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October 12, 2007


PONTE


Vol. 45, No. 33


HAILOWE
HAPPENIN


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Fall has arrived, so can holi-
day events be far behind?
See Halloween Happenings,
A-6.


GERKENS
SWIMS


Nease High swimmer Kristen
Gerkens breaks the surface
in the girls 100-yard back-
stroke race Tuesday against
Fleming Island. See Sports,
A-9.

CARING FOR
WILD BIRDS


As you get your home ready
for holiday visitors, don't for-
get those feathered friends
that help perk up the out-
doors. See B-6.


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GS The survey said...


84 percent want 'Ponte Vedra High'


by GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER
"Ponte Vedra High School"
has a nice ring to it accord-
ing to the overwhelming
majority of respondents to an
online survey.
Nearly 84 percent of the
580 respondents chose
"Ponte Vedra High School" or
"Ponte Vedra Beach High
School" as the appropriate


name for the new high school
being built for Ponte Vedra
teens.
The school's principal,
Craig Speziale, released the
survey results Wednesday
during the first meeting of a
school advisory committee.
The majority of the 32-
member committee is made
up of parents of whose chil-'
dren are likely to attend the
school, which is expected to


open in August.
The committee also
includes students and three
community members.
The survey, which is still
available on the school's web
site, (www-
ccc.stjohns.kl2.fl.us), pro-
duced 28 different sugges-
tions for the name of the
school.
The committee's first prior-
ity is to reduce that list to


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Adam Chvala smiles Thursday as Sawgrass Marriott executive chef Brett Smith and Augustine Grille
kitchen supervisor Michael Ames talk to his class about healthy eating.


Soup's on at Ocean Palms


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER
A recent phone call an Ocean
Palms teacher made to the
Sawgrass Marriott produced a
special lunch for her second-
graders and a third-grade class at
the Landrum Lane elementary.
school.
With Elizabeth Skiba's class
and that of Debbie Dykes study-
ing vegetables, Skiba placed a call
to \'nny D'Agostino, director of
food and beverage outlets at the
Ponte Vedra Beach resort.
D'Agostino showed up
Thursday with two of the facili-
ty's chefs, executive chef and
restaurant manager Brett Smith
and Michael Ames, Augustine
Grille kitchen supervisor.
The chefs, in turn, created a
special vegetable soup for Skiba
and Dykes' classes, along with a
few parents who joined in.
"I think it's very important


that we emphasize nutrition and
healthy eating in schools," said
Skiba, a Ball State [Ind.]
University graduate Who's in her
first year at Ocean Palms.
"It's really nice to have the kids
meet someone who's from their
community and actually see
what is involved in healthy eat-
ing. It is wonderful that they're
coming here to support our
school, not only in healthy eat-
ing but just our children in gen-
eral."
. Smith told the youngsters
about what was going to be in
the soup that had been pre-pre-
pared, and that they would soon
be eating. As he talked about the
vegetables, D'Agostino passed
through the school's resource
room, showing in -small bowls
what the prepared-for-cooking
vegetables looked like.
"They're making a wonderful
vegetable soup for us," said par-
ent volunteer Jeannie Hinkle.


"They're teaching the kids very
interesting facts about vegeta-
bles. The kids have been learning
all week in their classrooms how
to cut vegetables and what differ-
ent vegetables do. And this is cul-
minating in a healthy-eating
lunch."
D'Agostino said his response to
Skiba was, "Sure, why not," after
she had called to say, "I want to
do something at my school
where we're talking about veg-
etables. Would you be interest-
ed?"
D'Agostino said he got togeth-
er with Smith to formulate a
plan.
"We created an alphabet veg-
etable soup. We prepared the
soup with the different vegeta-
bles they've been studying -
carrots, corn, garlic, onions, lima
beans since they were growing
them in the back," D'Agostino
See SOUP, A-3 >


three to five names to recom-
mend to the St. Johns County
School Board, which has the
final decision.
"The sooner we can put this
[the naming] behind us, the
more time we'll have to focus
on other things," Speziale
said at the meeting.
Most committee members
who spoke said, they prefer
"Ponte Vedra High School,"
or some variation of that


name, but at least one mem-
ber supports using a name
being advocated by several
Ponte Vedra couples that
of the late Edward B. "Ebbie"
LeMaster.
"I totally support naming it
Ponte Vedra High School,"
said committee member
Doug Crane, a 57-year resi-
dent. "But I want to add the
See SURVEY, A-3 >


Pipe collapses;


rain is blamed

FROM STAFF
The recent rains that flooded streets, overloaded one
sewer system and strained drainage systems in Ponte
Vedra took another toll this week when an under-
ground pipe collapsed in Dolphin Cove.
Crews with the St. Johns County Road and Bridge
Department were dispatched to the intersection of
Ladyfish Street and Bluefish Avenue Tuesday to replace
the pipe.
The intersection was closed for the work and is
expected to remain closed until 5 p.m. today, according
to a news release from the county.
Richard Brislin, a 29-year Ponte Vedra resident who
lives at the. corer of Ladyfish and Bluefish, said the
area has been a problem for more than four years.
Joe Stephenson, Public Works director for the coun-
ty, said Thursday that recent heavy rains "stressed the
drainage system" and that "some of the pipes down
there were completely deteriorated."
'The county has been aware of the problem for some
time, said, Bryan Collins with the Road and Bridge
Department. This time, with the heavy rains, it was
decided to make a permanent fix, Collins said.
Richard Thomas, who also lives in the area, said that
the rains nearly caused flood damage earlier in the
week;
"The water came halfway up the driveway this time,"
said Thomas; a 21-year resident \who lives across the
street 9om Brislin on Bluefish Avenue. ;
In another area of Ponte ledra Beaj h, a sewer system
had to be pumped out during days of heavy rain last
month.
The system became overloaded with water when
some residents removed the tops from their cleanout
pipes to drain water from their yards.


Photo by GRAY ROHRER
County workers help fix a broken drainage pipe at
the intersection of Ladyfish Street and Bluefish
Avenue on Wednesday. The road is scheduled to be
reopened at 5 p.m. today.


Soprano Diane Penning
sings hit songs from leg-
endary Broadway musicals
Saturday in a free concert at
Palms Presbyterian Church,
Jacksonville Beach. See B-5.


They're 'able' to surf


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
Volunteers are being sought for
an event that will give persons with
limited mobility a chance to surf at
Jacksonville Beach.
The Oct. 27 event, sponsored by
Life Rolls On foundation, is "a very
labor-intensive task," said Alice
Krauss, manager of Adaptive Sport
and Recreation Program at Brook
Rehabilitation Center.
"The event is open to everyone
with a mobility impairment," she
said.
"We need a multitude of volun-
teers," Krauss said. "I think this is
going to be a really great event."
Donations of surfboards, wet
suits, extra towels, life jackets and
safety vests are also needed.
They Will Surf Again, a program
sponsored by the Life Rolls On
foundation, will host the event


from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 27 at the
Jacksonville Beach lifeguard station.
Krauss said people of all ages and
degrees of mobility are encouraged
to participate. Past participants
have included patients with spinal
cord injuries, paralysis, balance
impairments associated with trau-
matic brain injuries and cancer
amputees.
Approximately 12 volunteers are
assigned to each participant in the
water. Additional volunteers are
also required to coordinate on land,
Krauss said.
Volunteers must attend an orien-
tation at 8:30 a.m. the day of the
event for setup. No prior surfing
experience is necessary. Safety pre-
cautions and experienced lifeguards
will be present during the event.
"Some have not surfed since their
See SURFING, A-3 >-


photo SUBMITTED
The contestants in the St. Johns County Junior Miss pageant pose at the beach
recently. The public is invited to the pageant, scheduled 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at Palms
Presbyterian Church, 3410 Third St. S., Jacksonville Beach. The young women
are all seniors at schools in St. Johns County.
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Community day Saturday
Fire station No. 10 in Ponte
Vedra Beach holds its annual
community day 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday at the station,
155 Library Blvd., next to the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.
"Patches" the firefighting
robot will give demonstra-
tions, a fire safety house simu-
lator will be open and a police
dog will give demonstrations.
Life Flight, the rescue heli-
copter, will be on site, as will a
bounce house and ladder
truck. Complimentary hot
dogs and other refreshments
'will be available.

Flu shots offered for $25
The St. Johns County Health
Department will hold a cash-
only influenza immunization
clinic from 8 a.m. to noon


Saturday in St. Augustine.
Those arriving for a flu shot
should enter the clinic via Old
Moultrie Road at the back
entrance to the health depart-
ment, 1955 U.S. 1 S.
Each shot is $25. For more
information, call 825-5055.
Free AIDS/HIV tests
The St. Johns County Health
Department is offering free
HIV/AIDS testing from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday at 1955 U.S.
1 S., Suite 100. All testing is
confidential and anonymous.
For information about
HIV/AIDS testing, call the
Health Department at 825-
5055, ext. 1063.
Teens, step up to the mic
The Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library will host an
open mic/coffee house event


photo SUBMrTTED
Cindy Funkhouser (left) and Amy Cataland enjoy last year's
Beach Bash to benefit B.E.A.M. and Beaches Habitat. The 4th
annual Beach Bash is at 6 p.m. Monday at Casa Marina in
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased at
the door or at BeachesHabitat.org.


Guana events for

children, adults

and families


The following upcoming
events are open to the public
at the Guana Tolomato
Matanzas National Estuarine
Research Reserve south of
Ponte Vedra Beach:
A family fun hour is
scheduled 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 17, featuring
the Betsy Franco and Steve
Jenkins story "Birdsongs."
Celebrate neighborhood
birds in this poetic picture
book, and count their sounds
backward from 10 to one, until
all is quiet in the yard again.
The story will be followed by a
bird mask craft activity for par-
ticipants to take home.
Children ages 3 to 10 must
be accompanied by a parent.
Participation is free, but regis-
tration required by calling 823-
4500. All materials for the
event will be supplied.
Kayak tours of Lake
Guana for ages 15 and up are.
scheduled 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Oct. 20; 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Saturday, Monday and Oct. 25,
Oct. 29 and Oct. 30; 10 a.m. to
noon Oct. 17, and 2 p.m. to 4
p.m. Oct. 21.


Today's Weather


F Sat Sun 1 Mon Tue
10/12 10/13 10/14 10/15 10/16


78/63
A mainly
sunny sky.
High 78F.
Winds NNE
at 5 to 10
mph.


Sunrise:
7:25 AM
Sunset:
6:58 PM


78/68
Plenty of .
sun. Highs
in the upper
70s and
lows in the
upper 60s.


Sunrise:
7:26 AM
Sunset:
6:57 PM


81/72
Times of
sun and
clouds.
Highs in the
low 80s and
lows in the
low 70s.

Sunrise:
7:27 AM
Sunset:
6:56 PM


82/72
Plenty of
sun. Highs
in the low
80s and
lows in the
low 70s.


Sunrise:
7:27 AM
Sunset:
6:55 PM


82/74
Consider-
able cloudi-
ness. Highs
-in the low
80s and
lows in the
mid 70s.

Sunrise:
7:28 AM
Sunset:
6:54 PM


Moon Phases





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Oct 11 Oct 19 Oct 26 Nov 1


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


Stable, double kayaks,
instruction in kayaking, entry
to the reserve and guided tour
are included in the fee of $45
each.
Participants should, meet at
the Six Mile Landing ramp 15
minutes prior to departure and
should bring sunscreen, sun
hat; sunglasses, camera, bot-,
tled water and, if desired,
binoculars.
Advance reservations are
required by calling Ripple
Effect Ecotours at 347-1565.
For more information visit
www.rippleeffectecotours.com.
An adult art class for
beginners or intermediates,
focusing on the drawing of
butterflies and marsh scenes,
is scheduled 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, Oct 20.
The class will begin with a
short nature walk, followed by
instruction by local artist Jean
Drayovitch in the
Environmental Education
Center classroom.
The $75 fee-must be paid in
advance. All materials are sup-
plied, but participants should
bring their own bag lunch.
Space is limited. Call 635-
0941 to reserve a spot.
The importance of pre-
scribed burns to the habitats
of the Guana reserve will be
explored in two free programs
- one for adults and the other
for children.
The adult level program is
scheduled 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 14. The children's
program, suitable for ages 12
and up, is scheduled 9 a.m. to
11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 21.
These are ongoing programs
and will meet monthly on
Sunday mornings. To enroll, e-
m a i 1
Katie.flynn@dep.state.fl.us or
call 823-4500.
A bicycle tour through the
upland trails in the Guana
,takes place 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 21, with natural-
ist Craig O'Neal as guide.
The tour will cover about six
to eight miles round trip and
will cover topics such as
diverse and coexisting ecosys-
tems, wildlife and historical
points of interest.
This is a moderately stren-
uous activity. Bring your own
bike trail and beach bikes
only. Helmet, close toed
shoes and water are required.
SSpace is limited and reserva-
tions are required by calling
823-4500. Meet at the Guana
Dam trailhead. Entrance fee
$3 per vehicle.
The GTM reserve
Environmental Education
Center is located near the
Guana dam, off State Road
A1A about 12 miles south of
Mickler Road. For information,
call 823-4500.


for teens at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Teens are invited to share
their talents through comedy,
poetry, song or dramatic read-
ings. Coffee and snacks are
provided.
The library is on State Road
A1A just south of Solana Road,
Ponte Vedra Beach.

Party down at Halloween
Halloween parties for young-
sters of two different age
groups will be given at the
Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.
An "unscarry" party for tod-
dlers and preschoolers will be
held at 10 a.m. Oct. 26.
For teens, a Halloween party
will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 30.
Participants are encouraged
to dress in costume and be
ready to share stories and
snacks.

Trash or treasure sale
A community garage sale is
scheduled 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct.
27 in the parking near Bogey
Grille, on State Road A1A
south of Palm Valley Road.
Rain date is Oct. 28.
Parking spaces at $30 each or
two for $50 will be available
starting at 7 a.m. on a first
come, first serve basis. Tables
can be rented for $10 each.
No early reservations will be
taken. For information, call
the Ponte Vedra Beach
Chamber of Commerce at 285-
2004.

Seniors helping seniors
Senior citizens trained to
help other seniors.avoid being
victimized by scam artists are
available for counseling every


Thursday in Ponte Vedra
Beach.
They pare part of Seniors vs.
Crime, a state project to help
Florida seniors deal with crime
and fraud. The project has
returned millions of dollars to
victimized seniors who felt
they had no place else to turn
for help.
Representatives are available
to assist seniors Thursdays
from 11,a.m. to 2 p.m. at at
The Players Community Senior
Center, 175 Landrum Lane,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
The project also provides
crime prevention programs to
seniors citizen groups and
offers direct assistance to sen-
ior victims of scams and fraud.
Call St. Johns Deputy Joe
Bowen at 810-6668 for more
information.

Learning to save a life
Nicole Martingano, a victim
of a drunk driver, will speak at
7 p.m. Tuesday at the
University of North Florida on
"How to Save a Life."
The program is scheduled in
the Lazzara Performance Hall
and is free and open to the
public.
Martingano, a University of
Florida student, was hit head
on by a drunk driver and will
share her-personal struggle to
stay alive. The presentation
shows the audience what a vic-
tim of drunk driving goes
through medically and emo-
tionally, as well as the legal,
and social consequences the
drunk driver encounters.
For more information, con-
tact Kelley Wood at 620-1574
or at k.wood@unf.edu.


This art has heart
Stellers Gallery, 240 State
Road A1A N:, Ponte Vedra
Beach, will host an evening for
Art with a Heart from 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. Thursday.
Artworks will be auctioned
to benefit Art with a Heart,
which takes art to the bedsides
of critically ill youngsters at
Wolfson Children's Hospital
and Nemours Children's
Hematology/Oncology Clinic.
Professional artists and
University of North Florida
interns provide personalized
art experiences that are fun,
build self-esteem, and improve
quality of life for children
while they are in the hospital.
The children have interpret-
ed masterworks, and Stellers
Gallery has framed 20 of their
artworks to be sold by silent
auction. Heavy hors d'oeuvres
will be served.





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photo by GRAY ROHRER
Craig Speziale (center), principal of the high school that will house Ponte Vedra teens, speaks
Wednesday to a committee he formed to advise him on several school issues.

Panel to hear from area historian


P SURVEY, from A-1
LeMaster to it."
Among survey respondents,
32 favored some use of the
LeMaster name, or 5.5 percent
of respondents.
Those names are "Ponte
Vedra LeMaster High School,"
the third-highest vote-getter
with 17 votes; "LeMaster High
School," the fourth-highest
with 13 votes, and "LeMaster
Ponte Vedra High School,"
with one vote.
Taking fifth place was "Ponte
Vedra-Palm Valley High
School" with six votes followed
by "Intracoastal High" with


five votes and "Intercoastal
High" with two.
Crane said he was speaking
for a group of couples who
want to recognize Mr. LeMaster
by using his name in the
school's name.
One student committee
member suggested naming a
different structure such as
the football stadium after
Mr. LeMaster as a compromise.
Several different committee
members said that by using the
name "Ponte Vedra High
School," anyone could easily
identify the school's locale and


student base.
Speziale said he will create a
ballot containing the top
names from the survey, to be
voted on at the next meeting,
scheduled 7 p.m. Wednesday
at Landrum Middle School.
At that time, the committee
will hear about the history of
the Ponte Vedra area from-
someone who is unbiased,
Speziale said.
The high school is being
built just east of Davis Park,
about one mile west of the
Intracoastal Waterway and
south of Palm Valley Road.


- SURFING, from A-1


Photo courtesy of WBLive Surf.com
Volunteers assist a participant
into the ocean during a recent
They Will Surf Again event
sponsored by the Life Rolls
On Foundation. Volunteer
"assistants are needed.


County to consider utility buy


by GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER

St. Johns County commis-
sioners are poised to consider
buying a second water and
sewer company in Ponte Vedra
Beach.
The proposed purchase of
Intercoastal Utilities is sched-
uled for the commission meet-
ing at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the
county auditorium off U.S. 1 at
St. Augustine.
Bill Young, director of the St.
Johns County Utility
Department, has been speak-
ing to community organiza-
tions in Ponte Vedra recently,
advocating the county's pro-
posed $24.5 million buyout of
Intercoastal Utilities.
p Oi-vMorv~a.yTl-J spoea. to the.km
Palnr '-\aley Corrimunrit -'
Association, trying to address
concerns of residents opposed
to the buyout of the water and
sewer company. Wednesday he
met with residents of
Plantation.
The county's purchase of
Intercoastal was originally pro-
posed in 2000, but Ponte Vedra


residents opposed it out of
fears of rate hikes.
Young tried to allay those
fears on Monday.
"I think this acquisition is in
the best interests of the county,
and in the best interests of
Intercoastal Utilities' cus-
tomers," he said.
He added that if the county
buys the company, rates would
drop for 77 percent of
Intercoastal's 4,500 customers
in Ponte Vedra Beach.
According to Young, the pur-
chase of Intercoastal by the
county would mean an 11 per-
cent reduction in the rates of
those using 5,000 gallons of
water or less per month.
Those using 10,000 gallons
would see a 16 percent price
drop from Intercoastal's cur-

At least one Palm Valley resi-
dent, however, remained
unconvinced.
Former county commission-
er Mary Kohnke asked Young if
he could guarantee rates for
Ponte Vedra residents won't be
raised in the future to match
the higher rates paid by resi-
dents in southern St. Johns


County.
"I'm not in a position to
guarantee that," Young said.
The county Utility
Department currently has two
different water systems in
the St. Augustine area and in
Ponte Vedra Beach,' the latter
acquired in late 2005 when the
county purchased St. Johns
Service Co.
Many Ponte Vedra residents
complained about the pur-
chase price for St. Johns Service
- $27 million.
Rates for the county's 25,000
utility customers in the St.
Augustine area are higher than
those for the Ponte Vedra cus-
tomers..
If the buyout is completed,
Intercoastal customers would
be billed at the Porite Vedra
.Ta'ar kalhougi the two rates
could eventually be equalized.:
Young said any equalizing of
rates is not likely to happen
soon.
"It could be five years, it
could be 10 years. There's just
no way of telling," he said in
an interview Tuesday.
Young explained that "there
is no immediate plan" to


From the Marriott to Ocean Palms

P SOUP, from A-1

said. "It's a lesson in healthy : ..
eating." P;
There were recipe cards on .,
the tables in the resource room
so the children could make the -..
soup at home under their par-
ents' supervision.
"I like to give back to the
community, because they're
who .makes us," said Smith.
"Our clientele are going to be
their parents, and in the future
they'll be our customers. We're.
trying to make them aware of ".
vegetables because of the trends
of organic and all-naturals that
the Augustine Grille menu will _'.
reflect. I feel that within the .
next 10-15 years, you're going
to find mostly all-organic-
grown vegetables.
"We just want to make the
kids aware that, 'Hey, vegetables
are your friends,"' he said. .

photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Adam Chvala smiles Thursday :
as Sawgrass Marriott execu-
tive chef Brett Smith and
Augustine Grille kitchen super-
visor Michael Ames talk to his
class about healthy eating.


Planned Parenthood expands,

moves to south Jax Beach


FROM STAFF
Planned Parenthood of
Northeast Florida opened its
Beaches Clinic at a new site and
announced an expansion of
services.
Planned Parenthood is a non-
profit agency that was previous-
ly located at Sailfish Drive in
Atlantic Beach before closing in
anticipation of relocation.
Services are now available at
the Beaches Planned Parenthood
Clinic located at 2370-1 3rd St. S.
in Jacksonville Beach. Services
include: gynecological exams,
breast cancer screenings, nomi-
nally priced birth control meth-
ods, emergency contraception,


men's reproductive health serv-
ices, pregnancy testing and
options counseling, colposcopy
and cryotherapy, testicular can-
cer screening, anonymous HIV
testing and counseling,
menopausal care and testing and
treatment for sexually transmit-
ted infections.
SPlanned Parenthood's mission
is to protect, support and advo-
cate every person's right to make
voluntary, informed decisions
about sexuality, reproduction
and parenting, according to
Carole Ann Steiger, chief execu-
tive officer for Planned
Parenthood of Northeast Florida.


equalize rates but said that
doing so would benefit cus-
tomers in the long run.
Kohnke was also concerned
that the county's use of emi-
nent domain to purchase
Intercoastal has left the public
in the dark as to the utility's
true value.
"This [eminent domain]
process has not been done in
the sunshine none of us
know what's going on," she
said.
Intercoastal requested the
county to use eminent
domain, which in this case is a
"soft" taking procedure. That
puts the issue in circuit court
but allows the county to drop
the case without financial
penalty.


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door prizes for each of the
participants and a band to
entertain at the official after
party from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at
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Event sponsors include
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Jacksonville Christian Surfers
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The Leader's Opinion


Better informed


citizens mean a


better community

Because good government depends on it.
That's this year's theme for National Newspaper
Week, being celebrated October 7-13 to promote the
value and importance of newspapers.
Self promotion often has a tacky connotation, but it
is a necessary part of doing business..
Newspapers are not exempt from the need to occa-
sionally remind users (aka readers) why we are worth
a small investment of your time and money.
Even in this age of instant information, few except
newspaper journalists' spend as much time in the
community gathering information, sifting through it
and preparing it for conveniently, read, easy to digest
stories. (Few, if any, bloggers bother to attend city
council meetings or stop by a planning commission
session.)
At The Leader, a dedicated staff spends thousands of
of hours each year taking note of what's being done at
city halls, area schools, sporting events, and other
civic arenas. Staffers. most of whom also live at the


I'm not in Ponte Vedra anymore, folks


Beach, take great pride in writing the stories, helping T amjambo, readers. As I
customers place ads, printing the paper and making sit here in the internet
sure it is delivered to readers. cafe on a cloudy
For 50 cents an issue (less for subscribers), news, Sunday afternoon, I realize
plus sports, classified, school news and other inter- that there is no one in line
testing items about your neighbors, are'all available, behind me for the internet
We believe a newspaper is vital to keeping a com- and I can actually sit down
munity well informed, a key component to good gov- and update you all on my
ernment. The value of that is priceless, last two weeks in Africa.
Our mission is to produce a distinguished commu- I will start by telling you
nity newspaper for the Beaches. Your readership that I will never again take a
makes that possible. washing machine for granted.
National Newspaper Week is an opportunity to say I spent an hour and 20 min-
thanks. Newspaper readers are better informed citi- utes this morning outside
zens and good government depends on that. cleaning my laundry and put-
ting it on the line.
It didn't seem so difficult
last week when the mother of
Letters to the editr my host family, Mama
Florence, showed me how to
do it. But it was quite a proj-
t l historyy iect for me. In fact, when my
We must learn from history "sister" Agnes came home
from church, she .comment-
To the editor: torian Stephen Ambrose, the ed, "You are still doing your
A learning opportunity was best battle book I have ever laundry!"
made available in the historical read. I'm not sure I got all of the
series, "The War" produced by "Fortunate Son" is the autobi- soap out of my clothes, but I
Ken Burns and presented on tel- ography of Lt. Lewis B. Puller, will just take that as some
vision over the past few weeks. son of General Lewis B. Puller, built-in perfume.
Everyone should become aware the most decorated Marine in Yesterday I mopped my
of the terrible struggle that ,history. Lt. Puller grew up an room early before heading to
ended over sixty years ago. the privileged home of a U.S. training, where we did peer
Each citizen is encouraged to Marine Officer. He fought to teaching. I taught a 10
*knrow%-ntdttderstand thewK*errtt"ts'eorm rsstor-'ad-to minute lesson on graphing,
.WL!c -o f,'a.... ,e .a .. -.I;-, ae n. hw ghlr toss, '.e da;, ,l.h ill nv first 1 eson
further recognition is given in Vietnam. He lost two legs that I teach in the classroom.
to those who encourage us to and most of his hands in a land, I have been placed at
know and to understand any mine explosion. Puller fought Mulango Girls Secondary
presentation of history. Each of the overdose of drugs used in School, a boarding school
us should be reminded that Ken his battle to recover during with about 560 girls.
Bum's documentary is one view. extended hospitalization. Up until recently, we have
Other views are available in Description of Puller's experi- had language training every
nonfiction books. ence is another view of war. He day. To get to class, we walk
Dramatizations of military achieved relative success. He about 40 minutes on a dusty
action adapted for entertain- held his baby son in his stubby road with little school chil-
ment in movies are educational hands. He served in Congress. dren running behind us
but the substance may be sus- Lt. Puller died of self-inflicted
pect. gunshot wounds May 11, 1991.
Two nonfiction books are He was 46 years old. He did not
offered for study. complete his autobiography. M ore lett
A neighbor, a marine survivor These two books present a ore lette
of the battle for Iwo Jima, sug- view of war to complement or
gests "Flags of Our Fathers". A to counter what is offered by
marine colonel combat veteran Ken Burns. Many e pra
of World War II suggests Who wins in war? Please read VIarey
"Fortunate Son". These two and consider the experiences
books provide another view of described in either of these
the experience of war. Ken books--then make your deci- To the editor:
Bum's view can be balanced or sion. An incredible initiative is
matched against the picture pre- Have we learned? If we do taking place in our city, with
sented in these two books, riot learn from history we are very little fanfare or media'
"Flags of Our Fathers" was destined to repeat it. coverage. For forty days and
written by James Bradley, the nights, hundreds of ordinary
son of one of the combatants Dennis L. Lane citizens are devoting their
who raised the flag at Iwo Jima, WW II Veteran time to pray before an abor-
and Ron Powers. Called by his- Ponte Vedra Beach tion clinic on Southside Blvd


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for an end to abortion, which
takes the lives of 3,000 chil-
dren each and every day
throughout our nation (and
around 8,000 children every
year in Jacksonville).
For the first time yesterday,
a local media outlet briefly
covered this remarkable
effort. Although the relevant
abortion clinic does not
belong to. Planned
Parenthood, the coverage
included an, interview with
Carole Ann Steiger, CEO of
that organization in north
Florida, presumably because
Planned Parenthood is
deemed to be the authority


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DIANE TAVARES
OUT OF AFRICA

yelling, "How are you?" and
"Gota!" .The latter is like the
Kenyan version of a High 5.
SAs we head to class, we pass
cows, donkeys, goats, chick-
ens, etc., while dodging the
crazy matatus (public trans-
portation) that drive down
Mombasa Road. There are no
street signs or lines in the
street, so, cars drive wherever
there are grooves in the dirt.
My neighbor Katie and I
have become quite the
matatu pros,. using them fair-
ly reg-larly to getto.th'(Hub
(our training center) in town
- a one hour, 20 minute
walk.
Yesterday our matatu
required a rolling start, and
then it was a bumpy ride, and
we came across a police
checkpoint. These check-
points can be tricky, but we
passed on by.
I have definitely experi-


enced the fish bowl effect
since being here with me
being the fish in the bowl.
When I went to town with
my "brother" Jonathan
recently, he pointed out at
one point that, everyone was
staring. I looked around and
saw that all the proprietors
Shad come to the doors of
their shops to look at the
Mzungu (visitor.)
I feel like that situation is
getting better, though.
People are starting to recog-
nize us, and I am greeting
some people I see.
Last week I made my fami-
ly peanut butter and jelly
sandwiches to give them a lit-
tle taste of America. I also
played some music on my
iPod for my sister and her son
it was a small little dance
party. They definitely
enjoyed that I had Sean Paul
on my iPod as they are big
fans.
My family found out that I
really like watermelon, so
they-purchased one for me in
the market. But when I took
a bite, I realized it was noth-
ing like the watermelon we
Sgetat home.
,. ,-iut I didn't want to isap-
point my family, so I ate that
piece and two others.
Needless to say, I don't miss
watermelon anymore.

Diana Tavares, a recent
college graduate, left her home
in Ponte Vedra Beach last
month to serve in Africa with
the Peace Corps.


ars to the editor:


ing in front of abortion clinic


on abortion, carrying out
5,095 abortions every week in
the U.S.
. Ms Steiger claimed that
Planned Parenthood was
working to ensure, "that
every child that is born is
planned, wanted, loved and
financially cared for". This
idea was striking because
advocates for abortion held
out the same panacea of the
elimination of "unwanted
children" 35 years ago, prior
to the legalization of abor-
tion. In fact, it was Planned
Parenthood who at that time
coined the phrase, "every
child, a wanted child".
Despite the fact that in the
intervening period, some 47
million "unwanted" babies
have lost their lives and child
abuse has skyrocketed, it
appears that the pro-choice
people are still using this
argument to justify abortion.
We of course, all agree that


every child should be want-
ed. Thi is an idealistic goal,
bit sadly we do not live in an
idyllic world. Would not it
also be wonderful if there
were no unwanted wives, no
aging unwanted parents, no
unwanted Jews or, blacks, or
anyone else who is devalued
or persecuted? It is truly a
frightening concept that in
order to have the right to life,
you must be wanted. Do not
forget that Hitler's Germany
was ideal for wanted Aryans!
To put Ms. Steiger's quote
into proper context, one
must realize what takes place
if a child is "not wanted" and
admit the fact, that he.or she
"must be aborted". To thus
complete the sentence
removes the mask from this
misleading slogan and reveals
it for the evil that it is!

John M Clegg
Ponte Vedra


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PHIL HUDGINS
COLUMNIST

Back in the

mountains

where he

belongs

ell Miller the politician
may be an enigma to
some people he's no
doubt the only person to
have been keynote speaker
at both the Democratic and
Republican national con-
ventions and at the same
place, Madison Square.
Garden. But there's no con-
fusion about where Zell
Miller the man belongs.
He belongs to the South-
and he's proud of it.
I'm not talking about the
Old South Southerner, the
belligerent "unreconstruct-
ed Southerner," who flies a
Confederate flag from the
tailgate of his pickup, sports
a "Forgit Hell!" bumper
sticker and spits tobacco
juice into the wind. Miller
has stood for the equality of
races for decades and, as
governor, wanted to change
the Georgia.state flag years
before it was changed.
I'm talking about a man
who knows where his roots
are, who knows what's real-
ly important for a joyful
life, who had rather have
peace of mind than riches.
When I asked him in an
interview last week what
he'd like to be remembered
for, he said simply: "That I
didn't forget where I came
Fromm"
A io-d ti tiat he 's 'gone
back to where he came
from, to the Brasstown
Valley of Towns County,
Ga., having left politics of
the U.S. Senate behind, you
get the impression that he'd
be content to sit on his
porch with Shirley, his wife,
and or walk in the woods
with his yellow labs, Gus
and Woodrow, or just visit
with his family.
Trouble is, people keep
asking him to make speech-
es-and he still does some-
and attend other appear-
ances where he's often hon-
ored for starting a state lot-
tery that supports college
scholarships for Georgia's
best students.
He's also written another
book, "The Miracle of
Brasstown Valley," about
how a junior college got
started in the valley, and he
appears at book signing
here and there,
Asked about the book's
reception, Miller said,
"Well, it's a bestseller in
Blairsville," which is next
door,to his home.
The, book follows Artemas
Lester, a circuit-riding
Methodist preacher who
started what became Young
Harris College in the Blue
Ridge Mountains at the turn
of the 19th century. Miller
weaves in bits and pieces of
Georgia's colorful history,
sewing them all together
with a common thread. It's
an interesting read.
Miller has had some
health problems lately, but
he doesn't dwell on them.
He told one reporter that
while his health has
declined, his faith has
grown stronger. He's not a
Sunday-morning Christian
any longer, he said.
But don't ask him to turn
the other cheek on televi-
sion's Hardball with Chris
Matthews, who he said
"puts down the South every
chance he gets."
Chris Matthews aside, I
asked, how is the South per-


ceived these days?
"I think all you have to
do is look and see how folks
are voting with their feet,"
Miller said. "They want to
live in the South. They like
the South."
Some still may ridicule
this region, but Zell Bryan
Miller wouldn't live any-
where else.
It's where he belongs.


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Members of the Ladies Auxiliary of Greater Beaches VFW Post 3270 are ready to start rocking
Saturday in the post's 22nd annual rockathon, held to raise money for breast cancer research.
The rockers are Priscilla Mills, from left, Eileen Fair, auxiliary president Millie Bristol, Bonnie
Edwards,and Gloria Mathis. Overlooking them is Theresa Russell, bartender at the post, 915 8th
Ave. S., Jacksonville Beach. The 12-hour event raised $1,266, along with an additional $300 in
pledges. There were five continuous rockers and 12 relief rockers.



Armed robbery in Neptune Beach


by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF WRITER
A man wearing a stocking
Over his face forced three sub-
jects at gunpoint into the cash
room of a Neptune Beach store
and demanded money, accord-
ing to a police report.
The armed robbery occurred
at approximately 5:53 a.m. in
the 1200 block of Atlantic
Boulevard, according to a police-
report. The store is scheduled to
open at 6 a.m.
The victims were bringing in
work materials and as one of the
subjects was locking the door
behind the group, the suspect
kicked the door open and point-


ed his gun at them, according to
the report.
The three subjects were ush-
ered into the cash room, where
another employee was already
present counting cash. The sus-
pect held out a green nylon bag
and demanded that all the
money be placed in it, accord-
ing to the report.
One witness observed the
three subjects being led to the
cash room at gunpoint and
called police. A store employee
also called the police, according
to the report.
The suspect directed the sub-
jects to run to the back of the
store and not look back, accord-


ing to the report.
Witnesses described the sus-
pect as a large male in his late
30s to early 40s. He was wearing
a green jacket, blue jeans and
tan boots and carrying a blue
revolver, according to the
report.
Police located. someone at a
bus stop who matched the sus-
pect's description. The witness-
es were.brought to the bus stop
and all "felt" that the man was
the suspect but. no arrest was
made, according to the report.
The case is still under investi-
gation, according to the report.


Ages 11+ invited to


'Truth about HIV'


At Baptist church

program Saturday

FROM STAFF

A workshop on "The Truth about HIV" ,
sponsored by theWomen of Destiny at New
Community Baptist Church, will be held at 10
a.m on Saturday.
The workshop is open to anyone age 11
years and older. It is being held to-promote
awareness of the problem of HIV, said Wanda
Johnson, .Coordinato oT the Women of
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"There are so many myths about HIV. We
wanted to start putting the truth out," said
Regina Coven, a member of Women of
Destiny who helped to organize the work-
shop.
The original plan was for a workshop for the
women of the church, said Johnson
This workshop is so important that it just
S grew to include the entire community, she


said.
"We want parents to bring their children,"
she said.
Children in particular need to know, that
"what looks good is not always good," said
Coven.
Guest speakers at the workshop will
include clients and staff members of the
University of Florida's Rainbow Center at
Shands Hospital.
The Rainbow Center is a "comprehensive
pediatric and family-focused HIV and AIDS
program.;..providing care for HIV exposed
and infected individuals,," according to the
prQ6 W'.rAs i site.' ,iMw" hsc"j. u1.edu/ ai rinbow.
T e Tlruth Abo ut HIV"' \\ll include time
for a question and answer period. Lunch is
included in the workshop and will be served
at about 1 p.m.
The workshop and luncheon are free and
everyone is welcome to attend.
New Community Baptist Church is at 84
Lewis Street in Atlantic Beach; call 241-4919
for information.


ATLANTIC BEACH
Burglary to a residence was
reported on Oct. 3 in the 500
block of Pelican Key, accord-
ing to a police report.
***
Discharging a firearm was
reported on Oct. 4 in the
Donner Subdivision West,
according to a police report.
No firearm or shell casings
were located, according to
the report.
***
Fraudulent use of a credit
card was reported on Oct. 4
in the 700 block of Seminole
Road, according to a police
report. Two unauthorized
transactions were made on
the victim's account, accord-
ing to the report.
***
Phyllis Tracey Davis, 47,
was arrested for possession of
a controlled substance and
possession of drug parapher-
nalia on Oct. 6 in the 100
block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
Burglary was reported on
Oct. 9 in the 100 block of
Orange Street, according to a
police report.
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PONTE VEDRA BEACH
No new reports.
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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Burglary to a business was
reported Oct. 9 in the. 1200
block of 3rd Street S.
Management noticed three
collection jars were missing
from the restaurant.

Anson Azul Taylor, 28, of
Neptune Beach was arrested
Oct. 9 and charged with false
imprisonment of an adult
and sexual battery in the 200
block of Florida Blvd.,
according to a police report.

Residential burglary was
reported Oct; 8 in the 1200
block of Theodore Avenue. A
laptop computer valued at
$1,500 was stolen from the
vehicle which was parked in
a garage.
* *
Andrew Anthony Perris,
23, of Jacksonville Beach was
arrested Oct. 8 and charged
with an active warrant for
aggravated domestic battery
in the 100 block of Penman
Road S., according to a police
.'i-fr:r~r iRi'i pi t r rfintim


report.

James Claude Monteiro Jr.,
56, a transient, was arrested
Oct. 10 and charged with
driving on a suspended
license as a habitual traffic
offender in the 1000 block of
Beach Boulevard, according
to a police report.
S* **
Grand theft of a motor
vehicle was reported Oct. 10
in the 1400 block of 1st
Street S. A blue 2006 blue
Scuza scooter valued at
$1,000 was stolen from out-
side an apartment building.
The scooter was later recov-


ered in Atlantic Beach.
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Christina Maria Dobbs, 32,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 10 and charged with
aggravated assault and bat-
tery on a law enforcement
officer in the 500 block of
2nd Street N., according to a
police report. A teenage vic-
tim told police he was riding
his bike north on 2nd Street
at 5 p.m. when Dobbs
approached him with a bro-
ken wine bottle in a raised
position and threatened to
kill him, the report said.


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Civic group says no to cruise ship


Residents fear

eminent domain

by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF WRITER
Citizens with a vested
interest in the Mayport
Fishing Village do not want a
cruise terminal, according to
neighbors attending a
Mayport Civic Association
meeting.
Approximately 50 resi-
dents, business owners,
shrimpers' families and other
stakeholders in the Village
attended a meeting Tuesday
and unanimously voted
against the Jacksonville Port
Authority's proposed cruise
terminal, according to Dean
Singleton, a local business
owner who initiated the
meeting.
"My goal was to get every-
body on board," Singleton
said: "We're trying to come
together as one community."
The community wants the
opportunity to meet with
officials from the Port
Authority and Vestcor, a
development company with
property that can be utilized
for the terminal.
"It's time for them to come
out and speak with us," said


Singleton. "We need to be
the ones to say this is what
we want for the Village."
Many citizens want to
learn more about the project
and the intentions of the
Port Authority because they
feel that they have not been
well-informed and are afraid
of losing their fishing village
lifestyle.
"We're pretty much left in
the dark," Singleton said.
"We're uninformed about a
lot of the situations that are
going on. Everyone is very
worried about it and upset
about it," he said.
Some citizens are also con-
cerned about eminent
domain, especially after
receiving a letter of solicita-
tion from an attorney,
according to Edward
Lukacovic, project manager
for the Mayport Waterfront
Partnership.
"There're a lot of rumors
going around," Singleton
said.
Mark Williams, a property
owner in the Village who
also attended Tuesday's
meeting, said that residents
are "extremely concerned"
about the possibility of the
port using eminent domain
authority in the village.
"They [the Port Authority]


have more money, more
clout and more pull than
anybody," he said. "Eminent
domain with the track record
that the Port has you better
believe we're worried."
Lukacovic said that as far
as he knows, the Port
Authority has not initiated
any instances of eminent
domain in the Village to
date.
Williams also rebutted
arguments that a terminal
will boost the economy at
the Beaches and the Village.
"They're [cruise ship pas-
sengers] not going to come
stay and spend money," he
said, explaining that passen-
gers are going to save their
money and spend in areas
where they can purchase
goods duty free.
Williams also expressed
concern about the ferry
remaining in operation.
"That ferry will be shut
down because now they own
the integral piece of proper-
ty," he said.
Both Singleton and the
Partnership have plans to
contact key players involved
with the proposed terminal
to set up a meeting with res-
idents and stakeholders in
the Village so that they can
learn more about the project.


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Visitors are welcorie to
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Saturday's 4th Annual
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than $112,000 ifi donations,
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OBITUARIES


CARL HENRY GODFREY JR.


PHILLIP JOSEPH MELENDEZ


MARGARITA COMAS OJEDA


Carl Ienry Godfrey Jr. of
Atlantic Beach died October 4,
2007. lie was born November
29, 1927 in Florence, S.C. to
the late Carl H. Godfrey and
Louise Reese Godfrey.
He attended Florence High
School and entered Clemson
University in 1944. He joined
the Navy in 1946 and was hon-
orably discharged in 1948. He
returned to Clemson and grad-
uated in 1954 with a degree in
Mechanical Engineering.
In 1954, he married Lottie
Woods and returned to
Florence. He went to work for
E.I. DuPont and was trans-
ferred to Pensacola, Fla. He was
hired in 1954 by Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad in Wilmington,
N.C. as a Special Apprentice,
later transferred to Rocky
Mount, N.C. and moved to
Waycross, Ga.
In 1964, he was promoted to
Senior System Analyst in the
General Office Building in
Jacksonville. In this position,
he was instrumental in assist-
ing in the implementation of a
more sophisticated computer
system for the railroad.
In 1972, he married Bessie
Morris Corker, and they lived
in Atlantic Beach.
He was Chairman of the
Committee on Programming
Techniques for the Data
Systems Divisions of the
Association of American
Railroads. He was promoted to
Manager, then Asst. Vice
President-Operations and'later
to Vice President Technical.
Services with Cybernetics &
Systems, a computer subsidiary
of the railroad.
In 1977, he spent a good
deal of time at Florida
Publishing Company as a con-
sultant during the develop-
ment of their computer-based
editing and typesetting system.
In December 1984, he retired


from CSX with 31 years of
service.
After retiring, he pursued his
other most favorite career:
golfing. He became a member
of Selva Marina Country Club,
playing golf five out of seven
days with "the guys" and on
Sunday with his wife Bess.
He was member of
Community Presbyterian
Church, Atlantic Beach. He
was a lifelong Presbyterian,
being a "Cradle Roll"
Presbyterian as a baby. He was
active on various committees
over the years and served as a
Deacon and Elder,
He is survived by his wife of
34 years, Bess; brother, Dr. Earl
H. Godfrey, Spartanburg, S.C.;
son, Bradley Godfrey,
Columbia, S.C.; daughter,
Gaye Godfrey Watson,
Greenville, S.C.; grandson,
Will Watson, Greenville, S.C.;
nephew, Earl Godfrey, Jr.
(Joan), Chesnee, S.C.; niece,
Ann Louise Shirley (Don),
Spartanburg, S.C.; great-niece,
Alison Early, Chesnee, S.C.;
stepdaughter, Natalie White,
Atlantic Beach; step-grand-
daughter, Kristen White; step-
son, Danny Corker, Salisbury,
N.C. '(Karen); step-grandson,
Danny Corker II (Shana),
Woodleaf, N.C.; great-grand-
children, Robbie, Kristina and
Tirana Corker; several cousins
and many friends.
Arrangements were handled
by Beaches Chapel by Hardage-
.Giddens, Jacksonville Beach,
with a visitation Monday. A
memorial service was held
Tuesday at Community
Presbyterian Church, with Rev.
Gabe Goodman officiating.
Interment followed in H.
Warren Smith Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to
Community Presbyterian
Church Building Fund.


Phillip Joseph Melendez, 46,
of Jacksonville Beach, formerly
of Brooklyn, N.Y., died October
10, 2007. He was born August
16, 1961 in Bremerhaven,
Germany to Carole Melendez.
He was a proud veteran of
the United States Army. He
worked as an Environmental
Inspector and assisted with the
recovery of 9-11 victims at the
World Trade Center. He loved
his family and was an ardent
follower of the Mets and the
Jets.
He is survived by his wife of


26 years, Lisa; mother and step-
father, Carole and Thomas;
mother-in-law, Victoria; daugh-
ters, Melissa (Richard) of
Jacksonville and Christina of
Bayside, Queens, N.Y.; brother,
Robert; sister, Caren; and
grandson, Nicholas.
A Funeral Service was held in
the chapel of Quinn-Shalz
Family Funeral Home
Thursday, with the Rev. Otis
Locke as officiant.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


PAMELA ARNOLD PENDERGRAFT


P a m e 1 a
Se l Pamela
a Arnold
Pendergraft,
47, a lifelong
Beaches resi-
dent, died
unexpected-
ly October 6,
: 2007. Born
,", June 22,
St1960 in
Bristol,
Tenn., she was raised at the
Beach by her late parents, Sam
and Thelma Arnold of
Jacksonville Beach.
A 1978 graduate of Fletcher
High School, her bright smile
and enthusiasm for life were
readily seen during her years as
a member of the Senators
cheerleading squad.
She was a talented and grace-
ful dancer. She studied tap, bal-
let and jazz for eight years at
local studios. Having partici-
pated in numerous talent
shows and pageants, her beau-
ty was evident as she was
crowned Miss Teen
Jacksonville in the mid-1970s.
Her combined talents, along
with strong leadership abili-
ties, were shared with many
young girls during her four


years as head coach of the
Jacksonville Beach Pop Warner
Cheerleading Association. Her
love and dedication meant so
much to the girls as she led
them to victory in several con-
ference and state competitions.
.She enjoyed singing, danc-
ing, music, playing cards and
crafting.
Her loving memory will for-
ever be cherished by her chil-
dren, daughter Kylie
Pendergraft and son Kris
Pendergraft. She also is sur-
vived by one brother, Sam
Arnold of Jacksonville; and
many nieces, nephews, aunts
and uncles. She will be missed
by all who knew and loved her.
Family and friends will gath-
er to memorialize and cele-
brate her life. An outdoor serv-
ice will be held at 10 a.m.
Sunday at the Jacksonville
Beach Pop Warner football
field at Wingate Park, South
Penman Road.
In lieu of flowers, donations
to help with expenses will be
appreciated. Send to her chil-
dren, Kylie Pendergraft and/or
Thomas (Kris) Pendergraft,
1730 6th Ave. S., Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250.


MARY ALICE TUCKER


Mary
Alice Tucker,
97, died
S peacefully
-. October 8,
S 2007. Born
December
15, 1909 in
S Hazlehurst,
a"' Ga., she was
the daugh-
ter of the
late Andrew and Sarah Jane
McEachem.
As a young teenager, she
moved to Douglas, Ga., where
she lived with her sister and
brother-in-law, Emma and


Lewis Vickers. Upon graduation almost 50 years.
from Douglas High School, she An avid bridge player, she
attended Georgia State College was a member of San Jose
for Women in Milledgeville, Episcopal Church, San Jose
Ga. She continued to live in Country Club and Gloriosa
Douglas and worked at the ,Garden. Club and was a Life
local theater, where she played Member of the Garden Club of
the piano for the silent movies. Jacksonville.
She married Aubrey B. Tucker She was preceded in death by
on August 6, 1932' aii'd'thev-'" her hus'band2l'6f'58 years in
moved to Atlanta, Ga. From ,' 1992. She is survived b her son


Atlanta they moved to
Chattanooga, Tenn. and settled
in Jacksonville in 1937. After
the birth of their son, James
Aubrey Tucker, in 1943, they
Loved to Worth Drive in
Miramar and resided there for


and his wife, Carol; two grand-
children, Kimberly Tucker Price
(Shawn) and James Michael
Tucker (Erika); four great-grand-
children, Marie and Tucker
Price and Abigail and Reese
Tucker, all of Jacksonville; and


four nieces, Jane McNulty of
Knoxville, Tenn., Virginia
Anderson of Knoxville, Tenn.,
Alice Mills of Austell, Ga. and
Nora Merritt of Douglas, Ga.
Funeral services will be held
at 10:30 aim. Friday at San Jose
Episcopal Church, with the Rev.
Steph Britt officiating. The bur-
ial will follow at Oaklaivn
Cemetery. Memorials may be
made to San Jose Episcopal
Church, 3000 San Jose Blvd.,
Jacksonville, FL 32217.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS


Halloween Costume
Contest & Parade
Beaches Town Center offers
a free family event for chil-
dren of all ages, a Halloween
Costume Contest and Parade,
from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 27.
Make-your-own crafts, games
and refreshments will be pro-
vided. Fletcher High's
Interact Club will assist in
the crafts and games.
Registration for the costume
contest starts at 10 a.m. in
the Courtyard at 200 First
Street, outside Shelby's
Coffee Shoppe. The costume
parade will be along the side-
walk though Beaches Town
Center.Prizes will be award-
ed. A special Dance Trance
Kids "Thriller" performance
will be the event's finale.
Trick or Treating in all partic-
ipating shops and restaurants
in Beaches Town Center is
permitted during and after
the parade. For information,
call Shelby's Coffee Shoppe
at 249-2922.

Halloween at
Cultural Center
A Spooky Halloween Arts
Camp will be held Oct. 19 at
the Cultural Center at.Ponte
Vedra Beach. Kids will have a
spooktacular day off from
school at the Center's
Halloween holiday hoopla.
The day is a St. Johns County
school holiday. The
Halloween Arts Camp will
give youngsters a chance to
climb aboard the Hogwarts
Express and create candy
creatures and magnificent
mummies and paint glowing
ghosts or goody bags. Hours
are, for 4-5-year-olds, 9 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. The cost is $30
for members, $40 for non-
members. For 6-10-year-olds,
hours are 9 a.m.-2 p.m. For
members, it's $40, for non-
members, $50. A pizza party
will be provided. Call 280-
0614, ext. 204, to reserve a
spot.


Hall of Terror and
Hallo-Wee Zone
The Hall of Terror is a
haunted house at Adventure
Landing, 1944 Beach Blvd,
Jacksonville Beach. The
Hallo-Wee Zone, which is for
younger kids, is open from 6-
8 p.m. the nights the Hall of
Terror is open. The Hall of
Terror opens at 7 p.m.
Thursday through Sundays
in October, plus Halloween
night. Admission costs $10.
For information, call 246-
4386.


Autumn Harvest
Celebration
Celebrate autumn Oct. 20
with a visit to the Palm
Valley Garden for an after-
noon filled with music, hot
dogs, children's scarecrow
contests and pumpkin deco-
rating. Children are encour-
aged to drop off their named
scarecrow entries by Oct. 19;
the winner receives the
"Giant Pumpkin." Admission
and entries to the contest are
free. The Autumn Harvest
Celebration is held from 12-4
p.m. at Palm Valley Gardens,
4975 Palm Valley Road,


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Halloween Doors
The third annual
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will be held from 3-8 p.m.
Oct. 13 at the Jacksonville
Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall.
Tickets are $100 for adults,
$50 for-children 12 and
under. Babies under 1 are
free. For information, visit
the Halloween Doors & More
website at www.community-
hospice.com.


Margarita Comas Ojeda died
October 10, 2007. She was
born February 22, 1934 in
Guantanamo, Cuba. She had
resided in Atlantic Beach for
the past seven years and was a
longtime resident of Winter
Park, Fla.
She received a Master's
Degree in Education from the
University of Santiago de
Cuba. Soon thereafter, she met
Roman Ojeda, and they were
married in 1958.
In 1960, the couple moved
to the United States and
became U.S. citizens. She
taught for 26 years at Trinity
Preparatory School, where she
impacted many lives.
Survivors include her daugh-
ters, Mercedes (Mark)
McGowan of Atlantic Beach
and Margarita (Andrew) Baxter
of Tampa; sister, Mercedes
Rodriguez; brother, Alfredo
Comas; granddaughters,
Gabriella Castro and Marisa
Castro; and grandson, Marco
McGowan. She was prede-


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ceased by her husband, Roman
Ojeda.
A Memorial Mass will be cel-
ebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday in
St. John's Catholic Church,
Atlantic Beach, with the Rev.
Joseph Meehan as celebrant.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that -donations be
made in her name to
Community Hospice of
Northeast Florida, 4266
Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville,
FL 32257 or to St. John's
Catholic Church, 2400
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach,
FL 32233.
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RELIGION


Elder Care
Nationally recognized
author Dorree Lynn, Ph.D.
will be the guest speaker at the
Sunday Bagel & Breakfast
Lecture Series at Beth El
Beaches Synagogue on
Sunday, November 4.
In her lecture, titled "The
Caregivers Dilemma: Can
Love Survive One of Life's
Toughest Challenges?", Lynn
will share insights about car-
ing for a seriously ill spouse.
The event is free and open
to the public; the breakfast
begins at 9:30 a.m. and the
lecture starts at 10:15 a.m. The
synagogue is at 288 N. Roscoe
Blvd. in Ponte Vedra.

Women's Retreat
The Women's NetWork at
Palms Presbyterian Church
will have a day retreat at the
Lodge and Club in Ponte
Vedra from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Saturday. Dr. Barbara Bishop
will speak on women's need
for spiritual nourishment. For
information call the church
office at 246-6427.
Pumpkin Patch
Lord of Life Lutheran
Church will host its 8th
Annual Pumpkin Patch start-
ing on Saturday at 9 a.m. and
open daily until October 30 or
until the pumpkins are gone.
Monday through Fridays, the
patch will be open at 2 p.m.
until dusk. Saturday hours are
10 a.m. to dusk, and Sunday
hours are noon to dusk.
The church address is 276.
N. Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte
Vedra. Call 285-5347.
Fall Festival
Christ the Redeemer Church
will host a Fall Festival and
Open House from 6 to 8 p.m.
on Wednesday, October 31.
There will be a children's


Bible-themed costume con-
test, train rides, and games. A
Ladies' Baking Contest and
Men's Chilli Cook-Off will be
held.
The church's new Family
Center will also be open to the
community for tours during
the festival. The church
address is 190 S. Roscoe Blvd.
in Ponte Vedra; call 285-8009
for information.
Praise Service
Bethlehem Lutheran
Church will have a Praise and
Worship Service on the
church grounds at 5:30 p.m.
on Saturday. All are welcome
to attend. The church address
is 1423 8th Ave. N. in
Jacksonville Beach.
Craft and Yard Sale
St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church will host the 9th
Annual Craft Bazaar and Bake
Sale along with a Yard Sale
sponsored by St. Andrew's
Lighthouse on Saturday,
October 20 from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Crafts available for pur-
chase include Christmas
items, quilts, jewelry, ceram-
ics, candles, and doll clothes.
The church address is 1801
Beach Blvd. Call 221-1763 for
information.

Beach Bash
The 4th Annual Beach Bash
to benefit BEAM and Habitat
will be held at 6 p.m. on
Monday, October 15 at the
Casa Marina Hotel and
Restaurant. Several area
restaurants will provide
refreshments and there will be
live and silent auctions and
live entertainment. For infor-
mation or to purchase tickets
call 241-1222 or visit
www.beacheshabitat.org.
Beginning Hebrew Class
Beth El Beaches Synagogue
will have an Adult Beginning


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Andrews Lighthouse golf tournament, joined by, counterclockwise, from
right, Ed Asher, executive director of St. Andrews Lighthouse; volunteer
Kent Clifford and Barbara Smith, program director for St. Andrews
Lighthouse. The fundraising event was held at Queen's Harbour Country
Club. A total of $5,500 was raised.


Hebrew Class on Wednesdays
from 6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Classe start on October 17 and
are $54 for those who are are
not Beth El members. For
information call 273-9100.


Beth El is at 288 N. Roscoe
Blvd. in Ponte Vedra.

Pumpkin Fair and
Halloween Party
A Pumpkinarid Craft Fair


will be held
Saturday, October
20 at Isle of Faith
United Methodist
Church. The Craft
Fair will be open
from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. with crafters.
Lunch will be
available and
there will be sno-
cones, popcorn,
face painting,
bounce houses
and more. The
church is at 1821
San Pablo Road.
For information
call 221-1700.
Isle of aith will
offer a Halloween
Alternative Party
on Wednesday,
October 31 from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. The
evening of fun
including a cos-
tume contest,
prizes, games and
candy is open to
.the whole family.

Epic Fall
SClassic
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Ministry will hold
its annual, Fall
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Competition on
.S a t u r.d a y.
Information and
registration is
available at
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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 information
call the church office at 249-
5370. The church is at 400.


Penman Road in Neptune
Beach.
Forum Series Resumes
The Adult Forum Series at St.
Paul's by the Sea Episcopal
Church continues with the fol-
lowing topic: The Hidden Heart
of the Cosmos on Oct. 14, 21,
and 28. The community is wel-
come to attend; for information
contact the church office at
249-4091. The church campus
is at 5th Street and 1lth Avenue
North in Jacksonville Beach.
Bethel Gallery
A special events show at
Bethel Gallery features 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 within
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 and
children at 9:15 a.m. 'on
Monday at the Winston
Family YMCA on Landrum
Lane in Ponte Vedra. For infor-
mation contact Susan Alberti at
285-0267.

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.


See RELIGION BRIEFS, A-8 )


CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
400 San Juan Dr., Poite Vdra Beach 285-6127
All Vehicles Mu, nter on Golf View
Sunday 7:45, 9: :1AM, P Holy Eucharist
SaturNaoy 'r YPM
Wednesday Holy Euc t1:15 AM, 6:00 PM
Weekday Evening Prayer ilt Cael 6:00 PM except Wed.
Nursery available for Strday and Sunday services
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Nursery Provided


COASTAL CHRISTIAN ST. FRANCIS
IN-THE-FIELD
Exciting, Growing EPISCOPAL CHURC Ocean Pi
Home Church 355 Landr
off Kernan 895 Palm Valley Rd 9:30
553-9910 (1 mile east of US) 1 :01
Meet Sundas Sunday Services PONTE VEDRA
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10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Pre-K through Adults United Methodist 8
10.00 am Holy Euchanst & Children's Chapel h Ch rch C2
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: HOLY TRINITY LORD OF LIFE Ponte Vedra
ANGLICANCHURCI LUTHERAN CHURCH Presbyterian Church~
(A Traditional Anglican Church)Wherefriends gather to worship"
247-1442 (ELCA) 4510 Palm Valley Road (CR 210)
Holy Communion 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch 5 www.pvpc.com
every Sunday at 9:00 A.M. Ph. 285-5347 Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.
Holy Trinit ets the ld Chapl Rev. Julie Frank,Pastor Sunday Breakfast
Holy Trinity meets in the Old Chapel Sunday C ontporary Worship uT Ministries
at 610 Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach Sunday Contemporary Worsip Nursery & Toddler Ministries
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 50294 8:30am Middle, High School, College
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32240-0294 Sunday Church School 9:45am Adult Ministries
www.holytrinityneptunebeach.org Sunday LBW Worship 11:00am Music & Art Ministries'
Rev. Robert C. Adams, Vicar Nursery Provided Home of a Bethlehem Visit


ST. ANDREW'S
LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)
(BY THE SEA)
A Stephen Ministry Congregation
1801 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach 249-4575
PASTOR MICHAEL BLAKER
Sunday Worship
8:00 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School
Children 9:15 am
Youth/Adult 9:15 am
Nursery Provided


Worshiping at ANGLICAN 4
alms Elementary School BEACHESI
um Ln, Ponte Vedra Beach CHURCH
a.m. Contemporary Service* Worship Service- Eucharist
D a.m. Traditional Service* 5pm Sunday
*Kingdom Kids available Rev. Gary Blaylock, Vicar
Childcare always provided Services held at:
Jeff Bennett, Pastor Neptune Baptist Church, Rm 101
407 Third Street
B0-5141 www.pv-umc.org Neptune Beach
connecting the Unconnected" WW.ANGLICANBEACHESCHURCH.ORG


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Baptit Chsurch r Episcopal Church
SATURDAY EVENING POWERFUL WORSHIP, PASSIONATE SERVICE
6:30 pm Contemporary Worship Service
SUNDAY
9:00 am Contemporary Worship Service
10:30 am Traditional Service Children's Chapel At10am Sun
WEDNESDAY Welcome Families I Children's Chapel At 10 am Sun.
WEDNESDAY Welcome FamiliesNursery At 7:30 & 10 am Services Sun.
6:30 pm The Gathering & Singles Christian Foration At 8:45 am
Bible Studies for Every Age & Life Situation ChstianormationAt45
407 Third Street corner of 5th St. & 11th Ave. N.* Jax Beach, FL www.stpaulsbythesea@ spbts.ne
www.netunebaptistog NeptuneBeach 904-2494091
Tom Bary, Pastor 904-249-2307 904-249-4091


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SCHURCH Co-Presidents: Stuart Beckerman, Loretta Cornelius
S150 Sherry.Dnrie Alantic Beach FL ;r" '
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,0, ,, Church Office 249-8698
PreschooVKinderganen Office 241-7335 Shabbat&Torah Services 9:30 12:00 noon
www.communitypcusa.org Service Times
Schedule: Saturday 5:00 pm We have a full range of activities and services for the beaches Jewish
Sunday Moming Worship 8:30 & 11 a.m. S uday 5:00 pm community. Please contact our office m-f 9-5 for information about
Church School-All Ages 9:45a.m. Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:00am adult education, Sisterhood activities and youth activities.
Youth Fellowships 5 p.m.
Contemporary Worship Serv 5:9 p.m. (904) 268-2500 "A Home for Jewish Families at the Beach"
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3410 South Third Street, Jacksonville Beaci
Ph: 904-246-6427 www.palmschuich.org
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UNITY DAILY WORD BETHLEHEM IUTHERAN
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
(Corner 2nd. Ave. N. and 7th St. N.) Phone: 249-5418
http://www.blcjaxbeach.org
355-5100 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Traiinal
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.


FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH TRADITIONAL- YET TIMELY
T of the.Beaches (Disciples of Christ) Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m.
A2125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach
Come worship with us by the ocean. Worship Service 10:15 a.m.
SUNDAYS:, Youth Fellowship 11:30 a.m.
Traditional Services 8:00 & 9:00 am Nursery Provided
Children's Worship 9:00 & 11:00 am
Christian Education (all ages) 10:05 am CHRIST
Celebration Praise 11:00 am UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY) UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY)
5:30 Supper 400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
6:30 Choir, Bible Study, Youth Neptune Beach 249-5370
Mahlon Dixon, Senior Pastor 246-2010 Rev. Patrice Spenser
James Collins, Associate Pastor
www.fccbdoc.com emall:fccbdoc@bellsouth.net Share in the love of Christ
ST. PA UL'S ST. JOHN'S
.ST. CATHOLIC CHURCH
CATHOLIC 2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
1st Avenue North at 5th Street Fater Joseph Meehan
Jacksonville Beach WEEKEND MASSES
Jacksonville Beach Saturday 5 p.m.
FatherWm. A. Kelly, pastor Sunday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Nursery Available Sunday Morning
Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 530 p.m. RECONCILIATION
Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30,10:00, Saturday 10:00 a.m. or by appt.
11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Saturday Confessions Wed. 6:00 p.m. (K-3) 7:15 pm. (4-6 gr.)
After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m. Sunday 600 .)


OCEANSIDE
CHURCH OF CHRIST FIRST BAPTIST
1025 Snug Harbor Court '
(off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th St. and Orchid
St.) 324 N. 5th St., 249-2314
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
246-2709 Bible Study 9:15 a.m.
246-2709
Blended Worship 10:30 a.m.
Bible Class Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
Worship 11:00 a.m.
in S i :0 p.m. Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m.
Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Weekday Ministry 246-2891
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Service interpreted for the hearing impaired


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Religious freedom topic of talk


Dr. Winnifred Fallers Sullivan will
discuss the controversial argument in
her recent book "The Impossibility of
Religious Freedom" at the University of
North Florida at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 23, in the Science and Engineering
Building (Building 50), Room 1202.
This event is free and open to the pub-
lic.
Sullivan serves as director of the Law
and Religion Program at the University
at Buffalo Law School. She was an
expert witness for families in Boca
Raton who believed that their freedom
of religion was violated by decisions
concerning the regulations of a local
cemetery.
Some Boca Raton residents were told
that the way in which they had deco-
rated the graves of their deceased loved


ones violated the rules of the public
cemetery, even though many had been
decorated for years. The court battle
that followed debated whether the
grave markers were protected expres-
sions of religion or just reflections of
questionable 'personal taste.'
Sullivan's book traces the variety of
understandings of what counts as reli-
gion and how those understandings
impact the real lives of everyday believ-
ers. A question-and-answer session will
follow the lecture.
The event is sponsored by the
Religious Studies Program at UNF, The
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Center for
Ethics, Public Policy and the
Professions. For more information, con-
tact Dr. Julie Ingersoll at (904) 620-3738
or at jingerso@unf.edu.


Grandparents' and special friends day at St. Paul's by the Sea


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Photos by CHUCK ADAMS
Students in Caroline Harrison's
kindergarten class at Beaches
Episcopal are joined at school
Monday by their grandparents and
special friends, while activity is
under way in Melody Harding's
kindergarten class.
Grandparents' and Special
Friends' Day is the culmination of
a special weekend at the school
and St. Paul's by the Sea Episcopal
Church in Jacksonville Beach. A
Blessing of the Pets is held Friday
outside the church, followed by
Episcopal School Sunday inside St.
Paul's. Monday is Grandparents'
and Special Friends' Day, at the
school.
"We try to make it so that the
grandparents can come for the
entire weekend and stay for all
three events," said Episcopal
School communications director
Dallas Skornia. "It makes it easier
for them."
The special friends side was
added for those children whose
grandparents, for whatever reason,
might not be able to attend.
"We have people from the
church and other individuals who
volunteer to be special friends for
them," said Skornia.
The all-day affair started as a
lunch-only event, where grandpar-
ents would eat with their grand-
children. In the late 1990s, when
Jackie Busse became head of the
Jacksonville Beach school, the
event was expanded.


RELIGION BRIEFS


Men's group meetings
The men's group from
Calvary Anglican Church meets
at 6:15 a.m. at the Beach Diner
at 501 Atlantic Blvd. The cur-
rent topic for the Bible Study is
"The Minor Prophets" led by
Pastor David Sandifer. For infor-
mation call the church office at
241-9400
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
outreach efforts. Al are wel-
come 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
New Life Christian
Fellowship at 2701 Hodges
Blvd. has monthly Single Adult
Ministry meetings with child-
care provided for some events.
Contact Claudia at 223-6000 for
information or visit
www.nlcf.org.
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
Sunday. 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.
Church Activities for Kids
First Baptist Church of
Atlantic Beach at 1050 Mayport
Road has Children's Church at
6:45 a.m. Call 246-4341.
Palm Valley Baptist Church
at 4890 Palm Valley Road in
Ponte Vedra has a family dinner
at 6 p.m. and children and
youth Bible study at 7 p.m. Call
285-2447.
Sunrise Christian Church
youth group meets on
Wednesday from 7 to 8:30
p.m., beginning with group
praise and worship, followed by
small groups for fellowship,
Bible study, and prayer. The
church is at 298 Aquatic Drive,
Atlantic Beach. Call 249-3030.


Jacksonville Beach Mayport
Day High Low High Low High Low High Low
Fri 9:24 am 3:13 am 9:36 pm 3:50 pm 10:03 am 321am 10:13 pm 4:01 pm
Sat 10:01 am 3:46am 10:12pm 427pm 10:37am 3:50am 10:49pm 4:37pm
Sun 10:37am 4:19am 10:50pm 5:04pm ll:12am 4:19am 1126pm 5:12pm
Mon ll:16am 4:52am 11:29pm 5:43pm ll:49am 4:50am None 5:50pm
Tue 11:57am 5:29am None 6:27pm 12:06 am 5:28am 12:29pm 6:34 pm
Wed 12:10am 6:12am 12:42pm 7:17pm 12:48am 6:13am 1:13pm 727pm
Thu 12:56am 7:04am 1:32pm 8:13pm 1:35am 7:07am 2:04pm 824pm

Pablo Creek Entrance Palm Valley
Day High Low High Low High Low High Low
Fri 10:32am 3:54am 10:42pm 4:34pm 12:14pm 5:29am None 6:06pm
Sat ll:06am 4:23am ll:18pm 5:10pm 12:26am 6:02am 12:51pm 6:43pm
Sun 11:41am 4:52am 11:55pm 5:45pm 1:02am 6:35am 127pm 7:20pm
Mon 12:18pm 5:23am None 6:23pm 1:40am 7:08am 2:06pm 7:59pm
Tue 12:35 am 6:01 am 12:58 pm 7:07 pm 2:19 am 7:45 am 2:47 pm 8:43 pm
Wed 1:17am 6:46am 1:42 pm 8:00pm 3:00am 8:28am 3:32 pm 9:33pm
Thu 2:04am 7:40 am 2:33pm 8:57pm 3:46am 9:20am 4:22pm 10:29pm


"'"' Bethlehem' Lutheran
Church at1423 8th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach has Senior
High Youth Group meetings on
Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Call
249-5418.
Christ Episcopal Church at
Solana Road and San Juan Drive
in Ponte Vedra offers
Wednesday dinners in the
parish hall for youth and fami-
lies at 6:15 p.m. A children's art
program is held from 7 to 8
p.m. Church choir school is
offered for age 3 through sixth
grade prior to Wednesday
evening, dinner. The school is
free and is given by Dr. Timothy
McKee, Music Director of the
church. Call 285-6127.
Youth in grades six through
12 meet at 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
on Sunday following Sunset at
Palms in the Youth
Center/Fellowship Hall at Palms
Presbyterian Church, 3410 3rd
St. S., Jacksonville Beach. Call
246-6427.
Dynamic Disciples (grades
K-5) meets at First Christian
Church of the Beaches on a var-
ied schedule. Teens in Motion
Youth Group meets for special
events and trips. The church
address is 2125 Oceanfront,
Neptune Beach. Call 246-2010.
Family Bible Church at 4760
Palm Valley Road has
Wednesday activities. Building


Blocks for children ages 3 to!6
and Kids Club for grades one
through 5 meeting at 7:15 p.m.
Bridge Builders for grades 6
through 12 meets from 7 fo
8:30 p.m. Call 280-5694.
Youth from Beach United
Methodist Church, 3rd Street at
7th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach,
meet 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at various
locations. Directions to
Wednesday meetings are hand-
ed out at the church's Sunday
night worship service for youth,
held at 6 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
*New Beginnings Baptist
Church at 1050 State Road A1A
in Ponte Vedra offers Kids
K'Nextion for ages 3 to fifth
grade, Praise Band, and middle
and high school youth activities
beginning at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.
on Wednesday. Call 285-4288.
*Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church at 35
Executive Way in Ponte Vedra
has meetings on Sundays from
6 to 8 p.m. Call 280-5141.
*Neptune Baptist Church at
407 Third Street in Neptune
Beach has games for youth from
grade six through twelve. Call
249-2307.
*Community Presbyterian
Church has activities on
Wednesday. Call 249-8698 for
information.


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on the Prosperity Bank Grill during a recent nor'easter. He was.
cooking for a picnic for his church, Ponte Vedra United
Methodist. The weather was soggy but the church's office and
ministry house at 76 S. Roscoe Blvd. was high and dry. 50
people enjoyed food and fellowship despite the rain last week.


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FROM STAFF
At Homecoming services at 10 a.m. on
Sunday, First Baptist Church of Atlantic
Beach will celebrate 62 years of preaching
the gospel message.
Rev. Greg Crocker will preach at the serv-
ice and the bluegrass gospel group "Light
Soldiers" will sing.
There will be a potluck on the church
grounds at 1050 Mayport Road following
the service. All are welcome to attend.
For information call the church office at
246-4341.


October 12, 2007


The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


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SPORTS


Ponte Vedra Leader Page 9A*


ROB
DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


Panthers,

Jackets set

to continue

compelling

grid rivalry

It's the most important.
insignificant game of the
season with nothing at
stake except bragging rights
- but for local gridiron fans
it's become a must-see.
On Friday night in Ponte
Vedra Beach, Nease and St.
Augustine will renew their
cross-county rivalry in front
of a standing room only
crowd at Panther Stadium.
For years it was more like
the rivalry between a hammer
and a nail the Yellow
Jackets are 20-3 all-time
against the Panthers but in
recent seasons the excitement
level has never been higher.
Tim Tebow was supposed to
give Nease its best shot at
tripping up St. Augustine, but
the quarterback never enjoyed
a victory over the Yellow
Jackets.
In 2004, both schools were
in the same district, adding
spice to the already intense
showdown. Not only did St.
Augustine win the regular sea-
son contest but it earned a
controversial victory in the
Class 3A regional finals as
well.
9 T&TesehgtY a theg'wmals
Tebo o ent one:yard '"
touchdown in the closing sec-
onds of a 35-28 game. But
officials couldn't decide
whether the Panthers QB had
fumbled and while they were
sorting it out, the clock ran
down and the game ended.
Two years ago, on a rain-
soaked, muddy field at
Panther Stadium, it was a
roughing the punter penalty
by Nease with 2:09 left in-the
game that denied Tebow a
final opportunity to write a
storybook ending, as the
Jackets hung on for a 20-14
victory.
Last year, the Panthers
ended 13 years of frustration
with a come-from-behind 24-
21 victory over St. Augustine.
Running back Zach Tronti
rushed for 206 yards on 26
carries with TD runs of 75
and 2 yards.
The key play of the contest
came in'the fourth quarter on
Nease's 16-yard pass on a
fourth-and-three from punt
formation. Officials debated
whether Panthers receiver
Kyle Timpane fumbled or the
ground caused him to fumble.
Ultimately, it was not a fum-
ble and Nease scored the go-
ahead touchdown a few plays
later.
This year, St. Augustine
enters the game undefeated at
5-0 with its usual stingy
defense and explosive offense.
The Jackets are ranked No. 2
in the state's Class 3A poll.
At 5-1, Nease sits at No. 5
in the Class 4A rankings, hav-
ing beaten three state-ranked
opponents in the first five
weeks of the season.
Adding intrigue to Friday
night's game is the fact that
Panthers QB Ted.Stachitas was
injured last week when his
left knee met the' helmet of a
Ridgeview defender. The
injury occurred on the open-
ing play of the second quarter
and Stachitas sat out the
remainder of the game.
While an MRI revealed no
structural damage, but a con-
tusion and a strained liga-
ment, Nease head coach Craig
Howard may keep his star QB
out of action to save him for
district games that truly mat-
ter.
The rivalry is intense; fans
of both schools get into it,
and in recent seasons the out-
come has been controversial,
but Howard calls it his favorite
game on the schedule.
"It'll be what high school
football in St. Johns County is
all about," he said.


Boys golf continues its perfect

By DAVID ROSENBLUM
SPORTS WRITER


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W while Nease High
School is loaded with
a dominant athletic
programs, none of the teams
may be as dominating as the
boy's golf team right now.
Besides, having resources
such as access to some of the
finest holes in the area and a
former Players champion
offering advice, it's hard not
to be this good.
The team was good last sea-
son as well. It advanced to the
regionals and finished third,
behind eventual state champi-
on Lake Mary and runner-up
Spruce Creek.
Looking to improve its
results, the team faced both of
those schools in a quad match
(four teams), early this season,
and won.
Then the Panthers contin-
ued to win. And with the reg-
ular season down to one final
match (a quad against Fleming
Island, Bartram Trail and
Menendez yesterday) chances
of heading into the playoffs
undefeated are fairly good.
As of Wednesday, Nease was
26-0 this season, winning the
conference championship for
a second straight season and
taking the county champi-
onship at the Slammer and
Squire this week, finishing 20-
under-par, a school record for
an 18-hole match.'
Freshman MJ. Maguire was
the medallist, shooting a 64 in
the round. Maguire also led
the team to another school
record with a 139 for a nine-
hole match, which came with
the help of his hole-in-one on
the fifth hole of the TPC
Valley Course against Fleming
Island Oct. 8.
Head coach Pete Molinaro,
in his third season, inherited
this talented group of kids
that field one senior in the
top six.
Molinaro put together a
team comprised of No. 1 Tyler
McCumber, No. 2 Maguire,
No. 3 Ed Waller, No. 4 Kevin
Phelan, No. 5 senior Mike
Smith; and No. 6 ohn- --
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"I inherited a team that the
year before there I got here
there were five seniors, so this
team I inherited, so they all
[graduate] and I got all the
freshman and sophomores,"
Molinaro said. "I just got to
know these kids and their per-
sonalities. They're like my
sons. They're in my office
every day.
"For me, that's the best part.
They kids are great, and the
fact that they're good at golf is
just icing on the cake."
The chemistry of the team is
what makes the Panther
golfers so strong. Molinaro
knows what it takes at the
high school level, being part
of a basketball and baseball
state champions in the past.
"There is no animosity, no
whining.between the players,"
SMolinaro said. '.The chemistry;


between them is very strong.
, "I've been on two champi-
onship teams and I don't care
how good the team is, if you
don't have team chemistry,
you're not going to go (to
state). It's not going to hap-
pen."
Another reason the team is
so successful is the depth of
talent Molinaro has acquired.
The team averages a 74, with
the top four averaging below
par. In high school, during the
regular season teams play six
players, with the top four
scores counting. In the play-
offs, five players go out with
.four scores counting.
"They've been playing
well," Molinaro said.' "They're
getting bigger and stronger
every year. They seem to be
playing better. I hope the
zone that theY t'i in conti n es.


"We are so deep in talent. A
" lot of teams have two or three
golfers at the most. We are so
deep for the five and six spot
that there is a battle of five
kids for that fifth spot. The
average between them is about
Sa tenth of a stroke; That's a
strong point for us, if two iof
the golfers go down, the other
four will pick it up."
With the district tourna-
ment starting Monday, the
road to the -state begins while
the team is still on fire.
"Anything can happen,"
Molinaro said. "You can beat
every team by 30 stokes and
go to district and play lousy
that day and it's all over.
"They're playing well so I
think we have a really good
shot at it. It's not a shot in
the dark, it's a really good
shqPtThe furtSer you go,.you


season

start playing better teams. We
have a real good chance with
the way we're playing. But if
we just fall apart one day it's
not going to happen."
The last key of success is the
resources the team has. Living
in Ponte Vedra doesn't hurt,
with the large variety of cours-
es and world-class instructors
in the area. And Tyler
McCumber's father, 1988
Players Champion Mark
McCumber, also is valuable
resource for the team.
"They are dedicated and
they have the resources being
from Ponte Vedra, getting the
lessons and all the courses,"
Molinaro said.
"Mark McCumber is a valu-
able resource as far as rules
interpretation and insight to
the game. We just happen to
be lucky that Mark is the
father of Tyler. He's been valu-
able for sure. They all take les-
sons. We have.a strong
parental support.The parental
support has just been great."
Despite all the great
resources and talent, should
the Panthers fall short of the
state title this season, it does-
n't mean the expectations and
goals weren't achieved.
"It is a goal of ours to win
sate, but no an expectation,"
Molinaro said. "Our expecta-
tions are to develop strong
relationships with one anoth-
er, respect one another, learn
the game of golf and respect
the game of golf and do the
absolute best you can, espe-
cially when adversity happens.
"Our goals are realistic based
on the skill level of the team.
We've won every match so far.
Our goals are going to the
state. If we meet our expecta-
tions, then that's good.
"Everything is working out,"
Molinaro continued. "If we
don't win state, district or
regionals, it doesn't mean we
failed. It has nothing to do
with it. Our success as a team
is to play the best;we can,
handle the adversity and'
develop strong relationships
and a love for the game and a
love for each other.
"So far I'm very pleased and
we've met pur expectations/'


Panthers are again upended by Crusaders


By DAVID ROSENBLUM
SPORTS WRITER
Looking for revenge from one
if its tougher losses earlier in the
season, the Nease High volley-
ball team still had its hands full
with Bishop Kenny.
The Panthers' last loss this
season was on the Crusaders
home court and the team was
looking to continue its five-
game win streak when Bishop.
Kenny came to Nease for the
rematch between the two 4A'
powerhouses. The Crusader
went on to win in four closely-
contested games, 13-25, 25-22,
25-21, 25-19.
"We had a huge turnaround
for the last time we played
them," Nease head coach
Dawn Madden said. "Last time
we played we were a little bit
shocked and we didn't play our
game. We played more like the
young, immature team that we
are.
"This time ... we beat them
in the first game and we played
very well. We found some
things we needed to adjust to
and they adjusted to us. We
were never able to adjust to
them.
"Volleyball is a game that's
all about adjusting and who
can do it faster. We scouted
them well and they didn't do
what we scouted them for and


they did it well."
The Panthers won the first
game fairly easily in front of a
raucous crowd. The Crusaders
were able to respond, winning
the next three games and com-
pleting a season sweep of the
Panthers.
Last season, both teams
advanced to the state semifi-
nals where Nease lost to even-
tual state champion Cardinal
Gibbons and Bishop Kenny
finished runner-up.
This season could have a
similar outcome should both
teams advance deep into the
playoffs. They are each on
opposite sides of the bracket
and could face each other once
more should they both reach
the state finals.
Madden doesn't think a
third win against her team
would come so easily.
"I think player by player, if
you were to stack us up, we
have an overall better team,"
Madden said. "I think we are
young and we have to learn to
play better as a team. I think if
one player has a bad game, the
others need to come in and
help them. We haven't been
able to do that yet. Once we're
able to do that, I think we'll be
unstoppable."
Despite the loss, Madden
believes the match could have
a positive effect on her team.


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Nease High swimmer Kristen Gerkens breaks the surface in the
girls 100-yard backstroke race Tuesday against Fleming Island.


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Panthers libero Cierra Pillsbury dives for a dig Tuesday night against Bishop Kenny. The Panthers
lost in four games but Pillsbury had.20 digs and has surpassed 1,000 in her Nease playing career.


"We're still getting better,"
Madden said. "We're still
improving. When we play, we
have no idea what to work on.
The team thinks they're good
enough and they just want to
go home and it's hard to keep
focused when you don't think
you have anything to work on.
"Now they see that they do.
They see they have things to
work on. So this was good for
us."
The Panthers were led by
Holland Hoefnagel's 10 kills.
Hoefnagel also added three
blocks in the loss. Senior Paige
DePreist recorded six kills and
10 digs. Chelsea Kirschman
also had six kills.
Cierra Pillsbury recorded 20
digs, improving the school
career record she set at
Matanzas last Monday when
Pillsbury passed the 1,000-dig
mark.
The Panthers were able to
rebound Wednesday against St.
Augustine, defeating the Yellow
Jackets in three games, 25-13,
25-14, 25-15 in a district


match.
Next up for the Panthers is
the St. Johns River'Athletic
Conference tournament which
holds the possibility of playing
Bartram Trail.
The tournament is scheduled
throughout next week at
Middleburg High School. The
district tournament follows the
week after at St. Augustine.

GIRLS SWIMMING
Nease 210, Fleming Island
75
Nease easily out-pointed
Fleming Island in a meet
Tuesday at the Winston Family
YMCA in Ponte Vedra.
The Panthers relay team of
Amanda Santillo, Gemma
Hoffman, Alayna Erhard and
Kristen Gerkens won the 200
medley relay in 1:58.19.
Gerkens won the 200
freestyle in 2:00.38, as well as
the 100 backstroke in 1:02.30.
Santillo took first in the 100
breaststroke (1:13.59) and 100
butterfly with a time of
1:02.32.


Other individual winners
included Annie Yin in the 200
IM, Erhard in the 50 free,
Grace Hoffman in the 100 free,
and Kathleen Holterman in the
500 free.

BOYS SWIMMING
Nease 148, Fleming Island
136
The Panthers boys team
edged Fleming Island in a close
meet.
Individual winners included
Wes Stevenson in the 200 free
(1:59.25), Nicholas Holterman
in the 200 IM (2:08.99) and
100 breaststroke (1:07.85),
Mychal Tarr in the 100 butter-
fly (1:02.18), Austin Lockerman
in the 500 free, and Alex
Campaneria in the 100 back-
stroke race (1:07.58).
Matt Schlytter won both the
50 free (22.19) and 100 free in
which he clocked 49.16 to
reinain undefeated at that dis-
tance this season.
SNease boys teams won the
200 medley relay, the 200 free
relay and the 400 free relay.


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Photo by DAVID ROSENBLUM
Panthers No. 2 golfer M.J. Maguire follows his tee shot Wednesday during the St. Johns River
Athletic Conference championships at the Slammer and Squire golf course. Heading into yester-
day's final regular-season match of the year, Nease had amassed an unblemished 26-0 record.








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Week 6 of the hi


school football season


Photos by ROB DeANGELO


TOP LEFT: Fletcher High run-
ning back Deschion Basker-
ville encounters an Ed White
defender Monday night.
LEFT: Nease High kicker
Andrew Barker attempts a field
goal in the rain last Friday
night.
ABOVE: Nease receiver
Jordan Anderson eyes the end
zone on a 12-yard TD recep-
tion.


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Q question: Dr. Smith,
what is a "high ankle
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Answer: Virtually unheard
of just a few years ago, "high
ankle sprains" are now com-
monly discussed in the world
of both professional and ama-
teur sports.
Of course, ankle sprains are a
common injury in all athletics,
but a high ankle sprain is a dif-
ferent animal all together.
First, let us talk a little anato-
my. Your ankle is basically
made up of three bones, the
tibia; the fibula and the talus,
plus the ligaments that con-
nect them to each other.
Most ankle sprains occur when
the foot rolls under the leg,
stretching and tearing the
outer ligaments between the
fibula (lateral malleolus) and
the talus (ankle bone).
This causes the typical pain,
swelling, and limping that you
get with an ankle sprain.
Dependent upon how badly
you've injured the ligaments,
most get back to play within
two-to-four weeks.
This is different for the high
ankle sprain, which tears the
ligaments that join the tibia
(shin) to the fibula (outer leg
bone) just
above the ankle.
This ligament h
connection is
called the syn- s i
desmosis, and a
tear here is a
much more
severe injury in
and it takes tf ibl
much longer to
recover. above
A high ankle
sprain is most
common in football. This
often occurs when a defender
slides down a runner's leg
while trying to make a tackle.
With a high ankle sprain,
the foot rolls out, and the liga-
ments between the tibia and
fibula are torn, which may
allow the bones that make up
your ankle to separate. This
may require a cast, and recov-
ery is expected to take at least
six weeks, and could take as
long as three to four months.
Obviously this could bother


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GREGORY
SMITH, M.D.
CONTRIBUTOR


the athlete for the entire sea-
son, limiting his or her ability
to run, jump and cut.
Occasionally with a high
ankle sprain, the ligaments are
completely torn, and the bones
of the leg will move apart from
each other, and the ankle
slides out of position.
This would require that one
or two screws be surgically
placed between the two bones
to hold them together while
the ligaments heal. The screws
would be removed before
allowing the athlete back to
play.
This is the exact injury that
Terrell Owens
sustained when
he played with
the Philadelphia
A the Eagles. Owens
missed several
games at the
end of the sea-
son, but made a
u st a return for
Philadelphia's
be finale in the
Super Bowl here
in Jacksonville.
Although the recovery is
much longer and the injury is
ultimately more severe with a
high ankle sprain, the physical
findings can actually be mini-
mal. Very little swelling may
be seen with a high ankle
sprain. The treatment team,
including the trainers and the
doctors must have a high
index of suspicion to ensure
that this injury is not missed.
This column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports, medi-


cine, and safety. It is not intend-
ed to serve as a replacement for
treatment by your regular doctor.
It is only designed to offer guide-
lines on the prevention, recogni-
tion, and care of injuries and ill-
ness. Specific concerns should be
discussed with your physician.,
Mail your questions to Gregory
Smith, MD Sportsmedicine,
1250 S. 18th Street, Suite 204,
Femandina Beach, FL 32034.


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Basketball League
The FHS Recreational Coed
Basketball League will soon
begin accepting registrations.
League is for youngsters in
grades 3 through 8, although
younger players capable of
shooting on a 10-foot basket
will also be allowed to play.
Game dates are Oct. 27,
Nov. 3, Nov. 17, Dec. 1, Dec. 8
and Dec. 15 with tournaments
to follow.
Registration takes place
Saturday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m.
until 1 p.m.. Fee is $65 per
player and includes a jersey,
five regular season games and
a postseason tournament.
For more information, con-
tact Rich Banks or Corey
Jackson at Fletcher High
School 247-5905 ext. 156.

Registration for youth bas-
ketball at the Winston Family
YMCA will continue until
Nov. 8.
The Super Sports'league is
for children ages 4 to 7 of all
skill levels. Fee for members is
$65 and $105 for program par-
ticipants.
The Premier League is for


children ages 8 to 16 and is a
competitive travel program
playing games against other
local YMCAs. Fee is $80 for
members and $130 for pro-
gram participants.
For both leagues, player
evaluations take place Nov. 13
and 15, with games beginning
Dec. 13 and 14.
To register, visit the Y at 170
Landrum Lane in Ponte Vedra.
Payment must be made at the
time of registration.
Beaches Basketball
League
A beaches basketball league
is open to boys and girls 3
years old through 5th grade.
The league starts December 29
and runs through Saturday,
March 1.
Play consists of an eight-
game season and all players
receive a T-shirt, trophy and
basketball.
For more information or an
application, visit beachesbas-
ketball.com or phone Tommy
Hulihan at 349-2611.
Christmas Sports
Camps
A sports camp will take place
at St. Paul's School during the


Christmas break. Camp will
take place in two sessions:
December 20-21 (cost is $50)
and Dec. 26-28 (cost is $75).
Campers will participate in
team sports and age-appropri-
ate activities like basketball,
flag football, kick ball, tag
games and more. On Fridays,
all campers will receive a T-
shirt, have pizza and go to
Beach Bowl for bowling.
For more information and
an application, visit beaches-
basketball.com or phone
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611.
Fishing
The next Xtreme Redfish
Tournament will take place
Oct. 13 at the Joe Carlucci
Boat Ramp. Phone George
Atelevich at 514-4829 for more
information.
Golf
The Nease High girls golf
team defeated Bartram Trail,
159-208, on Tuesday at
Jacksonville Beach Golf Club.
Panthers No. 1 Catherine
O'Donnell shot a 38 and was
medalist. Teammate Brighid
Hourihan carded a 39, Sarah
Knapp finished with a 41 as
did Sam Snyder.


Other Nease scores included
Kim Knox's 42 and a 54 from
Kelsey Hughes.
With the win, the Panthers
remained undefeated at 14-0.

The second annual St.
Anthony's Home Golf
Marathon will take place Nov.
5 at Ponte Vedra Golf &
Country Club at Sawgrass (for-
merly Oakbridge).
St. Paul's Catholic Church in
Jacksonville Beach sponsors St.
Anthony's Home, an orphan-
age in Jamaica, and the golf
tournament serves as a
fundraiser.
Organizers are seeking 20
teams to play 100 holes of golf
in one day, about six to eight
hours. and obtain hole pledges
for their efforts. There is no
entry fee, but participants
must make an effort to reach a
pledge goal of $2,500 per .
-team.
For more information phone
Tom Taylor at 334-3078, Mike
Krivensky at 945-3759, Richard
Miller at 502-9581 or Mike
Lynch at 982-3171.
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-JAGS-TIX
(press 3), 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.
The Jaguars home schedule
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-
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matchup against the defend-
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Indianapolis Colts, are also
still available.
For more information, fans
can.visit jaguars.com or phone
633-2000 (press 2).


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 instruction
at a cost of $90 per person.
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 contact
the Club at 285-6166 ext. 3.
Volleyball
Last weekend's end of season
First Coast Summer Blast
beach volleyball tournament
was postponed due to red tide
and rainy weather along
Jacksonville Beach.
Following two postpone-
ments, the event has tentative-
ly been rescheduled for
Saturday, Oct. 13. Visit jack-
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Success at Easterns was group



effort for North Florida surfers


By KAYLA BECKMANN
SURFING CORRESPONDENT

anyone who has attend-
ed the ESA's Eastern
Surfing Championships
knows that the experience
goes well beyond the contest
itself. What goes on outside
of the water is almost as
exciting as what goes on in
it.
The week of September 23-
30th was a very significant
time for East Coast surfers.
After spending a year surfing
district and regional contests,
28 surfers from North Florida
made the 10-hour drive to
Cape Hatteras, North
Carolina to showcase their
skills at Easterns in hopes of
earning the title of East Coast
Champion.
Individually, North Florida
surfers took home 13 tro-
phies, five East Coast titles,
and three new ESA All Star
Team members; however, the
success of the group was truly


Surf


Culture


a team effort.
At Easterns, the North


Florida tent is an interesting
place to be around. The
moms on the trip make sure
all the competitors are eating
right and hydrating through-
out the day. They also pro-
vide the loudest cheer squad
on the beach, easily overpow-
ering the announcer.
If you're in need of guid-
ance before a heat, our ESA
director Mitch Kaufmann is
always around to provide
words of wisdom as well as
inspirational pep talks.
"Hatteras loves you, heck,
America loves you!"
Kaufmann exclaimed to new
Senior Men's champ Buddy
Evans before a heat.
Along with the "pre-game
talks," everyone has his or
her own strategy to get ready
before competing. Some may
watch the waves and plan,
while another surfer like
Jason Motes rocks out to his
iPod and jumps around, scar-
ing off any competitors with-
in a half-mile radius.
After a long day at the


beach, you'd normally be
ready to head home and go
off to sleep to get ready for a
7 a.m. heat the next morn-
ing. Not in Hatteras. The
party continues into the
night as we celebrate the
day's victories.
Things have been known to
get a little rowdy, but it really
just isn't Hatteras without a
few bumps and bruises as
well as the possibility of
embarrassing photos in the
morning.
Though fun is important at
Easterns, team North Florida
knows how to buckle down
when it's time to compete,
which is apparent by the
impressive results.
North Florida ESA is more
than a group of surfers it's
a family whose members are
there for each other for good
and bad, wins and losses, in
and out of the water. I feel
very fortunate to be a part of
this family and can't wait to
see what tlh 2008 season will
hold.


Photo submitted
Atlantic Beach's Steve Moore competes in the 2005 Epic SurfMlinistries Fall Classic. Moore, 32, placed fourth in the Masters divi-
sion during last month's East Coast Championships in Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.


Moore mixes spirituality and surfing


By JENNIFER KNOECHEL
STAFF WRITER

Surfing is a part of a
Christian lifestyle for Steve
Moore. Moore, 32, placed
fourth in the masters division
of the East Coast
Championships in Cape
Hatteras, N.C. last month and
he is heading to Huntington
Beach, Calif. next week for the
U.S. Championships, the
largest amateur surfing compe-
tition in the country.
He credits his surfing life to
his spirituality.
"The whole nature of the
sport is spiritual," said Moore,
who lives in Atlantic Beach.
"When I'm out in the water
there are no problems; it's just
peace between you and God."
Moore grew up in
SJacksonville Beach and said he
was always out in the water
boogie boarding and surfing.
He graduated from Fletcher


I got saved about a
year ago and ever since
then my life keeps get-
ting better... surfing is a
lifestyle for me just trav-
eling around and com-
peting. I give all the cred-
it to God.


Steve Moore
Masters competitor


High in 1993 and has been
surfing competitively for
about 20 years.
His latest venture is chasing
hurricanes up and down the
East Coast and surfing swells
for The Mission Films [themis-


sionfilms.us].
Maxwell Morrill, executive
producer of Mission Films, and
his crew have been around for
15 years filming surfing, snow-
boarding and kite surfing in
North America, Central
America and Southeast Asia.
Moore met Morrill in Cape
Hatteras and is now on the
surf team following storms of -
the 2007 hurricane season.
Moore's recent footage is surf-
ing the Jacksonville Beach Pier
and Sebastian Inlet, Fla.
"He follows the weather pat-
terns and he's got this 35-foot
RV and whenever he calls and
wants to go I have to be
ready," Moore said. "It's an
adrenaline rush."
Moore is also active in the
local Christian surfing groups
Epic Surf Ministries and
Christian Surfers. The groups
meet weekly for bible study
and surfing.
Epic meets Thursdays from


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Ribault Garden Center in
Jacksonville Beach and
Christian Surfers meets every
Thursday between 6 p.m. and
8 p.m. oceanfront at 10th
street in Atlantic Beach [by the
old AB pier].
"I got saved about a year ago
and ever since then my life
keeps getting better," Moore
said. "It's a lot of fun and
there are a lot of good people
involved."
Moore is sponsored by Fig
Tree Clothing [figtreecloth-
ing.com], Resin8 surfboards,
Cobian flip flops, Anarchy eye
wear, the christian clothing
company 999Life and Slacker
Surf and Skate in Jacksonville
Beach.
Working as a waiter at
Ragtime Restaurant in Atlantic
Beach gives him a flexible
schedule for surfing. He has
surfed all along the East Coast,
West Coast and in CostaRica
and Puerto Rico over the years
and he'is planning to move
to San Diego for three months
next summer to surf.
"Surfing is a lifestyle for me
just traveling around surfing
and competing," Moore said.
"I give all the credit to God."


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My best surf trip
was taken right here at
home.
I was away at college, and
had just gotten a new room-
mate a wiry little guy
named Mike who recently
transferred over from the
University of Hawaii. All he
did every night was brag
about the "killer surf" they
had there.
Well, I had had enough, so
I invited him to come home
with me for the weekend and
surf the poles at Atlantic
Beach.
I figured that the surf
would be its usual one to
three feet, if lucky, but it
would still be good just to
get home.
It was Labor Day weekend,
1970. A couple ot hurricanes
had blown a 12-foot perfect
swell onto our beaches. We
jumped into the surf that
morning. The wind was light
and out of the west. The
tubes were big enough to
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loud.
Photographers from all the
magazines were perched in
the dunes with huge telepho-
to lenses on their cameras.
Mike and I came in from
surfing about four hours
later, totally exhausted. The
sets were so big, it took us
about 20 minutes just to get
out. And there were no
leaches then. If you lost your
board, it was a long, hard
swim in, as the monster
waves were breaking about
300 yards out.
Mike looked at me with
this weird gaze and said, "I
thought there wasn't much
surf on the East Coast."
I casually replied, "We
don't this is actually a bit
small for this time of year."
He never bragged again.
Surf Magazine covered the
weekend with a photo spread
that really did Jacksonville
proud, and I was there!
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WEEKEND


* Native dance ensemble (right)
... see B-2
* Arts
... see B-3
* Screen
... see B-4
* Music
... see B-5


October 12. 2007


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Depression Glass
Depression Glass is the
subject of Friday's Beaches
Branch Library NoonBreak,
to be held from 12-1 p.m. in
the Eloise Claiborne
Community Room.
Designed to brighten the
dreary days of the
Depression, the mass-pro-
duced glassware came in
beautiful colors and pat-
terns. The Beaches Branch
Library is at 600 Third St.,
Neptune Beach.

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.
Hope Clayton sings roman-
tic jazz tonight. Beer, wine,
coffee and desserts are avail-
able for purchase at Shelby's
Coffee Shoppe. The evening
is sponsored by The Shoppes
at 200 First Street. For infor-
mation, call 249-2922.

Buddy Walk
The fifth annual Buddy
Walk to raise public aware-
ness for the National Down
Syndrome Society is 9 a.m.
Saturday at the SeaWalk
Pavilion in Jacksonville
Beach. The 1-mile walk on
the beach and its supporting
activities, to include music,
clowns and inflatables, runs
to 1 p.m..
Last year's Buddy Walk
raised more than $100,000
in Jacksonville. For informa-
tion about the Buddy Walk,
call 904-353-6300 or visit
www.dsaj.org.

Basic Inshore Salt Water
Angling
A class on basic inshore
salt water angling will be
held starting at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday in the Ribault Club
on Ft. George Island.
Ranger Brian will show
important skills such as rig-
ging a line, tying fishing
knots and techniques of
angling. No reservations are
necessary, and the program
is free. Call the Talbot
Islands Ranger Station (904-
251-2320) for information.

Friends of Beaches
Branch Library
The Friends of the Beaches
Branch Library, 600 N. Third
St., Neptune Beach, hold a
donated book sale that
begins with a members-only
preview from 5-7 p.m. Oct.
18. The public sale runs
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 19-
21. The number to call for
information is 241-1141.

Beach Bash
A BEAM fundraiser, the
fourth annual Beach Bash,
will be held from 6-9 p.m.
Oct. 15 at the Casa Marina
Hotel, Jacksonville Beach.
Tickets for Beach Bash are
$75 per person and available
at Habitat at 241-1222 or
online at
BeachesHabitat.org.

World Affairs Council
Award-winning documen-
tarian Ken Burns is second
up in the World Affairs
Council of Jacksonville lec-
ture series, which begin at
7:30 p.m. in the University
Center. Bums will be in the
UNF Arena Oct. 16. Third on
the schedule is Michael
Rubin, Academic
WorldQuest for invited high
school students at 6 p.m.
Nov. 6; Ret. Army General
John P. Abizaid Jan. 22, Paul
Volcker Feb. 12, Fareed
Zakaria March 11 and Amb.
Christopher Hill on an April
date to be announced.
All lectures are free and
open to the public.
Tickets are available one
month in advance and can
be reserved by calling 620-
2117 or online at
www.unf.edu.

Watch Beach Volleyball
The Jacksonville Volleyball
Club's final beach volleyball
tournament of the season is
scheduled for Saturday. The
tournament will be held
adjacent to the Jacksonville
Beach pier. Check-in will be
at 8 a.m. For information,
visit www.jacksonvillevolley-
ball.com.


Burton will provide good uibes on Sunday


FROM STAFF
Gary Burton, five-time
Grammy-winning vibraphon-
ist, makes his debut appear-
ance with the Beaches Fine
Arts Series at 3 p.m. Sunday
in a free concert in
Jacksonville Beach.
Sharing the stage at St.
Pail's Episcopal Church will
be pianist Makoto Ozone,
who was born and reared in
Kobe, Japan, and studied at
Berklee College of Music in
Boston when Burton was
teaching percussion and
improvisation there.
"I think it's going to be a
great concert," said Kathy
Wallis, executive director of
the Beaches Fine Arts Series.
Burton is "considered the
foremost vibraphonist that
there is," she said, adding
that the pair did not supply a
list of music they intend to
play.
"Normally, jazz musicians
don't tell you what they're
going to .do because there's
improve Wallis said.
The two have worked
together for more than 20
years, since Burton invited
the young Ozone into his
quartet and took him on a
world tour.
In addition to performing
live together, they have col-
laborated on several record-
ings, beginning with
"Ozone," the younger musi-
cian's 1984 debut album.
Their 2002 CD, "Virtuosi,"
which explores the improvi-
sational possibilities of classi-
cal themes, was nominated
for a Grammy in'the classical
category.


photo submitted
Pianist Makoto Ozone, right,
has led several jazz trios in
the past.
When the pair performed
in London just after
"Virtuosi" was released, a
reviewer for "The Guardian"
gave the concert four stars
out of five.
"We expected high stan-
dards of virtuosity and accu-
racy, but the duo's audacious
reinvention of Gershwin's
piano concerto in F (third
movement) took everyone by
surprise," the review says
(www.guardian.co.uk).
"The hall erupted with
applause. The old warhorse
became a tour de force for
Ozone (playing from memo-
ry), while Burton nonchalant-
ly took the part of the orches-
tra."


Ozone, who returned to
his homeland in 1989, and
Burton, who grew up in
Indiana and now lives in Ft.
Lauderdale, will give a master
class at 3 p.m. Saturday at
Jacksonville University,
Wallis said.
The class will be held in the
theater next to JU's fine arts
building, she said, and inter-
ested persons are invited to
attend, she said.
The seating at Sunday's
concert is first-come, first-
served. Doors open at 2:45
.p.m. at the church, 1150 Fifth
St. N., between 11th and 12th
avenues north.
Visual Artist
Paintings by visual artist
Vincent Dolan will be on dis-
play in the parish hall follow-
ing the concert.
A former Secret Service
Special Agent, Dolan's life
and travel experiences have
inspired much of his paint-
ings.
According to the BFAS,
Dolan captures lines, forms
and spirit in symbolic figures,
landscapes and animals. He
sees the natural harmony of
the design and aspires to epit-
omize honesty and truth in
his representations.
Dolan's show reflects his
feelings for Ireland and con-
sists of a series of recent draw-
ings that explore his perspec-
tives of Irish landscapes,
ancient Celtic archeological
sites and habitats including
isolated, lonely regions,
shorelines, fields, roots and
rocks. Dolan explores this
vast subject by focusing on
the Burren, a small area of
undisturbed natural land.


photo courtesy of CHICKCOREA.COM
Legendary vibraphonist Gary Burton performing with jazz pianist
Chick Corea for the 35th anniversary of their recording "Crystal
Silence."


Twisted Sisters hosting 'Rockabilly Riot'on Saturday


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
The unofficial ambassadors of cool
are bringing the second annual
Rockabilly Riot to the Beaches.
Custom hot rods, souped-up cycles
and authentic foot-stompin' rockabilly
will be-featured at the event held
Saturday at Twisted Sisters, 1266 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach.
Tickets are $5 at the door and $10 to
enter a vintage car or motorcycle in the
car show, which includes entry to the
show. Space is available on a first-come,
first-serve basis. The car show of pre-
1964 vehicles begins at 3 p.m. in Beach
Plaza. Music starts at 6 p.m.
The Hard Luck Car Club will judge
entrants in several categories. Winners
will be awarded a custom, handmade
trophy.
For traditional rockabilly enthusiasts
like event organizer James "Fish"


Mums most traditional fall flower


I've been up in the Chicago
area for the past six days,
and fully expected to be
able to see fall color in all its
glory.
However, the temperatures
up there were higher than
ours, and fall definitely has
barely begun as far as any
color.
Because of all the rain,
much of the fall plants here
are either slow in doing their
thing, or they are not going
to do it at all.
Mums, the most traditional
fall flower for decades, are
not happy campers when
their crown ( middle of the
plant) becomes saturated.
They will quickly develop a
fungus which works from the
inside to the outer leaves and
flowers, and soon every part
of the plant wilts, turns a
mushy brown, and then dies.
You cannot do anything to
prevent it, and if I were you,
I'd yank any out and throw
them away so the fungus
doesn't spread to any other
plant material. Luckily, they
are not terribly expensive,
and might be in your budget
to purchase a few more and
put them in containers so
that if We are expecting rain,
you can move them out of it.
Hand watering is what
they prefer; this way, you
control where the plant gets


BARBARA
MATHESON
GARDENING
COLUMNIST


the water, and make sure it is
only to the dirt and not to
the leaves and flowers.
Some plants are putting
out so much new growth in
response to the rains that
you may have to do heavy
pruning now to keep them in
bounds. The sooner you do
this, the better you'll be
because any time you prune,
hormones throw the plant
into a growth spurt.
This new growth will get
freeze burned if a sudden
spurt of cold comes our way.
Typically, we don't need to
worry about that for another
month, but I wouldn't count
on it.
There are some plants that
can be pruned all year long,


and generally, they are not
problems for us regardless of
the weather. Most of your
"foundation landscaping" is
probably made up of these
plants. They are ones like:
ligustrum, holly, azalea,
podocarpus, pittosporum,
viburnum, camellia (but if
you prune them now you'll
take away any buds that will
bloom soon), juniper,
loripetulum, etc. I feel
strongly about advising you
never to prune right before a
freeze or in the dead heat of
summer, but otherwise, these
plants are quite resilient.
Those of you who live by
the beach usually have plants
like bougainvillea, mandevil-
la, alemanda, bird of paradise
- tropical plants. If these
plants were growing in their
natural environment, you
would see that they love the
rain, as in a rain forest set-
ting.
Chances are'then, that
these plants are doing well in
your yard because of the
heavy rains. However, keep
an eye on them because if
the soil turns sour, the plant
will lose its feeder roots and
then die.
Probably insects would
attack it before it actually


See MATHESON, B-2


Alcorn of the local rockabilly band The
Kings of Hell, the event provides an
outlet for artistic expression in an envi-
ronment that is representative of the
counterculture.
Fast cars will serve as the backdrop
while the music of the Black Top
Drifters, Tape Kat Wreckers, Whiskey
Romance, Big Jeff Special, Sick Boyz and
headliners The Kings of Hell will pro-
vide the soundtrack.
"We are trying to expose people to
the scene, the culture, the music and all
the things that go with it," he said.
"There are all kinds of events like this
all over the country."
The inaugural Rockabilly Riot started
small, like primer on a vintage Ford
Mercury. But with the dedication of
Alcorn and some good old-fashioned
elbow grease, the event is evolving into
a well-oiled machine.
"It's twice as hard to make it happen
with twice the bands," Alcorn said.


"With the right planning it can hap-
pen. There is an audience for it, defi-
nately."
Local car clubs, the all-girl roller
derby team the First Coast Fatales, rock-
abilly bands from across the state and
the tightknit group of supporters are
banding together to help make the
Rockabilly Riot a success.
"It's been really cool to have every-
one pull together. Everybody really
stepped up and came in and said, 'What
can we do?' Alcorn added.
"I said if we all get three people to
come there is no reason with a town as
big as this this that we can't make this
as big as it can be."
In a case of art imitating life, The
Kings of Hell (Alcorn, bassist Sarge
Paulsen, guitarist Martin Connors and
drummer Sebastian Stuto) beat the


See RIOT, B-2


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Photo submitted
Jacksonville University graduate Amanda McDonald's sophisti-
cated series of individual blown glass elements are
combined to create plays with light and color. Her work, includ-
ing "Double Jars" (above), is on display at Eclectric Galleries,
2405 3rd. St. S., Jacksonville Beach. See art scene, B-3.


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October 12, 2007


THEATRE NOTICES


photo submitted
The Kevin Locke Native Dance Ensemble performs at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Wilson Center For the Arts on the South
Campus of Florida Communuty College. Tickets are $33. Call 632-3373.



Matheson: Time to assess yard's drainage paths


Cont. from B-1
died, but check on the smell
of the soil, and if it is sour, dig
it (the soil) out. Let the area
dry out a bit, and replace it
with clean, new soil.
By all means use this rainy
time as a way to assess your
yard's drainage paths. You
may have standing water that
simply will not go away. If so,
you need to dig a new path
for it to follow, or possibly a
French drain will be necessary.
If the sewer drains are all
clogged, by all means, be a
Good Samaritan and get the
junk out that is clogging it.
Yard laborers are not sup-
posed to,bebloQwingthe grass
clippings into the storm
drains, and neither is the
homeowner. Frankly, I'd
report a company and a
homeowner that is doing this
to the city authorities.


Think about the new
increase in your taxes because
of drainage issues. a good por-
tion of this is from clogged
drain lines that start with
"stuff" being blown into the
center of the road or right
along the curb. How about
raking it up or sucking it up
with a yard vac?
Let's not allow anyone to be
so detached from responsibili-
ty. Really, where is their brain?
Lastly, I need to warn you
about a strange sounding
problem, but one that has
caused the death of a person
right here in Jacksonville. This
person happens to be a friend
Q ,frfiendJ.QfOours, and he,,was
just using bags of mulch to
mulch his beds.
Because the mulch got so
wet, it developed a fungus,
either while it was in the bag
or after it had been spread.


Somehow the man came
down with a breathing prob-
lem that resulted in his
-demise, and it was traced back
to a fungus in the mulch that
eventually ended up in his
lungs. He was hospitalized,
and died. The doctors were
befuddled, they tried all kinds
of antibiotics, but nothing
helped. I may be missing
some information, but you get
the gist of it.
If you have bags of mulch
sitting out in the rain, don't
use it until it dries out. Rake it
flat so it can do this.
Otherwise, shovel it up very
carefully, using a face mask,
,,glqoyes, and anything else you
can think of to protect your-
self from inhaling the spores
and from the spores adhering
to your clothing. Bag it and
put it out for the yard trash.
Buy fresh, dry mulch for


replacement.
I realize that this sounds
rather extreme, but suppose it
were you or your loved one? If
I hear anymore helpful infor-
mation about this, I'll let you
know. And, it is a good idea
anyway to rake the mulch in
existing beds to allow it to dry
out a bit. we have had an
incredible amount of rain and
massive puddles hidden from
view could be breeding a lot
more than mosquitoes and
fungus.
So, I am anxious to open
my windows and get some
fresh air moving through the
house. Perhaps this next week
will be the beginning of fall
for us. I believe the Chicago
area was to receive a very cold
blast from Canada today.
Call me if I can be of help
at 363-9872.


Riot: Kings developed a solid fan base in Iceland


Cont. from B-1
pavement for over two years
before they finally started to
book "money gigs."
While the band earned
props at home by playing local
watering holes, Alcom said
The Kings of Hell established
a solid fan base in Iceland,
attributed largely to the coun-
try's pageantry surrounding
the celebration of music as a
whole.
SThe backwards hero worship
is a little disarming, Alcorn
said, not because the band
isn't worthy of high praise but
because their-own city was ini-
tially reluctant to take the
band seriously.
"It's pretty weird. There is a
scene in Iceland now. People
support music over there a lot


more than they do here," he
said. "It is kind of a novelty
here."
Once the second riot is
tucked under their collective
belts, Alcorn said the Kings of
Hell has no plans to change
gears any time soon. The band
will continue branching out to
explore other creative outlets
from alt-country to acoustic to
straight up punk rock.
"We are becoming more ver-
satile," he said. "We just want
to see where this takes us."
Rising success and a growing
roster of connections recently
landed the Kings of Hell on
stage at the Veterans Memorial
Arena opening for national
touring act Godsmack.
When the opening band
dropped out at the 11th hour,


The Kings of Hell were called
on'to fill the slot with less than
16 hours notice before show
time.
"It was pretty huge. On a
fluke the opener canceled and
we were asked to play through
friends of friends," he said of
the band's performance in
front of 3,000 concert goers.
"They were. all really nice
people and they made us feel
very comfortable."
The Kings of Hell just
returned two weeks ago from
South Carolina where they
performed for sailors stationed
at a Navy base and plan to
travel to Kings Bay and .Key
West before signing on to
entertain troops overseas.
A new full-length CD of all
original material is tentatively


planned for the first of next
year and the band is slated to
record with former Limp Bizkit
bassist Sam Rivers.
"We got the forward
momentum going," Alcorn
said. "We're just trying to keep
up."

Band Schedule
6:15-6:45 p.m. Tape Kat
Wreckers
Whiskey Romance 7:15- 8
p.m.
Black Top Drifters 8:30 -
9:15 p.m.
Big Jeff Special-- 9:45-10:30
p.m.
Sick Boyz 11-11:45 p.m.

The Kings of Hell 12:15
a.m. 1 a.m.


FOR THE KIDS


"STEEL MAGNOLIAS" -
The musical runs through
Sunday 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
Saturday and noon on Sunday.
Admission ranges from $39 to
$46 for dinner and show. Call
641-1212 for information.

"FRANKENSTEIN" -
Mary Shelley's monster classic
is presented at 7:30 p.m. every
Thursday through Saturday
until Oct. 27 at The Limelight
Theatre, 11 Old Mission
Avenue, St.. Augustine.
Matinees are held at 2 p.m. on
Saturday and Sunday. Tickets
are $20 for adults, $10 for stu-
dents. Call (904) 825-1164 for
information.

"SOIREE AWAY" Players
By The Sea presents perform-
ances from Al Letson, Derek
Coghlan and others at 7:30
p.m. today and Saturday at the
theater, 106 6th Street North,
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets are
$25. Call 249-0289 for informa-
tion.

"ALL OF THE ABOVE" -
The musical benefitting
Artbreakers: Artists for the
Fight Against Cancer, is staged
at 8 p.m. Oct. 15, 16, 17, 22, 23
and 24 at The Limelight
Theatre, 11 Old Mission
Avenue, St. Augustine.
Admission is $20. Call 669-
0415 for information.

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ents the music of the late John
Denver at 8 p.m. today and
Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday at the Wilson
Center for the Arts at the FCCJ
South Campus, 11901 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville. Call 632-
3373 for ticket information.

"HEARTBREAK HOUSE"
- George Bernard Shaw's pro-
duction is staged at 7:30 p.m.
today and Saturday and Oct.
18, 19 and 20 at Jackosnviller
university's Swisher Theater,
2800. University Blvd. N.,
Jacksonville. A matinee will be
held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, oct.
21. Call 256-7371 for informa-
tion.

"JOSEPH & THE TECHNI-
COLOR DREAMCOAT" The
musical runs through Sunday
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
Saturday and noon on Sunday.
Admission ranges from $39 to
$46 for dinner and show. Call
641-1212 for information.

"FRANKENSTEIN"
Mary Shelley's monster classic
is presented, at 7:30 p.m. every
Thursday through Saturday
until Oct. 27 at The Limelight
Theatre, 11 Old Mission
'Avenue, St. Augustine.
Matinees are held at 2 p.m. on
Saturday and Sunday. Tickets
are $20 for adtilts, $10 for stu-
dents. Call (904) 825-1164 for
information.


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A Rose Petal Cottage open
house is offered at My Gym,
14444 Beach Blvd.-#5, from
4:30-7:30 p.m. Friday. The Rose
Petal Cottage is a new role play
environment for young girls. At
the end of the weekend, two
winners will take home the Rose
Petal Collection. For informa-
tion, call My Gym at 223-4966.

ADVENTURE LANDING
Adventure Landing, at 1944
Beach Blvd., offers a variety of
kids events through to year's
end, continuing Friday and run-
ning to Oct. 31 with Hall of
Terror and Hallo-Wee Zone.
Also coming up are Dec. 15:
Breakfast with the Care Bears
and Santa, followed by a free
Meet & Greet; Dec. 1-19: Teddy
Bear Toy Drive; and Dec. 31:
Noon Year's Eve, with a Balloon
Drop at Noon. For information,
call 246-4386.

STORYTIME SCIENCE
Storytime Science will be held
from 10-10:45 .a.m. Oct. 17 at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road S. The program
is for children ages 7 and under
and their adult companions. A-
story will be read, then the sci-


ence involved will be studied.

CAMP UNDER STARS
Atlantic Beach's FunDay and
Camp Out Under the Stars at
Jack Russell Park has been
rescheduled to Oct. 20.
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. Friday. For informa-
tion, call 247-5828.

HANNA PARK STAR GAZE
A Hanna Park Star Gaze runs
from 8-10 p.m. Oct. 20 at Lot 8.
All stargazers and would-be
astronomers are invited to join
members of the Northeast
Florida Astronomical Society
(NEFAS) and their telescopes for
an exploration of the night sky.
If skies are cloudy, call the
NEFAS message line at 858-3347
to see if the program has been
cancelled.

WACKY WEDNESDAYS
WITH KYDS
On early release days, Wacky
Wednesday with KYDS will be
held at Lee's Ice Cream in


Atlantic Beach. The hours will
be 1:45-5 p.m. Oct. 24, Nov. 7
and Nov. 28. Lee's Ice Cream is
at 299-2 Atlantic Blvd. For infor-
mation, call 339-0442. All the
events are free and open to the
public. Donations will be
accepted to, benefit BEAM
[Beaches Emergency Assistance
Ministry].

BEACH WALK AND TALK
Beach Walk and Talk runs
from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Oct. 25 at
Hanna Park. The session begins
in Parking Lot 8. A guided tour
of the oceanfront park is part of
the Great Florida Birding Trail.
Dress for the weather and loca-
tidn. This program is for all
ages, but not appropriate for
strollers. The park admission fee
is $3 per vehicle for up to six
occupants, plus $1 per each
additional person. The fee must
be paid to enter the park.

SPIDERS!!
Spiders will be presented from
11 a.m.-12 p.m. Oct. 29 at
Castaway Island Preserve, 2885
San Pablo Road S. Participants
will learn about the often mis-
understood arachnids, while
discovering the benefits of co-
existing with native spiders of


Northeast Florida. They will
learn how to identify those that
are more hazardous. The pro-
gram, which is for all ages,
meets inside the education cen-
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ARTS


Dodge is legend in Jacksonville-area art circles


Both as an administrator
and an artist Joseph Jeffers
Dodge is a legend in
Jacksonville.
Dodge served as director of
the Cummer Museum of Art
and Gardens from 1967 to
1972, making significant
acquisitions to the collec-
tions and establishing educa-
tional programs.
As a self-taught artist, his
works include still life, land-
scapes, figures and jazz. An
exhibit of his works opened
at the Cummer Museum this
week.
Seniors can enjoy this
exhibit at the "Especially for
Seniors Talks and Tea" pro-
gram at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 17, and
Thursday, Oct. 18.
Reservations are required and
a fee of $6 for both members
and non-members is
required.
Families can enjoy the
exhibit at a free day at the
museum from noon to 5 p.m.
on Sunday, Oct. 21. Another
special event will take place
at the Cummer this month
when Jim Draper wifl give a
figurative drawing workshop
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 17. A supply
list of drawing materials will
be available upon registra-
tion. A catered lunch and
model fee is included. Call
356-1630.
Tonight, three events of
interest will take place. The
Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra will open "New
Work," an exhibit featuring
drawing, painting, mixed
media, printmaking and pho-
tography by Sarah Dodd, Cris
Coleman and Matthew
Abercrombie.
See what these merging
artists from the Beaches are
producing as they are influ-
enced by contemporary art
today. A reception will be
held from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
where you can enjoy the jazz
music of the James Anderson
Trio and the hors d'oeuvres
provided by the Twisted
Martini and the Chef's
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Garden.
The Center is at 50
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 260-0614.
'Eclectic Galleries will open
"Five to Grow With" today
to celebrate its fifth anniver-
sary. "
The exhibit features five
emerging student artists from
Jacksonville University's
College of Fine Arts.
The show will support
Jacksonville University's
College of Fine.Arts. All pro-
ceeds from the sale of the
student work will go back to
the artists and to JU to sup-
port arts programs.
The exhibit will feature
four glass artists and a ceram-
ics artist. A reception will be
held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The
gallery is at 2405 Third Street
South, Jacksonville Beach.
* *
Tonight, First Street Gallery
invites you to a book signing
event from 7 to 9 p.m.
Atlantic Beach author and
artist Kelley Laughran will
be signing her second book,
"The Keeper."-
The book is a young adult
ghost story which takes place
in a lighthouse Kelley stayed
in. On Friday, Oct. 19, First
Street Gallery will open an
exhibit, "Images of the First
Coast," works by photogra-
pher Will Dickey. A recep-
tion will be held from 7 to 9
p.m. First Street Gallery is at
,,216-B First Street. Neptune;
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Beach. Call 241-6928.
The Adele Grage Cultural
Center in Atlantic Beach
announced the opening of a
new exhibit, "Synergy," the
paintings of Margo Buccini,
a Ponte Vedra artist, on
Friday, Oct. 16.
A reception will be held
from 6 to 8 p.m. Buccini's
works are a collection of
large, vivid oil paintings con-
sisting of abstract and signa-
ture healing wave motifs, a
quote from the artist.
The works are contempo-
rary, colorful and unique in
subject matter. See this
exhibit through Dec. 14 at
216 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. Call 247-5828.
Thursday, Oct. 18, is the
date of the inaugural North
Beaches Art Walk. The event
will be held from 5 to 9 p.m.
Galleries and businesses will
be open to feature the art of
local artists in a quarter-mile
radius. The walk will include
the Town Center area in
addition to the Adele Grage
Cultural Center.
Call 743-3710 or 273-2987
for information.
Jazz vocalist Natalie Cole
performs at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 20, at the
North Florida Fine Arts
Center. A special VIP after-
party will be held at Casa
Marina Hotel and Restaurant
in Jacksonville Beach. Call
620-2678 for information.
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The Jacksonville Museum
of Contemporary Art
announced that Sunday
Brunch has ended at Cafe
Nola. Beginning Nov. 1, Cafe
Nole will have expanded din-
ner service every Wednesday,
*Thursday and Friday from 5 o
9 p.m.
SBeginning this week
"Studio MOCA" will have
adult art classes on
Wednesday evenings from 6
to 8 p.m. Drawing with live
models taught by Jonathan
Lux will be featured.
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First Street Gallery will host a book signing for Atlantic Beach author Kelley Loughranfrom 7 to 9
p.m. today at 216 B First Street, Neptune Beach. Call 241-6928 for more details.


Bungalow Artworks 1150 5th St. N. in
announced it will have a bas- Jacksonville Beach.'
ket weaving class on Oct. 20 The exhibit is part of the
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The reception that will follow the
cost is $55 and includes all Gary Burton/Makoto Ozone
supplies, instruction by mas- concert at 3:30 p.m. Patrons
ter basket weaver Debbie may purchase Dolan's paint-
Ferrell and a light lunch. ings during the reception.
To reserve your spot call Dolan spent 29 years as a
981-9493. The class is limited Special Agent with the Secret
to 12 people. Service and U.S. Customs. His
S* life and travel experiences
The Cultural Center at and exposure to new art and
Ponte Vedra will issue a call cultures have inspired much
to artists for a show to be of his paintings.
held at the Center from Dec. *
7 to Jan 12. This will be a FCCJ's Wilson Center host-
juried show for members, ed a preview screening this.
There will be an entry fee of week of "Ecology" from the
$25. More details will follow -fourth season premier of the
next week. PBS program "Art:21 Art
* in the Twenty-First
The Beaches Fine Arts Century."
Series will feature the artwork "Art:21," premiering on
of Vincent Dolan on Sunday PBS Oct. 28, is the only
in the Parish Hall at St. Paul's prime-time national televi-
by the Sea Episcopal Churc-h, .-.sion series-to focus exclusive-


ly on contemporary art and
artists.
Through in-depth profiles
and interviews, the series
reveals the inspiration, vision
and techniques behind the
creative work of some of
today's most accomplished
artists.
The FCCJ event was part of
Art:21 Access '07, an interna-
tional celebration of contem-
porary art and creativity pre-
senting more than 300 events
in 50 states, 25 countries,
and seven continents.
Through the PBS series, audi-
ences will have the opportu-
nity to experience the
breadth and depth of 17
renowned contemporary
artists living in the U.S.
The free FCCJ screening
was presented in partnership
with Americans for the Arts
during National Arts and
Humanities.Month.. -.,


ECLECTIC

photo submitted
Left: 'The Twelve" by Audrey
Sefton. Each of the pit-fired
ceramic vessels are glazed
crafted to reflect the personali-
ty traits of one of the 12
Apostles. For example, Peter
is represented upside-down
because he was crucified
upside-down. He did not want
his death to emmulate Christ's
death. Judas, at far right,
broke confidence and betrayed
Christ thus the broken ves-
sel. Sefton's work is on exhibit
at Eclectic Galleries in
Jacksonville Beach.


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Crowe, Bale on track in '3:10 to Yuma'


by SARAH LINWOOD
CONTRIBUTOR
In recent years, Westerns
have lost their allure. Perhaps
it's the fact the younger genera-
tion is almost obsessed with
cars and can't fathom a world
where horses rule the roads.
Then again, it could be the 1-
o-n-g stretch between decent
cowboy features.
Getting back to the present,
moviegoers today now have a
"must-see," the "3:10 to
Yuma."
Based on a short story by
Elmore Leonard, today's "3:10
to Yuma" is a remake of the
1957 original. By all accounts,
it's much better than its ances-
tor.
"3:10's" plot, in many ways,
is offbeat. One possible reason
is its screenwriting trio. It
includes Halsted Welles, who
wrote the.'57 flick's screenplay.
His writing collaborators this
time around are Michael
Brandt and Derek Hass.
Interestingly, both are credited


with the same flicks: "2 Fast, 2
Furious" and "Catch that Kid."
"3:10 to Yuma" opens with
Bale and his family being ter-
rorized and threatened by rail-
road moguls.
Bale, a migrant from the
Northeast, unknowingly
bought a ranch tha"s apparent-
ly on a railroad land grant.
The railroad moguls in actual
history were ruthless, so it is"t
inconcievable they would hire
thugs to force people off their
land. Bale won't take the rail-
Sroad's offer, and their thugs are,.
using arson and worse to force
him to leave.
Bale's teenage son, Logan
Lerman, ("Riding in Cars With
Boys") thinks his dad is cow-
ardly for not using deadly force
against the thugs. Bale's wife is
noncommital but she's clearly
unhappy with her husband's
lack of action.
In a fateful series of inci-
dents, Bale becomes a deputy
escorting notorious robber and
murderer, Russell Crowe,
("Cinderella Man,'


"Gladiator") to Yuma and the
train to territorial prison.
Crowe has a gang, and local
law enforcement believes
they'll come for him. Bale's
involvement is strictly mone-
tary as the posse would split
the price on Crowe's head,
meaning Bale would earn $200.
Crowe, the gang leader, is
multi-dimensional. One of his
"boys" is Ben Foster ("Alpha
Dog"), a psycho and apparent
homosexual.
Though never overtly stated,
theflick makes it semi-clear
that Foster, at the very least,
has a crush on Crowe.
Bale and Crowe wind up hid-
ing in a Yuma hotel room. It's
here we see Crowe, an artist
and extremely intelligent man,
verbally spar with his guard.
Crowe isn't a good man but
hates injustice.
Directing "3:10" was James
Mangold ("Walk the Line,"
"Cop Land"). He does a fine
job wringing performances
from the actors. Does "3:10"
have flaws? Just one: This 117-


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Elizabeth: The Golden Age.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:20,
4:10, 7:00, 9:35.

The Final Season. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:15, 3:55, 7:05, 9:45.
Tyler Perry's: Why Did I Get
Married?. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:10, 4:05, 7:40, 10:30.
We Own The Night. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:05, 4:00, 7:30,
10:10.
The Heartbreak Kid. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:00, 1:30, 3:50,
4:35, 6:50, 7:20, 9:30, 10:00.

The Seeker: The Dark is Rising.
Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs., 12:30,
2:45, 5:05, 7:50, 10:20.
Michael Clayton. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:50, 3:45, 7:25, 10:15.
*5 *
The Game Plan. Rated PG. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:25, 4:15, 7:10, 9:55.
The Kingdom. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:35, 4:25, 7:10, 9:40.
Good Luck Chuck. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:40, 2:55, 5:15, 7:55,
10:30.


WARNER BROS.
Michael Clayton (George Clooney), an in-house "fixer" at one of
the largest corporate law firms in New York, comes face to face
with the reality of who he has become in "Michael Clayton."


The Jane Austen Book Club.
Rated PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:45,
4:30, 7:15, 9:55.
Resident Evil: Extinction. Rated
R. Fri.-Thurs., 12:40, 2:55, 5:10,
7:35, 9:50.
Eastern Promises. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:40, 4:20, 6:55, 9:25.
King of California. Rated PG13.


Fri.-Thurs., 12:30, 2:45, 5:05,
7:45, 10:25.
Mr. Woodcock. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:45, 2:50, 5:00,
7:15, 9:25.
3:10 to Yuma. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:55, 3:40, 6:45, 9:30.
* *
In the Shadow of the Moon.
Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs., 12:35,
2:50, 5:15, 7:40, 10:05.


minute, R-rated flick's final five
minutes won't satisfy, and in
many ways, doesn't make
sense.
Before seeing "3:10" watch
the trailer and visit its official
website at www.310toyumathe-
film.com.
Despite the poor ending,
"3:10" is a Western not to be
missed. It's refreshing to see a
Western with fine character
development in addition to a
decent plot. Don't miss it.


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who live in our community.


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Neptune Beach.

Y Paul has a record of voting to protect our tree canopy and upholding
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& Paul is your neighbor who has a track record of working hard to protect
and preserve the beauty of Atlantic Beach, its fiscal health, its charm,
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COMPUTER GURU


Recently Bill Gates, et al, decided to ignore the
"Update Automatically?" feature built into, every
recent version of Windows.
The controversy centers around Windows
Update. As computers are built in myriad varia-
tions and unsuspected bugs raise their ugly heads,
it's routine to update programs. Microsoft, how-
ever, admits that for years it has been routinely
shuffling and patching files but never goes against
a customer's wishes. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes of
Zdnet.com, a huge, site, found the denial untrue.
"The files which are being updated are part of
Windows Update itself," a company statement
opined, to benefit the customer. Nate Clinton,
Windows Update program manager, stated, "The
point of this explanation is not to suggest that we
were as transparent as we could have been; to the


contrary, people have told us (I bet they did!) that
we should have been clearer on how Windows
Update behaves ..."
When you buy software, you don't REALLY buy
it. You merely license it, and you can bet in the
fine print is a clause that allows it.
What the firm has done is scary, especially since
if an update doesn't fix a problem then that the
file shouldn't be updated. Many times, new code
introduces (inadvertently) problems that previ-
ously didn't exist..
So far, no one has come forth with a solution,
and, Microsoft hasn't said it will discontinue the
practice. Comment at
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CLUB SCENE

Bo's Coral Reef, 201 5th Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach 246-
9874. DJs and female impersonators weekly.
Freebird Live, 200 North 1st Street, Jacksonville Beach,
246-BIRD, features rock music tonight from Amaru, Captain
Kid, Sophomore Attempt and Ambertone. Tickets are
$5 for anyone over 21 and $10 for all under 21.
Saturday, Oct. 13 is an all ages show featuring Michael
Franti & Spearhead. Tickets.are $22.
Sunday, Oct. 14 Stephen Marley performs reggae music for
a good cause.
For every ticket
purchased, $1
will be donated
to the Ghetto
Youths
International
foundation.
The show is all
ages and tickets
are $21 in
advance and
$26 on the day
of show. For
more, informa-
tion about
shows and


upcoming dates
visit www. free-
birdlive.com.


photo from internet
Stephen Marley performs Sunday, Oct. 14, at
Freebird Live.


photo submitted
The Nighthhawks, billed as "the world's greatest bar band," performs today at 10:30 p.m. at Mojo Kitchen and Blues Bar in
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets are $12 at the door at 1500 Beach Blvd. The legendary blues and roots rock band has been recording
for the past 30 years.


CONCERTS


ROSSINI & CO. MUSIC OF WALT
The Jacksonville Syinphony. DISNEY
Orchestra plays Rossini at 11 The Jacksonville Symphony
a.m. and 8 p.m. today in Orchestra performs music
Jacoby Hall at the Times- from Walt Disney films in
Union Center for the Jacoby Hall at the Times-
Performing Arts, 300 W. Water Union Center for the
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10 tips for making your home a happy haven for birds


Dear Jane,
One of my favorite ways to
enjoy coffee in the morning
is by sitting in my kitchen
and watching the birds. Do I
have to lose that with fall
now here?
Thanks,
Margaret L.

Dear Margaret,
Shorter days, cooler nights
- there's no denying that
summer's behind us.
Being a Jane, you've proba-
bly already put away the out-
door furniture, gussied up the
guest bedroom, and begun to
winterize your home.
You're ready for the
onslaught of relatives, friends,
and neighbors who seem to
pop out of the woodwork
when the holidays come
around. But as you prepare
for the dormant days ahead,
take a little time to make your
home an inviting spot for
your guests who won't be
hunkered down inside your
well-insulated house: the wild
birds who call your neighbor-


HEIDI BAKER a]
EDEN JARRI1N
'Be Jane'

hood home, too.
Shelter from the Stoy
Birds need protection
the elements and from p
tors.
Locate your birdhouse
away from prevailing wi
usually your home's sou
and eastern exposures w
provide the warmest, cal
spots.
Brush piles are also an
excellent source of sheltE


Don't forget to about wild birds while making your winter pi
rations.


food for birds. If you needed
an excuse not to get rid of
those dead branches and
leaves, here's your chance! All
that brush offers shelter from
SljU the weather and also provides
S a steady source of worms and
bugs that birds need to sur-
vive.
Needs To Breathe!
Even though you want to
S keep the birds warm, you
want to be sure to provide air
vents as well. You can accom-
,nd plish this by either leaving
gaps between the roof and
the sides of the bird house or
use your drill to make a line
of quarter inch size holes just
below the roof line.
rm Feeding Your Feathered
from Friends
?reda- Keeping your feeders clean
and full is especially impor-
s, tant in winter and fall.
nds; Because birds come to rely on
them local sources of food, letting a
ill feeder go.empty for long can
lmest be life threatening.
Hummingbirds in particular
appreciate feeders in the fall,
er and since their regular sources of
nectar are greatly diminished.
Different species appreciate
different feed mixes; wood-
peckers, nuthatches and
chickadees in particular
appreciate suet-rich formulas.
You can also make a treat
by rubbing a pine cone with
hardened fat (like bacon
grease) and covering it with
birdseed or crumbs.
Water, Water Everywhere
S Birds need increased-sources
of water in the fall. Many of
their regular sources are dried
up and their metabolisms are
working hard to fight increas-
ingly cool temperatures.
Birdbaths, fountains, and
ponds can all be havens.
Make sure they're clean
(check them daily for fallen
leaves), filled with fresh
water, and try not to let it
freeze over.
Drain it?
Although birds need water,
you don't want to have stand-
ing water at the bottom of
your bird house. Just like your
repa- home, you need to make the
bird house with a roof with


an appropriate slope and
overhang. You might also
consider drilling the entrance
hole on an upward slant.
Unfortunately, there will be
those storms that will force
rain water into the bird
house, so make sure you have
proper drainage by cutting
away the corners of the box
floor.
Protect the Food Supply
Regularly check your feed
containers for bugs, mildew
or rot. Make sure the contain-
er is easy for you to get to,
protected from rain and drips,
and sealed off from nuisances
like neighborhood cats or
squirrels.
Unwelcome Guests
With food being readily
accessible, you might attract a
few unwanted guests such as
squirrels, mice, insects and
sometimes snakes. You might
also find an overly protective
mother, so, be careful when
looking inside. Also, be on
the look out for smaller ver-
min such as flies, fleas, mites
and lice in the bottom. If you
find any, be careful to only
use insecticides that are
proven to be 100 percent safe
for birds.
Plan a Bird-Friendly
Backyard
To attract and keep the
broadest variety of birds com-
ing back to your property,
you'll need a landscape plan
that's bird-friendly. Ideally,
your grounds will include a
combination of ground cover,
shrubs, small and large trees.
A variety of plants will do
more than attract a spectrum
of birds and animals; it'll pro-
vide color and breadth that
can help complete a rich
overall outdoor scene.
Keep Out!
Starlings, house sparrows
and other predators will try to
find a way in, So, limit their
options by making sure there
is only one entry point. Bird
houses with numerous points
of entry are usually not the
'hotel' of choice as most birds
don't like to share. And
although a perch just outside
the entry might seem like a


South African wineries are rapidly gaining respect


S outh African wines are
once more becoming avail-
able in world markets after
the anti-apartheid reforms of
the early '90s. Enjoying a
Mediterranean climate, South
African wineries have made a
quantum leap in quality in the
past decade, rapidly gaining
respect and market share in
the global wine markets.
Several wines that we have
sampled recently are making
us believers in the potential for'
South African wines.
A recent visit by David
Finlayson, winemaker and
managing director for Glen
Carlou located in the Paarl
Valley, furthered our impres-
sions of the positive direction
6f these wines. At age 35, the
youthful David is the second
generation to run Glen Carlou
- he took the reins from his
father who founded the winery
in 1985.
He shared with us a story of
his first vivid memory at the
winery, when as a child he
opened a valve to a 15,000-


TOM MARQUART
and PATRICK DARR
'The Wine Guys'
liter tank of pinot noir and was
knocked over by the onrushing
torrent. He also shared his ini-
tial wine epiphany, which was
in 1991 when a friend opened
and shared a 1982 Chateau
Margaux. That experience
inspired David to join in work-
ing the harvest at the Chateau
Margaux in 1995, as part of his
winemaking education.
Mr. Finlayson described the
wines of South Africa some-


Book Review


Memoir makes interesting read


by JOY MICHAEL
DBR MEDIA CONTRIBUTOR

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF
THE THUNDERBOLT KID
BILL BRYSON
BROADWAY BOOKS
This is the story of Bill
Bryson's childhood, growing
up in Des Moines, Iowa. He
was born in the '50s (as I was),
and many of the tales in this
book brought back memories.
His life is like a memoir of
the '50s and the years up to
the present day. His father
was the sports writer for the
Des Moines Register, so Bill's
life revolved around sports.
His dad traveled a lot to write
about sports events, and
sometimes, he took Bill with
him. Bill got to meet a lot of
famous sports legends during
these trips.
He saw the world change
over the years and records
these changes. For example,
he was there when TV's,
refrigerators, washing
machines, telephones, vacu-
um cleaners and gas or elec-
tric stoves were things people
only fantasized about, but
they all came into wide. use
during those years. Life was


pretty great at that time,
changing only for the better
for most people. People at
that time had lived through
the great depression. His
father was lucky enough to
hold onto his job during that
period. They were hard times
for all, but they survived the
best they could.
Bill reviews all his years of
growing up all the fun and
good times he and his family
had the friends he had and
the schools he attended, all
the normal things that ado-
lescent boys go through while
growing up.
Other good books by Bill
include The Lost Continent,
Mother Tongue, Neither Here
nor There, Made in America,
Notes from a Small Island, A
Walk in the Woods, I'm a
Stranger Here Myself, In a
Sunburned Country, Bryson's
Dictionary of Troublesome
Words, Bill Bryson's African
Diary, A Short History of
Nearly Everything, and also a
special Illustrated Edition of A
Short History of Nearly
Everything. Bill is quite an
interesting writer, and I'm
sure you would get a chuckle
out of any of his books.
(c) 2007 DBR Media, Inc.


where between old world and
new world in style ripe fruit
of the'new wotld"but!some: old:
world restraint, complexity
and aging ability. Furthermore,
he said that the neighboring
Stellenbosch region is analo-
gous to the Napa Valley with
it's more famous wineries and
the Paarl Valley is similar to
Sonoma with less glitz and
glamour, but with good solid
wines.
We were impressed by two of
the wines that he shared with
us. The Glen Carlou
Chardonnay Paarl 2004 ($18)
was a real nice wine, with pear,
apple and lemon notes.
Medium bodied and round in
the mouth from the partial
malolactic fermentation, it had
a nice touch of mostly French
oak aging. Good acidity to
match well with food and a lot
of complexity and pleasure for
the price.
The Glen Carlou Grand
Classique Meritage Paarl
2003 ($22) was an amazing
wine 50 percent, cabernet


AUTHOR AT

BOOKMARK


Local mystery author Michael
Wiley will be at The Bookmark
in Atlantic Beach Oct. 19 start-
ing at 7 p.m. to talk about and
sign copies of "The Last
Striptease." In this book, fea-
turing private eye Joe
Kozmarski, Wiley delivers a
tale about how greed and
revenge play out on the streets
of Chicago. Wiley teaches liter-
ature at the University of North
Florida and is working on a
second Joe Kozmarski mys-
tery. He lives in Jacksonville.
For information, call 241-9026


sauvignon, 35 percent merlot,
8 percent malbec, 5 percent
;cabemet franc-and :percent- .
'petit verdot. This wine xhibit-
ed a sophisticated cassis nose
with a hint of mint. Cassis and
berry flavors with some com-
plex earthy elements com-
bined for a balanced and pleas-
urable drink. David said that as
this wine ages it will take on a
more European old-world style.
The bottle we tasted from had
been open for several hours, so
if you want try this wine
decant it at least an hour
before serving to get the most
enjoyment.


good idea, it's often just a
convenient place for a preda-
tor to wait for their prey.
Design It!
Have fun with your bird-
house by using colors that are
appealing to your senses.
Keep in mind the tips given
above, but feel free to take a
little creative liberty with the
look of your birdhouse. Be
sure to use paints that are
eco-friendly as well as materi-
als that will stand up to the
weather. Stay away from
adding padding or other
materials to the inside of the
bird house as many birds are
rather particular and will pre-
fer to make their own bed.
But, as far as the look of the
outside of the bird house
goes, it's up to you, so have
fun with it!
Doing a little home
improvement on behalf of
your feathered friends can
definitely take some of the
bite out of winter and fall.
Keep a set of binoculars


handy, and enjoy the oppor-
tunity to provide a little aid
and comfort to the wild ani-
mals that nest in your neigh-
borhood.
For detailed information
and more great projects ideas,
visit www.BeJane.com.

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Pet


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Name: Razzle
Dazzle
Age: 5
Weight: 60 Ibs.
Gender: male
Breed: white
standard poo-
dle
Coloring: white
Residence:
Atlantic Beach
Owner: Linda
Kaye
Favorite Food:
"cookies" from
his owner
Favorite pas-
time: He loves
to watch the
birds near the
ocean on his
walks, but his
favorite activity is
the "meet &
greets" he does
at the hospital.


Razzle Dazzle


Unleashed:
Razzle Dazzle is part of the comfort care program at Baptist
Medical Center-Beaches. He loves to visit all of the
patients. He is a 'canine gooo. citize.', In the above photo he
is wearing his volunteer coat and his name badge.


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Sawgrass pet show raises
FROM CONTRIBUTOR
The St. Johns County Pet Center recently was
given a donation of $780 that was raised at a pet
show Saturday at Sawgrass Country Club.
Keith Clark and her husband Dave spent months
organizing the event, according to a news release
from St. Johns County.
About 60 persons attended the event, according
to the release.
Keith Clark said she had read about the pet center
before it opened, when donations of supplies were
being sought, the release says.
"Clark was impressed after touring the facility and
then asked Animal Control director Paul Studivant
if the Pet Center would like to be the beneficiary of
a pet show," the release says.
"We are very thankful for the support of the com-
munity and these contributions," Studivant is quot-
ed in the release. "It is only with the help of the
community that we can find safe and loving homes
for dogs and cats," he said.
The pet center, 130 N. Stratton Road, off U.S. 1
north of St. Augustine, is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday. Call 209-6190.


CALENDAR


Saturday, Oct. 13
GardenFest 2007: The sixth
annual Horticultural
Extravaganza, known as
GardenFest 2007, will be held
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Duval
County Extension Office, 1010
McDuff Ave. GardenFest costs
$10 for an early registration or
$15 at the door. To register, call
the Registrar, Rachel Wilson, at
904-272-4252. For information,
call the Director, Art Bumett, at
904-282-4981.
Sunday, Oct. 14
Relationships Workshop: A
day course held from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. at Cobalt Moon Center,
217 First St., Neptune Beach,
will show how relationships can
be improved by applying
Buddhist insights. The program
includes teaching, discussion
and guided meditations. The
speaker will be Carol Lutker,
teacher at Drolma Buddhist
Center, the sponsoring organi-
zation. The cost of $30 ($20 for
students) includes a vegetarian
lunch. Call 386-793-3013 to reg-
ister. For information, visit
www.MeditationInFlorida.org.
Monday, Oct. 15
Images of Florida's First
Coast: "Images of Florida's First
Coast," work by Florida Times-
Union photographer Will
Dickey, will be on display at First
Street Gallery, 216-B First Street,
Neptune Beach" Oct. 15-Jart '2:
An opening receptioi will" be
held from 7-9 p.m. Oct. 19. For
information, call 241-6928 or
v i s i t
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Ponte Vedra Woman's Club:
The Ponte Vedra Woman's Club
meets starting at 10 a.m. at
Sawgrass Country Club. Guest.
speaker Portland Stuart, market-
ing director of The Parc Group,
will talk about Nocatee. A chari-
ties speaker will be from the St.
Augustine Youth Center. New
members are welcome. Call
Marianne Palmer at 285-4264
for information.
Tuesday, Oct. 16
BDC General Meeting: The
Beaches Democratic Club holds
its general meeting starting with
sign-in at 6:45 p.m. at the Adele
Grage Community Center The
evening features an annual
spaghetti dinner fundraiser.
Pilates in Pink: "Pilates in
Pink" fundraising sessions will
be held Oct. 16 and Oct. 18 at
Hollie's Dancin' Dream Studio,
13595 Atlantic Blvd., with all
proceeds going to the Avon
Foundation Breast Cancer
Crusade. Both sessions will run
from 9:15-10:15 a.m. For infor-
mation, call Sheri Nicholson at
234-0038 or visit www.beaches-


pilates.com.
Wednesday, Oct. 17
Art Show at Sawgrass: An
exhibition opening and recep-
'tion for 20 artists will be held
from 5:30-8:30 p,m. at the
Coldwell Banker office in
Sawgrass Village. Jones College
Radio commentator Dick
McMeekin will be at the key-
board from 6-8 p.m. There also
will be a silent auction. The
show will benefit the Red


Wagon Club at Wolfson's
Children's Hospital, and art
from the "Art with a Heart
Program" also will be on display.
Admission is free. For informa-
tion, call Carolyn Chelette at
707-1327
NARFE: National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
Chapter 1671 holds a noon
luncheon meeting at the
Golden Corral Restaurant,
14035 Beach Blvd. Visitors are


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last old residential beaches in Florida.
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Proceeds from the show were donated to the
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Simple solutions can help


keep glass shower clean


recently I was in Las
Vegas attending and
peaking at a business
conference. Because I was
speaking there, I stayed in a
gorgeous two-bedroom, two-
and-a-half bathroom hotel
suite talk about feeling
spoiled. The master bathroom
was a shrine to marble, glass
and granite. The glass shower
was incredible but I kept
thinking about the cleaning
effort it required to keep that
glass sparkling clean.
Unfortunately, maintenance-
free glass showers simply
don't exist. However, you can
lessen the work and keep your
glass shower clean easier with
some simple solutions.
Sources of dirt
Glass showers have two
ways of becoming dirty and
dull, and that's from soap
scum and water. The first
thing you need to determine
is exactly what's causing the
problem for your glass. Is it
hard water or soap, or both?
Bar soaps have ingredients in
them to help maintain a
square shape that can become
almost impossible to get off of
glass. You can scratch soap
scum with your fingernail,
which can help you tell the
difference between that and
hard water deposits. If soap
scum is the problem, a mild
abrasive is the answer.
Cleaning options
My favorite abrasive cleaner
that's safe for shower glass is


KATHRYN WEBER
HOME COLUMNIST

Comet brand cleaner. Test a
small area first to be absolute-
ly certain that it doesn't
scratch your glass, though. If
it does, try using ceramic
stovetop cleaner which is
designed to be used on glass.
Another cleaning product
option is Kaboom! by the
makers of OxiClean. This
product is non-abrasive and
works wonderfully on soap
scum. Spray on and allow it to
sit. Clean with a soft sponge
being sure to avoid using the
scratchy side of the sponge.
Hard water
Many times a glass shower
has a haze and this can often
be from minerals in the water,
such as lime. If your shower
has water deposits, you need a
stronger cleaner. If the
deposits aren't really old, you
can try using Kaboom! or
Comet. If not, then you'll
need to use a cleaner specifi-


cally for mineral deposits, like
CLR or Lime-A-Way. Do be
careful that you don't get
these cleaners on any metal
attached to the door as they
can discolor it. For impossibly
hard water, consider using
muriatic acid. This is a very
strong cleaner and you should
only work in a well-ventilated
area. Like the other cleaners,
be careful of using this prod-
uct around metal or it can
become discolored.
Once your glass is clean,
how do you keep it clean?
The first step is to avoid bar
soaps. I prefer to use liquid
soaps in the shower because
they're neater and cleaner. It
also doesn't have the additives
that bar soaps do. The second
maintenance tip is to buy a
squeegee to squeegee the
water off the door after each
and every shower. Another
stop-gap measure is to apply
Rain-X, a product designed to
help car windshields repel
water.
The last and most reliable
step for keeping your shower
glass pristine is to use a show-
er curtain. A shower curtain
defeats the purpose of having
a glass shower, but it'll pre-
vent water deposits and soap
scum. What's my shower like?
I have a tiled shower with a
large glass door that's away
from the dual shower heads
and only needs minimal
upkeep. I designed it that way
because a house should work
for you, not the other way
around.
If you're building or reno-
vating and are tempted to
have a glass shower, think
about how much time you
want to devote to the upkeep
of all that glass. Just remem-
ber that unlike my hotel
room, there's no daily maid
service to take care of it
except you.
Kathryn Weber is a home and
decorating columnist who pub-
lishes the Real Home E-Zine. For
more information,, go to
www.kathltyn-webet comI or
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Kathryn@kathryn-weber.com or
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EASY CLEAN-UP I use my
slow cooker a lot during the
winter. To help with clean-up, I
line the pot with aluminum
foil. I fill it with my recipe,
close, and cook as usual! When
the family has eaten all they're
going to eat at that meal time,
I just remove the foil, seal it
well, and place in a plastic, zip-
per-type bag. I then place it in
the refrigerator. If you do this,
it will save you time and soap
in scrubbing the pot. It's also a
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EAST OF 3RD
Neptune: 1 1/2 blocks to ocean, 50x110ft,
$419,900. S. Jax Bch: 1/2 block to ocean,
40x65ft, $375,000. Call 716-8455.


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JAX BEACH, Cleared fenced lot,
62.5x126, 3rd Ave. North, $130,000.
J.Eric Blanks Realty LLC, Licensed
Real Estate Agent. Call (904)233-9543.
MAYPORT- 1qtr. acre permitted for mo-
bile home w/existing home (poor condi-
tion); city water & septic; 966 Pioneer Dr.,
$59,000, 249-0346.
VILANO BEACH Lots- $214,900. Walk to
ocean and boat ramp. High &' dry. For
details: Robert Upchurch, 238-1808. The
Real Estate Resource.


WALK TOTHE BEACH,_
3BR/ 2BA, 2 car gar., corner lot, scr.
porch, desirable Neptune Bch street.
$389,000 (912)682-1463.
42 SAILFISH Dr, PVB. 1700sf. home,
with 3BR/2BA. New air/ New carpet. Large
remodeled Florida room. $289,900. Call
904-571-1111.
JAX GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB-
11 homes on tour Sunday, 10/14, 2-5pm,
priced from $400-$600K.
www.tourhomesjax.com
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Killebrew & Company Realty, Inc.
PONTE VEDRA LANDING *
3BR/2BA, 1 car garage,. New roof, re-
plumbed, light & bright open floor plan.
Corner lot & fenced backyard for more pri-
vacy. Possible lease purchase. $199,999.
Remax Advantage, call June Pettit 994-
3608.

ATLANTIC BCH like new luxury pool
home. 4BR/3BA, 3000sf, listen to the
ocean and walk to the beach from this qui-
et neighborhood. Will consider lease/
lease purchase or 100% financing. $749K
514-1090.

MAYPORT AREA, lease purchase, 194"
deep lot, boat/ RV area, split 4BR. New
porcelain floor tile, carpet, interior paint, all
appl. Buyer offers flexible terms.
$233,500. Independent Brokers & Associ-
ates Inc. 247-4333 or710-3111.
WALK TO BEACH/ SCHOOLS
3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 fully remodeled baths,
tile & hardwood floors throughout, approx.
1700sf. Lg corner lot, fenced backyard, 2
car garage w/ basketball court. $349,000.
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FSBO OR Lease Option. 3Bd 2.5Ba,
Lakefront, Quief cul-de-sac, So. Jax Bch
1548 sq.ft. $284,900. Call'before I list w/
Realtor. (813)919-8787.
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands, 2BR/
2.5BA townhome. 1 car gar., new A/C, on
cul-de-sac. $239,000. 655-5990.
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.


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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 $2600/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..
Trees and Privacy- Bright and open
3/2 great room plan w/fireplace on a pri-
vate, conservation lot with room for a
pool! Oversized screened porch, new
windows and interior paint, termite bond,
tile floors, kitchen with bay window and
island, master w/french doors, garden tub
and his/hers vanities. $279,900.
Lovely Lakefront If you want to walk out
your backdoor and enjoy beautiful lake-
views, look no further Spacious 3/2 brick
front built in 2001 with formal dining, cov-
ered patio, open eat-in kitchen, tile floors,
breakfast bar, on over half an acre!
$229,000
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 Vedral $209K
or for rent for $995/mo.
Adorable and Affordable- 3/2 on fenced
lot in Bentwater Place. Immaculate and
move-in ready, new carpet/paint, new vi-
nyl, all appliances, sprinkler/security.
$197,500.
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 Stalnes, Realtor
904-476-SOLD
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PVB, FSBO, 2/2, Player's Club, Bermuda
Court. $239,900. Seller will lay $3K clos-
ing costs. (904)710-8418.
S. JAX Bch, single family home on corner
double lot. 3/2, like new, remodeled inside
& out, dream kitchen, lux. master suite, liv-
ingroom w/ hardwood floors, family room
w/frplc. $499,000. Marie Farrell, Broker/
Associate; 742-8534 ReMax Coastal.
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-
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NEPTUNE BCH, 4/2, 3 BLOCKS TO
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ATLANTIC. BEACH; 281 Pine St., 1392
sqft., 3/2, icar garage, fenced yard, stone
fireplace, 2 decks, new roof, new siding,
screened porch, new plumbing. 5 blocks
to ocean. $389,900. (904)759-8860.


AT MAYO on canal, lease purchase 3/2/2,
$355,000. Independent Brokers & Associ-
ates Inc. 247-4333 Or 710-3111.
FSBO, NB, 3BR/2BA: Lovelybeach home,
all while Duick. Many updates and ameni-
ties. 2268sl MLS#376506 $420 000
106 Hagler Dr W 241-6514, 655-7831
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CHARMING REMODELED 3'2 Jax Beach
home New rool. A,'C and plumbing
442 15th Ave Nonh. 514-0728 ,514.0724,
246-9742
BEAUTIFUL RIPTIDE- 3/2/2. 1800sf.
granite, hardwood, lakefront, cul-de-sac.
335.880. Robert Candler Bishop Realty
327-0558
ATLANTIC BCH. 1861 Beacnside CI
1883st, 3BR/ 2BA split bedrooms. Ig liv-
ingroom, dining room w/ frplc., eat-in-kit.,
outdoor hot & cold shower, inside laundry
lsnk & closely scr porch & patlo.-Erench
doors to paio, double gar w' lois of clos-
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* Gated Privacy and Elevators
* Resort-Style Pool and Lounge
* Fully-Equipped Fitness Facility
with Sauna
* Ample Storage for each Home
* Minutes to Beaches, Golf,
Fine Dining,
Shopping, the Arts bnd
the Mayo Clinic


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Brand new concrete construction, 3-story Town home
w/ elevator, roof top terrace w/ Ocean Views, state-of-
the-art-kitchen, hardwood firs, 2-car garage, private
fenced backyard and more... $1,199,000 OR
@ $4500/month OR Rent w/ Option to Purchase


Margi Pettit, Realtor
904-571-9821


CARA M. AMEER'
Cara Ameer, Broker Associate
(904) 635-7058
S cara.ameer@lifestylesrealtors.com
Multimillion Dollar Producer
"Designated a Five Star Agent For Best in Client
Satisfaction by Jacksonville Homebuyer Magazine"

INCREDIBLE BEACH BARGAIN!
Fabulous 4/3.5 cutting edge beach house. Top of the
line upgrades, hdwd firs, huge master ste w/ enormous
walk in closet and wonderful balc.'s to feel those ocean
breezes! Just steps to bch, park & shops! Rock
bottom pricing at $899,900.
WATER TO GOLF IN SAWGRASS
PLAYERS CLUB!
An absolute must see! Extensively updated
3BR/2.5BA plus Fl. Rm. w/gorgeous water to
golf views & fenced back yard. Int. features incl.
Bamboo wd firs, gran. counters, SS appl's, tile firs,
updated master bath, built-ins... the list goes on!
$549,900
BEAUTIFUL PRESERVE LOT
Like new 4/2 home. Upgrades include tile,
wd firs, 2 pantries, maple cab's and 25 x 13
extended scrned-in lanai. Lots of storage
and move in ready! $329,900
PRESERVE TO MARSH VIEWS!
Spacious 3/2 end unit. Vaulted ceilings, open kit. &
spacious dining area & scrned-in porch. Fabulous
beach location close to everything! $219,000.
2BR CONDO UNDER $150k!
2BR/2BA, 2 yr. old condo. Bright and open w/high
ceilings, maple cabinets, black appliances and balcony.
Amenities incl. gated comm.., pool & playground.
Fabulous location! $143,000


STARTER HOME
MLS# 396864 3BR/2BA, separate living &
dining room; kitchen, large fenced yard & more!
$139,900 285-1800
IllE PANfA1ON
MIS# 397251 Beautiful Mediterranean home
on landscaped lot overlooking fairway. bright
livable luxury. 4BR/4BA + bonus & 3-car garage.
Owner/Agent $899,000 285-1800
SEA HAWK CONDO
MIS#396462 Priced to sell-move inready. 2BR/
2BA, fireplace, 1 car garage, ground level, no one
above, overlooks wods. $178,000 285-1800
DESIRABLE PONIE VERA
MIS# 396724 3BR/2BA condo in gated Ocean
Grove community. Black appliances, w/maple
cabinets, washer & dryerincluded. Club amenities
include pool, tennis, doggy park & private beach
access. $239,900 285-1800
RAT NEW LISTING IN
JACKSONVILLE BEACH!
MIS# 396746 3BR/2BA w/new tile in baths/
kitchen/breakfast/dining/great rooms. Across
street from playground. $249,000 285-1800
FABULOUS
MIS# 392561 4BR/3.5BA, 3,069 SF home on
huge lot w/l-year-old pool, hardwood floors,
separate office + bonus area, oversized MBR, 3-
car garage on cul-de-~c. $459,000 285-1800
SIYISH BEACH HOME!
MLS# 391437 2,748 SF of pizzazz! Huge
kitchen, w/granite bar & stainless appliances,
MBR + 2 BR down, large bonus. Walk to park!
$570,000 285-1800
WAIEFRONT QUEENS HARBOUR
MIS#355512 Custom builtFrankGamel home,
incredible 6BR/6.5BA, game & media rms, scmd
lanai, heated salt-water pool/spa & 40' dock w/
ski lift. Located on the Harbor close to the lock, it
provides easy access to the intracostal. $2,795,000
285-1800
OCEANFRON CHARM-
PONIE VEDRA WOW!
MIS# 348199 Totally renovated, 4BR/4BA w/
covered lanai, original magnolia floors, cypress
beams in gourmet kitchen, spacious 2nd fir mstr
ste w/oceanfront balcony, fabulous BA, steam
shower & much more! $5,995,000 285-1800
PONIE VEDRA CONDO
MIS# 362818 Upgraded 2BR/2BA w/FP on
2nd flooring Ocean Grove Condos, screened patio,
lake & fountain views, great amenities: pool,
fitness center, tennis & more. Justa short walk to
the beach! $185,000 285-1800
OLD PONIE VEDRA BEACH CONDO
MIS#378611 One-owner2nd fir fully fuaished
3BR/2BA, 1700+ SF, garage, large oceanfront
deck & in unique & desirable gated community
w/oceanfront pool, dune walkover to upspoiled,
quiet beach. Pack your suitcases & come on in!
$1,025,000 285-1800
WALDEN CHASE IN PONIE VEDRA
MIS# 376788 Preserve views from this 4BR/
2BA, open floor plan w/volume ceilings, neutral
interiorand ready for you. Within walking distance
to Nease High School, best SF value in the
neighborhood. $287,500 285-1800


SOUTH JAX BEACH
MLS # 396512 3BR/2BA, light and
bright, conv.,to shopping, JTB, bch &
school. Split flrpin. $239,900 241-2417
KERNAN FOREST BEAUIY
MLS # 392442 2-story, 4-5BR/3.5BA,
2960 SF, clay tileflrs, Igrms, upstrs loft/
5th BR, located on lovely pond.
$365,000 241-2417
LOVELY LAKEVIEWS!
MLS# 385672 4BR/2BA, open floor
plan and screened lanai with lake views.
$349,000-241-2417
JUST YOUR SIZE!
MLS#3825415BR/3BAhomew/2932
SF,bonusrm, eat-in kit, LR/DR,& huge
yd w/room for pool! Call today!
$409,900 241-2417
UNIQUE IHIOHAND GLEN
MLS# 380660 4BR/2.5BA, cherry
cab., wdflrs, 23'ceil, FP, crwnmld, cust
windows/paint, 2ndstry screened &tiled
lanai, lakeviews. $499,900 241-2417
'I1DAL ACCESS TO TlE ICW
MLS#396521 Build your dream home
inAtlantic Bch on this 50x204 piece of
land. $169,900 241-2417
PONTE VEDRA -
AFFORDABLE IVINO!
MLS# 369385 Lovely 3/2.5, 1925 SF
w/open patio, garage w/A/C, split open
flr plan. Close to ocean. $279,500 241-
2417
SUPERIOR DESIGN
MLS # 380921 2-story, 5BR/4.5BA
home on priv. lot. 3690 SF, chef's kit.
w/granite, 42" cab., gas range & deluxe
fixtures. 3 car gar. w/ext/bay oversized!
Must see! $749,000 241-2417
MINUTES FROM ITI AL
MLS #365332 New interior & exterior
paint, hardiboard siding, great flrpin w/
spacious master suite & nice open, eat-
in kitchen. Lots of windows to allowfor
natural light & situated on waterfront lot
$229,000 241-2417
INIRACOASTAL VIEWS!
MLS # 387078 New condo with
spacious fir plam, Irg master suite,
stainless steel appl, granite countertops,
large terrace overlooks Intracoastal, plus
fabulous community amenities.
$879,000 241-2417
SITAlY CUL-DE-SAC HOME IN
QUEENS HARBOUR
MLS # 394413 5BR/3.5BA. Loads of
upgrades. Stunning gourmet kitchen w/
granite. Rich hardwood floors &
traverine marble throughoutAmust see!
$949,000 241-2417
PONIE VEDRA HOME
MLS # 395419 2BR/2BA patio home
duplex in good condition and low
maintenance. $219,900 241-2417


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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
2/2 townhome, 980sq'. Near Mayport Naval Station $800
OAK HARBOR
3/2 home, new carpet, refrigerator & dishwasher. Near Mayport Naval Station. $1,150
SUMMER SANDS
3/2:5 townhome. Renovated, many upgrades. Fully equipped kitchen. Hot tub, screened
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220 Margaret St. Neptune Beach
Complete Remodel Duplex
2 bdrm, 1 bath down and 2 bdrm, 1 bath up, oversized lot
(56 x 106) w/ 2-car detached garage and laundry rm,
Zoned NR-4. THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE 10 w/ Tons
of Charm!!! $699,999




Margi Pettit, Realtor
904-571-9821


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PV Blvd. Oceanfront
200' Oceanfront 4BR/office
$3,995,000







Sawgrass Country Club
On Golf Course 3BR/2.5BA
$459,900


Marsh Landing CC
Pool Lagoon 5BR/4.5BA
$1,199,000


SSawgrass Players Club
Fabulous Buy 3BR
$399,000


Odoms Mill at PV
Lg Private Lot 4BR/3BA
$519,000

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Sawgrass Country Club
Lagoon Remodeled
$680,000


Key West Style Home
1 Year New 3BR/3BA
$319,900


Jax Beach Townhome
Like New Steps to Ocean
$450,000


280 Blevac F


Independently owned and operated

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SBeach Charm 3BR/2BA, 2 blocks to bch, wd
Sfirs, vaulted ceiling, 2 car gar. $649,000

SVacant Lot 50x120 lot on cul-de-sac in south
Jax Beach, water view, near park, fire station.
: $249,000.

SReduced In East Arlington 3BR/2BA, 1900
Ssq.ft., eat-in kitchen, DR, LR, FR, 2 car ga-
rage, large fenced back yard. $239,900.

Ft. Caroline Lakes 3BR/2.5BA end unit town-
home, 1440 sq.ft., screened patio overlooking
preserve, 1 car garage. $149,000.


S Call Sherri Beno Realtor -
904-651-1830
Lisa DiStefano Realtor I
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Marvin & Floyd Realty Inc.
Website http://marvin-group.com
Call Joe Floyd 219-7638

FOR SALE
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Residential/commercial-1626sq' in 3 buildings-business plus 2 eff. apts. Nr ocean.
$799,000


OPEN HOUSE SAT 1-4PM
124 Spanish Marsh Dr. -
Arthur Rutenberg home
w/private pool. Covered
patio + summer kitchen!
3BR/3.5BA, 2,658sf.
Owner financing available.
$899,000. Michelle Floyd
BRICK HOME IN PV
Remodeled ranch home on
a large pie shaped lot with
a fabulous backyard. 2006
improvements new roof,
windows, bathrooms, firs,
granite kitchen & morel
$349,000. Len Knight
TRANQUIL VIEWS
4BR/4BA home in Marsh
Landing CC. Custom
gourmet kitchen w/granite.
SS appliances & wine
chiller. Travertine floors &
heated pool/spa. $859,000.
Suzanne Stephens
PEACEFUL ELEGANCE
Dramatic home in sought
after Water Oak. Many
upgrades, wood deck off
MBR, Koi pond. A great
neighborhood. 3BR/2.5BA
3,538sf. $729,900. Clara
Sigmon
OCEAN VIEW LOT
One of the few remaining
lots located in Beachside in
South Ponte Vedra.
Located just" across the
street from the ocean.
Build your dreamt Priced at
$499,000. David Darch
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA
3BR/2BA,oceanfront home.
Fully furnished and ready
to rent. Also makes a
perfect weekend get-a-
way. Opportunity of a
lifetime Priced at
$999,000. David Darch
JAX GOLF &CC
Spacious 4BR/3BA +office
on large comer lot.
Features include granite.
updated baths and morel
Equity membership is
included. Just $499,000
Mandy Seckinger
SAWGRASS BEACH CLUB!
Fully furnished, beautiful
second floor villa with
vaulted ceilings and private
balcony. Offers privacy
and proximity to ocean
Strong rental history.
$257,500. Joan Swanson


OPEN HOUSESUN 2PM
912 First St South, Unit B -
Oceanside 3BR/3.5BA
townhome in Jacksonville
Beach. Brand new, granite,
SS, hardwood floors. Prvt
entry. 2CG $899,000.
Mandy Seckinger
THEPLANTATIONAT PVB
..with Beach Clubl Screen
pool/spa w/sitting area.
Private yard preserve
/nature view area & citrus.
3BR/4BA, +5O0sf over
garage for expansion.
$1,166,000. Susan Fort
WATERFRONT LOTI
Deep water access in the
heart of Palm Valley. Build
your dream home on this
75' x 460' incredible lot.
Great homesite, great
views, great locationll
$850,000. Susan Fort
ADORABLE BUNGALOW
4BR/2BA, with new
kitchen, family room,
fireplace, playroom & wood
floors. Open floor plan.
large pool, fenced corner
lot. New roof & windows.
$199,900. Olivia Seaman
IN THE HEART OF PVB
Best value in Odoms Mill.
4BR/2BA home, separate
living & dining rooms. Eat-
in kitchen w/breakfast bar.
Walk or bike to YMCA and
A+ schools. $449,000.
Suzanne Stephens
HARBOUR ISLAND LOT
Rare opportunity for lot in
prestigious Harbour Island.
Private, pristine views of
marsh & tidal stream. 40'
concrete floating dock is
located across the street.
$995,000. Michelle Floyd
EAST OF A1A
Walk or bike to ocean.
3BR/2.5BA home, vaulted
ceilings, open floor plan,
bright kitchen, family room
w/fireplace. 3BR/2.5BA
with 1" floor master suite.
$498,000. Olivia Seaman
BERMUDA BAY BEAUTY
2"" floor unit with many
upgrades Overlooks wood-
lands & preserve. Quiet &
private. Only 24 units in
the community. Low condo
fees. .2CG. $459,000.
Dennis DeSimone


RIVER OAKS
Mediterranean style
custom home on quiet cul-
de-sac street. Open floor
plan focuses around
courtyard pool. SBR/office
& bonus, 4.5BA, 4,315sf.
$1,375,000. Susan Fort
DRAMAnCALLYREIUCEDI
Walk to beach 3BR/2BA
condo concrete block
construction with 2CG.
Stereo & cable hook-ups in
each room, ceramic tile,
many upgrades $599,900.
Andy Pettit
CUSTOM HOME
Built in 2001, 4BR/3BA,
3,288sf, 3CG. Heated &
screened pool & spa, lake
view, extensive upgrades,
Corian countertops, and
morel Picture of elegance
$829,000. David Darch
YOUR ISLAND IN PVB
Imagine sitting on your
deck looking over a
disappearing lap pool, a
large lagoon & rock
fountain onto golf course.
Own that dream!
$1,900.000.Connle omora
BUILD YORDREAM HOE
One of the best lots in
South PVB. Don't miss
this opportunity to build the
home of your dreams. Lot
features high elevation and
great depth. $1,475.000.
David Darch
WATERFRONT LOTI
4BR/4.5BA lagoon front.
Pool/spa. Heart pine firs &
formal LR & DR. Kitchen
w/island cooktop, breakfast
bar MB with his/her
bathrooms. Just $585,000.
Suzie Mons Connolly
OLD PONTE VEDRA
On lagoon lot. 3BR/2.5BA,
w/attached guest house
over 900sf, 1BR/1BA with
private entry. Pool, 3-car
garage, short walk to the
beach and the clubs.
$1,599,000. Susan Fort
PALENCIAOPPORNTNIESI
Live in an Arthur
Rutenberg home set on a
great lot with dazzling
features inside & outi
Multiple home/lot packages
from $899,000. Jayne
Hoffman Michelle Floyd


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NEPT. BCH.
"GOOD OLE DAYS!' BEACH HOUSE
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SAND IN YOUR SHOES EVERYDAY-RE-PRICED!
Feel ihe breeze, & hejd 1,, the sand' Co,',n-:rtable 3'3 srucco. 5 lk:s to ocean'
Hrdwd fir. prp bkyaird' Seller packed for quick alel' Reduced to $372,000
HOSPITABLE BCH. HAVEN/2N" HOME
Delightful 2:2 12 I-. nhrone just stone's thjon to nor'easier .urf' F-place, pnv
rear deck cule b'.,ard grnerou. 2ca cr carport Quiet common oft.nl o attached
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SUMMER HOUSE-BEST WATERFRONT!
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and more Cul-Je-.Ic locale near .+ comrn amen'i $3i)9.000


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HAMPTON PARK
NTE VDA BARGAIN PRICED!!! Gated commu-
PONTE IVEDRA nity 4 BR, 3-1/2 BA, study, bonus
JUST LISTED IN LATRIU !!! 2bd,room hardwood floors, stainless
2ba very cozy home open floor plan, liances and surround sound.
park like backyard. Pride of $483 000
ownership shows throughout. ATLANTIC BEACH
$299,000 S ATLANTIC BEACHm h w
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SEEING IS BELIEVING!!! Cozy
3bdrm 2 ba low maintenance patio
home. neighborhood pool and
tennis. Move in ready...$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


formal rooms, kitchen/family rm
combination, wood floors, fireplace,
2 car garage, screened pool. $697,000
NEPTUNE BEACH
NEAT AND PETITE!!! Enjoy a
leisurely walk to the beach and the
fragrance of salt air ...3BDR, 2BA,
spacious great room, 2 car garage,
built in 1950, totally updated
$549,000
CONDO WOLFCREEK
PRICED BELOW MARKET!!! Over
1600 SF 4th flr condo, 3/2, great


storage, spacious interior, laundry
room, screened lanai, elevator. Home
Warranty offered $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
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
of AlA. $640,000
2439 S. Ponte Vedra Blvd. OCEAN-
FRONT 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 Ra. ,
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Penthouse
3BR.3'RR. uni. Ocean (irjnde Lirndo.
MNarh ifrnt ,. .i pJIae, tins of up-
arids MLLS 368677 i630,n000
Beautiful
.lRi.'31.k \ located hblock tv ihe
ocean. S. S. appliances, granite, de-
,incr tile plus 2 car ~arage.
MILS 340709 S549.91)1)
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beach' Hiuh tcllings. perfrle'ci de-
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Oakbreeze Cove
3BH.'2B"\. lOpen Iflior plan itih
many upgrad~. Nicely landcaped
\% ih pati.iand dji k.
MLS 352538 5349,900
Neprune Beach
(harming 4Bri'Ba, 2300 sqtn, formal
LR DR. diii. L5Ni6. FL room, large
back, closc I hl hoppmig & school
MLS 384923 $294,900
The Good Life!
3-4 BR beach home, private lot just 12
hl,,cs ftrom the ocean room to park
ihr hbou! MLS 364178 $284,900


Must sev' ti: bIlec'c!
MLS 380016 $2oJl0)l00


Prime Location
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MLS 378108 $239.900)
A ffordabl- PVB
Just blocL to beach! Adorable 22 in
heart ofPVB! Wow! What a
house...what a price!
MLS 390540 $239,000
Meticulous
3Br/2Ba in Villages of Pablo. Lrg eat-
in kitchen, sunroom, large open yard
& more!
MLS 388665 $217,900


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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

ICW CONDO/ DOCK
Price( reduced. 2/2 remodeled condo,
1440sf, 14750 Beach Blvd. Assigned float-
ing pier- accommodate 45ft boat at low
tide. Pool, clubhouse, waterfront gazebo.
Best price on intracoastal, $309,900. Call
Steve, (904)241-5434.
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.
PVB, 2/2, Summerhouse, new, bottom
level, pool, W/D. $204,900. (904)710-8418
WATERFRONT, BRAND new, 3BR/3BA
w/boatslip. Darien, GA, 1 hour from Jack-
sonville. $299,000. McGuire Mortgage.
246-9915.


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2BR/2BA, 1400 sf Oceanview Condo. Un-
der $400K! OPEN HOUSE 9/22,
2pm-4pm. 400 1st St. S.. Also for rent.
735-7810.
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.
OCEAN FRONT- JAX BEACH
Price reduced. FSBO, 2/2 remodeled con-
do, 1200sf, 1901 No. 1st St. New hurri-
cane windows/ doors, pool, sauna, whirl-
pool, tennis, gym, on site manager, ga-
rage space. $469,900. Call Steve,
(904)241-5434.
PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA, oversized at-
tached one car garage; travertine stone
floor, new kitchen cabinets w/granite
counters, vaulted ceilings, 12'x16' wood
deck, $159,900, 463-0505.
PVB, TOWNHOUSE CONDO, lakefront,
private, 2BR/2.5BA, all upgrades including
new kitchen. Strategic location. $205K.
Call 280-8782.
MILLION $ BABY
PRIMO 2BR/2BA condo by ocean in
Atlantic Beach. Complete and lovely state-
of-the-art renovation. Best Area. Best
Condo. $367K. 55-9919.


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Efficiency, $650/mo. 1BR/1BA, $750/mo.
water included. 241-9822.
PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA condo w/club
pool & more! $1150/mo.. All South.Realty,
241-4141.

BEACHES
1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts.
Pool & laundry room, $590/mo. & up.
241-2781 or 237-0552.


3BR/ 2.5BA townhouse, 1/2 block from
ocean. Atl Bch. Gar., $1650/mo. Call Rich
476-8521.
SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
2100sf., 2 car garage. Fireplace. Water to
So9f view. $1800/mo. Call Susan
904)514-7150.
N. JAX Beach- Charming 2BR/1 A, just
steps to ocean! Sunroom, wood floors,
WDHU! $1150/mo.. All South Realty,
241-4141.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2BA condo, East of
A1A! $950/mo. All South Realty,
S241-4141.
2BR/2BA TOWNHOUSE, Mayport Land-
ing, large back yard, $850/mo., $850 de-
posit. 465-4855, 246-6689.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhome,
2BR/1.5BA, No Pets, $900/mo.
(904)237-9375.
WALK TO BEACH
2/1 townhouse, W/D included, CH&A, ce-
ramic tile, approx. 900sf.1320 4th St.. S.,
Unit C, Jax Bch. No pets. $825/mo,
$825/sec. dep. (904)343-9908.
JAX BEACH
211 N. 8th St., 1BR/1BA, no dogs.
$625/mo.
Security deposit equal 1/2 month.
Broker/ Owner, 249-8766
FOR RENT OR SALE. PVB 3BR 2.5BA
1800+sf. (904)571-8586.
JAX BEACH townhouse. 187 South 8th
Ave. 2 blocks to Ocean, 2BR/2.5BA,
1500sf, 1-car garage, no pets. $1350/mo.
223-9789.
JAX'BCH, 2/1 apt., quiet area, $700/mo
plus deposit. No pets. Avail. Nov. 1st.
246-9162, ext. #1
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
JAX BEACH, 2.5 blocks to ocean, spa-
cious 3BR/1BA, CH&A, W/D. $1190/mo.
655-5367 or 803-3099.
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.
$1750/mo. Agent/ owner 349-1864.
NEW COZY 1BR, deck w/ocean view,
CH&A. Water, sewer, garbage included.
Credit check. No pets. $700/mo. 514-8530
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.


MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate Jots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA townhome,
3 blocks to town center, 4 blocks to beach.
WDHU. $1000/mo. (904)742-6423.

NEWLY RENOVATED 2BR/1.5BA PVB
condo. End unit, in 5-star complex. Living-
room w/fireplace, dining room, fully equip-
ped kitchen, w/brand new appliances in-
cluding. washer/dryer. 1st floor powder
rpom, 2BR/1BA on 2nd floor w/deck off
master bedroom. Large closets. Small
pets permitted. $1045/mo. Contact Ronnie
at Explore Realty: email:
explorel23@bellsouth.net or (904)722-
0909.

10 BLKS FROM OCEAN
Atl Bch townhouse- 2 or 3 bedrooms.
1509 & 1507 Jordan St. $750/mo &
$850/mo. No smoking. No pets. Now ac-
cepting Section 8. 855-3288.



ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, clean
and move in ready, balcony, 2BR, WDHU,
great parking. $985/mo. 280-2805.
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.
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.
S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1332 Main St.,
2BR/1.5BA duplex, $800/mo., 891-0606.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Oceanside,
2BR/2BA condo w/club pool, just steps to
beach! $1100/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
BEACH, ACROSS street incl. private bath,
utility, cable. $799/mo. (904)249-9981.
NORTH JAX Beach, 2BR/1BA upstairs, 1
year lease, no pets. No W/D hookup,
$800/mo., $800/dep. 329-3 North 14th


NEPTUNE BCH, 1.5 block ocean, small Ave. Call 591-1218 or 246-8970.
1BR/1BA, $600/mo + dep. Broker/ Own- JUST STEPS to ocean, 2BR/1.5BA town-
er, 514-4229. house, upgraded kitchen. $1300/mo. Con- JAX BEACH,,4 blocks to water, 416 3rd
S. .tact Nelson 613-7431. Ave. So., 3BR/2.5BA,. CH&A, WDHU,
$1250/m., 891-0606.
BRAND .. NEW .executive--townhome.
Oceanview, 2/2, CH/A, hardwood floors,
stainless steel, granite. Credit check. No
~pets. $1250/mo. 514-8530.


NEPTUNE BEACH, large 2BR, hardwood
floors, WDHU, CH&A, icar garage, block
from ocean. No pets, lyr. lease.
$1100/mo. 223-0709,
JAX BEACH, 4 blocks to ocean, clean,
2BR/1BA, CH&A, ceiling fans, dishwash-
er, NO PETS. $775/mo. +$675/sec. dep.
Immediate occupancy. Ref's and credit
check required w/$25 application fee.
614 4th St. N. 254-7644.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in desirable
South Jax Beach. Bike to ocean from 1/-
1/2 bath, 2 bedroom town home with wood
burning fireplace. Kitchen has dishwasher
and refrigerator with icemaker, fully car-
peted thru out. Landscaped private patio
area. W/D hook ups. No dogs/ Non smok-
ers. $975/month- one year lease- deposit
and strong references required. Call cell
403-9297 or evenings 285-8325.
JAX BEACH, upstairs, 2BR/1BA, eat-in
kitchen, CH&A, WDHU, 900sqft., deck,
427-B No. 6th St., $900/mo, +$900 depos-
it. Pets allowed w/deposit. 993-8597
NEPTUNE BCH 2BR/1.5BA, renovated
2005, fenced back yard, credit check,
$950/mo. (904)221-5833.
2BR/2BA, MONUMENT RD. Townhome,
on lake, remodeled, $950/mo. (furnished
optional). (904)860-1690.
GREAT BEACH house, ocean view, 2/1.5,
CH&A, 120 10th Ave. N., security, credit
check, $800/mo., 514-8530.
4 BLOCKS to ocean, 220 4th St. S.
$585/mo. 904-891-0606.
ATLANTIC BCH 2BR/1BA, fenced back-
yard with pets allowed, $750/mo.
813-9066.
2BR/1BA APT., brand new wood floors,
brand new kitchen/ bathroom cabinets
w/corian countertops. Unbelievably beauti-
ful place. Must see to appreciate. 822 2nd
Ave. N., JB. $900/mo. +deposit. No pets.
Credit check. 246-3690, 333-1822.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA town-
house, close to ocean. W/D included. Very
nice. $975/mo. 219-2481.
OCEANVIEW, NEW luxury 3BR/2BA
condo at Pier Point! Amenities incl. pool,
granite countertops & more! $1750/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
2BR/1BA. $800/mo. (904)891-0606.
EAST OF 3rd, JB, 1BR in triplex, 750sqft.;
in-ground pool, all ceramic tile. Credit
background checks. $815+ water includ-
ed, parking. 247-3191.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, short-term, month to month.
2BR/1.5BA, clean, clean, clean. Steps
to Town Center, WDHU. $850/mo..
280-2805.
NEAR PONTE Vedra, 1 block beach,
quiet safe area, upper 2/1, office, CH&A,
hardwood floors, deck, ocean view, wash-
er & dryer included, $1250/mo. Lower 2/1
$950/mo, lease.deposit, 993-1118.


JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 4 blacks ocean SOUTH VILANO Beach, 2BR/2BA town-
CH&A, painted, new carpet, -N6 pets. house, private beach access, $950/mo.
246-0576. Call Elizabeth, 415-5454.
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ONE BLOCK TO BEACH
1BR, great ocean view, WDHU, balcony.
$900/mo..1BR, large patio, washer and
dryer. $925/mo. Both have tile floors
throughout, LR 14x14, walk-in closets, as-
signed parking. Ocean View, 160 7th Ave.
N. 993-2555. BeachesApartments.com


UttPRFIEDU LAKES, 2 & 3 H's,
fireplace, WDHU, starting at $750/mo.
Lewis Realty, Inc. (904)291-7229.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, newly renovated
apartment; W/D. Available now. $800/mo
+deposit. 201 No. 9th St., For appoint-
ment, 993-2661.


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2BR/1BA, BEACHSIDE townhome,
fireplace, W/D, all amenities. 3624 Ocean
Drive, JB.. $1300/mo. (904)241-5816,
-(904)607-6500.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
2BR, "$800/mo;1BR, $575/mo; laundry
room in building. Credit check. No pets.
514-8530.
ONE BLOCK TO OCEAN
New 2/2 Jax Beach condo. Stainless/
granite. W/D. $1295/mo., 241-5564.


lax Beach Home
in quiet neighborhood

3 br, 1672 SF, 2 car gar,
new kitchen, wood floors,
fenced yard, extra clean.
Lawn svc incl. $1550/mo.
(904) 710-5059.
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PROPERTY IES

Mayport
+ 2BR/2BA, Mayport Landing $725-
$800/mo. Close to base. Move in
Special- $200/off Ist Mo. Rent
+ 2BR/1BA, H, 250 Jasmine St., big
private lot, new carpet, freshly
painted, W/D. $925/mo.
+ 3BR/2BA, Mayport. $800-$825/mo.
"4 2BR/1BA, Quad Ct. $650/mo.
+ 2BR/1BA, Quad Ct. New carpet.
$625/mo. $99 off 1st moth rent
Neptune Beach
+ 2/1 Apt. Oceanviews, water
included $1000/mo.

Jax Bch
+ 2/1 End Unit Apt. walk to beach,
patio in back- $825/mo.
Move in Special- 1/2 off 1st Mo.
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ATLANTIC BEACH, Stroll to Ocea
Parks. Charming 2BR/1BA apar
$1075/mo.. No canines. 322-8545.

JAX BEACH 2BR apt. near ocean, C
WDHU, no pets, $825/rno +$400
246-3130..
ATLANTIC BEAIH. Ground floor
private in-law suite in newer up
house. Kitchen, living room, dining
washer/dryer, deck, carport, center
ceiling fans, cable+ HBO, alarm, c
vac., no smoking, utilities included,3
to beach. Small pet OK. $109
(904)607-1177.


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NEAR MAYO, short term rental, 3/2, fur-
nished or unfurnished. Starting at
$1500/mo. Independent Brokers & Associ-
ates Inc. 247-4333 or 710-3111.
ATLANTIC BEACH 'Townhouse,
3BR/2.5BA, 1/2 blk to beach access, s/s
refrigerator and DW, W/D, microwave,
fireplace, CH&A, 3 car parking, decks on
all stories, $1700/mo. 673-7863.
3BR/3.5BA, 2300SF Townhome, 14th Ave
So & 2nd St. Jax. Beach, fully loaded, 2
-years.- d.-$1800/rnob -Available inmmedi-,
ately, 424-7204. ...... ..
ATL. BCH/ Oak Harbor, 1129 Sebago So.
3BR/2BA, all new, fenced. $1195/mo. Dis-
count for 2yr. lease. 612-8868.
NEPTUNE BEACH
215 Hopkins St., 2/2, fenced, $1150/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH
165 Pine St., 2/1.5 townhouse, fenced,
$1025/mo.
Both include lawn service,
security deposit equal 1/2 month.
Broker/Owner, 249-8766
JAX BEACH; Oak Forest Dr., 4BR/2BA,
2400sf. $2200/mo. Call Jason Jarrett
(904)591-5917. Jarrett Real Estate.
JAX BEACH Holly Drive, 3BR/2BA, 2 car
garage, fenced yard, $1300/mo + deposit.
Pets ok. 614-5278.
NICE 4/BR house w/pool and fenced back
yard, off San Pablo Rd. near schools.
$1400/mo. 568-8745.
VERY NICE home, Jax Beach, CH&A,
WDHU, garage, in-ground pool.
$1500/mo. 891-0606..
VERY NICE 3BR 2BA house, Ig gar., new-
ly renovated. Convenient to Wonderwood
Expwy. 3217 Hampsted Ct. $1200/mo.
891-0606.
CYPRESS COVE, 3BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
rage. New carpet and paint, fireplace,
$1200/mo., 860-1756.
MAYPORT FISHING Village, 3BR/2BA,.
fenced yard, $1150/mo. Call 221-0612.
ATLANTIC BEACH, brand new, 309 9th
St., 3 story townhome w/elevator,
4BR/4BA, 3300sqft., teak floors through-
out, .2+ car garage; 2 blocks to beach,
$2800/mo. Call 424-7204.
JAX BEACH South. 822 14th Ave. Com-
pletely remodeled, 3BR/2BA, CH&A, W/D,
fenced yard. No pets. $1350/mo.
246-0478.
3BR/2BA, FENCED yard, small dogs
accepted. Not far from beach. $975/mo.
plus gas and electric. 1730 Riverview Dr.
Call 904-221-8467 for more information.
PONTE VEDRA- 4BR/2.5BA home in con-
venient area Club pool, tennis & morel 2
car garage $1400/mo. All South Realty,
241-4141.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3BR/2BA, newer
house, 1850sf. $1200/mo. 992-0940.
RIPTIDE- 3/2/2, 1800sf, cul-de-sac, lake
front, granite, hardwood,
candlerhomes.com (904)327-0558
$1795/mo
PLAYERS CLUB Sawgrass, very nice
brick home, 4BR/2BA, 2car garage.
$1695/mo. Call (904)631-8963.
ATLANTIC BEACH
3BR/ 2.5BA 2700sf, fireplace, 1535 Selva
Marina Dr. 3 blks to ocean, across from
Selva Marina Country Club. Pets ok,
$1800/ mo. 838-6333. Avail 7/1:
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 3BR/2BA.
Available now. Pets OK. $250 non-refund-
able pet fee. 1200sf., fenced-in yard, re-
modeled, like new inside. $1400/mo. Call
Joy 881-7775
PONTE VEDRA- nice, clean, 3BR/2BA,
garage, very private, maintenance free,
pets ok, $1200/mo. 241-4750.
PV ADORABLE 3/2. No smoking/ pets.
$1300/mo. 246-3091.
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.
JAX Beach- 3BR/1.5BA, just 7 blocks to
ocean! Equipped kit & morel $1075/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1BA, CH&A,
painted, carpeted, WDHU, fenced yard.
246-0576
OLD PV, 4BR/2BA, 3 lots from ocean,
2400sf, WBFP, $1900/mo., 220-6244.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, tile floors, updat-
ed bathroom. No smoking. $1250/mo.
+$1000/dep. 673-6335, 486-0937.
AT MAYO on canal, lease purchase, 3/2/2
$1300/mo. Independent Brokers & Associ-
ates Inc; 247-4333 or 710-3111.
NEPTUNE BEACH- 3 block to ocean,
great family neighborhood, nice 3/2 with
large yard, $1350/mo. Call 285-2952.


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Unfurnished Homes Cranes Lake PV 2BR/2.5BA, two story Unfurnished Condos
1 Plantation Oaks PV 5BR/5BA, new two lakefront condo, screened lanai, fireplace, Palms at Marsh Landing JB
Story w/hardwood floors, 4246 sqft, overlooks comm. pool. $995/mo. Screened porch, tile floors, amenities.
preserve, 3 car garage. $3800/mo.traastal West 1BR/1BA, Ground floor. $900/mo..
85 N 19th Avenue -JB 3BR/3.5BA, three story Intrc2BR/2BA, Ground floor. $1100/mo.
home w/incredible oceanviws, elevator, office, Bishops Court- Hodges 1BR/1BA, ground 2BR/2BA, ground floor w/garage. $1150/mo.
fenced yard. $3500/mo. floor/end unit, water to golf course views, 3BR/2BA, 2nd floor, top/end unit. $1275/mo.
SThe Plantation PV 3BR/2.5BA, beautiful 2 amenities. $850/mo.. rand Cay Villas PV 2BR/2BA, ground floor
Story home, hardwood and tile floors, den/ Reserve at James Island Gate Pkwy in great condition, screened porch, amenities.
office, balcony. $3000/mo. 2BR/2BA, ground floor condo, screened $1100/mo.
S Ponte Vedra By Sea- PV 4BR/3BA, home has porch, tile and carpet, great amenities. $1095/ Villas at Marsh Landing JB
" living, dining and great room, 3 car garage, mo. Screened porch, garage, amenities.
Screened porch. $2600/mo. Wolf Creek Hodges 2BR/2BA,ground floor, $1100/mo.
SSummerfield PV 3BR/2BA, spacious home Newer townhouse w/ wooded preserve views, 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor, $1100/mo.
Sin walking distance to schools & bch, patio, 2 amenities, screened porch. Belleza PV 3BR/2BA, ground floor, recently
car garage. $2000/mo. 2BR/2.5BA. $1100/mo. remodeled, tile floors, screened porch, amenities.y
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t 3 story townhouse, tile floors, attached garage, 2BR/2BA, st floor w/private garage screenedis
ocean views, $2000/mo. porch, amenities. $1150/mo. Sawgrass -PV 4BR/4.5BA, 2 story home, screened
' Fiddlers Marsh PV 3BR/2BA, home on lake, Brightwater Gate Pkwy in poo, golf course views, game room. $3500/mo.
Seat of A1A, screened porch, comm. pool & 2BR/2.5BA. Remodeled townhouse, attached Ponte Vedra Shores Vilano 3BR/3BA, 3 story
tennis. $1700/mo. Remoele townhouse, attached townhouse w/ocean views, garage, balconies, I
tennis. $1700/mo.
S660 Upper 8th Ave. S. JB 3BR/1.5BA, two garage, screened porch, amenities. $1200/mo. townhn views, garage, balconies,
story w/tile floors, carpet, Florida room, fenced Bentwater Place Hodges 3BR/2BA, home Ocean Grande SPV 3BR/3BA,2nd floorluxury
yard. $1550/mo. has screened porch, large fenced backyard, cea ra 3 2 oor l r
Sandy Oaks PV 3BR/2BA, home w/wood overlooks preserve. $1400/mo. condo, garageile floors, elevatorsscree n porch
clg.deck, hardwood 0 floors, 2 car garage, cathedral Johns Creek Hdges 3BR/2BA, home has The lny PV 2BR/2BA, ground floor condo,
ceilings. $1500/mo. .aasyekuf
1018 23rd St. N JB 3BR/2.5BA, two story pen floor plan, fenced yard, garage, patio, fireplace, garage, east of AlA. $1400/mo.
home, tile and new carpet flooring, wood deck, comm pool. $1500/mo. P BR AX Coastal Re
garage. $1500/mo. Stacey Road San Pablo 3BR/2BA home on REMAX Coastal Real Estate
Sawrass PV 3BR2BA home interior/ inlet w/floating dock, upgrades, tile floors, property Management
exterior recently remodeled, comm. pool, deck, garage. $1895/mo. (800)299-5616 (904)285-5640 i
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AB, 882 East Coast, 4BR/2.5BA, Pool,
2car garage. $2500kno. +$1200/deposit.
338-4828.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/1BA, five blocks to
beach, $1250/mo. Pets negotiable.
612-9911
SHORT-TERM LEASE. 3BR/2.5BA, Jax
Beach $890/mo. +dep. (904)220-5797.
SAN PABLO & Atlantic Blvd., furnished
3BR/2BA house w/large fenced yard. Mi-
nutes from beaches & schools. $1500/mo
+deposit. Yard maintenance included.
Available now. 993-9283
PVB/ SOLANO Cay 3BR/2.5BA,new tile
carpet, A/C. Available now. $1350/mo.
285-2952.
INTRACOASTAL WEST, 3BR/2BA w/ga-
rage! Community pool, tennis & more!
Convenient to schools, shopping & beach!
$1150/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
JAX BEACH, nice 3/1, 908 12th St. No.,
$1100/mo. +deposit, 242-0544.
JAX BEACH, 37th Ave. S. 1/2 block
ocean, 3BR/2BA, $1550/mo. (904)910-
1108, (919)358-0244.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4BR/2BA, 2car ga-
rage, fireplace. $1675/mo. includes lawn
service. 249-6501, 233-7224.
ATLANTIC BCH 3/2 townhouse, breakfast
bar, fireplace, appliances, screened patio,
private fenced yard, lots of storage. Avail-
able 11/1, $1300/mo. 373-0492.
3/2, BRAND new kitchen and baths, fire-
place, privacy deck, 2 car garage, new
roof, 1632sf., wooded neighborhood,
quick walk to beach. $1600/mo. 853-6467.
WEST BEACHES, 4/2, $1200/mo., fire-
place, open floor plan. 12708 Aqua Surf
Road. Ready for occupancy. VIP Real-,
ty, 962-6190.
NEPTUNE BEACH, beautifully restored
2BR/1BA beach cottage, located 1.5
blocks to ccean at 214 South Street.
CH&A, Berber carpet, tile kitchen & bath,
laundry room, storage garage, fenced
yard and much more, $1295/mo, $1295
security deposit. No smoking. No pets.
246-8911, 704-1751
NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands, 2BR.
2.5BA townhome; 1 car garage, communi-
ty-pool, $995/mo. 655-5990.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private, 4BR/3BA, plus bonus room,
2-car garage, w/many amenities.
$1700/mo. 860-1690.
JAX BEACH, 4BR/1.5BA New tile, A/C,
plumbing, paint & landscaping. Fenced
backyard. Includes lawn service and W/D.
$1550/mo. 270-0808
OCEANFRONT, S. Ponte Vedra, 3/2, me-
ticulously kept. $3550/mo. (904)993-4011.
NORTH JAX Beach, 3BR/1BA, close to
schools and beach. 1755 8th St. N.
$1200/mo. 249-0231.
SAN PABLO/ BEACH BLVD.
PELICAN BAY: Beautiful community. Like
new 4BR/2.5BA, 1840sf, like new, 2 car
gar., all appliances, +washer/ dryer,
screen porch, deck, jacuzzi. $1495/mo.
349-3434.

S JAX BEACH- 3/2 beach home. CH/A,
WDHU, Util. bldg./ workshop, fenced yard,
kids playground. Avail. 11/1, $1850/mo.
Call Sam 249-3403.
JAX BCH, quiet neighborhood, .3BR,
1672sf,, 2 car garage, new kitchen, wood
floors, fenced yard, extra clean. Lawn svc
incl. $1550/mo. (904)710-5059. Broker/
Owner.
12226 Versailles St., near Beach Blvd.
and Keman Blvd. Very private, .quiet
neighborhood. 3/2, CH&A, WDHU, ceiling
fans, -hardwood floors, fenced yard.
$950/mo. discounted rent, 1yr. lease. No
pets. (904)993-1114.
ATL. BCH/ Oak Harbor, 1232 Galapagos.
3BR/2BA, family room, carport, fenced.
$1295/mo. Discount for' 2yr. lease.
612-8868.
ATdLANTIq ~ B Rr3,R,5BA, Towrom.._.
Fenced backyard, frplc., laundry rti,
screened- porch. No- pets-, $900/fmo.-
1929 Main St., 565-2763.

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SUMMERHOUSE, 2BR/2BA. Available
now! Clubhouse, fitness center, theater,
spa service, beach shuttle and more.
$1099/mo. The Property Manager.
(904)645-5100 x01, cell 591-4747.
OCEANFRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury,
2BR/2BA, garage. $2200/mo. Call
(904)476-7548.
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.
JAX BEACH 2BR/2BA, w/garage, fire-
place, pool, fitness, new carpet, no pets.
$1100/mo., (904)246-8397.
PVB CONDOS- 1/1 750sf, $850; 2/2.5
townhouse, 1100sfm, $1050; 3/2 1280sf.,.
$1150. Realty Executives, Ponte Vedra,
(904)249-7676, press 2.
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, 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 see! 904-
273-8923 or 904-294-8164.
JAX BEACH, Palms at Marsh Landing.
1/1, W/D, screened lanai, $850/mo. lease
purchase. 821-1136 or 254-5880.
PONTE VEDRA Summerhouse. New
2BR/2BA. 5 star amenities. Great location!
Bottom floor unit. $990/mo. +deposit. 838-
9400.
PONTE VEDRA, furnished 1BR, fireplace,
gated, five star amenities, $850/mo.,
(704)301-5953.


FREE RENT! PVB, THE COLONY. Walk/
bike to beach, 2BR/2BA, comer unit, 2nd
floor, high ceilings, new carpet/ tile, W/D,
fireplace, garage. $1145/mo. Janet
(904)635-6375.
PONTE VEDRA, 2/2, very nice, approx.
1100sf, end unit, pond, W/D, tennis &
pool, 2131 Seahawk Drive, $990/mo.,
223-3652.
ATLANTIC BCH, 2BR/2BA, pool, like new,
steps to beach, parking, $1200/mo. Pets
ok. (646)552-4487.
OCEANFRONT 2BR/2BA, Ocean 14. No
pets. lyr lease. $1500/mo. plus dep. 334-
2737.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, granite, dogs ok, $1150/mo.
(904)803-4545.
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlantic Blvd @
the Intracoastal Waterway. 3/4BR, 3.5BA,
approximately 2700sf. w/marina view. Re-
sort style living. $2250/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.
OCEANFRONT, 1BR/1BA, Jax Beach
South, 811 So. 1st St., unfurnished, pool,
ground floor. Unit remodeled and beauti-
ful. No pets. 1 parking space, $1299/mo.,
$1299 security deposit. Please call
(904)463-1036.
THE VILLAS. 2BR/2BA, garage, porch,
ground floor, pool, etc. $1050/mo.
WITH 1YR LEASE, LAST MONTH FREE.
233-3545.
OCEAN VIEW, brand new, 3/2, upgrad-
ded; consider lease option, $2900/mo.
Owner/ Agent,' 463-7343.


ICW- 2BR/2BA, gated, JTB/ Hodges, W/D ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/2, pool, Furnished,
water included, gym, pool, $1050/mo all utilities: elec., water, cable, internet.
(904)994-2825. $1500/mo. 904-535-3598.


ATLANTIC BCH Seaplace, lovely 2/2,
steps to ocean, furnished/ unfurnished,
$1200/mo. (904)887-5005.

TOWNHOME JAX Beach- 2BR/1.5BA,
W/D, private fenced patio, 1.5 blocks to
beach. 2140 2nd St. S., $1250/mo. Pets
OK. (760)445-4789.


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.


SUMMER SANDS, Ig 1BR w/ loft, frplc., 2BR/2BA CRANES Lake condo, all appli-
clubhouse w/ pool, 1 car gar., $875/mo. ances, move in ready, $1100/mo.,
993-7328. (904)521-3200.


PVB, 2/2 in Ocean Grove, first floor, lake
view, W/D, beach access. All amenities.
$1100/mo. 543-9725 or 881-1796.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, walk to beach;
gated community, 2/2 unfurnished condo
east of A1A, $1200/mo, $1000/deposit.
Brand new everything. Danny, 710-9649
or 553-6105.
PONTE VEDRA Beach townhouse condo,
lake front, immaculate. No deposit. No
smoking. "No nonsense" community.
$1025/mo., 280-8782.
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.
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA,
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs. $1700/mo. (Room-
mates considered) (404)325-0820,
(404)784-6601.
PVB GRAND Cay Villas, 2/2, fireplace,
W/D, screened porch, new carpet, new
paint. Available now. $995/mo.,
655-0325.
OCEANFRONT
ATLANTIC BEACH, Cloister Condo.
3BR/2BA. All amenities, all appliances,
incl. washer/ dryer. Avail. 1/1/08
219-2481.
WALK TO BEACH
JAX BEACH- OCEANVIEW
2BR 2EA conao Irpi: baic.nv. VVDHU.
._ p ark; r',j ';p :i '-"1,950 ir,. Filu J;' ,P.pi ,ll
Mi 4763 or 642.9307'
2BR/2BA, MONUMENT RD. Townhome,
on lake, remodeled, $950/mo. (furnished
optional). (904)860-1690.


PONTE VEDRA.BEACH Ocean Links 3/2
with wraparound porch, all app inc, pool,
hot tub, gym, sports. No dogs, cats ok,
overlooks golf course, pest control and
water inc, $1,200, call Joy 881-7775.


OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
(904)249-8269.
OCEANFRONT 1BR or 2BR, daily/ week-
ly/ monthly, pool, 463-7343.
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



ROOMATE WANTED, Arlington area,
$315/mo plus 1/2 util. Background check.
234-2092.
PRIVATE ROOM & Bath, 1 block to
Ocean. $550/mo. +1/2 utilities. $550/de-
posit. Call (904)860-9240.
OCEAN VIEW, JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA,
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs. $700/mo. (Room-
mates considered) (404)325-0820,
(404)784-6601.
ATLANTIC BEACH, $700/mo. includes
utilities 1 BR/1 BA and patio. 200-8977


BEST OF both worlds. Ocean front condo
to share, with executive office amenities.
Offered at $850/mo. 247-8338, 994-9499.
TWO ROOMS in nice 3/2 rental/ share-
near beach, 1/2 utilities. Deposit.
$650/mo., 708-2911, 241-1008.
BEACH, ACROSS street incl. private bath,
utility, cable. $799/mo. (904)249-9981.


SOUTH JAX Beach, large private room,
w/ bath, furnished, cable, private entrance,
CH&A, $140/wk + $140 deposit; on bus
line, 246-0862.
ROOMMATE WANTED PVB Sawgrass'
Townhome W/D, all util. including cable &
internet, $650/mo. or $700 w/garage. 994-
4681.
OFF MAYPORT Road, $440/mo. cable &
utilities included, 923-6482.
AB & PVB, nice, quiet, with private bath,
235-9304.


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garage. Partially furnished, share expens-
es, washer/ dryer. $695/mo. YOU'LL BE
MOVING SOON IF YOU JUST CALL
JUNE AT 994-3608. Owner, realtor.
JAX BEACH, 2 bedrooms downstairs with
private bath. $550 & $650/mo. Walk to
beach. (904)237-4354.


OFFICE SPACE for rent in Jacksonville
Beach, single offices or full suite available.
Please email interest to:
coffeeshop235@yahoo.com
JAX BEACH OFFICE SPACE
Prime class-A space for lease. Walk to
Starbucks in S. Jax Beach. 1230sf, below
market rate. 910-2256.
SINGLE PROFESSIONAL office space for
lease across from Mayo Clinic. Available
January '08. $550/mo. 223-0035.
PRIME 600SQ FT. Neptune Beach busi-
ness office. Ample parking, 3rd Street sig-
nage. handicap access, immediate availa-
bility. Call 241-0666.


OFFICE SPACE, 2 months free! 1500sf.,
$1750/mo., near Beach and 3rd., 416
South 3rd St., 2nd floor. Call 993-2222.

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East of A1A/
walk to beach
Close to shopping/
restaurants
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COMMERCIAL OFFICE with available
6250 sf parking lot; 800 to 3400 sf $15.00
NNN Jax Beach; 4th St. N. and 11th Ave.
N. (904)249-4091.
OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE Space for lease,
2 locations, Mayport Rd. and Nocatee.
Free rent. 514-1090.
RETAIL STORE front and restaurant for
lease, Mayport, 514-1090.


FREE KITTENS. Black/ grey tabbies,
beautiful markings, affectionate. Litter-
trained, shots. Call 294-2269
FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.
FREE PUPPIES- Lab & Australian Blue
Heeler mix, 254-0345.
DOGGIE DUTY full service pet sitting. Call
for appt. 568-9880.
FREE KITTENS to a good home. 2 cute
black females, 10 weeks old. 434-8855.
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty, 874-6062.


LOST'BLUE parakeet, South Jax Beach
area, 248-1267.
B ILOST LARGE black, male lab, green
Soaouiiage collar, v fend very very
missed. Please call 866-0064.
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.
FOUND SPAYED, female kitty in Mickler
Beach area. Call to identify. 273-8602.
FOUND 10/2, brown & white Rat Terrier.
Call to ID 285-7924.

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NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra I. Lyn Broderick, 247-8609.
SWIMMING LESSONS
All ages, W.S.I. certified, 34 years teach-
ing. Beaches Aquatic Ctr. 246-3822, 568-
6245

PIANO LESSONS
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.
BEACHES TUTORING: Homework help,
K-6. Experienced, Master of Arts in
Teaching; at your home, $30/hr.
868-9626.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com
MATH TUTOR
Thru Algebra I. References, reasonable.
John McCann 273-3784.



PART TIME Data Entry. 2pm-7pm, M-F.
30-year-old consulting company located at
Hodges Blvd. and JTB is seeking to fill
their Data Entry position. Reliability a
must! Basic computer skills are required,
knowledge of Word & Outlook necessary.
Must be able to accurately input customer
information into a computerized database
system. Experience in answering a
multi-line telephone system is desired.
$7.50-$8:00/hr. Please email your resume
to: email@balescompany.com or Fax to
421-2100.

DRY CLEANER needs PT Counter Help,
$8/per/hour. 333-8572.
CLEANING PERSON needed 4hrs weekly
or bi-weekly. 6th Ave. N., Jax Bch. $10/hr.
249-8858.
CERTIFIED SCRUB TECH, Plastic Sur-
gery. Experience required.:Fax resume to
(904)285-3931.
CLEANERS NEEDED early evening &
late night restaurant cleaning. Phone &
car a must. 273-2761.
PART-TIME/ FULL-TIME Front Office
Staff at a holistic doctor's office. Re-
sponsibilities 'will include answering
phones, scheduling appointments and
marketing. Written and verbal communica-
tion skills and computer knowledge are re-
quired. Please fax resume and references
to (904)246-3778. No phone calls please.
ABOVE AND Beyond Housekeeping,
seeking responsible individuals, reliable
transportation and phone required.
591-5901, 514-1188.
OFFICE CLEANERS, P/T evenings.
Southside/ Ponte Vedra area. Flexible
evenings. 636-9107.
COMFORT KEEPERS
CNA's/ HHA's/ Companions. Flexible
hours. Must have car. Up to $9.50/hr. Call
24hr jobline, (904)230-9228.

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.

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper ar 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.
EXPERIENCED BARISTA for beaches
coffee shop. Please email resume to
cdffeeshop235@yah6o.com c
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NEED'A Pet Sitter? 14 years experience
in care & medication. Under My Wing.
888-484-8040.


OFFICE CLEANING ONLY
Beaches area
Bonded. Call 742-0193


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


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JAMES WYNNE REPAIRS, INC.
Block & Brick Masonry. New construction,
additions, repairs. Licensed & Insured.
333-1388.


IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com
SMALL TIME MOVING
Small to medium moves/ any distance/ flat
rates. Garage clean-outs. (904)242-0020.


KEN'S PRESSURE Washing & Lawn
Service. Houses & driveways. Free esti-
mates. 252-6112.
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Beaches Office (904) 241-5414
Westside Office (904) 786-9827
Cell (904) 714-8400.


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

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this category please call 904-249-9033 or
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KEN'S LAWN CARE
Cutting, edging, weed-eating, landscap-
ing, pressure washing, grading and sod-
ding. Free estimate. 252-6112.


ORGANIZING- CLEANING: home, office,
closets. Also sewing, landscaping. Refer-
ences. 221-0801.
AFFORDABLE CLEANING SERVICE.
Many years experience; references availa-
ble. Call Kelly for estimate, 238-9040.


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


QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal, &
Painting. Residential, Commercial.
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October 12, 2007


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.
PRIVATE DUTY CNA needed for disabled
female, several evening hours. Beaches
area. Leave message 246-0778.
AM BANQUET COOK & PM DISH-
WASHER. Marsh Landing Country Club
in Ponte Vedra Beach is currently hiring a
part-time AM Banquet Cook and a part-
time PM Dishwasher. Position available
immediately. Apply in person at the Marsh
Landing Clubhouse Tuesday-Saturday.
Call 285-6514 for directions.


DEPUTY PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
City of Atlantic Beach, starting pay of up to
$58,926 annually, DOQ + benefits. Engi-
neer degree: CE preferred with minimum
4 yrs. experience with Public Works proj-
ects. Must have valid FL Driver's License
with good driving record. Applications will
be accepted until the position is filled and
my be obtained at www.coab.us or 800
Seminole Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL
(904)247-5820. No smokers/ tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE
CNA
FULL-Time, 3pm-11pm at a Premier Re-
tirement Community. Excellent benefit
package, competitive wages, good work-
ing environment. Applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to
(904)246-9447; email to: jobs@fleetland-
ing.com EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.

FT/PT Sales Person needed. Apply, Sea
Shells and Coral, 230 North Boardwalk,
JB.
THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person 11 N. 3rd St:,
2nd floor, send an email to:
personnel@jaxbchfl.net, or visit our
website www.JacksonvilleBeach.org
Drug free work environment, EOE, VP.

RN
Full-time, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm
to work in our outpatient.clinic at a premier
retirement community. Responsibilities to
include all resident and employee health
care. Excellent benefits, work environment
and management team. Applications
available at Fleet Landing Security Gate,
One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
FL 32233. Fax to (904)246-9447; website
at fleetlanding.com; email to: jobs@fleet-
landing.com EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
PARK RANGER
City of Atlantic Beach, $10.90/hr.;
*$436/wk.; $22,672/yr. Responsible for
custodial & grounds keeping activities in
maintaining parks & recreation areas with-
in the city. Must have valid FL drivers
license & be able to obtain First Aid &
CPR certification within.6 months of hire.
Application accepted until 10/24/07, 800
Seminole Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233.
For more info call (904)247-5820 or visit
www.coab.us. No smokers/d tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.


VENUS is looking for Pickers/ Packers,
Inspectors and Keyers. Call our job line at
645-6000 prompt 2. We also take applica-
tions in our lobby at 11711 Marco Beach
Drive from 9am-4pm, Mon.-Fri. EOE.
HAIR STYLISTS needed in Beaches area,
FT/ PT. Call 246-0509.
HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER needed, experi-
ence a must. Call (904)249-9981.
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.
DISPATCHERS NEEDED for local cab
company. Must know Jacksonville & sur-
rounding areas. All shifts available. Please
call 246-9999.
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED for fast paced
fence company. Fax resume 543-8733.
EXPERIENCED PRINTING personnel
needed in beaches area for growing print
shop. Customer service, graphic artist,
sales. Fax to 241-7349 or'email to:
reasa@surfsideprinting.com
RECEPTIONIST- FAST paced orthopae-
dic practice located at the beach looking
for full-time receptionist. Mon- Fri,
40hrs/wk. Hours vary between 7am-6pm.
Must have minimum 2 yrs experience in
medical practure. Full benefits. Fax re-
sume: (904)241-7331.
SERVER NEEDED for Pablo Creek Club;
Great work environment, benefits, 1
month paid vacation. Call 992-6900 ext.
32.
REGIONAL COMMERCIAL General Con-
tractor, located at the beaches, seeking
experienced office clerical, project admin-
istration, and traveling project superin-
tendent professionals. 3-5 years experi-
ence in the commercial construction in-
dustry required. Great pay, benefits, insur-
ance available. Send resume to: construc-
tionempl@aol.com.
DRIVERS- TOP Pay & excellent home-
time! We train car haulers! Superior bene-
fits package! CDL-A w/2 years OTR expe-
rience. (800)889-8139.

MID LEVEL practitioner (ARNP, PNP, PA)
needed for busy pediatric office at the
beach, FT/PT. Fax CV to 642-2344.
CUSTOMER SERVICE position, 8:30am-
5pm, M-F, Jax Bch office. Need excellent
people skills. Must have customer service
exp. Please fax resume to 904-246-9008.
LABORERS, CARPENTERS (all types),
Scaffold Erectors, Ironworkers, Skilled
Construction Personnel, excellent pay with
transportation, 726-5661.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
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.


DRY CLEANING, Silk Presser, Ponte Ve- BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
dra area, guaranteed hours. 285-5644. needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
,^ ,A.. ,r -.^nrM-ric ro ... liqh Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.


FRAMINGllllr /nrcl I cEno ll- Torestauis e
company. Drug free work place. Benefits.
241-2721.
MORTGAGE BROKERS, Commonwealth
Mortgage is here to support you and close
your loans. Call for interview, 241-4608.
FULL-TIME FLORAL Designer/ Manager,
Full-time Receiving Manager part-time
Cashiers, part-time paint department, Full-
time & part-time carry out, Procter Ace
Hardware and Floral Imporium. 870 A1A
N. Ponte Vedra Beach. 285-8101.


KUHN FLOWERS
We are currently accepting-applications
for a permanent full time Sales Associate.
We offer competitive salary, paid vacation,
and medical & dentil insurance. We are a
drug free workplace. Apply in person at
832-10 AlA North, 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.

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.
HAIR & Nail Booth rentals, $200 per
week. In South Jax Beach, on 3rd Street.
246-2121.
MEDICAL 'BILLING & Front Desk posi-
tions available for busy pediatric practice.
Compefative salary, full benefit package.
Call'642-2942 or fax resume, 642-2344.
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.
HAMILTON AND Co. Total Image Salon
located at the corner of Atl. Blvd. & 3rd St.
has openings for booth renters or commis-
sion positions. For info call 241-1020.
FITNESS PROFESSIONALS needed for
growing personal training company. Expe-
rience is a must. Superior Image Personal
Fitness. info@thesuperiorimage.com.
904-249-9433.


*BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
FT/PT COOK & servers for assisted living
facility. Apply in person Ashford Court,
1700 The Greens Way, Jax Beach.


IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
mail: -classified@ beaheseiaed4r.e c 6- r


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








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Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
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NOTICE TO READERS
WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity
ads which require you to pay a fee to get
information or that refer you to 976-or 900-
phone numbers which will result in sub-
stantial charges to your phone bill, the
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
of offerings in this classification. If any ad-
vertiser requires you to incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a fee to learn the na-
ture of the opportunity, please report it to
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033.



LOVING IN-HOME Child Care PVB. Ages
6 weeks and up. HRS licensed. 8 years
-experience.Call Tammy at 524-7224.
OPENINGS IN Ones and Threes- Accred-
ited Preschool Readiness, Full Time
classes; discount fees available. 25 years
experience; voted "Beaches Favorite"
thpe years'05, '06, '07. Beaches Acade-
my, 1725 Penman Road, www.beachesa-
cademy.com 246-3885.
OPENINGS IN One's, Three's and VPK.
www.beachesacademy.com. 246-3885,
1725 Penman Rd., Jax Bch, FL.
ACTIVE NANNY honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $10-$12/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. P/T or F/T.
260-4915.
BOWLING FAMILY Daycare has openings
for infants & up. State certified, CPR, First
Aid, CDA Teaching Degree. Call Laura,
220-6059 or 476-4251.
INFANT OPENING- Accredited child care,
25 years experience- voted "Beaches Fa-
vorite" three years '05, '06, '07. Beaches
Academy, 1725 Penman Road,
www.beachesacademy.com 246-3885.
IS YOUR child ready for Kindergarten? 3
hr/day; free Pre-K Readiness at beaches
Academy, 1725 Penman Road. Only 6
spaces left. www.beachesacademy.com
246-3885.
CERTIFIED IN-HOME Daycare. 6wks.
andup. Call Becky 312-2530.



COMPASSIONATE CARE Giver, HHA; 28
years experience, loving, honest, quality
care; all hours available, including over
night; meal prep, cleaning, errands, doctor
appointments. References/ background
check available. St. Johns/ Duval Coun-
ties $12/hr., 392-7309.
IN-HOME CARE by VISITING ANGELS.
Providing the best caregivers with top ref
& criminal checks for meal-prep, errands,
respite care, companionship and more. Af-
fordable. Call us for a free in-home
assessment at 904-725-8222.
www.visitingangels.com Lic. #229886.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @beachesleader.com
CAREGIVERS FOR Seniors seeking non-
medical homemaker/ companion.
(904)639'5361.



Honest, Dependable and
Reliable Transportation
24/7
Reasonable Rates
Care with a Loving Heart.
For more info
Call: Elaine, 887-3665
or Peggy, 329-2781




GRAND OPENING
Hand crafted indoor/ outdoor furnishings.
Visit our online showroom: www.splin-
tersnmore.com.
LIVING ROOM/ office furniture set, $700;
(954)608-2698.
MUST SELL- bunkbed w/ mattresses
$500, wall entertainment unit $500, library
wall unit $95. 955-0872.
REDWOOD GLIDER swing, $25; outdoor
storage cabinet, $75; 739-7235.
THREE 24 bulb Tahning Beds, $800/ea.
OBO. Call Tom (904)220-2012.
OUTDOOR GLASS and black wrought
iron table w/6 chairs and cushions: .Excel-
lent condition. $200. Early American solid
maple dining table w/6 chairs and match-
ing hutch. $500. 207-2384.


X'S AND O'S


ACROSS
1 Bound
5 Last in a
series
10 Amphibian
14 Gras
15 _time; act
swiftly
17 Oust
20 XOXOXOX
OXOX
23 Expert
24 Hot time in
Chantilly
25 Nivens;
1973-1977
Betty White
TV role
26 Lab items
28 "Certainly"
29 Not well
31 Synthetic
fabric
34 Poet's "prior
to"
35 Fem. title
36 _Lanka
39 Crew member
40 Sidekick:
abbr.
41 XOXOXOX
OX
48 Memorize
49 Pulled
roughly
50 Queried
54 Pond growth
55 Kicks out
58 Quick way to
travel: abbr.
60 Sheer linen
61 1051
62 Last period:
abbr.
63 Suffix for
crisp
or cream
65 In a bumbling
way
67 Angels
70 Pricey hours
d'oeuvres
72 Gets back
75 Jacket style
77 Suds
78 Firm up
81 Nest sound
82 Letters on a
wanted
poster
84 Squandered
86 Specific
points
87 In _; quickly
88 Birthday suit
90 Laughs loudly
91 OX OX OX
OX
97 River near
Zahringer *
Fountain
100 Credit


101 Foreign cars
102 Desires
103 35 Across,
wed
104 Streep
106 Fragile item
107 Catch
110 Rice dish:
var.
112 Defeated in
a race
117 Rich find
119 Prefix for
system.
or sphere
120 With 128 &
f27
Across, X X
XX
125 Breastbones
126 Mansion and
grounds
127 See 120
Across
128 See 120
Across
129 out;
ignored
130 Signs of
assent
DOWN
1 Citizens'
obligations
2 Rile
3 Ms. Adams
4 Process
whiskey
5 Grand
Opry
6 Hart
7 Famous twin
8 Eye color
Determinant


record agcy.



AUCTION, FRIDAY, 7PM, Oct. 5-19,
Nov. 2-16, Dec. 7-21.
www.AnjeAuctions.net AB2659, AU3713,
AU3714..9800 Beach Blvd. 248-0926



BUYING OLD stereos and speakers,
working or not. No condition is too rough
if you have the part I need! Please call
with model numbers and prices. (904)403-
3760.


9 "..._ partridge
in a
pear tree."
10 File drawer,
perhaps
11 Small bill
12 Pale
13 Numbers'
follower:
abbr.
14 Gnawers
16 conse
quence; trivial
18 Inez, in
English
19 Past
potentates
20 Utter
21 out;
betrays
22
Encroachments
27 Beautician's
offering
30 Neck
encirclement
32 Resinous
substance
33 Leftover
35 Calendar
abbr.
36 Politician:
obsolete
37 Maytag cycle
38 Word of
disgust
40"_ Fables"
41 Bridge term
42 Raise the
voice-
43 Regal visitors
44 Bikini part
45 Queens'


GARAGE SALEI- SATURDAY -OCT. 13th
(8:30am- 3:00pm) 1839 Twelve Oaks
Lane E., (Off Penman Rd.-in Neptune
Bch.) 'Lots of vintage, clothing & fabrics,
computers, furniture, china & crystal and,
much more! See a- snapshot at
http://www.jax2600.net/sale for a preview.
FRIDAY AND Saturday 9am-4pm. 436
Bowles St. Little of everything from organ
to fish tank.
HUGE GARAGE Sale! Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
Oct. 11-13, 8am-1pm, 1140 Florida Blvd.


SUMMERSANDS SALE! Hammond Or-
IF YOU are interested in advertising under tools, household items, and musical
gan tools household items, and musical
this category please call 904-249-9033 or stuff Sat., 8am-3pm; 335 Sunrise Circle.
email: classified@beachesleader.com


SOFA- 3 sectional, 2 recliners & table, OD ZIPPO Lighte, old Pckt Knives,
$1200 OBO. 249-0622. OLD -ZIPPO Lighters, old Pocket Knives,
$1200 OBO. 249-0622. Flatware Stainless & Sterling. 993-8679.
GE WASHER & Dryer, 8yrs old, great
cond., $400 for both. 241-2112. WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
Sold jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.
AT&T PARTNER phone system, 5 phones
installed for $899. 249-8877.


BOX FREEZER, nearly new, $85;
881-42,23
FURNITURE: 2 loveseats, 4-poster king
bed, Bombay chest, armoire, oversized re-
cliner, desk w/ hutch, office chair. Call
(352)219-7119 for pictures and prices vis-
it: http://www.geocities.com/alexislaporta


GRANITE TOPS FOR LESS
Save on granite counter tops and vanities.
Free estimates! Call'Buddy 249-1860
www.GraniteTopsForLess.com
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, 5x7, solid
oak, contemporary, like new $450.
(904)651-3343.
E-320 MERCEDES Factory. Mags, 16x7.
Like new $200. (904)704-6144.
WHITE' CHEST of drawers $40, French
Prov night. table $45, JVC 13" TV (great
pictures),'$40, oriental 8x2 hall runner
$35/ each, aluminum standing artist eisle
$15, 'matching queen size comforter w/
skirt & pillows $25, electric Sears massag-
er exerciser $20, huge indoor plants $10,
beautiful loveseat sofabed originally
$1000, sell for $450, 285-0084.
FULL SIZE Fridge, top freezer, Frigidaire,
silver front, 'black sides, $200 OBO. A/C
window unit, Frigidaire, 6,000 BTU's, $100
OBO. 993-4205.

APPLIANCES
Smooth top stove, microwave, S/S refrig-
erator, $200. 221-2235.
ROLLTOP SOLID oak computer desk, 2
metal chandeliers, 2 dark blue drapery
panels, 2 twin down comforters, curtain
finials (antique gold colored), twin electric
blanket, loads of kid plus home stuff,
303-3936.
18" NEW'snake chaps $30. 16" Woody
Armour hunting boots, (men's 9) $65.
Trailer hitch w/wires $65. New Sony Eric-
son 300 Wi $125. 755-4689.
GOLF: PLAY Sawgrass TPC Stadium
Course. 4 passes $600. 525-3335.
BEAUTIFUL OAK dining room set (RC
Jones), table, 6 chairs, crystal cabinet
w/touch control lighting, $4000 (original
price $8000); excellent condition, rarely
used 247-1008 or 305-2048.


WURLITZER PIANO for sale. Good condi-
tion, just needs tuning, asking $750, mov-
ing must sell (321)223-5003.
HAMMOND ORGAN w/stool, Leslie Ani-
mation, excellent condition, $500 OBO.
Call 242-0189 or 616-6227.


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


BIG INDOOR SALE
Saturday, 8am-1pm, 12 families.
Beach & 15th, S. to Shetter, Wto 1600.
Follow Red & White signs.
Something for everyone
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE. Four homes,
freezer, furniture, Total Sports America
gym set, holiday decor, pig collection,
misc. Sat., 8am-? 929 12th St. No.
LOTS OF Furniture: desk, crib, bassinet,
dressers, computer armoire, .household
goods and kid'ststuff. Saturday, 7:30am,
1747 8th St. N.
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE, 2837 Sanctuary
Blvd. Compressor, 10' artificial; banana &
palm tree, water plants, 2 comforter sets,
lawn mower, ladle's golf clubs w/ bag,
boy's mountain bike, TV., etc. Saturday,
8am-12pm.
BIG BOY Salel Tools, NASCAR, big truck,
accessories, 1201 9th Ave. No., Sat.,
8am-12noon.
INDOOR SALE 9AM-4PM Saturday &
Sunday, Oct. 13th & 14th. 1002 N. 11th
St. Ring doorbell and enter. No early
birdsll
SMALL YARD Sale, Jon Boat, W/D, etc.,
Sat, 7-11am; 501 10th PI. So.
SAT., OCT. 13, 8am-? 85 Tallwood Road.
Beautiful dining room set, household
items, pictures. Too much to list.

SANCTUARY
COMMUNITY SALE.
8am-12pm Saturday, October 13th. Off
South Beach Parkway, to Jacksonville Dr.,
to Sanctuary Blvd. Raindate October 20th.



SAT., 8AM, college dorm furniture, begin-
ning music instruments and band items;
807 Cedar St.


FRIDAY 9AM-2PM, 449 Margaret St. Up-
right freezer, kitchen island (white w/ blue
tile top), craft supplies, holiday decor and
lots of miscellaneous.
MOVING SALE Saturday, Oct 13th., Lots
of items: furniture, toys, household, etc.
412 Myra St. (2 houses off 3rd St.).


MOVING SALE! Household goods, furni-
ture, aquarium, wine cooler, freezer, yard
tools, boat; Sat/ Sun, 8am 'til all gone. 510
Orchid St.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, too many to men-
tion. Fri., Sat., 10/12 & 13, 8am. 365 Sar-
go Road (off Royal Palm Dr.), 249-0863.
SATURDAY, 8AM-NOON No early birds!
290 Pine Street. Holiday decorations,
household & garden, kayak for sale.
Something for everyone
YARD SALE, Sat., 8am-? 1126 Hidden
Cove Circle South.
BIG DUAL Family Garage Sale, Sat.,
10/13, 8am-2pm, 663 Selva Lakes Circle.
Beautiful marble top kitchen table w/4
chairs and matching Baker's Rack, chil-
dren's wicker day bed w/trundle, micro-
wave, bread baker, Halloween costumes,
clothing and other household items.
SAT. 10/13 8am- 1pm, 487 Irex Rd. off of
Royal Palm. NO EARLY BIRDS. 3 fami-
lies, you name it... we've got it! Little bit of
everything. Come check us out.


PLANTATION OAKS Community Garage
Sale, Route 210 near the round-about.
Saturday 10/13, 8-12.
LENOX, BACCARAT crystal. George
Washinton (smooth edge dollar coin), jew-
elry, sterling, and s.p., 150-A No. Roscoe
Blvd., Sat., 8am-12noon.




VILLAGES OF Pablo community yard
sale, Saturday 10/13, 8am. (San Pablo
Rd. between Beach & Atlantic). Don't miss
huge sale at pool parking lot benefiting
The Donna Hicken Foundation.
MOIN S ALE iig bero &po


place: abbr.
46 Irritable
47 Western
51 Carson, for
one
52 Building
addition
53 Actress
Susan
55 Peaceful
place
56 Vice's
follower
57 Hosp. section
59 Right of
ownership
64 Beethoven
works
66 Have to have
67 Beverage
holder
68 Huge beast,
familiarly
69 French
boyfriends
71 Used a bench
72 TV
manufacturer
73 Words from
the hard of
hearing
74 Alcoholic
beverage
76 Due
78 Urge on
79 Room color
80 Speech
impediment
83 "Getting to
"; song
from the "The
King and I"
85 Word div.


86 Opponent
89 Kennedy or
Wilson: abbr.
90 57 Down
staff: abbr.
92 Amerindian
93 Elem. school
subjs.
94 Soap
ingredient
95 lamb;
butcher shop
purchase
96 Like some
toenails
97 Elec. unit
98 Haywire
99 Ignited again
104 Writer H. H.

105 Draw
107 Salamanders
108 Long
109 Ghostly
greeting
111 Over the hill
113 Trial
114 Q trailers
115 Be of;
cheer for
116 Part of a
musical
chord
118 Money
abroad
121 Landers
122 Use a hand
shuttle
123 Maroon
124 Disencumber


HUGE SALE, men & women, too many
items to list. Saturday, 8am-lpm, 4265
Stacey Rd. East.



JAX BEACH; 706 2nd Ave. N., Oct. 12-14,
Fri/ Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 11am-2pm. Anti-
ques, BR, LR, DR, kitchen, jewelry, 3 new
lazy- boys, antique African trunk,, antique
clocks, Victorian dresser, antique ward-
robe, old linens, 3 TVs. www.yesterday-
childinc.com


2000 CELEBRITY 18' Bowrider.
Mercruiser, In/out, 200hp. Great for wa-
tersports or cruising. Exc. cond., garage
kept, 250 hours, custom trailer. $12K
OBO. (407)509-7660.
BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40' with water & electric, $500. 463-2845.
BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit
www.MarinaClubPV.com


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.
2000 HONDA Sabre, 1100cc V-twin, low
miles, windshield, mustang seat, back
rest. Asking $4500 OBO. Phone 247-1733
for appt.


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.
$4500 OBO. 887-9030.
1995 FORD AEROSTAR XL, runs great,
good A/C, 119,000 mis., $2000, 241-2112.
2000 Silverado LS Z71, 95K miles, Rhino,
Leer topper, white w/grey leather int, tow
pkg. excellent cond. Call Sam at
249-3403.
1995 ASTRO Van, A/T 6cyl., racks.
$1,300 or trade for midsize cycle or larger
scooter. Call 673-7016.
2002 DODGE Caravan SE, seats 7; excel-
lent condition. 20mpg city, 27 hwy; 62000
miles. Silver, never smoked in, $6200,
246-3555.


1988 TOYOTA Celica, AT, 115K miles.
Runs greatly $900 OBO. 270-8612.
2003 FORD Thunderbird convertible with
hard top charcoal gray, 35k miles,
$23,500. 270-1707.


MOVING SALE- Dining, bedroom & pool
fum. Oct. 20th, 8-12am, San Pablo area, 1995 HONDA Civic SI, 2D, hatchback,
14221 Pine Island Dr. 992-8967. 160K miles; fair, $1750, 339-2174.


SAT., 9/13, 8am-till? 366 Prindle Dr. East:
at Hodges & Atlantic, turn between Star-
bucks & Walgreens (Joeandy) 3rd sub on
right, right on Prindle (Arbor Point sub).
Lots of furniture: cherry video cabinet,
wood bench, end tables, entertainment
center, high glass table, cherry desk &
chair, maple finish computer desk, nice
green bookshelf; florals, decorator items,
curtains, shades, stained glass, pub/ pool
light, lamps & shades, set of T-Fal and a
whole lot more.
LIGHTHOUSE POINTE (just West of In-
tracoastal Bridge on Beach Blvd) Satur-
day, 8am-12pm. Furniture,'glass-top din-
ing table w/6 Bernhardt chairs; adult &
children's like new, name brand clothing;
linens; books and much more. Rain or
Shine.


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