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Weekend Edition

Vol. 45, No. 47

November 30, 2

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


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Russia's State Ice Ballet
Company performs at UNF
Dec. 13. See photo, B-1, for
ticket information.


Sharks chum for athletic funding

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Ponte Vedra High School is set
to open in August and registra-
tion will begin in late March, but
T-shirts and hats with the
school's new logo may be ready
for sale next month.
"The easiest way for the school
to start making money is selling
merchandise," Principal Craig
Speziale told his advisory com-
mittee Wednesday.
That merchandise will sport
the new logo for the Ponte Vedra
Sharks, which was unveiled at
the meeting at Landrum Middle
Also making a first appearance
to the advisory committee was
Gene Baker, the high school's
newly hired athletic director.
"I've had a lifelong love affair
with athletics," Baker, who
moved from Brentwood, Tenn.,
told committee members.
"The potential of young people

is what keeps me involved."
Baker's task is to build the
school's athletic program from
scratch, and to have fall sports
such as football ready for compe-
tition when the school opens.
The school is being built just
south of County Road 210
between Davis Park and the
Nocatee Preserve, about a mile
west of the Intracoastal
Baker was the athletic director
of Bristol College in Bristol,
Tenn., for two years in the 1980s
and at Davidson Academy, a pri-
vate high school in Nashville,
Tenn., for the 2005-2006 aca-
demic year.
He was also the head baseball
coach at the University of
Northern Iowa in the late 1980s
and at the University of
Louisville in the early 1990s.
Members of the advisory com-
mittee most of whom are par-
ents of children who will attend
Ponte Vedra High School -

See SHARKS, A-3 -

photo by GRAY ROHRERi
Gene Baker (right), new athletic director for Ponte Vedra High School, chats with Linda
Feidler (left) after an advisory committee meeting Wednesday at Landrum Middle School.

Panthers heavyweight
Stephen Vaughan (left) goes
for a takedown Wednesday in
the season-opening match '"
against Palatka. See A-10:.


Russian pianist Maxim
S Anikushin will give a free
concert in Jacksonville
Beach today. See B-1.


Karina Petroni of Atlantic
Beach has surfed her way to
the 2008 World Championship
Tour. See story, A-11.

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Work .continues.Thursday at and below ground level of a new, larger parish hall
at Christ Episcopal Church, Ponte Vedra Beach. The church at Solana Road
and San Juan Drive has limited vehicle parking and access during construction
of the hall, which is expected to open in August. Another photo, A-5.

Skate Park Fever

Meeting to plan JB facility gets heated

A planning session for a proposed
skateboard park in Jacksonville Beach
heated up Wednesday between project
planners and members of the skate-
board community.
Concerns over cost, features, and
the overall park construction threat-
ened to divide a packed house of proj-
ect planners and skaters of all ages.
Approximately 50 skaters from pre-
teens to parents attended the two-hour
design meeting at City Hall. City
Councilors Tom Taylor, Steve
Hartkemeyer and Rick Knight also par-
ticipated along with City Manager
George Forbes and. Assistant City
Manager Roy Paxson.
Grounds Maintenance Director Gary
Meadors helped facilitate the meeting
with Brad Siedlecki of Pillar Action

Sports Development, who designed
four possible skate park concepts using
input gathered at the first meeting.
Siedlecki said the two elements that
will be incorporated in the final design
are a flow bowl for transitional skating
and a streetscape area.
The total area of the park will range
between 12,000 to 14,000 square feet
with 7,000 square feet dedicated for
each obstacle, using pre-cast features
that will be molded and poured by the
manufacturer then transported to the
Shape, elevation, position of the ele-
ments must first be decided before the
project team can develop 'the final
design for the park.
"Those are just ideas. You don't have
to have them if that is not what you
guys are looking for," Siedlecki said.
"We want to get into some

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ARC rejects the W-D check

S Shoppers at the
Winn-Dixie in Ponte
Vedra Beach will
Snot be able to
check out a
change to the store's sign if a decision
made by the Ponte Vedra
Architectural Review Committee
(ARC) is upheld by the county.
ARC members voted Wednesday to
reject a proposal to move the "Winn"
and the "Dixie" signs further apart so
that the hyphen in between them
can be replaced by the store's familiar
check mark.
If Winn-Dixie decides to appeal the
decision, the appeal will be heard by
the St. Johns County Commission.
Besides not allowing for the alter-
ation to the sign, some current ARC
members objected to the large size of
the store's existing signs, which were
approved by ARC members in 2002.
Since the Winn-Dixie signs were
larger than ARC rules allow, the store
received a non-zoning variance from
the county, which allowed for four
signs totaling 260 square feet. The
normal parameters for a sign are 24
square feet.

"I have a little bit of a problem that
it's increasing in size," said ARC chair
Michael Koppenhafer about the sign
Other ARC members saw red the
color of the letters in the sign and
Winn-Dixie's trademark color and
they didn't like it. .
Marcy Silkebaken, the ARC vice
chairman, said. the letters "didn't
match the surroundings" in the
shopping center at Solana Road and!
State Road AIA.
SARC guidelines call for colors that
are "nature-blending" and "sub-
Not every ARC member wanted td
reject the sign, however, as the vote
came down 4 to 1.
Raymond Benedict said he thought
the non-zoning variance Winn-Dixie
got years ago form the county was,
enough to sanction the sign.
The Winn-Dixie representative pre-
senting the proposal thought so, too.1
"How can you overturn the inter-i
pretation of the board?" he asked
ARC members shortly before they
. rejected the sign change.
Koppenhafer disagreed. "The ARC.
sees things like this for a reason. You'
can't write this into the code. It's sub-i
jective," he said in response.
jectve,"he sid irespn!e

Children in Laura Warren's 4- and 5-year-old preschool class at Christ
Episcopal Preschool enjoy the fruits of cooking class Thursday, when they
decorated (and then ate) Rice Crispy treats pressed into shapes of snow-
men and snowflakes. From left are Cooper Fechter, Will Smallwood, Chase
Toonk and Tatum Richardson. Each class attends a cooking session once a
week with cooking teacher Joanne McCraery. Another photo, A-9.


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Pier Dance is set
The 10th Annual Pier
Dance to benefit B.E.A.M.
will be held Dec. 11 at the
historic Casa Marina Hotel &
Restaurant, 691 North First
St. Jacksonville Beach.
Admission is at least one
unwrapped toy and non-per-
ishable (like canned) food
item. First seating is at 6
p.m. Dinner is ordered from
a special menu. BayStreet
will play around p.m.and be
joined by the school chil-
dren near the end of the first
set. The second seating will
be at 8 p.m. (yes, if you're
there, you can stay).
BayStreet will play a second
set of dance tunes and din-
ner will be available during
the second set, and the bar
will remain open. Call 270-
0025 for renovations.

Wine tasting to benefit
Beaches Museum
A Wine Tasting at Eleven
South will benefit Beaches
Museum & History Center
on Monday, December 10 at
5:30 p.m.
Thetasting willbe held at
Eleven South Bistro & Bar at
216 11th Ave. S. in
Jacksonville Beach. Set. on
the patio, the event will fea-
ture wines from Southern
Wine & Spirits and Premier
Beverage Company along
with hors d'oeurves.
Tickets are $50 per person.
Proceeds from the holiday
fundraiser will support the
development of children's
educational programming at
the museum.
Call 241-5657 Ext. 100 for
more information about the
museum and to make reser-
vations for December 10.

UL showcases safety
at Jax Beach venue
Underwriters Laboratories
(UL), the global, independ-
ent safety testing organiza-
tion, will bring its national
mobile UL Safety Tour to
Adventure Landing on
Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5
The UL Safety Tour is an
interactive exhibit of high-
tech demonstrations and
challenges to engage and
-, educate -consumers -on -hid--
den household dangers and
the value of the UL Mark on
products in the home.
The UL Safety Tour will
help families learn how to
keep safe at home and in the
workplace. The exhibit
includes entertaining safety
games for all ages, such as
the "Look for the Mark
Challenge" and
"PASSMaster," a fire extin-
guisher demonstration
game. Visitors also can
watch actual safety testing
demonstrations and help
children work their way
through the Fire Escape
Obstacle Course. The exhibit
is free.
To learn more about the
UL Safety Tour log on to
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Adventure Landing is
located at 1944 Beach Blvd,
Jacksonville Beach.

The recent launch of
Som/> brings area residents
and visitors a new way to
view what Jacksonville has
to offer during the holidays.
Developed by The Cultural
Council of Greater
Jacksonville, in partnership
Visit Jacksonville and web
developers nGen Works, the
site is a compilation of area
arts and entertainment hap-

"The holidays are a time
for gift giving. We're proud
to present
ExperienceJax.com as a gift
to people in Jacksonville,"
said Marty Lanahan, imme-
diate past chair of the
Cultural Council and North
Florida Area Executive of
Regions Bank. "The site pro-
vides an easy way to find out
about the many things there
are to do every day of the
year. From sports and
music, to festivals and muse-
ums, Jacksonville has it all."
is an online arts and enter-
tainment calendar that pres-
ents detailed event listings
and provides an easy way for
organizations to post event
information for greater com-
munity participation.

Free concert open to all
The Foundation Academy
will present a holiday con-
cert on Tuesday at Neptune
Baptist Church.
The 7 p.m. concert will
feature singing and dancing
and will be free to all.

Noel Friedline to play
Palms Presbyterian
Church will host The Noel
Friedline Quintet as part of
their Fine Arts Series -
Holiday for Jazz on
December 8 at 7:30 p.m.

Holiday cooking
program opens in PV
The Art of Holiday
Cooking will be featured at
The Next Art @ 3 on Monday
at the Cultural Center at 3
Jennifer and Tony
Corrente, 'executive director
and executive chef of The
Chef's Garden Catering and
Events, an off-premise cater-
ing and event planning
company with more than 20
years' experience, will pres-
ent the program on creating
a gorgeous holiday table.
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach is locat-
ed at 50 Executive Way.

Comedy writer to
The Flagler College
Community Lecture Series
concludes Dec. 11 with for-
mer producer of "Late Night.
with David Letterman" Barry)
Sand when he presents
"Television: It's Not Art; It's
Not Science; It's Marketing."
The retired professional
and six-time Emmy nominee
currently teaches television
scriptwriting at Flagler
College. Sand started his
career in television, writing
stunts for "Candid Camera."
He produced "A.M. New
York," a show that gave rise
to "Good Morning America"
and went on to work for
Norman Lear and produced
"The Mike Douglas Show."
Sand also worked behind
the scenes as a producer for
the Canadian sketch comedy
show "SCTV," which was a
springboard for comedians
John Candy, Martin Short,
Eugene Levy and Catherine
When Sand isn't teaching
students about the television
business, he's advising the
Students in Free Enterprise
team. He helped the stu-
dents develop a witty radio
program on financial issues
a few years ago around the
same time the team won the
national SIFE championship
and placed second in the
international SIFE competi-
Tickets are $5 per person.
The lecture begins at 10 a.m.
in the Flagler Room at
Flagler. College, 74 King St.
Reservations are required,
but space is limited. The
presentation will last
approximately one hour and
will be. followed by a coffee
and Danish reception.
Call (904) 819-6282 for
tickets or more information.

The Mayport Chapter of The Navy Wives Clubs of America host The Dixie Area Council Meeting at
Mayport Naval Station, which included two other area clubs from NAS & Cecil Field on Nov. 10.
During the meeting special guest speaker, Debbie MacDonald from Community Hospice gave a
short program regarding Living Wills. A donation was made to Community Hospice from the Council
and all clubs present. Above, Mayport Chapter President Diana Bower, presents Debbie MacDonald
with a donation to Community Hospice.

Boys & Girls Club gets
NFL $ for flag football
Boys & Girls Clubs of
Northeast Florida was
recently awarded four NFL
Youth Football Fund Grants,
totaling $10,000, from the-
Boys & Girls Clubs of
America. One of the grants
will be used to enhance and
increase the size of the cur-
rent flag football programs
located at the Beaches Boys
& Girls Clubs. The Boys &
Girls Clubs of America's flag
football program helps club
members learn the funda-
mentals and basics of the
sport, while forgoing posi-
tive relationships with posi-
tive adult role models and
mentors, including Club
staff, coaches and volun-
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The Holiday Songbooks are coming.
THE BEACHES LEADER, PONTE VEDRA LEADER is once again publishing a
Songbook of Holiday Favorites just the right size for caroling and sing-a-longs. From
Silent Night to Jingle Bells, you'll find the words to your favorite music. Local busi-
nesses and The Leader make this book available at no charge through your communi-
ty newspaper. The 2006 Songbook was recognized by the Florida Press Association as
an outstanding publication.
If your church, club, neighborhood or family would like extra copies to use this
Holiday Season, please call our office to request those copies now. You may also
email your request to linda@beachesleader.com. The Songbooks will be published
December 5, 2007. Call now.


While supplies last!

The Beaches are online:

V See photos from Pete's Thanksgiving
Day celebration;

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Community Journalism service;

V Check out local sports action; and

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'Cookie cutter' park

is dissed by skaters

- SKATE PARK, from A-1

details. With these four
options we can take these ideas
and tweak them or we can
come up with a new idea."
Emotions ran high during
the initial phase of the discus-
sion regarding the bowl in the
transitional or "trapny" por-
tion of the park.
Rather than use concrete to
build up the vertical edge of
the bowl, Siedlecki suggested
an alternate berm method
that he said would cut costs as
well as preserve some of the
existing tree canopy.
"With a three-foot water
table we are only talking about
a six foot hole so the top of the
bowl will be at least three feet
above ground,' Siedlecki said.
Several skateboarders said
they were concerned that cut-
ting costs would trim other
features and compromise, the
functionality of the park.
They were also concerned
that using precast concrete fea-
tures would create a "cookie
cutter" park that would not
challenge the riders.
"This is a big skating place.
We've got some hard skaters
here. We're not interested in
anything intermediate. We
want something advanced so
we can really get our money's
worth," said one audience
"You are talking to the
skaters now. These are the peo-
ple that are going to be here all
the time, plus a couple off
hundred more that aren't here
right now."
Other issues were raised
regarding, the selection of the
contractor. City officials were
chided for failing to include
the skateboarding community
in the selection process.
"If you haven't brought the

community in, how do we
decide what direction we are
going to go?" one audience
member said. "Shouldn't there
be a meeting about who is
going to build this rather than
here is what you've got? If you
are going to spend almost a
half million dollars, we need to
hire someone who knows
what's up."
The City Council last July
selected Spohn Ranch, Inc. as
the city's design/build contrac-
tor for the 10.5-acre skateboard
park to be constructed at South
Beach Park. Three firms sub-
mitted proposals that were
reviewed by a five-person com-
"Their experience, their con-
cept, how they go about the
project, any issues that they
are going to be dealing with on
that specific site taking that
in helps you evaluate who is
going to give you the best pro-
posal and that's what we went
through," Paxson said. "This is
what we selected because they
had the best idea."
Siedlecki was hired by Spohn
Ranch to design the park but
his company does not actually
complete the construction.
Meadors explained that the
purpose of. a public design.
process is to solicit community
involvement but contractor
selection is strictly a city func-
"As far as the features, what
you want, street or bowls or
spines or inverts or whatever,
that is what we are doing
tonight," he said. .',
Siedlecki said the park con-
struction will likely be com-
pleted in a single phase unless
the final design comes in over
the $350,000 project budget.
Meadors said despite a few

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Riley (from left), Logan and Gio, local skaters, participate in the
meeting to plan the new Jacksonville Beach skate park.

heated exchanges, the intend-
ed goal of the design meeting
was met by getting a concise,
idea of the features wanted by
the skateboard community.
"Toward the end the kids
really got involved and told us
a lot of the things the)' wanted
with spines and rails and cop-
ing," he said. "If 'you are a
skater, as I am continually
learning, that's where you do a
lot of your stuff. We actually


County Commission elects Manuel as chair
The St. Johns County Commission elected Tom Manuel as
chair and Cyndi Stevenson as vice chair at the commission's
meeting Tuesday.
Manuel represents District 4, Ponte Vedra Beach, 'and
Stevenson represents District 1, which includes part of Ponte
Vedra and the Northwest.
During the past year, while Ben Rich was chair, the commission
hired an interim county administrator, then hired County
Administrator Michael Wanchick;-passed a Neighborhood Bill of
Rights; instituted a hiring freeze and eliminated 37 staff position,
and reduced the budget by $23 million while increasing the gen-
eral fund reserves by $6.8 million.
The commission also supported holding a referendum for pro-
posed Charter Government and established a Fraud, Waste, and
Abuse Unit in conjunction with the Clerk of the Court.
Manuel and Stevenson will serve in their new positions until
November 2008.

'Amahl' comes to University of North Florida
The University of North Florida Opera Ensemble, featuring
members of the UNF String Ensemble and the UNF Chamber
Singers, will present "Amahl and the Night Visitors" Dec. 7
through Dec. 9.
Performances are at 8 p.m. each evening with a 3 p.m. matinee
Sunday and will be held in Robinson Theater on the UNF cam-
pus, off Butler Boulevard between Keran Boulevard and St. Johns
Bluff Road.
Tickets will be available at the door for $12 or can be purchased
at the UNF Fine Arts Center Box Office by calling 620-2878 or
online at www.unfopera.com.
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," one of the most popular of
American operas, is performed internationally every Christmas
season and remains one of the most frequently performed operas
of the 20th century.
Written for television, the one-act opera premiered Christmas
Eve 1951 on NBC and was repeated thereafter for 16 Christmas
seasons, earning its place as one of the most important American
works representing the holiday season.
"Amahl," which is sung in English, is appealing to all ages and
musical backgrounds. It remains an inspiring story of how faith,
charity, unselfish love and good deeds can work miracles.

got quite a lot accomplished."
SMeadors said city officials SEAFO
plan to consult with Siedlecki
next week to review prices or
two possible concepts devel-
oped using the new informa-
"Like surfing, skateboarding
is pretty intense at the beach,"
Meadors said. "It got a little
more exciting than it needed
to be but at least people
showed up and participated."

Principal wants to start booster club ASAP
S,- SHARKS, from A-1

wanted to know how and
when money for the athletic
program could be raised by a
booster club.
"We do want to start a boost-
er club as soon as we can,"
Speziale said.
The School District does not
fIund sports,, theI m than paying
stipends for coaches, leaving
uniforms, equipment, trans-
portation and other related
costs unfunded.
Some schools help raise
money through fees paid by
players, but Nease has relied on
gate receipts and money raised
by booster clubs.
Nease, located south of 210

just east of U.S. 1, has long had
an active athletic booster club,
which typically raises $40,000
or more at an annual auction.
A separate Touchdown Club
focuses on the Nease football
team, which captured the Class
4A state title in 2005.
There are school-district'
., guidelines that govern booster:
clubs, however, that will pre-
vent volunteers from raising
money right away, Speziale
According to School Board
member Bill Fehling, booster
clubs cannot purchase any-
thing that would give a school
an "unfair competitive advan-

"We try to have parity
through our high schools,"
Fehling said during an inter-
view Thursday.
Speziale also said he wants to
have the organizational struc-
ture of the club in place before
people start raising money.
Baker said he wants to make,
sure there is a representative
from each sport on the booster
club's board.
In the meantime, T-shirts
and other school merchandise
will be sold on the school's
web site, (www-
Speziale said.
He hopes to have an online

store ready in the next week or
two, he said.
Ponte Vedra High School,
being built for 1,500 students,
will begin with grades nine
through 11.
Nease High School's juniors
who are zoned for Ponte Vedra
High will complete high
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Mango's gets OK for outdoor deck use

After operating as a drinking
establishment for more than
four decades, Mangos Bar &
Grille received approval to
serve alcohol on its outdoor
deck in Jacksonville Beach.
The Planning Commission
Monday voted 3-2 in favor of a
conditional use request to
allow outdoor bar seating in
the Central Business District.
Commissioners Paul Schmidt
and Greg Sutton opposed the
request but did not offer
explain their votes.
Senior Planner Bill Mann in
his recommendation required
that a sixfoot opaque screen be
installed on the south and west
sides of the deck as a visual and
sound buffer.
"None of [the surrounding
uses] will be additionally
impacted ... given how long
the outdoor bar area has been
in use," he said.
By regulating the outdoor
area using current zoning stan-
dards, Mann said Mango's can
only utilize 20 percent of the
existing deck near the 2,500-
square-foot building.
Any violations of the condi-
tional use approval and condi-
tions established by the
Planning Commission will be
addressed through code
enforcement proceedings.
Since 1960, Mango's operat-
ed as a bar and package store
with a drive-thru window until
1990 when the service canopy
was eliminated.
Mann said the conditional
use request was submitted to
correct a technical oversight in
the bar's renewal application
for a state alcoholic beverage
"They neglected to docu-
ment any outside bar areas as a
part of their licenses premises,"
he said. "No expansion or other
changes to the current uses or
site configuration are request-
Mann said the existing deck
was constructed in two phases
beginning in 1989 when the

drive thru canopy was convert-
ed into patio space. In 2000,
Mango's obtained a permit to
build an additional 165 square
feet to the deck.
"Although the applicant neg-
lected to extend his alcoholic
beverage license issued by the
State of Florida over these two
deck areas, both areas have
been consistently used as out-
side bar area from the time they
were constructed," Mann said.
Mann said the property has
existed as a legal non conform-
ing use in the CBD because it
predates the city's Land
Development Code require-
ments of conditional use
approval for outdoor seating
There was also no provision
in place blocking music or
other amplified sound on the
outside deck but Mann said the
city's conditional use standards
prohibit all outdoor noise.
Planning and Development
Director Steve Lindorff said in a
July 19 letter to Mango's attor-
ney Karl Sanders that the ptop-

erty and enclosed bar area was
deemed a legal non conform-
ing use given that it was in
operation when the CBD was
established in 1984.
The amendment to the LDC
did not allow for stand alone
bars in the commercial zoning
"The same cannot be said for
any areas outside of the
enclosed structure," Lindorff
said, referring to the deck on
the, south side of the building.
Lindorff said he could not
sign off on the extension of the
licensed premises for alcohol
sales until the proper zoning
was in place and conditional
use approval for the .outdoor
bar was obtained.
David Smith, who lives just
south of the Mango's deck, pre-
viously challenged the
approval of the outdoor deck,
contending that Mango's was
attempting to usurp city codes.
Attorney Tim Franklin spoke
against the request on behalf of

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The Leader's Opinion

Making Mayport

Road safer is

worth the effort

Mayport Road is one of the major roadways that runs
through Atlantic Beach. It connects the city with neigh-
boring Mayport, both fishing village and Naval Station.
Problems with road design and criminal activity along
the state road are nothing new. For decades, those who
drive the roadway have recognized its limitations and the
accompanying visual blight.
In recent years, however, efforts have been made to
coordinate planning and code enforcement between the
cities of Jacksonville and Atlantic Beach. In some
instances, areas have been beautified by private initiative.
There is still much to be done, however.
It is heartening to note that returning Atlantic Beach
Mayor John Meserve has identified improvements to the
road as a top priority for the city.
Stopping the decline of Mayport Road will require a
multi-prong approach by the various government agencies
involved as well as the businesses located along the
Plans to improve the roadway and beautify it with land-
scaping are already in place, waiting final funding.
But road improvements will not solve all the concerns.
During the recent city election every candidate running
for office in Atlantic beach said that reining in the area's
criminal element is a real concern. Suggestions have been
made such as leasing space for a police substation or addi-
tional patrols specific to the area.
All are good ideas and worth consideration.
In the 70s, the road was known by some as Suicide Road
i.e. you put your life at risk to ride along or walk along
the road. Safety has improved since then, but there is a
long way to go before residents can achieve the mayor's
goal and feel as safe walking down Mayport Road as they
would on Seminole Road.
Making Mayport Road safer is an important priority,
worth the effort.

Letters to the editor:

Symphony is part of quality of life

To the editor:
I wish to support the senti-
ments of James D. Johnson in
.,Thec Leader on November 28,
,regardiiig the current situation
-of the Jacksonville Symphony. I
am a life-long musician, having
begun my instrumental life as a
seventh-grade student at
Fletcher High School. Since I
returned to the Beaches in 1999,
I have been a regular subscriber
to the Jacksonville Symphony's
When I returned to this area
after 35 years in the twin cities
of Minneapolis and St. Paul-
which has two renowned
orchestras---I was delighted (and
indeed somewhat surprised)
that Jacksonville had an orches-
tra of such exceptional quality
and professionalism, as well as a
concert hall adequate for the
level of performance of our
The economic growth and
vitality of Jacksonville as a met-
ropolitan area is dependent on
the quality of life provided here.
Jacksonville cannot be depend-
ent on either tourism or our rep-
utation as a "sports town" for its
continuing growth. It is our
schools, universities, and cultur-
al institutions---more than our

climate and natural attractions--
-as well as our civil order (which
seems uncertain at present) thai
.will make.us attractive to busi-
nesses and organizations which
might locate here. That is to say
we must have a quality of life
that will be attractive to the
employees of those businesses
and organizations.
The Jacksonville Symphony
in addition to our other cultural
and educational institutions, is
(to outsiders, if not to all of us;
absolutely essential to our civic
well-being. The Jacksonville
Symphony has been able to
attract and sustain a group of
superb musicians. We must find
a way to retain them and, with
them, the continuing growth
and brilliance of our orchestra.
Spme years ago,. when
Jacksonville was struggling to
acquire an NFL franchise, one o:
the boosters remarked that
without a football team
Jacksonville would be "just like
Memphis without Elvis."
What would we be without
the JSO? Tallahassee, Brunswick
Daytona Beach? Orlando with
out Mickey Mouse?

William Henry
Atlantic Beach

We are not a democracy, but a republic

aw and emotion are con-
tradictory sometimes
when it comes to local
government and our elected
officials. Too many times
councils and commissions
play to the emotions of their
constituency--and ignore the
law in the process. Regrettably
the taxpayer usually pays for
their folly.
Take for example the fight
in Neptune Beach against the
sign at Solantic. The city
council, led by one councilor
in particular, took offense to
the digital characteristic of the
Solantic sign and ordered
Solantic to take it down,
declaring it non-conforming.
Solantic refused and hard
charging emotions seemed to
take over at city hall in
Neptune Beach. "We'll show
them" seemed to be the atti-
tude. But Solantic didn't roll
over and met the challenge in
court. Either the City of
Neptune Beach got trapped
Splaying to emotion, got bad
legal advice, or both. The con-
t sequence; the city "settled",
Another way of saying lost,
their dispute with Solantic
and had to pay oout over
Several years ago a similar
s situation arose in Atlantic
Beach when the city commis-
Ssion denied a property
I owner's request to subdivide
Presidential lots. It had been a
) common practice in the past,
c maybe not in the neighbor-
e hood in question, but legally
Sallowed throughout the city.
f Even though the city attorney
I told them they would not pre-
Svail if the property owner
i challenged them in court, the
majority of the commission
a voted to deny the request. As
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sued. The commission then
sought an opinion from an
outside attorney, seemingly
hoping it would go against the
ruling of the city attorney.
Alas, the outside attorney
agreed with the city attorney.
The commission still pushed
forward, lost, and "settled";
remember the previous defini-
tion of "settled"? The impact?
It cost taxpayer over $40,000.
While it was easy to see why
the commission was opposed
because they felt it would pos-
sibly negatively impact the
neighborhood, the fae't;
remained that the law allowed
it! Even the best of intentions
cannot, should not, must not,
prevail over the law.
Dare we touch on Wal-
Mart? I felt when it was first
announced that Wal-Mart
would prevail because it sure
seemed they had the law on
their side. Certainly a number
of people on both sides of
Atlantic Boulevard were
opposed to it and we saw
elected officials playing to
that emotion, "standing up"
for the citizens. The problem
with that? It was dishonest.
Citizens have the right to
know the truth, and the truth

was it would be hard, if not
impossible to stop Wal-Mart
because of the prevailing law.
Understand this in no way has
anything to do with my per-
sonal opinion about Wal-Mart
coming here. I love Proctor
Ace and don't care for extra
traffic. But, I will yield to the
law. If I don't like the law I
will petition to get it changed.
Furthermore it was disingenu-
ous to try to change the law
after the fact as Neptune
Beach did with their square
footage reduction ordinance,
hoping that might block Wal-
Mart. I think all of us learned
about 'ex post facto' in high
school civics classes.
As a former, fellow commis-
sioner Bob Cook used to con-
stantly cite, we are not a
democracy but a republic! We
are governed by laws, not by
emotion. If we were governed
by emotion there would be
chaos and inconsistency. Laws
protect both the majority and
the minority.
As new commissioners and
councilors take office now and
in the future, it would be wise
:for 'theti 'to k, e"inindful of
the riAle of law. It wouldn't"
hurt for some of the long term
elected officials in the Beaches
communities to keep it in
their forefront too. Playing
politics to constituents' emo-
tions when contrary to the
law is misleading and
untruthful. Also, citizens have
to understand that commis-
sions and councils can't
always do what the majority
might wish. They are some-
times restrained by a law from
taking an action people desire.
Finally and importantly,
remember a law passed today
may be a nightmare for a com-
mission or council tomorrow!

More letters to the editor:

Prayer has no place at government meeting
To the editor. one so often feels the need to times.
I agree with Jane Wytzka in proselytize and stuff his or her I think we would all be better
her objection to prayer at the religious beliefs down the off if we leave someone else's
Atlantic Beach City throats of others, claiming they spiritual practice to his or her
Commission meeting. Quite are "saved" and woe will befall own belief. Unfortunately, it
frankly, I do not see the City, those who are not. Could it be appears to me that some would
the Nation or the World that they feel insecure in their prefer creating a theocracy in
improving with all this religios- own beliefs and expatiating this country much to the detri-
ity, piety and sanctimony. In reassures. them in their dogma? ment of us all. If one is so anx-
fact, I see more divisiveness. The Bible, in my opinion, is a ious to pray, pray silently and
condemnation and judgment lovely collection of parables, leave the rest of us out of it. I,
on those who.do not agree with stories, metaphor and allegory. for one, am not interested in
another's belief. It was written in the vernacular "salvation."
Prayer, religion and spiritual of the day by men with their
practice are private and should own agenda, translated and Susan Perry
be kept so. I wonder why some- mistranslated hundreds of Atlantic Beach

Nothing wrong with asking God to help the process

To the editor:
Since our public education
system has failed to accurately
depict the Christian faith of
our country's founding
fathers, many people misun-
derstand the role of faith and
government and believe that
all government should be
'cleansed' of anything
Christian in nature including
However if you take the
time to read the quotes of our
early leaders in government
you will find that it was far
from their intention to get rid
of all things pertaining to God
in government. Here is one
quote from Benjamin Franklin
that he made during the
Constitutional Convention on
Thursday June 28, 1787 when
the delegates were having hav-
ing bitter debates about the
form of government we
should have. I've chosen to
quote Benjamin Franklin
because he is often singled out
by those that love to point
out his belief in deism and

falsely accuse him of being
...I have lived, Sir, a long
time, and the longer I live, the
more convincing proofs I see
of this truth--that God
Governs in the affairs of men.
And if a sparrow cannot fall to
the ground without His
notice, is it probable that an
empire can rise without His
aid?...I therefore beg leave to
move-- that henceforth
prayers imploring the assis-
tance of Heaven, and its bless-
ing on bur deliberations, be
held in this Assembly every
morning before we proceed to
business, and that one or more
of the clergy be requested to
officiate in that service." quot-
ed from America's God and
Country by William J. Federer
on pg. 248-249.
Anyone interested in read-
ing the full speech can also
Google Benjamin Franklin and
Constitutional Convention to
see his words for themselves.
You will also find similar
quotes by George Washington,

Thomas Jefferson, Abraham
Lincoln, and other famous
Americans who expressed
their Christian faith openly
while serving in our govern-
This in no way implies that
these men were perfect in their
practice of the Christian faith-
-- they had their fair share of
faults but they were never hos-
tile to the practice of having
prayer when meeting together
in a government setting.
I respect that each of my fel-
low citizens have a right to
believe what they want and
that we have the right to chose
our religion.
However in this country
when a city commission
decides to have open Christian
prayer and ask God to help
with the decision making
process they are following in
the footsteps of our founding
fathers and there is nothing
wrong with that.

Kevin McLaughlin
Atlantic Beach




you can


W hat would you do
if you bought a
nice Hereford bull
for $1,000 and found out
you couldn't use him?.
Well, that's what David
and Ashley Waldrep are ask-
ing. You see, they own just
such a bull. Right now, el
toro is resting peacefully on
a front porch in Hayesville,
N.C. He's not being used for
the reason that bulls of his
nature are normally used
for. He just stands there,
But a lot of folks think
this fine specimen ought to
take his rightful place in
town, becoming somewhat
of a landmark for
Hayesville. People giving
directions would say, "You
go past the big bull on
Highway 64 Business and
take a left."
The question is, apparent-
ly, does the bull have a
rightful place in town? The
Waldreps want to fix a per-
manent spot for him on the
porch roof of their shop for
all to see and admire. But
the local planning and zon-
ing administrator said no. A
bull that size ddesn"t belong
on' the roof of' a downtown
Some residents say that's
a bunch of bull, with four
more letters. Six hundred of
them have signed petitions
asking the city to relent.
Many are sporting bumper
stickers saying "Allow the
Cow." They've written let-
ters to the editor, gone by
the Waldreps' shop to voice
their support and even
offered to help hoist the
bull when the time comes.
The bull, if truth be
known, doesn't care.
Old bulls from Bi-Lo
supermarkets, bulls made of
fiberglass, normally have no
preferences'at all. They're
just there: 54 inches tall,
about the height of a real
Hereford bull; 65 pounds, a
bit shy of slaughter weight;
reddish brown with a white
face and feet; sporting sort
of a male Mona Lisa smile.
"He's a really good-look-
ing bull," Ashley .Waldrep
The Waldreps, owners of
the Corner Butcher Shop,
had been watching this bull
for two years. They'd pass
by an antique business in
Commerce, Ga., and admire
him. But the business was
always closed. Finally, one
weekend, they caught the
owner in and asked the
price. They bought the bull.
The city official said the
bull violated the local sign
ordinance. A few folks in
town agreed. Might lower
property values.
But it's not a sign, said
one of the Waldreps' cus-
tomers, someone who once
owned a sign business. The
bull is an architectural orna-
The Waldreps have
appealed their case. They'll
find out Dec. 18, following
a public hearing on the
10th, if the bull is a forbid-
den sign or an architectural
What a wonderful lesson.
You would not appeal a
decision of Kim Jong-il of
North Korea. He would
shoot the bull, and maybe
So let us give thanks that
our country allows us to
speak openly, to publish
opinions, to assemble
peaceably, to petition the
government for a redress of
grievances and to debate
the merits of placing a life-
size, fiberglass bull on the
roof of a butcher's front

N 0 2V

Santa's helpers sought

Beaches Emergency
Assistance Ministry (BEAM) is
looking for community mem-
bers for BEAM's "Adopt-a-fami-
ly" Christmas program.
Many families already have
been adopted, but about 50
families remain waiting for
individuals, businesses or
groups to commit to gift-giving
for a particular family.
Last year, BEAM distributed
about 4,000 toys that were col-

Will Zapala (right) commands the Nease High Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Armed Drill Team at a Nov. 17 meet at
St. Augustine High School. The Nease NJROTC unit took first place in basic armed drill, basic unarmed drill and color guard and
third in raider challenge. The unit competes in Orange Park Saturday for a place in the regional competition scheduled Dec. 15 in
Brunswick, Ga.

Operation G.I.FT. collecting batteries,

phone cards and movies to send to troops


United States Marine Corps Sgt: JD r ,
Hollingsworth of Jacksonville Beach -'-
won't be home for Christmas this year
but Santa's helpers are bringing the holi- -.
day cheer to him.
Hollingsworth, 22, is serving out the
last few months of his second tour of
duty but it is the first Christmas he will '
spend in Iraq away from his family and .
Operation G.I.FT is collecting phone
cards and AA and AAA batteries for
Hollingsworth's Marine troop stationed
in al-Habbbaniyah, west of Baghdad,
"He was home for Christmas last year,"
Kara Hollingsworth said of her son who
graduated from Fletcher High School in
2003. "But this year they won't be able to
make it home so the phone cards will 'I:
definitely come in handy. He used them
a lot on his first tour."
Hollingsworth was promoted in
September to the rank of sergeant and
recently reenlisted but the distance is dif- JD Hollingsworth in Iraq.
ficult, especially during the holidays.
"I'm very proud of him. He's done so
well. It's amazing watching him ,grow
into 'a young man," she said. "It's very regularly ship care packages with movies
hard tohage.ehi. so far away but this has and DVDsQ f TV shows because American
e7Oaethie.dteam. "sr Ifud *1o h bin rrteids1i Wn in at tmailabtl to t~e troqps. ..
,'HollingSworthh said4ffamily members ? ; Phohe,,icatds aid batteries,,"sheasaid,

In response -to numerous cit-
izen requests, the St. Johns
County Sheriff's Office has
improved its cyber center at
Visitors can access the daily
booking log of inmates in the
county jail or do a search for
inmates at the county jail.
The jail visitation policy is
detailed and a visitation appli-
cation is available on line.
Information is also available
about bail bonds and there is a
link to search the state correc-
tions web site for prisoners.
A collection of links to a
variety of informational pages
about the .history and the
administration of the Sheriff's
Office are also included on the
Other e-services include the
ability- to register a burglar
alarm system, a Citizen's
Comment Form and an event

calendar for all Police Athletic
League activities. Offender
Watch and Code Red programs
are also detailed.
An online registration will
be available to participate in
Crime prevention Programs
that include a shoplifting pre-
vention program, residential
alert system, business security
surveys, women's personal
safety program, residential
security surveys, workplace
violence prevention, agricul-
tural and rural crime preven-
tion programs, financial
crimes prevention, business
watch, crimes against the eld-
erly, drug awareness,
Operation Identification.
Information is also available
on the Civiliah 'Law
Enforcement Academy
There are also links to other
local, state and federal law
enforcement agencies; The
web-site is www.sjso.org.

will help provide an extra lifeline to the
service men and women who are separat-
ed from their families.
"I suggested that they leave the items
behind for the next group of guys to
enjoy when they return in February to
Camp Pendleton in San Diego," she said.
Traffic anchor Michelle Jacobs of
WTEV-CBS47 helped spearhead the drive
after 'learning about Hollingsworth
through friends.
"We hope to fill at least six boxes,"
Jacobs said. "These are essential items
that these guys need to call their families
and listen to their music."
The last day to donate items is Dec. 7.
Jacobs said the packages must be shipped
by Dec. 11 to get to Iraq by Christmas.
"If people still want to donate later we
will do what we can to get it there but we
can't guarantee it will be there in time
for Christmas," Jacobs said.
For Hollingsworth, she feels her son
will be proud knowing that the commu-
nity cares enough to reach out and let
the troops know that people at home are
thinking about them during the holi-
Donations to Operation ,G.I.FT are
accepted at the CBS 47 news station at
11700 Central Parkway located across
from FCCJ South Campus on Beach
Bpujey.ard. ,A.wra.pped box is located in
S,:tAh3abby .feodii 6p6oiffe.v;Forj, ,i nQimatio
Icon'tactJacobs 928-390'1. -..r: .-

Debra Broder, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in
Jacksonville, speaks at the Nov. 19 meeting of the Ponte Vedra
Woman's Club held at Sawgrass Country Club. She defined
contemporary art as being more abstract with messages and
images compared with other art, noting that contemporary art
was created after World War II. Broder tore some paper into
small pieces, threw them on the floor and noted that they were
"unorganized and made a mess." When 'put together in a
pattern, she said, the pieces could be considered contemporary

elected from the community.
Anyone interested in adopt-
ing a family can call 241-7437.
BEAM has been helping
needy people at the Beaches for
22 years, providing financial
assistance, budget and mental
health counseling, food and
hygiene items, Medicare and
food stamp applications, refer-
rals and many other services
to meet the needs of lower
income Beaches residents.

Today's Weather

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upper 70s
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the low 60s.

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showers in
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then partly
cloudy late.
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A few morn-
ing show-
ers. Highs in,
the low 70s
and lows in
the low 60s.

7:04 AM
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chance of

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More sun
than clouds.
Highs in the
mid 60s and
lows in the
mid 40s.

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with a higher UV Index showing the need for greater
skin protection.

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Special Holiday Hrs: Sat. Dec.. 10Oam 4pm.

Construction continues Thursday on a new parish hall at Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte Vedra Beach. "Stellar Construction is
pouring the footers and starting to construct the external walls," said Thomas Mantz, the rector's assistant. "We're moving right
"along and still anticipating an August opening," he said.

Admissions Open Hoiuse
for Prospective Parents
Thursday, December 6,2007
9 a.m. and 7 p.m.


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Sheriff's web site

gets overhaul

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K. Fehling &
Associates, a
Jacksonville- U.-
based life sci-
ences executive
search firm, has
added Elizabeth
Harper to its
team of consultants. As Senior
Recruiting Associate, Harper is
responsible for assisting K.
Fehling & Associates with the
full-range of client-specific
tasks related to the firm,s
multi-phased executive search
process. Harper joined K.
Fehling & Associates in
October 2007 with industry
experience gained while work-
ing with leading healthcare
organizations including Pfizer,
Inc., and B. Braun Medical, Inc.
Harper attended the University
of North Carolina (Asheville)
and earned a Bachelor of Arts
degree Magnaa cum laude)
from Jacksonville University.
She is active throughout the
Jacksonville community with
affiliations and memberships
with the Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society, and as a
founding board member of the
Rotaract Club of Jacksonville,s
Beaches. Established in 2003,
K. Fehling & Associates is a
retainer-based search firm that
offers executive recruitment of
board members, C-level execu-
tives and Vice-Presidents with-
in the life science industries.
Arnold Fong, MD recently
relocated his medical practice
to his 1,902-square-foot, state-
of-the-art office condominium
in The Overlook V in south
Ponte Vedra Beach. Dr. Fong,
a family practice doctor affiliat-
ed with Baptist Medical Center,
performs minor procedures,
routine physical and sports
physical for patients. Before
moving to the Overlook V, his
practice was headquartered in
Jacksonville Beach.
* *
Funari's Italian Creamery, a
locally owned and operated
gelato business, is looking to
expand and will offer franchis-
es with operations based in
Jacksonville Beach. Funari's
sells frozen desserts and espres-
so beverages. After making
small batches for friends and
.family from his grandfather's
i'ecipe, demand grey and grew
until the first Funari's Italian
Creamery was opened, Marc
Funari said. Within one year
the couple opened a second
store in Jacksonville Beach.
Chris Thomas, director of fran-
chise development, is directing
efforts from a Shetter Avenue
office in Jacksonville Beach.
Ponte Vedra Dermatology
and Aesthetic Surgery has
hired recent University of
Florida graduate Tiffany
McMurray as an advanced reg-
istered nurse practitioner.
McMurray received her Masters
of Science in nursing from
Florida late last year. She was
awarded a bachelor's in nurs-
ing from UF in 2003, then
worked for nearly four years in
the cardiac intensive care unit
at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville before she resumed
study. A native of ,Fort
Lauderdale, McMurray is a
member of the Dermatological
Nurses Association and is
accredited by the American
Nursing Credentialing Center.
The Rotary Club of Coastal
St. Johns County put together
Thanksgiving baskets for more
than 20 local families in need.
Publix opened a separate
checkout counter for Rotary
members, who purchased 21
frozen turkeys, more than 100
cans of vegetables, yams and
sweet potatoes, boxes of stuff-
ing and brownies. "People
weren't sure what to think,"
said Gina Ruth, chair of the
Thanksgiving basket commit-

For the sixth year, the Ponte
Vedra Inn & Club has been
named a Five Diamond resort
by AAA, one of only nine such
designations the travel organi-
zation gave to lodgings in
Florida for 2008.
One hundred hotels and
resorts earned the Five
Diamond status for 2008. AAA
uses full-time professionally
trained evaluators to conduct
unannounced, onsite ,evalua-

tions of the hotels. The judges
rate properties on hundreds of
criteria, such as room
ambiance, amenities, service
and public areas.
"It is great honor to be rec-
ognized for our commitment
to our guests," said Dale
Haney, general manager of the
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club. The
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club, estab-
lished in 1928, employs 750.

The Jean Ribault ferry crosses the St. Johns River between Mayport fishing village and
Heckscher Drive.

Ferry ridership 'promising'
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Impact of rate hike is
still unclear

It's been smooth sailing for the St. Johns River
Ferry since the Jacksonville Port Authority
assumed responsibility in October, according to
officials. *
Although no official numbers from JPA are
available yet, General Manager of Hornblower
Marine Services Fred Berley said that ridership
has increased since JPA took over ferry opera-
"We're starting to see an increase now," he
said. "Hopefully, it will get to where it was
While fares increased from $3.25 to $5 for pri-
vate vehicles on Nov. 1, JPA Communications
Director Nancy Rubin said that there has been
"very little, rumbling," especially compared to
higher gas prices.
Berlev agreed, saving "I think the price of gas
is here to stay. Theferry is stfll a ffy'bnom'2
ical way of getting from one Wide of the river to
the other."
Rubin also said that $2,000 worth of discount
books, which cost $60 for 20 ferry rides, were
sold by 9 a.m. on Nov. 1, the day that rates
"Overall, things are running very smoothly,"

said Rubin.
Although revenues were down in October
compared to last year, Rubin said that expenses
have also been significantly reduced.
Rubin attributes lower October revenues to a
Northeaster that lasted for two weeks, which
"stunted" tourism, the discontinuation of ticket
book sales at the previous rate on Oct. 21 and
the anxiety of riders who did not know what to
expect from the ferry operations and fare adjust-
ments, she said.
Some expenses have been lowered as a result
of JPA purchasing fuel in bulk, some in-house
maintenance and a reduction of expense items
for the Blackbeard, the backup ferry which JPA
will retire soon.
Rubin said that JPA has saved $45,000 by buy-
ing diesel fuel, for example.
But, November revenues look "promising,"
according to Rubin, who said that numbers
through the first half of the month are signifi-
cantly better than in 2006. Final revenues for
November are not available until December.
Rubin also said that JPA is considering selling
advertising space aboard the ferry, which was
originally suggested as a plan (o increase rev,
enues when JPA first began discussions ,,f,.
assuming ferry operations.
However, nothing has been decided, she said.
But, JPA is also looking into some other "cre-
ative solutions," although Rubin did not dis-
close what they were.

Beaches trolley sponsor is sought

Wal-Mart declines Jax councilor's request,

saying it won't be open for two more years

Plans to operate a trolley at
the Beaches are still on track
despite a failure to secure the
title sponsorship needed to get
it up and running.
Jacksonville City Councilman
Art Graham Thursday said he is
still searching for a company
willing to pay half of the
$480,000 cost for naming
"I haven't really progressed,"
he said. "I have a couple of
mockups from JTA but no spon-
sor yet."
Graham said he approached
Jacksonville attorney Eddie
Farah who declined the offer
because he said the price was
too high, especially at the
Beaches which he said is not his
primary market.
The total cost would fund the
pilot project for a two-year peri-
od. The title sponsor would be
required to come up with the
remaining $240,000.
The rest of the funding would
come from private contribu-
tions to allow time for the trol-
ley to build a viable ridership.
Graham said he also plans to
offer local restaurants the
opportunity to provide coupons
to trolley riders trolley for a
$10,000 fee.
"I'm sure I could find the
money but that would defeat
the purpose," he said. "I can't
justify collecting tax dollars for
this until it is a proven entity.
That is why we are using private
dollars." .
Another possible sponsor,
Graham said, was Wal-Mart but

they turned it down because the
timing was not right.
"They thought it was a good
idea but since they are not plan-
ning to open [in Neptune
Beach] for another two years
they felt it was a little prema-
ture," he said. "They said if we
don't have one by then to bring
it back to them."
Neptune Beach City Manager
Jim Jarboe said this week Wal-
Mart has not filed site plans, but
has until April to do so or it will
have to go through the develop-
ment review process all over
Graham said he considered
Wal-Mart a prime candidate
because it provided an opportu-
nity to mitigate concerns over
the retailer bringing more traffic
to the area.
"If the concern truly was
what it was going to do to traf-
fic, the trolley would have
helped get.more cars off. the
road," he said.
Graham detailed his plans for
a weekend trolley service at a
transportation meeting with
JTA last August. The plans called
for the pilot project to be on the
road by April, 2008.
Four trolleys provided by JTA
would operate along A1A dur-
ing the warmer months from
April through Labor Day.
The trolleys will travel from 6
p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday, 10 a.m.
to 2 a.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Sunday from Atlantic
Boulevard to J. Turner Butler
Since the JTA does not
endorse selling advertising on
the trolleys currently in service

in other areas of the city, nam-
ing rights are available "to let
people know who is sponsoring
it," said Mike Miller, director of
external affairs for JTA.
Miller said the route is still in
the preliminary design stages. It
will travel the length of A1A but
transportation officials are
working on a way to incorpo-
rate popular destination stops
such as the SeaWalk Pavilion.
"We still have enough time to
take care of the logistical
issues," Miller said. "We are on
the fast track to get the route
Graham said he plans to meet
with an advertising specialist
next week to gain some insight
into pricing and marketing the
idea of a Beaches trolley.
"This is not an original idea.
People have been talking about
this since 1998," he said.
"Everyone thinks this is a great
idea. I just. need to find the



James Dwain Ashley, 67,
died November 27, 2007. He
was born in Adel, Ga., resided
in Lakeland in his younger
days and was a veteran,of the
U.S. Navy.
He is survived by his wife,
Annie; sons, James Jr., Jerry,
Jody and Mark; daughters,
Julie and Sherry; brothers,
Roger and Allan; sister, Margie;

and nine grandchildren.
A Memorial Service will be
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I still see your smile and
your soft auburn hair.
I still hear your laughter,
your song in the air.
I still feel your hug, and
I still want to know:
Why did I ever let go?

I miss you so.
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November 30, 2007

The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

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Friday, Nov. 30
Jewelry sale: The Baptist
Medical Center Beaches
Auxiliary will have a sale of
crystal jewels by Liza Bennett
and painted petals by Judy
Williams from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
in the lobby of the hospital.
Everyone is welcome.

Jane Brown Playshops: Jane
Brown Playshops for Adoptive
Families will be in Jacksonville
through Dec. 2. The Playshops
are designed for children aged
5-13, their parents and non-
adopted siblings. A Nov. 30 ses-
sion, from 7-9:30 p.m., is for
adults only. The seminar is
required for all parents whose
children are attending
Playshops. It will be held in
Stein Auditorium, Coggin
College of Business, University
of North Florida. For informa-
tion about Jane Brown, how to
register and pay for the
Playshops, and event details,
visit www.fccevents.com.

Saturday, Dec. 1
DATA Fundraiser: The
Duval Art Teachers Association
(DATA) holds its annual
fundraiser at Twisted Sisters in
Jacksonville Beach to help raise
money for teacher scholar-
ships. The scholarships enable
art teachers to take classes that
refine teaching and artistic
skills to better serve Duval stu-
dents. Handpainted items will

be auctioned off at the event,
as well as original art works
donated by Jacksonville artists.
Tickets to the event are $15 per
person and $25 for couples. For
information, call Jack
Matthews at 708-1112, DATA
president Jennifer Snead at
338-3571 or Judi Evans at 923-

Meet and greet: The Beaches
Museum & History Center will
host a "meet and greet" .with
local artists and authors from
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the
museum lobby. Items will be
available for purchase. Call
241-5657 for information.

Trekking on a Trail: Join a
park ranger at 1 p.m. at Talbot
Islands State Parks for an intro-
duction to the basics of hiking.
Dress for the weather and
bring a water bottle.
Reservations are not required,
and the program is free; how-
ever, non-campers will need to
pay the park entrance fee of $4
per vehicle to attend. Call the
Talbot Islands Ranger Station
at 904-251-2320 for informa-

Farmers market: An Open
Air Farmers Market will be held
from 2 to 5 p.m. on the patio
at Twisted Sisters, 1266 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
The market features organic
produce by Turtle Island
Market, fresh local seafood by

Greg's Seafood, ornamental
plants by Second Hand Rose,
and more. Call 241-6453 or
v i s i t
www.twistedsisterscafe.com for

Author visit: Author Laura
Duksta and illustrator Karen
Keesler will be at The
Bookmark, 299 Atlantic Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, from 3 to 5
p.m. to sign copies of their
award-winning children's
book, "I Love You More." Call
241-9026 for information.

Tuesday, Dec. 4
Jewelry sale: The Baptist
Medical Center Beaches
Auxiliary will have a jewelry
sale by Rofe Jewelers from 7
a.m. to 4 p.m. today, and 7
a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 5, in the
lobby of the hospital. Everyone
is welcome;

DAR: The Ponte Vedra
Chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will
meet at the Marsh Landing
Country Club, 25655 Marsh
Landing Parkway, at 10:45 a.m.
JoAnn Harter Murray, author
and illustrator of "Olo of the
Mound Builders," is the speak-
er. For information, call
Carolyn Roth at 992-7463 or
Babs Hartmann at 242-0025.

Square dancing: The Players
Community Senior Center,
175 Landrum Lane, offers

square dancing from 10:30
a.m. until noon. Call 280-3233
for information.

Wednesday, Dec. 5
Piano lessons: The Players
Community Senior Center,
175 Landrum Lane, will begin
offering piano lessons with
Natasha Dorman at 1 p.m. The
class is for beginners, and costs
$40 for four lessons. Call 280-
3233 to register.

Benefit concert: A benefit
concert for' the Health and
Welfare Fund of the locked out
musicians of the Jacksonville
Symphony Players' Association
will be held at 7:30 p.m. at
University of North Florida's
Lazzara Hall.

Beaches Watch: Beaches
Watch will meet at 7 p.m. in
the Administrator's
Conference Room at Fletcher
High School, 700 Seagate Ave.,
Neptune Beach. The meeting is
open to the public. For more
information, call 513-9242 or
visit www.beacheswatch.com.

Thursday, Dec. 6
have its December luncheon
at noon (social gathering at
11:30 a.m.). Former
Jacksonville Jaguar Tony
Boselli is the special .guest.
Reservations are required.
R.S.V.P. by Dec. 3 by e-mailing
info@rwcdf.org or calling

Cindy Graves at 448-0801.

Kiwanis: The Kiwanis Club
of Jacksonville Beaches meets
at noon at Selva Marina
Country Club. A guest will
speak on the USO. The cost is
$15 for non-members. Visit
www.beacheskiwanis.com for

Networking dinner:
eWomenNetwork will have an
"accelerated networking" din-
ner from 5:45 to 7:45 p.m.
(doors open and informal net-
working starts at 5:15 p.m.) at
the- Jacksonville Marriott
Hotel, 4670 Salisbury Road,
Jacksonville. The cost is $35 for
members and $45 for non-
members. Visit
ter to register.

American Legion: Ocean
Beaches American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 129 meets at 7
p.m. at 1151 S. 4th .St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Members
are encouraged to bring a
guest. Call 249-2266 for infor-
Friday, Dec. 7
Celebrate Art: The First
Artist Member Exhibition at
the Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach, 50 Executive
Way, Ponte \'edra Beach, will
be held through Jan. 12. An
opening reception will be held

today from 6:30 to 8 p.m. A
private reception for the
Renaissance Society will be
held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Call 904-280-0614 or visit
www.ccpvb.org for informa-

Monday, Dec. 10
Children's chorus audi-
tions: The Jacksonville
Children's Chorus is holding
spring semester auditions for
children in grades 2 to 5 today
and Tuesday, Dec. 11, from 4 to
6 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Children's Chorus office, 3947
Boulevard Center Drive, Suite
108. Call 346-1636 to schedule
an auditions.

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St. Johns County Festival of
The third annual St. Johns County
Festival of Trees will be held Nov. 30-Dec.
9 at the County Convention Center, adja-
cent to the Renaissance Resort at World
Golf Village. The event, free and open to
the public, opens at 6 p.m. Nov. 30, show-
casing trees and wreaths decorated by
businesses, organizations, families and
friends from the community. The event
will be open daily from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. the final day, Dec. 9.
Trees will be part of a silent auction, and
all proceeds raised during the event go
directly to two St. Johns County-based
charities. For information on the St. Johns
County Festival of Trees or to obtain a
commitment form, call 904-940-4010 or
go to www.wgv.com.
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Holiday Artist Reception
Friends of the GTM Research Reserve are
invited to a Holiday Artist Showcase
Friday, Nov. 30, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
GTM Research Reserve's. Environmental
Education Center, 505 Guana River Road,
Ponte Vedra Beach. Refreshments will be
served and there will be a sneak peek of
local artists' work which will be available
for purchase at the reception, as well as on
Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1 and 2, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The weekend shopping
event is open to the public. Call 904-823-
4500 for information.

Snow and ice in forecast
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre will
transform into a Winter Wonderland
through Jan. 6.
*Ice Skating: The first real outdoor ice
skating rink in St. Augustine's history will
be open daily from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. (private
lessons and field trips daily through Nov.
30, Dec. 3-7 and Dec. 10-14) and each
night from 6-10 p.m.'It'll cost $8 to skate
and $2 to rent skates. Call 904-471-1965 to
schedule private or group lessons.
*Theatre: Theatre Saint Augustine pres-
ents its original adaptation of O. Henry's
"Gift of the Magi." The presentation runs
through Jan. 6. Showtimes are 7 p.m. and
8 p.m. Friday and Saturdays, with mati-
nees at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday.
"Winter Wonderland" will host free
events at 6 p.m. on Dec. 6: The Battersby
Duo (St. Johns County Public Library
Winter Wonderland family passes are
$60 and include 10 skating passes. Winter.
Wonderland is sponsored by the Tourist
Development Council, WSOS and St.
Johns County Public Library System. The
St. Augustine Amphitheatre is at 1340C
A1A South. For information, visit
www.staugamphitheatre.com or call 904-

Morning Christmas Jazz
Concert and Parade
A jazz concert will be held Saturday,
Dec. 1, 9 to 10 a.m. in the Plaza de la
Constitucion in St. Augustine. Call 904-
501-6153 for concert information. The
53rd Annual Christmas Parade starts at 10
a.m. by the Mission of Nombre de Dios.
Pictures with Santa will follow in the Plaza
de la Constitucion. Call 904-461-9518 for
parade information.

Holiday Magic Celebration
The annual San Marco Merchants'
Holiday Magic Celebration will have hol-
iday carolers, hand bell groups, carriage
and train rides and more Dec. 1 from 6 to
9 p.m. Bring a paper product donation for
the Ronald McDonald House. Call Jamie
Hendrix at 904-541-1340 for information.

Winter Celebration
The eighth annual Winter Celebration
in Mandarin will be held from 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, in the Walter
Jones Historical Park, 11964 Mandarin
Road. The free event is sponsored by the
Mandarin Museum & Historical Society.

Beaches Town Center
Holiday Celebration

The Beaches Town Center Holiday
Celebration will be held Dec. 1 from 3 to
9 p.m., and starts with a bike parade.
Various activities will be available
throughout the afternoon, including
craft tables and hay rides. Santa and Mrs.
Claus will arrive at 6 p.m. for the tree
The event is free; participants are
encouraged to bring a donation of
canned goods.
Call Timmy Johnson at 247-5828 for
Christmas in the Park
Christmas in the Park will be held
Nov. 30, 6 p.m., in Jarboe Park. Neptune
t Id its anriul d'ftee'lighting;,
a t-hi el-es' iiul'ariiPe at
6:30 p.m.
There will also be performances from
Neptune Beach Elementary, the Fletcher
High School jazz band and the school
Refreshments will be provided by

Activities include music, hayrides, putt-
putt train rides, visits with Santa, games,
nature crafts and more. The 1875 farm-
house will be open all day for tours. Call
904-268-0784 or visit www.mandarinmu-
seum.net for information.

Art & Craft Festival
The Art & Craft Festival in St. Augustine
will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 1, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 2, at the St. Augustine
Amphitheater, 1340-CA1A (south of the
Lighthouse) in St. Augustine. There will be
fine art, crafts and food. Admission and
parking are free; For information, call 352-

Saturday, Dec. 1, is the 50th anniversary
of USO PAL Day in St. Augustine. Many St.
Augustine attractions will offer free admis-
sion to active duty military personnel and
their families, and the Elks Lodge provides
a free lunch. Call the USO at 246-1395 or
visit www.usojax.org for information.

Christmas Concert
The North Florida Women's Chorale will
perform a Christmas concert Sunday, Dec.
2,. 3:30 p.m., at The Players Community
Senior Center, 175 Landrum Lane. A dona-
tion of $5 is suggested. Call 280-3233. for

Chrismon Worship
A Chrismon Worship Service and
Dinner will be held Dec. 2 at Palms
Presbyterian Church, 3410 3rd St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach, to celebrate the begin-
ning of Advent and decorate the
Chrismon tree. Dinner reservations are
required. Call the church office at 246-
6427 for information.

Dreidels and Doughnut
Chabad @ the Beaches will host Dreidels
and Doughnut Dec. 4 at the Hilton
Garden Inn in Ponte Vedra. The event will
include lighting an eight-foot Menorah at,
4:30 p.m. Call Chabad at 285-1588 for

Holiday Extravaganza
The Fletcher High School Holiday
Extravaganza will be held Tuesday, Dec. 4,
7 p.m., in the, school auditorium.
Admission is $2. The concert will feature
the entire Fletcher' High School
Performing Arts Department (band, cho-
rus, dance and drama). Call Jane Palmer,
choral director, at 247-5905, extension
152, for information.

Yuletide Swing
The St. Johns River City Band will per-
form a "Yuletide Swing" concert
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Public Library Auditorium,
Admission is free.

Holiday Concert
The Don Thompson Chorale will per-
form a joint holiday concert with the First
Coast Wind Ensemble at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday,. Dec. 6, at Terry Hall,
Jacksonville University, 2800 University
Blvd. N., Jacksonville. Call 904-358-0196
for information.

Christmas Luncheon
The Sawgrass Players Club Women's
Association will have a Christmas lunch-
eon Dec. 6 at 11 a.m. at the Marsh
Landing Countiy, CIlu.I Pianist, p .r, I
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Holly Ball
The black tie Holly Ball, major fund rais-
er for the Ponte Vedra Woman's Club, will
be held Dec. 7 at TPC Sawgrass. Money
raised goes to local charities.. The event
begins at 7 p.m. with cocktails; dinner
starts at 8 p.m. The cost is $125 per person.
There will be tables of eight or 10. The
evening will have a holiday theme, along
with silent and live auctions. Contact
Margaret Lane at 280-0871 or Fran Shields
at 285-6108 for reservations.

First Artist Member Holiday
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach, 50 Executive Way, holds its first
Artist Member Holiday exhibition from
Dec. 7-Jan. 12. Opening night Dec. 7, from
6:30-8 p.m., will be free to the communi-
ty. For information, visit www.ccpvb.org.

Nutcracker Ballet
The Nutcracker Ballet benefiting Dreams
Come True will be held at Christ Church
in Ponte Vedra Dec. 8. Call 904-285-6127
for information.

Children are invited to the Adele Grage
Theatre in Atlantic Beach for a holiday
party from 2-6 p.m. Dec. 8. Activities are
provided for the kids, who are supervised
by city staff while parents take time to
shop in Town Center.

Holiday Regatta of Lights
The 27th annual Holiday Regatta of
Lights will be held in St. Augustine at 6
p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. Visitors and resi-
dents may view the boat parade along the
entire Avenue de Menendez bay front and
seawall, from the grounds of the fort, the
Bridge of Lions and from the eastern shore
of the bay. For information, call the St.
Augustine Yacht Club at 904-824-9725 or
visit www.sayc2000.com.

Holiday Sing-Along
A Holiday Sing-Along will be held from
6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 8 in Bull Memorial Park.
The event is free. Cookies and light
refreshments will be served. There will also
be a snow'machine and a visit from Santa.

Sugar Plum Fantasies
Children will be treated to a morning at
Roy's, 2400-101 S. 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach, on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 11 a.m.
Children will be able to create their own
Hawaiian gingerbread house with the help
of Roy's pastry chef. The cost is $25 per
child. R.S.V.P. by Dec. 1 to JP Diedrich at

Holiday for Jazz
A "Holiday for Jazz" concert will be held
Dec. 8 in the Palms Presbyterian Church
Sanctuary, 3410 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach. Call 246-6427 for information.

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Women Connecting
"Ruth and Naomi: Our Soul
Sisters in Faith" will be the
topic for an "Evening of
Women Connecting in Faith
and Friendship" at Christ
Church San Pablo at 6:30 p.m.
on Tuesday, December 4. Rev.
Anne Bridger will be the pre-
senter. Child care will be pro-
vided. The church is at 2002
San Pablo Road in
Jacksonville; call 221-4777 for
information. ,
Youthquake Life
The next Youthquake Live
performance will be from 8 to
10 p.m. on Friday, December 7
at Southpoint Community
Church. For information call
the Youthquake office at
Christ the Redeemer Church
at 285-89009 ext. 33.
Church Women United
A holiday celebration and
luncheon will be held by
Church Women United at 10
a.m. on Friday, December 7 at
Palms Presbyterian Church.
The church address is 3410
South 3rd Street.
Women's Brunch
Atlantic Beach Women's
Connection of Stonecroft
Ministries will hold a brunch
with a Holiday Fashion Show
from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on
Wednesday, December 5 at the
Selva Marina Country Club.
Speaker Julie Mariner will
present "Pack Up and Hit the
Road." Tickets.are $12 for non-
members and include compli-
mentary childcare. Contact
Carolyn at 221-0670 or
for reservations or informa-
Upward Basketball and
Registration is now being
taken for the 2008 season- of
Upward Basketball and


Breakfast and photographs with Santa and Mrs. Claus highlight the many holiday
events at area churches as at Isle of faith last year. See Wishbookin next Friday's
Leader for a guide to Santa appearances.

Cheerleading, an evangelistic
sports ministry for children in
grades 1 through 6. Upward
coaches focus on sportsman-
ship, skill development, equal
playing time for all partici-
pants, and scripture study.
Evaluations will be held
from 2 to 4 p.m. on December
2 at the Fletcher High School
Gym. Registration is $75 and
$85 after December 10.

Registration is accepted at
Neptune Baptist Church's
office at 446 3rd Street in
Neptune Beach; call 249-2307
for information.
Bethel Gallery Exhibit
Bethel Gallery at Ponte
Vedra Presbyterian Church has
an art exhibit opening today
titled "27 Reasons for the
Season." The show will run


through January 6. The
church address is 4510 Palm.
Valley Road in Ponte Vedra;
call the church office at 285-
8225 for information ,and
Jewish Book Club
A new book club for adults
sponsored by Chabad @ the
Beaches and Books A Million
will meet once a month at

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10:30 a.m. on the first Tuesday
of the month at the Books A
Million at 738 Marsh Landing
Parkway. Rabbi Nochum
Kurinsky will lead the discus-
sion on "Dawn by Elie
Weisel. There is no charge to
participate and traditional
Jewish food will be served at
book club meetings. For infor-
mation call Chabad at 285-
1588 orvisit www.chabad-
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 program empha-
sizes that through worship
and same-gender small
groups, people can work on
personal struggles such as eat-
ing disorders, alcohol/drug
abuse, and codeperdency. The
evenings begin with dinner.
Call 249-2343.
Men's group meetings
SHodges Blvd. Presbyterian
Church offers "Bible and
Bagels", a men's Bible study
group, from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m.
on Wednesdays in the
Fellowship Hall The church
address is 4140 Hodges Blvd.'
For information call 223-6922.
The men's group from
Calvary Anglican Church
meets at 7 a.m on Wednesdays'
at the Beach Diner at 501
Atlantic Blvd. The current
topic for the Bible. Study is

400 San Juan Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach 285-6127
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Sunday 7:45, 9:00, 11:15 AM, 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist Q4
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Wednesday Holy Eucharist 7:00AM, 11:15 AM, 6:00 PM
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2002 San Pablo Rd., Jacksonville 221-4777
Beginning Sept. 2,8:00 AM Holy Eucharist, 9:15 AM Christian Formation, 10:30 AM Holy Eucharist
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Exciting, Growing EPISPAL HUH Ocean Palms Elementary School
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off Kernan 9:30 a.m. contemporary Service*
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ST. ANDM)REW'S \ St Paul's by the Sea
(BY THE SEA) Episcopal Church
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Jacksonvile Beach 249-4575 6:30 pm Contemporary Worship Service _&t i
Sunday Worship 9:00 am Contemporary Worship Sernice. .Chi l Ca
8:00 am .& 10:30 am 1030am Traditioal Sce Welcome Families Children's Chapel At 10 am Sun.
Sunday School :30 e ing & Singles Nursery At 7:30 & 10 am Services Sun.
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Children 9:15 am Bible Studies for Every Age & Life Situationo n At
Youth/Adult 9:15 amin 407 Third Street Corner of 5th St. & 11th Ave. N. Jax Beach, FL www.stpaulsbythesea@ spbts.net
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S Rev. Dr. Gabe Goodm3n, Pastor
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Preschoo/Kindergaren Office 241-7335
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Sunday Moming Worship 8:30& 11 a.m. Satrday5:00 pm
Church School All Ages 9:45 a.m. Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:00am
Youth Fellowships 5p.m.
Contemporary Worship Serv. 5:59 p.m. (904) 268-2500
Chancel Choir Wednesdays 7 p.m. www.MandarinChristian.com
Weekday Preschoo/Kindergarten (3, 4 & 5 yr olds) 6045 Greenland Rd. near Philips Hwy.

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Sunday School for all ages .... 9:15am
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Wednesday Family
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Come worship with us by the ocean. Worship Service 10:15 a.m.
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Nursery Available Sunday Morning
SaturdayMass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. RECONCILIATION
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Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.
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Dallas Willard's book "Spirit of
the Disciplines" led by Pastor
David Sandifer. For informa-
tion call the church office at
A Bible study for men 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
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. All are wel-
come to attend. The address is
465 1 th Ave. N. in
Jacksonville Beach.
Sunrise Community
Church offers Men's Study
Groups at 6 :15 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. on Wednesdays at the
church. At 7:15 p.m. on the
first and third Mondays of the
month, a Men's Study Group
meets at Panera Bread at St.
Johns Town Center. Contact
the church office at 249-3030
for information; the church
address is 298 Aquatic Drive in
Atlantic Beach.
Singles groups
The following are church-
related singles groups in the
Beaches area. Church mem-
bership is not required:.
' New Life Christian
Fellowship at 2701 Hodges
Blvd. has monthly Single
Adult Ministry meetings with
childcare provided for some
events. Contact Claudia at
223-6000 for information or
visit www.nlcf.org.
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Preschoolers in Laura Warren's 4- and 5-year-old class decorate Rice Krispy treats Thursday dur-
ing cooking class at Christ Episcopal Church Preschool, Ponte Vedra Beach. They are Casey
Koerner (from left) Ashley King and Will Lazzara.

December 1
St. Paul's Catholic Church
will host the St.- Paul's PTA
Family Christmas Celebration
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the
parish gym. The event includes
a Christmas Cafe, Christmas
story time, family photos, bake
sale, crafts for all ages, and
singing. Reservations are
required for Breakfast with
Santa. The church is at 224 N.
Fifth Street in Jacksonville
Beach. Call the school office at
249-5934 for information.

St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church will have the Hanging
of the Greens at 9 a.m. Call the
church at 249-4575 for infor-
mation; the church address is
1801 Beach Blvd.

December 2
Beach United Methodist
Church will host an Advent
Festival beginning at 2:30 p.m.
There, will he a Snowy
Wonderlandd, Grafts, .Fmily
Activities, and Christmas
Dinner followed by Worship at
6:45 p.m. Reservations for the
dinner are available by calling
the church office at 249-2343
and tickets are $4 for ages 3-9,
$7 for those over 10 years, with
a $25 family cap. Childcare will
be provided.The -church is at
3410 Third Street South in
Jacksonville Beach.

Community Presbyterian
Church will offer an Alternative
Gift Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Gifts supporting local and
worldwide missions will be
available for purchase.
At 6 p.m. the church will host
a Christmas Pageant. The
church is at 150 Sherry Drive in
Atlantic Beach; call 249-8698

for information.

Oak Harbor Baptist Church
will have a Christmas Cantata
at 6 p.m. The church is at 2765
SR A1A in Atlantic Beach. For
information call 246-6922.

Chrismon Worship Service
and Dinner will be held at
Palms Presbyterian Church to
celebrate the beginning of
Advent and the decorating of
the Chrismon tree. Dinner
reservations are required; con-
tact the church office at 246-
6427 for information. The
church is at 3410 Third St. S. in
Jacksonville Beach.

December 4

Series titled "The Miracles of
Christmas" at 7 p.m. Bishop H.
William Tajra will be the pre-
senter. The church is at 400 San
Juan Drive in Ponte Vedra; call
285-6127 for information.

Palms Presbyterian Church
will begin a three-week series of
Advent worship services in the
chapel at 7:30 a.m. followed by
breakfast in Patten Hall. The
church is at 3410 S. Third Street
in Jacksonville Beach.

December 7
The Sisterhood of Beth El
Synagogue will host a
Community Chanukah Dinner
at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15 for
adults and $6 for children age 6

Chabad @ the Beaches will and older. RSVPs are required.
host Dreidels and Doughnuts, a The synagogue address is 288 N.
family-oriented Chanukah Fair, Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte Vedra;
which will include the lighting call 273-9100.
of an eight-foot Menorah at the
Hilton Garden Inn in Ponte December 8
Vedra.at 43Qp,. For;informa- ,
ti contact. Fbaba4 Lt. SS-.' The childreit of First Biptist
1588. Church of Atlantic Beach will
present a musical program
Beth El Beaches Synagogue "Cookin' Up Christmas" at Fleet
invites the community to Landing at 3 p.m. For informa-
attend a dedication ceremony tion call the church office at
for the lighting of the 246-4341.

Hanukkiya at 7 p.m. Beth El is
at 288 N. Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte

December 5
St. Andrew's Lutheran
Church will have an Advent
Dinner at 6 p.m. followed by
Worship at 7 p.m. today and on,
December 12 .and 19. The
church is at 1801 Beach Blvd;
call 249-4575 for information.

Christ Episcopal Church con-
tinues an Advent Formation

A 50th Anniversary Fine Arts
Event, Holiday for Jazz, will be
at 7:30 p.m. in the Palms
Presbyterian Church Sanctuary.,
Jazz musicians and vocalists will
present a holiday concert.
Palms is at 3410 Third St. S. in
Jacksonville Beach; call 246-
6427 for information.

Breakfast with Santa and Mrs.
Claus will be held at Isle of
Faith United Methodist Church
with seatings at 8 and 9:30 a.m.
Reservations can be made by

calling 221-7000. There will
also be an opportunity to have
a photograph taken with Santa
and Mrs. Claus. The church is at
1821 San Pablo Road in

Isle of Faith United Methodist
Church will host a Christmas
Ball from 7 to 11 p.m. at the
Woods Subdivision. Tickets ate
$15 per person or $25 per cou-
ple with the proceeds benefit-
ting the Dominican Republic
Medical Mission Team. For
information call the church
office at 221-1700.

A tour of seven historic
churches in downtown
Jacksonville will be held from 1
to 5 p.m. A guide at each
church will highlight the archi-
tecture and history of each
building. Tickets are $5 and
may be purchased the day of
the event at the Main Library.
Free parking is available at the
First Baptist Church #1 parking
lot and the Duval Street Garage
with library validation. A por-
tion of ticket sales will benefit
Emergency Services and
Homeless Coalition.

The 12th Annual Christ
Church Nutcracker will be pre-
sented at 6 p.m. in the Lazarra
Theatre at the University of
North Florida. Tickets are avail-
able from www.missfelicia.com.
For information call the church
office at 285-6127.

December 9
The holiday musical,
"Cookin' Up Christmas", will be
presented by the children's
choir of First Baptist Church of
Atlantic Beach at 6 p.m. The
church is at 1050 Mayport Road
in Atlantic Beach; call 246-

December 12

"The Christmas Story" will be
presented at 7 p.m. by the
Children's Sunday School and
Bible Groups at Isle of Faith
United Methodist Church. The
church address is 1821 San
Pablo Road in Jacksonville.

December 13,14,15
A Bethlehem Visit, Ponte
Yedra Presbyterian Churnh's,
recreation, of the.",to~&nofs
Bethlehem'at the time of Jesus'
birth, will be open from 6:30 to,
8:30 p.m. The church address is
4510 Palm Valley Road in Ponte
Vedra. Free parking and shuttle
service is available from the
TPC parking lot. For informa-
tion call the church office at

December 14

The Senior Connection at
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Catholic Church will hold a
Christmas Potluck Luncheon
and Concert at 10 a.m. in the
church's Cultural Center. The
Singers by the Sea will perform.
Please bring a dish to share;
desserts will be provided. The
church is at 545 SR A1A in


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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 locat-
ed 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 min-
istry called Solo Flight with
"Single, Single" Christian
Formation Classes at 10:15
a.m. on Sundays through
Nov. 25 in the Family Life
Center. The group also sched-
ules social activities; for
information contact the
church office at 285-
6127.Membership at Christ
Episcopal is not needed to
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.
Ponte Vedra Presbyterian
Church, 4510 Palm Valley
Road, Ponte Vedra Beach.
Singles Express offers Bible
study at 9 a.m. Sunday and
other activities throughout
the year. Call 285-8225 for

Retreats at Marywood
Retreats and events are
planned at the Marywood
Center for Spirituality in the
Switzerland area of NW St.
Johns County at 1715-5 State
Road 13. For information, call
287-2525 or toll-free (888)-
287-253 or check www.mary-

Church Activities for Kids
The following events are
held at Beaches area churches
on Wednesday for young-
First Baptist Church of
Atlantic Beach at 1050
Mayport Road has Children's
Church at 6:45 a.m. Call 246-
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-
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
families at 6:15 p.m. A chil-
dren's art program is held
from 7 to 8 p.m. Church
choir school to develop musi-
cal skill and Christian forma-
tion 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
Youth in grades six
through 12 meet at 7.p.m. to
8:30 p.m. on Sundays follow-
ing Sunset, at Palms in the
Youth Center/Fellowship Hall
at Palms Presbyterian
Church, 3410 3rd St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 246-
Dynamic Disciples (grades
K-5) meets at First Christian
Church of the Beaches on a
varied 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 to 8:30. p.m. Call 280-
Kernan Blvd. Baptist
Church at 4000 Kernan Blvd.
S. has YouthAlive with Bible
Study and worship for grades
six through 12 from from
6:45 to 7:45 p.m. on
Wednesday; and children's
choir and activities are held
from 7 to 7:45 p.m. Call
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 handed out at
247, the church's Sunday
night worship service for
youth, held at 6 p.m. to 8:45
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 Junior and Senior High
Youth .Group meetings on
Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. Call
Neptune Baptist Church
at 407 Third Street in
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drama, music, and topical
messages for youth from
grade six through twelve.
Sixth through eighth graders
meet at 6 p.m. on
Wednesday and ninth
through twelfth graders meet
on Sunday evenings. Call
Community Presbyterian
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p.m. Senior high school stu-
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discuss issues at "Trash Talk."
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Fleet Landing. For information
call the church office at 246-

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tours of five homes, a light
luncheon, and an opportunity
to participate in a drawing for
gift baskets. Proceeds benefit
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Nease wrestlers focused on district title

Roster includes plenty of

freshmen who look to gain

experience this season


The 2007-8 Nease High
wrestling team has one goal
this season: The team wants
to win the district champi-
onship, which it last won in
"We want
to win a dis-
trict title,"
assistant We're yc
head coach have 10
Lawson said. Our team,
"We won it a up over ha
few years ago
and came in So in a co
second last we'll be
year, but We're reb
we're back
and ready to now but
do it again." November
That goal is
still attain- champions
able, though February, s
the Panthers long way to
dropped their .. ay.. ... ...
match of the
season Justi
Wednesday Assistar
night to
Palatka 39- Co
33, but not
without a fight. The match
came down to the final two
bouts of the evening.
Mitch Eddy won the 160-
pound class with a pin, set-
ting up the final match at the






172-pound class. David Bell
lost that bout by decision.
Other winners for Nease
were Stephen Vaughan in the
heavyweight class, Phil Mauro
in the 103-pound class,
Christian D'Allesandro at the
125-pound class, Teddy
Hughes at the
class and
Julian Synan
ng and we at the 152-
eshmen on pound class.
uhich takes Oester, Drew
Sour roster. Daniel,
ple of years Paspalarsis
somewhere. and Alex
ilding right Moye each
lost by pin.
it's only conor
the state Hanney and
Eric Ketcham
ip is in both last by
we have a decision.
The loss
o..... put Nease at
0-1 this sea-
Lawson The
wrestling Panthers have
10 freshmen
ich on the roster
this season,
which accounts for half the
team, but Lawson still thinks
he has a strong, competitive.
group of wrestlers to work
"This was our first meet of

Nease High 160-pound wrestler Mitch Eddy, top, controls his Palatka opponent on the way to a pinfall victory Wednesday night in
the Panthers' wrestling opener. While Eddy won the bout, Palatka defeated Nease, 39-33.

the season and we looked
O.K., I guess," Lawson said.
"We're young and we have 10
freshmen on our team, which
takes up over half our roster.
So in a couple of years we'll

Panthers 145-pound grappler Teddy Hughes, left, gets ahold of his opponent Wednesday night at
Nease High. Hughes earned a decision victory in the bout.

be somewhere.
"We're rebuilding right now
but it's only November, the
state championship is in
February, so we have a long
way to go."
The Panthers' strongest area
on the roster is the middle
weights, according to Lawson,
a grouping composed of
D'Allesandro, Brian Bell,
Moye, Ketcham, Hughes,
Synan, Eddy and Bell.
"Middle weights, from 125
to 171 our best guys are scat-
tered throughout there," he
The ultimate goal this'sea-
son for Nease is to win the
district title, something the
team achieved in 2006, its sec-
ond such crown in the history
of the program.
After finishing second in
the district last season,
Lawson looks to guide the
team back to the top.
"The main goal is the dis-
trict title,". Lawson said. "I
don't care if we have 20 fresh-
men, we'ree still going to try to
win the district title. We want
to beat Pedro Menendez, St.
Augustine, Bartram Trail, all
the county schools.
"We have a chance every
season. Our chances are good
every year. The kids put in the
work, they have the heart and
the want to do it. They can do
it, easily."
The next match for Nease is
the Steak N' Shake
Invitational Varsity Tourna-
ment at Terry Parker High
School taking place Nov. 30
through Dec. 1.

Panthers heavyweight Stephen

Vaughan, left, goes for a take-

Round two for Panthers and Sandcrabs

Last year's state playoff football game
between Nease and Seabreeze highs had every-
thing you would expect from a championship
Seabreeze junior Troy Dannehower (151
rushing on 15 carries) scored on an 80-yard
quarterback draw on the game's first play.
Nea'se countered with a 20-yard halfback
pass from Zach Tronti to Ted Stachitas on the
Panthers first possession.
A gutsy fourth-down call by Nease led to a
14-7 advantage as Tronti took a fake punt for a
first down to key a 65-yard scoring drive.
The visiting Sandcrabs came back with a flur-
ry, scoring on an fourth-and-3 pass play for a
walk-in touchdown to tie the contest at 14.
But football, like boxing, for the most part, is
not a sprint. It's a marathon. Punches pile up.
Stamina dwindles. Fighters are forced to the
Nease football seems to be at its best in the
latter stages of a fight when a challenger's
guard begins to drop.
Such was the case last year with Seabreeze.
After the Saridcrabs amassed 214 first-half
yards, including 143 on the ground, Nease's
defense started chipping away at belly of the
beast, setting up the knockout blow.
Jared MacNaught robbed Dannehower inside
Nease territory to stone a short-field drive. The
Panthers forced a fumble at their own 14, lead-
ing to a 1-yard TD blast by Tronti (110 yards
on 22 carries).
The technical knockout came midway
through the third quarter on a 43-yard Tronti
run that set up a 32-yard field goal.

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Nease High quarterback Ted Stachitas sprints away from Columbia defender Marquis Morgan on
a 30-yard touchdown run during last Friday night's regional semifinal playoff game.

With Seabreeze staggering in the fourth
quarter, Hunter Bates recovered a muffed punt
and MacNaught picked off a double pass.
Nease held Seabreeze scoreless for more than

33 minutes of the game and surrendered only
5 total yards in the second half.
"We made too many mistakes to beat a good
team," Seabreeze head coach Marc Beach said

after the game.
"This is the hard part about football right
here the ending of the season for the sen-
iors. They ought to be proud about what they
Seabreeze picked itself off the mat quickly
after the 24-14 Nease defeat. The Sandcrabs
have not lost a decision in their last 12 games
and are pumped for a rematch with. the
Statistically, both sides look equal.
Dannehower has passed for 1,443 yards and 16
TDs and rushed for 483 yards and eight scores.
Leroy Houston is the leading ground gainer
with 1,061 yards and 14 scoring romps. The
Sandcrabs list four receivers with 20 or more
receptions, led by Demetrius Wright with 24
for 472 yards and eight end zone trips.
The Seabreeze defense, anchored by Kasey
Smith, has been stout, allowing only 169 yards
a game. The offense puts up an average of 311.
Nease averaged 350 yards in the regular sea-
son and gave up only 206 on defense.
Stachitas has had another all-state caliber
year, throwing for 1,815 yards and 22 scores
and rushing for 684 yards and 11 TDs.
Andrews Barnes (775 rushing) and Patrick
Barker (478 receiving, 8 TDs) pace a deep roster
of interchangeable playmakers on both sides of
the ball.
Eleven different receivers have caught the
ball for Nease this season. Thirteen players
have at least one rushing carry.
That's a lot of options on offense.
The winner of tonight's game will play host
to either Pace (12-0) or First Coast (10-2) in the
Class 4A state semifinals.
The. loser goes back to his corner to lick his

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Petroni excited to join World Championship Tour


Never give up." Karina
Petroni of Atlantic
Beach kept the words of
her father close to her heart as
she surfed her way into the
World Championship Tour for
the 2008 season. Petroni, 19,
clinched a spot in the
Association of Surfing
Professionals (ASP) World
Championship Tour (WCT)
with her third place finish at
the Reef Hawaiian Pro Nov. 12-.
24 in Haleiwa, Oahu. She is the
first Floridian surfer since Lisa
Andersen, four time women's
world champion surfer, to earn
a spot on the WCT and the
only surfer on the 2008 tour
from the continental U.S.
"Hawaii is intimidating any-
way because the waves are big
and you feel like you have to
go out there and prove your-
self," said Petroni. "I ended up
squeaking through the heats
and got third. When they
announced I made it and that
I'm the first East Coaster since
Lisa Andersen and the only
American, I just felt so proud to
represent our country. I always
think of my Dad and his whole
attitude. Never give up."
Petroni spent four years as
one of 100 professional surfers
competing in the women's
World Qualifying Series (WQS),
equivalent to the minor league
of surfing. She entered the'
2006 season as No. 1 in the
WQS but continued to slip
back in the rankings. She ques-
tioned whether she was good
enough. She questioned the
nature of competitive surfing
and if she has what it takes to
be one of the elite 18 surfers on
the WCT.

Then two days before
Thanksgiving of 2006, Petroni's
father, Gerard, suffered a brain
aneurism and almost died. He
is still in rehabilitation.
"What happened to my dad
really humbled me," Karina
said. "I had gone through this
phase where I was having way
too much fun on the road and
I was out of shape. It made me
think I have all of these talents
God gave me; I should use
Petroni returned to Australia
to train and prepare for the
2007'season when she received
more tragic news from home.
On April 15, her best friend,
Matt Gray, 21, of Atlantic
Beach, died when he was struck
by an SUV while walking home
along Ocean Blvd.
"I think anytime you experi-
ence a tragedy it changes you,"
Petroni said. "I was getting in
shape and I felt great physically
but mentally I wasn't there yet.
"In competition you have to
have both. I didn't have any
expectations for the year. After
I lost my best friend I had an
outlook on life in general to
just go for broke. Every day is a-
new day and there is not much
chance to lose after that. Then I
started excelling and in my
own mind I was happy."

Petroni hadn't surfed for two
weeks before the 6-star U.S.
Open of Surfing July 25-28 at
Huntington Beach Pier, Cal.
She was home visiting her fam-
ily in Atlantic Beach and hang-
ing out with friends. No one
expected anything out of
Petroni and she didn't expect
anything of herself. But she
ended up placing second to
longtime friend Stephanie
Gilmore, of Australia. Gilmore
is the current World No. 1
surfer on the ASP women's
world tour. With the finish
Petroni jumped from 31st to
llth in the WQS rankings.
"It was so rewarding. I got a
lot of recognition; a lot of
respect and I flew up in the *
rankings," she said.. "Then I
thought, 'Maybe I do have a
chance of qualifying.' I had lost
that motive for a while."
For the 2008 season, Petroni
is still planning to compete in
the majority of the 5-star and
6-star events which includes
surfers on the WQS and WCT.
Her first WCT contest is the
Roxy Pro on Australia's Gold
Coast Feb. 23 to March 6.
"I love being the underdog;
it's the greatest feeling because
there's no pressure and then if
you do well it's this wonderful

surprise," Petroni said. "There
will be more eyes on me now
that I have the whole East
Coast on my shoulders."

Coast surf scene has been
watching Petroni since she first
started competing in the
Eastern Surfing Association at
the age. of 9.
Petroni was born in the
American Canal Zone at the
Isthmus of Panama. She grew
up in a jungle paradise next to
the Panama Canal, where her

Photo submitted
Atlantic Beach's Karina Petroni competes surfs the Hawaiian Pro competition. Petroni, 19, finished
third and earned a spot on the prestigious women's World Championship Tour for 2008.

father was a sea captain pilot-
ing ships through the canal.
Her mother, Reidunn, original-
ly from Norway, stayed home
to raise Karina and her three
older siblings.
Petroni began surfing on a
boogie board at
the age of 2
with her father
and brother,
Erik. The family
nicknamed her
"Mowgli" after
the character
from "The
Jungle Book," -
because she was
always barefoot
in the jungle
exploring, surf-
ing and fishing.
The Petroni
family began
dividing their
time between
Panama and
Atlantic Beach'
in 1997 so her
father could be
close to Naval
Mayport. They u l
moved to
Atlantic Beach in 2000 after the
Panama Canal and the Canal
Zone were turned over to the
Panamanian government.
Petroni was 12 years old at
the time, home-schooled by
her mother and spent much of
her time surfing.
Mitch Kaufmann, director of
the North Florida District of the
Eastern Surfing Association,

remembers the first time he
saw her surf.
"She has this smooth style
and confidence in the water,"
Kaufmann said. "She has this
fearless approach that is just in
her. She wants to be the best."
Her brother
Erik, 37, a
surfer and for-
mer competitor
in Panama, saw
her potential
early and began
to coach Karina
and manage
her surfing
career. Their
travels take
them to
Puerto Rico,
S Australia,
Mexico and
S Indonesia every
year where
Karina explores
the coastline
surfing some of
the best waves
in the world.
"Florida is
are the perfect
ground for surf-
ing because you have sand bot-
Stom, warm water, smaller
' wavhitd'y6ou-lea rn to surf
junk," Erik said. "That's the rea-
son why there are more world
championship titles from
Florida than the rest of the
world combined [Kelly Slater
with eight, Lisa Andersen with
four and Frieda Zamba with
four]. But then you get to the

Photo submitted
Karina Petroni poses with her third-place check from the
Hawaiian Pro 2007 competition.

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point where you have to travel
to surf bigger and better waves
if you want to become a better,
Erik Petroni is also his sister's
chief photographer and publi-
cist. He designed her website
karinapetroni.com and helped
her gain sponsorships over the
years. Karina has been featured
in national magazines such as
Teen Vogue, Teen People,
Cosmo Girl and Girls Life in
addition to national surfing
"She went through this
teenage thing for a couple of
years where I had to back off
and let her do her thing," Erik
Petroni said. "Now she is ready
to be coached again. I think I
can get her to the very top, no
In 2003, Karina began surfing
in WQS events all over the
globe and continued high
school via the internet as she
'traveled around the world. She
and her family moved to
Australia for two months so she
could train. By the time she
was 18, she was the youngest
surfer, male or female, to hold
three amateur championship
titles, the Eastern, U.S. and
National Championship, and a
S"pro win" in Kitty Hawk, N,C.
She was the youngest suriers ,- .
male or female, to win a profes-
sional surfing event in the his-
tory of the ASP. She also won
consecutive silver medals at the
2004 and 2005 World Junior
Surfing Championships.

the all of the surfing success
Karina still yearned for a higher
purpose. Erik introduced her to
the Oceanic Preservation
Society, a non-profit organiza-
tion seeking to promote aware-
ness of global aquatic ecosys-
tems. The society's motto is,
"We're not trying to save the
whole planet, just 70 percent of
Karina recently spent two
weeks in Japan with the society
filming in an attempt to raise
awareness and put an end to
the mass dolphin and whale
slaughtering in a secret cove in
Japanese National Park.
"Competing is great; it's fan-
tastic, but you're out there
exposing yourself and just try-
ing to make yourself better and
better; it's a goal and I love it'
but all my life I have, this
embedded in my head from my
parents to strive to make a dif-
ference in the world,".she said.
"The OP Society is really
keen on saving the ocean and
its wildlife. In Japan it was
more like an intervention and
reeducating the Japanese peo-.
ple. The mass slaughtering is

horrible and the meat is highly
contaminated with mercury so
it's terrible for them to be eat-
ing it. It was the best experi-
ence I've been a part of in my
life. It was a huge group effort
and so gratifying to be a part of
something like that."
Petroni is also working on a
television program, "Escape,"
about her experiences traveling
the world. The program will
include her surfing the North
and South Poles and up the
Amazon River. She has the sup-
port of her surfing sponsors but
hopes mainstream companies
that are interested in raising
eco awareness will come for-
ward and partner with her.
The show will include educa-
tional aspects to the program
such as the culture and history
of the exotic places she visits.
Local filmmaker Josh
Hansbrough, who has filmed
Petroni surfing in various loca-
tions over the years, is collabo-
rating on the project as well as
Erik Petroni and adventurer,
Bill Bailey, whom they original-
ly met in the Panama Canal
"We want'to capture all the
crazy moments that go on on
tour and all the whacky places I
get to visit," Petroni said. "I
want to create a show with
youth living life and exploring
the world. There is so much
garbage on TV. I think this will
be a fun and exciting way for
people see the world, learn
something and hopefully
inspire people to get out there."
Although Karina is proud to
claim Atlantic Beach as her
home when people ask where
she's from she laughs and
answers, "Earth," because she
has spent so much of her life
traveling. And her 2008 sched-
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Australia, Europe, South
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California and Hawaii.
"The traveling is the best part
because I get to see all of these
beautiful places;" Petroni said.
"But now the pressure is on.
I thought making it on the tour
was going to be this big relief,
but it's the opposite because
now the elite surfers are con-
centrated in the top 18. I'll just
have to keep reminding myself,
Never Give Up."

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Fletcher blanks Ed White

for girls soccer victory

Photos by
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ABOVE: First-year Senators
head coach Nicole Conrad
addresses her team prior to
Wednesday night's game
against Ed White High at Jack
Taylor Stadium. The Senators,
earned an 8-0 victory to
improve to 4-3-1 on the sea-

LEFT: Taylor Hays controls
the ball after a throw-in during
Wednesday night's game.
Fletcher took a 6-0 lead during
the first half, then scored its
eighth goal with 12:33 left in
the contest win via stoppage.

BELOW: Michelle Tsengas (3)
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Swing with Symphony
The BRASS Swing with the
Symphony golf tournament
will be played Dec. 4 on the
TPC Sawgrass Stadium
Course. Radio and TV per-
sonality Sam Kouvaris Will
present the awards at the
luncheon that follows the
event. The tournament is
preceded Dec. 2 by a
Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra concert and din-
ner at the TPC Sawgrass.
BRASS is the largest support-
er of the JSO; the dinner and
tournament is its major
fundraising event.

Beach walks
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Fort Clinch State Park is
offering a beach walk each
Sunday in December. The
.walks will be held at 9 a.m.,
and the park dislocated at
2601 Atlantic Ave.,
Fernandina Beach. Call 904-
277-7274 or visit www.flori-
dastateparks.org for informa-

Dance Memories
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach hosts
dance parties that run from
7-11 p.m. Nov. 30, Dec. 14
and Dec. 28. "Dance
Memories" are for those who
enjoy an evening of dancing
without fighting crowds or
smoke in clubs. Each party
will be hosted by celebrity
fitness trainer Steve Martini.
Soft drinks and party snacks
will be served.' Admission is
$10 per person, and patrons
should dress for dancing. For
information, contact the
Cultural Center at 280-0614.

Old-Time Music
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park will hold
the third annual Suwannee
Old-Time Music Weekend
Nov. 30-Dec. 2. The three-
day event will feature the
Rhythm Rats playing old fid-
dle tunes, banjo songs and
mountain blues. Concerts
are open to the public for a
fee of $10. Admission to the
weekend festival costs $150,
which includes workshops,
jam sessions, concerts and a
continental breakfast
Saturday and Sunday.
Registration begins at 11
a.m. today. For information,
call 386-397-4478 or toll free
at 1-877-635-3655.

Kayak Tours
The Friends of the Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
will offer sunset tours of the
Guana River 'from 3:30 to
5:30 p.m. Dec. 1, 16 and 30.
Space is limited. Call Ripple
Effect Ecotours at 904-847-
1565 for reservations.

Church Tour
The Downtown Historic
Church Tour will be held
from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday,
Dec. 8. Seven downtown
Jacksonville churches will
be open for the tour, and a
guide at each one will high-
light the architectural and
historical significance of the
building. Tickets are $5 per
person and are sold at the
Main Library the day of the
event. There is no charge for
children 12 and younger.
Call Michelle Brooks at 451-
3344 for information.

Songwriters Night
Songwriters Night is held
from 6-8 p.m. Dec. 9 in the
theater of the Adele Grage
Cultural Center. Doors open
at 5:45 p.m. for the free
event, hosted by Mike
Shackleford. For informa-
tion, visit www.ci.atlantic-

Flagler College Lecture
The Flagler College
Community Lecture Series
continues Dec. 11 with
Barry Sand presenting,
"Television: It's Not Art; It's
Not Science; It's Marketing."
Tickets are $5. The lecture
begins at 10 a.m. in the
Flagler Room at Flagler
College, 74 King St. Call 819-
6282 for tickets.

'It's a Wonderful Life'

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The 28-member cast of "It's a Wonderful Life" features Joseph Walz (center) as George Bailey
and Miranda Lawson (right) as his wife, Mary.

Classic film on stage

A favorite holiday heart-
warmer, "It's a Wonderful
Life," opens today for a two-
week run at Players by the Sea
Community Theatre in
Jacksonville Beach.
Director Bob Pritchard- has
assembled a cast of 28 actors
for a faithful stage adaptation
of the classic Christmas film
about a small-town banker
who fears that his life has
been a failure and is ready to
end it all onChristmas Eve.
Clarence, an angel trying to
earn his wings, shows George
Bailey that the low-cost loans
he has given the working
poor in the small community
of Bedford Falls have made all
the difference in the world.
Upshot: George is reunited

............ ...

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with his family and Clarence
earns his wings.
Joseph Walz is making his
Players debut as George.
Pelican award-winner

Miranda Lawson, last seen in
recent PBTS productions
"Cabaret "and "Bat Boy,"
plays Mary, George's under-
standing wife.
The kindly guardian angel
Clarence is played by Larry
Fairall, who has done humor-
ous and serious turns at
Players in such plays as
"Inspecting Carol" and "A
Delicate Balance." '
Jack Bernard plays the blun-
dering. Uncle Billy, Redgie
Gutshall is hard-hearted
tycoon Mr. Potter.
Gayle Featheringill (Ma
Bailey), David Boyer (Mr.
Gower), Bill White (Pa Bailey)
have other supporting roles.


Orpheus stays edgy with 'Pillowman'

"It's not about being or not
being dead. It's about what you
leave behind." The Pillowman

The Orpheus Theater Group,
a new independent theater
company dedicated to bringing
edgy and provocative theater
to Jacksonville, will open its
sophomore production, "The
Pillowman," next weekend.
A dark, violent story that
exposes aspects and issues sur-
rounding death, the play
allows the group to once again
push the envelope of local the-
ater offerings.
"The Pillowman," which

This story is, at its
heart, a story about
death and overcoming
death, and it explores
this theme in a variety of

Jennie Jarvis
artistic director

runs Dec. 7-23, will be
staged at 8 p.m. every Friday
and Saturday at the Body
Gallery in Jacksonville
The Orpheus Group's
debut production, "Closer,"
a raw and risque story of
infidelity and broken trust,
was staged earlier this year
at the Body Gallery.
"The Pillowman," written
by Martin McDonagh, is the
story of Katurian, a fiction
writer living in a police state
who is interrogated by the


Poinsettia season upon us

rT is the season for the
glorious poinsettia
Somehow, they have
always been there from the
beginning, even without all
the other commercialism and
It seems that no matter
what your ethnic/religious
background, most everyone
buys or receives a poinsettia.
It is just a part of the holiday
Over the,years we have
seen the hybridizers go crazy
with new combinations of
colors and leaves, but my
favorite is still the red, old-
fashioned ones. I have not
bought mine yet, but am
planning to'by the beginning
of next week, and I always
buy large ones that continue
to amaze me.
Once bought, then it is
always a challenge to keep
them looking as nice as when
I purchased them, and I sus-
pect that is a challenge for
you as well.
Today is a refresher course,
a quick one, in doing just
that. The care of the poinset-


tia once you bring it home is
very important, but it is also
important to select one that
is in good shape to begin
with. Many of the stores offer
them for very little money,
and they are on display out-
side on stands in the wind
and sun, drooping, in or out
of saggy bags, but only cost-
ing a few dollars. A great
In my opinion, they are
not because I am now in
charge of keeping this neg-
lected ugly thing alive and

pretty. Sometimes they
respond quickly and become
lovely again, but more often
than not, these guys are
ready for the trash long
before I have time to enjoy
Also, remember that you
should never buy them at the
beginning of a long shopping
day unless you take them
home right away. How would
you like to sit in a hot car
while your mom shops the
day away, only to be taken
home, plopped on the front
porch, not given a drink of
water, and then expected to
be glamorous the next morn-
So, the bottom line is to
select ones with taut leaves
and flower bracts, feel the
soil to be sure it is not bone
dry, and once purchased; take
them home to a protected
spot until you have time to
take charge of their care.
If they are to be used for
inside decorations, there are
a few rules that will help you.
First, select a spot where they


Russian pianist takes

his craft to the max


The Beaches Fine Arts Series
presents Russian pianist
Maxim Anikushin at 7:30 p.m.
today at St. Paul's by the Sea
Episcopal Church, 1150 Fifth
St. North, Jacksonville Beach.
The concert is free and seat-
ing is first-come, first=served.
Doors open 45 minutes prior to
A Moscow native, Anikushin
began his piano studies at the
age of 5 and by 11 had entered -
the Moscow Conservatory.
After immigrating to the U.S.
in 1991, he studied at the San
Francisco Conservatory and d
completed his bachelor and pnot subm.ned
master's degrees at Juilliard on Visual art by Cookie Davis.
full scholarship., .
Anikushin performed his At 31, Anikushin is a veteran.
New York debut recital in Weill of many concerto performanc-
Hall of Carnegie Hall in May es, including Tchaikovsky's
1999. Now living in New York, First Piano Concerto with con-
he was the only U.S. resident ductor Dmitry Yablonsky and
invited to play at the presti- the Moscow Symphony
gious International Orchestra.
Tchaikovsky Competition last During his BFAS perform-
summer. ance, Anikushin is scheduled
In May 2006, hewon First, to perform works"' by
Place at the International Beethoven, Schubert, Bratms,
Piano Competition in Carlet, Stravinsky and, Sergei
Spain. Prokofiev. Call 270-1771. "

Photo submitted
As part of the Beaches Fine Arts Series educational outreach
program, Maxim Anikushin will also conduct a Master Class
for advanced piano students at Douglas Anderson School.


photo submitted
Russia's State Ice Ballet Company will perform "Sleeping
Beauty on Ice" Thurday, Dec. 13, at the University of North
Florida Fine Arts Center. Tickets start at $28. Call 620-2878.

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The inaugural national tour of the Tony Award-winning musical comedy 'The 25th annual Putn;
County Spelling Bee," comes to Jacksonville Dec. 21-23 for five performances at the Moran Th
Tickets start at $26. Call 632-3228 or visit www.artistseries.fccj.org.


- This show adapted from the
short story by. David Sedaris, is
performed at 7:30 p.m. every
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
through Dec. 8 at The
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old
Mission Avenue, St. Augustine.
Tickets are $20. Call 825-1164
for information.
LIFE" The stage adaptation
of this classic 1946 holiday
film is presented at 8 p.m.
today and Saturday and Dec. 7,
8, 14 and 15 at Players By the
Sea, 106 6th Street N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Matinees
are performed at 2 p.m.
Sunday and Dec. 9. Tickets are
$18 'for adults, $15 for stu-
dents. Call 249-0289 for infor-

photo submitted
David Sedaris is a Macy's elf
in "The SantaLand Diaries."

- This holiday mus
staged at 8 p.m. every 1
through Sunday and 1
every Saturday and noo:
Sunday through Dec. 25
Alhambra Dinner T
12000 Beach
Jacksonville. Doors op(
hours prior to curtain.
range from $39 to $46 f
ner and the show. Ca
1212 for reservations.
Auditions for the Tei
Williams' production
Night of the Iguana"
held at 3 p.m. Sunday,
and 7 p.m. Monday, Ja
the theater, 106 6th Sti
Jacksonville Beach. Ro
available for eight men
women. Auditioners w
cold from the script. Scr
available. Call 249-0289

Adventure Landing, at 1944
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach, hosts an activity for
toddlers, pre-schoolers and ele-
mentary-aged children called
Teddy Bear Thursdays. Each
Thursday, from 10-11:30 a.m.,
children can create their own
stuffed animal at Adventure
Landing's Teddy Bear Factory.
For $7.99, a child and his or
her caretaker can select an
"animal skin," then be
involved in the process of
stuffing it, naming it and issu-
ing the new stuffed animal
friend a birth certificate. Kids
and their caretakers get to ride
the Wacky Worm Family roller
coaster, which is included in
the price. Call 246-4386 for
am The Beaches Branch Library,
heater. 600 N. Third St., Neptune
Beach, offers a variety of chil-
dren's activities. For informa-
tion, call 241-1411.
Children's Programs
*Family Preschool &
Storytime, 0-5, Thursdays at
10:30 a.m.
*Toddler Time, 19 months-3
ROLE" years, Wednesdays at 10:30
sical is a.m.
tuesday .Mother Goose Storytime,
.1 a.m. birth-19 months, Wednesdays
n every at 11 a.m.
Sat'the *Preschool Storytime, 3-5
theatre, without adult, Wednesdays at
Blvd., 11:30 a.m.
en two *Saturday Craft Surprise,
Tickets held the first Saturday of each
for din- month from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
.11 641- Teen Programs
*Family Board Game Day
will be held from 2:30-4:30
SEA -- p.m. Nov. 24. Games to be
nnessee played include checkers, chess,
"The Candyland and Battleship.
will be
reet N., The Ponte \'edra Beach
Ales are Branch Library, 101 Library
and six Blvd., offers classes for young-
ill read sters each Wednesday. The
ipts are offerings are, at 9:45 a.m., Just
?. for Babies; at 10:30 a.m.,

Matheson: Have arrangements of cut poinsettias

Cont.-from B-l,......
;will receive partial sun during the day,
not necessarily the blasting all- afternoon
sun, but not in a dark comer either. And
be sure they are not on top of or under a
vent; the heat or air conditioning will do
a number on them that will not be pret-
ty. The same is true if you set them.next
to or in front of your fireplace, and on
that rare occasion when you have a fire
for ambiance, you forget and leave the
plant in place. By the way, even the arti-
ficial fireplaces emit heat, so move the
Second, for interior display, be sure the
plant is high enough to keep curious pets
or toddlers away from it. Although the
plant is not considered a poison, it is
considered to be toxic. Confusing yes,
but the bottom line is that if ingested, it
can cause very adverse reactions in
humans and pets, and possibly could
lead to death. Mostly the sap is the prob-
lem and it creates an allergic itchiness or
redness. But, this is critical to remember.
And if you touch the plant and then pet
your dog or play with the baby, or your
husband for that matter, be sure and
wash your hands before touching some-
thing else Don't be paranoid, but don't
be ignorant either.
Thirdly, watering the poinsettia always
seems to be the biggest hang-up, and no
one, not even me, can tell you precisely
how much and how often to water it.
However, here are some guidelines: 1. If
the plant comes with a foil wrapper, poke
holes into the bottom of it so when you
water, the excess can drain out.'
Alternatively, I like to keep the wrapper

Intact, but.remove it completely wheOIv ,,- !giving it t drink. Lots of little waterings
.water because I plop the plantsti.to t:i ,ra. g betterthan a long saturation.
closed sink and let them take up water Do not let water sit in the wrapper and
for about 15 minutes before I remove the collect there if the plant is outdoors any'-
drainplug. more than if it were inside. This is not a
Then the plants sit there for about an good idea and can cause the roots to rot
hour, draining excess water, after which I very quickly.
-replace the wrapper and put them back Remember that the poinsettia is con-
where they have been. By the way, they sidered to be tropical and will not with-
do not like to have their leaves or the stand freezes. So on the night of your big
colored parts get wet. The soil should party and a freeze is predicted, be sure
stay "evenly moist", not getting too dry, and water the plants beforehand during
nor staying too wet. Good luck! That is the day, and no matter how wiped out
the hardest part, but if you push your you are after the party, move those babies
finger into the soil and feel for moisture into the garage for the night. They are
you can pretty much tell if the plant can too tender and flimsy to cover with
go for another day or 2, or if it needs a sheets.
drink immediately. If the plant feels like Lastly, you can have arrangements of
a feather when you lift it, wouldn't that cut poinsettias. To do this, I believe that
probably mean it needs a drink? And, you need to cut the stem under cool
you will not need to fertilize them water, placing it in to an isopropyl alco-
because they will come from the nurs- hol dip for a few minutes before placing
series with small balls of slow release fer- it into a vase or a water tube. Cut poin-
tilizer already on the soil. settias should last for nearly a week and
OK, maybe you have chosen just to would make a beautiful addition to any
have your poinsettias outside, like on collection of greenery that is in a vase
your front porch where you have a spot- with water. We don't expect to see them
light showing them off at night. there, so that would be quite a visual
Use your logic and recognize that if impact.
they face east they'll get the morning Have fun with whatever kinds you
sun, west, they'll get the hotter afternoon select. I am a traditionalist, but I always
sun. If we have winds, they'll loose more buy a friend a pink one, and another
water than if it is still. If a spotlight or likes white. A few of my gardener friends
other lights are on them, this will always have the newest genetic speci-
increase their dryness. So, you'll have to mens and if nothing else, they make
check the ones on the outside just as great conversation pieces!
much as the ones on the inside. Water If you take good care of them, they'll
the same way. and, remember that it is last long after the holiday season has fin-
always easier to keep a plant looking nice ished and the credit card bills have come
if you do not let it.get all droopy before in.

photo 'submitted
"Super Grover" (center) stars in the Sesame Street Live produc-
tion of "Ready for Action." The show runs Dec. 14-16 at the
Moran Theater in downtown Jacksonville. Tickets are $12, $16
and $22. For more details, call 630-3900.

Toddler Story Time; and at 11
a.m., Preschool Story Time.
Call 827-6950 for information.
Adventure Landing, 1944
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach, has a variety of
December activities scheduled:
*Teddy Bear Toy Drive Dec.
1-19: For every stuffed animal
purchased from Adventure
Landing's Teddy Bear Factory,
Adventure Landing will donate
a brand new stuffed animal to
Toys for Tots.

*Care Bears Teddy Bear
SChristmas Dec. 15: Breakfast
with Santa and the Care Bears
is offered. A breakfast buffet is
available from 8-10 a.m., fol-
lowed by a free meet and greet.
eNoon Year's Eve Dec. 31:
*From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., kids 12
and under can enjoy an All-U-
Can-Play go-karts, miniature
golf and laser tag for only $10
per person. At noon, in cele-
bration of the new year, all
kids can participate in a bal-
loon drop, and all balloons are
filled with prizes.

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Memberships make great gifts

During this holiday sea-
son, giving a gift of
art does not necessari-
ly mean giving a painting or
a craft wrapped in pretty
Rather, it could be a gift of
an activity, such as tickets to
a performance, a class oppor-
tunity or membership in a
Many cultural organiza-
tions are offering opportuni-
ties for classes or tickets to
special performances during
the holidays.
Membership in a museum
such as MOSH includes
Christmas programs such as
S touring the night sky to
learn about other planets or
the mystery behind the Star
of Bethlehem.
Many of our cultural
organizations are offering
special performances during
this holiday season such as
the University of North
Florida's "Sleeping Beauty on,
Ice," set for 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 13, at the
Fine Arts Center.
The Ritz Chamber Players
present a season of spectacu-
lar chamber music at 7:30
p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6.
Three other concerts will
follow during the year. Call
354-S547. There is still time
to give yearly memberships
to museums, theater groups,
symphony and other musical
activities and groups.
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra will be exhibit-
ing the juried artworks of
its member artists Dec. 7
through Jan. 12. A reception
will be held Friday, Dec. 7,
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The
Center announced a Holiday

Arts Camp and Advanced
Arts Workshop.
The arts camp is for 4 and
9 year old children and will
be held Dec. 26-28 or Jan. 2-
4. The holiday advanced art
workshops are for ages 10 to
14 year olds and will be held
the same dates. For informa-
tion, call 280-0614.
Eclectic Galleries showcas-
es the works of more than
180 American artists. Both
contemporary and functional
handmade jewelry, ceramics,
wood art, textiles and much
more are on display at 2405
3rd St. S., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-2750.
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The St. Johns River City
Band will present "Yuletide
Swing" at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5
at the Jacksonville Main
The group recently
received notification the
band was accepted to be on
the State of Florida Touring
Roster for 2006-2012.
That means that any non-
profit organization in Florida
that is more than 100 miles

from Jacksonville can apply
to have the band play in
their community. The band
has moved to a new office at
the Aetna Building on the
South Bank where it has
greater visibility.
The St. Augustine Art
Association will open a new
exhibit, "Slice of Life," on
Sunday, Dec. 2, with a recep-
tion from 2 to 5 p.m. at 22
Marine St. Call 824-2310.
Bethel Gallery is exhibit-
ing "Twenty-seven Reasons
for the Season" by the
Shades of Grace artists
through Jan. 6. The gallery
is located at the Ponte Vedra
Presbyterian Church on Palm
Valley Road, Ponte Vedra.
Call 285-8225.
Florida Community
College South Gallery will be
presenting its "Student
Holiday Celebration" Dec.
3-12 at the Nathan H.
Wilson Center for the Arts.
An opening reception will be
held Thursday, Dec. 6, from
S6 to 8 p.m. Call 646-2222.
The downtown Art Walk
will be held Wednesday, Dec.
5 from 5 to 9 p.m. Pick up a
map at the Jacksonville
Museum of Contemporary
Art to check out the partici-
pating galleries.
First Street Gallery is fea-
turing the photography of
Will Dickey through Jan. 2
and its Christmas Ornament
Show through December at
216B First Street, Neptune
Beach. Call 241-6928.
The Beaches Fine Arts

This work of art by Mary Atwood is part of the new exhibit, "27 Reasons for the Season," at
Bethel Gallery in Ponte Vedra Presbyterian Church. The artwork illustrates Colossians 2:9 to 10,
which says, "For in Christ, all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form, and you have been
given fullness in Christ, who is the head over every power and authority."

Orpheus: In converted yoga studio

Cont. from B-1
police when a number of chil-
dren are violently murdered in
his neighborhood.
Each of the children's deaths
occur in ways that mirror
events in his horrific short sto-
ries, most of which were never
published. Katurian, who is
innocent, must fight for his life
and for his stories.
The play was nominated for
both a Tony and a Drama Desk
award for best play, and every
major player in the Broadway
cast was nominated for a Tony
for Best Actor or Best
Supporting Actor.
The show's director, Jennie
'Jarvis, warns audiences that
the subject matter in "The
Pillowman" could be extreme-
ly disturbing. She advises more
timid audience members to
think carefully before purchas-
ing a ticket.
"This story is, at its heart, a
story about death and over-
coming death, and it explores
this theme in a variety of ways
some of them violently,"
Jarvis said. "Keep in mind, the
investigators in this play are
investigating the murders of

However, Jarvis said that,
people shouldn't be turned off
simply because of the violent
subject matter.
"The play is so well written,
just exceptionally well crafted,
that everyone who's read it has
immediately asked me when
we open," said Jarvis, who also
directed "Closer."
The cast includes A.J. Pratt,
Wesley Nielsen, Jennifer
Gagnon, and Jeff Wells. Justin
Bell and Erin Thursby, both rel-
ative newcomers to the
Jacksonville Theater scene,
round out the-cast.
Continuing the group's posi-
tive relationship with the Body
Gallery of Jacksonville, this
production will be staged in a
converted yoga studio.
"Audiences were first pretty
wary of the idea of a theater
company using a yoga studio
as an acting space, but now
that they've seen that it works,
that it's an intimate space that
really allows you to experience
the story along with the char-
acters, people are excited to
experience this kind of theater
again," Jarvis says.
"We've had a lot of positive
feedback about the creation of

an independent theater group
here in town."
For more information, visit
Orpheus online at

Series will present Russian
pianist Maxim Anikushin
today at 7:30 p.m.
At the reception following
the free concert, visual artist
Cookie Davis will be
exhibiting her artworks. The
concert will be held at St.
Paul's By-the-Sea Episcopal
Church, 1150 5th St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 270-
1771 for information.
Dr. Michael Gannon,
Professor Emeritus of History
at the University of Florida,
will be the guest lecturer at 7
p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, at
6:30 p.m. at the Beaches
Museum,& History Center in
Jacksonville Beach. This
event is free but seating is
Visit Ruby's Emporium at
the museum tomorrow from
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
when local artists and
authors will be selling their
"Winter Selections," the
current exhibit, at the J.
Johnson Gallery, contains
the works of some of the.
leading artists of our time.
The works have been on
display at the most impor-
tant galleries and museums
in the U.S. Do not miss this
exciting show while it is in
our area at 177 4th Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Call 435-
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An art show and sale by
Deborah S. Dellinger, Susan
Fiske, Sherrlynn Mellot and
Dr. Conrad L. Williams will
be held from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday at Beach Plaza,
1260 Beach Blvd.


Cont. From B-1
Steve McMahon, Anthony
Hodge, Annette Page, Robert
Thames, Sam Willis and
Heather Goodling porttay:vari-
ous citizens of Bedford Palls. '
Technical director David Paul
has constructed a multi-level
set that suggests many locales
in Bedford Falls. Costumers
Camala Pitts and Dorinda
Grogan have created an
authentic 1940s look.
Pritchard directed two previ-
ous productions of "It's a
Wonderful Life" for his
Jacksonville Stage Company.
He recently directed
Limelight Theatre's atmospher-
ic production of
A versatile actor, his most
recent performance at Players
was as an out-of-control actor
disastrously playing Scrooge in
"Inspecting Carol."
Performances of "It's a
Wonderful Life" are 8 p.m.
today and Saturday and Dec. 7,
8, 14 and 15. Sunday matinees
are at 2 p.m. Sunday and Dec.
9. Tickets are, $18 for Adults,
$15 for students, Seniorss and
military.,For reservations, call
249 0289

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"Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure" shows the world
dominated by an ocean environment filled with creatures of
immense size on the World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater. "Sea
Monsters," a National Geographic Films production, weaves
together a series of paleontological digs in a story about scientists
working as detectives to answer questions about the ancient and
mysterious ocean world. The film is narrated by Tony Award-win-
ning actor Liev Schreiber. For tickets and showtimes, call 904-
940-IMAX or visit www.wgv.com.

Sweeney Todd (Johnny Depp) vows revenge for being unjustly sent to prison by shaving years off the lives, of his adversaries in
the screen adaptation of Stephen.Sondheim's musical thriller "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street." The film, which
also stars Helena Bonham Carter (right) as his amorous accomplice Mrs. Lovett, opens Friday Dec. 21.

'Elizabeth' sequel lacks original's flair

When Elizabeth ruled
England during the
late 16th century,
she set the New World stage
for the emergence of
Her queenly decisions, wise
when viewed in light of the
time's standards, in many
ways shaped contemporary
avant garden thinking about
liberty. This was evident in
the epic biopic, "Elizabeth,"
an art house bombshell in
Now the same director,
Shekhar Kapur, has brought
together the same cast for
"Elizabeth: The Golden Age."
Though a sequel to its ele-
gant predecessor and fantas-
tic for history buffs, it lacks
the flair.and pageantry of the
In both features, Australian
Cate Blanchett plays Queen
Elizabeth I. She's perfect; her
grace, manner and good
looks are ideal for the por-
trayal. Clive Owen recreates

,1. Spider Man 3 starring
Tobey Maguire (Sony) Rated:
2. Shrek the Third featuring
the voice of Mike Myers
(DreamWorks) PG
3. Meet the Robinsons fea-
turing the voice of Daniel
Hansen (Buena Vista) G
4. Transformers Josh
Duhamel (Paramount) PG-13
5. License To Wed Robin
Williams (Warner) PG-13
6. Ocean's Thirteeen
George Clooney (Warner) PG-
7. I Now Pronounce You
Chuck and Larry Kevin James
(Universal) PG-13
8. Ratatouille featuring the
voice of Brad Garrett (Buena
Vista) G
9. Knocked Up Katherine
Heigl (Universal) R
10. 1408 John Cusack (The
Weinstein Company) PG-13

Sir Walter Raleigh, in some
historical accounts a clandes-
tine romantic companion of
the queen. Though most stu-
dents of history don't accept
this (Elizabeth was known as
"the virgin queen"), it's
included to add spice.
"Elizabeth: The Golden
Age" opens with a portrayal
of something we're experi-
encing today: holy war. It
isn't the Jslamic ast against j
* he Chlirstian w"est: it'
Protestant against Catholic.
The Pope has declared the
Protestant queen and break-
away kingdom heretical and
wants Mary Queen of Scots,
played by Samantha Morton,
on the English throne
Mary is Catholic,
Elizabeth's cousin, and has
been imprisoned as she's
made no secret about want-
ing to supplant her relative.
It's a political, not religious
move. The English are free to
worship as they please.
In Spain, Catholic King
Philip II also wants Mary on
the throne. Phillip badly

1. Spider Man 3 starring
Tobey Maguire (Sony) Rated:
2. Ocean's Thirteen George
Clooney (Warner) PG-13
3. Shrek the Third featuring
the voice of Mike Myers
(DreamWorks) PG
4. Transformers Josh
Duhamel (Paramount) PG-13
5. Ratatouille featuring the
voice of Brad Garrett (Buena
Vista) G
6. I Now Pronounce You
Chuck and Larry Kevin James
(Universal) PG-13
7. Meet the Robinsons fea-
turing the voice of Daniel
Hansen (Buena Vista) G
8. License To Wed Robin
Williams (Warner) PG-13
9. Knocked Up Katherine
Heigl (Universal) R
10. Fantastic Four: Rise of
the Silver Surfer Jessica Alba
(20th Century Fox) PG

After destroying the overpowering demon Grendel, a legendary
Viking (Ray Winstone) incurs the undying wrath of Grendel's
ruthlessly seductive mother (Angelina Jolie) in the epic tale
"Beowulf." The film is rated PG-13.

wants control of England, his
world rival, and believes
Mary would be pliable. Back
then, alliances between
nations were cemented by
Elizabeth won't marry him,
but Mary might. Through
smuggled letters and with
much intrigue, they form a
Their plotting is discov-
ered, and Mary, literally,
loses her head for:treason.
Phillip, enraged but confi-
dent as. he possesses the
world's largest naval armada,
decides the time's ripe for
war. More detail here would
spoil the flick's viewing!
Unlike the original, the
acting in this, possibly a sec-
ond installment in a budding
series, is merely adequate.
The sole standout is Abbie
Cornish. who plays the
queen's favorite maidservant.
Her role is small but her
impact large.
As in the original flick, the
costumes dazzle. They don't,
however, pack the knock-out
punch they did in the first

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picture. The movie's score,
too, by Craig Armstrong and
A.R. Rahman, is intrusive.
Though extremely subjec-
tive, sometimes, it seemed so
loud and attention-grabbing,
it distracted from the screen.
Before seeing this PG-13,
114-minute movie, visit its
website at www.elizabeththe-
goldenage.net. There you'll
find the trailer and not much
"Elizabeth: The Golden
Age" doesn't require you to
see the original "Elizabeth"
to enjoy it. It will, however,
add to its enjoyment.

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The Jacksonville Beach Planning and Development Department has
received an application (PC #29-07) to amend the Redevelopment
District: RD ordinance governing the Metropolitan mixed-use devel-
opment located at 320 North 1st Street, more specifically described
as Lots 1 & 2, Block 32, Pablo Beach North and Lots.19, 20, & 21
Flagler Tract. The applicant is requesting to add a range of uses
including, but not limited to, dance/fitness studio, banquet hall,
membership organization, conference facility, art gallery, and all
occasion parties as permitted uses for her 1,560 s.f. tenant space in
the Metropolitan building. The full list of uses requested to be added
is contained in the application.

A public hearing on the proposed application is scheduled as

Jacksonville Beach City Council
2nd Reading

December 3, 2007
7:00 p.m.

The public hearings will be held on the dates and times listed in the
City Council Chambers, located at 11 North 3rd Street, Jacksonville
Beach, Florida. A copy of the application and other documents are
available for public inspection at the offices of the planning and
Development Department, 11 North 3rd Street, Jacksonville Beach,
Florida, during normal business hours.


In accordance with Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, any person
desirous of appealing any decision reached at this meeting will
need a record of the proceedings. Such person may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
should include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be made.

The public is encouraged to speak on issues on this Agenda that con-
cern them. Anyone who wishes'to speak should submit a request to
the recording secretary prior to the beginning of the meeting.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section
286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special
accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department no later than 5:00 p.m. on
the Friday prior to the meeting date.


November 30 2007

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1. "Apologize" Timbaland
Featuring One Republic
(Mosley/Blackground) Last
Week: No. 1
2. "Kiss Kiss" Chris Brown
Featuring T Pain (Jive) No. 3
3. "No One" Alicia Keys J)
No. 2
4. "Bubbly" Colbie Caillat
(Universal Republic) No. 4
5. "Good Life" Kanye West
Featuring T Pain (Roc A
Fella/Def Jam) No. 12
6. "Crank That (Soulja Boy)"
Soulja Boy Tell'em (Collipark)
No. 6
7. "Stronger" Kanye West
(Roc A Fella/Def Jam) No. 5
8. "Hate That I Love You"
Rihanna Featuring Ne' Yo
(SRP/Def Jam) No. 8
9. "Cyclone" Baby Bash
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10. "How Far We've Come"

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All That Remains will be bringing its heavy riffs and explosive metal sound to Freebird Live on Wednesday, Dec. 5. The
Massachusetts-based band released a live concert DVD on Oct. 30. Call 246-BIRD for more details.


The award-winning Russian
pianist performs at 7:30 p.m.
today at St. Pauls' By-The-Sea
Episcopal Church, 1150 5th
Street N., Jacksonville Beach.
Admission is free. Call 270-
1771 for information.
The country singer performs
as part of her "A Classic

Christmas Tour" at 8 p.m.
today at The Florida theatre,
128 E. Forsyth Street, jack-
sonville. Call 355-2787 for
ticket information.
World renowned classical
guitarist Stephen Robinson
performs a concert to benefit
the Betty Griffin House at 7
p.m. Nov. 30 at Memorial

Presbyterian Church, 32
Sevilla Street, St. Augustine.
Call 471-9638 for information.
University of North Florida's
Chorale, Chamber Singers and
Brass Quintet present this hol-
iday concert at 2 p.m. and 8
p.m. Saturday in the Lazzarra
Performance Hall in the UNF
Fine Arts center, 4567 St. Johns

Bluff Road S., Jacksonville. Call
620-2878 for information.
University of North Florida's
clarinet students perform at 4
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4 in 'the
Recital Hall in the UNF Fine
Arts center, 4567 St. Johns
Bluff Road S., Jacksonville. Call
620-2878 for information.




Aromas Cigar. Wine &
Mattln Bar, 8880 A1A-N.. Ponte:
Vedra Beach, 280-2525. Le
Monde Quartet plays Latin
music Tuesdays. The Jason
Anderson Group performs
every Thursday. Jose LeBron
and The LeMonde Quintet per-
form every Saturday.
The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Acoustic
rock with Charlie Walker,
Funktion and Acme in the main
bar every Wednesday.
Bo's Coral Reef, 201 5th Ave.
N., Jacksonville Beach, 246-
9874. DJs and female imperson-
ators weekly.
,Brix Taphouse, 300 2nd Street
N., Jacksonville Beach, Charlie
Walker plays mellow rock and
music of the beach from 10
p.m. to 1 a.m. every Sunday.
Live music is performed every
Bukkets Oceanfront features
live music from local artists
from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every
Friday and Saturday.
Cap'n Odies, 2200 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach, 241-8848.
Live music from 9:30 p.m. to
1:30 a.m. today and Saturday.
Country night every Sunday.
Caribbee Key, 100 N 1st St.,
Neptune Beach, 270-8940, fea-
tures Matt Still at 8 p.m. every
Tuesday, Charlie Walker at 10
p.m. every Thursday, Pili Pili
reggae every Friday and
Saturday and Jimmy Parrish &
the Ocean Waves every Sunday
at 3 p.m.

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Culhanes Irish Pub, 967
. At-antic-.Bl'd.~-Atlantig ,Bdac. ,
249-95'5, features Traditional
irish music is performed every
Sunday at 6 p.m.
Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub &
Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, 242-9499.
Cloud Nine followed by Jimmy
Solari every Wednesday. Spade
McQuade plays every Sunday.
Fly's Tie, 177 E. Sailfish Dr.,
Atlantic Beach, 246-4293.
Songwriter's night with Seth
Ramsdill every Tuesday. Reggae
with Pill Pill every Wednesday.
The Wes Cobb Band is in
Thursday. Mystic Dino and the
420 Band are in Sundays.
Freebird Live, 200 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach, 246-BIRD.
The Almost, Captain Kids and
Wherefore perform, tonight.
Saturday, Dec. 1 Dinosaur Jr.,
Awesome Color and Greeness
play an all ages show.
Wednesday, Dec. 5 All That
Remains perform with Fed Up
and Pontius Pilot. Doors open
at 7 p.m. and is for all ages.
Thursday, Dec. 6 Col Bruce &
The Quark Alliance headline a
show with The Tony Hume
Collaboration. Tickets are $8.
More information is available
online at www.freebirdlive.com
Latitudes Cafe, 2429 S. 3rd
Street, Jacksonville Beach, holds
acoustic night every Tuesday
with live music from Chelsea
Saddler from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Half price bottles of wine
offered all night. Wednesday
ladies drink free. Trivia Night is
Thursday from 8 p.m. to 10

Sp.m. with food and buckets of,
beer special, .
Happy Hour is offered
Tuesday-Friday from 11am-7pm
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N. 1st
St., Jacksonville Beach, 249-
5181, The second part to a
series of pure irish music show
sponsored by Guinness and
Diageo will be held this week-
end beginning tonight. Music
from celtic rock band
Rathkeltair. Guinness, Harp and
Smithwicks will be on special
for the event. More information
available on www. lynchsirish-
Mackenzie's Steakhouse, 100
Sawgrass Village, Ponte Vedra
Beach, 543-9143. Gene Nordan
plays piano Tuesday through
Thursday'nights. Don Miniard
plays Saturday. Michael
Howard plays Sunday. Will
Hurley performs Fridays and
Max's Restaurant, 1312 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach, 247-
6820. John Evans plays the
piano every Friday and
Ocean Club, 401 1st Street
North, Jacksonville Beach.
SMystic Roots in the tiki bar
every Tuesday. Fifth South and
the Glass Camels are in the
Bubba Lounge every
Wednesday. Reggae with Pill Pill
from 4 to 8 p.m. every Sunday.
Paco's Mexican Grill, 331 1st
St., Jacksonville Beach, 208-
5097, Matt Still performs
tonight at 9:30 p.m., live music
is offered every Friday and

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The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Jocelyn &
'the Geronimos host karaoke
every Tuesday.
Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
Karaoke every Wednesday and
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N. 1st
St., Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
is held at 9:30 p.m. every
Monkey's Uncle Tavern, 1850
3rd Street S., Jacksonville Beach.
Karaoke every Tuesday,
Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday with a contest at 11
p.m. every other Thursday.
Spare Time Tavern and Grille,
1728 3rd St. N., Jacksonville
Beach. Karaoke every

Your child may have 20/20 eyesight
but 0/0 vision. The difference is critical.
Eyesight is merely the basic ability to see,
Vision is the ability to identify interpret,
comprehend, and act on what is seen.
Routine vision tests performed by school
personnel or by most eye care professionals
measure eyesight. They do not include
the kinds of testing that can find visually
related learning problems.
Our VIP (Vision Improvement Program) can diagnose and successfully treat
vision problems that are often reflected in the following behaviors:
Unable to sit still; cannot stay on task for any
length of time.
SVery clumsy; poor eye-hand coordination.o
Does written work very slowly; often fails to
complete a task.
Has difficulty copying visual material;
constantly looks up and down.
Moves entire head instead of eyes when
Reversals-for example confusing the words
"was and saw" or letters "hb and d".
Is disorganized and frustrated when studying
visual information.
Makes frequent, "careless" errors.
If your son or daughter, age 7-18, has one or more of these behaviors. call
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Here comes baby! A guide to childproofing your home

you've read every book,
taken the classes. The
baby shower gifts are
piled high, the nursery's all
decked out. The excitement of
the imminent arrival of a new
little person couldn't be high-
er. But have you baby-proofed
the house? Yes, newborns
can't crawl to the top of the
stairs, pull a bookcase over, or
get underneath the sink. But
within a few months, you'll
wish you had taken care of
anything that could cause you
baby harm. Our advice: do it
now, because the next few
months (if not years) will go
by in a blur.
Professional baby-proofers
are the ultimate protection
against household hazards for
your bundle of joy. Their serv-
ices can cost $300 and up,
depending on the size of your
house. But consider baby-
proofing yourself. It'll have
you seeing your house in a
new way, a perspective that
puts safety first at all times.
Kids are a lifelong commit-
ment and keeping your home
safe for them will be too.
There are literally hundreds of
products out there for every
age range and potentially haz-
ardous situation, sO the
process will likely be an ongo-
ing one.
So, where to begin? Many
moms recommend you begin
by putting yourself in your
baby's booties. Try to get a
view of the world from your
baby's perspective by crawling
around on all fours. You'll be
surprised by how many
threats lurk in the baby zone:
2-3 feet from the floor up.

'Be Jane'

One mom said that during
this exercise she discovered
staples poking through the
underside of one of her tables.
Most dangers in the home
are far more obvious, howev-
er. While not all accidents can
be avoided (they are just part
of being a kid) there are a host
of products out there to help
you reduce the threat of
something dangerous happen-
ing. These mini-projects are
easy enough to do yourself,
but of course you can also
hire a company to come to
your home and do it for you.
Housing dangerous utensils,
toxic cleaning products and
the oven, the kitchen is a
good place to kick your baby-
proofing projects into gear.
Start with one of the most
obvious tasks: locking the
kitchen cabinets and drawers.
While you don't need to tack-
le all of them, you'll want to
think about baby-proofing the

ones close to the floor that
contain anything hazardous.
(Or, if you aren't crazy about
the idea of your child crawl-
ing in or removing items from
lower cabinets, do them all.)
Equip cabinets with safety
latches. All are pretty inexpen-
sive, easy to install and are
either self adhesive or require
the use of a drill and screw-
driver. Just make sure your
drawers and/or handles are
compatible with the products
you are buying as they come
outfitted for different sizes.
Remember, eventually your
baby will be able to reach
drawers, so you may want to
buy a couple of locks for
when the time comes.
It won't be long before your
baby is a toddler and wants to
help prepare dinner. While he
or she may be a little gourmet
in the making, it's best to pro-
tect little hands from burns. A
stove guard will prevent chil-
dren from reaching up onto
the burners and/or pulling
pots off. If the stove's knobs
are within arms length, plastic
covers are available for those,
too. And finally, consider
investing in a lock to prevent
your child from opening the
oven door itself.
The Living Room
Your baby will probably
spend a lot of time in the liv-
ing room, so make sure none
of the furniture is wobbly or
otherwise showing signs of
instability. Kids frequently use
furniture to pull themselves
up or for support, so a shaky
piece could be an accident in
the making. Reinforce furni-
ture with L brackets before the

baby is crawling, or simply
retire the piece until your
young one is steady on his or
her feet. Many professional
baby-proofers say that your
coffee table is the most dan-
gerous piece of furniture in
your house. The sharp corners
are deadly for wobbly toddlers
and many infant head injuries
have been caused by coffee
tables. Consider purchasing a
protective cushion to wrap
around your table or tem-
porarily replace it with an
upholstered ottoman.
Bigger furniture (such as
bookcases or entertainment
centers) should be strapped to
the wall with a latch. Simply
screw the latch onto the wall's
stud and attach it to the furni-
ture. If you live in an area
prone to earthquakes, you
may want to make them a
permanent fixture for the
safety of all family members.
Stairwells should be blocked
off with safety gates at the top
and bottom.
Sharp corners on your furni-
ture and fireplace hearth can
present a problem, so take the
edge off with corner covers or
padding. These are incredibly
cheap and come in all differ-
ent sizes and colors. Another
plus is that they require
almost no work. Simply
remove the backing and stick
it on the surface.
Cords from shades and
blinds should be kept well out
of reach from kids to prevent
strangulation. You can either
wrap them up or let a gizmo
do it for you. This simple
piece of plastic houses the
cords without creating a tan-

There's nothing petite about petite sirah

f ever there is a name for .
wine that is misleading, it's
petite sirah. An immense
wine that can make your hair
stand up as well as stain your
teeth, there is nothing petite
about this wine. Brawny and
tannic, it is as masculine as a
young barolo a man's wine
to pit alongside a slab of beef
on a cold winter day. While
you're outdoors in freezing
temperatures. Without a shirt.
Oh, yeah, Mabel, tonight's the
We blazed through 19 petite
sirahs.on a recent Saturday
with ouriall-male tasting
group and found several to
recommend. By the end of the
tasting, every one of us had
red-gray teeth that took a
good brushing to restore to
their natural color. Petite sirah
has the effect on you.
Known as durif when it was
first grown in the Rhone
region in the late 19th centu-
ry, petite sirah is gaining pop-
ularity in California thanks
largely to the active promo-
tion of the group "P.S. I Love
Petite sirah berries are small
and thick skinned, which
gives the wine its high,
mouth-coating tannins and
acidity. They are noted gener-
ally by their deep color and
their blackberry and black
pepper flavors. Often high in
alcohol, they are suited to
long-term aging.
In their youth, the wines
may be too tannic for most
palates. But producers like
Bogle and Concannon the

'The Wine Guys'. -
first producer to make petite
sirah have managed to
bring the fruit forward.
Here are several we liktd:
Epiphany Rodney's
Vineyard Petite Sirah 2004
($30). The grapes come from a
Fess Parker Estate and the
winemaker is Fess' son, Eli. It
was one of our favorites of the
tasting good substance but
good blackberry, raspberry
Earthquake Petite Sirah
2004 ($28). Made by Michael-
David Family of Wines, this
full-bodied wine is made from
grapes grown in a Lodi vine-
yard planted around 1906.
Black cherry and blackberry
flavors with hints of leather
and vanilla.
Mettler Family Vineyards
Petite Sirah 2004 ($25). Inky
in color, blueberry and spice
aromas with layered berry fla-
vors and ripe tannins.
Concannon Heritage Petite
Sirah 2004 ($50). This was




one of the best wines of the
tasting and not a surprise.
SConcannon is the granddaddy
of petite sirah. This is the
most expensive of its four
petite sirahs. Extracted dark
berry fruit, serious tannins
and excellent complexity.
Ehrhardt Estates Petite
Sirah 2004 ($15). Full-bodied
blackberry flavors with black
pepper and spice notes.
Pedroncelli Dry Creek
Valley Petite Sirah 2003
($15). Good value from an old
producer, this petite sirah
,offers good extracted blackber-
ry flavors with a hint of blue-'
berries and chocolate.
Bogle Petite Sirah 2005
($11). Generous berry and
currant flavors with a touch of
spice and cedar. Firm tannins
but very approachable now.
Girard Napa Valley Petite
Sirah 2005 ($28). Allspice and
chocolate aromas with for-
ward plum and black cherry
flavors. It's another one of
these wines that can be rea-
sonably enjoyed without any
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Think of this as a doorstop
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Pretty much every house-
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cem is the water in the tree
stand. Cover the tree base tight-
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pet from drinking the water. If
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AROUND THE to r, f fo

Christmas on

the double

it seems ing one box
like the and all the
span of time varying pres-
between cents will be
Thanksgiving inside. This
and-New. ,m means wrap-
Year's short- ping only one
ens. And 4, box instead of
although the 30 or more.
time doesn't Give meaning-
differ, the "fr fully
demands on Sometimes
your time can not buying a
often double gift is the best
depending on gift. A few
the circum- KATHRYN WEBER years ago I tra-
stances of ~OME COLUMNIST started this tra-
your life. edition by buy-
This year, ing my moth-
the demands on my time er-in-law a gift of chickens. I
have gone up exponentially. wrapped up a small ceramic
In addition to all the usual rooster in a box and pur-
work, holiday and family obli- chased a gift of chickens
gations, our family also plans through Heifer International
on taking off a week to vaca- (Heifer.org). The chickens ta,..
tion together because the gift would go to a family in an
we all want most is the gift of impoverished region of the
time. world to raise for food and photo by cl pat com
We decided that instead of profit. Since then, I've pur- Get the kids to join you in selecting gifts online. Ordering gifts online makes better use of your time and energy and with rising gas
celebrating Christmas with chased my iri-laws and myself costs, it makes good financial sense, too. Many online retailers offer free shipping which can turn a buy into a bargain. Find ways
the presents and focus on will continue topurchasegifts
having an experience togeth- of life and service. those with almost nothing for year will be online. requires a minimum of two can so I can put it where I
er. Even so, I'll still follow My mother-in-law was so the person who has every- Easy trees hours to set up. I'm putting a want to spend the time like
through on all the usual holi- moved by the original gift of thing. Resolve that this year you'll stop to my holiday baking sugar cookies with my
day observations. Only this chickens that she and my Order online first end your holiday.time and masochism. Figure out what 8-year-old.
year, I need to schedule my father-in-law now purchase a When you buy online, you energy drain. For me that was your time drain is and get it Kathryn Weber is a horne and
time wisely. This is my plan Heifer gift for their family can often do so with free ship- giving up my gorgeous fixed. decorating columnist who pub-
for the upcoming holiday sea- every year. Last year, I pur- ping. Make your first shop- Christmas tree. Yep, it's going Make a change lishes the Real Home E-Zine. For
son and how I expect to get chased them the gift of sight ping trip to the computer and in the garage sale for a lucky See if you can't make some more information, go to
through it more efficiently through Seva Foundation order as much as possible person with more time on holiday changes. Someyears www.kathryn-weber.com or
and still make it enjoyable, (http://snipurl.com/ltvhq). online. You can do it in your their hands than I have. I pur- you have the time and energy e-mail questions to
meaningful, delicious and For a mere $50, you can pajamas with a up of coffee chased an equally-gorgeous and some years you don't. Kathryn@kathryn-weber.com or
beautiful. restore someone s sight! You so crowds aren't a problem. three-part, pre-lit artificial And that's OK. I'm going to write to her at P.O. Box 531,
Wrap fast can purchase farm animals, You can also save time by not Christmas tree this year and have a wonderful holiday, but Cuero, Texas 77954. For a per-
Each year, I devote a whole clean drinking water, help running around and sitting in am giving up my beautiful, I'm resolved that it's going to. sonal reply, please include your
day to wrapping gorgeous save a native language. traffic or waiting in long lines. but time-sucking tree that take less out of me this year. e-mail address or a SASE.
presents. This year, every- Consider one of these gifts for Much of my shopping this scratches me to no end and I'm going to save time where I'.

The Creative Cook

When Napoleon's chef
ihliiipd tip a scrumptious
chicken, mushroom and toma-
to dish to celebrate a French
military victory, it. was a his-
toric moment for food lovers.
The dish was Chicken a la
Marengo, which went on to
gain celebrity status in.
America during the early 1960s
when Julia Child began to
wield her whisk on public tele-
vision. Now the famous dish is
back, ready to win a new gen-
eration of fans in a lighter,
streamlined version that calls
for sauteing chicken breasts
and white mushrooms, then
braising them briefly with
tomatoes, white wine and tar-
You can obtain more infor-
mation on the history and
health benefits of fresh mush-
rooms, plus a collection of
easy, nutritious mushroom
recipes at www.mushroomin-
4 boneless, skinless chicken
breast halves (6 to 7
ounces each)
1 teaspoon salt, divided
1/2 teaspoon ground

black pepper, divided
1/3 cup olive oil
1 pound fresh white, --.-.
mushrooms, sliced (about
6 cups)
1 cup frozen pearl onions,
thawed (about 5 ounces)


1 teaspoon minced garlic
1 (14-ounce) can
diced tomatoes
1/2 cup dry white wine
3/4 teaspoon dried
tarragon (crushed)

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Contact Tracey McCue for
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Neptune: 1 1/2 blocks to ocean, 50x110ft,
$419,900. S. Jax Bch: 1/2 block to ocean,
40x65ft, $375,000. Call 716-8455.

*1 ., I,

707 Osborne Street

3,676 Sq. Ft.
Great Investment Opportunity
In Downtown St. Marys, Ga.
This property was recently
rezoned from C-2 to C-1.
Please call 912-882-4927 for more
information or to view the building.



ATLANTIC BEACH Open House Sunday
11am-2pm, 1861 Beachside Court,
651-9081 or 249-2268.
AT MAYO, 3/2/2, 1600sf, $249,000. Bring
all offers. Independent Brokers & Associ-'
ates Inc. 247-4333 or 710-3111.
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.
$50,000 remodel. New roof, kitchen cabi-
nets, carpet, Travertine floors, crown
molding granite countertops. $249,900.

JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, pool, fireplace,
2car garage, new appliances, $300,000.
No realtors please. (904)249-1890.
LONELY BEACH house looking for long-
term relationship. Must be willing to relo-
cate. All new 4BR/3BA. 404 Davis Street.
Sweeping, panoramic views, 3700sf, lap
pool, cul-de-sac. Modern designers home,
400sf. in-law suite, 4000sf decks & cov-
ered patios. First $875,000. MLS#393428.


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In Cooperation with Wasden Land Brokers, LLC,
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ATlANTIC BEACH 3/2 Seminole Rd area. Fireplace, double garage, fenced back yard on quiet cul-
de-sac. Great location. Priced to sell. Call Joe Floyd to view. Photos on web. $299,000
PONTE VEDRA BEACH 2/2 Seahawk Condo. Pool, tennis courts. Great location. $202,500
MAVPORT IANDING 2/2 townhome, 980sq', new carpet. Nr Mayport Naval Station. $114,900
MAYPORT LANDING 3/2 TH, 1240sq'. Renovated, FIRST MO RENT FREE $899 mth
2/2 townhome, 980sq', upgrades, new carpet. Near Mayport Naval Station. $750 mth
OAK HARBOR 3/2, new carpet, refrigerator & dishwasher. Near Mayport Naval Station. $1,150 mth
SUMMER SANDS 3/2.5 TH. Many upgrades. Fully equipped kitchen. Hot tub, screened porch.
enced backyard. Community pool. $1,300 mth
ATlANTIC BEACH 3/2 Seminole Rd area. Fireplace, double garage, fenced back yard on quiet
cul-de-sac. Great location. Call Joe Floyd to view. Photos on web. $1,500 mth
3/2 1542 sq' home. Near Mayport Naval Station. Small pets Ok $1,175 mth


4BR/3BA builders custom home. 2985sf,
formal office, dining room & master suite,
beautiful landscaping & pool, Ig scr. lanai.
2.5 car gar. Listen to the ocean and walk
to the beach from this quiet cul-de-sac
home in newer neighborhood. Will consid-
er lease purchase. $699,000. 4% co-op.

rage. 1 block to beach. Large fenced yard.
(WOW) Only $284,000. (904)228-7630.
8am to 7pm.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3000sqft., 4/2.5, for-
mal living & dining, open floor plan,
screened pool, family neighborhood,
$525,000, 422-0771.

.*4 *
MUST SELL Oceanfront- Newer custom
built 5/4.5 on ocean, 4725sf, office, tild,
: 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.
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. $31 OK..
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 acrel
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.
Phyllis Staines, Realtor
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate

HO UMM-,O W1-2

Large family? This house is ideal for you.
Priced under market. Call now for more in-'
formation. 803-9270.

2BR/1.5BA. Walk to.the beach. $239,000.

FSBO, NB, 3BR/2BA +office. Lovely
beach home, all white brick. Many up-
dates and amenities, 2254sf.
MLS#376506. $414,900, 1106 Hagler Dr.
West. 241-6514, 655-7831. Make Offerl

appointment only. Fenced yard, hot tub,
storage bUIldlrig All for "$3601,000:
ATLANTIC BEACH, 281 Pine St., 1500
sqft., 3/2, car garage, fenced yard, stone
fireplace, 2 decks, new roof, new siding,
screened porch, new plumbing. 5 blocks
to ocean. $359,900. (904)759-8860.

4/2, one owner, home lovingly maintained
in great location. Great in-ground pool w/
screened cover. Tons of upgrades.
Immaculate 3/2, 2 car gar. Hardly lived in.
No-pet/ non-smoker home for those with
allergies. Huge fenced backyard, irrig.
system w/ separate meter, and all neutral
colors. $212,000.
Brand new- kitchen, flooring, paint, too
much to list. 3/2, 2 car gar. on huge lot.
Parking avail. for boat/ RV. $214,900.
2/2, w/ loft & private courtyard for enter-
taining. Close to base. Great deal at only
Almost 2000sf, 3/2, w/ formal living, din-
ing, den & lanai. Fenced yard w/ view of
lake. All tile throughout. $239,900.
3/2 lovely manufactured home on nice lot.
A steal for the price, won't last at $89,900.
3/2, approx. 1350sf, all remodeled, like
new inside. Must seel Only 175,000.
221-1711 OR 241-5501

1906 Eastern Drive
Jacksonville Beach
/ Perfect location for families.
/ Walk to Fletcher & San Pablo schools.
/ Bike to beach.
/ 3BR, 2.5 bath.
/ Large (125 x 50) fenced yard.
/ New roof 2006.
- Needs cosmetic updating in kitchen,
baths, & exterior.
- Selling as is.
Call (904) 249-8530, after 5:00 p.m.

* 3916 Grande Blvd appraised at $632,000 Save $82,000 when you
buy this month-for $550,000 that's 3094 sq ft for only $178 per sq ft.
* 1300 Jacksonville Drive appraised at $630,000 Save $80,000
when you buy this month for $550,000 that's 3094 sq ft for only
$178 per sq ft.
* 3831 & 3839 Tropical Terrace MLS listed at $589,000 each -
Save $50,000 when you buy this month for $539,000 each.
All four homes are brand new construction, and are being sold as is.
They have never been owned or occupied. These prices are
bottom line, no real estate commissions or closing costs
will be paid by seller. 'a
SInquire About Leasing Possibilities! a n ea
Call Linda Pomerantz at 923-8030 iP R O" "ai Es

SOUTHSIDE. AREA, 3/1 C:B. home,
AUCTION NEPTUNE Beach executive 10,000sf lot, new everything! Windows to
home, 3000sf, pool, 4/3.5 +study; 1414 Travertine. Call Elizabeth 415-5454. Real-
Forest Marsh Dr. Preview 12/8 & 12/9, ty Executives of Ponte Vedra, Inc.
11am-2pm. Auction closes 12/9 at 3pm.
No buyers premium. Call for terms, AFFORDABLE
(904)307-9107: www.neptunebeachexe-
cutivehomeauction.com. ATLANTIC BEACH
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Nice 3.'2. garage lenced yard, screened
porch, new rool, hardwood Iloors Only
$199,900. You'll De moving soon. It you
just call June @ 994-3608 Remax Ad.

D3BR/2BAD townhouse, 1400stUU, IIIIIInt condi-
tion; financing available regardless of
credit. Zero money down. Zero points/
closing. Payments, $920/mo. includes
mortgage, taxes, & insurance. $159,900.
Will co-op. Call 333-4641.

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NEPTUNE BEACH, 4/2, 1500sf, within 4
blocks to beach, corner lot, 70x118,
$40,000 under appraised value. 454
Lora St. Asking $349,900. 662-6522.

JAX BEACH. 5BR/2BA, 2300sf On 2 lots.
New roof, heat pump, plumbing & siding.
$360,000 OBO. 249-8637.

Wonderful Odoms Mill Home
Hardwood Firs/High Ceilings
2FP Private Lot 4BR/3BA

ATLANTIC BEACH, CUTE 3/2 w/pool, pri-
vacy fence. $400,000, 376 Seminole Rd.,

42 SAILFISH Dr, PVB. 1700sf. home,
with 3BR/2BA. New air/ New carpet. Large
remodeled Florida room. $279,900. Call

Fiddlers Marsh Lakefront
Shows Like A Model!
East ofAlA 3BR/2BA

Marsh Landing CC Oceanfront Home on PV Blvd
Pool Home on Lagoon Gated/Pool/Lush Gardens
Granite/SS Appl 5BR/4.5BA Guest Apt 4BR/4BA + Office
$1,199,000 $3,995,000

Sawgrass CC Condo Atlantic Beach Home
Golf Course & Water Views Key West Style/l Year New
Hrdwd/Granite 3BR/2.5BA Kit w/Corian FP 3BR/3BA
$459,900 $300,000

Sawgrass Players Club Sawgrass Players Club
Kitchen w/Granite & SS Appl Fabulous Buy in Cypress Creek
Satunia/Wood Firs 4BR/3BA Freshly Painted 3BR/2BA
$599,000 $399,000

Sawgrass Players Club Jax Beach Townhome
Superb Lagoon Front Home Just Steps to Surf and. Sand!
New Kit FP 3BR/2.5BA Guest Suite FP 3BR/3.5BA
$339,000 $450,000

St. Augustine Lakefront Sawgrass CC Lakefront
Loaded With Extras! Every Room has Lake View!
Never Lived In 4BR/3BA Lrg kit w/maple cab* 3BR/3BA
$399,900 $680,000


MLS#399693Greatbeachcondowith MLS# 403415 Expansive golf views &
2BR/2BA, 1168 SF, &LR/DRcombo. private screenedpool, spa& summerkitchen.
$199,000241-2417 Over4,300SF,4BR/5BA, 2HB, study, bonus
OCE4NFOW CODO I room, two car garage. $1,695,000 285-1800
MLS# 401859 Totally renovated ING & BEAR
4BR/2.5BA, 1754SF, generous flrpln, MLS# 403598 4BR/2BA, landscaped
stone firs, granite, S/S.appls, 2AC units, comerlot,FR/kitchencombo,MBRincludes
hurricane shutters, 2 balconies & a sun jacuzzi bath, screened lanai overlooks lake,
deck. $925,000 241-2417 numerous upgrades. $429,500 285-1800
MLSW360528 4BR/4BA custom fuThf lLS# 386355 This-3BR/BA-hIelt
or upgrades & fleuble itng space iruated on 3 double lot on the most pn\ae
Concrete block constr, 2-story liv rm, sneet m Seawalk Park within easy walking
screened patio w/summer kitchen, loft distance of the beach! It features a pool & a
area, bonus room & more! $929,900 es yd. $599000 285-1800
241-2417 W i
REAT LOCAON SL 1/N1223 CoaciDm Lks
andrWPRFEDTO SEL MLS# 374983 4BR/2BA, 1,798 SF iewly tiled
MLS# 99617 R2A 0 SF kitchen & master bath, enclosed Florida room/
ML.S# 399617 3BR/2BA, 1930 SF, lake & preserve views. $229,900 285-i800
spacious floor plan, 2 car gar, nice yard
backs to preserve. $269,900 241-2417 WADEN CHASEIN PONIE VEDR
MIS# 376788 Preserve views from this
MLS# 397752 End unit, n r 4BR2 ,openfloorplanw/volumeceilings,
MS# 397752 End unit, new roof, neutral interior and ready for you. Within
plumbing, siding, slatetile,bamboofrs, walking distance to Nease High School, best
wood deck, FP, 2 car garage. $255,000 SF value in the neighborhood. $275,000
241-2417 285-1800
MLS# 376899 2nd floor unit features MIS# 395507 Brick 4BR/4BA, 3,574 SF,
1BR/1BA, 943 SF, fireplace, lanai, lots of windows, huge FR w/FP & built-ins,
garage/storage. Close to the beach. open floor plan, preserve lot. $795,000
$169,500 241-2417 285-1800
MLS# 395743 3BR/2.5BA, 2296 SF, MIS# 378611 One-owner 2nd flr fully
great rm w/FP, huge 1st fl mstr & ba, fumished3BR/2BA, 1700+SF,garage, large
2 BRs up, back patio great for BBQ's. oceanfrontdeck&inunique&desirablegated
$228,890241-2417 community w/oceanfront pool, dune
OCE4IwRONT ri a TEIn7 walkovertounspoiled,quietbeach.Packyour
MLS# 382527 Upgrades galore! New suitcase&comeonin! $1,025,000285-1800
air handler, ceramic & wood firs, SANDPIPER- OCEANFRONT
updated lighting & baths. Views from MIS#'398434 Unbelievable views from
kitchen, master & living rooms. comerunit,2BR/1BAcondo,fully famished,
$599,000 241-2417 storage unit, all appliances stay. Short temn
E CAWRLEVPOIE VEW J rentals allowed. $429,000 285-1800
MLS# 3741012/2 condo next door to GREAT HOME IN SAW IL lAKES
TheLodge. Coveredparking, doorman MLS# 403867 3BR/3.5BA, bonus room,
& gated. $549,000 241-2417 library and screened pool with hot tub, backs
REDUCED to nature preserve away from.bridge.
MLS# 377919 3BR/2BA, well $579,900285-1800
maintained home with warranty & JUIUNGI ON FORES.
bond. $199,999241-2417 MIS#390957Quiet, tree-linedstreet&well
S.WW P4An SH maintained 2BR/2.5BA home w/new 500 SF
AR ICMU of deck & hot tub overlooking a forest
MLS# 402233 3BR/2.5BA unique preserve. $257,90 285-1800
home w/sweeping staircase, unusual AWARD "M ING S/J JOHNS FORESi
Mediterranean interior, new kit MLS# 392575 5BR/4BA, distressed wood
appliances, veranda & elegant pool. floors, tongue & groove throughout the first
Walktobeach&countryclub.$759,000 floor, separate study, bonus room, newly
241-2417 completed theatre room, brick paver lanai.
SEASIME COMMUI VOF $779,999 285-1800
MIS#4036163BR/2.5BAtownhome MIS#379021Pricedto sell!2BR/2BAunit
features tile floors, living/dining room on lake w/fountain, fully remodeled never
combination, one-cargarage, &located occupied, 1-story end unit in resort-style
on brick paved cul-de-sac. Steps away community near beach, vaulted ceilings, FP,
fromfinedining,shoppingandbeaches. secluded & gated courtyard entry, scrmd lanai,
in$329,900 241-2417 storage & amenities. $279,900 285-1800


I .. 5* IRS

Cara Ameer, Broker Associate
(904) 635-7058
cara.ameer@ lifestylesrealtors.com

Multimillion Dollar Producer
"Designated a Five Star Agent For Best in Client
Satisfaction by Jacksonville Homebuyer Magazine"

PLAYERS CLUB! Motivated Buyers wanted! 3/
2+Bonus room w/French Drs! Extensive upgrades,
gran. Counters, wood decks, paint, carpet, light fixtures
& more...Incredible treed lot w/numerous
possibilities.... $419,000
ST. JOHNS COUNTY GEM Move in ready 4/2 home.
Loads of upgrades: tile, wood floors, maple cab's and
25 x 13 extended scrned-in lanai overlooking preserve
lot! Huge master ste., tons of storage & more! Reduced
over $30K to $315,000
Warm & inviting 3/2 end unit w/no one above. Vaulted
ceilings, open kitchen, spacious din. area, laminate firs
& scrned-in porch. Prime beaches location! Move in
Ready! Incredible reduction to $204,000
CENTRAL LOCATION! 2/2, 2 yr. new condo. Bright
& open w/high ceilings, maple cab's, blk appl's and
bale. Gated comm.., pool and playground. Central
location convenient to all of Jacksonville. $143,000

9 0 -67 (9 -4


Over 1 acre located in the Incredible oceanfront town-
exclusive estate section of home awaits you. Lovely
beautiful Palencia. Ex- 4BR/3BA, 3,300sf, com-
perience dramatic marsh pletely remodeled with
vistas offered from this quality features. Private
amazing home site. 2CG. Gated community.
$879,000 Michelle Floyd $2,500,000 Susan Fort

Meticulously maintained 2-
story brick colonial in great
neighborhood 2MBs, 3
FPs, perfectly set on over-
sized lot. Lovely rear yard
$599,000. Michelle Floyd
- Jayne Hoffman
Exquisite setting on
1.75ac. Beautiful oak
canopy along private drive
to 5BR/4BA home
Brazilian cherry wood firs &
granite topsl $1,415,000.
Michelle Floyd

Great opportunity for you to
establish a business in
Palm Valley, Ponte Vedra.
Water and sewer available
with existing structure to'be
demolished. Only
$649,000. Chris Belad
Hallmark Condo built in
1996. 4BR/4BA end unit.
Electronic hurricane shut-
ters, pool & luscious
manicured grounds. Gated
community. $1,750,000.
Donla Tyner

Closest to beach & golf Gorgeous 3BR/2BA condo
club. 4BR/2.6BA home w/ converted to 2BR/2BA. 5h
long' lake views, MB on floor unit, 60' balcony.
main floor, two patios & Oceanviews In every room.
lighted dock. Immaculate Totally renovated 3 pools,
home and just reduced elevator and fitness center.
$688,000. Joan Swanson $695,000. Olivia Seaman
4BR/2BA with new kitchen, Charming 3BR/2BA with
family room, fireplace, SS kit & granite in master
playroom & wood floors, bath & designer tub. Open
Open floor plan, large pool, floor plan with screened
fenced comer lot. New lanai. Entertainer's.dream.
roo-&--new windows. -:Move in, ready .$445,000.
'$"I '9e00. Olic/i '5'Sama-'- Olivia Sealan

Excellent opportunity to
build across the street from
the ocean. Possibility of
ocean views with the right
floor plan. Lot is
approximately 90'x120'.
$389,000. David Darch
198sf Florida Room added
on to the home with a
window a/c unit. New a/c
unit; full termite repair
bond, alarm system,
sprinkler system on well.
$359,000. David Darch
You'll love this home!
Light-filled with wood firs,
lovely molding & much
morel Shows like new.
4BR/3BA. Many extras
offered $678,000. Judy
Smith Gypsy Alexander

2,876sf of elegant living
space Formal & informal
LR & DR, 4BR/3BA, 2HB &
3CG. Finer finishes of cus-
tom home & premium lake-
front lotI $795.000. Judy
Smith Gypsy Alexander
No better location than this
spectacular Marsh Landing
homel Set adjacent to the
beautiful Par 3 17"h with
approx 250' of scenic
waterfront views
$1,160,000 Michelle Floyd
in Sun Valley subdivision
(1.5 lots) across from
Ponte Vedra East. Bring
your builders Walk or bike
to ocean, Ponte Vedra
Schools. $329,000.
Dennis DeSimone

PVB- OCEAN Grove, 2BR/2BA, garage,
beach access, lake view, 1070sf. FSBO
$199,5Q0. 904-221-8458.
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.

OCEAN FRONT 1BR/1BA, fully furnished,
weekly rentals permitted, beautiful view,
ocean front pool, $245,000, great rental
history, 241-0267.

DIRECT OCEAN Front, 2/2, wonderful
deck, garage parking, fully furnished,
ocean front pool and elevator, monthly
rentals allowed, excellent rental history,
beautiful condo, $395,000, 601 S. 1st St.
Las Brisas.. Thousands below market.

Spectacular home site
available directly on the
acclaimed Yacht Basinl
Private stairway to
promenade & 50' floating
boat slip directly behind.
$1,525,000. MIchelle Floyd
Oceanfront condo priced
under appraisal Large
3BR/3BA unit, 2,400 sf.
Many upgrades Gated
community with club pool,
tennis & lovely club-house.
$1,700,000. Susan Fort-
200 feet ocean frontage.
Approx 7,150sf home with'
5BR/5BA's plus lovely
poolside cabana. Gated
with elevations for views
for miles. $5,375.000. Kim
Recently completed
4BR/4BA. Loads of up-
grades, gourmet kitchen
w/granite tops, neutral
decor plus a fantastic back
yard. $1,060,000 Michelle
Floyd Jayne Hoffman
A great find in PVB.
2BR/2BA condo, tile floors
and screened patio Close
to pool and within walking
distance to local shops-and_
restaurahtsl' $203.0900'
Michelle Floyd ,
3BR/3BA, 2,200sf, end unit
with' upgrades galore
Superior location and vista
views in The Watermark. 1-
car garage. Furniture
negotiable. $1,275,000.
Kim Mart(n-Flsher
Enjoy the amenities of this
Southslde condo Spacious
2BR/2.5BA hardwood firs,
open kitchen to dining and
living, upstairs loft, patio &
,garage. Only $195.000.
Mandy Seckinger
2BR/2BA In Sawgrass CC.
End unit townhouse style
featuring one upper and
one lower master suite.
Excellent layout & priced to
sell. $309,000. Dennis

OCEAN FRONT 2BR/1BA, fully furnished,
weekly rentals permitted, ocean front pool
and elevator, $295,000 firm, $40,000 be-
low other Sand Piper units for sale. 731
S. 1st St. Jax Beach, 241-0267.

AWESOME, 2BR/2BA, end unit condo
with no neighbors above or behind. Full
eat-in kitchen, cozy fireplace and
screened balcony overlooking marsh. Unit
also has. private staircase leading to front
door. Resort amenities. $178,000. Watson
Realty, 731-5800.

PVB, OCEAN Grove, 1BR/1BA, full amen-
ities, beach access. Financing available.
$129,900. 226-3968.

beach, Rent to own, $175,000.

50K Below all others in


3/2 in spectacular Summer House! East of
A1A! $309,000. If you are waiting for an
opportunity of a lifetime...
this is it! Sellers loss is
your gain!

Call Kelly Hobbs @ 993-3803

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Walk just one block to the beach, feel Awesome view from 2nd floor south
your toes in the sand...3BDR, 2BA, end unit! Bright sunny 2/2, vaulted
spacious great room, 2 car garage, 'ceilings, split bdrms, fireplace,
built in 1950, totally updated screened lanai $197,000
$519,000 Cozy 2bd, 2ba, open floor plan, park
ATLANTIC BEACH like backyard. Pride of ownership
OCEANWALK!!! Desirable family shows throughout $299,000
friendly neighborhood, 4bdrms Ponte Vedra "Fixer Upper" East of
screened pool, private beach access A1A 1 story 3 br, 2 ba house with
$697,000 large fenced yard $275,000
Gated community 4 BR, 3.5 BA, Beautifully maintained, 5bd, 3ba,
study, bonus room, hardwood floors, formal rms, family rm w/fireplace,
stainless appliances and surround upstairs bonus rm. Screened porch
sound $483,000 overlooks preserve. Pre-inspected.
Hold your breath for this price!!!

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
6 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, 3.5 lots West side
ofA1A. $640,000
2439 S. Ponte Vedra Blvd.
OCEANFRONT lot located among
some of the most beautiful new S.
Ponte Vedra Luxury homes
Dir: 904-280-2820 Eve: 904-241-2160
E-Mail: judybythebeach@aol.com

Watson Realty Corp., Reallors

2BR/1.5BA, golf course view. $184,900.
Beashside flat, 2BR/2BA, fireplace, vault-
ed ceilings, screened lanai, lake view. Al-
bolute sale. Best offer by 11/30/07. Kirk
Killebrew (904)463-1131. www.killebre-
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.

newly renovated, new appliances, W/D,
fireplace, golf course view, Beach access.
$220,000, 343-8172.

the answer to your home financing needs.
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we give you access to premier national
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422 9TH Ave. No. Alsolute sale, best offer NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/1BA, water in-
by 11/30. Kirk Killebrew (904)463-1131. eluded, CH&A, laundry, $985/mo. Con-
,Anv- -r =, q I 'i inn (,,, 'over- venient to Navy Base. 247-7641.
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4uA7o )Io1LL tUIIUgY, \CIflz-l v-
head doors, (4) 4' walk-in doors, fully insu-
lated, 16' side walls, lyr old, $650,000
OBO. 728-0330 or 699-3320.

2BR/2BA, FRESH paint and tile, W/D in-
cluded. $800/mo. 343-1782.
851 Main Street, 2BR/1.5BA TH, fenced,
fireplace, $775/mo.
1BR/1BA, 211 North 8th St., upper apart-
ment, no dogs. $650/mo. Security deposit
equals 1/2 rent. Lawn service included.
Broker/ Owner, 249-8766.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
2BR/1BA. $725/mo., 1BR/1BA $600,
(Oan91-0l .nRn

JAX BCH, 2/1 apt., quiet area, $700/mo
plus deposit. No pets. 201 N. 9th St
BEACH ACROSS street, incl. private bath.
$599/mo. (904)249-9981.
NEPTUNE BCH. 2148 Florida Blvd.
2BR/1.5BA, renovated 2005, WDHU,
fenced back yard, credit check, No Cats/
Non-smoking. $895/mo. (904)221-5833.
OCEAN VIEW, Neptune,, 2BR/1BA, hard-
wood floors, laundry room, deck.
$1350/mo. 703-5172.
2). 1BR Apartment, 2 blocks from beach
4625/mo. 249-6748.
BEACH HAVEN, 3501 Claridge Rd.
?BR/1BA, new carpet, WDHU, large back
yard, $800/mo. 223-5149.

w I"..._______ NEPTUNE BEACH 2BR/1BA, 1 year
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2BR, walk to ocean, lease, No pets, W/D, $1000/mo, $1000
lower duplex. $950/mo. No pets or smok- deposit. 918A 1st Street (between Bay &
ers. 307-2841. Pine). Call 591-1218 or 246-8970.

FURNISHED 2/1, newly remodeled, wash-
er/ dryer incl., $800/mo. plus dep. 201 N.
9th St. 993-2661.
SOUTH VILANO Beach, 2BR/2BA town-
house, private beach access, $950/mo.
Call Elizabeth, 415-5454. Realty Execu-
tives of Ponte Vedra, Inc.
4 BLOCKS to ocean, 220 4th St. S.
$500/mo. 904-891-0606.
JAX BEACH, 2/1 upper, 2 decks, very pri-
vate, 4 blocks to beach, 422 8th Ave. N.,
$1000/mo. 249-2789.
NEPTUNE, 2/1, upper,. 1000sf, 2 blocks
ocean near Town Center, CH&A, WDHU,
small pets ok, $995/mo +$500 dep, milita-
ry/ senior discount 214 Cherry St.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, 4 blocks to ocean,
end unit, no pets. $825/mo +first & securi-
ty. 1302 4th St. So., 993-8883.
ATLANTIC BCH, 2BR 2BA, wood floors,
just remodeled. Pool, block to ocean. No
pets or smokers. $1100/mo. 505-1071.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1332 Main St.,
2BR/1.5BA duplex, $800/mo., 891-0606.

NEPTUNE BEACH, 1BR apartment,
CH&A, tile floors, WDHU, carport, 1.5
blocks to ocean, $825/mo., 246-3739.
2BR/2BA, MAYPORT Landing Town-
home, end unit. $750/mo. +$700/dep.
280-2728 Iv. msg.
NEAR PONTE Vedra, 1 block beach,
quiet safe area, upper 2/1, office, CH&A,
hardwood floors, deck, ocean view, wash-
er & dryer included, $1195/mo. Lower 2/1
$950/mo, lease deposit, 993-1118.
1511 4TH St. N.- 2BR/1BA apartment In-
cludes washer/ dryer $800/mo. +sec.de-
posit. No Pets. 742-6940.
NORTH JAX Beach, 2BR/1BA upstairs, 1
year lease, no pets. No W/D hookup,
$800/mo., $800/dep. 329-3 North 14th
Ave. Call 591-1218 or 246-8970.
2BR/2.5BA Townhome W/D, dishwasher,
fireplace, berber carpet, 18" ceramic tile,
private balcony, private patio, $1300/mo.
- Available Nov. 1st. 333-8462, Harrigan
Properties Realtor.
JARDIN DE MER- 3BR/2BA condo in Jax
BchI Garage, washer/ dryer included!
$1100/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.

ATLANTIC BEACH small ocean front 1BR NEPTUNE BEACH, TH, 2BR/1.5BA,
garage apartment, Available 12/1. fenced yard, $1000/mo., $500 deposit,
354-4491. 223-0257, 307-3716.
3BR/ 2.5BA townhouse, 1/2 block from SOUTHSIDE, NEAR Hart Bridge, large
ocean. Atl Bch. Gar., $15l75io Call Rich 2BR, WDHU, island kitchen, $700/mo/ in-
476-8521* cludes water. No pets or smokers.

bnvvAWUH b fuu, Nuorinygat, ZbHAMAn ,
2100sf, 2 car garage. Fireplace. Water to
golf view. $1800/mo. Call .Susan
1BR/1BA condo at The Palms at Marsh
Landing. Country Club amenities.
$850/mo. 616-6617.
1BR APT, 1 block from beach, $750/mo.
water incl. No pets. 607-7425.
pool side on scenic canal. $225 per week
includes cable TV, utilities, W/D. Availa-
ble now, 349-3434.
1 BR, balcony, good ocean view, ceramic
tile floors, walk-in closet, WDHU, assigned
parking. $900/mo. Ocean View,
160 7th Ave. N. 993-2555.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
2BR, $700/mo laundry room in building.
Credit check. No pets. 514-8530.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2nd floor, beautiful
2BR, newly'decorated, off street parking,
$1350/mo. (904)612-8868.
NEPTUNE BCH, 1.5 block ocean, small
1BR/1BA, $600/mo +dep. 214 North
Street. Some utilities included. Pets limit-
ed.Broker/ Owner, 514-4229.

JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA apartment, in-
Sctgftls all utilities and cable $950/mo: "
18I8;6tf. Ave. No., 891-827,7.:; .'.
JABEACHFRONT 2BR oriddo, hb lease,
pet negotiable, $1350/mo. avail immed.
Amazing view. Huge 2/2 condo tile.
$1500/mo. Move-in now. (904)536-8333.
FANTASTIC views, tile floors; laundry
room, assigned parking., 2BR/1.5BA,
$1050mo. 2BR/3BA +den $1250/mo.
Ocean Front, 801 1st St. South. 993-2555

JAX BEACH- half block to ocean,
2BR/1BA, upstairs unit with landscape,
courtyard and in-ground pool, remodeled
in "04", $1300/mo, $1500 dep. Call Eliza-
beth 415-5454. Realty Executives of
Ponte Vedra, Inc.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2BA condo, E of
A1AI $895/mo. All South Realty, 241-

2BR/1 5BA. Freshly painted, ceramic tile
downstairs, WDHU, CH&A. $785/mo+
$650/dep. 7752 Cavalla Rd. Call 655-
JAX BEACH, 1 ,block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhome, CH&A, patio &
Sdeck, $1350/mo. +$1000/deposit. 520.So.
2nd St., 280-2728 leave message.
NEP BCH, EAST OF 3RDI Huge 2/1 du-
plex, top floor, 1200sf, all professional
hardwood flooring, diningroom, livingroom,
WDHU, CH/A, huge fenced yard, parking
for 2-3 cars. Home warranty. Lowest rent
since 1989, $1030/mo.+ 631-2316.
ATLANTIC BCH 3BR/2BA home, next to
Russell Park, 5-1/2 blocks to beach, steps
to tennis courts & skate park, double ga-
rage, security system, large front & back
yard, all tile. 562 Vikings Lane. $1395/mo.
GREAT 1BR/ 1BA across from beach.
Doesn't get any better Call Margo
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, clean
and move in ready, balcony, 2BR, WDHU,
great parking. Short term/ pets OK.
$985/mo. 280-2805.

CH/A, .-WDHIU. East of 1st St. $795-'
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
2BR/2BA CONDO w/laundry room, fire-
place, garage, new tile thru-out. Small pet
OK, $975/mo. 887-6033, 249-9399.
JAX BEACH 2BR/1.5BA, 900sf., W/D,
CH&A. $900/mo + $900' deposit, 1 yr.
lease, no pets. 220 17th Ave. N. Call
quiet street, 4 blocks from beach.
2BR/1.5BA; fireplace, balconies, tile
downstairs, new appliances, and back
deck. $1095/mo. 614-4275 or 610-0139.

JAX BEACH, 2/1, downstairs, one block
ocean, WDHU, new carpet. Military/ se-
nior discount. $895/mo +$500 deposit.
1724 N. 1st St. #1, 708-0731.

BEACHES Cattar Realty, Inc.
1:5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts. H IW
Pool & laundry room, $590/mo. & up. A M Home Is Where
241-2781 or 237-0552. :The Heart Is
JAX BEACH, 4 blocks to ocean, clean,

2BR/1BA, CH&A, ceiling fans, dishwash-
er, NO PETS. $760/mo. t$650/sec. dep.
Immediate occupancy. Ref's and credit
check required w/$25 application fee.
614 4th St. N. 254-7644.
vaulted ceilings, large fenced yard and ga-
rage. Small pets considered. $1050/rio.
ATLANTIC BEACH cottage, 1 block to
ocean, 1BR/2BA, all appliances included,
A/C. No pets. $1200/mo. with utility allow-
ance +$600/dep. Avail. 1/1/08. 241-5002
or 241-8228 after 6pm.


BEACH HOUSE, 2BR, clean, bright, hard-
wood floors, sun room, central heat & air,
washer/ dryer, storage. $950/mo. No pets.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2.5BA, garage,
WDHU, five blocks to Town Center &
beach, $1250/mo., (904)742-6423.
JAX BEACH, 2.5 blocks to ocean, large
2BR/1BA, CH&A, W/D, deck. $1220/mo.,
655-5367, 803-3099.
2BR/2BA condo w/club pool, just steps to
beach $1100/mo. All South Realty,
SIMPLE LIFESTYLE, convenient to every-
thing, three blocks from the beach, 1BR,
$600/mo. All utilities included. 803-9270.
NEPTUNE BCH, 2BR/1.5BA, fenced in
back yard, CH&A, utility room, dishwash-
er, 1-888-259-0783.
ATLANTIC BCH TH, 2BR/1.5BA. kitchen
equip., W/D, CH&A, frpl, ceiling fans, new
tile & carpet, fenced, 2-tier deck w/screen
porch & balcony, storage shed. Pet friend-
y. Avail 12/1. 241-4543.
JAX BCH near ocean 2BR apt., lease,
references, $795/mo, 222 4th Ave. So.,
221-4134, 703-5518.
JAX BEACH, 4 blocks to water, 416 3rd
Ave. So., 3BR/2.5BA, CH&A, WDHU,
$1250/mo., 891-0606.
1st months free with average credit. Cozy
1BR, CH/A, oceanview. 130 10th Ave. N.
Credit check. Small pets ok. $700/mo.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 2
blocks to ocean. Very clean. No Pets.
$675/mo. 642-1214 and 241-1219.
JAX BEACH, walk to beach; newly reno-
vated; 2BR/1BA upstairs, 332 11th Ave.
No., $750/mo., 249-4091.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.

JB 408-A 13th Ave. N., 2BR/
1.5BA, $775
JB 835 5th St. N, 2BR/1BA,
C/H&A; $700
JB 1311 4 St. N, 2BR/1.5BA,
C/H&A, W/D hookup. $975
NB Park Place, Bldg. 5, 2 BR/
2BA, C/H&A, W/D hookup
Call: Fred, Cattar Realty, Inc.,

Frankie [3


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

* 2/1 End Unit Apt. walk to beach,
patio in back- $800/mo.
Move in Special- 1/2 off 1st Mo. Rent
+ 4/3 Duplex near hospital-fenced
yard, I car garage. $1400/mo.
Call us for
Professional Property Management
Call 249-2322


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SAN PABLO Rd. 3BR/2BA, near Mayo,
Alimacani School,'Beaches, nice neigh-
borhood, $999/mo. 221-7398.
fenced yard, $1150/mo. Call 221-0612.
ceilings, tile floors, large fenced yard and
garage. Small pets considered. $1050/mo.
TOWNHOUSE. 3/2 +bonus room in May-
port Landing. Marshview, wood and tiled
floors, new paint, equipped kitchen. Avail
now. $850/mo. (904)246-6592.
WEST BEACHES, 4/2, $1200/mo.,
fireplace, open floor plan. 12708 Aqua
Surf Road. Ready for occupancy. VIP
Realty, 962-6190.
608 14TH Ave. So., 2BR/2BA +2- Bonus
rooms, newly renovated, $1350/mo
+$1,000/sec. dep. 220-3671 or 314-9446.
NEPTUNE BCH 116 Lora St., large
3BR/2BA, 1/2 block to ocean. Deck, no
dogs $1950/mo. 463-0222 or 465-2653.
W ATLANTIC Beach, 633 Stocks Street.
Clean, move-in ready, 3BR/2BA, W/D.
Screened patio, privacy fence, pets OK.
$1225/mo. +security. 373-0492.
3BR/2BA, 1573sf, 2 car garage, upgrades,
no pets, no smoking, $1400/mo + utilities,
NEW OCEANVIEW home Neptune
Beach. 2BR/2.5BA, 2.5 car garage. Avail
Dec. 1. $2200/mo. 249-9706.
NEPTUNE BCH. 3BR/2BA, Ig screen
porch; WDHU, Ig yard, on cul-de-sac, walk
to beach and schools. $1400/mo. +dep.
3BR/2.5BA townhome in Jax Bch.
$1550/mo. +dep. Call (904)514-2883.
JAX BEACH, .2/2, sun room, office,
1600sqft., one block to beach, $1400/mo.,
ADORABLE, 3/2, newly renovated home
in Ponte Vedra. Wood floors, fenced yard,
quiet neighborhood. $1295/mo. Lawn
service incl. Available 1/1/08. Avail for
showing now. Call 476-5071 for an appt.
ISLE OF Palms, JB, 3/2, 2 car garage
$1395/mo. + deposit. 759-2349.
CAY 3BR/2.5BA, fenced backyard, 2-
car garage, patio/ deck, 1700sf. Option to
buy, $1495/mo. (904)491-5058
3BR/2.5BA, 2-STORY house in Ocean
Pond off South Beach Prky, newly reno-
vated, close to park, shopping & the
Beach, good family neighborhood.
$1450/mo, $1200 security dep. Avail Now.
NEAR ICW & Wonderwood, lease or
purchase, terms. Split 4BR, 1900sf, 194'
deep lot, new tile, carpet, paint, all appl.,
$1500/mo or $233,500 OBO. Independent
Brokers & Associates Inc. 247-4333 or
NEAR MAYO, short or long term rental,
3/2, furnished or unfurnished, $1300+/mo.
Independent Brokers & Associates Inc.
247-4333 or 710-3111.
JAX BCH, 3/1, 2.5 car gar., fenced yard,
$1400/mo. 836 9th Ave. N. 318-0044.
PONTE VEDRA- 4BR/2.5BA home in con-
venient area! Club pool, tennis & more! 2
car garage $1400/mo. All South Realty,
2 car garage, large fenced-in backyard
and deck. $1550/mo. Pets OK on appro-
val. Available now. Call Joy 881-7775.
home. WDHU, garage, backyard, com-
munity pool. $1300/mo. (904)571-5517.

S. JAX Beach, great beach location, good
living spaces 3BR/2BA, $1550/mo.
(904)910-1108, (919)358-0244.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA, on cul-de-
sac, fenced yard, 2 car garage, $1450/mo.
Available 12/1. 249-9387.
JAX BEACH, 728 2nd Ave. So., 3BR/1BA,
enclosed screen porch, fenced yard,
w/carport. Recently remodeled.
$1200/mo., $1200 deposit. Call J.B. Caine
rage! Community pool, tennis & more!
Convenient to schools, shopping & beach!
$1200/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141. ,
JAX BCH, 708 14th Ave. S., 3BR/ 2BA,
garage, fenced, refrig., stove, oven.
1500/mo. (904)536-4774.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 395 Bouy Lane; new-
ly remodeled; 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,
fenced back yard. $1500/mo., 710-7665.
SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/1.5BA, 6 blocks
to ocean. $1300/mo. 710-5200.
PONTE VEDRA Beach house, 3/2.5,
fenced yard, pool, garage. $1400/mo
OBO. 285-2952.
909 7TH Ave. N. 2BR/1BA, CH&A, screen
porch, fenced, back yard. $875/mo.
PONTE VEDRA: 4BR/4BA, w/office, ,2 car
garage, 3400sf,, gated community.
$2800/mo. 710-1076.
LATRIUM-PVB, 3/2, 2car garage, large
enclosed deck, new kitchen. Furnished/
unfurnished, flexible lease terms.
$1350/mo. Call 285-4772 after 6pm.
.,3BR/2BA,..SELVA,. Lnkside, ;hardwocpd
floors, sunroom, 5 blocks from beach,
$2000/mo. Call (904)631-9643, (904)449-
INDIAN SPRINGS, 3BR/2BA, remodeled,
cul-de-sac. $1225/mo. Call 343-6930.
PVB, SOLANO Woods, 3/2/2, pristine,
new paint/ carpet, $1400/mo., (904)826-
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3/2 w/pool, privacy
fence. $1350/mo., 376 Seminole Rd., 613-
916 Hibiscus St. A.B. Fenced comer lot,
3BR/2BA, newly renovated, $1095/mo.
Very, very nice, 3/2, 1 car garage, fenced
back yard, $1295/mo. You'll be moving
soon if you contact
junepettit@comcast.net or 994-3608. Pos-
sible roommate situation $695/mo. Remax
OAK HARBOR, large 4BR/2BA, eat-in
kitchen, fenced backyard, WDHU, new
paint. $1300/mo. (904)571-5517.

3BR 2BA, Ig fenced yard in beautiful
Seabreeze. $1300/mo. 247-5334. .
3BR/ 2BA, 2 car gar. 119 37th Ave. S.,
Jax Bch. $1900/mo. (904)536-8268
$875/mo. +deposit, 220-5797.
PONTE VEDRA- Dolphin Cove, 3BR/2BA,
1550sf. Non-smoking. No pets. Washer/
Dryer & lawn care included. $1300/mo.
+$1300/sec. dep. 219-1276.
ATLANTIC BCH- 3BR/2.5BA, Townhome,
Fenced backyard, frplc., laundry rm,
screened porch. No pets, $900/rrio.
1929 Main St., 565-2763.

3BR/2BA home, Avail. Dec. 10th,
2BR condo, $825/mo. Avail. Dec. 1st
2BR/ 1 BA townhome, $800/mo.
Duplex, 3BR/ 2BA, $895/mo.
Dolphin Cove- 4/2, $1195/mo.
3BR/ 2.5 BA, Portofino at Ponte Vedra,
3/2, 7mo. lease, $1250/mo. Avail. Dec. 1st
3BR/ 2.5BA house $900/mo.
2/2 condo, $950/mo.
3BR/ 2BA condo, $1250/mo. Avail. 2/1/08
4BR/ 2BA house, $1295/mo.
3BR/ 2BA home, $1295/mo.
3BR/ 2BA home, $1295/mo.
4BR/ 2BA house, $1395/mo.
3BR/ 2BA house, $1450/mo.
4BR/ 2BA house, $1450/mo.
5BR/ 3BA home, $1795/mo..
5BR/ 4BA home $2995/mo.
2BR/ 2BA townhome, $750/mo.
3BR/ 2BA condo, $895/mo.
2BR/ 2.5BA townhouse, $1000/mo.
4BR/ 2BA home, $1195/mo.
3BR/ 2BA house, $1250/mo.
2BR/ 2BA house, $1300/mo.
3BR/ 2BA house, $1395/mo.
2BR/ 2BA condo, $1050/mo.
3BR/ 2BA house, $1095/mo.
3BR/ 2.5BA townhome, $1095/mo.
3BR/2.5BA house, $1100/mo.
3BR/ 2.5BA townhome, $1179/m0.
4BR/ 2.5BA home, $1950/mo.
6BR/ 3.5BA home, $2095/mo.
5BR/ 3BA home, $2100/mo.
2BR/ 2BA condo, $795/mo.
3BR/2BA home $1450/mo.
5BR/3.5BA $2600/mo.
4BR/ 2BA home, $1250/mo.
4BR/ 2BA home, $1295/mo.
4BR/ 2BA home, $1350/mo.
4BR/ 3BA home, $1395/mo.
3BR/ 2.5BA home, $1400/mo.
4BR/ 3.5BA home, $1600/mo.
3BR/ 2.5BA townhome, $1000/mo.
241-5501 OR 221-1711.

-U-f.- 00,

WDHU, $675/mo: Available Immediately,

4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
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.
OCEANFRONT 1BR or 2BR, daily/ week-
ly/ monthly, pool, 463-7343.
S.JAX Beach on 3rd St., recept area & 2
offices w/700+sf. $900/mo. All South Re-
alty, 241-4141.

BEACH ACROSS street, incl. private bath.
$599/mo. (904)249-9981.
SHARE OCEAN Front house South Jack-
sonville Beach. $700/mo. includes, cable
and electric. 962-6753.
$550/mo +deposit, includes utilities
mate, 2BR/ 2BA apt. 235-9304.
SAN PABLO Creek, share home; private
BR, LR & bath. Includes utilities, NS. No
pets. References. $650/mo., 221-6062.



We got rentals.
Too many to list.
All areas.
Homes, condos and

241-5501 .221-1711

do, 2nd floor. Gated. $1100/mo. Amazing view. Huge 2/2 condo tile.
273-1256. $1500/mo. Move-in now. (904)536-8333.

PONTE VEDRA, Luxury patio home, 1/1
walk to beaches, pond view, pool/
health club amenities, $1099/mo.
JAX BEACH, Palms of Marsh Landing,
2BR/2BA, cathedral ceilings, W/D, marsh
view, fireplace, luxury resort amenities.
$975/mo. 285-5592.
large loft, pool. No pets. $895/mo. +dep.
PONTE VEDRA, Cozy 1BR, fireplace,
W/D, gated, five star amenities, $750/mo.,
(704)301-5953, (636)328-4260.
South, 811 So. 1st St., unfurnished, pool,
ground floor. Unit remodeled and beauti-
ul. No pets. 1 parking space, $1299/mo.,
$1299 security deposit. Please call
UNFURNISHED CONDO, immaculate first
floor, 2/2 condo, appliances one year old;
screened lanai. Many aminities,
$1000/mo. Call 285-4772 after 6pm.
JARDIN DE Mer, 3BR/2BA, No pets. Ref-
erences required. $1300/mo. 710-3946.
N. JAX BEACH, East of 3rd; furnished
1BR/1BA. Pool & free laundry. Small pets
OK. $1000/mo.. 477-4640.
VILLAS @ MARSH Landing, 2BR/2BA,
marsh view, porch, fireplace, fitness, gat-
ed. $995/mo.. No lease. 247-9727.

PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1100/mo. 904-613-7605.
N. JAX BEACH ,3/2 condo w/great ocean
views REDUCED $1500/mo. No dogs.
OCEAN VIEW, brand new; 3/2, upgrad-
ded; consider lease option, ocean view
from most rooms. Owner/ Agent, 463-
JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA, w/garage, fire-
place, pool, fitness, new carpet, great
ocation.. $1075/mo., (904)246-8397.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Cloister Condo.
3BR/2BA. All amenities, all appliances,
incl. washer/ -dryer. Avail. 1/1/08
2BR/1.5BA, remodeled, end unit, walk to.
beach, schools, shops & restaurants,
$900/mo 285-24 96 or 607-7886.
Very attractively furnished, 3BR/2BA,
beachside covered porch, garage, com-
munity pool, gated, available now to May
31st., 3 month minimum. Basic rent
$1995/mo., no smoking, no pets. Dunson
Real Estate, Inc. Realtor, 904-247-5153.
Email: dunsrealest@ clarwire.net

DISABLED WOMEN will share Atl Bch
townhome. Furnished, kitchen privileges,
W/D, Background check. Pets welcome.
$150/wk +1/2 util., 1st, last +deposit.
FURNISHED MASTER Bedroom w/ bath,
Neptune Bch. Non-smoking. $545/mo.,
$137/wk, negotiable, includes utilities,
SEEKING ROOMMATE, Bedroom w/pri-
vate bath, Beach & Kernan. $500/mo. in-
cludes utilities. 534-3732.

ATLANTIC BEACH, room/ bath,
JAX BEACH, 3/2, share very nice newer
condo. w/ garage, W/D. $695/mo. includes
utilities. Owner/ realtor, 994-3608.
ROOM FOR RENT, $400/mo. Responsi-
ble, Non smoker. 247-2818.
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/1.5BA, renovated,
8 miles ocean. Non-smoker. $600/mo. in-
cludes utilities. Scott 904-403-7389.

VILLAGE, utilities furnished Avail.,
12/1/07. $1300/mo.. 285-7299
4-UNITS available 170sq.ft. each,
$375-$400, includes DSL, electric, water,
(904)716-0862, (904)568-4211.


PONTE VEDRA- charming 3/2 in Dolphin
Cove, garage, fenced yard & laundry.
Available 12/26, $1250/mo. 280-5142.
PONTE VEDRA- nice, clean, 3BR/2BA,
garage, very private, maintenance free,
pets ok, $1200/mo. 241-4750.
PONTE VEDRA/ Palm Valley, beautiful,
large, private, 4BR/3BA, plus bonus room,
2-car garage, w/many amenities.
$1600/mo. 860-1690.
N. JAX Beach, 3BR/1.5BA +office, newly
remodeled, carport, fenced yard, great
neighborhood. $1200/mo. +deposit.
ATLANTIC BCH ocean front furnished
house 4BR/4BA. Winter rental. 354-4491.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 1861 Beachside
Court, $1800/mo. 651-9081 or 249-2268.
ICW- 3BR/2BA, fireplace, tile/ hardwood
floors, fenced yard, screened back porch,
2 car garage, $1375/mo. Pets with appro-
val. 904-962-9240.

ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2BA, plus loft.
Pets OK on approval. Community pool,
Avail.now $950/mo. Call Lara 248-0332.
ground floor. Fully furnished. $1300/mo.
+utilities. (904)247-1049.
JAX BEACHFRONT 2BR condo, no lease,
pet negotiable, $1350/mo. avail immed.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2.5BA condo, FP,
new carpet, W/D, pool, etc. 1092 Sea-
hawk Dr. N. $900/mo. incl. water & sewer,
lyr lease. No pets, 221-6037.
ATLANTIC BCH Seaplace, lovely 2/2,
steps to ocean, furnished/ unfurnished,
$1200/mo. (904)887-5005.
place, vaulted ceilings, carpeted bed-
rooms, sunroom, W/D. Blocks from
beach. $1050/mo.. Available Now.
PVB, 2BR/2BA, beautifully decorated with
wood floors and tile. $1100/mo. 868-6886.
2/1 PVB CONDO w/garage. Upgrades,
balcony, pool, hot tub, walk to TPC
course, restaurants, stores; $1085/mo.

Pf Starting at $620
Two Bedrooms
Starting at $775

Senior Discount
Pets are welcome
Washer/Dryer Connections
Water & Pest Control
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I Month FREE Beachside Units Only .-
Call 543-8463 for Details
Desirable 1" Floor Unit Lake View
. Fireplace, Washer/Drver. $1.000
S2/1 1/2 TH-Golf Course View 1I Floor
entry/Balcon)-W/D $1,200
2/2 Beachside Bungalow
Screened Lanai, Upgrades $1,200
2/2 Beachside TH, Private Entrance
Downstairs Master, Screened Lanai $1,300

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/Owner Rentals
Splendid New 1, 2, or 3
bedroom condo homes.
Just a few steps from the beach! Magnificent
clubhouse, summer kitchen, state-of-the-art
fitness center, resort style edgeless pool with
cabanas, putting green. Pet friendly.
Fantastic incentives available now!


Call Jean 904-241-7074

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JAX BEACH, 3BR/1BA, clean, just reno-
vated, good neighborhood, $1100/mo.
+$800 deposit, 242-0544.
2/2 +OFFICE Townhouse in Mayport
Landing. Tile and wood floors, freshly
painted, fenced yard. Pets OK w/approval
and fee. $745/mo. +$300/sec. dep.
3BR/2BA, $1250/MO great community on
San Pablo Rd. Pets ok. 422-3908.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 5 Blocks to Ocean.
3BR/2.5BA, sunroom, fireplace, fenced
yard, carport, $1500/mo., (904)246-4856.

painted, carpeted, WDHU, fenced yard.

20 YEARS as beaches resident, (mature)
graduate student seeks small, inexpensive
beach bungalo to house-sit, caretake or
rent. References available. 662-7519.

OCEAN FRONT furnished 2/2, pool con-
sider lease option, 6 month plus.
EAST OF A1A, Ponte Vedra, 3BR/2.5BA,
1800sf., screened patio. $1350/mo. or
sale $239,900. 651-1096.
vaulted ceiling, beautiful tile. Bright, open
floor plan. No dogs. $1700/mo. (Room-
mates considered) (404)325-0820,
JAX BEACH SOUTH. 811 So. 1st St.,
2BR/1BA, remodeled 2nd floor duplex, un-
furnished, 100 ft. from ocean. Pool,
CH&A, WDHU. No pets, 1 parking space.
$999/mo. $1000 security deposit. Please
call (904)463-1036.
split plan, ground floor corner unit, tennis
court view,, W/D. $1095/mo. Janet

bike to beach, 2BR/2BA, comer unit, 2nd
floor, high ceilings, W/D, fireplace, ga-
rage. $1075/mo. MOTIVATED! Janet

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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader

November 30, 2007

HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.

PRIME 650SQ FT. Neptune Beach busi-
ness office. Ample parking, 3rd Street sig-
nage, handicap access, immediate availa-
bility. Call 246-9520.
1000SQ FT., $1500/mo. +$131 associa-
tion fee, + electric & water, (904)716-
0862, (904)568-4211.

OFFICE SUITE w/2 offices, 500sf, kitch-
enette, bathroom. Atlantic Beach, 3 Blocks
to Ocean. $900/mo. +utilities. 246-5708.
South 3rd St. Jax Bch; approx 1,000 sq.ft.,
@ $16 per sq.ft., plus tax, ins & CAM. Call
247-1770 for appt. to view.
1300SF- 4 offices, conference room & re-
ception area, Beach Blvd. location. Jona-
than 866-6937.
NEPTUNE BEACH, on Third St., great
signage, 700sf., negotiable, 993-4011.
JAX BEACH office space for rent.
1000+sf- 4000sf. IMMEDIATE OCCUPA-
NY. Call 904-608-6426.

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HOME, OFFICE help needed, office exp.
req'd, Mac/ Excel and/or cleaning/ organ-
izing help. (I have cats). (813)944-9186 Iv

Office. BMO cert. preferred. Position may
expand to F/T. Tasks involve front and
back, so flexibility is needed. Must have
experience with check-in/ check-out, vitals
& be willing to help as needed, Competi-
tive salary/ benefits. Fax resume 246-

.* *

Tuesday Evening 6:30pm-11pm
Friday Morning 6am-noon
Hourly Wage We provide vehicle
We are looking for a friendly, committed,
reliable person to deliver newspapers to
stores and racks. Must have good driving
record. Other job opportunities may be
CALL STEVE 249-9033
-k -k -r
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed for busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
.ous kennel experience preferred. Excel-
lent benefits. Apply in person: Beaches
Animal Clinic, 937 Beach Blvd.; Jax
Beach. 246-2045 or fax resume 246-3064.

FREE CATS and Kittens to approved HANDYMAN, REASONABLE hourly rate,
homes. Call 242-0224. leave message. 904-853-6554.

FREE CATS & kittens. Neptune Beach
Animal Control. 270-2410.
FREE KITTENS to good home. 2 male
shorthairs and 2 longhairs 1 female short-
hair, 9wks. old, litter-trained. 241-4344.
FREE KITTENS, Vets reference required,
old, AKC,' CKC registered. Asking $600
each. Chihuahua toy (teacup) AKC regis-
tered, 11 weeks old, $1200, 536-2925.

'CKC BOSTON Terrier, (F), shots current,
with carrier, $350. (904)853-6534

PART TIME caregiver for senior beaches
area. Upbeat caring person. 220-2311 for
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.
Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
SFlorida' Health Services, at
www.NFHSonline.com or call us at
(n04)241-1656i .F .

BREEDING PAIR Bearded Dragons. v' -' .. .. I
t years Qo~..suLccessful hlalchins Sell*-" BABYSITTER NEEDED f .c'. old
ig cage- wall accessories s350 boy in my home. Tues ~JT TrC 3pm-
2.0-0I8 5pm. Some Monday s.enirngs al Tpm
AI RINn FERRFT nice Irna cana$ .'00. $5/hr. Call 241-4344 for information.

SPlease call 314-1441.
tered. $2000 OBO.. (904)563-5654.
AKC TOY Poodles available: 8 wks, 2
males, 1 female; prices from $600-$800.
Visit web: www.freewebs.com/cworld007/
AKC TOY Parti- Poodles by private breed-
er. 2 females, 1 male, 6wks, shots,
wormed, lyr GDW, $1k- $1500K. Paypal.
270-2876 anytime.
AKC BLACK Lab Puppies, 3 female
$550/ea, 4 males $450/ea. Ready for
Christmasl (904)502-4007.

FOUND DOG, .5th St., Atlantic Beach,
black Lab mix, young male w/blue collar,
sweet disposition, 242-0203.
LOST CAT, brown tabby, short hair, fe-
male. Jax Bch golf course area. 728-8777.
HOMELESS PETS. for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.

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

tice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on 12/15/2007,
9:00 am at 153 LEVY ROAD ATLANTIC
BEACH, FL 32233, pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. AUTO
STORE TOWING INC. reserves the right
to accept or reject any and/or all bids. '
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1979 F15GUFA8590 FORD
1988 JM1FC3314J0621010 MAZDA
1989 1G1JC5117KJ317456 CHEVROLET
1989 JN1HS34P9KW018912 NISSAN
1990 1G2JB34K7L7550551 PONTIAC
1991 2G4WB54L8M1808057 BUICK
1991 1G3WS54TXMD306918 OLDS
1991 1YVGD22B7M5124363 MAZDA
1991 1FMDU34X4MUB04452 FORD
1994 4T1SK12EXRU430220 TOYOTA
1994 2B6HB21Z6RK165511 DODGE
1995 2B6HB21Y3SK543359 DODGE
1996 KMHVD14N8TU126038 HYUNDAI
1996 1HGEJ6606TLO23154 HONDA'
1998 2P4FP2536WR662941 PLYMOUTH
1998 4A3AJ56G9WE090311 MITSUBISHI
1998 1YVGF22C7W5706808 MAZDA
1998 SAJHX6249WC840482 JAGUAR
1999 2B4FP2539XR217385 DODGE
2001 KMHJG25F81U241206 HYUNDAI
2001 1FAFP40411F221370 FORD
2002 3FAFP11312R138949 FORD
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Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach is cur-
rently hiring full & part-time dining room
servers & banquet servers. Excellent
benefits offered to full time employees in-
cluding 401k, insurance, vacation days,
sick days. Apply in person at the Marsh
Landing Clubhouse Tuesday Saturday.
Call 285-6514 for directions
COMPASS BANK is currently hiring a P/T
Teller for our Ponte Vedra Branch. 32
hours a week- must be able to work every
other Saturday 8:30-12:30. High school di-
ploma or equivalent. Good interpersonal
communication and computer skills.
Strong. customer service. Apply at
www.compassbank.com or fax to 904-
564-8728. EOE/Drug- free workplace..
high school student interested in website
development. Please email:
CAT CARE, special needs, subcu fluids,
meds 904-853-6554.

Looking for a career? Stylists, Barbers,
Nail/ Pedicure Techs needed. Great
incentives w/progression. Call Diane at
525-2164 for more details. EOE.
Servers & Host staff needed for high vol-
ume intraco'astal waterway restaurant, top
money working w/great staff, as seen in
February issue of Southern Living Maga-
zine. 285-0139.

FULL-Time, at a Premier Retirement
Community. Excellent benefit package,
competitive wages, good working environ-
ment. Applications available at Fleet Land-
ing Security Gate, One- Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-
9447; email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach is cur-
rently hiring full & part-time dining room
servers & banquet servers. Excellent
benefits offered to full time employees in-
cluding 401k, insurance, vacation days,
sick days. Apply in person at the._Marsh
Landing Clubhouse Tuesday Saturday.
Call 285-6514 for directions

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TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re- RELIABLE, experienced Handyman/ Car-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999. center needed. We are looking for some-
STUDIO 22, a hot new salon in the heart one with general carpentry skills to do reg-
of Jacksonville Beach, is looking for excit- ular maintenance and small carpentry jobs
ing Hair Designers. Call 249-6354 or apply for a local business. Compensation is ne-
at 2200 So. 3rd Street. gotiable and the candidate must have ref-
erences. Apply in person, 315 3rd Ave. N.,
S" Jax Bch. +

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
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.
NANNY NEEDED. Looking for full-time
Nanny for 2 young children. Long-term,
Beaches area. Occasional overnight &
travel. $12/hr./negotiable. Must have refer-
ences. Call (904)686-4562 leave msg.
Leasing, Bookkeeping help wanted. (904)
CLASS A CDL Drivers with Tanker en-
dorsement needed for immediate open-
ings. Drug & alcohol test. State wide travel
required. Health insurance. Fax resume:
904-249-2277 or call 877-211-8080.
ADMIN. ASST. with good computer expe-
rience, people skills, and multi tasking
ability. Great pay, benefits. EOE. Fax re-
sume, 339-0263.

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
OPTOMETRY, West Beaches, Front
desk, customer service, all office aspects,
Friendly personality, ability to multi-task,
bookkeeping, PC, medical office experi-
ence a plus. Fax resume to 221-6504.
FRAMING CARPENTERS for established
company. Drug free work place. Benefits.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
SERVER WITH experience. Host/ Host-
ess needed. Please apply in person, M-F,
10:30am-2pm, Giovanni's, 1161, Beach
Blvd., Jax Beach.
LIFT STATION.mechanic & apprentices
needed, good driving record, drug & alco-
hol.test. State wide travel required. Health
insurance. Immediate openings. Fax re-'
sume: 904-249-2277 or call 877-211-

FT/PT COOK & servers for assisted living
facility. Apply in person Ashford Court,
1700 The Greens Way, Jax Beach.
DRIVERS- TOP Pay & excellenthome-
time! We train Car Haulers! Superior ben- ,
efits package! CDL-A w/2 years OTR ex-
perience. (800)889-8139.
boutique hotel Jax Bch. 249-9981, fax re-
sume246-5716. Exp.necc.
Line Cooks & Kitchen Utility needed for
high volume intracoastal waterway restau-
rant,,top money working w/great staff, as
seen in February issue of Southern Living
Magazine. 285-0139.

Full-time in our Assisted Living at a pre-
mier retirement community. Excellent ben--
efits. Applications available at Fleet Land-
ing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-
9447; email to: jobs@fleetlanding.com
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.

needed in the Health Center at a premier
retirement community. Full-Time, flexible
hours, with great benefits and work envi-
ronment Experience preferred.. Applica-
tions available at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/
Drug-free Workplace.
Beaches rail logistics company. Solid Mi-
crosoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills
required; marketing or accounting experi-
ence preferred. Send resumes by email to
ShipXpress, 2315 Beach Blvd, Suite 104,
Jax Beach, 32250. No phone calls please.
5pm, M-F, Jax Bch office. Need excellent
people skills. Must have customer service
exp. Please fax resume to 904-246-9008.
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.

POSITION AVAILABLE in Chiropractic of-
fice. Must be self-starter, high energy,
multi-tasker willing to learn. 249-2049.
Please fax resume 246-4116 or email
Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church
is seeking a full-time maintenance
worker. Applicants should .,possess a
broad range of skills in general mainte-
nance and repair. Prior experience in fa-
cility maintenance is preferred. Salary
commensurate with experience. Benefits
are available. Applicants contact Msgr.
Daniel B. Logan, Pastor at 285-2698
ext. 4, or email dbl@olsspvb.org.
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.

We are currently accepting applications
for a permanent full time Sales Associate.
We offer competitive salary, paid vacation,
and medical & dental insurance. We area
drug free workplace. Apply in person at
832-10 A1A North, Ponte Vedra. No
phone calls please.

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Positions Available
Diningroom Attendant Engineering Coord.
Food Runner Room Service Server
Prep,Cook Beverage Server
Line Cook Barback
Vacation Planning Agent

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

We Look!Forward toMetingYuSB0n

.^a.s.....a s -- Expect Nothing Less
't'~Pr, V ""F Than "Five Diamonds"
Do something special for yourself today! Work with one of the
premier luxury resorts in the world by joining the elite staff at Ponte
Vedra Inn & Club. Our exceptional work environment is one of the
most sought after for career satisfaction.
We-have the following full & part-time positions available:

S Benefits Coordinator
Dining Room Attendants Room Attendants

Housekeeping Turndown Housekeeping Porter

Bell Staff Nail Technician

Food Runners Spa Desk/Reservations

Grounds Maintenance Assistant Superintendent

For immediate consideration apply in person to:
Human Resources between 9am- 4pm
200 Ponte Vedra Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. 32082
Job Line: (904) 280-3607 Phone: (904) 273-7729
Fax: (904) 273-7753

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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.

DEPENDABLE NANNY looking for nice
family, Starts at $10 per hour. Has own
transportation. Experienced/ References

home, hospital experience. Local referen-
ces, driving record and background check
upon request. Available short-term,
respite. Will travel. (904)599-6035,
(904)797-2548, salzedo209@aol.com
"More than a service, more like. a friend."
Transportation to doctor's, shopping, etc.
Will also visit your loved one for you in
nursing home. 220-0129.
CERTIFIED CNA/ HHC, available for full
time, unlimited home care. Brenda,

Available for Care in Your Home. AHCA'
#29991522. Phone 241-1656
GWEN'S ELDERCARE@aol.com. Rates
negotiable (704)369-3073.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
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.
excellent references. Overnight stay in-
home or hospital sitting available. 249-
CAREGIVER/ HHA, compassionate, relia-
ble, all hours including 24 hour shifts,'25
years experience, local references. $12
per hour. Cleaning, homemaker, errands,
caregiver. 904-234-7114.

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35" RCA TV, like new $175. 9" Toshiba '
TV $15. All glass cocktail table w/glass
wheels. New $200 Asking $75. 608-2757.'
BEDROOM SET, complete w/nightstand,
dresser & chest, +all linens, $150, excel-
lent condition, 710-0401.
2 GOOD Tickets and parking, for Jaguars
game on 12/9. Face value. 642-3364.

DISHWASHER, MAYTAG, new, portable,
(quiet!), butcher block top, $400,
game system in unopened box w/receipt
425. Brent 904-347-8702.
61" HITACHI projection TV, low hours,
exc. cond., $499 OBO. 568-1535.
MAYTAG WASHER, $100; Kenmore elec-
tric dryer, $100, 307-2841.
MATCHING. CRIB, changing table/ dress-
er'combo and armoire, honey brown color,
mattress & changing pad included, $500,
PVB, 662-4237.

REMODEL SALEI Oak kitchen cabinets,
dishwasher, garbage disposal, S/S sink w/
faucet, 2 chandeliers, etc. 923-6536.
Choose & cut live trees from 2000 shaped
Cedar & Leyland Cypress. 1-10 West to
.-,Hwo 125, exit at Glen SI Mar,. go 1;?
miles North on Hwy 125.' aich i.:.r s;ins
""Rulolph's Christmas Tree Farm,
FRIDGE, $100 firm, stove $200 firm. Both
like new. 853-5472.
KENMORE WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea..
641-9667, 838-5411.

WASHERS, WHIRLPOOL, excellent con-
dition, from $150 to $250. Can deliver &
guarantee, 874-1747.
LAZY BOY Rocker/ Recliner, gas BBQ,
like new, 19" Sharp, 21" Zenith TV's, new
bike helmet, 223-5222.

tide, Pintail Drive South, Electronics, baby/
children's furniture, clothing, etc.
Sat. 7am, 1117 19th St. N. Household
items, sports equipt., clothing, bed w/
headboard & nightstand
WALK THROUGH home furniture for sale.
Saturday, 8am-5pm. King sleigh bed,
dresser, desk, barstools,- Pennsylvania
House buffet and much more 1178 18th
St. N. 813-2283.
outdoor, under the tent. St. Paul's Thrift
Shop, 6th Ave. No. & Beach Blvd. Incred-
able Christmas items at bargain prices,
Sat., Dec. 1 only, 8am-4pm.
58 EVANS DR, SAT 8-12
.iCream iola $100. cream"glider $75',-;up, ..';
r;ghl treezer-$75, kitchen collectibles-&
mno.rer Difectidis: 3rdt tOceola, right on'
America, left on Evans to end. .
LARGE GARAGE SALE Sat., 8am-2pm;
1214 5th Ave. No. FREE small children
playset. You take apart &.haul away.

SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM. 3567 Pintail Drive
South. Great stuff. LOW prices. Christmas
gifts and decorations, clothing (women's,
men's, children's). Toys, books, home ap-
pliances and furnishings, fashion accesso-
ries, novelties. One of a kind items! This is
the only Jax Beach yard sale authorized
by Santa Claus. .

ELECTRIC SCOOTER Chair (adult). New SATURDAY, 9AM-2PM, 317 5th Ave. S.,
condition. Retail $600, Sacrifice $300. dressers, lamps, tables, dishes, linen, an-
249-9734, 424-5549. tiques and more.

THOMASVILLE DINING room set. table,
6 chairs, china hutch; like new, $2000.
GE WASHER/ dryer, Ig capacity, white,
$200" both OBO. 400-3424.
1951 SHUFFLEBOARD game alley, $200,
223-0257 or 403-5115.
BIKE, ADULT 3-wheel trike. Rode 3
times. Like New. $150. (904)307-5956.
G.E. PROFILE 4 yrs. old, side by side Re-
frigerator, bisque $850 OBO. Call
904-992-8400 OR 904-613-9598.
Locally owned & operated, hand crafted
furniture and accessories. Personalized
pet products.
20.6CF REFRIGERATOR w/freezer on
top, Hotpoint, almond, $185, 641-9667,
pacity.Elec Dryer. 7 cycles/ 4 temps, Fin-
ish Guard. White, good cond. $50. GEAd-
vantium Microhood:Speed cook/ oven/ mi-
cio. White, exc. cond, Itd warranty $125.
Kenmore Elite Slide-In Elec Range. 5 ele-
ment glass cook top, convection roast/
bake, warmer drawer, self cleaning and
more. Exc. cond, white $250. Kenmore
Elite Ultrawash Dishwasher, white, Stain-
less steel tub, flexible shelves, removable
holders, multiple cycle touch pad. Ltd war-
ranty, good cond $250. Kenmore 21.7 cu
ft Side-by-Side Refrigerator. Water filter,
icemaker, water in door, white, ltd warran-
ty, fair cond $150. 223-3373.

LAKE SANCTUARY Saturday, 8am-until,
3711 Sanctuary Way S. multi-family sale.
MOVING! SAT., 8am, 75 11th St. No.; fur-
niture, lamps, tables, chairs, collectables,
desks & antiques. 50-75% off, 537-0503.
All must gol
Lots of kitchen copper, cast iron, knives,
unusual stuff & more. Free junk for Flea
Marketers. Directions: 3rd St to 16th
South (right) Roberts (left) Seabreeze
(right) Fairway (right) Quail (left)
BIG SALE! Sat., 12/1, 8am-lpm. Multiple
families; lots of everything! 3522 Seafoam
Lane (Isle of Palms).
SAT., 9AM-2PM, corner 9th St. & 7th Ave.
So.; computers, furniture, smalls, and
MOVING SALE! Wed- Sun., 9am. No ear-
ly birds. 126 13th Ave. S., Apt. 3. Every-
thing Must Gol

ENTIRE HOUSE Sale! Saturday 8-3pm,
511 Hopkins St., Nep Bch.
HUGEI RODS & reels, boating items,
sports.goods, fum., Xmas items, Avon,
jewelry, clothes & much more. 1882 Night-
fall Dr. (Fla. Blvd. to Kings Rd, go over
bridge, first left.) Sat. 8-2pm.
PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE, clothes, toys,
Xmas decorations, TV, under- cabinet mi-
crowave, etc. 806 Cedar St., Sat. 8-?

SAT., 8-NOON. 1171 Linkside.Ct W. Din-
ing Set, lamps, dresser, Christmas &
household items.

DESK, DARK brown w/ matching hutch,
file cabinet & bookcase, $175. Call 610-

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carved. $550, 242-0042.

PAINTINGS BY Jeanette can be pur-
chased by appt. in her studio. Call or
leave msg. at 247-3429.

AUCTION, FRIDAY, 7PM, Oct. 5-19,
Nov. 2-16, Dec. 7-21.
www.AnjeAuctions.net AB2659, AU3713,
AU3714. 9800 Beach Blvd. 248-0926
FRI., Nov. 30th, 11am preview, 9-11am.
Sea Turtle Inn Liquidation. 1850 Mealy St.
So., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. Due to
construction, items have been moved to
this address. We will auction the contents
of approx. 100 rooms which have been
donated to the charity Adoption Blessings
Worldwide, Inc. Items to include Danby re-
frig., Carrier AC/heat units 2006, TVs,
Kimball armoire, nitestands, microwaves,
mirrors, desks, tables, chairs, footstools,
lamps, pictures, coffee makers, king & full
mattress sets and headboards and much
more. Check auctionzip for pictures 9643.
Rolphs Auction Depot, AB1375, Denzel
Rolph Auctioneer AU3666. 10% buyers
premium (904)993-8679.
Sat. Dec. 1st 6.30pm. Two great auction
companies join .together to have one out-
standing auction. Antiques, collectables,
modern fumr. and decorator items to in-
clude glassware jewelry, box lots, cocks,
singer featherweight, lamps, artwork, mir-
rors, military items, buttons, silver, pewter,
artglass; This is just a partial list more
coming in daily this will be an auction you
don't want to miss. Check pictures at
www.auctionzip.com #9643, 4000 St.
Johns Ave. Jax., FL. Ph# 384-4403 for re-
.served seats, AB2585 10% BP, Denzel
Rolph Auctioneer AU3666.

or Real. Estate. Fast closings.
WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.

$ 8+
Call Rich 246-5555
CLEANING PERSON needed. Refs re-
quired. Pay is commensurate with ability.
Apply in person, 315 3rd Ave. N., Jax Bch.
City of Atlantic Beach, $10.25/hr.; No ben-
efits. Needed for Atlantic Beach Elemen-
tary School (Sherry Dr. crossing) from ap-
prox. 7:45-9am & 2:30-3:30pm on school
days. Must complete training & certifica-
tion course. Applications accepted until
12/12/07, 800 Semiriole Rd., Atlantic
Beach, FL 32233. For more info call
(904)247-5820 or visit www.coab.us. No
smokers/ tobacco users. Drug testing con-
ducted. EOE.

* Conference Room
* East of A1AI
walk to beach
* Close to shopping/
For more information,

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RETAIL/ OFFICE space for lease. May-
port Road. (904) 514-1090.
OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE/ Retail Space for
lease, 2 locations, Mayport Rd. and Noca-
tee. Free rent. 514-1090.

FREE KITTENS to loving home, born 9-
11-07; free DVD with footage of your new
family member. 220-5817.
TWO FREE indoor cats. Male, tan/white
shorthair and female black/white longhair.
Neutered and spayed, shots up to date.
Would like to keep them together. Call
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MULTI FAMILY yard sale. Sat., 8am-4pm.
467 Whiting Lane.
SATURDAY, 8AM-?, 177 Pine Street, a lot
Sof neat items.
YARD SALE, Saturday 8-2pm, 1002 Snug
Harbor Ct. (Mayport Rd. to W. 8th St.,
right on Orchid Left on Snug Harbor). Box-
ing heavy bag w/ stand & speed bag, wet
suits, computer, video games, DVD's,
steam cleaner, misc. kitchen items,
clothes & more.

SATURDAY, 8-3PM, 528 Royal Palms Dr.
Rods & reels & fish stuff, Reciprocating
saws, drills & jigsaws, pool pumps, 2 Lee
Middleton original dolls, Precious Mo-
ments, Christmas decor, toys, & more.
TWO FAMILY sale. Multiple items, Sat.,
8am-? 512 Vikings Lane.
SIZING Dresser, chest, office furniture, file
cabinets, conference table, chairs, cut
glass, signed Heisey, Limoges, cookware,
brand name clothing, collectibles, more.
Saturday, 8am-3pm, 348 Plaza.

FURNITURE, LINENS, lamps, etc. Satur-
day, 8am-? 12 Barracuda Place (Dolphin
GARAGE AND Sample Sale. Saturday,
9am-lpm. Salesman's Clothing Samples,
TV's, furniture, games, etc. 113 Montura
Dr. in Montura Subdivision off 210 and
Canal Blvd.
GREAT STUFF, many treasures, interior
decor, collectibles, jewelry, Saturday,
8am-3pm, 42 South Roscoe Blvd.

SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM, 3431 Aldridge
Rd. East. Across from Regal.
SATURDAY, 8AM-12PM, 14414 Aqua
Vista Rd North. New baby is on the way,
must clean out!! New and used items:
TVs, home improvement, furniture, com-
puter equip, Great deals!!!
BACKYARD SALE! Many Christmas dec-
orations/ items, kitchen, books, tapes, mi-
crowave oven. Too much to list! New
items each day. 579 Carina Lane (Pablo
Point area). Take San Pablo North to Am-
beres St., then to Carina Lane. Follow
balloons. Thursday- Saturday. 8am-3pm.
LOADS OF Christmas Gifts. Villages of
Pablo, 2751 Canyon Falls Dr. 32224. Sat-
urday, 8am-lpm.

DO WE have your gift?

1997 MERCEDES C230, one owner, dark
? reen, 184K miles. Dealer maintained.
3200. 242-7966.
1999 HONDA CRV, good condition,
$4700. Call 607-7425.
DO WE have your gift?
2004 INFINITI G35, white w/tan leather in-
terior, Sport Pkg. Bose. 38K miles, exc.
cond. $18,900. Call 651-7789.
w/leather interior. Fully loaded, On-Star
equipped. Very clean and runs great.
51,400 miles. $9500. (904)246-7919.
1989 MAZDA 626LX, 4DR, 35,000 miles,
$1950 OBO, 233-4455.
1998 SATURN SL2, immaculate condi-
tion. Only 47K miles, automatic transmis-
sion, 4DR, power window/ locks, cruise,
new tires. $4500 OBO. 887-9030.

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43 Genealogical
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95 Presenting as
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PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
" 588-5222 Financing available.
Free Estimates on replacements. License
CAC1814887. Credit cards accepted.
& A/C, FREE ESTIMATES; Duct Clean-
ings, Installs, Repairs. 10% off. Financing
Available. (904)880-7312.

CLEANING SERVICE. Take the worry out
of your work week and let someone else
do the chores. Detailed, dependable, and
honest. 15yrs. experience. 403-9474.
Need your home cleaned before moving-
in or out? One time home cleaning. Rental
properties, Offices, Homes. Biweekly/
Monthly 248-9071.
BEACHES CLEANING. Residential, Com-
mercial; Move-in/ Move-out and Construc-
tion Cleaning. Weekly, Bi-weekly or
Monthly services provided. Call for free
estimate. 718-5471.
Switch new anti-allergen fabric rinse,

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Many years experience; references availa-
ble. Call Kelly-for estimate, 238-9040.
LAUNDRY & HOUSE cleaning, errands,
pet/ house sitting, $10/hr. (904)247-7849.
THE VERY best in housekeeping. Twenty
years experience- PV area. Finest care for
your home: laundry, silver polishing. Ex-
cellent references. Diana Dempsey,
closets. Also sewing, landscaping. Refer-
ences. 221-0801.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
SNYDER & Baker Electric. Residential;
commercial. Free estimates. Lic.
EC13003709 (904)237-3824.

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

THE WINTER and holiday seasons are
upon usi Be prepared, order now and get
free delivery 334-3157.
FIREWOOD, FREE delivery or pickup, call
813-8838 or 838-5995.
Lucas Tree Service. Seasoned oak. Any
quantity. Pickup or delivery. 241-3533.
BEACH BOYS Firewood. Pickup or Deliv-
ery. Ranger Special $75. Call 759-1612.
By stack or truckload or cordwood. 907
6th Ave. So., Jax Beach (for pickup),
285-6427 or 249-3478 (for delivery).

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or email:

Computer and Printer Repair Services,
virus protection, upgrades, LAPTOPS too.
Commercial & Residential Service
throughout Duval and St. Johns County.
Our shop, your home or business. Atlantic
Laser, 1521 Penman Rd., Jax Beach. Call


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THE HOLIDAYSare here. et us cleanup less $$$. 20 years exp. 327-2114.
your yard, mulch, plants, trimming, what- _..
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Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. 821-0737.
lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967.
ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & Insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.

Specializing in "Complete Flowerbed
Cleaning and Lawn care, 246-4238

Clean ups, mulch, sod, one time mows,
shrub trimming, pruning. Free estimates.
Insured. 207-4037..
mates, local, reasonable prices. We do it
right the first time. No contracts required.
Residential & Commercial Call Ray,
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc.'Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.

Clean out plant beds, cut back old growth,
palm tree .trimming, mulching, planting,
lawn maintenance & pressure washing,

Block & Brick Masonry. New construction,
additions, repairs. Licensed & Insured.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
Boats, RV's, Trailers.
Starting at $70/mo.. 2781 Mayport Rd.
Near Wonderwood. Call 993-2222.

Safe roof cleaning. Spotless window
cleaning. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under DIRTY DEAN'S
this category please call 904-249-9033 or Quality service. Affordable
email: classified@beachesleader.com Licensed/ Insured. Call 294-6116.

RELIABLE IN I R/HI exterior painting,
pressure washing, drywall, texture, wall
coverings. Licensed, insured, references.
25 years experience. (904)403-7389.
35 yrs. experience. Licensed- Quality
work. Interior & Exterior. Great prices.
.types of repairs. 33yrs. exp. 229-9389.
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.

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Painting ,Pressure Washing
SResidential Commercial
Interior; Exterior
Wood Replacement
m Waterproofing'

Beaches Office (904) 241-5414
Westside Office (904) 786-9827
Cell (904) 714-8400

IF YOU are interested in advertising under Painting, pressure washing, wood floors,
this category please call 904-249-9033 or carpentry, tile work, drywall. 241-7023.
email: classified@beachesleader.com


Room Additions/ Remodeling
(904)814-1200 CBC1253447

dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
Painting & Repair. Interior/ Exterior, Per-
golas, Honey Do's. Clayton Casper
I OI NG0670

WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten IF YOU are interested in advertising under
wood, siding, stucco, repairs. Licensed this category please call 904-249-9033 or
General Contractor. 247-2274. e mail: classified@beachesleader.com

& Wa((papering, CONSTRU
Pressure Washing Specializing in Remodeling,
Quality craftsmanship by Additions, Decks, Repairs,
Joe DiMauro Vinyl Soffits, Gutters
30 years experience Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
Licensed Insured References for the home or office.
www.justjoepainting.com (904) 247-3777
Now Accepting = Certified Builder Certified Roofer
(904) 372-4707 (904) 229-9542 Lie. CB-C059536 Lie. CCC1325888
Memerof the Better Business Bureau

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
email: classified @ beachesleader.com

price. NEW POOL special, 15x30. Complete
only $25,000. Call 568-4112.

DRYWALL REPAIR, Painting, Quarter
Round painted or stained,, installed.
Shelves built-ins, wood, laminate & ce-
ramic tile repair, misc. small jobs. Li-
censed/ Insured. 246-0363.
Specializing in kitchens, cabinets, bath-
rooms, tile, doors, windows, rotted wood,
termite damage, roof leaks, drywall,
decks, etc. Honest, top quality work-

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

5th year anniversary special. Will beat any
written estimate, next 7 days:
904-755-7403. CCC1326983.

Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
grinding. Since 1986.
YARD CLEAN-UPS. Clean out plant
beds, cut back old growth, mulching,
palm tree trimming, pressure washing.

Complete Bathroom Remodeling including
plumbing (shower pan replacement). Any
& All Floor Areas including backsplashes
& countertops. Licensed & Insured w/25
years experience & Free 'Estimates. Call
David (904)591-1691 10% off with this ad.
Tile, Wood, Carpet & Vinyl Flooring. In-
stallation, Repairs. & Restretching. Free
estimates (904)233-9683.
Residential, New Const., Remodeling &
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room remodels- including showerpan re-
placements & all other plumbing work. No
job too big or too small. Free Estimates
(904)591-0305. 10% discount with this ad.

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

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1. Why were shoes not allowed at sock hops?
2. What California group's only hit was 1961's
"Hey Little Cobra," an uncanny imitation of Jan
and Dean?
3. What letter did Christ wear on his chest in
the musical "Godspell?"
4. What became the Asian equivalent of the
Iron Curtain?
5. What magazine, first published in 1953,
was originally to be called Stag Party?
6. What real-life city was seen in the opening
credits of "The Edge of Night?"
7. What NBC newsman was physically
removed from the 1968 Democratic National

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9. What planet was taken over by aliens
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o ur Horoscope

ARIES (March 21 to April 19I You're full of
vim and vinegar this week. However, try not
to be overly critical as a result. Enthusiasm is
fine, but don't accompany this with a sour
TAURUS (April 20 to May -20 Restlessness
mars the beginning ot the week You feel
trapped in a boring routine. Be patient as
things heat up pretty soon.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20i A fresh finan-
cial venture is on the horizon for you. Be sure
to keep your eyes open for this opportunity.
Later in the week, trust in a friend's advice.
CANCER dune 21 to July 22) \V.hile you'll
want to park yourself in fiont of the tube this
week, get up and get moving! There's plenty
to do concerning holiday preparations. Over
the weekend, domestic chores need tending
LEO.(July 23 to August 221 You're right to
consider a co-worker's idea as half-baked.
However, you can put on the finishing
touches and make it work. Later in the week,
pay attention to matters of health.
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22)
There's some minor trouble on the home
front. If you just stay out of the way, it
resolves itself. This weekend, shopping is in
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22 You're
rather introspective as the week begins. This
results in new insights. By week's end, you're

sure of the changes you want to make in your
SCORPIO IOctober 23 to November 21)
Get out those vacation brochures. This pro-
tides a great "break" from the holiday frenzy.
Later in the week, children require extra
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December
211 Legal and contractual matters are favored
this week. These could very well relate to real
estate. Over the weekend, family members
come up with great holiday ideas.
CAPRICORN IDecember 22 to January 191
An outing of a cultural nature is possible
midweek. On the work front, bigwigs are par-
ticularly demanding. Fortunately, you're up
to the task.
AQUARIUS iJanuary 20 to February 18l
Indulging in nostalgia is fine. Just don't let it
make you melancholy as you're wont to do at
times. Later in the week, an opportunity for
advancement arises at work.
PISCES February 19 to March 20) Your
mate is concerned with your work hours.
Perhaps you have been neglecting this per-
son. If so, remedy this over the weekend with
a romantic dinner for just the two of you.
Branagh, December 10; Rita Moreno,
December 11; Rush Limbaugh, December 12;
Jamie Foxx, December 13; Patty Duke,
December 14; Tim Conway, December 15;
Benjamin Bratt, December 16.
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S Timely Tips

stores have. the policy to
match their competitor's
prices. If you see something
in the newspaper that you
want, but don't want to travel
to that particular store to get
it,'cut the advertisement out
and take it to your local store.
They will usually price match,
or if, it's the same product
only cheaper, they will also
match the price. Virginia K.
off mildew on shower cur-
tains with baking soda paste
and lemon juice. Use equal
parts vinegar and water for
shower doors. Wanda F.
Wear layers_ .:of_. clothing

instead of turning up the
thermostat in the house. For
every degree you lower the
thermostat, you save three
percent on your heating bill.
Try a hooded sweatshirt,
lightweight sweaters or slacks
made of closely woven fabric.
Linda R.
AIR DRY When the dish-
washer has completed its final
rinse, wait for the steam to
settle and then open the door
and let the dishes air dry. It's
much faster and uses less
energy. Chrissy D.
'RENT IT! If you need an
occasional special tool that
you can't borrow from some-
one else, rent it rather than
buy it. Carlos P.
BRRRR! Use bathroom

fans sparingly in the winter
since the fans remove warm
air. Lisa V.
instructions, receipts, warran-
ty cards, etc., for appliances
and equipment in a file folder
specified for that purpose. A
little organization can save
you a big headache in the
long run. Maria C.
disassembling something
with many small parts, use
an empty egg carton to put
the parts in. Number each
compartment in the order
you place the parts in, and
when it's time to put it back
together, just go in reverse
order. John'S.
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You Don't Say

Men snore more often than
* *
S Sleeping on your back caus-
es your jaw to drop open and
S your tongue to fall backward,
S setting up even more vibra-
tion of the uvula and also
S partially closing the wind-
Marijuana is, by far, the
world's most commonly used
Illicit drug.
MDMA (Ecstasy) was first
S developed as an appetite sup-
pressant in 1914.
S.- Heroin is known on the

street as smack, horse, H,
junk, or scag.
Inhalants are drugs that
produce a quick, temporary
high, lightheadedness, and
euphoria (good feeling) when
their fumes or gases are
breathed and absorbed' into
the body through the lungs.
The first product to have a
bar code was Wrigley's gum.
Adhesive tape (specifically
masking tape) was invented
in the 1920s by Richard Drew
of Minnesota Mining and
Manufacturing, Co. Duct
tape (the World War II mili-

tary version) was first created
and manufactured in 1942 by
the Johnson and Johnson
Permacel Division.
S *
The blue whale can pro-
duce sounds up to 188 deci-
bels. This is the loudest sound
produced by a living animal
and has been detected as far
away as 530 miles.
Tremendous erosion at the
base of Niagara Falls under-
mines the shale cliffs, and as
a result, the falls have receded
approximately seve miles
over the last 10,000 years.
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