the
grape variety is seen as
blending grape popularized
in the '80s for its soft and
abundant fruit. American
producers don't help its
image when they make thin
and weedy merlots for the
mass audience.
It isn't that way every-
where merlot is planted. In
Pomerol merlot is the most
noble grape. Wines like
Petrus one of the most
revered wines in the world -
show that merlot can be as
serious as cabernet sauvi-
gnon. And in this country,
Washington state has been
making consistently solid
merlot for decades.
No one should feel
ashamed to order merlot in a
restaurant, the movie
notwithstanding. You just
need to find the serious pro-
ducers and be willing to
spend a bit more for your
average wine.
Bad merlot is often vegetal,
thin and overly ripe. In this
condition, it is isn't even
good enough to sip. Match it
with food and you'll be even
more disappointed. But a
good merlot has body, com-
plex flavors like black cher-
ries, chocolate and spice. It
has depth, fine tannins and
long finish products of
caring producers. Don't give
up on it.
Here are a few recent mer-
lots we tasted and liked:
Canoe Ridge Estate
Merlot 2004 ($20). Using
grapes grown in its Horse
Heaven Hills vineyard, Canoe
Ridge of Washington state
makes an outstanding, big
and luscious merlot. Lots of
black cherries punctuated by
leather and herbs. A medi-
um-bodied wine to go with
pork, lamb and game.
Hogue Reserve Merlot
2003 ($30). We loved this
full-bodied, richly textured
merlot from Washington
state. It has soft mouthfeel
and ripe raspberry flavors
with a touch of mint. Elegant
wine to serve with filet
mignon.
St. Clements Napa Valley
Merlot 2003 ($30). Blueberry
notes make this an interest-
ing merlot that has been
blended with 20 percent
cabernet sauvignon-.
Additional flavors include
cola, licorice and chocolate.
Rich mouthfeel.
Etude Napa.Valley Merlot


RA
VR
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2003 ($50).
Abundant
berry and
sweet cherry
flavors with
and ripe tan-
nins to give it
good complex-
ity and length.
Sebastiani
Alexander
SValley Merlot
2004 ($25).
LROUART Cigar box and
ICK DARR berry nose
ne Guys' with juicy
blackberry and
ripe plum fla-
vors. Apparent
oak and silky mouthfeel.
Blended with cabernet sauvi-
gnon, malbec and petite ver-.
dot.
Clos du Val Merlot 2004
($26). Generous dark fruit
flavors with cinnamon and
allspice notes and a hint of
herbs. Medium body.
Stag's Leap Wine Cellars
Napa Valley Merlot 2004
($42). Rich cherry flavors
with notes of raspberries and
red currants. Aromas include
cigar box and anise. Silky
tannins make is a very
smooth textured wine.
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Columbia Valley Merlot
2004 ($18). Soft and drink-
able merlot with black cher-
ries and licorice notes. Silky
tannins and medium body.
Sterling Vintner's
Collection Merlot 2004
($13). Blended with 12 per-
cent cabernet sauvignon, this
is a round and simple merlot
with soft blackberry notes
and sweet vanillin oak.
Dry Creek Vineyard
Merlot Dry Creek Valley
2004 ($19). Amazingly com-
plex merlot for the price
that's blended with a little
cabernet sauvignon and
cabernet franc. Nose of black
cherries scented with cinna-
mon and herbs. Lush and
complete in the mouth with
cherry and cassis flavors and
a long finish.
Simi Sonoma County
Merlot 1004 ($20). Bright
fruit reminiscent of cherries
and cranberries. Soft mouth-
feel and hints of cedar and
mocha. Blended with a bit of
malbec and cabernet sauvi-
gnon for the structure.
Buena Vista Carneros
Merlot 2003 ($21). Grown in
a challenging appellation for
merlot, the Buena Vista has
coffee and cassis aromas and
simple black cherry flavors.
Gundlach Bundschu
Rhinefarm Vineyard Merlot
2003 ($29). Cranberry and
allspice aromas lead off a
generously flavored wine
redolent of currants and
cherries.
WINE OF THE WEEK
Franciscan Sauvage 2005
($35). From one of the most
reliable and value producers
in Napa Valley, Franciscan
continues to roll out some
beauties. This chardonnay
from Carneros is wild yeast
fermented and rich in pear
and peach flavors. Soft
mouthfeel and long finish
make for a very enjoyable
wine.


"I'm a different FLETCHER'.


* I honor our military for the sacrifices they have

made for us.

* I believe we are a community of people, not laws, and

that good government focuses on delivering services

to its people.

* I prize traditional values and embrace our beautiful

community.

* As your commissioner, I will represent you with

honesty, integrity and consistency.

* I hope to see you at the Airshow!


Elect


JOHN


FLETCHER


Candidate for Atlantic Beach
City Commission, Seat 2



Energy. Character. Leadership.

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Weekend 7


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FOR THE SENIORS


Monday Movie Matinee
Madness
The Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center shows "Out of
Africa" at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 24.
Popcorn, candy and a soda are
available for $2. Call 270-1688
for details.
Art for Seniors
The Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach, in partnership
with St. Johns County Council
on Aging, offers "Healthy
Minds, Healthy Bodies," a com-
plimentary arts programs for
senior citizens at .The Players
Community Senior Center
Sept. 24-Dec. 19. The program
is free for underserved seniors
60 and over. The series will
include complimentary instruc-
tion with professional artists,
supplies for selected classes and
a tour of the J. Johnson Gallery.
For participants in the ballet
class, UNF Fine Arts Center has
donated tickets to the Russian
ballet performance, Sleeping
Beauty on Ice. Registration and
classes will be held at The
Players Community Center. For
information and a complete
class listing, contact Vicki Van
Horn at 280-3233.
Players Senior Center
The Players Community
Senior Center, 175 Landrum
Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach, offers
Mah Jongg and Scrabble at 1


p.m. Sept 24. For information
about any activities, call 280-
3233 for information. On Sept.
25, from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.,
Charlene Beymer with give a
"Hospice Overview." Also that
day, the St. Johns County LEO
Bookmobile visits from 10:30
a.m.-12 p.m. Yoga with Angie
Johnson, from the Winston
Family YMCA, is offered every
Tuesday from 11-11:45 a.m. On
Sept. 26, at 10 a.m., a field trip
to TPC Sawgrass. A Diabetes
Support Group meets that day
at 10 a.m. Guest speaker
Deputy Joe Bowen visits Sept.
27 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Bowen's presentation will focus
on the "Senior vs. Crime" pro-
gram.
Learn Rumba/Improve
Bridge
The Players Community
Senior Center holds a ballroom
dance from 7-9 p.m. Sept. 28.
Victoria Lane will provide
instruction on the Rumba, Cha
Cha and Foxtrot, sponsored by
Cypress Village. The cost is $5
at the door. Transportation is
available via the Council on
Aging. Peggy Higginbotham
teaches a Bridge Class from 9-
11 a.m. Oct. 12, 19 and 26 and
Nov. 2 at the Senior Center. The
cost of the class is $40; registra-
tion is required. Call 280-3233
for information and reserva-
tions for both.


Photos by CHUCK ADAMS
A casting call Tuesday for
"Recount 2000," an HBO made-
for-TV movie starring Kevin
Spacey and John Hurt, produced
a heavy turnout at the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center.
Hopefuls filled out a brief ques-
tionnaire, provided a recent pic-
ture and were interviewed by
representatives of Martini Shot
Casting Ltd. of Jacksonville.
Among the applicants were,
above, Gary Becka of Atlantic
Beach, continuing clockwise
around the table, Susan Perry of
Atlantic Beach, Jerry Nelson of
Jacksonville Beach and Sunnye
Gayle Bates of Neptune Beach.


FOR THE KIDS


CAMP UNDER STARS
Atlantic Beach offers a Fun
Day and Camp Out Under the
Stars Oct. 7 at Jack Russell Park.
Activities begin at 11 a.m.,
when check in and tent setup
can get started. The cost is $10
per camp site. All activities are
free. Reservations can be made
at Adele Grage Community
Center, 716 Ocean Blvd., from
8 a.m.-4 p.m. Nlonday-Friday.
for information, call 247-5828.
LIBRARY ACTIVITIES
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 N. Third St., Neptune
Beach. offers a variety of chil-
dren's activities in September.
For information, call 241-1411.
*Family Preschool
S tr rv im F Thiirclx ar


nel children's interests into the
development of new skills. Pre-
registration is required. Classes
are held Thursdays, 3-4 p.m.,
ages 3-5. The cost to members;
is $10 per pair per class, for
non-members it's $15 per pair
per class.
BOOKS-A-MILLION
*Yu-Gi-Oh Duel: The Books-
A-Million at 738 Marsh
Landing Parkway, Jacksonville
Beach, and 9400 Atlantic
Blvd., near Regency, offer the
official Yu-Oi-Oh League every
Saturday. Competition is held
at 11 a.m. for players 10 and
younger, 2 p.m. for players 11
and above. Call the Marsh
Landing store at 273-8055 and
ht-a Dancnrn ctLrinr nt 8R05 000 '


JLroit meL uL, -. lIIUIJLas at e 1egency.11 slorle JI 01 -olJWT FO
10:30 a.m. for information.
*Toddler Time, 19 rromLths:.3 ^;Pl Setriiator gBFa4ter..r
tears, Wednesdays a- .tBi .,'
a.m. Tuesday. For iforritation, call /
*Mother Goose Storytime, 273-8055 (acksonville Beach)
birth-19 months, Wednesdays or 805-0004 (Regency) or visit
at 11 a.m. www.booksamillion.com. Above, applicants w
*Preschool Storytime, 3-5 turn at the Neptune


without adult, Wednesdays at
11:30 a.m.
*Dance Trance, 7-12, at
10:30 a.m. Sept 22.
SEASIDE PUPPET SHOWS
Seaside Playgarden puppet
shows are held at 4 p.m. the
first Thursday of each month
at the Seaside Playgarden, a
Waldorf Initiative, 223 8th
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. The
puppet shows, which are
appropriate for children ages 2-
9, are free to the public. For
information on Waldorf educa-
tion and programs available at
Seaside Playgarden, visit
jaxwaldorf.org or call 247-
1314.
FAMILY FUN DAY
Family Fun Day is held
Sunday at the Slammer &
Squire and King & Bear golf
courses at World Golf Village
through December. Family Fun
Day allows families to enjoy
golf together. The program
costs $50 for a twosome or $80
for a family. There will be
monthly family-style tourna-
ments that bring added value.
For information on Family Fun
Day, call 904-940-6088 or visit
www.golfwgv.com.
LITTLE YOGIS CLUB
The Little Yogis Club, for
children ages 1-5 with parent,
meets weekly for themed yoga
activities in Atlantic Beach. For
information, go to
www.strollerjizewithchildyo-
ga.com or call 904-372-0116.
MUSEUM OPPORTUNITIES
Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens,- 829 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, 904-355-0630,
offers classes and programs for
children.
*Art Adventures on
Saturday offers classes in
painting, printmaking, collage
and construction with chang-
ing themes. Sign up for one
class or sign up for them all.
Classes are held Saturdays, 10
a.m.-12 p.m., ages 6 to 12. The
cost is $10 per class for mem-
bers, 15 for non-per class.
*Art for Two provides an
opportunity to spend a fun-
filled hour with your child in a
class based on the national
Start With The Arts program.
The class provides an infusion
of art, movement, literature
and music that will help chan-


OTHER ACTIVITIES
*Beaches Branch of the
Jacksonville Public Library, 600
Third St., Neptune Beach, has
children's activities. Call 241-
1141 and press 4 for children's
activities and 5 for the refer-
ence desk.
*Carver Community Center,
738 4th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, has many activities for
kids, including flag football,
gymnastics, karate, tutoring
and games. 247-6218.
*Heartsong offers
Kindermusik and playday
classes Tuesday-Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach and Ponte
Vedra Beach for children from
birth to age 7. For
Kindermusik, a music and
movement program for all
ages, children are divided by
age group. Playday is for walk-
ers to 26 months old and
includes parachute play, climb-
ing and musical activities.
Preschool children and up
attend without parents. One
trial class is free. Call 249-3828
for information.
*Mothers of Pre-Schoolers
(MOPS), support groups for
moms of children ages 5 or
younger, meet as follows:
-Christ the Redeemer
Church, 190 S. Roscoe Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach, 7:30-9 p.m.
the third Monday of the
month or 9-11 a.m. the third
Thursday of each month (285-
8009).
-Mayport Naval Station
chapel, 9:15 a.m. the first and
third Tuesdays of the month
(270-5212).
-Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
Church, 4510 Palm Valley
Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, 9:15-
11:30 a.m. the second and
fourth Monday of the month
(285-8225).
*Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library, 101 Library Blvd., has
children's activities. Call 273-
0685 for information.
*Winston Family YMCA, on
Landrum Lane, next to
Landrum Middle School in
Ponte Vedra Beach, has a heat-
ed swimming pool and offers
swimming lessons and family
swim times. The YMCA fea-
tures a teen room and organ-
ized activities for youth. The
center also has classes for chil-
dren and youth.
YMCA membership details
are available by calling 543-
9.622.


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So Close Together

Crossword puzzle answers are located in the Classified section


ACROSS
1 Little bit
4 James Jones
8 Sense of wonder
11 Digits
15 Numerical prefix
16 To _; exactly
17 In an embarrassed way
19 See 9 Down
22 Severity
23 Nuts
24 Czech river
25 Next
27 Beginning
28 Letter takers
30 City in Southern
California
33 Penguins' org.
35 "Coyote State": abbr.
36 "Nothing doing!"
42 Become furious
44 Burgled
45 Devastating disease
47,Accomplisher
50 Greek letter
-52 Feel awful
54 Boatman
55 With 63 Across,
"Nothing doing!"
57 Tall tree
60 Coffee holder
61 Vocalizes
62 One-dish meals
63 See 55 Across
65 Three in a row
67 Cape _
68 "Nothing doing!"
72 Flightless bird
75 Quadruped
76 Amerindians
77 "Nothing doing!"
79 Nearly
84 Athletic Bobby
86 Tract division
87 Calculating
88 Marsh growth
89 Mid-6th-century year
90 Flow back
92 Adhesive
93 Obscure
95 Religious man


100 Overhang
102 "Nothing doing!"
105 Departures' opposites:
abbr.
108 Muslim title
109 Golfer Calvin
110 Smaller maps
112 Within: pref.
117 Leaves out
119 Singing notes
121 Degrees: abbr.
122 "Nothing doing!"
124 "Nothing doing!"
128 Ballerina's glides
129 Jazz's home
130 Find pleasant
131 High rating
132 Lanai or Kauai: abbr.
133 Too curious
134 Exist
DOWN
1 Transferred property
2 Expert
3 Shoulder-held weapon
4 Relaxation
5 Carry for; be in
love with
6 Biblical bk.
7 Famous General
8 Raise _; protest, slangily
9 With 19 Across,
"Nothing doing!"
10 Semicircular canal's site
11 Miss.' neighbor
12 Lyrical works
13 Otherwise
14 Method: abbr.
15 Mild oaths
17 Invite
18 L-P center
19 Radio frequency bands
20 Bradley and O'Neill
21 Part of a sonata
26 Put one over on
29 Thin
31 "For_ a jolly..."
32 CD earnings: abbr.
34 Caustic substance
36 Rainy
37 Close
38 Place


39 Men's org.
40 Traditional knowledge
41 River in Europe
43 Eur. language
46 Cal. periods
47 Record
48 Preposition
49 Watched
51 Spray
53 Blow up
56 Military letters
58 Man's nickname
59 City bigwig
60 Normal
61 Ultrahigh
frequency: abbr.
63 Boozer's ailment: abbr.
64 Family member
66 Soldiers, familiarly
69 Cereal grain
70 Sorority letter
71 Stop
72 Terrible
73 Food list
74 Longing
78 Trimmers
79 Tempe school letters
80 Jay, for one
81 1605
82 Make eyes at
83 Prophet
85 Widespread
87 Attys.' org.
89 Cloth, thread, etc.,
91 Turkish title
94 87 Down's med.
counterpart
96 Engrossed
97 That is
98 Lincoln
99 Spoil
101 Ice cream flavor
103 Maiden
104 Burke & others
106 Chastise
107 Theater part
110 Give go; attempt
111 "Be quiet!"
112 Swenson of TV's
"Benson"
113 contendere, legal plea


7 Trivia Time


by WALTER BRANCH
1. What unforeseen event allowed Dr. Richard
Kimble to escape on his way to prison?
2. What record producer did Tom Wolfe call
"The First Tycoon of Teen?"
3. What singer's last words were, "That was a
great game of golf, fellers?"
4. What friendly character starred in the 3-D
cartoon "Boo Moon?"
5. What was 001, which made its first test
flight on March 2, 1969, at Toulouse, France,
the prototype for?
6. What fast-food magnate noted: "There's no
reason to be the richest man in the cemetery.
You can't do any business from there?"


7. What was the subtitle of the first episode of
Walt Disney's "Davy Crockett?"
8. Who played the original Maria in
Broadway's "West Side Story" in 1957?
9. Who led Egypt into its 1967 war against
Israel?
10. What Herman Hesse novel chronicled the
adventures of Harry Haller, part man and part
wolf?
Trivia Time Answers
1. A train derailment; 2. Phil Spector; 3. Bing
Crosby; 4. Casper the Friendly Ghost; 5. The
Concorde; 6. Col. Harland Sanders; 7. "Indian
Fighter;" 8. Carol Lawrence; 9. Gamal Abdel
Nasser; 10. "Steppenwolf"
(c) 2007 DBR Media, Inc.


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115 Level, in Britain 123 Start of a handball- 127 Atmosphere
116 Sorrowful interjections like game
118 Suffix for doll or good 125 Barbaric one



( Your Horosope


by CHARLES COOPER
ARIES iNlarch 21 to April 191 You're of two
minds this week where finances are con-
cerned. Take your time. You don't have to
make any decisions right awa\.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You make
some progress this week at work. However, it
will be of a modest nature. Thus, at the end of
the week, you'll find yourself with some
unfinished projects to be tackled at another
time. -- --
GEMINI (May 21 toJune 20, As tempting as
it is, this isn't the week to slack off. Shake off
that impulse to procrastinate and roll up your
sleeves. There's much to be done.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It's not a good
sign when you're thinking about the weekend
early in the week. It will come soon enough.
Instead, concentrate on tasks at hand
LEO (July 23 to August 22) You're wise to
keep your plans to yourself for now Desplte
prying by an inquisitive co-worker, you're
able to do just that. Later in the week, domes-
tic interests are highlighted.
VIRGO lAugust 23 to September 221 You're
in the mood to indulge yourself this week.
Feel free to go on a shopping spree. However,
do be sure you're getting the best deals for
your money.
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) People
naturally turn to you for advice. However,
this time, you're not sure what to tell a close
friend. Be honest about this, and don't just


say something for the sake of saying it.
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 211 You
could be miffed that certain friends haven't
contacted you in a while. Go ahead. Pick up
the phone and take the initiative; you'll be
glad you did.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December
21 Your attention is mostly taken up with
family matters this week. Fortunately, noth-
ing happens on the workfront that requires
l_ ng hours. Thus, you can devote yourself to
-olving domestic problems.
CAPRICORN iDecember 22 to January 191
This isn't the week to be entertaining guests.
You need to work closely with a colleague on
getting projects done at work. This weekend,
be on the lookout for new opportunities.
AQUARIUS ilanuary 20 to February 181 If
possible, it's a good idea to work from home
this week. You'll be able to get a lot more done
that way without distractions. Later in the
week, you find your goals are within your
grasp.
PISCES iFebruary 19 to March 20) This isn't
the time to couch your words with a loved
one. Your best approach is to be direct.
Remember, though, that doesn't mean you
can't be tactful at the same time.
CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS: lulie Andrews,
October 1, Kelly Ripa, October 2; Gwen
Stefani, October 3; Patti LaBelle, October 4;
Kate \Vinslet, October 5: Bobby Farrell,
October 6; Oliver North, October 7.
(cI 2007 DBR Media, Inc.


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EACH WORD CONTAINS AT LEAST THREE LETTERS.

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Sudoku requires no arithmetic skllb.

The object of the game is to fill all the
blank squares with the correct numbers.

Each row of 9 numbers must include all
digits I through 9 in any order.
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Lucy & Desi


Name: Lucy, right and Desi
Age: Lucy, 5 and Desi, 6
Breed: Papillon
Coloring: white and tan
Residence:
Atlantic Beach
Owner:


Joe and Joyce DiMauro
Favorite pastimes: Walking on the
beach and taking naps together.

To submit your pet to The Beaches Leader7 Ponte Iedra Leader weekly Pet Tales please em
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Birthday surprises sax and champagi


Life's a party, crash it


Pet


Society.
Tickets will be $35 at the
door if available. Guests must
be 21 to enter. For informa-
tion visit
www.JacksonvilleScene.com.
There is no formal dress
code but event coordinators
encourage guests to wear old
bridesmaids dresses, tuxedo
shirts and powder blue tuxes
to add to the fun.
The Seawalk Hotel will offer
a discounted rate of $100 per
room for wedding crashers.
Call 249-9981 and mention
that you are with the


Jacksonville Scene charity
wedding to reserve a room
Rules of the event include
but are not limited to invites
are for losers, if you can't cry
fake it and dance like you
mean it! Life's a Party. Crash
it.


Brass: Today at 7:30pm


Cont. from B-l
The American Brass
Quintet is in residence at The
Julliard School, where they
teach brass chamber music
and where Mase is chair of
the Brass Department.
Mase said the group often
gives the kind of instructive
mini-concerts that all
Jacksonville Beach 4th and
5th graders heard Wednesday.
"This school was a great
school," he said. "They were
well prepared."
Four classes of 4th graders
and two classes of 5th graders
occupied the floor of the
Jacksonville Beach
Elementary School library for
the 40-minute mini-concert
that ended about noon.
An equal number heard a
similar concert earlier in the
day, and the quintet was to
visit Mayport Elementary
School on Thursday and give
another concert for students
today at the church.
At Wednesday's session,
Mase talked about music of
the Civil War, telling the
youngsters that brass instru-
ments could be toted around
by soldiers with less chance
of damage than with, say, a
violin.
The musicians demonstrat-
ed their instruments individ-
ually, then as a group.
After playing mostly 19th
century pieces, the group
turned to an unusual piece
from the 1970s which drew a
range of responses from the
nall young audience.
lby When they finished, Rojak
by asked how many of the audi-
ence liked the piece. Most
==== hands shot up.
When musicians on two



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different instruments played
the same note, one at a time,
Mase asked how to describe
the difference between one
and the other.
"Lower" was one guess.
"Higher," was another. But
one boy gave the term used
by musicians: "Darker."
One student wanted to
know if the French horn is
really from France.
"I think they call it the
French horn because the
French learned to play it real-
ly, really well in the 1800s,"
said the quintet's horn play-
er, David Wakefield.-
When an audience member
asked, "Can any of you play
a Star Wars note?" one musi-
cian responded with eight
notes that were veryfamiliar,
but not the ones requested.
"That's Star Trek," many
voices announced in unison.
Then a trombone blared
out 16 notes that brought
laughter and nodding of
heads.


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I've had more birthdays than
I care to remember, but few
parties. While growing up
in Germany during World War
II, our life was filled with con-
stant worries. My dad was in
the Army, mom had little
money, and food was rationed.
Early in 1945, when I was
eight, my father became a casu-
alty of the war. There was no
joy nor. reason to celebrate.
But never having had a party, I
didn't feel deprived because
one does not miss what one
never experienced. Not until I
emigrated to America when I
was 18 did I learn how much
fun it was to give or attend a
party.
The most enjoyable birthday
party I ever had was last sum-
mer when I turned 70. My
immediate and extended fami-
ly and several friends, 22 peo-
ple in all, traveled to the small
fishing village of Cedar Key,
Florida, to celebrate the seven
decades of my life.
Cedar Key is not a hive of
social activities but a place to
unwind and relax. We stayed
at Old Fenimore Mill which
offered well-furnished condos
that overlook the Gulf coast
and thriving marsh land.
During the day we swam or
played ball in the pool, sat on
the dock hoping to catch fish,
or took leisurely strolls
through the few gift shops in
town.
At dinner time we'feasted.
Not just one, but three days we
partied. Everybody had pre-
pared some fabulous specialties
and we gorged ourselves on
tasty Armenian food, succulent
grilled fish, and lots of cham-
pagne. I even received three
birthday cakes, a different one
each night. By the time we left
Cedar Key, we were heavier,
but happy.
By contrast, this year, my
spouse and I chose to celebrate
my birthday and our 48th wed-
ding anniversary by cruising to
the Caribbean, just the two of
us. Driving to Ft. Lauderdale's
port, we made a stopover at
Hobe Sound and spent three
days with good friends, Lena
and Stan. Having met more
than 30 years ago when we
worked in North Africa, we
share many unforgettable
experiences and reminisce
whenever we get together.


DORIS MANUKIAN
GUEST COLUMNIST


My birthday fell on the
Friday we were at our friends'
home. In the morning, Stan
prepared waffles with blueber-
ries, strawberries, and whipped
cream' and served them on
their
lovely terrace, next to the
pool. Out came Lena, our 73-
year old hostess, barefoot and
wearing
nothing but a short, typical
Florida T-shirt. She carried her
saxophone which she had
learned to play in her early six-
ties and serenaded me with.
"Happy Birthday." What a
surprise!
That evening we went for
dinner to Jetty's in Jupiter, a
well-known restaurant at the
Intracoastal Waterway, across
from the lighthouse on Jupiter
Island. The hostess led us to a
table at the edge of a huge
deck, apart from other tables
that were crowded next to each
other. As the waiter took our
order, he mentioned that we
were sitting at the Burt
Reynolds table.
"THE Burt Reynolds?" I
asked. "Absolutely. He knows
the owner and occasionally
comes here and that's where he
sits."
Wow! Sitting sat B.R.'s table,
possibly in his chair, made me
feel special. My mind drifted
to my younger days when I was
totally enamored by his good
looks, especially his thick,
black mustache. He was just
soooo sexy. Wait till I tell my
kids, I thought.
While awaiting dinner, I
decided to take a few photos of
our friends by the water with a
luxury yacht docked nearby


and the lighthouse in the back-
ground. A young woman also
took pictures of two gentlemen
who were with her. I immedi-
ately offered to photograph the
three of them, and she accept-
ed. One of the men returned
the favor and took pictures of
the four of us. We thanked
each other and returned to our
respective tables.
We thoroughly enjoyed our
dinners of Chilean bass, sword-
fish, and shrimp with marinat-
ed beef tips, accompanied by
fine wine and for me, a split of
bubbly. A to-die-for rich
chocolate dessert followed.
Sated, we were ready to leave,
Our waiter presented the bill
and took my husband's credit
card. After he left, I saw him
talking to another waiter who
pointed in our direction. Was
there something wrong with
our credit? I wondered.
Just then the other waiter
approached our. table and
asked if we would like another
bottle of tie same white wine,
"Why?" asked my husband
because he had just paid the
bill. "Well, the gentleman in
the green shirt wants to buy
you a bottle," he said, pointing
to the table where the three
young people whose picture I
had taken earlier sat.
We were stunned. What a
generous gesture! We declined,
but said we truly appreciated
his offer. The waiter tried to
change our mind so my hus-
band suggested that if the
other guest
insisted, he could order me
another split of champagne.
"That's already done," the
waiter replied.
My husband and I went and
thanked the gentleman for this
unexpected gift. My only
regret was that I never asked
his name.
Night had fallen and a
strong breeze made the tem-
perature more pleasant and so -
we lingered at our famous
table, enjoying the tranquility
of the scene while I savored my
champagne. Though it wasn't
a party, I knew I would never
forget the Burt Reynolds table,
the Jupiter Lighthouse, and the
kindness of a total stranger
who made my 71st birthday so
memorable.


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2nd Annual Wedding
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p.m. to midnight at the
SeaWalk Hotel at 117 First Ave
N. in Jacksonville Beach.
Advance tickets are $25 to
crash the mock wedding and
reception which includes free
drinks, hor d'oeuvres, wed-
ding cake, gift bags and more.
Proceeds will benefit the
North Florida Chapter of the
National Multiple Sclerosis


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'Metallic' is the


cool color for 2008


school
just start-
ed, designers
and trendset-
ters are busy
putting out
new ideas for
2008. Colors
are one of the
first trends to
make an
appearance,
and the colors
are soft takes
on last year's
palette of KATHRY
striking and HOME C(
bold state-
ments, such
as black and
white and the soothing colors
of nature. According to Rohm
and Haas Paint Quality
Institute paint expert,
Deborah Zimmer, the color
dictum could be anythingg
goes."
"Consumers' increasing
color confidence and personal
style makes any color fashion-
able for 2008," Zimmer says.
"From glass-like blues, botani-
cal greens, dramatic black and
white, and whisper-soft pink,
color directions will drive
towards individual self-expres-
sion, glamorous living experi-
ences or an increasing aware-
ness of important environ-
mental causes."
Zimmer does have three
particular favorites, though,
and they are green, metallic
and crewel colors.
Go green
Like the environmental
movement, green color keeps
building momentum.
Mixtures of green shades
together will create a fresh
environment. Zimmer even go
so far as to call green the new
neutral. Greens are especially
good in kitchens, bathrooms
and living areas, according to
Zimmer. Greens reflect the
continued move in the envi-
ronment toward greater
awareness and incorporating
i'd6ib' aiidT outdoor living
spaces.
To freshen up your green
room, incorporate deeper and
lighter shades of green togeth-
er: If all that green is over-
whelming, soften the tone
with shades of brown, tan,
and clear blue or aqua.


Try metal-
lic
The stark
contrast of last
year's black
and white pair-
ings are being
toned down
this year with
4r the addition of
metallic colors.
To create con-
trast and inter-
est in the black
S and white
room, add
N WEBER color punches
)LUMNIST with animal
prints, bright
red, mirror,
and crystal.
Key to the relief of the stark
contrast in a black and white
*room is the shine and sheen
.that metallic colors bring.
Paint a ceiling gold or silver
for an interesting twist.
Another key to high-eon--
trast? High texture. Texture is
a decorator's secret A nubby
pillow, a cut pile carpet.and
other highly textural finishes
bring tactile and visual inter-
est to the room.
Zimmer recommends these
colors for the master bedroom
and living room because these
rooms do best with the for-
mality and sophistication of
metallic colors. A coat of
white paint on the walls,
some black shades on crystal
lamps and silver rimmed mir-
rors could create a cool, ele-
gant bedroom with high style.
Get cozy
The coming year will also
see more vibrancy in colors
that Zimmer defines as crewel
colors. These colors are the
deep cranberry and gold
found in your grandmother's
afghan. It could be called
"cruel" colors because getting
that color of cranberry just
right might test your paint
mixer's professional abilities.
The crewel colors are the
warm colors of fall, such as
orange, coffee brown, cranber-
ry red and rich ochre. ''' ".-'-
The colors Zimmer says are
a reflection of home and
home crafts. Bring these into
the kitchen and family room "
with throws, woven textured
throw pillows and perhaps a
rug. In the kitchen, add tow-
els, napkins and placemats in


Photo by www.getdecortlng.com
Colors in 2008 follow on the heels of 2007. Black and white pairings are made more glamorous with the sparkle of metallic .
shades. A silver ceiling, sparkling mirror, and crystal accents in this living room add the right amount of shine and create a fresh
look to the room.


these colors to spice up the
look. Because these colors are
intense, they should be used
sparingly. They're good
options for accent walls,
accessories and powder rooms
where timepspent in these col-
6ors is limited.
The beauty of any new
color is that it can create an
instant update to a home. A
quick splash of paint on the
wall can lift a room and make


Now is the time
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it more current. Most likely,
one of the colors for the com-
ing year might even be in one
of the shades of your curtains
or furnishings already. Try a
splash of something new it


might lift you, too.
Kathryn Weber is a home and
decorating columnist who pub-
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more information, go to
www.kathryn-weber.com or


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Oceanview. 1 1/2 blocks to Chesapeake
Bay beach; NEAR BASES. Sparkles like
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1201 Ruth Ave $264,500
Jacksonville Beach
515 Penman Road $270,000
Jacksonville Beach
Ponte Vedra Home $1,900,000
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Jacksonville Beach $385,000
Westerly view of Intracoastal
Pine Island Dr. $265,000
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2 Lots on Avenue C
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ous inquiries, screened pool, family neighborhood,
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40x65ft, $375,000. Call 716-8455.


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3BR/2BA, 1 car garage,. New roof, re-
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First Trust Realty, call June 994-3608.
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screened cover. Tons of upgrades.
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Brand new- kitchen, flooring, paint, too
much to list. 3/2, 2 car gar. on huge let.
Parking avail, for boat/ RV. $214,900.
THE COURTYARDS- ATLANTIC BEACH
2/2, w/ loft & private courtyard for enter-
taining. Close to base. Great deal at only
$110,000.
COBBLESTONE
Almost 2000sf, 3/2, w/ formal living, din-
ing, den & lanai. Fenced yard w/ view of
lake. All tile throughout. $239,900.
SANDALWOOD
3/2 lovely manufactured home on nice lot.
A steal for the price, won't last at $89,900.
3/2, approx. 1350sf, all remodeled, like
new inside. Must seel Only 184,900.
MORE HOMES/GREAT DEALS
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY....
CALL HOME FINDER REALTY
221-1711 OR 241-5501


JACKSONVILLE BEACH RARE FIND
Just 4 blocks to the beach, this 3/2.5
boasts an open floor plan with bamboo,
travertine and tile throughout. The private,
professionally land/night escaped backyard
provides a relaxing backdrop for the
screened in porch with hot tub. Stainless
appliances throughout kitchen- all stay.
Designer lighting and fixtures compliment
this well-maintained 1800sf. treasure.
436 9th Avenue South, $399,900. Real-
tors welcome. MLS#362681. Call for an
appointment (904)535-8812.
NEPTUNE BCH, No Closing costs, no
prepays, beautiful 4/2, 4 blocks to beach,
will co-op, 454 Lora St. Asking $369,000
(904)662-6522
SAWGRASS BERMUDA Court Patio
Home. Player's Club section, back yard
fronts on beautiful lagoon, 2 min walk to
large park, community pool, quiet and safe
neighborhood, 2BR/2BA; 1700sf., no ga-
rage, excellent condition. Price Reduced
to $259,500! (904)571-3877.

ATLANTIC BEACH
Walk to Beach/ Walk to Selva CC
Attn: Realtors 3% co-op
Attn: Home Buyers
3 Hour Sale this Sunday
$700,000 home we'll let go for $520,000.
if that is all the market will bear.
come tell us what you will pay for
this great house in a great neighborhood
with great neighbors.
Open House, Sunday, 12-3pm
Highest bid at 3pm gets home.
4BR/3BA, 2,906sf, cul-de-sac home,
two story stucco.
Gated community/clubhouse
tennis, sauna, pool, Jacuzzi
right outside door,
Wooded preserve for backyard.
1917 Sevilla Blvd. W.
Call 891-8939
*
MUST SELL PVB, UNDER.$200K, SFH,
2BR/2BA, garage, wall unit, 1250sf,
(904)994-0990.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 1472sf.
Lot size, 110x48. Walk to the beach,
needs some upgrading. $359,900.
(904)703 0081


PONTE VEDRA 4BR/2BA home for sale,
lease or lease purchase. $319,000. Jac-
queline Byram/Realtor, Ponte Vedra
Beach Realty, 111-C Solana Road.
(904)571-5653.
OPEN 12-3 PM SUNDAY ONLY!
We invite you to stop in and see some of
the best values in Ponte Vedra Beach!
MARSH LANDING *
(Gate guard will give you a pass to get to
these homes.
213 Clear Lake Drive
5/4.5, 3950 square feet, lakefront,
$1,099,000.
24489 Harbour View Drive
5/4, 3714 square feet, preserve,
$1,150,000.
SANDY OAKS *
(Just south of the turn off A1A to the Li-
brary)
758 Sandy Oaks Ct.
3/2, 1493 square feet, heavily treed,
$325,000
BERRY & CO. REAL ESTATE, 273-4800.

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


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built under the guidelines of the
^-j^ Florida Green Building Coalition.
We encourage you to drive by these excellent locations
1300 Jacksonville Dr, 3916 Grande Blvd,
3839 & 3831 Tropical Terrace in Jax Beach.
After you see these beautiful homes from the
outside, give me a call so I can show you .-
the many ways buying an energy efficient
"Green" home can save you money. ha r ea
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133o Ocean Blvd. AtlantH^^H ic H^I^^Beach^^^^


REDUCED! Eco-friendly, energy efficient, 7BR/5BA
Updated Beach House, steps to the ocean.
Breezy porch. det. gar. w/full guest ste.
solar water htr., cork frs.
Granite/corian cntrs, storage,
kayak stand, huge media/billiards rm.


Jan Fowler @ 294-4766 or
ianiowler@lifestvlesrealtors.com


OPEN HOUSESunday -4pm
BEST PRICE IN OLD PALM VAULEY

.: .... Seller is relocating. This beautiful home is not
only priced below market, but it's in move in condition. freshlyy
painted, with large open floor plan, nice bonus or fourth bedroom
with bath upstairs for extra privacy. Beautiful private
backyard. Hardi-board siding for easy care, room For
a 3rd car garage and pool.
Directions: A1A S. to State Rd 210. Call Ln SaiI
Go to "Old Palm Valley' Turn left Call Lnn Saul
Into neighborhood andyg 233 6th Avenue North
straight to 164 Bear Pen. or
nr/AA V Jax Beach, FL 32250


ATLANTIC
BEACH
Builders custom pool home,
2985 sf, 4/3, office,
inground pool,
EAST COAST REALTY 2.5 gar, gas appliances.
OFJACKSONVLLE, INC. OSPREY

247-4724 POINT
S. 2600 sf, 3/2, on preserve lot,
Barbara Galvin huge Florida room ac/heated.
Broker/President




AWESOME INTRACOASTAL lot, Approx. 818 LINCOLN Court, Jax Beach, FL
162x165 -Located in Queens Harbor. (Between 9th Street & 8th Street South)
$695k. VIP Realty 962-6190. 120x60, excellent for a 'duplex. Call
----- -- f.566-8248.


JAX BEACH, Cleared fencea lot,
62.5x126, 3rd Ave. North, $140,000.
J.Eric Blanks Realty LLC, Licensed
Real Estate Agent. Call (904)233-9543.


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VILANO BEACH Lots- $229,900. Walk to
ocean and boat ramp. High & dry. For
details: Robert Upchurch, 238-1808. The
Real Estate Resource.


Lakefront Horse Property
Jacksonville Ranch Club.


S6+ acres
Reduced $299,900.
Several other Parcels available.
Call 904-287-7970


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AWESOME LAKEFRONT JAX BEACH
4BR/2.5BA, quiet cul-de-sac, 2500+sf.
Fully remodeled. $395,000 will co-op.
2441 Oak Forest Drive. (904)591-7392.


FOR SALE OR LEASE TO OWN!.
4BR/2BA, Old Atlantic Beach, 3 blocks to
ocean. Priced for quick sale per your ap-
praiser. Call Bill (904)318-5174. All offers
considered.
ATLANTIC BEACH, near ICW, 4BR/2BA
house, large fenced yard, stone fireplace,
new carpet. 2153 Featherwood Dr. E.
Owner relocating and must sell. Reduced,
$209,900. (904)280-2728 Iv. msg.


FINAL SALE PRICE
LAGOON HOUSE
1703 2nd Ave. N. Was $375,000.
Final $228,500. (904)616-1126.

RANCH STYLE brick home 3BR/2BA,
great rm w/ fireplace, dining rm, garage,
fenced back yard, $259,999
(207)696-5694.


WALK TO THE BEACH
3BR/ 2BA, 2 car gar., corner lot, scr.
porch, desirable Neptune Bch street.
$389,000 (912)682-1463.
FSBO, NB, 3BR/2BA. Lovely beach home,
all white brick. Many updates and ameni-
ties, 2268sf. MLS#376506 $420,000,
1106 Hagler Dr. W. 241-6514, 655-7831.
Make Offer!


ABSOLUTELY LAST price reduction in
new home. 2 story contemporary,
3BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, hardwood
floors, all stainless appliances, custom
cabinets, granite counter tops; jacuzzi tub
in master, walk in shower. All baths have
granite vanity tops. Nothing comparable at
this price anywhere at the Beaches.
$359,900, 1140 20th St. N., Jax Beach.
Call builder/ owner, 568-9210.


1 MOTIVATED SELLER! Neptune Beach,
within three blocks of ocean. Over 2000sf.
reduced to $389,000, Call Jackson Lane-
hart c/o Keller Williams Realty, 910-6652.

BANK- REPO HOMES
3BR/2BA, $159,900 and up. Call for quali-
fications, Kay Hewings, Magnolia Proper-
ties, 553-5019.


ATLANTIC BEACH
Renovated 1206 sf 3 Bedroom 2 Bath,
Large Backyard Sanctuary, Lovely
Beach Home, walking distance to beach
& park. $346,000
JAX BEACH
TOWNHOME IN S. JAX BEACH
2/2.5 charming & spacious on large
corner lot just blocks to ocean! $240,000
S. JACKSONVILLE BEACH
3/2, 2-car garage, 1616 sq ft w/
large wood deck,hot tub and fenced
backyard! $363,900!
LOG HOME IN NEPTUNE BEACH
3/2 2400 sq ft on private wooded lot on
quiet street! $399,000
PONTE VEDRA POOL HOME
EAST OF A1A w/OFFICE
3/2.5 2250 sq ft, oversized lot w/ private
backyard and lots of decking. Walking
distance to the beach! $569,900!
LOT EAST OF A1A PVB
50x125 Vacant lot off Solano Rd w/Golf
Course View! $324,000.
PONTE VEDRA POOL HOME
3BR/2BA inSolano Woods, Key West
style home...must see! Realtor owned
$374,900
WATERFRONT LOT
IN PALM VALLEY
75 x 400 cleared and ready for your
Ponte Vedra dream home. $799,900
BAY POINTE
3/2 2-car garage 1367 on cul-de-sac
street, screened porch and yard!
$223,500
PONTE VEDRA/PALM VALLEY
INTRACOASTAL WATERFRONT
4BR/4.5BA, 4200 sq ft! BRAND NEW
CONSTRUCTION! "ii f il II
$1,899,900.
OCEANFRONT II
4BR/2BA, home in S Ponte Vedra! Sun
deck, balcony and more! $824,900.
WATERFRONT
Gated community, 4BR/3BA, 3000+ sq
ft home w/in-ground pool! Built in 1995!
$875,000.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
Move-in ready 3/2 with new carpet/
paint, large lot with community pool.
Realtor owned. $254,900.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
3/2 home on cul-de-sac w/brand new
appliances! 1624 sq ft! $249,900.
904-241-4447
www.helpusell.com/coastalrealty


904-249-2299
www.BeachesRealtyGroup.into
www.BeachesRealtyGroup.com
e-mail: Kathy@BeachesRealtyGroup.com
rvlelgann@BellSouth.net
THE'BEA CH SPECIALISTS"


.... ..... - 5BR.'3BA %/4,400 s.f. This full brick
S . bea features high quality
:0^ 'cnstriucluon.oversized rooms, gourmet
:T ^i:5 '" 1ki-then. brick floors, huge back yard v/
"pool & ukA hat, 2 car gar. plus 8 x 10
% ork shop/gol fcart area! Easy bike ride/
.-. -% talk ,' k to beautiful beach! Great school
---- S emI' Ot ner/Agent $999,999

Prudential Ellen Poling -Wright
Netw"alt Cell: 838-4562
Network Realty o.i Office Toll Free 1-888-285-4480
Independently Owned & Operated Email: ellenpoling@aol.com


Marvin & Floyd Realty Inc.
Website -http:/lmarvin-group.com
u ,Call Joe Floyd 219-7638

FOR SALE
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
1/1 Vista Del Mar, oceanfront condo 2nd floor unit. Fantastic ocean view from enclosed
balcony. Pool, clubhouse and laundry facilities on site. $290,900
Residential/commercial-1626sq' in 3 buildings-business plus 2 eff. apts. Nr ocean.
$799,000
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
2/2 Seahawk Condo. Pool, tennis courts. Great location. $207,500
JACKSONVILLE
1647 Sunnyside Ave., Jacksonville, FL
Near Intracoastal and million $ condos. 4 lots with 2/2 750sq' house (sold as is). $320,000
FOR RENT
MAYPORT LANDING
3/2 townhome, 1240sq'. Renovated, many upgrades. Fully equipped kitchen. $899 mth
2/2 townhome, 980sq'. Near Mayport Naval Station $800 mth
OAK HARBOR
3/2 home, new carpet, refrigerator & dishwasher. Near Mayport Naval Station. $1,150 mth
SUMMER SANDS
3/2.5 townhome. Renovated, many upgrades. Fully equipped kitchen. Hot tub, screened
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Top Producer
904-571-9821


Selva Marina
Complete Remodel on .1/2 Acre lot"
4/2.5 2500SE metal rf, Travertine
FIrs thruout & more. $949,900
Selva Marina CC
3 Blocks to Ocean
1/2.5 Ba 1759 l I' Price at $849,000
Reduced
Priced Below appraisal $999,900
4200SF 3 Blcks to Bch. 3 Story
w/elevator.on Ciul-)e-Sac. 6/3 plus
office. on 85x142 Lot
Old Atlantic Beach-Almost Newl
2-Story 4/2.5 plus bonus rm mint
Vond!! 2.5 blocks to beach! $849,000.
REDUCED!
Seaside Custom Homne/atled comm..
4/3.5 bi, 2-story., 486 sq ft,
Mediterranean style w/ barrel tile rf'.
Private 13cli access. $1,269,000
SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE
DR AVAILABLE FOR RENT
Roof Top ocean views
1/2 block to ocean
New Cons(rucl ion! Town IHome 4/4.5,
3 story w/elevator. 2-car ar,.. High-
End Finish Levels Offered at
1,.199,000 AVAILABLEE FOR
RENT"
Reduced- $549,000
Old AB
1 Storv Concrete block on oversized
lot (66x125). 3/2 1774 SE Current
setbacks allow for 4000 plus SF home.
Absolute Charm!
Perfect Condition!
Almost New Cuistom Iloie in Old AB.
3 hlcks to Ilie Bell. 4/2.5ba w/bonus
rmn. 2-car- ar., 2500 sq ft Priced to
S(ll $8.4.00.
Selva Marina
3/2 on ihuge lot. Completely
reiod leleld down to Ilie studs. Priced
to sell! $499.900


3/2.5 Town Home in AB
1/2 block to the Ocean. 1-car gar.
1788 s. ft., NEWelectric, ac, roof,
ss apple's & more. $524,900


Beach Place
Featuring Roof Top Terrace
w/Swim Spa
Flr Plans 1665 to 1700SF 3/2 w/
balc, Gar. Parking & ocean views. 8
Homes Ranging from $599,000-
$629,900
Reduced $20k Almost New
Townhome S. Jax Bch
3/2.5 1900sqft tile hrdwd firs,
gran. kit. & baths. SS appl, Priced
to Sell $369,000
Vacant Lot in South Jax Beach
1 block to Ocean
45 x 60 corner lot approved for single
fam. Res. Home $450,000


Sawgrass Players Club
Priced to SELL
Turtleback Crossing
2-story twnhome- 2/2.5 + 1-car gar.
Master on 1st fir. 1351 sq. ft. Maint.
Free, Pool in Comm. Priced to Sell
$279,000
Sawgrass Players Club
Oakbridge
3/2 w/2-car-gar. in imm. Cond. on
Irg. corner lot. 873 SF-. Priced Below
market value! $369,000.
New Listing
Players Club-Mint Cond.ll
Salt Creek Dr., 3/3 plus office, over
2700 sq.ft., tons of upgrades, water
to golf views & more! $709,900

New Constrction- 4/2.5 over 2700
sqr. '9., r0. A must see! Reduced to
$699,900I


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EXTRAORDINARY PALENCIA PRESERVE VIEW
COURTYARD HOME-PALENCIA This like-new Toll Brothers home in
This gorgeous Rutenberg courtyard home Palencia features almost 3,000 square
is located on a cul-de-sac lot with feet, five bedrooms, four baths, neutral
expansive lake-to-golf-to-preserve views. d6cor throughout and a three-car garage.
It features four bedrooms, four and one- The screened lanai overlooks a preserve.
half baths, a loft, a bonus room, a separate The floor plan is flexible, with the master
guest house and a courtyard pool and spa. and three bedrooms on the first floor and
A lovely home in a great St. Johns County the fifth bedroom with a bath on the
community! $1,200,000 second floor. $484,900
Elizabeth Hudgins
S Prudential Network Realty's
TOP SALES AGENT
"The Real Estate Professional who sells the best of the First Coast lifestyle"
S(904) 285-8449 ext. 3028 Cell 553-2032
(t Prudential
Network Realty
Visit Elizabeth and all her properties on the internet at
www.beachesh6mes.com or e-mail at elizhudgins@aol.com
Independently owned and operated l.
1000 Sawgrass Village Drive, Suits 101, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

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3/2 home 2 blocks from beach. Wd firs, vaulted wood
ceiling, new kitchen, character & charm galore. 2 car
gar., long driveway to accommodate family & friends.
$649,000
Call Sherri Beno Realtor* i
904-651-1830 -
Lisa DiStefano Realtor '
904-514-3167










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23 Turtleback Trail
3BR/2.5BA Sawgrass
$349,000


4403 Cypress Creek Drive
4BR/3BA Sawgrass
$614,900


3058 Cypress Creek Drive 76 Village Walk Lane
3BR/2BA Sawgrass 3BR/3BA Sawgrass CC
$439,000 $680,000


496 Big Tree Road
4BR/3BA Odom's Mill
$519,000


OCEANFRONT I
MLS# 385491 SEendu
SF. 3BR/3BA, dining
cabinetry, granite, S
Oceanfront & west bi
amenities. Gated & gar
241-2417
REMODELED POI
MLS# 359951 Oversize
w/2 car gar. Hardwd fir
shutters, scmd pool. $329
ENJOY OCEAN B
MLS# 320023 Just fo
beach! Spacious townhome
touches. Open kitchen. i
balcony overlooking park
private yard. $245,000 24
CHARMING 2BR/15BI
MLS# 384302 Just fo
ocean! Home in excelled
new paint and fireplace.
back deck. $239,900 241
OCEANFRONT Wrll
PNORAMIC V
MLS#388634Top floor
and west views. 3BR/3.5
ft. plus ceilings, 2 inside I
amenities galore! $1,599,
OCEANFRONT D
MLS# 339434 Outstar
Pelican Point. New stai
granite counters, tile, ca
Covered garage space & s
incl. $599,000 241-2417
LOTS OF SPACE &
MLS# 389081 5BR
oversized lot & 2003 cor
with upgrades. Maple flo
mldg and tile. OldAtlantic
241-2417
OCEANFRONT THE
MLS# 330491 3BR/3
custom oceanfront
w/uncompromising vieN
detail in marble, stone &
coveredterr. & covered pa
241-2417
13 BLOCKS TO
MLS# 358216 Remo
coquina W/3BR/2BA, ne\
counters, laminate firs, &
241-2417
3/2 FABULOUS
MLS# 341692 Comple
Stainless appl, travertine
bar, granite counters. $44
FANEAS1IC BEACH
MLS# 383445 3/3, 21(
condo, lots of windows, I
granite, storage unit & on
Beach terraces overlo
$799,000 241-2417
WALK TO BE
MLS# 390174 3/1, 10
Concrete block/stucco,
$259,000 241-2417


116 Alsace Court
3BR/2BA Fiddlers Marsh
$389,000


DELUXE OCEANSIDE CONDO
nit, 10thfl., 2471 MLS#392938Thishomeoffersthebestofboth
g , d s worlds ocean views from the east side of the
rm, designer condo & Guana Preserve views from the west. It
S appliances, features a wrap-around deck, 2BR/2BA & 2
balconies, resort livingareastotakeadvantage ofpanoramicviews
age. $1,259,000 on both sides. $670,000 285-1800
WATERFRONT
OL HOM MIS# 393935 2BR/1BA w/separate living/
OL HOdining room, screened & glassed lanai to enjoy
dlot. Block const the evening breezes of the water, detached 2-car
s, Ss appl, plant garage,bulkheaded&dock. $424,800285-1800
1,000241-2417 WATERFRONT
BREEZES! HARBOUR ISLAND ESTATE
MLS# 281048 Magnificent Marsh Landing
ur blocks to the Mediterranean-styleon 2 wooded acres, 180' on
features designer ICW, 40 boat sliti yacht basin, 6BR/7.5BA, 2-
Master has large stylibraryw/spiratsaircase,theatre,guestcabana,
S2 car garage and send lanai pooltpa, summer kitchen & FP
1-2417 $5,950,000 285.1800
QUEENS HARBOUR ISLAND
A TOWIINOME MLS# 320565 Once in-a-life-time opportunity
ur blocks to the toownanislandinQueensHarbour¬subject
nt condition with to their dues, 2.25 acre lot w/unobstructed
Large hot tub on Intracoastal views, high elevation, mature trees
-2417 & surrounded by marsh, build your dream estate
here! $3,000,00Q 285-1800
SPECTACULAR OCEANSIlDGE REDUCED!
IEWS! MLS# 363860 2BR/2BA condo, close to
penthouse w/east clubhouse, pool, beach & restaurants. Open floor
BA plus den. 12 plan w/many upgrades. Great water view!
parking spaces & $372,000285-1800
000 241-2417 PONTE VEDRA BEACH NEW PRICE!
00 2 2 MLS# 374624 Brick 2-sty5BRtBA homeeast
)ELIGIfi ofA IA! approx 4400 SF, upgrades & amenities,
ending 2BR/2BA gourmet kitchen 2/48 inch gas range, subzero
unless steel appl, refrigerator, master w/over 1000SF, 6'whirlpool
S tub, 32x 15' pool & shortwalk to beachOwner/
pet, and HVAC. Agent. $999,999 285-1800
storage unit. W/D TIMBERIUN PRC PERFECTION!
MLS# 360427 Truly immaculate, bright & airy
SUNSHINE Howard White lakefront home shows like a
r3BA home on model! Over2700 SF, 4BR/3BA, scmd lanai w/
struction loaded newly refurbished hot tub, 2-carcourtyard entry
nsuction loaded garage. Come & see, it sparkles! $495,000
irs, granite, crown 285-1800
Beach. $899,000 HOME ON PRESERVE LOT IN ODOMS
MILL REDUCED
LANDMARKI MLS# 304635 Just 5 minutes to the beach!
Picture perfect4BR/3BA home is light, bright &
5BA, 3,385 SF, airy w/screened lanai, many upgrades, gas FP,
t penthouse lots of tile, fresh paint, 3-car garage & more!
ws! Exceptional $485,000 285-1800
; granite. 422 SF MARSH LANDING
rking. $1,999,000 GOLF COURSE VIEWS!
MIS# 358081 Traditional 4BR/5BA + office
& bonus, formal LR & DR, kitchen offers 42
OCEAN inch cabinets, granite cntrs & opens to FR
modeled Jax Bch w/gas FP, 2nd floor has 2 large BR, one
w kitcabs, granite w/balcony that overlooks green & 2BA &
more. $309,000 3-car side entry garage. $799,500 285-1800
GiOLF & WATER VIEWS
IN SAWORASS CC
CONDO! MLS# 368438 4BR/3BA spacious living on
etely remodeled. beautiful lot. 2 Masters w/deck, vaulted ceilings,
fhs/showers wet light/bright, morning nn & loft/office. Great
19,000 241-2417 location! $845,000 285-1800
WORLD GOLF TREASURE
IOCAllON! MLS# 385343 4BR/3BA w/study located in the
00 + SF end unit King & the Bear gorgeous landscaping, 12 ft.
bamboo flooring, ceilings, corian countertops, plantation shutters
ly 1 blk to ocean. & much more! $479,900 285-1800
OCEFNFRONTIN
oks Nept. Bch. SOUlHPONIE VEDR BEACH
MLS# 303278 Cape Cod 4BR/3BA on 75' lot,
EACH! lirnished cottage-style decor, multi-level decking
56 S. Updated. w/picnic table & benches, 1 st level room for 6,
56 SE Updated total home sleeps 14 comfortably, wood firs &
carport. Fenced. 2-car garage, great home or-rental. $1,190,000
285-1800 --
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904-568-1523
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NEPTUNE BEACH
WELCOME TO REAL "OLD BEACH!'
A gem! Hospitable 1st. St. delight, 3/2.5, plus sep. 1/1 Guest House. too' Lots of
orig. rustic flavor, Irg. corner lot w/ oceanviews. Arare find- $797,000. MLS
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JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, pool, fireplace,
Appraised $369,000, Sell $295,000.
(904)304-7982,
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1.5BA. Must sell.
$150,000. (904)339-3084.
NEPTUNE, EAST of A1A, 3BR/2BA, ga-
rage. 233 Pine St. $589,000. 249-7946,
LEASE/ PURCHASE, ICW, split 4BR,
1856sf., 194ft. deep lot. New paint, tile,
carpet. $239,900 OBO, terms. Independ-
ent Brokers & Asso., Inc. 247-4333.
CHARMING REMODELED 3/2 Jax Beach
home. New roof, A/C and plumbing,
442 15th Ave. North. 514-0728 514-0724,
246-9742.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/1, CH&A, D/W,
large yard, cul-de-sac, 1035 Stocks St.,
$114,900, 476-3882.
SPECTACULAR MARSHFRONT
Jax Bch, sweeping, panoramic views
overlooking 1500 acres of creek, island, &
ICW. Modern, spacious, & extremely com-
fortable layout. 65ft lap pool, covered
shuffleboard court, redfish pond, 3500sf
heated, 6000sf under roof, 8000sf total liv-
ing space. Owner relocating, first $875K,
$175,000 below appraisal. Mike McGuire
(904)246-5162.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 blocks to beach,
3/2, 2300sf, $499,000. (904)655-8015.
BUILDER'S PREVIEW OPEN HOUSE,
Sea Glass, 404 Davis St. Saturday & Sun-
day, lpm-5pm. It's the house everyone is
talking about in Neptune Beach!
POOL HOME, 4/2 Built in '99, 2400sf, In-
tercoastal West, $349,000 co-op. Call
(904)591-6795.


806-A 3rd St. Neptune Beach
WATERFRONT LOTS
Neptune Beach Lots w/Dock
permits in hand. From
$679,000
INTRACOASTAL LOTS
"Sunset View" with tidal water
access. Great for small boats
and jet ski's. From $649,000
INTERIOR HOMESITES
3 New Subdivisions at the
Beaches. Lots start at $239,900
OCEANFRONT LOTS
3 contiguous separately platted
lots in Vilano Beach. Green
water, Gold coquina and
Spectacular sunrises.
CONSTRUCTION
Custom home building on your
lot or ours. Best lot selection at
the Beach. 20 years experience
building at the Beach.
Call Jason Jarrett @
904-591-5917 mobile
904-247-7000 office


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-Making Dreams a Reality -


'-/ PONTE VEDRA
NEW ON THE MARKET!!! Quiet Cul
de sac 3 BR, 2 BA, great room, split
bedroom arrangement, neighborhood
pool & tennis $299,900
Large corner lot, open floor plan 3/3
home, office, large closets, a cooks
dream kitchen, laundry room,
oversized lanai, fenced backyard.
$329,000
Ponte Vedra "Fixer Upper" East of
A1A 1 story 3 br, 2 ba house with large
fenced yard. $275,000
HAMPTON PARK
BARGAIN PRICED!!! Gated
community 4 BR, 3.5 BA, study, bonus
room, hardwood floors, stainless
appliances and surround sound.
EXTREMELY MOTIVATED SELLER
$483,000


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FSBO-REDUCED
Jax Beach. New condo, Valencia,
2BR/2BA, 1357sf. $340K. (904)241-4544.
PONTE VEDRA great view 3/2 condo,
plantation shutters, fireplace, new stain-
less steel appliances. Tenant in place until
May. $239,000. 904-280-5170 or 616-
5274.

2BR/2BA, 1400 sf Oceanview Condo. Un-
der $400K! OPEN HOUSE 9/22,
2pm-4pm. 400 1st St. S.. Also for rent.
735-7810.
WATERFRONT, BRAND new, 3BR/3BA
w/boatslip. Darien, GA, 1 hour from Jack-
sonville. $299,000. McGuire Mortgage.
246-9915.
PVB- OCEAN Grove, 2BR/2BA, garage,
beach access, lake view, 1070sf. FSBO
$199,500. 904-221-8458.
,JAX BEACH, FSBO. New condo,.5th flopr,
3BR/3.5BA, 2400+sf, corner init w/beauti-
ful ocean views, 2 balconies, granite, SS,
fireplace, pool, $760,000, 607-9295.
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR/2BA w/bonus room, new carpet,
CH&A, fenced yard. Near ocean and Han-
na Park. 1158 Songbird Lane. $114,900.
280-2728, excellent rental history Iv. msg.
NEW CONSTRUCTION- Surfside Con-
dos, oceanviews; 2 & 3 bedrooms; move-
in Nov., 2007. Call Renee L. Baron, Inc.
(904) 242-2821
PONTE VEDRA Bch, on canal, top floor
1 BR 1 BA, 1 car garage. All amenities, gat-
ed comm., very nice. $172,900. Finance
terms avail. (850)933-7200.

OCEAN FRONT
THE SANDPIPER
2/1 top floor, corner unit, tiled balcony with
great views. Elevator, pool and storage,
349,000. Owner/Agent. 887-7053.

WOLF CREEK, 2BR/2BA, ground level,
s/s appliances, W/D $159,900. Seller will
pay $3000 towards closing costs. Grace
Ellis, Owner/ agent. All Pro Realty Spe-
cialists Inc. (904)655-7923.
PVB, TOWNHOUSE CONDO, lakefront,
private, 2BR/2.5BA, all upgrades including
new kitchen. Strategic location. $205K.
Call 280-8782.
PVB, OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA, full amen-
ities, beach access. Financing available.
$134,900. 226-3968.


ATLANTIC BEACH,, 1BR/1BA, 1 block to
beach, $175,000. Call (904)246-6758.
JAX BCH, Oceanfront. 4/3.5, 2500sf, NE
8th floor. FSBO, agents welcome 2%.
$799,000 OBO. 612-3200.


PROFESSIONAL MORTGAGE CHOICE, LLC
Ask About our first time home buyers pro-
gram? Ask about our 1-1/2% interest rate?
904-233-9543.
APPLETREE FLORIDA MORTGAGE is
the answer to your home financing needs.
As a licensed mortgage broker business,
we give you access to premier national
sources of money so why use a single, lo-
cal lender whose menu of solutions is lim-
ited? Call (203)438-6225 or email
Yohan@AppletreeFloridaMortgage.com.


2/1 S/W, WDHU, stove, refrig., #96 in Ad-
miral's Walk; $12,000 cash OBO. 242-
9404(0) or 483-1725 (C).
1500SQFT, D/W, 3/2, LR, DR, FR
UT/room. Newly renovated. A beautiful
home in a quiet beaches park. For less
than $30,000, #140 in Admiral's Walk.
242-9404 (0) or 483-1725 (C).


ATLANTIC BEACH
Single story 4 bdrm home with formal
rooms, kitchen/family rm combination,
wood floors, fireplace, 2 car garage,
screened pool. $697,000
Charming 2 story Atlantic Beach
Bungalow, 3/2, fenced backyard, 4
houses from the ocean. $750,000
CONDO MUST SELL
PRICED BELOW MARKET!!! Over
1600 SF 4th flr condo, 3/2, great
storage, spacious interior, laundry
room, screened lanai, elevator.
$184,000
VACANT LAND
604 Boating Club Rd. is a 5 min walk
to beach. Intracoastal view and a boat
ramp available. Lot is 70 X 100.
$229,900


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16 N Wilderness Trail, Ponte Vedra
just under 6 acres, zoned for horses.
Call today. $1,450,000
Across from ocean, 3900 block
Coastal Hwy. S, 3-1/2 lots West side
ofA1A. $640,000
2439 S. Ponte Vedra Blvd.
OCEANFRONT lot located among
some of the most beautiful new S.
Ponte Vedra Luxury homes.
$1,350,000.
Dir: 904-280-2820
Eve: 904-241-2160
E-Mail: judybythebeach@aol.com
VIEW THE VIRTUAL TOURS AT
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2/2 Penthouse sits above the water,
resort amen., gated bch. comm., 2
master ste's, open fir pi, scrnd lanai,
storage galore and more!

Call Shawn Norton @
534-9518 Realtor


THE CONDO CONNECTION

CITY TO SAND

WE CAN FIND YOUR CONDO
At The Beach
Sandpiper: REDUCED $48,000 OCEANFRONT. 2/1
Terracotta tile. Fabulous view of the beach. Covered park.
& stor.. Pool by the ocean. MLS# 371646 $349,500
Summerhouse: HUGE REDUCTION GOLFVIEW. 2/2
TWNHSE private end unit on golf course. Fabulous 5 star
amenities, gated, close to bch. $199,800.
Villas at Marsh Landing: 2/2 W/IGAR. New carpet & paint.
Huge lanai w/wooded & golf view..Clubhse. pool, gated.
MLS# 382682 $198,800
Villas at Marsh Landing: VILLAS LOWEST PRICE. 1/1
Grnd fir unit w/ wooded view from the scrned lanai.
Clubhouse, pool, gated. MLS# 374480 Fresh Paint, move
in ready! REDUCED $131,000
Villas at Marsh Landing: BEST BEACH VALUE
Reduced $10,000 3/2 Huge lanai., GAR., pool. Gated
comm. 1 Yr HOA. REDUCED $209,900. MLS# 393891

TALK TO THE TWINS
Donna Sandiford Diane Barr
386-5800 234-9997


JAX BEACH,. 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhome, CH&A, patio &
deck, $1350/mo, $1000 deposit. Available
October, 520 So. 2nd St., 280-2728 leave
message.
N. JAX Beach- Charming 2BR/1BA, just
steps to ocean Sunroom, wood floors,
WDHU! $1200/mo.. All South Realty,
241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA townhome,
3 blocks to town center, 4 blocks to beach.
WDHU. $1025/mo. (904)742-6423.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 207 15th St.,
2BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block to ocean,
$900/mo., ref's. 246-6194, 249-3636.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Courtyards, 2/2, ce-
ramic tile, WDHU $875/mo. TDO Mgmnt.
246-1125,
SPACIOUS 3BR/1BA, CH&A, laundry,
large fenced back yard Neptune Bch.
247-7641
AQUATIC GARDEN 3/2, W/D, fenced
yard, possible lease option, pets allowed,
$1100/mo. 803-6560.


ATLANTIC BEACH, Main St., 2BR/1.5BA,
CH&A, f/p, WDHU, dishwasher, $785/mo.,
891-0606.
NEPTUNE BCH ocean view, 2BR/1BA,
beautiful, no pets, no smoking, 242-8644.
NEPTUNE BCH, Lora St., East of AIA,
2BR 1BA, WDHU & storage, beachy w/
hardwood floors, new HVAC, $1000/mo.
plus util., lyr lease, dep. & credit check.
Call Rick 891-2345.
JAX BEACH townhouse. 187 South 8th
Ave. 2 blocks to Ocean, 2BR/2.5BA,
1500sf, 1-car garage, no pets. $1350/mo.
223-9789.

RENTAL- CONDO- MAYPORT
2 large bedrooms, 1.5 baths, including re-
frigerator w/icemaker, dishwasher, washer
& dryer, separate dining area, fireplace in
living room, newly carpeted (sorry NO
DOGS), fresh and clean, includes pool,
security system, plus additional outside
locked storage facility. $795/mo., one year
lease, deposit and references required.
Call Evenings 285-8325 or Cell 403-9297.
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ATLANTIC BEACH 3/2.5 TH, 3 blks from
beach & Twn Cntr. Remodeled kit. w/ ss
appl., 2 car gar., FP, scr. patio, CH/A.
$1900/mo. Agent/ owner 349-1864.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, 900sf., W/D,
CH&A. $900/mo + $900 deposit, 1 yr.
lease, no pets. 210/ 222 17th Ave. No.
Call 221-6816.
SOUTH VILANO Beach, 2BR/2BA town-
house, private beach access, $950/mo.
Call Elizabeth, 415-5454.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
247-1417.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA town-
house; 7 blocks from ocean, $785/mo.
Call Elizabeth, 415-5454.
SOUTH JAX Beach, 2BR/2.5BA, W/D,
dishwasher, 2car garage, 1 block from
ocean, 3 stories w/4th floor deck. 630
South 2nd St. Unit C3. $1500/mo.
+$1500/dep; lawn, pest control included;
small dog OK. Credit check necessary.
Avail. approx. 1015. (904)334-2728.
2BR/2BA TOWNHOME bonus room,
CH&A, located in Mayport Landing,
fenced back yard, near ocean and Hanna
Park, 1278 Wonderwood Dr., $765/mo,
$700 deposit, 280-2728 leave message.
2BR/2BA TOWNHOME bonus room,
CH&A, located in Mayport Landing, near
ocean and Hanna Park, $750/mo, $700
deposit, 280-2728 Iv message.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA town-
house, close to ocean. W/D included. Very
nice. $975/mo. 219-2481.
JAX BCH, 2/1, lower, carpet, WDHU
$900/mo. TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125.
SAWGRASS, BERMUDA Court Patio
Home. Player's Club section, back yard
fronts on beautiful lagoon, 2 min walk to
large park, community pool, quiet and safe
neighborhood, 2BR/2BA, 1700sf., no
garage, excellent condition. Minimum
6 month lease. $1350/mo. (904)571-3877.
NEAR PONTE Vedra. Quiet, safe, 1 block
beach, lower duplex, 2BR/1BA, CH&A,
W/D included. $950/mo. lease, deposit.
No pets or smoking. 993-1118.
OCEANVIEW, NEW luxury 3BR/2BA
condo at Pier Point! Amenities incl. pool,
granite countertops & more! $1750/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhome,
3BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, Ig private yard,
$1300/mo. Rent to Own. Call 992-0588
Sellstate Performance Realty
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Oceanside,
2BR/2BA condo w/club pool, just steps to
beach! $1100/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
OCEANVIEW, POOL, 1BR/1BA, quiet,
$750/mo. 339-4901.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA Duplex.
Appliances, washer/ dryer, CH&A.
$950/mo. 1st, & dep. Pets OK. 476-3500,
374-9372.
JAX BCH 2BR apts on/ near ocean. CH/A,
WDHU, no pets, $825-$1075/mo.
246-3130.
OCEAN VIEW Apartment 1BR/1BA.
CH&A, newly renovated, dishwasher,
microwave. 127 7th Ave. N., Jax Beach.
No Pets. $895/mo. Lloyd (904)535-8844.


NB- MUST see, lovely 1700sf 2BR 2BA
upstairs duplex. Huge covered front porch,
1 1/2 blocks to ocean. Pets ok. $2000/mo.
Call 861-4416. Avail. 10/1.
3BR/ 2.5BA townhouse, 1/2 block from
ocean. Atl Bch. Gar., $1650/mo. Call Rich
476-8521.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
2BR, $800/mo;1BR, $575/mo; laundry
room in building. Credit check. No pets.
514-8530.
BEACH LIVING
Walk to beach from this 2BR/1BA town-
home. Approx. 900sf., newly remodeled
kitchen, CH&A, new W/D, private yard.
$900/mo. No pets. 616-5615.
MAYPORT LANDING 2/2, CH&A, utility
room, screened in porch and privacy
fence. 1181 Songbird Ln., Credit check.
1-888-259-0783.
ATL BCH townhome. Spacious 3/2.5,
fenced yard, pet friendly, 1/2 block to
beach. $1700/mo. Call 334-7155.
Beautiful ATLANTIC Bch. newly renov.
2BR/2BA condo. Screen porch, W/D.
$1200/mo.. Includes water, sewer, cable.
Great pool & tennis court. Avail immedi-
ately. Call Susan (904)249-7548
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean, 1BR apart-
ment, $600/mo., 334-9435.
NEPTUNE BCH, very sleek 2BR 2BA
townhouse. 2 blocks to ocean. 1200sf,
frplc., all amenities, $1200/mo. plus 1 mo.
sec. No pets. 246-8267.
JAX BEACH 1BR/1BA, washer/ dryer,
1217 4th Street N. $725/mo., plus utilities.
318-2121.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2BA condo, East of
A1A! $950/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
2BR/ 1BA upstairs duplex unit. Outside
laundry room, hardwood floors throughout.
217 12th Ave. N., Jax Bch. $900/mo.
242-9195.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 227 Magnolia, 2/1,
carpet/ tile, garage, $1100/mo. TDO
Mgmnt. 246-1125.


1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave.
South, 1BR/1BA. $600/mo. and $650/mo
(904)891-0606.
2BR/1BA,.NICE apartment in Jax Bch
$850/mo. Great location, W/D included.
(904)246-6592.
NEPTUNE BEACH, pceanview apart-
ment, 2BR11.5BA. WDHU, CH&A,
$1450/mo. +utilities. 246-2569.
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10 BLKS FROM OCEAN
Atl Bch townhouse-. 2 or 3 bedrooms.
1509 & 1507 Jordan St. $750/mo &
$850/mo. No smoking. No pets. 855-3288.



SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
2100sf., 2 car arage. Fireplace. Water to
golf view. $1800/mo. Call Susan
(904)514-7150.
2BR 1BA townhouse apt. Oceanview at
foot of beach access, all amenities.
$1325/mo. 3624 Ocean Dr. S., Jax Bch.
Call 241-5816.


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ATLANTIC BCH, 3BR 2BA townhouse w/
fenced yard & parking. 2877 Sandcastle
Ln. (cul-de-sac) in Mayport Landing. Close
to Navy base, Hanna Park & Wonderwood
Expwy. Avail 10/1. $825/mo., $800/dep.,
lyr lease. Call (904)226-8540.
PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA condo w/club
pool & more! $1150/mo.. All-South Realty,
241-4141..-
PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA townhome,
gated, washer/dryer included; 5 star
amenities. $925/mo. 998-9148.
OCEAN VIEW
1BR w/great ocean views, tile floors
throughout, washer & dryer, walk-in clos-
et, balcony, assigned parking. $925/mo.
160 Seventh Avenue North. 993-2555
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NEW COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check. No pets. $700/mo. 514-8530
NORTH JAX Beach. efficiency $515/mo.,
1BR $615/mo,, 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
pets. (904)249-5368.

BEACHES
1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts.
Pool & laundry room, $590/mo. & up.
241-2781 or 237-0552.
PV BEACH Summer House. 2BR/1.5BA,
adjacent to pool, $1150/mo. Small pets
welcome. (904)280-3138.


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Pets are welcome
Washer/Dryer Connections
Water & Pest Control
Included
2130 Mayport Road, Atlantic Peach

241-4202


PVB- LARGE 1 BR garage Apt. with pool.
$700/mo, includes utilities. Pets ok.
994-1349.'
NEW 2/2 JAX BEACH CONDO. Stain-
less/ Granite. W/D. Pool. Walk to ocean.
No smoke. $1400/mo. 241-5564.
BEACH RENTAL- Available Nov 1.
1BR/1BA, located at 35 29th Ave. South.
$750/mo. +$750/deposit. No smoking.
Call Sam at 249-3403.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 4 blocks ocean.
CH&A, painted, new carpet. No pets.
246-0576.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
Efficiency, $650/mo. 1BR/1BA, $750/mo.
water included. 241-9822.



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+ 28R/1BA, H, 250 Jasmine St., big
private lot, new carpet, W/D. $925/mo.
+ 3BR/2BA,Mayport.$800-$850/mo.
+ 2BP/1BA, Quad Ct. $650/mo.

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+ 2/1 Apt. ceanviews, water included
$1000/mo. .
+ 1/1 Apt. I block to ocean. Top Unit.
$800/mo


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+ 2/1 Apt.- 1 block to ocean, new
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WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH&A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.1320 4th St.. S.,
Unit C, Jax Bch. No pets. $825/mo,
$825/sec. dep. (904)343-9908.
S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
JAX BEACH townhome, 2BR/1.5BA,
1100sf., WDHU, CH&A, tile floors through-
out, fenced yard, pets ok w/deposit.
$1050/mo. +sec. dep., 887 8th Ave.
South, (904)608-6678.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, clean
and move in ready, balcony, 2BR, WDHU,
great parking. $985/mo. 280-2805.




ATLANTIC BEACH, 3/2. Convenient to
shopping & AB Elem. Ceramic tile LR
w/fireplace, family room, well equipped eat-
in kitchen, separate laundry room. One
car garage, private, shaded patio & well ir-
rigation for large fenced yard. $1250/mo.,
249-3012.
SOUTH JAX Beach, 3/1.5, carport. Large
lot; 7 blocks to beach, $1200/mo. +secuti-
ry, +references. (904)249-4324.
PONTE VEDRA Pool Home, spacious
3/2.5 on large lot, east of A1A, walk to
beach, $2500/mo. +deposit, lawn and pool
care included. (904)607-6143.
ATLANTIC BCH ocean front furnished
house 4BR/4BA. Winter rental. 398-5020.
ATL. BCH/ Oak Harbor, 1129 Sebago So.
3BR/2BA, all new, fenced. $1195/mo. Dis-
count for 2yr. lease. 612-8868.
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR/ 2.5BA 2700sf, fireplace, 1535 Selva
Marina Dr. 3 blks to ocean, across from
Selva Marina Country Club. Pets ok,
$2250/ mo. 838-6333. Avail 7/1.
*
3/2 Atl. Bch, 2 story townhouse. Newly
renovated, fenced backyard, $850/mo.
sec. dep., no pets. 285-6125.

NEPTUNE BEACH- 3 block to ocean,
great family neighborhood, nice 3/2 with
large yard, $1350/mo. Call 285-2952.
ATLANTIC BCH- 472 Skate Rd., 3/2, tile
throughout, new appliances, fenced back
yard, new A/C, laundry. $1125/mo.,
445-8013. Available immediately.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Nice & cozy 3BR/
2BA, hardwood floors, bay windows, se-
curity system, scr. patio, auto garage,
storage shed, brand new dishwasher.
Near Atl. Blvd./ Mayport Rd. (88 W. 5th
St.). $1195/mo. Avail. immed. CALL NOW
(904)386-1128.
WOLFCREEK TOWNHOME, 2/2, like
new $1100/mo,. Call 588-4691
PONTE VEDRFA, single family'home,
3BR/2.5BA, fireplace, fenced yard, 2 car
garage, tile and new carpet. $1375/mo.
negotiable. 285-2952.
SAN PABLO, 3/2, 2 car garage, huge
deck, screened Florida room $1350/mo.
Available Sept. 15. Rose Lampe
403-5536.
DESIRABLE LOCATION close to beach-
es, shopping & UNF. 1.5yr old 2BR 2.5BA
townhome w/ loft. Corian counter tops,.
new carpet, tile floors, S/S appl., W/D, wa-
terview, screened porch, 1 car gar. Gated,
Clubhouse, pool & gym. Pets ok. Rent
$1400/mo. or lease to own.
(904)294-0605 or raywoods@comcast.net
JB, BLOCKS to Beach, 3BR/2BA, WDHU,
CH&A, large fenced backyard, newly re-
modeled kitchen, large greatroom.
$1350/mo. 285-9347.
ATLANTIC -BEACH Townhouse,
S3BR/2,65BA,/2 blk to beach,access, s/s,
refrigerator and DW; W D microwave.
S'ir-pia.:e GH&4 3 .a,-parli;ng de',:k. on
all ciories, $1700 mo 673-7863
THIS BEAUTIFUL waterfront, 2 story,
2BR/3BA, loft townhome is now available.
Owner completely remodeled throughout
to move into, but plans changed. New tile
& carpet, new fireplace, new bathroom
vanities, new kitchen cabinets, new Corian
countertop and all new appliances.
$1600/mo. Must have good credit, first &
last month rent required. If interested,
please call 233-0303.
PONTE VEDRA- 4BR/2.5BA home in con-
venient area! Club pool, tennis & more! 2
car garage! $1400/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
PVB, POOL HOME, walk to ocean,
3BR/2BA. $1900/mo. (904)993-5626.
4BR/2BA pool home. Exc. cond., 2 car
gar., scr. porch. Off Hodges. $1495/mo.
VIP Realty 962-6190.
JAX Beach- 3BR/1.5BA, just 7 blocks to
ocean! Equipped kit & more! $1075/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands, 2BR
2.5BA townhome; 1 car garage, communi-
ty pool, $1100/mo. 655-5990.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1BA, CH&A,
painted, carpeted, WDHU, fenced yard.
No dogs. 246-0576
4 BLOCKS TO BEACH. 2BR/1.5BA
Townhouse, 1100sf. 1415 4th St N. Jax
Beach. $1100/mo, first and last to move
in. Call (904)868-7702 or (904)333-9785
to see.
PONTE VEDRA, Solano Woods, 3/2. Up
grades! Remodeled! $1500/mo.,
(904)403-4331.
MAYPORT AREA, 4BR/2BA, large Florida
room, W/D included, enclosed patio. 2460
Montreal St., $1200/mo., +deposit, year
lease. 710-6896.
OLD PV, 4BR/2BA, 3 lots from ocean,
2400sf, WBFP, $1900/mo., 220-6244.
PELICAN BAY
Beautiful cul-de-sac community off San
Pablo & Beach. Like new 4BR 2.5BA, 2
car gar., all appl., washer/ dryer, vaulted
ceilings, scr. por., deck, jacuzzi. 1840sf,
avail now. $1600/mo. (904)349-3434.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3BR/2BA w/ga-
ragel Convenient to schools, shopping &
beach! $1075/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, Dolphin Cove,
7 Cobia St. 2BR/2BA, $1100/mo.
+$1100/dep. No smoking, No pets. Lawn
care included 285-2302, 945-6547.
PONTE VEDRA- L'Atrium, 3/2, lake front,
2 car garage, $1475/mo., 461-3326.
JAX BEACH, 3/1, 809- 8th Ave. So.; re-
modeled tile & blinds throughout; large
yard; a appliances, $1200/mo. +deposit,
993-6770 or 246-2634.
NICE 4/BR house w/pool and fenced back
yard, off San Pablo Rd. near schools.
$1400/mo. 247-3777.


PLAYERS CLUB Sawgrass, very nice
brick home, 4BR/2BA, 2car garage.
$1750/mo. Call (904)631-8963.
OCEANVIEW TOWNHOME- S. Ponte Ve-
dra Beach w/elevator, beautiful ocean
views. 4BR/4BA, 2800sf, garage. Private
beach access. Available 11/1. $1950/mo.
furnished/ $1850/mo. unfurnished. Call
904-607-6154.
JAX BEACH
GATED/SANCTUARY
LAKE VIEW PATIO
4BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, all appliances,
2426sf; built 1999; blocks to beach, com-
munity pool, tennis, $1700/mo. $200/mo.
incentive towards rent (meaning reduced
rent) through March 2008. Louis Watkins
(Watson Realty), (904)473-1061.
N. JAX Beach, 2BR/1BA, newly remod-
eled, garage, large screened Florida
room. $1000/mo. +deposit. 241-4630.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 blks to beach,
3BR/2BA, new paint, carpet, hardwood
floors, refrigerator with icemaker, micro-
wave. W/D, 2 car garage, $1575/mo
(513)300-2762.
JAX BEACH- 3BR/2BA newly remodeled,
on lake, $1100/mo. Call 838-7563.


3BR/3.5BA, 2300SF Townhome, 14th Ave
So & 2nd St. Jax. Beach, fully loaded, 2
years old, $1800/mo. Available immedi-
ately, 424-7204.
NEPTUNE BCH 116 Lora St., large
3BR/2BA, 1/2 block to ocean. Deck, no
dogs $2500/mo. 463-0222 or 465-2653.
3BR/2BA, GARAGE, decks, screened
porch, east of 3rd. $1500/mo.
+$1000/dep. (904)662-5677.
OFF ST. Johns Bluff Rd. 2BR/2BA, 2car
garage, large fenced yard, tiled floors,
new appliances. $1100/mo. +$900/dep.
(904)386-4853.
ATL. BCH/ Oak Harbor, 1232 Galapagos.
3BR/2BA, family room, carport, fenced.
$1295/mo. Discount for 2yr. lease.
612-8868.
JAX BEACH, charming bungalow,. 1 block
to beach access, 3BR/1BA, -CH&A, ga-
rage w/utility room/ shower, WDHU. Cor-
ner lot, fenced backyard. 1yr. lease. No
pets. $1250/mo. (813)486-9418.
SAWGRASS, 3BR/2BA, avail. 10/1/07,
updated and super clean. $1450/mo.
(904)373-0991.
PVB 3/2 w/fireplace on corner lot, 140
Serrano Way, $1500/mo. includes yard
care. Option to buy, $225K. 379-3759.
NEPTUNE BEACH house, 3BR/3BA, spa-
cious, pool, FL room, 2400sf. $2000/mo.
534-4145.

PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private, 4BR/3BA, plus bonus room,
2-car garage, w/many amenities.
$1700/mo. 860-1690.
HOUSE FOR rent or own, 2 story,
4BR/2.5BA, Collingswood subdivision,
12470 Heathgate Court, Jacksonville. Call
(904)803-6153, (904)220-4247.
KERNAN, VILLAS at Cross Creek, 3/2,
fireplace, garage. $1100/mo. TDO Mgmnt.
246-1125.
FIDDLERS MARSH 3BR/2BA home in
Ponte Vedra. $1600/mo. Jacqueline By-
ram/ Realtor Ponte Vedra Beach Realty,
111-C Solana Road (904)571-5653.
5BR/3BA, ATLANTIC Beach, 2200sf.,
6 blocks to ocean, 302 Magnolia. Jacuzzi
tub,. outside shower, hardword floors &
carpet, W/D +appliances incl., fenced
yard, 2 car garage, lots storage, pets ok
w/deposit, no smoking $2075/mo..
(904)759-0267.
LEASE/ PURCHASE, ICW, split 4BR,
1856sf., 194ft. deep lot. New paint, tile,
carpet. $1500/mo. OBO. terms. Independ-
ent Brokers & Asso., Inc. 247-4333.
DRAYTON PL, 3/2, carpet/ tile, sunroom,
patio, $1500/mp::TDO Mgmnt. 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Short or Long Term Lease
Upscale 13 yr. bid 2000sqft. 3BR/2.5BA
Contemporary in' Old Atlantic Beach. Fire-
place, 1.5 car garage, outstanding condi-
tion. No pets. Will consider lease/ pur-
chase. $1950/mo. (904)242-8081.
MARSH LANDING CC, executive home
in private golf community. 3BR/3BA, neu-
tral and tasteful upgrades, fireplace,
wooded back yard, $2295/mo. Will sell al-
so. 537-4083.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3BR/2BA, quiet
neighborhood, fireplace, screen porch,
marshview, new carpet, $1500/mo.
626-3b56
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1300/mo + deposit,
Available 9/1. 614-5278.
3BR/ 2BA, office, huge great room with
fireplace,. overlooking patio & swimming
pool. Fenced backyard. Available now.
Rent to own or rent, (904)247-5317 or
635-1774.


PONTE VEDRA Summerhouse. New
2BR/2BA. 5 star amenities. Great location!
Bottom floor unit. $990/mo. +deposit. 838-
9400.
SPVB GRAND Cay Villas, 2/2; fireplace,
W/D, screened porch, new carpet, new
paint. -Available now. $995/mo.,
655-0325.
JARDIN DE Mer, 3BR/2BA, No pets. Ref-
ereices required. $1400/mo. 710-3946.
WOLF CREEK, 2BR/2BA, ground level,
s/s appliances, W/D $1100/mo. Grace El-
lis. All Pro Realty Specialists Inc.
(904)655-7923.
JAX BCH, 2BR/2BA, condo all applian-
ces, near the beach, 2yrs old, 1car ga-
rage. $1050/mo. Call 955-8213 for info.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA, fireplace, pool, fit-
ness, new carpet, no pets. $1100/mo.,
246-8397.
OCEANFRONT TOWNHOME,
2BR/2.5BA, 2 car garage, all appl., incl
W/D, 3 decks, 1741 1st St. N, Jax Beach,
furnished $2195/mo., unfurnished
$1795/mo. Call (904)614-1639.
DECORATOR HIGH END 2BR/2BA,
ocean front condo, living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean w/balcony.
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
furnished, great amenities, including cov-
ered parking, hot tub, tennis, and sandy
beach. Call for more details. 398-9080 ext
211. -
PVB OCEAN Links- Unit #921. 3BR/2BA
w/garage. Ceramic tile in living/ dining/
kitchen areas. 2nd floor, end unit.
$1300/mo. 1/2 off first month. Ocean
Breeze Management 904-270-8805.
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, one year old,
2BR/2BA w/fireplace and appliances.
5-star amenities, gated community.
$1050/mo. Kimmie 904-333-8604. Avail.
11/1.

ATLANTIC BEACH, Oceanfront,
1BR/1.5BA, 1st floor, sleeps 4+, com-
pletely furnished. Available now thru-
12/26/07. $1500/mo. (952)201-4557.
OCEAN FRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury,
3BR/2BA, garage, $2200/mo. No' smok-
ing, Call 904-463-2006.
BRING YOUR BOAT Waterfront town-
house on ICW at the beach, 2BR/2 1/2BA
w/50 ft.boat dock, open floor plan w/up-
grade kitchen, bath, etc. W/D, great view
$1600/mo. (904)424-6572.
CHARMING ATLANTIC BEACH
OCEANFRONT CONDOS
Attractively furnished. 3BR/2BA, pool, gat-
ed. Available 10/1, min. 3mo. max. 7mo.
No pets/ smoking. Call for details. DUN-
SON REAL ESTATE, Inc.
Realtor 904-247-5153.
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ENDLESS OCEANVIEWS, New, Jax Bch
condo. 5th floor end unit. 3/3.5, 2400sf, 2
balconies, granite, ss, wetbar, frplc. Pool,
jacuzzi, under building parking. $2350/mo.
607-9295.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1BA, fp, new ap-
pliances, W/D. May rent to own. $775/mo.,
$775 deposit, (904)571-5517.
OCEANFRONT, 1BR/1BA, Jax Beach


South, 811 So. 1st St., unfurnished, pool,
Sound floor. Unit remodeled and beauti-
ul. No pets. 1 parking space, $1299/mo.,
$1299 security deposit. Please call
(904)463-1036.
COURTYARDS: 1035SQFT, completely
remodeled, 2BR/2BA; new cabinets, stain-
less appliances, laundry room, loft, private
patio. Beautiful tile throughout, $985/mo.,
571-6664 or 887-6033.
OCEANFRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury,
2BR/2BA, garage. $2200/mo. Call
(904)476-7548.
SPINNAKER 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnish-
ed. Steps to Ocean. Garage, $1650/mo.
708-4022.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 3/2 w/ garage, im-
muculate, spacious, new tile, paint and
blinds, ground floor, end unit, screened la-
nai, fireplace, ceiling fans, all amenities, 1
mile to beach, $1300/mo. Must seel 904-
273-8923 or 904-294-8164.
FREE RENT PVB, THE COLONY. Walk/
bike to beach, 2BR/2BA, corner unit, 2nd
floor, high ceilings, new carpet/ tile, W/D,
fireplace, garage. $1145/mo. Janet
(904)635-6375,:::
ATLANTIC BCH' Seaplace, lovely 2/2,
steps to ocean, furnished/ unfurnished,
$1200/mo. (904)887-5005.


% 4 4 4 4 BEACH RENTALS 5'%* %i% 5S%5IqI
Uniurnished Homes ;rCranes Lake PV 2BR/2.5BA, two story Grand Cay Villas PV 2BR/2BA, third floor
SThe Plantation PV 3BR/2.5BA, beautiful lakefront condo, screened lanai, fireplace, w/cathedral ceilings, screened porch,
2 story home, hardwood and tile floors, den/ comm. pool. $995/mo. amenities. $925/mo.
office, balcony. $3000/mo. Intracoastal West Villas at Marsh Landing JB 2BR/2BA,
SCosta Verano JB 3BR/2.5BA, brand new Bishops Court Hodges 1BR/1BA, ground ground floor, screened porch, garage, amenities.
J luxury townhouse, w/ ocean views, attached floor/end unit, water to golf course views, $1100/mo.
2 car garage, amenities. $2800/mo. amenities. $850/mo. as at Rarsh Lading Jo
Ponte Vedra By Sea -PV 4BR/3BA, home Sail Cove Town Center Gate Pkwy Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
has living, dining and great room, 3 car Screened porch, amenities. 2BR/2BA, Ground floor. $110/m.
Garage, screened porch. $2600/mo. 1BR/1BA. Ground floor. $950/mo. 2BR/2BA, Groundfloor $1100/m.
e Summerfield PV 3BR/2BA, spacious 2BR/2BA, 1st floor w/ private garage. 2B2BA, ground floor w/garage. $1150/mo.
home in walking distance to schools & bch, $1150/mo. 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor, top/end unit. $1275/mo.
Spatio, 2 car garage. $2200/mo. Well Creek Hodges Belleja PV 3BR/28A, ground floor, recently 1
SPonte Vedra Shores Vilano 4BR/4BA, Newer townhouse w/ wooded preserve remodeled, tile floors, screened porch, amenities.
Snewer 3 story townhouse, tile floors, attached views, amenities, screened porch. $1295/mo.
garage, ocean views. $2000/mo. 2BR/2.5BA. $1100/mo. Furnished Rentals
S660 Upper 8th Ave. S. Js 3BR/1.5BA, 2BR/2.5BA. End unit. $1150/mo. Sawgrass PV 4BR/4.5BA; 2 story home, 7
two story w/tile floors, carpet, Florida room, Prlghtwater Gate Pkwy screened in pool, golf course views, game room.
fenced yard. $1550/mo. 2BR/2.5BA. Remodeled townhouse, garage, $3500/mo.
SSandy Oaks PV 3BR/2BA, home w/wood screened porch, amenities. $1200/mo.
Sdeck, hardwood floors, 2 car garage, elatwaterPlace- iodges3BR/2BA,home Ocean Oiraile spV 3BR/3BA, 2nd floor
cathedral ceilings. $1500/mo. has screened porch, large fenced backyard, luxury condo, garage, tile floors, elevators,
S1018 23rd St. N -JB 3BR/2.58A, two story overlooks preserve. $1400/mo. screened porch. $3200/mo.
Some, tile and new carpet flooring, wood Johs Cireek Hodges 3BR/2BA, home has The Colony PV 2BR/2BA, ground floor condo, 1
deck, garage. $1500/mo. open floor plan, fenced yard, garage, patio, fireplace, garage, east ofA1A. $1500/mo.
SSawgrass PV 3BR/2BA, home interior/ comm pool. $1500/mo.
exterior recently remodeled, comm. pool, Unfurnished Condos
Fireplace, garage. $1500/mo. The Colony PV 2BR/2BA, ground floor, ReI/MAX Coastal Real Estate
Neptune Marsh NB 3BR/2BA, home has east of AlA, garage, tile floors, new carpet Property Management
screened lanai, wood deck, new carpet & and paint. $900/mo. (800)Z99-5616 (904)285-5640
paint, fenced yard, garage. $1400/mo. www.rontthebeaches.com

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PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA,. hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1150/mo. 904-613-7605.
THE POINT AT PONTE VEDRA, 3/2, ON
THE WATER; LEASE OR SALE BY
OWNER. 285-5896 OR 251-5389.
GRAND CAY, 2BR/1BA, W/D, 1st floor,
quiet. $950/mo. Call 465-6401,
JAX BEACH SOUTH. 811 So. 1st St.,
2BR/1BA, remodeled 2nd floor duplex, un-
furnished, 100 ft. from ocean. Pool,
CH&A, WDHU. No pets, 1 parking space.
$999/mo. $1000 security deposit. Please
call (904)463-1036.
SO. JAX BCH- ocean front, unfurnished,
3/2, 4th floor, 1600sf, $2000/mo
534-4145.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA, fireplace, WDHU;
4 blocks to beach. Call (904)742-6423.
PVB CONDO/ Townhome 3/2.5, 1800+ sq
ft, community pool/ tennis, $1350/mo.
887-6288.

FREE RENT! PVB, MOTIVATED! ABSO-
LUTELY THE BEST DEAL 2BR split
plan, ground floor corner unit, tennis court
view,, W/D. $1145/mo. Janet (904)635-
6375.


EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlantic Blvd @
the Intracoastal Waterway. 3/4BR, 3.5BA,
approximately 2700sf. w/marina view. Re-
sort style living. $2450/mo. Includes 1-car
garage, water, sewer, cable, pool, spa,
clubhouse, health club. Marina Walk, gat-
ed community marsh and marina views.
40' boat slip available. Call 463-2845.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/1.5 Townhome, fire-
place, pool, $780/mo +security, 241-8706,
607-9980.
2BR/2BA MARSH VIEW CONDO- Fire-
place, vaulted ceilings, carpeted bed-
rooms, sunroom, W/D. Blocks from
beach. $1100/mo.. Available Now.
(904)233-7879.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, walk to beach;
gated community, 2/2 unfurnished condo
east of A1A, $1200/mo, $1000/deposit,
Brand new everything. Available early
Sept. Danny, 710-9649 or 553-6105.
LIVE AT THE BEACH THIS WINTER!!
Furnished 3BR/2BA condo in
"SEAPLACE", Atlantic Beach, 901 Ocean
Boulevard. Just steps from the sand and
9 blocks from town center, with a pool and
patio. $1699/mo. including utilities and ba-
sic phone and cable. Available until March
1st. (904)247-1049 or (904)608- 4325.


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BEAUTIFUL 3 BR house, walk to ocean,
restaurants. 993-3226.
OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4B./4BA, weekly,. monthly, '-eailv Call
(904)249-8269, T . ,
OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes & condos! From $700 per
week! All South Realty, 241-4141.


S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www.rentjacksonvillebeach.com
OCEANFRONT 1 BR or 2BR, daily/kweek-.
ly/monthly, pool, 463-7343. ,
3BR 2BA in Sawgrass Country Club w/
beautiful waterfront view. Walk to beach &
golf club. Avail. Jan. thru April. (904)543-
7700, (904)625-6868, or (904)543-9395.


ROOMMATE TO share nice 3/2 house,.
walk to beach, master bedroom w/ private
bath. 1/2 utilities + $650 dep. References,
$650/mo. 708-2911, 241-1008.
ATLANTIC BEACH, $700/mo. includes
utilities 1 BR/1 BA and patio. 200-8977
PRIVATE ROOM & Bath, 1 block to
Ocean. $550/mo. +1/2 utilities. $550/de-
posit. Call (904)860-9240.
ROOMMATE WANTED, ocean front con-
do, 3/2, no smoking, $950/mo. Call
904-463-2006.
ROOMMATE NEEDED, Jax Beach,
2BR/1BA, W/D, close to beach, $575/mo.
+deposit, includes utilities. Serious inqui-
ries only. (904)372-9805.
SHARE TOWNHOUSE close to beach,
$500/mo. includes utilities,. 306-6369.
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/2BA, w/pool, Jax
Beach. $550/mo +deposit, includes utilit-
ies (904)249-1890.
BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT Condo to
share, South J.B. Private BR/BA. Parking,
pool $850/mo+ 1/2 utilities. All amenities.
247-8338, 994-9499.



ATLANTIC BEACH, room/ bath,
868-5208.
JAX BEACH, clean, complete cable; kitch-
en privileges, 241-3377.
CHRISTIAN HOME has large furnished
room for rent. $130/week. $100/deposit.
707-7370.
PRIVATE ROOM w/bath, non-smoking.
$135/wk. +deposit. Background check.
996-8341, 210-8877.



IEXEC- INTERNET EXECUTIVE OFFI-
CES. Spacious modem individual offices
with phone, internet, printer, fax & mail
service, voice mail, 3rd Street address.
Contact Jim 249-4292.

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* East of A1A/
walk to beach
* Close to shopping/
restaurants
For more information,
call.


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OFFICE SPACE available. 950 to 3350sf.
Atlantic Beach on Mayport Road.
(904)545-6889.
OFFICE SPACE to lease, up to 1000sf.
314 14th Ave. No, Jax Beach. Available
now. 249-6890.
NEPTUNE BEACH, on Third St., great
signage, 700sf., $700/mo. 993-4011.
OFFICE SPACE for rent in Jax Bch.
247-6869.




COMMERCIAL OFFICE with available
6250 sf parking lot; 800 to 3400 sf $15.00
NNN Jax Beach; 4th St. N. and 11th Ave.
N. (904)249-4091.



FREE KITTENS, females, 8 and 12wks.
Litter-trained. Call 294-2269
FREE CATS to loving home. Serious in-
quiries only, 982-7247.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.
FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.
FREE KITTENS, short & long tailed. Call
543-2803.



RAT TERRIERS: various colors, sizes and
ages. cjkennel@earthlink.net, 352-621-
3110.
TWO GENTLE ferrets plus,4-story funnel
cage, $200 OBO, 422-6270.
ADORABLE KITTENS free, and Lab mix
puppies $150. Call 742-7633.



FOUND YOUNG. Male Black Lab, on
Beach Blvd. in Jax Beach. Call 246-2045
to identify.
FOUND DOG: male, golden lab, 6 mo.-yr.
old, Marsh Landing area. Call to describe,
716-3680.
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.



I LOVE AB,
DO YOU?
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Political advertisement paid for and ap-
proved by Carolyn Woods candidate for
Atlartic Beach City Commission Seat 2.



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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
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age 18 28 to travel and share good time.
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ing will be held on the following proposed City Clerk
ordinance at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, Octo- BL9/21/07
ber 1, 2007, in the City Hall Council
Chambers, 116 First Street, at which time
the City Council will consider their adop-
tion into law. The ordinances in their en-
tirety may be inspected at the Office of the NEED A M
City Clerk during regular working hours. Algebra I. L
All interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the READI
proposed ordinance.
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ORDINANCE 2007-15: PUBLIC HEAR- IF YOU are
ING AND SECOND READ: AN ORDI- this category
NANCE OF THE CITY OF NEPTUNE email: clas,
BEACH, FLORIDA AMENDING CHAP-
TER 27 ARTICLE XVIII. NONCONFORM-
ING LOTS, STRUCTURES, USES AND Thru Algeb
SIGNS, SECTION 27-707 NONCON- John McCal
FORMING SIGNS AND PROVIDING AN PLAY PIAN
EFFECTIVE DATE. or studio. 2
ORDINANCE 2007-16: PUBLIC HEAR-
ING AND SECOND READ AN ORDI- PI
NANCE OF THE CITY OF NEPTUNE
BEACH, FLORIDA AMENDING CHAP- All levels, s
TER 27 ARTICLE XV ADVERTISING home. Pia
AMENDING SECTION 27-576 DEFINI- 241-4954,
TIONS AND ADDING SECTION 27-596 S-
ART PROJECT AND PROVIDING AN All ages, W
EFFECTIVE DATE. ing. Beaches
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Council with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or
hearing the person will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose
may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record Join a gres
includes the testimony and evidence upon apartment of
which the appeal is to be based. ity. Part tim
weekends.
In accordance with the Americans With break down
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori- C .DL Pas
da Statute, persons with disabilities need- Application'
ing special accommodation, including Gate, One
hearing assistance, to participate in this Beach, FL;
meeting should contact the City Clerk's obs@fleet
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the meeting. ABOVE
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MATH TUTOR
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23-1103.

IANO LESSONS
tyles & ages. Will come to your
no Tuning also available.
655-3300.
SWIMMING LESSONS
f.S.I. certified, 34 years teach-
es Aquatic Ctr. 246-3822, 568-





DRIVER
at team in the Recreation De-
a premier retirement commun-
le with flexible hours including
Must be able to set up and
Sfor special events. Must have
ssenger Endorsement License.
s at Fleet Landing Security
Fleet Landing Blvd. Atlantic
Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
landing.com EOE/ Drug Free

AND Beyond Housekeeping,
sponsible individuals, reliable
on and phone required.
514-1188.
FOR Part time promotion in
Arbohne International. Gener-
ensation plan. Call Kelly 280-
ore info.


OFFICE ASSISTANT- part-time for insur-
ance/ investment office. Monday-Thursday
9am-2pm, (flexible). Phone skills, public
relations, appointment setting, Microsoft
Excel & Word, overall computer experi-
ence, typing & data entry. Call 249-4837.
.BQOOK Si-E .J@r Ij R. ek, including
evenings and weekends. Must have atE
least 2 years college. Retail experience
and knowledge of books a plus. Contact
Rona at The Book Mark in Atlantic Bch.
241-9026 or bkmark@bellsouth.net


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IN-HOME PET Grooming, Pet Sitting/
Walking. Call 738-1678 or
lizajanehps.com
HELP WITH errands, shopping, in home
care; dependable, references, 993-3226.
LIFE MANAGER available to simplify your
life. Let me manage the details so you can
devote your time and energy to your priori-
ties. I have 20 years of business experi-
ence and an MBA. I am efficient, very or-
ganized and live at the beach. Email:
simplifymylife@bellsouth.net for more
information.
NEED A Pet Sitter? 14 years experience
in care & medication. Under My Wing.
888-484-8040.
CALCULATE YOUR
PROPERTY TAXES
@ www.TellCarolyn.com
Political advertisement paid for and ap-
proved by Carolyn Woods candidate for
Atlantic Beach City Commission Seat 2.


PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
588-5222.
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Estimates on replacements. License
CAC1814887. Credit cards accepted.

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EDWARD TUCKER'S CATERING. Wed-
dings, Graduations, Social Gatherings.
Call (386)793-7454. (904)635-7588.



LET ME do the dirty work. Detailed house
cleaning. Weekly, monthly, move-ins or
move-obts. Call Zee 422-5226.


CARPET/ UPHOLSTERY CLEANING.
Will make it look like new! 223-0591.
HOUSE CLEANING. $40 per. house.
General Cleaning. Call Tammie Mon.-Fri.,
8am-5pm. (904)673-6536,
HOUSES WANTED to clean. 14 years ex-
perience. References. Maryann 377-6643.


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

PERSCHEL BROTHERS
S SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
laIwns Free estimates 246-0967A7


MAID IN A MINUTE .....
Tough on dirt, easy on your checkbook WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
434-6176. rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.


AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING,
15 years experience. Reasonable prices,
low minimum rates, weekend appoint-
ments available. (904)525-7419.



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


STUCK? FRUSTRATED? Call Rob. All
applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or email:
callrob@comcast.net.
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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com


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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com



CUT RIGHT LAWN SERVICE. Free esti-
mates, local, reasonable prices. We do it
right the first time. No contracts required.
Residential & Commercial Call Ray,
607-0853.
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &'
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.

HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializirig in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Workover". Lawn care,
Janitorial Service, etc. Call Hermon, 246-
4238, 612-1755.
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LANDSCAPE BY Linus. Yard Cleanup
Specialist. Weekly/ Bi-monthly. Licensed/
Insured/Affordable. 294-2269.

.PRIME MAINTENANCE, INC.
"A Professional Lawn Maintenance Co."
Other services include: Landscape Design
& Installation, Tree work, Mulching, Clean-
ups & more. Licensed/ Insured.
FREE ESTIMATES (904)535-2515
CHEAP MOE'S! Complete lawn service.
Most yards only $25. (904)422-0593.



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



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



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



QUALITY WORK FOR LESS on all
Interior & Exterior Painting, Pressure
Washing & Home Repairs. Free estimate.
Jeff 881-4223.


A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING, INC. Top
knotch work guaranteed. Competitive pric-
ing. Painting, trim, carpentry, wood repair,
pressure washing. Licensed/ Insured.
Free estimates, 861-9500.
RANDY BEAVER, Inc. Residential/ Com-
mercial. Painting/ Wallpapering. Reasona-
ble pricing. Honest, Dependable.
608-0249.
RELIABLE INTERIOR/ exterior painting,
pressure washing, drywall, texture, wall
coverings. Licensed, insured, references.
25 years experience. .(904)403-7389.
www.paintersyoucantrust.com
NICK'S PAINTING
A quality paint job, period. Free estimates.
LLC. Call Nick (904)316-1683.


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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com




ROMANO GUTTER SERVICE
Installations, Installation- all types. Re-
pairs. Cleaning. 246-5649
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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com


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WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten
wood, siding, stucco, repairs. Licensed
General Contractor. 247-2274.




HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable for quality repairs, service
.calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE.-246-6628.

"THE PERFECT TOUCH" Commercial &
Residential Painting, Wall P
apering, Cleaning & Handyman Services.
Unbeatable price guarantee. (904)891-
7710, (904)673-1488.

HANDYMAN SERVICE
All fields of construction. Remodeling,
Fences, Decks, Painting, & morel 25
years experience. Licensed/ Insured. No
job to small! Free Estimates. 703-2054,
223-5720.

PROFESSIONAL HANDYMAN Services.
100% Satisfaction. Fully Insured. All size
Jobs. 904-379-1604. Email:
info@japremier.com


WEBERS TREE SERVICE
246-9930
Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
grinding. Since 1986.
CUT RITE TREE SERVICE. Tree trim-
ming/ stump grinding. Tree removal/
storm clean up. All debris removal/fire-
wood. (904)646-9896 (904)497-6700




COASTLINE CUSTOM Floors, LLC. Tile,
Wood, Carpet & Vinyl Flooring. Installa-
tion, repairs. & restretching. Free esti-
mates (904)233-9683.

TILE & STONE INSTALLATION
Complete Bathroom Remodeling including
plumbing. Any & All Floor Areas including
backsplashes & countertops. Licensed &
Insured w/25 years experience & Free
Estimates. Call David (904)591-1691.



QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal, &
Painting. Residential, Commercial.
25yrs. Experience. References+ FREE
ESTIMATES. Steve, 645-0381.
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY wallper instal-
lation & removal. Free estimates. Li-
censed & insured. Shelly. 613-4284.
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this category please call 904-249-9033 or,
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Skylights, Vents, Rottenwood,
Flat Roof Restoration, mobile homes,
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Inspections. 29 yrs Exp.
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sign legislation and first read on
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No other business may be brought before
this meeting. If a person decides to
appeal any decision made by the Council
with respect to any matter considered at
such meeting or hearing the person will
need a record of the proceedings and for
such purpose may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.
If a person decides to appeal any
decisionmade by the Council with respect
to any matter considered at such meeting
or hearing the person will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
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September 21, 2007


BONO'S BBQ, Neptune Beach, is accept-
ing applications for Cooks and Cashiers.
Apply in person daily, 2-4pm.
COUNTER HELP, aftemoons & Saturdays
Ponte Vedra area. Call 285-5644.

LPN'S
Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
Florida Health Services, at
www.NFHSonline.com or call us at
(904)241-1656.

LPN/RN
Every weekend, 7am-7pm at a Premier
Retirement Community Health Center.
Applications available at Fleet Landing
Security Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.

PART-TIME PERSONAL Assistant posi-
tion located in the Atlantic Beach area with
local real estate company. Qualified candi-
date needs strong computer, communica-
tion and organizational skills must be Win-
dows literate with proficiency in Microsoft
Word, Publisher and Excel. Ideal-candi-
date will be multi-task oriented and able to
work with little supervision. Real estate
background preferred. We are looking for
a team player, flexible and dependable.
Send resume and salary requirements to
Carol Hill 4190 Belfort Rd. Suite 475,
Jacksonville, FL 32216 or fax to
(904)296-0846. EOE Non Smoking Envi-
ronment. Reference job number 241.
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER, afternoons, 3-
6pm for church pre-school; dependable,
some experience required. 246-2891 for
interview.
BARTENDERS & Cooks needed for FSU/
Alabama Game. (904)249-8269 or
591-5175.
CLEANERS NEEDED early evening &
late night restaurant cleaning. Phone &
car a must. 273-2761.
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
Front Office Receptionist for busy psychi-
atric/ psychological office in Marsh Land-
ing. Applicants must be a team player,
pleasant, dependable, and able to multi-.
task. Experience preferred but will train
the right candidate. Fax resume to
(904)543-9172.

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion. guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.
DRY CLEANER needs PT Counter Help,
$8/per/hour, 333-8572.
ENTHUSIASTIC, ENERGETIC, hard-
working person for P/T floral delivery and
other duties. Good driving record a must.
241-1000.
DINING ROOM &-BANQUET SERVERS.
Marsh Landing Ciuritq Club in Ponte Ve-
dra-Beach is currently hiring all positions
of food & beverage service including din-
ing room server, banquet servers, experi-
enced food expeditors and beverage cart
servers. Positions include full and part
time, daytime, night time, and weekends.
Excellent benefits offered to full time em-
ployees including 401k, insurance, vaca-
tion days, sick days. Apply in person at
the Marsh Landing Clubhouse Tuesday -
Saturday. Call 285-6514 for directions.
CLERICAL ASSISTANT PART-TIME
City .of Atlantic Beach Public Works.
$10.90/hr. No benefits. Previous office/
clerical exp. required. Approx. 15 hrs./wk.,
M-F, 10:30am to 1:30pm. Applications ac-
cepted until 9/26/07 at City Hall, 800
Seminole Rd. For more info visit.
www.coab.us or call (904)247-5820. No
smokers/ tobacco users. Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.
HOUSEKEEPER & part-time care for two
athletic boys 285-6551 or 614-8440.


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

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. -Excellent, pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.


LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149.


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


CNA
FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm and 7am-3pm at a
Premier Retirement Community. Excellent
benefit package, competitive wages, good
working environment. Applications availa-
ble at Fleet Landing Security Gate, One
Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace.
WEST BEACHES Financial Co. seeking
several individuals for training in various
departments, competitive salary, fully paid
health insurance, vacation, sick pay,
matching 401k. Growth is creating oppor-
tunities, some computer skills required.
Triad Financial Services Inc. Call Denise
at 223-1.111 ext 245 or e-mail resume to:
dcaldwell@triadfs.com.

HAIR DRESSER needed for upscale,
busy salon in Ponte Vedra. Booth rental
or commission. Please call 994-7408 or
280-4247.
NANNY NEEDED. Looking tor full-time
Nanny for 2 young children. Long-term,
Beaches area. Occasional overnight &'
travel. $12/hr./negotiable. Must have refer-
ences: Call (904)686-4562 leave msg.
LEGAL SECRETARY for professional
Beaches law firm; Heavy Litigation experi-
ence required; Family Law preferred; Must
be organized and have good communica-
tion skills; Excellent benefits package;
Email resume to carolyn@zisserlegal.com
or fax to 904-241-4225.
AL'S PIZZA hiring Full or Part Time Pizza
Makers and Cooks. Great pay and flexible
schedule. Please apply in person between
2pm-4pm at any location.
JANITORIAL HELP Needed, Seeking
overnight, cleaning crew to work in large
retail store in the Neptune Beach
area. Cleaning and/ or floor care experi-
ence is a plus, but not required. Please
call 1-800-860-8057. Job Reference
#2030.
HARRY'S SEAFOOD
BAR & GRILL
NEEDS FULL time Host/ Hostess & Ex-
perienced Line Cooks with open availabili-
ty. Apply within 1018 North 3rd St., Mon-
Fri, 2pm- 4pm.
PAINTERS AND Painter's Helpers need-
ed, exp. only. Must have own transporta-
tion and hand tools. Dental, Health, Life
Insurance. 904-910-7862.
ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE
MECHANIC. Marsh Landing Country
Club in Ponte Vedra Beach is currently
seeking an experience assistant mechan-
ic. Must have strong mechanical back-
ground, preferably small engine and
equipment repair. Must have own tools
and references. Excellent benefits after
90 days. Apply in person only at the
Marsh Landing Clubhouse Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 for directions.

*BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
HOME HEALTH AIDE
Full-time in our Assisted Living at a pre-
mier retirement community. Excellent ben-
efits. Applications available at Fleet Land-
ing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-
9447; email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.


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HANDYMAN NEEDED experienced dry-
wall, flooring, and carpentry, 904-422-
7114.
NOW. HIRING Cooks & Servers. Ponte
Vedra. Flexible part time hours. Top pay,
will train. Transportation a must. Call
(904)304-9010.
BREAKFAST/ LUNCH Cook, some expe-
rience needed. Weekends a must. Call
241-1985.
TIRE & OIL TECH Wanted. Monday-Fri-
day. Call Bob, 241-5311.
OFFICE ASSISTANT wanted, seafood ex-
perience preferred. Apply in person only
after 2pm. C&C Fisheries, 36 West 6th
St., Atl. Bch.
DINING ROOM & BANQUET SERVERS.
Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Ve-
dra Beach is currently hiring all positions
of food & beverage service including din-
ing room server, banquet servers, experi-
enced food expeditors and beverage cart
servers. Positions include full and part
time, daytime, night time, and weekends.
Excellent benefits offered to full time em-
ployees including 401k, insurance, vaca-
tion days, sick days. Apply in person at
the Marsh Landing Clubhouse Tuesday -
Saturday. Call 285-6514 for directions.
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR for Com-
mercial Property. Call Jonathan 866-6937.
SECRETARY. COMPUTER & Phone
skills. Health insurance after 90 days,
close to beach. Fax resume to 821-1631.

FT/PT Sales Person needed. Apply, Sea
Shells and Coral, 230 North Boardwalk,
JB.

LPN
Full-time, Monday-Friday, 3pm-11pm in
our Assisted Living Facility. Full bene-
fits and great work environment. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One' Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447; email
to: jobs@fleetlandlng.com EOE/ Drug-
Free Workplace.
.PRINT COMPANY is accepting applica-
tions for Offset Web Press Operator. 2-3
years current exp. required. Attention to
detail a must. Mail resume or apply to:
1114 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, FL
32250.
SALES POSITION, full time, in Ponte Ve-
dra Boutique. Looking, for motivated,
friendly, energetic individual w/retail expe-
rience. Beverle's Boutique 330 A1A N.
Suite 214 (Near Talbots) .285-9094. Ask
for Wendy.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
DRY CLEANING, Silk Presser, Ponte Ve-
dra area, guaranteed hours. 285-5644.
CARPET CLEANIING clean driving record
a must, great pay, lots of benefits, 422-
7114:.
NAIL TECH Rental position. Apply Susan
Merricks, (h)246-1579, (w)246-7272.


AM CHEF ASSISTANT & PM LINE
COOK. Marsh Landing Country Club in
Ponte Vedra Beach is currently hiring a
full time AM Chef Assistant and a full-time
PM Line Cook. Position available immedi-
ately. Excellent benefits offered including
401k, insurance, vacation days, sick
days. Apply in person at the Marsh Land-
ing Clubhouse, Tuesday-Saturday. Call
285-6514 for directions.
CNA'S
NEEDED for home health & area hospi-
tals. To apply visit our website @
www.nfhsonline.com or apply in person,
North Florida Health Services, 710 3rd St.
N., Jax Bch. 241-1656.

DATA ENTRY, $14.50/hr., M-F, 40 hr./wk.
Call (904)367-9032.
OFFICE ADMIN
Answer multi-line phone, computer/ cleri-
cal work. $9-$10/hr. M-F, FT or PT. Great
office environment. Near UNF/ FCCJ. Fax
resume (904)928-0266.
MORTGAGE BROKERS, Commonwealth
Mortgage is here to support you and close
your loans. Call for interview, 241-4608.
HANDYMAN COMPANY
Is growing. Have basic home repair skills,
tools, transportation & a smile? Call
221-3453. Good $$. PIT, F/T.
PONTE VEDRA Animal Hospital seeking
Receptionist with Customer Service expe-
rience also Kennel Attendant. Apply with-
in: 28 Corona Rd., Ponte Vedra, 285-
7924.
INFANT ROOM Assistant, F/T, must be
dependable and energetic. Experience
preferred. Church Preschool. 249-1204.
THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd St.,
2nd floor, send an email to:
pe'rsonnel@jaxbchfl.net, or- visit our
website www.JacksonvilleBeach.org
Drug free work environment, EOE, VP.

LPN /RN
Full-time, 3pm-11pm at a Premier Re-
tirement Community Health Center. Ap-
plications available at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-9447;
email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/
Drug-Free Workplace.
GOLF COURSE LANDSCAPE LABOR.
Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Ve-
dra Beach is currently seeking labor need-
ed for golf course landscaping. Experi-
ence preferred. Must have strong work
ethic. Excellent benefits after 90 days with
opportunity to advance. Apply in person
only at the Marsh Landing Clubhouse
Tuesday-Saturday, Call 285-6514 for di-
rections.
EXPERIENCED CUSTOM Interior Trim
Carpenter and helpers needed. Position
available immediately. Beaches and Ponte
Vedra areas. Call Tim 509-9071.


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For immediate consideration apply in person to
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
Phone: (904) 273-7729 Fax: (904) 273-7753
See our website below for more jobs:
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IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @ beachesleader.com

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LOVING, IN-HOME Day care. Ages 6wks.
& up. Certified in CPR & First Aid. HRS
trained. Please call Becky, 249-6391 or
312-2530.


IN-HOME CARE by VISITING ANGELS.
Providing the best caregivers with top ref
& criminal checks for meal-prep, errands,
respite care, companionship and more. Af-
fordable. Call us for a free in-home
assessment at 904-725-8222.
www.visitingangels.com Lic. #22986.
CNA CARE in your home Rate depends
on care. 536-0587.
IF YOU are interested ih advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
RELIABLE QUALITY in-home care by
NCMA with 17 yrs experience. Call 994-
1071.
NURSING CARE for your Loved One, Pri-
vate Duty, experienced and compassion-
ate. $21.00/hour Please call Linda at
(904)217-0094. References provided
CAREGIVER IN your home. 5yrs exp.
Avail. Mon-Fri during the day. Call Janice
at 641-0608 or 303-5693
STATE Certified HHA/ CNA/ Sitter will
give quality care for elderly in the privacy
of their own home. Call Veronica at
(904)783-9151 or (904)887-1010.


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LOVESEAT- IVORY leather from Scan
Design. Never used, been in storage. 1yr.
$700 OBO. 246-4104.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & dryer, $175.
641-9667,838-5411.
1920'S ANTIQUE hutch, exc. cond., $200.
Recliner $100. King size bed, make offer.
Many other misc. items. 994-4554.
BED- BEAUTIFUL Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in
plastic. w/warranty. $379. Must sell.
(904)858-9350.
BED- FULL-SIZE cherry sleigh bed,
w/mattress & box spring. Must sell. $395.
Can deliver (904)858-9350.
MOVING SALE! Cream sofa/ chairs. Anti-
que white table/ chairs. Armoire, desk/ file,
mirror, freezer, TV. 686-1105.
BED- BRAND name queen set,
new, w/warrahty $129. Can -deliver.
(904)858-9350.
OFFICE FURNITURE: conference tables,
chairs, file cabinets, rugs, phones, pic-
tures, plants, etc. 233-9543.
MODERN GLASS & metal dining room
set, w/4 black chairs (new from Portside
2007; never used), $500, 412-1420
PORTABLE COMMERCIAL CARPET
CLEANER, over $4000 in equipment. Will
sell 1/2 price. Cash only. (904)246-6085.
BED- KING mattress set, $289. Can de-
liver. (904)391-0015.
6 PIECE Bedroom Set includes queen
mattress & box, new still in boxes. $499.
Can deliver. 858-9350.


HOUSEWARES, ELECTRONICS, clothes
and more. Saturday, 8am-6pm, 1435
Bucknoll Cove.


COME ONE, come all! 336 12th Str., 8-
11am; dog crate, roll away bed, household
items.
COSTUMES, CLOTHES, toys, etc. Satur-
day, 8am-12pm. 2057 Vela Norte Circle.
GREAT SALE! Off the Wall, Island style
fashion decor & more, has new inventory
that must gol Clothing new/ used; plus/
junior and men's. Home decor, faux suede
chase lounge $350, out-door table
w/4chairs $100, refinished wicker 6tag6re
& sofa table $350, many cultural and artis-
tic pieces. Franklin Mint bird collection.
Doors open at this Saturday, 9am and
close at 2pm. 436 Osprey Key, Atlantic
Beach (Selva Lakes). Other items on dis-
play in Beaches Plaza at the Cingular
phone store, Steps Shoes and Twisted
Sisters. (685-2223).
SAT., 8AM-4PM, 9/22. Come rain or
shine 1026 Cypress Landing Court, Cy-
press Cove SD. Many things old and
Many things new, including Christmas
decorations!
SSaturday, 7am-?. Lots of good stuff.
748 Cavalla Rd.


COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE @ SOLEIL
Apartments, located off Ponte Vedra
Lakes Blvd. Location: Tennis Court, Satur-
day, 9-22-07 from 7am to 2pm. Applian-
ces, Furniture, Household Items, and
Smorel (904) 285-1431.
MOVING- 2-FAMILY, Saturday, 8am-1pm.
Antiques, clothes, furniture, collectibles,
household items. Too many to list. 210 to
US1 South to Florentine follow signs.


SATURDAY,' 8AM-12PM, 14396 Pelican
Bay Court (off San Pablo). Everything
must go. Furniture, sterling silver, crystal,
rugs, kitchen items, pictures, TV, Xbox,
luggage, linens, and books.
MOVING SALE: Sat., 8am-2pm; furniture,
misc. items. 14054 Aldridge Road South
(cross from Golden Corral).


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


MURRAY RIDING lawnmower, freshly MINI ESTATE Sale- Old collectibles,
tuned, ready to go! $300. 625-6017. some antiques, misc. things. By appt. only
,AOHF np rv, In k4..^ ir o\ ,....,l 571-1755.


vvWASHER, unDRYERn, Iaytag (2003), excel-
lent condition, $400. 412-1420
SPORTSCRAFT POOL table w/ accesso-
ries. Great Christmas gift, $300. 625-
6017.
MOHAWK STAINMASTER carpet, brand
new w/ pad. Approx. 2000sf, $1100 OBO.
424-6809.
CUSTOM- BUILT, Garden/ Patio arbor
benches. Call 716-3230 for options, pic's,
pricing.
GOWNS
Creative Designer, unique one of a kind,
small sizes, prices $275 $500 (70% off
retail).Call 247-1391.
AT&T PARTNER phone system. 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.


MOOSEHAVEN RETIREMENT Communi-,
ty off Hwy 17 in OP. Approx. 1mi. So. off I-
295. Open to the publicgarage/ estate
sale. Sept. 27th, 28th, 29th, 7am- 4pm
daily. We have furn., commercial kit.
equip., contents of 37 individual apts
which incl. beds, chests, desks; jewelry,
coins, collectibles, Christmas items, way
too much to list. By Hunter Antiques,
610-2888.


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

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BABY CRIB & mattress, maple, exc. 1975 CATALINA 27ft Sailboat, exc. cond.,
cond., $50. 223-5774. like new, $4500. 422-4077.


QUEENSIZE SIMMONS Beautyrest,
2-sided pillowtop mattress, boxspring &
frame in spotlessly exc. condition. $175.
Can deliver. 246-1832.
DIAMOND 1.63-Carat, Round clarity Si.,
color I-J, selling for $9,000 Appraised @
$11,000. (904)714-3756.


DREXEL HERITAGE headboard for full or
queen, $250; 241-4117.
MAYTAG WASHER & dryer $500, 2yrs
old. 55" Panasonic TV, 2yrs old, $500.
Best offer on all. (904)514-0425:

APPLIANCES
SS Refrigerator, washer, dryer, smooth
top range, microwave. 221-2235.
MOVING SALE! Leather sleeper sectional
sofa, $750; green palm leaf chair w/otto-
man, $350; piece oak bedroom set,
,$350; lamps, rugs, and more. 613-9598,
992-8400.


YAHAMA TROMBONE, beginner $400
OBO, (904)472-9698.
YAMAHA TROMBONE, beginner, $400
OBO, 472-9698.
PREMIER FULL drum set, $400 OBO,
some repairs needed (904)742-7633.
BALDWIN SPINET piano w/bench, great
condition, red mahogany finish, delivered
and tuned, $1350, 757-3455 or 241-8057.


HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Installation,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310. Lic. ST-5903.


THIS SATURDAY, 7pm, 9800 Beach
Blvd, www.AnjeAuctions.net AB2659/
AU3713 (904) 248-0926.


WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.
BUYING FURNITURE to furnish three
new vacation homes. Call 993-3226.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please, call904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com


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


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


24FT. CAMPER, good condition, A/C.
Ideal for hunting: Sleeps 5. $1000 OBO.
242-7383.


1996 CHEVY S10 extended cab, excellent
condition, low miles, auto transmission,
bed liner, split rear window, new tires.
$4700 OBO. 887-9030.
SHOP ONLINE AT
WWW.MOORECHEVY.COM
1996 DODGE Dakota, ext. cab, runs
great. $2500 OBO. 718-0228.
1998 FORD F-150 XLT 1/2 ton pickup,
good condition, $3500. Call
904-536-9454.


2001 VOLVO S80, 2.9 liter, 4 door sedan.
49,000 miles. Fully loaded, excellent con-
dition. $11,000. (904)246-7919.
1990 DODGE Ram 3500 15 passenger
van. Needs some work. $1550 cash.
Please call John 724-0444.
97 BUICK La Sabre custom, exc. cond.,
lyr on new brakes & tires. Low miles on
engine. $4250 OBO. 246-5828.
DODGE DURANGO SLT '04, 33K miles,
excellent condition, V-8 5.7 hemi magnum
engine, dark gray w/light gray interior.
$15,500, 221-8458..
2000 CHEVROLET Cavalier 2dr Coupe.
Very low miles, AT, A/C, AM/FM/CD, exc.
cond. $5875 cash. Call John 724-0444.
1962 FORD FALCON wagon; runs good,
some surface rust. Must see. $3500,
707-5663.
2002 CHEVY Monte Carlo SS, black
w/tan leather interior. Fully loaded, includ-
ing On-Star. Very clean and runs.great.
51,400 miles. $9500. (904)246-7919.


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DUVAL DRIVE Neighborhood Sale, Sat.
9/22, 8-2pm. Over 10 families participat-
ing. Furn., toys, household items, antique
cars.

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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
Website: www.sawgrassmarriott.com
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070
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