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Vol. 45, No. 65


Weekend Edition *February 1, 20






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INSIDE

WEEKEND
Venture outside your home
or apartment this weekend
for fun activities that can be
found in our Get Out section
on B-1. Also, find.Be Jane,
Wine Guys, local movie
showtimes, Club Scene and
more in our Weekend
section.


Boosters in place; Let fund-raising begin


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Angie Smith seemed to
sum up the sentiment of
those in attendance
Wednesday night at Nease
High during an election of
officers for the inaugural
Ponte Vedra High School ath-
letic booster club.
"I feel like it's better to do
something than to stand on
the sidelines and complain
about it," said Smith, one of
four Ponte Vedra residents
elected as founding members
of the booster club board.
"I'm very concerned about
getting funds for the new
school and using them
appropriately."
Smith is the board's secre-
tary-elect. She joins Otto
Gruhn (president), Bill
Freeman (vice president) and
Tammy Lemaster (treasurer)
and founding members.
Approximately 30 people
were on hand Wednesday at
Nease High's Performing Arts Ponte V
Center to cast ballots for the pose wi
four officer positions. Gruhn Wednes
and Lemaster were unconi- and Otto
tested. Freeman was the top
vote-getter among three candidates,
and Smith was the winner in a two-
person race.
Gruhn and Freeman have sons who
played football at Nease High last sea-
son. Smith was a volunteer parent for


photo by JOHNNY WC
edra High Principal Craig Speziale (back left) and athletic director Gene Baker (back
th members of the new high school's inaugural booster club board after they were ele
;day evening. They are Tammy Lemaster (front left), treasurer, and Angie Smith, secret
o Gruhn (center back), president, and Bill Freemen, -vice president.


swimming and cheerleading at Nease.
Gruhn; Freeman and Lemaster were
members of Nease's Touchdown Club
for 2007, according to the football
team's Web site.
"Otto will be a great leader for this


organization," said Allen Home, one
of those in the running for vice presi-
dent.
Gruhn is a past president of Ponte
Vedra Athletic Association Pop
Warner Football.


Freeman, whose son is a
sophomore at Nease, said he
ran for the board because he
enjoys the "administrative
side of sports.".
"I thought it was worth
putting my hat in," he said.
"I think its important to have
as many kinds as we can par-
ticipating in sports."
',, Gene Baker, the newly
:'"'. hired Ponte Vedra High ath-
S. letic director, said be plans to
meet with the new board as
soon as next week to map out
strategy and create by-laws.
"This is our core board,"
said Baker, "but the board
will grow. Everybody who
wants to will play a role."
Baker said fall sports are a
high-priority on his list, but
coaches for those sports
,. won't be known until the
teacher hiring process begins
This month.
A search is under way to fill
I the head football coaching
position. As of Thursday,
OODHOUSE Baker said, there were 87
right) applicants for the job, repre-
-cted senting 29 states.
Dtary, "We're looking forward to
identifying who the best can-
didate might be," he told
those in attendance Wednesday
night.
"We'll do the bulk of our interview-
ing on the phone next week. We'll
See BOOSTERS, A-3 1


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Michele Scully in the role of
Lois Warner and W.C. Green
as Del Delmonoco in a
scene from the Alhambra
Dinner Theatre production of
"Breaking Up Is Hard To Do."
See showtime information
and location, B-1.


Nocatee add for parking


by GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER
Additional parking for the
annual Players Championship
golf tournament is behind a
proposal to annex 541 acres to
the 15,000-acre Nocatee devel-
opment- west of aPente Vedra
Beach, the developer said this
week. I
Greg Barbbur, a partner with
the Parc Group. master deyel-
oper of Nocatee, said
Wednesday the parcel to be
added along the Intracoastal
Waterway will free up land in
the original 15,000 acres for
7,500 parking spaces during
the tournament held each
May in Ponte Vedra Beach.
"Currently, our develop-
ment order doesn't address
event parking," he said during


an interview.
The proposal would add a
541-acre parcel north of
County Road 210. Of that, 400
acres would be preserved for
the Nocatee greenway system
and 141 acres along the water-
way would be for homes,
according to plans.
The annexed parcel would
not be used for parking,
Barbour said, because "the
location and configuration
lends itself to residential
development."
Nocatee's proposal to add to
its original footprint raised
questions this week from
Mary Kohnke of Palm Valley,
who was one of three St. Johns
County commissioners who
OK'd the project in 2001.
Kohnke said that during the
approval process, the Parc


Group pledged not to develop
next to the waterway.
But Barbour said that stipu-
latio.n applied to the Nocatee
Preserve, a 2,400-acre parcel
along three miles of the
Intracoastal Waterway south
of 210.
I But Kohnke rejected that
reasoning Thursday, saying
that areas near the
Intracoastal north of 210 were
not discussed because they are
not within the original
Nocatee boundary.
"The potential environmen-
tal impact is the biggest prob-
lem," Kohnke said.
. Barbour said the Parc Group
and the PGA Tour began dis-
cussions about the parking
after Nocatee got its first OK.
See NOCATEE, A-3 0


Hobble and Tarak are fea-
tured in this week's Pet Tales
on. B-5, where you also can
find out how to submit your
favorite animal.

NEWS
Find out what's coming up in
Around the Beaches on A-2.
Also, police beat, obituaries
and other local news can be
found in our A section.


Whitney Thompson, daughter
of Atlantic Beach's police
chief, will appear on the
CW's America's Next Top
Model. See story, A-3.


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Budweiser's famous Clydesdales trot down Atlantic Boulevard in Neptune Beach Thursday as part of a promotion to
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ght 2008 by The Beaches Leader, Inc.
Three Sections, 20 pages


By GRAY ROHRER
STAFF WRITER
Ponte Vedra Municipal Service District
(MSD) trustees will address the problem
of vehicles parking on Miranda Road
Monday during their monthly meeting.
Drivers who park there block the
right-of-way, preventing the swift move-
ment of emergency vehicles, MSD
trustee Rob Becker said Thursday.
"Police can't ticket the vehicles with-
out a double yellow line or a no parking
sign," Becker said in a telephone inter-
View.
SHe said putting a double yellow line
on Miranda Road is the preferred solu-
tion because it is "more aesthetically
pleasing" than the no parking signs.
Trustees will also discuss a proposal to
widen County Road 210 from the
Mickler roundabout west to the Palm
Valley bridge. The MSD received a letter
from the Ponte Vedra Community
Association (PVCA) last month, asking
the MSD to support them in asking
county commissioners to study the mat-
ter further.
Another issue on the MSD agenda is a
proposal to get the county to incorpo-
rate Sunset Park into the county park
system.
MSD Chairman Al Hollon said the
county Park and Recreation Department
recommended adding Sunset Park into
their system to county commissioners
earlier this month.
The MSD is scheduled to meet at 6
p.m. Monday in the Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library.


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Artists learn strategies for selling their works


FROM STAFF

Be prepared, myspace users:
You might soon be receiving a
"friend request" from a Ponte
Vedra artist.
About 25 artists were on
hand at the Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach Jan. 24 to
learn ways to use the Internet
to market their works.
Nelson Burton, vice presi-
dent of Interchanges.com, an
Internet strategy company,
explained how artists can
access social networking sites
like myspace.com and use
them to offer their works to a
broader range of potential
buyers.
One way to do that, Burton,


said, is to send "friend
requests" to sets of people in
different demographics that
are likely to be interested in
purchasing artworks.
Other methods include e-
mail marketing and placing
ads on search engines.
Interchanges.com is a 10
year-old company based in
Jacksonville Beach.
Thursday's lecture was part
of the Cultural Center's "Art
of Doing Business" series.
The next workshop in the
series, "Transform Artwork
into an Image," is scheduled
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 9. For information, call
280-0614.


Center director sought
The Board of Trustees for tions, develops fund-raising
the Cultural Center at Ponte and partnerships, plans pro-
Vedra Beach is looking for an grams and recruits, develops,
executive director to replace manages and retains staff and
Cindy Cooper, who has been board members
with the Center about one Interested candidates can
year. forward their resumes in con-
The executive director over- fidence to
sees the Center's daily opera- ccpvbexec@gmail.com.


AROUND


Concern on townhomes
Some members of the Ponte
Vedra Beaches Coalition as
well as directors of the Ponte
Vedra Community Association
have expressed opposition to a
60-unit townhouse develop-
ment proposed south of
Corona Road.
The project got the county's
OK on traffic issues last week
when it was given a traffic con-
currency permit.
"That's what's wrong with
the whole concurrency thing,
because there is no room on
[State Road] AlA. I don't see
how they got concurrency for
any of it," Mary Kohnke said at
Monday's Coalition meeting.
"It will dump all the traffic
out on Corona Road. This will
have a negative impact on any-
one who lives in Ponte Vedra,"
Cadl Bloesirg,-fornme. president-
of the Coalition, told PVCA
directors, who met Monday
evening.
LGT Holdings bought the 10-
acre parcel west of Sea Winds
Lane for $2.2 million in August.
According to county docu-
ments, the new development
will generate 40 extra vehicle
trips on major area roads dur-
ing peak afternoon traffic
hours.

Dems host candidate
Faye Armitage, the Democrat
candidate for Congressional
,District 7, will address members
of the Ponte Vedra Democratic
Club at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.
A former professor of eco-
nomics, Armitage has lived in
three major metropolitan areas
.of Florida since 1994: the
Tampa Bay area, the Orlando
area and the Jacksonville/St
Augustine area. She is best
known for her national stem
cell research activism
The Ponte Vedra Democratic
Club meets on the first
Wednesday of the month, and
all meetings are open to the


public. For more information,
call club president Barbara
Paterick at 273-5310.

Journalist to speak


Faye Armitage


Author and journalist Alan
-.Emnex wilLdiseuss.hbis:'experi-
ence in Eastern Europe, teadh-
ing journalism arid advancing a
free and democratic media at
6:30 p.m. Feb. 20, in the'
Robinson Student Life Center
(Building 14, Room 1601-1602)
on the campus of the
University of North Florida.
He will also discuss his new
thriller novel, "The Nazi
Hunter," at 7:30 p.m.. on
Thursday, Feb. 21, in room
1314 of the same building.
Both events are free and open
to the public.
Elsner, senior editor and for-
mer national correspondent for
Reuters News Service, will dis-
cuss "Free Press and Free
Market: Transitions in Eastern
Europe" in the lecture. The
speech will highlight his latest
experience as a Knight
International Press Fellow,
when he taught journalism in
Romania, Hungary and
Moldova, countries transition-
ing to a free market economy
with a free press.
For more information about
both events, contact Pam Zeiser
at 620-1931 or Shira Schwam-
Baird at 620-1248


photo by GRAY ROHRER
Kelli Hadd (left) and Jennifer Gate enjoy the patron's grand
opening of Kelly's Irish Pub in the Sawgrass Marriott resort
Jan. 25.

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Nelson Burton (center) greets guests at the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach last week,
when Burton offered strategies for artists to sell their works. With Burton are Kristen Abrahamson
(from left), Gray C. Solomon, Joanelle Mulrain and Carol Keller.


THE BEACHES


Storytelling workshop
Betty Fell will be giving a
workshop at a meeting of the
Beaches League of Storytellers,
scheduled 10:30 a.m. Feb. 9 at
the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch
Library.
The public is invited. For
more information, call the
league's president, Nancy
Avera, at 874-9270

Cruise to help soldiers
A fund-raising dinner cruise
on the Intracoastal Waterway
aboard a 117-foot luxury yacht
is set for Feb. 9.
Hosted by Cap's on the Water
restaurant, the event will bene-
fit the Marine Cpl. Joshua C.
Watkins Memorial Scholarship
Fund at the University of North
Florida.
The fund was established by
Amy Vasquez, whose 25-year-
old son, Joshua C. 'Watkins, was
killed by enemy fire in Iraq in'i,
October 2006.
Funding assists military per-
sonnel returning from active
duty in enrolling at the
University of North Florida,
where Joshua had attended for
three years, and where he
intended to return after his tour
of duty.
The event, limited to the first


100 guests, begins with cock-
tails and hors d'oeuvres at 5:30
pm. Food will be provided by
Cap's, and live music and live
and silent auctions will follow
as the yacht travels up the
Intracoastal.
Tickets are $100 per person
and can be purchased by calling
Vazquez at 742-4552.
Cap's on the Water manager
Sam Spearl, who was Joshua's
best friend, suggested the
restaurant as the site of the
fund-raiser, and Cap's owner
Bernard de Raad offered to cater
the event. Additional sponsors
are being sought to help under-
write the operational costs of
the fund-raiser.

Kayak tour set Feb. 23
You can explore protected
waters, spot birds and wildlife
and escape from the pressures
of daily living by joining Kayak
Amelia -and "the North Florida
Land Trust on Saturday, Feb. 23
for a kayak tour of scenic
Simpson Creek in the
Timucuan Preserve.,
No previous kayak experi-
ence is necessary for the family
event that includes lunch,
instruction, and a two-hour
guided paddle.
Proceeds of the event benefit


the North Florida Land Trust,
which 'is .dedicated to preserv-
ing natural areas and special
places in North Florida.
The $55 per-person cost
includes kayak rental, guided
tour and lunch. Single and tan-
dem kayaks are available, and.
novices, are welcome. Those
who prefer to use their own
kayak pay $35.
Space is limited. To reserve a
spot, call Kayak Amelia at
(904)251-0016.


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Board can start making decisions


- BOOSTERS, from A-1
make a decision as soon as we
can."
Baker said some of the
applicants have come from
the college sector. He said no
one. from St. Johns Couinty
applied.
"We're not sold at going
outside the area [to find a
head coach]," Baker added.
"We will be close to know-
ing who our coach is by early
March. We'd like a long-term
solution."
Ponte Vedra High will hold
spring football practice in


May and will play a varsity
football schedule next fall.
Baker said he won't know
what classification football
will be placed in until after all
students have been regis-
tered. Registration begins
March 31. Sports classifica-
tions are based on enrollment
figures.
During the teacher hiring
process, "priority considera-
tion" will be given to teachers
who can also coach or be a
club sponsor, PV High princi-
pal Craig Speziale said.


"Whatever that coach
teaches, that's what he or she
will be hired for," he said.
"Every hire is tough,"
added Baker, "whether it's the
third science teacher or the
head football coach."
With the election of a
booster club, Baker said he
was happy to check off one
item on his long to-do list
before the school opens in
August.
"The board can now start
making some of my deci-
sions," he said.


Daughter of AB's top cop in Top Model

Local is contestant in CW's America's Next Top Model


Whitney, 20, attended Fletcher High School
and was the water girl for the school's football
team. She has previously performed in Youth of
The Beaches Art Guild productions.
She also sings, dances, acts and plays violin.
The 5'10 brunette began her modeling career
at 15 and was on the cover of the October 2005
issue of Jacksonville Magazine.
She has also modeled for other events in the
area.
The reality show is a weekly series and con-
testants participate in a variety of competitive
challenges, while being judged by Banks and
other judges who are experts in the fashion
industry. Contestants from throughout the
nation compete for the awards in the televised
show.
CW is broadcast on Channel 9 in Jacksonville.


Feb. 17 Beaches marathon will impact many

by LIZA MITCHELL most difficulty for residents nate] routes [for motorists] that
STAFF WRITER during the crush. are not inconvenient to get out
Road congestion is likely dur- "The streets are a little nar- of there," Cameron said.
ing the Beaches inaugural row," Smith said. "That is going Officers will also assist
marathon on Feb. 17 but law to be the hardest to get in and church goers with parking and
enforcement officials- from the out when there are a lot of run- access concerns.
three Beaches cities and ners. There will be times when "There shouldn't be too
Jacksonville said they aim to people can't leave but it won't many inconveniences," Carillo
minimize disruptions and help be [continuously] from 7:30 said.
facilitate traffic flow. a.m. to 3 p.m." Smith said runners in the full
The 26.2 with Donna, The Officers will be positioned at 26.2 mile marathon will join
National Marathon to Fight 1st Street and 16th Avenue with the half marathon partici-
Breast Cancer takes off at 8:30 South to help direct the run- pants on the beach at the
a.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 at the ners to the oceanfront where Jacksonville Beach pier, contin-
Mayo Clinic on San Pablo they will continue north on the uing together to the finish at
Road. beach to Seagate Avenue in the Mayo Clinic.
The eastbound lanes of Runners return to the
JTB will close at 7 a.m. in streets at 16th Avenue
preparation for the 8:30 W ILL YOU BE South and 1st Street and
a.m. starting time. Both on to 25th Avenue
lanes will remain closed South then to 37th
until 3 p.m. when the IMPACTED BY THE Avenue South where
race ends .- . both northbound lanes
SMooristswilbe routed "RUN? SEE MAP OF RUN of AIA will be closed in
to Hodges with officers the afternoon to accom-
positioned at important ROU-TE AT modate runners head-
intersections to facilitate a ROUTE A ing in both directions.
smooth flow. "We don't think this
"We will have them out WWW.BEACHESLEADER.COM is going to be a choke
there to help you get to point. There should be
and from where you need enough room," Smith
to go," JSO Sgt. Coffer said. Neptune Beach. said. "The timing should work
"That is the commitment we've "Neptune Beach has it easiest out."
made but we ask for your coop- of all three Beaches," Neptune Jacksonville Beach and
eration too." Beach Assistant Police Chief Neptune Beach police will
Several police officials gath- Tony Carrillo said. begin issuing prerecorded mes-
ered with event coordinator Racers will exit the sand, sages in the next couple of
and television news anchor heading north on Strand Street weeks reminding residents and
Donna Deegan and Teresa Price to Cherry Street and continu- businesses that street parking
from the Jacksonville Office of ing past the Neptune Baptist will not be permitted during
Special Events to answer ques- Church and on into Atlantic the race hours.
tions and address concerns Beach from 1st Street. Vehicles left overnight with-
from the community about the Atlantic Beach Police Sgt. in the course parameters will be
race Wednesday night. David Cameron said the course relocated by police at no cost to
"If we don't have the answers becomes confusing with all the the owner.
tonight, we will get them for twists and turns in the Atlantic "It won't cost a dime if we
you," Jacksonville Beach Police Beach portion, have to move it," Smith said.
Chief Bruce Thomason told res- The southbound lane of "Overall there will be some lim-
idents attending. Seminole Road and Selva ited access and a little bit on
Jacksonville Beach Police Marina Drive will be closed to inconvenience but we will try
Cmdr. GenePaul Smith urged accommodate the runners but to work with everyone. They
patience and cooperation from officers will be available to are hoping this will be a yearly
residents and business owners assist residents coming and event and we are willing to
affected by the street closures, going from their homes. work with them on any future
He assured them that the agen- "There are plenty of [alter- events."'
cies would be working closely
to minimize any disruptions.
"We have a strong working Reuse the
relationship. We just wrapped
up the air show and we've done
the Blues Fest and now we are neWS...
back here again," Smith said of
the combined efforts of the
Beaches police departments
and the Jacksonville Sheriffs
Office.
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Once the runners cross JTB,
they will proceed north on
A1A. A northbound lane will be
closed to vehicular traffic. The
inside lane will remain open to
allow access for motorists trav-
eling north from Ponte Vedra.
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Other requests part of proposal

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"We've had five years of dis-
cussions and finally have come
to tpe conclusion that this is a
viable alternative to provide
them the parking that's need-
ed," Barbour said.
Ron Cross, executive director
of The Players Championship,
said Thursday that additional
parking is needed to accommo-
date the growing popularity of
the tournament.
"Our hope is to continue to
grow out our local, regional,
and national fan base. As that
happens, we'll be looking at
other [parking] options," Cross
said in a telephone interview..
. Barbour said he had no
information on how much
land it would take to hold
7,500 parking places.
The Web site of a parking
design company, however,
notes that one acre of surface
parking can accommodate 110
to 145 vehicles.
The number fitting on an


acre would depend on "layout,
building codes, access points,
landscaping and lighting,"
according to Parking Design
Group's Web site, (www.park-
ingdesigngroup.com).
Using those estimates, pro-
viding parking for 7,500 vehi-
cles would require 52 acres to
68 acres.
The addition of land along
the Intracoastal Waterway is
one of six proposed changes to
the Nocatee development.
Other changes include:
Annexing part of the
Walden Chase planned unit
development south of Coastal
Ridge Boulevard near U.S. 1.
Commercial, office, and indus-
trial uses are planned for this
area.
Redesignating the land use
of about 20 acres south of the
Racetrack Road extension near
U.S. 1 from rural silviculture to
new town.
Increasing the amount of


affected wetland areas by 88
acres, from 474 to 562 acres.
An additional 1,000 acres
would be preserved to offset
the impact.
Delay the requirement of
providing a southern access to
the Nocatee Preserve. The
access is supposed to be provid-
ed before the completion of
the Racetrack Road Extension
project, which is being built
five years ahead of schedule,
according to the Parc Group.
Expanding the type of
allowed uses within communi-
ty parks to include YMCA facil-
ities and privately owned
sports academies and recre-
ational facilities.
County planner Jason
Cleghorn said Tuesday the pro-
posal is in the early stages of
the review process and it could
take a couple of months before
it goes before the county
Planning and Zoning Agency.


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One of
Budweiser's
Clydesdale horses
shows its teeth
Thursday in
Neptune Beach
prior to embarking
on a promotional
delivery route on
Atlantic Boulevard.


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Whitney Thompson whose father is Atlantic
Beach Police Chief David Thompson will be
taking on the catwalk in the hit television show
America's Next Top Model.
The reality show, hosted and created by former
supermodel Tyra Banks, will air Feb. 20 at 8 p.m.
on the CW network.
The show follows a group of women who are
competing for a $100,000 modeling contract
with CoverGirl Cosmetics and other prizes,
according to the Web site.
David Thompson said this week he could not
comment on his daughter's participation in the
show due to a confidentiality agreement he
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Letters to the editor:


Post office not looking hard enough


AMR',


To the editor:
I would like to say that there
are plenty of places to put a
new Post Office in Jax Beach.
Why can't we have a brand
new "State of Art" Post Office.
How about the property
behind the Fire Department
on 4th st s. and 2nd ave S.
There is an empty lot there!
If Publix can find a place to
put in a new store, at the
beach, you people. are not
looking hard enough. I bet if
you look real hard you could
find one place to put it before
a developer could find a place
to build another un sold
condo building!!! What do
you think????


Places like next to Joe's
Crab Shack. Next to Casa
Marina. Yes I know these
places are all "Ocean Front "
But this is the beach and right
now nothing is there anyway
sooo what.. It's a
"Government" thing A "FED-
ERAL GOVERNMENT" thing
right?? I'd rather pay taxes to
build a new Post Office then
have any more of my taxes go
to some other STUPID
Government wasteful stuff!!!
RIGHT........ So get on it and
start looking and Beach Blvd
Plaza ain't it.

Robin Dannehower
Jacksonville Beach


Partnership plans future classes


To the editor:
Thank you for your wonder-
ful article on "Pattern
Changing for Abused Women"
sponsored by Beaches
Women's Partnership and the
Navy's Fleet and Family
Services.
Our class is now full as we
continue to help women in
need in the beaches communi-
ty find solutions to overcome


life's struggles. Beaches
Women's Partnership and the
Navy's Fleet and Family
Services hope to offer this 14-
week course again in the
future as we continue to strive
to meet the needs of women at
the beach.
Sharon Griffith
Programs Director
Beaches Women's
Partnership


Taxpayers take hit for Wal-Mart


To the editor:
I see that Neptune Beach
Councilman Harriet Pruette is
relieved that the terrible Wal-
Mart won't be building in her
town. She's happy for the hun-
dreds of people that wrote let-
ters and sent out emails wish-
ing for this to happen.
These folks now will have
the long row of vacant build-
ings where Scotties used to be
to enjoy looking at along with
the huge parking lot for the sea
birds to use.
The council will no longer


have to worry about when the
$300,000 from Wal-Mart to
help cover "legal and associat-
ed costs," is coming. Now they
can work on figuring out how
to pass the "costs" on to us
taxpayers.
I personally don't need any
more taxes but apparently
most of the folks Mrs. Pruette
refers to above will be glad to
pay for their "victory" over the
big-bad Wal-Mart.

Jack Morton
Neptune Beach


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How you spend the dash matters


t is a strange experience
getting to know someone
posthumously but this is
how I came to know Matthew
Everett Slate. Through sec-
ond hand stories and from the
eulogies given in his honor,
the cast of characters giving
speeches that day included a
classmate, a coworker, a
brother, and a family friend
and regardless of their differ-
ences in age they all shared a
very consistent message. "He
was an incredible friend."
They didn't mention his
grades, the multiple degrees,
his resume, or his failures;
rather, they spoke of a man
who loved so many souls that
at least 350 of them were in
attendance. Affable, clumsy,
kind, adventurous, dedicated.
These were just a few of the
adjectives sprinkled through-
out the day as they narrated
the life of a 30-year old man
who deeply loved his fiance,
Nicole, and her girls. He
:remembered names and birth-
days and he fiercely loved his
Gators. Above all, they
emphasized his love.
Matt Slate was selfless-sign-
ing a form at some point in
his life indicating that if he
were to die his life could bring
life to others. Many folks our
age wouldn't have the insight
to do so yet but Matt became
an organ donor. In ways, it
appears he was beyond his
years and he was as likely to
have friends in their 30's as he


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SHANNON
ALDERMAN
GUEST COLUMNIST

was to have chums nearly
double his age including an
older gentleman who stood to
give his speech. The man
read from a well circulated
poem called "The Dash" by
Linda Ellis that refers to the
dates left on one's gravestone.
There are two numbers indi-
cating one's birth and death
but it isn't those numbers that
count. It is the dash between
the two numbers signifying
life that are important. "For it
matters not, how much we
own; the cars... the house...
the cash. What matters is how
we live and love, and how we
spend our dash." At the close
of the poem, the author ends
with these last lines. "So,
when your eulogy's being
read, with your life's actions to
rehash, would you be proud of
the things they say, about


how you spent your dash?"
I suppose in the traditional
sense I can't say Matt Slate
and I were friends but by the
end of his memorial service I
was so deeply enamored by
this man of character, honor
and values who helped others
live that for the better part of
two weeks, I have thought of
him as my friend. His last
name makes me mindful that
regardless of past regrets or
future concerns each of us has
24 full hours to live. We all
have a clean Slate to truly live
out our dash. His life brought
meaning to a room full of
mourners and to a hospital
full of strangers. I can only
hope my life resume will read
as strong.
The University of Florida
has a catchy T.V. spot about
the strength of the Gator
Nation. In the commercials,
the graduates say they are off
to "go cure cancer," to "go start
a Foitune 500 company" and
to "g&o'N4T the"Dri'fgret
American novel." Gators do'
great things all over the world,
the ad purports. Matt Slate
was a Gator and he is a living
testimony to that ad. Matt
Slate helped save eight lives in
one day. Way to Go Gator!
Born and raised in Atlantic
Beach, Shannon Alderman is a
freelance magazine and newspa-
per writer and a publicist for Fox
Sports and SportSouth in
Atlanta.


More letters to the editor:

t Heb Scheidel was an incredible man who helped many


To the editor:
This is my tribute to a
Herbert H. Scheidel who died
this week.
Herb Scheidel was a most
notable and outstanding
man. What was remarkable
about him was his incredible
fluency in so many lan-
guages.
Herb spoke the language of
commerce and business. His
innovative approaches, risk
taking, market understand-
ing and plain old-fashioned
hard work brought him suc-
cess he would not have imag-
ined from his humble begin-
nings. His industry brought
English language learning
systems to Asian markets and
contributed to building
bridges that better communi-
cation always engenders. He
learned to call many places
home and to see common
bonds throughout the world.
Herb most profoundly
spoke the language of love.
Anyone who has ever been in
the presence of Miyuki and
Herb is well aware of their
love affair and affection.
Anyone who ever spent time
with Herb would hear about
his children and his dedicat-
ed love and hopes for them.
Later this would extend to
his beloved grandchildren
and the great joy they
brought him. Herb used the
milestones in his children's
lives as goals and wished
above all to see his children
happily married and begin-
ning lives of their own
As an outgrowth of Herb's
love, he most passionately
understood the language of
need. From his first experi-
ence sponsoring the Habitat
house for the Lee family, he
strongly resonated with the
motto of providing a hand-
up to people in need. He fun-


neled his energy into grow-
ing the Beaches Habitat affil-
iate. Herb concluded that
providing affordable housing
wasn't enough to break the
cycle of poverty, but educa-
tion would be the long term
answer. Herb was not just an
idea man, he was a doer and
there's no time like the pres-
ent! Before long, Beaches
Habitat had an innovative
Prep Club for students from
Kindergarten to High School.
He approached first UNF and
then FCCJ to establish
endowments to ensure that
children from Beaches
Habitat homes would receive
full scholarships to complete
college degrees. To allow the
students opportunities to
develop their own sense of
the joy of helping others,
Herb's scholarships are the
only ones to require service.
Herb modeled service by
working alongside his schol-
ars. And they were his
"Scheidel Scholars", not just
names, as he invested time to
get to know each and every-
one. He listened to their sto-
ries and encouraged them.
Thinking how his own
daughters grew from their
Study Abroad experiences in
college, Herb added a first-
ever Study Abroad opportu-
nity to his scholarship. In
perpetuity his philanthropic
efforts will be providing the
gift of education and more.
Herb always looked with a
discerning eye and listened
with a discriminating ear to
hear the needs in our com-
munity.....P.A.C.E. Center for
Girls, Habitat for Humanity
of St. Augustine, H.E.R.O.E.S.
and the Gift of Life were
among philanthropic organi-
zations, in addition to count-
less individuals, that benefit-
ed from his generous sup-


port.
Herb spoke so well the lan-
guage of graciousness &
peace. No where was this
more obvious and evident
that at the sterling annual
holiday party Herb and
Miyuki hosted each year.
Opening up their beautiful
home and their hearts, Herb
and Miyuki ushered in the
season of love by inviting all
their friends to a stunning
evening of lavish food and
drink. Herb's friendships
knew no boundaries of race
or socio-economic group.
Mingling at his stunning par-
ties would be Habitat home-
owners, college students,
members of his company's
Board of Directors, titans of
Jacksonville society and
more. By all accounts every-
one felt honored to be Herb's
friend. One little aside, just
how many people do you
know invite all their relatives
and members of the bridal
party to build at a Habitat
worksite the day before their
daughter's wedding?
Through the years since
our daughters took violin les-
sons together, to years serv-
ing on the Board of Beaches
Habitat to my role of run-
ning the Scheidel scholarship
program at UNF our friend-
ship grew. I was privileged to
call Herb Scheidel my friend
and will always be inspired
by his incredible gifts to the
greater good of our commu-
nity. To say he will be missed
is an understatement; to say
his influence will always be a
part of this community is to
acknowledge an incredible
legacy of a humble man that
spoke so many languages
with such fluency!

Carolyn F. Lane., Ph.D.
Jacksonville Beach


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DAVID SHOAR
GUEST COLUMNIST

Be savvy online

T e Internet is a fascinating
place to work, play and
learn, but we should also be
aware of the risks we face while
being online.
The total loss of reported
Internet fraud nationally for
2006 was nearly $200 million.
The following are a few examples
of types of Internet fraud: Sales
via unsolicited e-mails, news-
group postings, chat room dis-
cussions, Web sites, and online
classified advertisements for
everything from t-shirts to toys,
calendars and collectibles: The
merchandise was not delivered,
was defective, or was misrepre-
sented. Don't buy from a,compa-
ny online whose reputation is
unknown. You should use care
on offers through Internet auc-
tion Web sites that are unknown.
where the sellers never delivered
the items or misrepresented their
value. They also could use what
are termed as "Shills" to drive up
bids and sellers have been known
to raise prices after the highest
bids were made.
Another common fraudulent
scheme is the Nigerian letter or
something similar. The letter
states that you are named in a
will or there is a large amount of
money that needs to be removed
from a foreign country. They ask
for personal financial institution
information under the guise of
depositing money into your
account. They then use this
information to access your
account and withdraw money
instead. You might also receive a
check unsolicited claiming that
.-.ybu area sweepstakes winner and
ybu are asked to deposit, the-
check. Then you are asked to
send a portion of that check back
and after doing so, you find out
that the original check was a
fraud and you are out the money.
that you sent to them.
Please remember the follow-
ing: "If it sounds too GOOD to be
TRUE, it probably IS!"
To avoid being a victim of
Internet fraud: Only do business
with those you know and trust. Be
sure you know who the company
or person is and where it is physi-
cally located. Understand the
offer. Look carefully at the infor-
mation about the products or serv-
ices offered, and ask for additional
information, if needed. A legiti-
mate business will be glad to pro-
vide it; a fraudulent telemarketer
won't. Be sure you know what is
being sold, the total price, the
delivery date, the return and can-
cellation policy, and the, terms of
any guarantee. Check out the
company's or individual's track
record. Call to check for com-
plaint records with consumer
agencies and the Better Business
Bureau. Keep in mind that fraud'
artists can disappear quickly, espe-
cially in cyberspace.
NEVER give your bank account
numbers, credit card numbers or
other personal information to
anyone you don't know or haven't
checked out. And don't provide
information that isn't necessary to
make a purchase.
Know that people in cyberspace
may not always be what they
seem. Someone who is sharing a
"friendly" tip about a moneymak-
ing scheme or great bargain in a
chat room or on a bulletin board
may have an ulterior motive: to
make money. Finally don't click
on an attachment from someone
you don't know or was unsolicit-
ed. Harmful viruses can be trig-
gered by clicking on an attach-
ment without your knowledge
that could wipe out your comput-
er files or hijack Internet service.
If you are a victim of Internet
fraud, you can file a complaint
with the Internet Crime -
Complaint Center at:
http://www.ic3.gov, or with the
National Fraud Information
Center at:
http://www.fraud.org/info/con-
tactnfic.htm. You can file a com-
plaint with the Better Business
Bureau at: http://www.bbb.org,
and you can file a report with your
local law enforcement agency.
I hope these tips will help you
have a good experience with the
Web. For more information go to
the St. Johns County Sheriff's
Office website at www.sjso.org.
Shoar is sheriff in St. Johns County
and may be reached at
dshoar@sjso.org









Fe ruary
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New crematory garden

to open at the Beaches


OBITUARIES


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
With burial space at a premi-
um in Jacksonville Beach's H.
Warren Smith Cemetery and
the Lee Kirkland Cemetery on
Beach Boulevard, city officials
are planning to install a crema-
tion garden designed with
niches to hold ashes.
It will also provide space for
family and friends to remem-
ber loved ones whose ashes
were scattered in the garden
with a plaque.
The City Council last week
authorized the engineering
firm Waitz and Moye to design
a covered stone monument to
be located within the expand-
ed boundaries of the Lee
Kirkland Cemetery, a histori-
cally African American burial
ground thought to hold slave
remains.
Grounds Maintenance
Director Gary Meadors Tuesday
said a similar remembrance
area for cremains will be
included at Ha. Warren Smith
cemetery when the need arises.
Meadors said city officials are
still trying to establish the final
construction costs before they
can assign a price for a single
cremation niche.
"We have to determine actu-
ally how much this is going to
cost as far as some of the mate-
rials we can use to build it," he
said, noting that stone such as
granite or marble can drive up
the price.
Meadors said he visited sev-
eral area churches that offer
private interment of cremains
for exclusive use of church
members with Darlene Smith,
a licensed funeral director at
Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home in Jacksonville Beach.
Smith urged city officials to
consider adding a cremation
garden to give families options
when .making final arrange-
ments.
Meadors said the above
ground structure can be
installed in sections and more
can be added to meet a
demand.
"The best way is to have the
structure in place," he said.
"We can add more if we need
it. Eventually we are going to
run out of [burial] space."
Ongoing improvements at
Lee rKMianTdv'wilTlihcrease the
amotlht:' of available grave
space but Meadors said the
number of additional graves is
not yet determined.
"We are getting closer to
having that number," he said.
At H. Warren Smith


Cemetery, there are a limited
number of single plots avail-
able. City officials last year ini-
tiated a cemetery buy-back pro-
gram to purchase surplus
graves.
Meadors said the city's
inventory nearly doubled,
bringing the number of avail-
able burial plots to about 40
out of an estimated 8,000.
"That's better than where we
were," he said.
Smith said offering shared
space in the historic Lee
Kirkland Cemetery will also
help bridge racial and financial
gaps.
"People may not know that
they can go across the street
because they think it's only a
black cemetery. It will no
longer be a 'black and white'
issue," she said Monday.
"It gives people a choice,
especially if it is a financial.
issue. This gives them some
place to go where cremation is
not thought of as less than a
burial. It's respected as a burial
regardless of cost."
Smith said cemeteries are
including cremation niches to
offer a different option to those
grieving a loss. Many people
request cremation as a dying
wish while others choose that
route because it is less expen-
sive than a traditional burial.
Many who choose cremation
often fail to collect the ashes
because they don't know what
to do with them, Smith said.
Some cemeteries offer single
spaces marked to inter crema-
tions but they are "usually
wherever they can find the
space to squeeze them in,"
Smith said.
At H. Warren Smith
Cemetery, a single cremation
space is $550 with opening and
closing fees ranging from $350
to $450 depending by the day
of the week.
In contrast, a single adult
burial plot is $3,000 with grave
opening and closing fees rang-
ing from $750 before 3 p.m. on
weekdays, $850 after 3 p.m.
and $1,050 on Saturday.
Grave services are not avail-
able on Sundays or city-
observed holidays.
A cremation garden provides
a peaceful place to visit where
the cremains are placed in
.niches orscattered throughout
the garden.'
"Before there was no option
here at the Beach. When all the
road work is done, the Kirkland
cemetery will be gorgeous,"
Smith said. "The area will be a
peaceful place for families to
go. Everybody needs that."


ADELAIDE FLORENCE BROOKS ASHE


r


Adelaide
Florence Brooks
Ashe, 95, died
January 30,
2008. A native
of Philadelphia,
Pa., she was the
daughter of
Harry and


Florence Brooks.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Walter Ashe, and
brother, William Brooks. She is
survived by her daughter,
Marilyn Ashe Wilson; son,
Walter John Ashe; grandchil-
dren, Mark Lewin, Michael
Lewin, Jaret Rogers, Jenna
Rogers, Ian Ashe, Jade Ashe,
Brooke Ashe, Danielle Bernal


and Vernon Ashe; great-grand-
children, Alan Lewin, Jessica
Lewin, Matthew Lewin and
Mason Lewin.
She retired in 1983 from Sears
in Key West, Fla. and moved
with her family to Asheville,
N.C. that year. She was an active
member and Master in the
Chapter Lauerate Omega of
Beta Sigma Phi. She moved in
2006 to Jacksonville to be closer
to her daughter and lived at
Fleet Landing in Atlantic Beach
until her death.
A visitation will be held at 11
a.m. February 4, with a funeral
service starting at 12 p.m. at
Ponte Vedra Valley, 4750 Palm
Valley Road, Ponte Vedra Beach.


JAMES 'DALLAS' COOK


James "Dallas" Cook, 62, of
Jacksonville died January 28,
2008. He was born October 5,
1945 in Eastman, Ga. He was
the beloved brother, father,
uncle, papa and friend to all,
the family said.
He served in the U.S. Navy.
He was employed by and
retired as a mill engineer at
Jefferson-Smurfitt Paper
Factory.
He is survived by his brother,
David Cook; sister, Mary Dodd;
children, Shawn Cook,
Shannon Solano, Tammy Cook
and Tyja Sullivan (Huffman);
eight grandchildren; and many
nieces, nephews, extended
family members and innumer-
able special friends.


He was a lifelong supporter,
,sincere friend and legend at 57
Heaven.
He leaves behind a legacy of
love, warmth and friendship,
said the family. His laughter,
smiles, kisses and dances will
comfort all who knew him.
He attended First Baptist
Church of Atlantic Beach.
Family and friends will gath-
er for Memorial Services at 2
p.m. February 2 at Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home, 1701
Beach Blvd, Jacksonville Beach.
In lieu of fresh flowers, the
family requests live plant
arrangements.
Arrangements by Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.


JOHN M. 'JACK' MCGUIGAN


John M.
S J a c k "
- "McGuigan, 80,
died January
26, 2008. He
was born
September 22,
R 1927 in
Pittsburgh, Pa.,
graduated from
Carnegie Tech in. 1948 and
began a long career with the
Pennsylvania Railroad. He
retired in 1987 from CSX as
Assistant Vice President of
Purchasing and Materials.
Survivors include his wife, J.
Katherine McGuigan; son,
John McGuigan; daughters,
Kathleen McGuigan and
Patricia Manze (Vince);
stepchildren, Ross Beckley,


Jane Lehmann O'Brien (Roger),
Julie Beckley, Bruce Beckley,
Kristin Shannon (Kevin) and
Karin Matlock (Paul); brothers,
James McGuigan and Arthur
McGuigan (Carole); sister,
Nancy Cox; 17 grandchildren;
one great-grandson; several
nieces and nephews; and his
dog, Wilson.
A Memorial Celebration
luncheon will be held at 12
p.m. February 16 at
Jacksonville Golf and Country
Club. In lieu of flowers, the
family requests memorials be
made to the Jacksonville
Humane Society, 8464 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32216.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Family Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


RUBYE HAZEL DIXON PESTILLO


Rubye Hazel Dixon Pestillo,
87, of Jacksonville Beach died
January 28, 2008. A 50-plus-
year resident of Jacksonville,
she owned and operated a
beauty shop on Main Street for
many years. She was a native of
Boston, Ga.
She was predeceased by a
daughter, Hazel Searcy, and is
survived by three grandchil-
dren, Jimmy Searcy Jr. (Kathy),
Jerry Searcy (Jennifer) and Julie
Dukes (Danny); eight great-

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grandchildren, Kristen, Matt
and Ashley Dukes, Brooke,
Erin, Taylor, Rhett and Jimmy
Searcy III; and a son-in-law,
Jimmy G. Searcy.
Graveside funeral services
were held January 31 in H.
Warren Smith Memorial
Cemetery, Jacksonville Beach,
with Dr. Terry Collins officiat-
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PONTE VEDRA BEACH
A 20-year-old man was
arrested Tuesday and charged
with assaulting a police officer
and fleeing and eluding police
after he drove off during a traf-
fic stop Monday in Ponte
Vedra Beach, according to
police. Deputy Jon Elliott
pulled over Chase Wahl on
State Road AlA near
Summerfield Drive at about
noon Monday, Wahl sped off
during the traffic stop, forcing
Elliott off the road as he head-
ed southbound on A1A, a
police report says. Wahl drove
five miles before making a u-
turn, and eventually crashed
his vehicle at the intersection
of AlA and Corona Road,
police said. He was then trans-
ported to Baptist Medical
Center Beaches for minor
injuries. No one else was hurt
in the one-car crash, said Kevin
Kelshaw, spokesman for the St.
Johns County Sheriff's Office.
* *
A set of Jacksonville Jaguars
collector's coins, a watch, and
other items worth almost $275
were stolen from a residence in
the 100 block of East Dolphin
Boulevard sometime between
Jan. 25 and Monday, according
to a police report.

A laptop computer, digital
camera, and a cell phone
worth almost $1,500 were
stolen from a residence in the
700 block of Marsh Cove Lane
Wednesday evening, according
to police.

JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Residential burglary was
reported Jan. 29 in the 200
block of 16th Avenue North.
The occupants told police they
left overnight and noticed the
following morning that a video
game system, Ipod and purse
containing $260 in cash were
missing. There were no signs of
forced entry. Loss is estimated
at $800.

Harland Eugene May, 46 a


transient was arrested Jan. 30
and charged with burglary to a
structure in excess of $1,000,
possession of burglary tools
and tampering with evidence
in the 1900 block of Beach
Blvd., according to a police
report.

Burglary to a business was
reported Jan. 27 in the 1100
block of 3rd Street S. The com-
plainant told police he recov-
ered a blue duffle bag contain-
ing a crowbar and personal
business files. The man said he
found a suspicious suspect on
his back porch at 5:20 a.m. in
possession of the bag. He told
the person who he said
appeared to be homeless that
he contacted police and was
going to retrieve a shotgun.
The suspect fled on foot and
left the bag behind. Police said
the bag contained items from a
business burglarized at 5:06
a.m. The alarm sounded but
the business is on the non
response list because of an
excess of false alarms, police
reported. Police responding to
the business found fresh pry
marks consistent with a crow-
bar and the office in disarray.
Merchandise from the store
was also found outside.
* *
Residential burglary was
reported Jan. 27 in the 1000
block of 9th Avenue North.
Three flat screen televisions, a
computer and other equip-
ment valued at over $6,800
were stolen from the house
while the owners were out of
town. The suspects attempted
to pry open a front window
but were unable to gain access.
Police found a rear door was
found kicked in.
* *
Burglary to a business was
reported Jan. 28 in the 4300
block of South Beach Parkway.
Suspects broke into a construc-
tion trailer and removed
$1,400 worth of tools and
other equipment.
* *


Grand theft was reported
jan. 23 in the 1800 block of 5th
Avenue N. A computer and a
child's bike were stolen. The
loss was $340.
* *
Grand theft was reported
Jan. 19 at a business in the
1900 block of Beach
Boulevard. A 16-year-old
errployee was observed steal-
ing money from the business
by appearing to charge cus-
tomers then failing to put the
money in the register, police
said. The teen admitted to
stealing $1,800 over a period of
months, the report said.

Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported Jan. 23 in the
1100 block of Palm Circle. A
teal 1996 Chevrolet Blazer val-
ued at $3,000 was stolen by a
suspect who had been staying
with the victim. The suspect
told the owner that the car was
left at a fast food restaurant
downtown but it was not locat-
ed.

ATLANTIC BEACH
Burglary to a conveyance
was reported on Jan. 28 in the
1600 block of Selva Marina
Drive, according to a police
report.
* *
Aggravated assault was
reported on Jan. 28 in the 400
block of Sargo Road, according
to a police report. The victim
told police the suspect threat-
ened him with a knife, accord-
ing to the report.

Michael Anthony Siech, 19,
was arrested for fleeing or
attempting to elude law
enforcement officers on Jan. 29
at the intersection of SR9A and
Pulaski Road, according to a
police report. The incident
took place in the 2400 block of
Mayport Road, according to
the report.

Burglary to a business was
reported on Jan. 29, according
to a police report.


Grand theft was reported on
Jan. 29 in the 1300 block of
Violet Street, according to a
police report. The victim told
police his boat, was taken,
according to the report.

Fraudulent use of personal
identity information was
reported on Jan. 29 in the 60
block of W. Fifth Street, accord-
ing to a police report.

NEPTUNE BEACH
Simple battery was reported
on Jan. 29 in the 1200 block of
Penman Road, according to a
police report. The victim told
police the suspect threw a CD
case at her head from a vehicle,
according to the report.

Burglary to a conveyance
was reported on Jan. 30 in the
100 block of Sandcastle Way,
according to a police report. A
GPS unit was taken from the
victim's vehicle, according to
the report.


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SPORTS


February 1, 2008


Panthers in regional final tonight

By ROBERT DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


ROB
DeANGELO
SPORTS EDITOR


$uper Bowl


$unday can


stimulate


economy

F orget rebate checks from
the government. The
Super Bowl might just
provide the economic stimu-
lus that has become Washing-
ton's'latest obsession.
Sales of big-screen TVs and
recliners traditionally peak in
the two weeks leading up to
the NFL's grandest game, and
pizza sales hit their highest
level all year on. Super Bowl
Sunday.
Last year, retailers sold 61
percent more televisions in
the week preceding the Super
Bowl than a week prior.
Having the latest high-defini-
tion, flat-panel, surround-
sound, giant screen on which
to watch the game seems to
inspire plenty of folks to
spend thousands of dollars.
While TV sales are also
high during the Christmas
season, most of the sets are
purchased as gifts and they're
predominantly small- or
medium-sized units.
Come Super Bowl time,
however, the great America
tradition of "bigger is better"
rules.
As for recliners and sofas,
January and February are tra-
ditionally the strongest
months in terms of sales.
After-Christmas discounts
help, but so too do special
promotions aimed at those
planning Super Bowl parties.
Having the "right" furni-
ture is pitched as essential to
a successful party, and in the
past retail chains have hired
folks like former NFL quarter-
back Joe Namath and coach
Don Shula as spokesmen.
And then there's pizza.
Domino's Pizza says its sales
spike 30 percent on Super
Bowl Sunday over a typical
Sunday. Domino's expects to
deliver more than 1.2 million
pies across America for the
big game. '
According to the Associated
Press, the chain stockpiles
ingredients, hires extra help
for game day and schedules
everyone on the payroll to
work that day.
Former delivery drivers
often come back to work for
that one day and its tip-laden
promise.
Domino's also offers special
promotions for Super Bowl
Sunday as another way of
increasing sales.
Rival pizza chain Papa
John's also gears up for Super
Bowl Sunday with extra staff
and ingredients, but oddly
the day is only one of three
top sales days for the year.
The others are Halloween and
the day before Thanksgiving.
Papa John's expects to sell
750,000 pizzas and more than
1 million chicken wings
nationwide on Sunday.
The economy receives
another shot in arm through
wagers on the Super Bowl.
While gambling on sports is
illegal in every state but
Nevada, Las Vegas casinos say
bets on this year's matchup
between the New England
Patriots and New York Giants
could top the $100 million
mark for the first time in his-
tory.
The previous record was
$94.5 million set two years
ago when the Pittsburgh
Steelers beat the Seattle
Seahawks.
Those are the wagers that
are accounted for. Many,
many more millions are bet
through office pools, offshore
sports book web sites and
online casinos.
Sure the Lombardi Trophy
will be up for grabs Sunday,
but for retailers across
America the millions of dol-
lars at stake are the real prize.


Photos by ROB DeANGELO


ABOVE: Nease High's Ashley
Nicol (9) heads the ball over
Lecanto goalkeeper Andraya
Avery for the Panthers' first
goal Tuesday night in the
regional semifinal played at
Panther Stadium. Nease rolled
to a 5-0 victory and will host
rival Orlando Bishop Moore in
tonight's regional final.

LEFT: Panthers goalkeeper.
Catherine O'Donnell boots the
ball downfield after a rare
save against Lecanto. The
senior hasn't seen many shots
in Nease's last two games, an
8-0 shutout of Belleview in the
regional quarterfinals last
week, and Tuesday's 5-0
blanking of Lecanto.


*<._ '


Jags' Taylor is FedEx ground player of the year


FROM STAFF

Jacksonville Jaguars Pro
Bowl running back Fred Taylor
was named FedEx Ground NFL
Player of the Year, the NFL
announced Wednesday at a
press conference in Arizona,
site of Super Bowl XLII.
More than one mil-
lion fan votes welre .,.
cast at NFL.com -
from Jan. 8th
through Jan. )
23th. After tab- /
ulating this sea- '
son's fan voting
the six finalists
were chosen by a ii.I
of NFL experts.
Green Bay quarterback Brett
Favre was named FedEx Air
NFL Player of the Year. In
honor of the Tilylor's award,
FedEx will donate $25,000 to
Wolfson Children's Hospital
(Baptist) in Jacksonville. In
addition, Phoenix Children's
Hospital Foundation in
Arizona will receive a $25,000
donation during the week of
Super Bowl XLII.
Taylor earned the first Pro
Bowl trip of his 10-year career


as he led the Jaguars to an 11-
5 record and the number five
seed in the AFC playoffs in
2007. T.i\ l'i ranked fifth in
the AFC in rushing with 1,202
niiliiiif yards and led the AFC
with a 5.4 average per rush. He
finished the regular season
with five consecu-
0 tive 100-yard
T rushing games,
/ the only NFL
player in 2007
r to accomplish
the feat.
In addition, he
became the 21st
pil.,\ r in NFL history
t,, .iach 10,000 career
rushing yards and set the
franchise's career record for
yards from scrimmage and all-
purpose yards.
Favre and Taylor were select-
ed from among six finalists in
air and ground categories. The
other finalists were New
England Patriots quarterback
Tom Brady and Dallas
Cowboys quarterback Tony
Romo. Minnesota Vikings run-
ning back Adrian Peterson and
San Diego Chargers running
back LaDanian Tomlinson.


Think Ali-Frazier. Or
Affirmed vs. Alydar in horse
racing. That's what tonight's
girls soccer regional final
shapes up as with Orlando's
Bishop.Moore venturing to
Panther Stadium for the third
installment of its fierce rivalry .
with Nease.
In 2006, the Panthers elimi-
nated the Hornets in a regional
title clash en route to a second
straight Class 4A state champi-
onship.
Last year, Bishop Moore
scored about 30 seconds into
the regional final then retreat-
ed into a defensive shell for the
next 79-plus minutes to
emerge with a 1-0 victory.
At stake this year is a trip to
the state's final four in Fort
Lauderdale.
"It's the rubber match, I
guess," said Nease coach Dave
Silverberg following Tuesday's
win over Lecanto in the
regional semis. "Two years ago
we beat them and knocked
them out and last year they
knocked us out. So it'll be the
same kind of game.
"No doubt it will be a 'will'
kind of game, whichever team
has the will to win."
Nease (18-3-4) certainly had
the will to win against Lecanto.
After 37 minutes of utterly
dominating their guests and
controlling the ball, the
Panthers finally cashed in
when Ashley Nicol headed in a
goal off a comer kick.
Just 18 seconds later, Mary
Scott Moore booted a shot past
Lecanto keeper Andraya Avery
to give her side a 2-0 halftime
advantage.
"The second goal was huge,"
said Silverberg, "because if it's
1-0 at the half they're thinking,
'O.K. we took their best shot
and if we get a goal we can
regain momentum.'"
"Two goals [was] pretty
much insurmountable, I
thought, because they were
having so much trouble getting
any kind of attack."
While Lecanto entered the
game unbeaten at'24-0-2, its
top scorers, Ashley Brower with
72 goals and Ashley Irizarry (41
goals), were held completely in
check by the Panthers' defense.
"From top to bottom, this
was our best game," Silverberg
said. "This is the kind of game
a coach loves because everyone
contributed and everyone
played well.
"When we can want to pass
the ball, and want to share the
ball and want to be patient and
allow other people to score,
wow, it makes a big differ-
ence."
In the second half, Lisa
Heise, Stacey Hanburry and
Kristen Kemp each added goals
for Nease.
"I think we'll be ready for
Bishop Moore," said Heise.
"We can't be complacent but
we know how to kick it into
high gear and just get going."
Silverberg said he will
remind players how bitter it
tasted for Bishop Moore to
derail plans for a third straight
championship last year.
"You shouldn't need extra
motivation for a game like
this," he said. "But if you can
find a little bit, it never hurts."







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SBigger may be better, but it's clearly not safer


Bigger may be better, but it's clearly not safer


Twenty years ago, a three
hundred pound lineman
was uncommon in the
NFL. Players of that size were a
precious commodity.
In 1985, America fell in love
with the Chicago Bears'
William "The Refrigerator"
Perry. One of only five players
in the league over 300 pounds,
he was a lovable guy, but also
somewhat of an oddity given
the fact that he was so large,
but was also fairly agile for
someone so freakishly large.
Carrying his team to a Super
Bowl title, Perry became a phe-
nomenon. Now he would be
run of the mill, for there are so
many guys now his size, he
would find himself just fitting
in.
According to ESPN.com,.
when Bill Clinton was elected
President in 1992, there were
only 70 players in the NFL
who tipped the scales at 300
pounds. Now, that number
has grown, with 455 players in
the league who better that
mark.
The average weight of that
Chicago Bears line was 274,
while average weight of a line-
man at the 2004 NFL Pro Bowl
was 317 pounds. At this year's
Super Bowl, each and every
offensive lineman tops the
300-pound mark.
While that added bulk may
good for the team, it is certain-
ly not good for the body. The
added weight puts added stress
on the body, with an increased
risk of heart disease, hyperten-
sion, diabetes, stroke, sleep


Beaches Soccer
League
The Beaches Soccer League is
holding open registration for
its spring season through Feb.
10.
Cost is $60 for the eight-


t


GREGORY
SMITH, M.D.
CONTRIBUTOR


apnea, and degenerative arthri-
tis.
From an orthopedic perspec-
tive, carrying all that weight is
just too much over the long
term for the joints, especially
the knees to handle.
The player may have more
muscle and fat with a resultant
increase weight, but the carti-
lage that lines the joint does
not increase in its thickness.
Therefore it just has to simply
bear the heavier burden, and it
wears out faster.
Joint replacements are often
the end result. A study by the
NFL showed that its players are
five times more likely to suffer
from sleep apnea, the disorder
that took the life of Hall of
Famer and former Green Bay
Packers legend Reggie White
The NFL has always promot-
ed the concept of gladiators
doing battle, and the American
public loves the idea of these


week season, which begins in
mid-March. BSL is a recreation-
al soccer league for children 4-
12 (players must have been
four years old by September of
2007).
Games are played at 5:30


behemoths going at each
other.
The NFL has even tied into
the bigger is better belief by
partnering with Hardee's on a
hamburger that has two-thirds
of a pound of beef, and con-
tains 100 grams of fat, and
1,400 calories.
In some ways, the league is
hypocritical in the stances that
it takes. Don't do drugs. Don't
do steroids. Just eat yourself to
death.

Question: Dr. Smith, I am
an avid rider, but my hands
go numb when I am cycling.
Got any thoughts?
Answer: Symptoms of bicy-
cling-induced ulnar tunnel
syndrome are commonly seen
in people who do a lot of rid-
ing. The combination of pro-
longed gripping and constant
leaning on the handlebars can
lead to sustained pressure on
the ulnar nerve, which causes
hand weakness and sensation
changes most commonly in
the fourth and fifth fingers.
Patients will often report
that they have begun to notice
that it is becoming more diffi-
cult to do fine motor tasks
with the hand (such as writing
and picking up change) and
that their last two fingers are
numb. This is different from
carpal tunnel syndrome which
causes numbness in the first
three fingers.
A study of 169 participants
in a bicycle touring race found
that 22 had complaints of
hand numbness and weakness


p.m. on Tuesday or Thursday
evenings at San Pablo
Elementary School.
Registrations accepted at
Soccer Stop, 1518 N. 3rd St. in
Jacksonville Beach during regu-
lar business hours. For more
information contact Mike
Levine at 635-8969 or
levinem@duvalschools.org.

Belly Dance Fitness
A fitness class will be offered
at Hollie's Dancin' Dream,
13595 Atlantic Blvd. beginning
Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 6:45 p.m.
Courses are low-impact and
geared for all ages and levels of
fitness. Cost is $10 per class.
-Fgrnimbre information phone
Stephanie at 285-7969.
Fitness Camps
Registration is now open for
Beach Girls Fitness, an outdoor
fitness program for women of
all fitness levels.
The fitness camp involves a
total bddy workout designed to
help women lose weight, gain
energyand boost self-esteem.
Camps take place Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays at 5:30
a.m. and 8:30 a.m. for one hour
each and are for women only.
There is a new co-ed class on
Tuesday and Thursdays begin-
ning at 7 a.m.
For more information phone
Pushpa Duncklee at 403-9568.
or visit beachgirlsfitness.com.
Fishing
The Jacksonville Offshore
Sport Fishing Club's 8th annu-
al El Cheapo sheepshead tour-
nament and fish fry will take
place. Saturday, Feb. 23 at the
Mayport public boat ramp.
Entry fee, including captain's
dinner, is $60 per boat prior to
Feb. 15 and $80 thereafter.
Entry fee for the new junior
angler division is $10.
Grand prize is a 16-foot
Lowe Jon boat, 25-hp, 4-stroke
Mercury motor and
Loadmaster trailer valued over
$8,000. Cash and other prizes
will be awarded through 15th
place.
For more information, visit
www.jaxfish.com or contact
Frank Joura at (904) 465-4552
or via e-mail at FJoura@bell-
south.net.


of at least one week's duration,
while nearly 10 percent report-
ed that they had had symp-
toms for almost six months.
Treatment of bicycle-
induced ulnar tunnel syn-
drome usually involves rest,
splinting, padded gloves and
anti-inflammatory medica-
tions. The duration of symp-
toms often signals the likely
duration until recovery; that is,
the longer you have it, the
longer it takes to get better.
Riders are encouraged to seek
changes in position with the
handle bars such as leaning on
the elbows instead of the
hands.
Question: Dr. Smith, I got
kneed in the thigh playing
basketball. Although is was
hard to walk and run, I fin-
ished out the game. When I -
got home, I kept my knee
straight and put ice on it
overnight.. I am still sore, and
it's been almost a week. What
should I have done different-
ly?

Answer: Once you were hurt,
you should have definitely
called it a night and stopped
playing. A deep thigh contu-
sion leads to damaged muscle
tissue and bleeding.
Continuing to try and tough
it out only made things worse.
Next to occur in the cascade of
events following injury is an by
an inflammatory response and
attempted healing through scar-
ring. I agree with putting ice
on the muscle to try and reduce
this response, but you made a
small error keeping your knee


Gate River Run
The official Gate River Run
entry forms and training
schedules are now available for
the 31st running of
Jacksonville's signature run-
ning event on Saturday, March
8.
More than 17,000 people
annually take to the streets in
Jacksonville's largest participato-
ry sporting event which
includes four popular races
through some of the city's most
scenic neighborhoods.
Gate River Run is the site of
the USA 15K Championships
for the 15th consecutive year,
and attracts a t op.ld oflr
class Americanrrunners-ra ng
for more than $65,000 in prize
money. For the fifth year, the
Equalizer Bonus will award
$5,000 to the first male or
female to cross the finish line.
Forms and schedules may be
obtained at gate-riverrun.com
and online registration is avail-
able. A complete training guide
is also available.
This year, for the first time
ever, the race will finish on the
field inside Jacksonville
Municipal Stadium.
For more information on the
Gate River Run and compan-
ion race day events, visit
www.gate-riverrun.com or
phone 731-1900.

Lacrosse
Face Off for a Cause, a col-
lege lacrosse event that bene-
fits the Wounded Warrior
Project, will take place
Saturday, Feb. 16 at Fletcher
High School, 700 Seagate Ave.,
in Neptune Beach.
The event features two of
the top NCAA lacrosse teams
as the University of Delaware,
battles University of Maryland
Baltimore County beginning
at noon. That will be followed
by a women's game featuring
Rollins College and Pfeiffer
University.
Face Off for a Cause was cre-
ated by Nease boys lacrosse
coach Jack Francis to help
raise money for men and
women who have served in
the armed forces and been
injured in protecting
America's freedom.
Tickets are $15 and are
available at jaxlaxsports.com.


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Evans creates tribute to Beaches surfing history


By JENNIFER KNOECHEL
STAFF WRITER
Inspired by his friends, his
family and years of travel-
ing for surfing, Buddy
Evans is creating a tribute to
local surfing.
Evans, 37, has signed pho-
tos and surfboards from local
surfers in what he calls a
"mini surfing museum" at his
family's restaurant, Eddie
Bahama's, located at 314 First
Street North in Jacksonville
Beach.
"In all these little beach
towns in Hawaii and
California, like Oceanside,
Cal., there are
mini museums
just about the
surfers from that
area," Evans
said.
"I always
thought we
needed that
around here."
Evans is also
donating memo-
rabilia to Mitch k
Kaufmann who
is creating an
exhibit dedicat-
ed to the history
of surfing in
Jacksonville for
the Beaches
Historical
Society.
Kaufmann
said the exhibit
will focus on ull
surfing in the
1960s with a
timeline of local
surfing through the present.
The exhibit is planned to run
from mid-June through the
summer.
"Buddy's collecting pics of
all the prominent surfers who
have come and gone in a wall
of fame," Kaufmann said. "It's
a neat surf history museum."
Jacksonville Beach surfer
Eric Rheaume's broken board
he surfed on en route to the
bronze medal in the Pan-Am
Games in 2003 is hanging on
the wall at Eddie Bahama's as
well as a magazine cover
signed by Karina Petroni of
Atlantic Beach. Petroni is surf-
ing on the women's World
Championship Tour this year.
"Anybbdy who breaks their
board and brings it in to hang
on the ceiling we'll give a free
bir aid fish biirrito," Evans
said. "Word is starting to get
out. We've had lots of surfers
stopping by and searching for
their memorabilia to bring,
in."
Eddie Bahama's is named
after Evans' stepfather, Steve
Edwards, whose nickname is
Eddie Bahama. The family
owned the Island Grill ocean-
front restaurant in Jackson-
ville Beach in the mid-1990s
until they sold it when Evans
was diagnosed with category
four testicular cancer in 1998.
"They told me I wouldn't
see 28," Evans said.
Evans had surgery to
remove his left testicle and he
went through experimental
chemotherapy for a year and
a half when tumors were also
found in his kidney, liver and
stomach. Evans said he has
been in remission for nearly
10 years and is in the medical
history books for largest bulk
tumor disease and fastest
recovery under the care of
oncologist pr. Troy Guthrie at
Shands Jacksonville.
He was also told that he
probably wouldn't be alle to
have children.
"I got down on my knees
10 years ago and prayed that I
would one day be a father,"
Evans said while holding his
10-month-old son, Merrick.
"He is an absolute miracle."
Evans and his wife,
Morgan, named their son
William Merrick Evans after
surfboard shaping legend Al
Merrick, whose brand of
board is Channel Island
Surfboards.
"Al Merrick has been my
sponsor since 1991 and he's
still my sponsor," Evans said.
"He is an amazing sponsor.
He and his family wrote me a
letter while I was in the hos-
pital and donated Merrick
surfboards to raffle off to help
pay for my chemo. He doesn't
forget about you even if
you're the old guy surfing in
the senior men's division. I
honored] him by naming my
son Merrick, which also
means, king of the sea."


Evans grew up in
Jacksonville Beach and has
been surfing since he can
remember. But life started out
as a struggle for Evans even as
a child, when he was diag-
nosed with osteomyelitis, an
infection of the bone, and
had to wear braces on both
legs.
He recovered and started
surfing amateur events
through the East Coast
Surfing Association [ESA].


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Evans won the southeast
regional championships while
he was going through chemo
and placed third in the U.S.
Championships of Surfing in
1999.
Two months later, he was
surfing in Jacksonville Beach
after Hurricane Floyd and
broke three vertebrae in his
neck.
"I got lucky again," Evans
said. "If I had nine lives I fig-
ure I probably have about five
left."
After surfing into the finals
of the ESA East Coast Champ-
ionships in Cape Hatteras,
N.C. for 20 years, Evans final-
ly claimed a
championship in
2007. He won
the senior men's
division short-
board competi-
tion.
"Me and Mitch
and Jason Motes
spend a lot of
time developing
our youth and
we usually have
lots of surfers in
the finals and we
always have a
few champions,"
Evans said.
"We surf the
older events, too,
so it was really
great to win with
all of the kids
there and all of
Ire the people I've
u I been surfing
with since I was
a kid. We are a
family. Having this 'surf
museum', is a homage to local
surfing."


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Beach Walk and Talk
A Beach Walk and Talk
will be held from 10 a.m.-12
p.m. Feb. 4 at Hanna Park in
Atlantic Beach. The meeting
place is parking lot 8. A
guided tour of the ocean-
front park, part of the Great
Florida Birding Trail, will be
held. The program is for all
ages, but some terrain makes
it inappropriate for strollers.
There's a park admission fee
of $3 per vehicle up to six
occupants, plus $1 per each
additional person.

Beaches Branch Library
The Beaches Branch
Library, 600 Third Street,
Neptune Beach, offers free
movies. February films
include a series of Godzilla
movies selected by library
patrons. Film showings
begin at 5:30,p.m. in the
Claiborne Community
Room. For films and dates
information, Call the library
at 241-1141.

Brown Bag Lunch
The GTM Research Reserve
holds its February brown bag
lunch lecture at 12 p.m. Feb.
1 in the Environmental
Education Center's auditori-
um. The lecture, presented
S by GTM Research Reserve
S volunteer Peggy Friedman,
will feature "Stephen Crane's
Shipwreck: Diving for
Literary Treasure." There is
no cost to attend the lecture;
those who do are simply
asked to bring their lunches
and questions. For informa-
tion, call 904-823-4500.

Sunset Kayak Tours
Friends of the Guana
Tolomato Matanzas National
Estuarine Research Reserve
(GTMNERR), in partnership
with Ripple Effect Ecotours,
offers three Guana River
kayak tours in February.
Two-hour sunset explo-
rations of the GTM Research
Reserve will be held from
4:30-6:30 p.m. Feb. 2 and
Feb. 16. A sunset/full moon-
rise tour takes place from
5:30-7:30 p.m. February 19.
The cost of each is $45; the
tours are appropriate for ages
12 and up. Reservations
must be made in advance.
Call Ripple Effect Ecotours at
904-347-1565 to reserve a
space. For information and
additional tour dates, go to
www.rippleeffectecotours.co
m.

Pow-Wow Family Day
Pow-Wow Family Day at
The Cummer is offered from
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 2.
Admission is free, courtesy
of BlueCross BlueShield of
Florida. The entire family
will be exposed to Native
American culture. There will
be art making, artists and
live entertainment based on
"A Kiowa's Odyssey: A
Sketchbook from Fort
Marion" exhibition. For
information, call 904-355-
0630.

Plant Pull
Fort Clinch State Park
hosts an exotic plant species
pull at 9 a.m. Feb. 2.
Participants will meet at the
Ranger Station parking area
and work until 12 p.n,. to
remove invasive non-native
plants. Sturdy footwear, a
sun hat and long pants are
suggested and be prepared
to get dirty. Minimum age to
participate is 12, and maxi-
mum group size is 15 peo-
ple. Contact Cliff Joyce at
clifford.joyce@dep.state.fl.us
or 904-277-7274 to sign up.

Water Festival
Children and their fami-
lies are invited to the ninth
annual Water Education
Festival from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Feb. 2 at Jacksonville's
Museum of Science and
History (MOSH). MOSH will
be filled with interactive dis-
plays and activities, all
designed to teach the impor-
tance of Florida's water and
natural resources to children.
Admission is free.

Duval County Art
Teachers Exhibition
Work in a variety of media
by Duval County artists runs
through Feb. 13 in the
Alexander Brest Gallery at
Jacksonville University.


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Boston's Dennis Lehane.


Lehane to


speak Feb.


8 at Flagler


FROM CONTRIBUTOR
Best-selling author Dennis
Lehane will speak Friday, Feb.
8, as part of Flagler College's
Writers-in-Residence program.
The free event is 7 p.m. in
the Flagler College Auditorium.
Lehane has written several
novels, including "Mystic
River," which was made into
an Academy Award-winning
film starring Sean Penn and
directed by Clint Eastwood.
Another Lehane novel
recently adapted for the screen
is "Gone, Baby, Gone," which
gamed a best supporting
actress nomination for Amy
Ryan.
Martin Scorsese and
Leonardo DiCaprio are current-
ly working on-the movie adap-
otation of the Lehane thriller,
"Shutter Island." The film ver-
sion will be released in 2009.
"It's very exciting to wel-
come Mr. Lehane," said Jim
Wilson, Ph.D., associate profes-
sor of English and director of
the Flagler College Writers-in-
Residence program.
"His literary and popular suc-
cess promises to make this a
very big draw for both the
Flagler College community and
the region at large."
Lehane's short stories
include "Until Gwen," which
was selected for inclusion in


photo by ANTHONY HODGE
A cast of 22 takes the stage today for the opening production of Al Letson's "Julius X." Tickets are $18 and $15. Call 249-0289.




Letson's 'Julius I' opens today


FROM CONTRIBUTOR
Players by the Sea
Community Theatre opens
"Julius X," a swift and
enthralling political thriller
by nationally known play-
wright Al Letson at 8 p.m.
today at 106 6th St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach.
Tickets are $18 and $15.
Directed by Barbara -
Colaciello Williams and
inspired by Shakespeare's
"Tragedy of Julius Caesar,"
"Julius X" amalgamates the
lives of Caesar and slainI v
civil rights leader Malcolm-
X, creating a powerful tale
of betrayal.
The play's opening coin-
cides with the first day of
Black History Month. It was
originally commissioned by
the Baltimore Theatre
Project.
Said The Baltimore Sun
Times, "Playwright Al Letson
offers a classic and classical-
demonstration not only of


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Shakespeare's infinite adapt-
ability, but also, thematical-
ly, of how allies can become
assassins and how the strug-
gle for power can turn
toxic."
Letson, weaves the text of
Shakespeare with African
mythology, the history of
the civil rights movement,
slam poetry, and hip-hop
beats.


The poetry ranges from
Shakespearian soliloquies to
slam poems utilizing a cast
of 22 actors.
"In true mix-em-up fash-
ion, Al Letson has taken the
violence, politics and other-
worldliness of Shakespeare's
'Julius Caesar' and smashed
it into the history, and
mythology of Malcolm X,
creating a spoken-word tale
of Harlem in the 1960s,"
another Baltimore critic
said.
"Conceptualizing that
place, the place in-between,
and creating that world
through the set, movement,
costumes and lighting,
that's what will help the
audience cross over into the
poetry," said Williams about
the play's hybrid nature.
The cast features poets
Larry Knight as Brutus and
David Girard as Cassius,
both of whom were last
seen on the Players stage in


photo submitted
Ponte Vedra Beach artist and photographer Anthony Hodge will create a "live" painting on
Wednesday, Feb. 6, during the First Wednesday Art Walk. Hodge will also be exhibiting paint-
ings and prints from his "My Blue World" (above) and "International Painting" series.



Create your own emergency kit


T rue or not, it certainly.
seems there are more
natural disasters today
than ever before.
Torrential rains, hurricanes,
flooding, tornadoes, and.
snow storms along the east-
ern seaboard seem to make
headlines every year. If one
of these struck in your neigh-
borhood, would you be pre-
pared?
Do you have everything
you need in case of a fire,
flood, earthquake, tropical
storm or other emergency?
The Boy Scouts aren't'.the
only ones preaching the idea
of being prepared.
The American Red Cross,
the federal government, and
your local emergency officials
all suggest you prepare a sur-
vival kit for you and your
family and stow it in a safe,
dry place. So what should go
inside your kit?


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Preparing an Em
Kit
Survival experts w
you there is not one
emergency kit. Your
should be tailored to
sonal needs of you i


family, particularly any
medical needs. Aside from
prescription medications,
everything you need for
your kit can be purchased
, .at a sporting goods, dis-
count, drug or grocery
Store.
Here are a few things you
should' keep in mind when
preparing your kit:
1. All items should be
L". [ ( I packed inside individual,
sealable plastic baggies to
ER and keep them dry.
2. If the medications that
RRIN you take have a shelf life,
e' always keep the newest
medication in the kit. As
you finish your medication,
ergency use the one in your kit and
replace it with new medica-
'ill tell tion.
perfect 3. Inventory and repack


kit
o the per-
and your


See BE JANE, B-2


"Griot: He Who Speaks the
Sweet Word," which they
co-wrote with Letson.
Joining them are Douglas
Anderson School of the
Performing Arts graduates
Freddy Odinga Tripp as
Julius X, and Steven
Anderson as Marc Anthony.
Miranda Lawson, a Pelican
award winner, p4aysI-Pifs'-
and newcomer Deltoiya
Goodman, also a Douglas
Anderson grad, plays
Calpurnia, Julius X's wife.
Letson recently bested
more than 1,400 others to
win the Public Radio Talent
Quest. He recently complet-
ed a pilot for potential fur-
ther development into a
national radio program.
A recipient of a 2005
Florida Artist Grant, he has
become nationally recog-
nized for his soul-stirring,


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See LEHANE, B-2


ALHAMBRA photo
Michele Scully in the role of Lois Warner and the W.C. Green as
Del Delmonoco in a scene from the Alhambra Dinner Theatre
production of "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do." The musical runs,
until Feb. 10 at 12000 Beach Blvd. See Theatre Notices, B-2.


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THEATRE NOTICES


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Cast members of "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan," are from left, Sonia Simpson, Katie Metz, Libra Gysel, Cliff Rigsbee, Karen
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Be Jane: Flashlight, food, water and first aid kit


Cont. from B-1
each kit quarterly. Make sea-
sonal adjustments and try to
keep the kit small and light.
4. Pack supplies in back-
packs and include enough for
three days for each adult and
child.
5. Do not include weapons,
toxic chemicals, or controlled
drugs (unless prescribed by a
physician.)
6. It is always a good idea to
pack an additional emergency
kit of first aid supplies, flash-
light, water and such and
keep it in the truck of your
car, just in case.
Your kit should also include:

Flashlight ,
Flashlight with extra batter-
ies, to find your way if the ':
power is out. Until you are
certain that there are no gas
leaks, do not use candles or
any other open flame for
emergency lighting.
Battery-powered radio
Battery-powered radio to
provide news about the emer-
gency that may change rapid-


ly as events unfold. You also
will be concerned about fami-
ly and friends in the area and
radio reports will give infor-
mation about the areas most
affected. Also keep extra bat-
teries. Or use a hand-cranked
radio, which is cheaper than a
battery-powered one; some
even feature built-in flash-
lights and chargers for cell
phones.
Plastic sheeting and duct
tape
Plastic sheeting and duct
tape for sheltering-in-place
verses evacuation.

Food
Your kit should include
enough npn-perishableQod.
to sustair,,you (and youy fami-
ly) for at least three days ;
(three meals per day).
Choose foods that require
no refrigeration, preparation
or cooking, and little or no
water such as ready-to-eat
canned meals, meats, fruits,
and vegetables; canned juices;
and high-energy foods such as
granola bars, protein bars, etc.


Water
Keep at least one gallon of
water per person available, or
more if you are on medica-
tions that require water or
that increase thirst.
Store water in plastic con-
tainers such as soft drink bot-
tles. Avoid using containers
that will decompose or break,
such as milk cartons or glass
bottles. Rotate your water
every few months by using it
to water your plants and then
refilling with fresh water.

First Aid Supply Kit
First Aid Supply Kit, as rec-
ommended by the Red Cross,
a first aid kit at a minimum
.oild include: absorbent
i.'o '. 5X9" dressing,
assorted sizes of adhesive
cloth tape (5 yards/17quot;),
antibiotic ointment packets,
antiseptic wipes, packets of
aspirin, non-latex gloves scis-
sors, roller bandage 3", sterile
gauze pads and first aid
instructions in a booklet.
Additional tools and sup-
plies


Paper plates and cups, plas-
tic utensils, non-electric can
opener, personal hygiene
items including a toothbrush,
toothpaste, comb, brush,
soap, contact lens supplies,
and feminine supplies, plastic
garbage bags and ties (for per-
sonal sanitation uses), at least
one complete change of cloth-
ing and footwear, including a
long-sleeved shirt and long
pants, as well as closed-toed
shoes or boots.
If you wear glasses, keep an
extra pair in your kit. You
may also want to keep some
cash and a credit card in your
kit.
Admittedly, no one likes
thinking about disasters. But-
by preparing well you can cre-
ate peace of mind. Consider it
like your other insurance poli-
cies-something you will
never actually need but are
glad to know you have, just in
case.
. For more great project infor-
mation and advice, please
visit us at www.BeJane.com.


"THE RIDE DOWN
MOUNT MORGAN" The
Arthur Miller production is
staged at 8 p.m. today and
Saturday at the Altantic Beach
Experimental Theatre, 716
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach.
Tickets are $15 and $12. Call
249-7177 for information.

"BREAKING UP IS HARD
TO DO" This musical is
staged at 8 p.m. every Tuesday
through Sunday and 11 a.m.
every Saturday and noon every
Sunday through Feb. 10 at the
Alhambra Dinner Theatre,
12000 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Doors open two
hours prior to curtain. Tickets
*range from $39 to $46 for din-
ner and the show. Call 641-
1212 for reservations.

"A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S
DREAM" KIDZfactory pres-
ents an adaptation of the
Shakespeare classic at 10:30
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday at The
Limelight Theatre, 11 Old
Mission Avenue, St. Augustine.
Admission is $3 for children
and students, $5 for adults.
Call 825-1164 for information.

JESUS CHRIST SUPER-


Lehane:

Cont. from B-1
"Best American Short Stories
2005." He has also written
plays and worked on episodes
of the HBO drama "The Wire."
He was born and raised in
Boston.
Flagler's Writers-in-Residence
program has hosted a variety
of popular writers over the
years, including Tim O'Brien,
W.D. Snodgrass, Robert Olen
Butler, Connie May Fowler and
Gerald Stern.
Other speakers for the 2008
series include:
Feb. 11, 7 p.m. Mark
Jarman
Feb. 18,. 5 p.m. -
Constantine Santas
Feb. 28, 7 p.m. Rick
Campbell
March 12, 5 p.m. Liz
Robbins
April 9, 7 p.m. Kent Shaw
The Flagler College
Auditorium 'is located at 14
GJ,.iadj St.;.All Writers-in-g
Residence e\ Ent rts-nir free aTqd-
'open to the public, but seating '
is limited and is on a first-
come, first-served basis.


STAR
Open auditions 1 to 5 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 18, for the
Alhmabra Dinner Theatre pro-
duction. Seeking principal and
chorus performers. Run date
April 9-June 1 at 12000 Beach
Blvd. Call 641-1212.

THE UNDERPANTS -
Open auditions for the
Players by the Sea play are 5
p.m. Feb 10 and 7 p.m. Feb 11
.Show dates May 2-4, 9-11,16-
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Theater at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6. Tickets range in price


Children's Events at Barnes
& Noble
Eight children's events will be
offered in February at the
Barnes & Noble in St. Johns
Town Center. The number to
call for information is 904-220-
2720. The events are:
eFeb. 1 at 10:30 a.m.-
Children's Story
Time/Groundhog Day.
*Feb. 2 at 2 p.m.-A special
activity based on The
Dangerous Book for Boys.
*Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m.-
Children's Story
Time/Valentine's Day.
*Feb. 9 from 12-1 p.m.-
Fancy Nancy Party.
*Feb. 15 at 10:30 a.m.-
Children's Story Time/Perky
Penguins.
*Feb. 22 at 10:30 a.rn.-
Children's Story Time/Dental


FOR THE KIDS

Health.
*Feb. 23 from 12-1 p.m.-
PAWsitive Pets reading assis-
tance program featuring four-
legged friends.
*Feb. 29 at 10:30 a.m.-
Children's Story Time/Our
Funny Bodies.

Discovery Art Class
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve hosts a children's art
class from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 2
for youngsters ages 11 to 14.
The class will focus on begin-
ning drawing of dragonflies
and provide a dragonfly craft
activity for students to take
home. The class will be taught
by Jean Drayovitch. Cost to
attend is $45, payable in
advance. All materials are sup-
plied, but students should


bring a brown bag lunch. Call
904-635-0941 to reserve a seat.

Wacky Wednesdays
Lee's Ice Cream and KYDS
presents Wacky Wednesdays at
Lee's Ice Cream, 299-2 Atlantic
Blvd., Atlantic Beach on early-
release school days. Feb. 6 is
"Be My Valentine." Youngsters
can make a Valentine while
enjoying a Lee's Strawberry
Shortcake Sundae and shop-
ping KYDS sweet and sassy
Valentine collection. Feb. 20 is
"Tattoo You," with local tattoo
artists applying temporary tat-
toos to the kids, who can enjoy
a Lee's Root Beer Float and
shop the KYDS Spring 2008
Collection. For information or
directions, call Lee's at 904-
339-0442. All Wacky
Wednesday events are free.


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Helping young people
interested in the arts is
the goal of the
National Society of Arts and
Letters.
With 23 chapters nation-
wide, the NSAL sponsors a
competition once a year in
one of six categories: dance,
music, art, voice, drama, liter-
ature and newly added musi-
cal theater.
The North Florida Chapter
of the NSAL will have its
competition in voice this
year. The competition will
take place at 10 a.m.
Saturday, March 8, at the
Friday Musicale, 645 Oak
Street in Jacksonville.
The top prize is $1,500 and
a all-expenses-paid trip to the
national convention May 15-
17 in Bloomington, Ind.'
The second prize is $750,
and the third prize is $500.
The prize at the national con-
vention will be $10,000 and
opportunities in this chosen
field.
Applications to compete
must be received by Feb. 15.
For an application, contact
Barbara Sarvis at 285-2196 or
by e-mail at
barbarasarvis@aol.com.

FOCUS Cummer and the
Friends of the Ponte Vedra
Library will present a pro-
gram, "Tour of the Cummer
Museum of Art and Gardens,"
led by chief curator Jeanette
Toohey.
This program will be con-
ducted at the Cummer and
not in a slide show at the
library as most programs are.
Call Bruce Bunt at 543-9468


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for reservations'
Did you know that the
Cummer has a program for
junior docents?
Middle and high school
students learn to present art
to their peers and museum
visitors, leading tours and
learning about exhibitions.
The new exhibition, "A
Kiowa's Odyssey: A
Sketchbook from Fort
Marion," opened last week.
Learn about the life of
these early Americans and,
their life on the Plains and
their incarceration at Fort
Marion in St. Augustine. The
exhibit runs through March
16.

The Jacksonville Museum of
Contemporary Art opened
"Contemporary Visions: A
Focus on Jacksonville
Collections" last week featur-
ing four separate exhibits
including sculpture, installa-
tions and paintings.
The exhibit runs through
April 6. Music has been added


to the schedule of events
being offered at the museum.
On Feb. 24 in the theater a
special concert will feature a
performance in contemporary
music.
Philip Pan and Rhonda
Cassano of the Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra will be
joined by JSO colleagues in
the presentation of 20th and
21st century music.
This is also a free Family
Bonus Sunday ArtFusion from
noon to 4 p.m.
The museum started a new
docent training class this
week. This is an eight-week
class and welcomes volun-
teers training. Call Cathy
Fitzpatrick at 366-6911, ext.
212.
A talk by George Kinghorn
will take place on Thursday,
Feb. 28, for seniors at 2:30
p.m. RSVP by Feb. 19 to 366-
6911, ext. 208.
* *
"Florida Captured in
Oils," new works by Henry
Von Genk III will open
Friday, Feb. 8, at Stellers
Annex in Neptune Beach. A
reception will be held from 6
to 9 p.m. Call 247-7200 for
information.

First Street Gallery xill
open a new exhibit the same
night, Friday, Feb. 8, featuring
the works of Linda Olson at
116-B First Street, Neptune
Beach.
* *
The Beaches Fine Arts Series
will hold its inaugural March
Music Madness Fundraiser
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March
1, at the Wilson Center for


the Arts, at Florida
Community College's South
Campus.
Tickets are $75 per person
and include food, drinks and
live music by the Kelly-Scott
Quartet and a silent auction.
For information contact
www.BeachesFineArtsSeries.or
g.
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra recently pub-
lished a new brochure for art
classes for adults and chil-
dren.
The beginning date for the
next session is March 3.
Included are special work-
shops such as grant writing,
the business of art design,
experimental and mixed
media classes for adults.
Sculpture, ballet, baton
training are a few of the class-
es offered for children.
Call 280-0616 or contact
www.ccpvb.org for informa-
tion.

The Wall Art Gallery will
open "Plein Air" on Feb. 13
with a reception from 6 to 8
p.m.
En Plein air is a French
expression which means "in
the open air," and is particu-
larly used to describe the act
of painting outdoors.
By studying the light, the
artist captures the scene as
effected by the time of day,
weather and season. A recep-
tion will be held from 6 to 8
p.m. at 122 8th St. So.,
Fernandina Beach. Call 491-
6305.
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photo submitted
"Spirits Watching," by David C. Driskell, is part of "Legacy Continuum," an exhibit of two Washington, D.C.-based African-
American artists running at the University of North Florida gallery through Feb. 21. The exhibit also features the work of Jefferson
Pinder, an assistant professor at the University of Maryland. For gallery hours, call 620-4038.


Letson:

Cont. from B-1
multidisciplinary work. An
accomplished performance
poet, Letson has appeared on
HBO's "Def Poetry," CBS's
2004 Final Four pre-game
show, and in a Sony trade
show commercial.
In 2000, Letson won the
Atlanta Grand Slam, and fin-
ished third at the National
Poetry Slam.
Letson's relationship with
Players by the Sea extends
over a six-year period when
his solo show, "Essential
Personnel," was presented in
the Grace Darling Studio
Theater.
Players also produced
Letson's poetical "Chalk" in
November 2005 at University
of North Florida's Lazarra
Theater.
"Julius X" marks the first
time that a Letson play has
been part of Players Main
Stage Subscription Series.
Williams, who hails from
New York, is the former
advertising director for Andy
Warhol's Interview magazine.
She has partnered with
Letson for the past seven


photo by ANTHONY HODGE
"Julius X" amalgamates the lives of Caesar and slain civil rights leader Malcolm X. *


years.
She will be performing her
solo show, "Life on the
Diagonal," at Players in
March prior to premiering it


at New York's Theaterlab.
"Julius X" runs at 8 p.m.
today and Saturday and at 2
p.m. Sunday.
Additional performances


are Feb. 8, 9, 15, and 16 at 8
p.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb.
10.
Call 249-0289 for reserva-
tions.


photo submitted
Conductor Fabio Mechetti and the Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra returns to the concert stage this weekend. See below.

CONCERTS

APPALACIAN SPRING
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra celebrates it return to
the stage with a performance of Copland's Appalacian Spring at
7:30 p.m. today and Saturday at Jacoby Symphony Hall in the
Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, 300 W. Water Street,
Jacksonville. Words on music begins an hour before the concert.
Tickets range form $25 to $65. call 355-5547 for information.

PIPE OkGAN CONCERT
Ken Cowan performs at 3 p.m. Sunday at Jacoby Symphony
Hall in the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts, 300 W.
Water Street, Jacksonville. Tickets are $15. Call 355-5547 for
information.

COLLEGIATE JAZZ
The Koger-Matteson Jaxx Festival is held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday in Lazzara Hall at the University of North Florida, 4567
St. Johns Bluff Road. S., Jacksonville. Call 620-2878 for informa-
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the R-rated comedy "Strange Wilderness." The film opens today at theaters.


Regal 18
The Eye. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., Noon, 2:30, 4:50, 7:25,
10:20.
Over Her Dead Body. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:20, 2:50,
5:05, 7:30, 9:50.
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Strange Wilderness. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:15, 2:50, 5:05,
7:50, 10:05.
* *
How She Move. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 9:40.
Meet the Spartans. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:25, 2:55,
5:15, 7:40, 10:00.
Rambo. Rated R. Fri.-Thurs.,
12:05, 2:35, 5:00, 7:45, 10:15.
Untraceable. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:10, 3:55, 7:15, 9:45.
27 Dresses. Rated PG13. Fri.-.
Thurs., 1:00, 4:05, 7:55, 10:30.
Cloverfield. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., 12:20, 2:45, 4:55, 7:35,
9:50.
Mad Money. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:05, 4:20, 7:10.
First Sunday. Rated PG13. Fri.-
Thurs., 3:50, 9:30.


There Will Be Blood. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., Noon, 3:30, 7:00,
10:25..
The Bucket List. Rated PG13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:15, 4:15, 7:40,
10:35.
National Treasure: Book of
Secrets. Rated PG. Fri.-Thurs.,
12:30, 4:10, 7:10, 10:10.
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Torres spins your favorite Top
40 songs in the Tiki Bar.
Every Saturday the Infader
spins Top 40 music and Mash
Ups. Live music and UFC pay-
per-view in the OC liquor store.
$12 premium cocktail pitchers
and $15 premium L.I.T. pitch-
ers are offered. $2 Miller Lights
all night. NFL tickets are avail-
able all day in the OC liquor
store on Sundays.
Enjoy industry standard
Sunday nights with: DJ Capone
spinning dance and live video
'in the OC Bliss, Lonely spin-
ning rock & roll in the OC
liquor store and Pili Pili playing
live. reggae oceanfront in the
Tiki Bar. $1 wells and $3 premi-
ums offered. More information
available at -www.oceanclub-
jax.com.
Paco', Mexican Grill, 331
1st St., Jacksonville Beach, 208-
5097, Matt Still plays every
Thursday, live music is per-
formed every'Friday. 74 Sound
System Reggae DJ's every
Saturday.
Happy Hour Monday to
Friday from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Sunday offers NFL drink spe-
cials and bottomless mimosas.


Charlie Walker will entertain Thursday, Feb. 7, at Twisted Sisters,
Beach, from 7 to 9 p.m. Call 241-6453 for more information.


The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach. 904-249-
3338, Tonight DIJ Jade spins old
wave and 80's retro from 10
p.m. to close. Oh the other side
DJ Infader plays hip hop and
Top 40 songs form 10 p.m. to
close.
Every Saturday DJ Marco
entertains with Top 40 and
dance tunes from 9 p.m. to 2
--a.m. He is joined by DJ Wes
Reed spinning 80's, remixes
and mash-ups from 10 p.m.
until close.
-AcotsTiC rock with Charlie
Walker, Funktion and Acme in
the main bar every Wednesday.
Thursday night is ladies night!
All ladies drink for free 10 p.m.
to 1 a.m. $2 Miller Light and $3
cocktails are offered while DJ
Infader and DJ Wes Reed spin
hip hop and retro. Happy Hour
is Tuesday to Friday from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m. with two-for-one
cocktails and $1 off all sushi
rolls in the newly opened sushi
bar. More information available
at www.the-atlantic.com and
www.myspace.com/atlanticjax.
Bo's Coral Reef, 201 5th Ave.
N., Jacksonville Beach, 246-


9874. DJs and female imperson-
ators weekly.
Culhanes Irish Pub, 967
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
249-9595, Happy Hour is eyery
Tuesday through Friday from 4
p.m. to 7 p.m. Every
Wednesday enjoy Ptb Trivia
beginning at 7:30 p.m. At 8 p.m.
every Thursday enjoy the video
DJ. Live music is performed
every Friday at 9 p.m. For more
information visit www.cul-
hanesirishpub;com.
Fly's Tie -:rish Pub, 177
Sailfish Drive, Atlantic Beach,
246-4293. Seth Ramsdell,
Songwriters' Night from 9:30
p.m. to close. Tuesday; Pili Pili,
reggae from 9:30 p.m. to close.
Wednesday feature the Wes
Cobb Band from 9:30 p.m.
Fionn Maccool's Irish Pub
and Restaurant, 333 First St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. 242-
9499. Happy Hour with Spade
McQuade, 7-11 p.m. Sunday.
Ron Perry, 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Comedy 8 p.m. and Jimmy
Solari, 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Eighties Night with live music


photo by HAL NE
1266 Beach Blvd., Jackso


from Freeze Frame, 9
Thursday.
Freebird Live, 200 N. I
Jacksonville Beach, 246-
Sister Hazel performs an a
show tonight. Tickets are
able online. Saturday
2 Anybodys Fault perf
Showtimes information
able online. Tickets availa
door. More ticket and per
ance information is avail
www.freebirdlive.com.
Mackenzies Steakhous
-Sawgrass Village Drive, -
Vedra Beach, 543 -9143
Hurley performs tonight
ing at 8 p.m. The Johnsto:
performs Saturday, Feb.
Sunday, Feb. 3 beginning
p.m. More'information
able at www.mackenzies
house.com.
'Ocean Club, 401 1st
North, Jacksonville B
Tonight and every Frid
ladies night with no
charged. $3 Smirnoffs all
. DJ Wes Reed spins hip
dance, electro and remi:
the OC Bliss room. DJ G


Twisted Sisters Cafe, 1266
-q Beach Blvd,, Jacksonville Beach,
241-6453. Nate Holly, acoustic
EWSOME on Tuesdays. Live acoustic
nville music and wine tasting on
Wednesday. Ladies Night with
reggae, is held on Thursdays.
Josh Wilhoit performs from 7-9
p.m. p.m. on Fridays. Johnny Flood
performs from 7-9 p.m. on
Saturday.
1st St.,
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avail-
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forms. Jacksonville Beach. Jocelyn &
avail- the Geronimos host Karaoke-A-
able at Go-Go every Tuesday. Service
rform- industry drink specials offered,
able at $2 premiums, drafts, 'bottles
and house wines. Everybody
else drinks $3 wells and $2
e, 100 domestic drafts. All sushi rolls
Ponte _are $1 off.
.Will
Wistart- Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N. 1st
n Duo. St., Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
2 arid is held at 9:30 p.m. every
at 8 Sunday.
avail-
steak- Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 3rd Street S., Jacksonville
Beach. Karaoke every Tuesday,
Street Wednesday, Saturday and
Beach. Sunday with a contest at 11
Jay -is p.m. every other Thursday.
cover
night. Spare Time Tavern and Grille,
hop, 1728 3rd St. N., Jacksonville
xes in Beach. Karaoke every
3eorge Wednesday.


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Age: both 4 years old
Weight: 180 pounds each
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Breed: Great Dane
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What's in a name...


Personality traits and quirky behavior help to

give your pet a unique and individual name


When it comes to naming
pets, "Bear" beats "Tiger,"
"Pepper" tops "Patches" and
"Max" comes in at No. 1.
A survey of veterinarians by
the American Society of
Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals found that Max is the
most popular pet name in the
United States today.
A review of thousands of
names found that Max is fol-
lowed by Sam, Lady, Bear and
Smokey, in that order.
Shadow comes in at No. 6,
Kitty at No. 7, Molly at 8, Buddy
and 9 and Brandy at 10.
Pepper is No. 15, Tiger is 18
and Patches, 27. At the bottopi
of the list of 30 pet names is
Buster.
No matter how much time
and thought you give to select-
ing a name for your pet, bow-
wow.com suggests that you keep
in mind a few issues while
you're mulling a moniker for


Henfling
Favorite Food: they both
love cheese
Favorite pastime: walking
on the beach, car rides and
visiting the dog park


Hobbie & Tarak are a very sociable and love to meet new
people and dogs especially when they are walking on the
beach or at the dog park. When they are not socializing
with others they love to chase 15irds on the beach. Other
favorite pastimes include taking long car rides, relaxing at
home inside or out and of course they love treats.

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Cotes dii Rhones among most

underpriced wines in France


Cotes du Rhone is one of
the most misunderstood
names in wine.
Although it is a name often
attached to the entire Rhone
Valley, it is more commonly
known as a simple wine dis-
tinct from the more complex
wines of the northern Rhone
Valley.
We find ourselves trying
more and more Cotes du
Rhones because of their value
- they are among the most
underpriced wines in France.
Unfortunately, you never
know what you will get: A
complex wine that can be
aged or a limp wine with rag-
ing acidity and little fruit?
An appellation since 1937,
Cotes du Rhone is most often
made in southern Rhone.
However, wine producers
often use the name to identify
wines that don't meet the
standards required to use a
label identifying a top-level
appellation, like Hermitage or
Chateauneuf du Pape.
Using this broad description
allows producers great flexibil-
ity, but not a lot of incentive
to produce outstanding wines.
Northern producers, like
Guigal, use syrah while most
of the producers in southern
Rhone depend on grenache,
carignane, cinsault and
mourvedre. There is very little
white wine made in this
region.
About 90 percent of the
wine from southern Rhone
Valley is labeled Cotes du
Rhone. The more respected
wines with higher standards
are called Cotes du Rhone
Villages, a designation that
allows the producer to attach
one of 16 villages to the label.
The more popular of these
include Rasteau, Cairanne and
Seguret. We've found these
wines to be more profound,
age-worthy and still reason-
ably priced.
These are some terrific wines
that can be enjoyed now or
cellared for just a few years.
Producers often vary the blend
depending on the success of
the harvest, so the wine can
vary from year to year. The
2003 wines were outstanding,
but current vintages offer a
good selection. These wines
are generally full-bodied
enough to serve with meat
and serious pasta dishes.
Chateau Beaucastel
Coudoulet de Beaucastel


TOM MARQUART
and PATRICK DARR
'The Wine Guys'

2005 ($30). Made by the
Perrin family one of the
most respected producers in
the Rhone Valley -
Coudoulet comes from grapes
grown just outside of the
Chateauneuf du Pape appella-
tion, so it's considered a
generic Cotes du Rhone. The
white Blancc) is an aromatic
and complex wine made from
marsanne, viognier, bour-
boulence and clairette grapes.
We like the red blend of
grenache, mourvedre, syrah
and cinsault oodles of black
cherries,; black berries and
licorice.
M. Chapoutier Belleruche
2005 ($12). A blend of
grenache (80 percent) and
syrah, this is a well-structured
wine with fine tannins, cherry
notes and hints of spice.
Domaine Charvin Cotes
du Rhone Le Pontet 2004
($23). Grenache, mourvedre
and syrah are the grapes of
choice for this well-respected
producer. Lots of cherry and
black berry flavors with great
structure and body one of
our favorites.
Domaine de Font de
Michelle La Font du Vent
Notre Passion 2004 ($15).
The Gonnet family is very
well respected in the Rhone
Valley and this softly textured
wine is why. Their passion,
the Cotes du Rhone is an even
blend of grenache and syrah.
Lots of forward cherry, black-
berry flavors with a hint of
black pepper and currants.
What a great value.
Domaine Santa Duc Les
Quatres Terres Cotes du
Rhone 2004 ($15). We are
fond of Santa Duc's gigondas,
but this Cotes du Rhone
speaks terror. More complex
than many Cotes du Rhone, it


has gamey black berry and
strawberry flavors, ripe fruit
aromas, and an earthy charac-
ter. Long, rich finish. It shows
well now but will easily age of
another 5 years.
Domaine Santa Duc
Rasteau Cotes du Rhone
2003 ($18). A big, full-bodied
Cotes du Rhone, this is one
that will benefit from aging.
Blended with grenache (80
percent), syrah and mourve-
dre, it enjoys a long fermenta-
tion. Unfiltered, it has big tan-
nins, blackberry fruit and
spice.
Domaine Santa Duc Vielles
Vignes ($13). Light, ripe berry
flavors and just a pleasant
drink.
Guigal Cotes du Rhone
2005 ($12). We used to buy
this by the case when it was
$8 a bottle in the 1980s. Still a
great buy, it has ripe, sweet
berry fruit, pepper and a soft
mouthfeel.
Paul Jaboulet Cotes du
Rhone Villages 2004 ($15).
Sweet cherry and black berry
fruit dominate this simple and
juicy Cotes du Rhone.
Pierre Usseglio Cotes du
Rhone 2005 ($15). Made
.mostly from grenache grapes,
this has good complexity for
the price. Spicy aromas fol-
lowed by generous dark berry
fruit and pepper.
Domaine du Bois de Saint
Jean Cotes du Rhone 2005
($16). Very juicy, ripe black-
berry fruit and long finish.
Domaine Grand Veneur
Reserve Cotes du Rhone
2005 ($15). Medium body
with sweet kirsch notes,
smooth texture and good
spice. An easy drink, it's
meant for early consumption
but could age for a few years.
This producer also makes a
Cotes du Rhone Villages that
at $18 a bottle is a steal if
you can find it.
WINE OF THE WEEK
Veramonte Reserva Pinot
Noir 2005 ($15). When we
first saw this new release from
Chile, we wondered why in
heavens the well-known pro-
ducer would be making pinot
noir in this part of the world.
Then we saw that Paul Hobbs,
one of the most respected
winemakers in California, was
a consulting winemaker. No
wonder the wine is so good.
Bright cherry and strawberry
flavors, good tannins to make
it a match for food.


your furry friend.
Remember that the name
you choose will used dozens of
times a day to call, praise and
perhaps scold.
Pick a name the pet can eas-
ily recognize. Animals respond
better to one or two syllable
names.
Choose a name that's both
easy to call out and one that you
are happy calling out. Calling
out "Jack" or "Zoe" in the park
may be far less embarrassing
than calling out "Mister Barky
Von Schnauser."
For dogs, avoid names that
sound like the standard com-
mands of "no," '"stay," "sit,"
"come," "down" or "fetch." For
example "Joe" is probably too
close to "no."
If chodsing a long name,
keep in mind the shortened ver-
sion.
The pet's breed or heritage
can provide some useful inspira-


tion. For example, you may
decide to name, your Siamese cat
"Ling-Ling" or your German
shepherd "Wolfgang" or
"Edwina."
Waiting a few days to study
your pet's behaviour can help
pick the right name, for exam-
ple, Scamp, Perky, Friendly,
Lazy-Boy, Scooter or Tip-Toe.
Pick a name that will grow
with the pet. For example
"Kitten" may be less appropriate
for a full grown cat.
If you have other pets in the
house, try to have a distinctive
sounding name for your new
pet. You don't want "Lefty" to
get confused when you call
"Hefty."
If you name a new pet after
a dear departed pet, don't expect
the animal to become an identi-
cal one to it.
Sources: bowwow.com, pet-
peoplesplace.com and info-
please.com


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In the month of
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addition to collecting over
$1200 in donations. The
month of January has started
out the New Year positively
with a total of 29 animals
finding new homes. We have
also collected $645 in dona-
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Control staff is working with
County Administration to
develop a new Volunteer pol-
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Volunteer Orientation will be
on Friday, February 1, from
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ROIT E HOME
SA green home can still have a greatdesign





A green home can still have a great design


KATHRYN WEBER
HOME COLUMNIST
W we've heard about the
world environmental
crisis and global
warming for years now. And
while the pundits were debat-
ing whether our environmen-
tal world is flat or not, the cri-
sis arrived at our doors. Sadly,
we're already seeing alarming
impacts occur like polar
bears becoming extinct in the
wild in the near future. We
can't put off the environment
and hope everyone else uses
fluorescent bulbs. No, the
time is now to limit our
impact on our one and only
Earth. Fortunately, living
green can translate to all areas
of our lives, including home
design. Here are six ways to go
green around the house and
still enjoy good design.
1. Be cool. Keeping a home
cooler can reduce electrical
usage. Besides lowering your
thermostat in winter and rais-
ing it in summer, always opt
for Energy Star appliances and
make selections for your
home with electrical usage in
mind. For instance houses
with black roofs use up to 30
percent more electricity to
keep them cool than houses
with light-colored roofs. Even
selecting LCD TVs versus plas-
ma is a cool choice. LCD TVs
aren't as hot as plasma TVs
and many LCD TVs carry the
Energy .Star, making, them
more- efficient. -Be thinking
about this when TV signals go
digital in 2009.

2. Go natural. Natural build-
ing materials are so much
more pleasing to the eye and


are very popular now. Unlike
composite materials that
require more energy to make
and that often off-gas
unhealthy chemicals, natural
building materials keep your
home's environment cleaner
and more pleasant. Opt for
stone, clay, wood, glass and
metal when selecting surfaces
and building materials.

3. Paint clean. Hands down,
my favorite brand of paint is
Benjamin Moore. I prefer the
quality of Benjamin Moore
paints to other brands and I
am especially impressed that
they offer paints that are very
low in VOCs (volatile organic
compounds). It's wonderful to
be able to purchase top-shelf
paints that are gentler to the
atmosphere. As environmen-
tal awareness grows, we'll see
more mainstream paints go to
low- or no-VOC. Benjamin
Moore offers EcoSpec with
zero VOCs and the new Aura
brand is low-VOC, combining
quality with a conscience.

4. Buy organic. Cotton is a
wonderful fabric, but it
requires tremendous amounts
of chemicals to produce. From
fertilizers, water and defo-
liants, getting cotton to mar-
ket is taxing on the earth.
Look for organic cotton when
buying sheets and towels to
minimize the impact of chem-
icals in the environment. Buy
at-Gaiam.com and thecompa-
nystore.com.

5. Bamboo up. The one
plant found on every conti-
nent except Antarctica is bam-
boo. It's one of the world's
most versatile materials.
Bamboo can be used for build-
ing, for flooring and it can be
made into fabric. Bamboo
sheets and towels are wonder-
fully soft, absorbent and
durable. Bamboo is one of the
most easily replenished build-
ing materials, too, making it a
good choice over wood,
which is much slower growing
and harder to replace. Look
for bamboo towels at .
Landsend.com and sheets at
Target stores nationwide.

6. LED the way. Lighting is
another energy drag on the


photobywww.getdecorating.com
This living room makes use of lots of natural materials. From timbers on the ceiling to stone on the floor, natural finishes and sur-
faces don't emit VOCs making for a healthier home environment and healthier atmosphere and look great. Using natural materi-
als is just one way to have good design and be environmentally sensitive at home.


environment and our house-
hold budgets. Many people
have begun changing from
incandescent light bulbs to
fluorescent. But there is an
even better choice and that's
LED lighting. LED lights last
longer and can use up to half
the light that a fluorescent


bulb uses. The prices are com-
ing down, too, and are a little
more costly than fluorescent,
but well worth buying. LED
lights can last up to 10 years
and are cool-burning. Go to
.ledlight.com for bulbs and
check your favorite home cen-
ter.


Make a stand for Mother
Earth and make green choices
around your home. The polar
bears are worth it and so are
our children and grandchil-
dren.
Kathryn Weber is a home
and decorating columnist who
publishes the Real Home


Ezine. For more information,
go to www.kathryn-weber.com
or email questions to
Kathryn@kathryn-weber.com
or write to her at P.O. Box
531, Cuero, Texas 77954.
Please include your email
address or a SAS for a reply.


MEETINGS


Friday
Brown Bag Lectures:
Brown Bag Lectures take place
from 12-1 p.m. the first Friday
of each month at the GTM
Reserve Environmental
Education Center, 505 Guana
River Road. Attendees should
bring lunches and questions.
The lectures are free and open
to the public. For informa-
tion, call 904-823-4500.

Exchange Club: The
Exchange Club of the
Jacksonville Beaches meets
from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at Selva
Marina Country Club, 1600
Selva Marina Drive, Atlantic
Beach. For information about
speakers and programs, the
club website is
www.jaxbeachexchangeclub.c
om. The club's e-mail address
is info@jaxbeachexchange-
club.com. For information
about the club or to join, con-
tact Jack Morison at 904-318-
7162 or at
jmorison@jaxbeachexchange-
club.com.

MS Support: A multiple
sclerosis support group meets
from 1:30-3:30 p.m. the first
Friday of each month at the
Beaches Public Library, 600
Third Street, Neptune Beach.
Friends and family are wel-
come. For information, call
Diana Lain at 246-8841.

Recovery, Inc.: Recovery,
Inc., a mental health support
group, meets at 6:30 p.m. at
St. Paul's Catholic Church's
Family Life Center, 578 1st
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 247-3299 for" informa-
tion.

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


Yoga at Cobalt Moon:
"Building Your Practice" is
offered at Cobalt Moon for
those interested in deepening
their yoga practice with new
postures, breath and body
awareness. The class is held
from 9-10 a.m. For informa-
tion, call program director
Kristen DiCarlo at t525-5867
or visit the Cobalt Moon Gift
Shop.

Saturday
Adopt-A-Rescued-Kitty:
Kittens and cats that have
been veterinarian-checked
and tested, and that have
shots and been neutered, are
available for adoption from
12-6 p.m. at PetCo at Atlantic
and Kernan boulevards.

Contra Dance: "Contra
Dance" at Cobalt Moon Water
Studio is offered from 8-11
p.m. the first Saturday of each
month. It's for regulars and
newbiess." The caller, Charlie
Dyer, introduces and breaks
down each dance before start-
ing so no experience is neces-
sary. Live music is provided by
Full Circle, and refreshments
are available. Call Kristen at
525-5867 for information.
Overeaters 'Anonymous:
Overeaters Anonymous meets
at 9:30 a.m. every Saturday at
Christ Episcopal Church,
Ponte Vedra Beach. For infor-
mation, call 632-9301.

Prenatal Yoga Classes:
Prenatal Yoga Classes are held
at 9 a.m. Saturday at Tranquil
Waters in Neptune Beach and
5 p.m. Sunday at Ocean Yoga
in Atlantic Beach. For infor-
mation, call Certified Prenatal
Yoga Instructor Dana Peacher
at 372-0116 or visit
www.dancingposeyoga.com.
Yoga for Athletic
Enhancement: "Yoga. for
Athletic Enhancement" is
held from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at
Cobalt Moon Center, Neptune
Beach. The class, taught by
Michael and dedicated to
those pursuing athletic goals,


will help improve quality of
life. For information, call pro-
gram director Kristen DiCarlo
at 525-5867 or visit the Cobalt
Moon gift shop.

Sunday
Breathing For Peace:
Breathing For Peace, an intro-
ductory meditation class, is
offered 'from 1-2 p.m. at


Cobalt Moon Center, Sky
Studio, 217 First St., Neptune
Beach. Taught by instructor
Carol Lutker, the class teaches
methods of breathing medita-
tion to help increase relax-
ation and concentration while
bringing health benefits and,
inner well-being. The fee is
$50 for six weeks or $9 per ses-
sion. Call 386-793-3013 for


information.

Buddhist Teaching and
Guided Meditation: Each
Sunday, from 10-11:30 a.m., a
different topic applicable to
improving daily life is taught


by Buddhist teacher Carol
Lutker at Cobalt Moon
Center, 217 First St., Neptune
Beach. The donation is $9, $5
for students. For information
and other class times, call
386-793-3013.


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502-5717

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Saturday, Feb. 2, 12n-2pm ,
Woodland Forest !!


2262 Hunters Haven Ln ................
Priced $30K below appraisal. 3/2 with 1700 sq ft. Immaculate, move in
condition. Open floor plan with vaulted ceilings & split bedrooms. Wood
floors and new carpet in master. Large yard with lake views.
.,.For more info, contact Fay at (904)463-7782
./M(S, Dir- From Beach Blvd, go south on Kernan
I- to right at Hunters Haven.
V ,Re/Max Coastal Real Estate



OLD ATLANTIC BEACH
Steps to the Ocean Access


OPEN

HOUSE ,.
Sat. 10-2
220 12th St
Atlantic Beach,


Enjoy the beaches lifestyle in this 5BR/4.5BA home. Meticulous y uilt and
renovated with top-of-the-line materials and cabinetry. Classic look is
captured with beadboard and beam ceilings, custom 5 panel wood doors
and 'Arts and Crafts" front entry. $1,459,000 (lowered $240,000)
Neil McGuinness Realtor 904-509-7582
Office 904-280-1555 neil@sawgrassgrouprealty.com
SAWGRASS GROUP REALTY


PONTE VEDRA BEACH *
Nice 3/2, garage, fenced yard, screened
porch, new roof, hardwood floors. Only
$199,900. Possible lease purchase. All
closing costs paid. Call June @ 994-3608,
Remax Advantage.
SELLER PAYS all closing costs, off Gir-
vin, 4/2, 1900sf, remodeled, $233,500.
Independent Brokers & Assoc., Inc.
247-4333, 710-3111.
S. JAX. Bch, Built in 2000, 3/2, tile floors,
plantation shutters, Sunshine Park neigh-
orhood. $374,500. Call 728-2191.
FSBO, RARE Beaches Marshfront, Gor-
geous views, 5BR/3.5BA, walk/ bike to
beach, Priced to sell. $879,900. Call
233-8024.
WATER FRONT Marsh Landing
4BR/3BA, pool, all upgrades, comer lot,
wood floors, new roof, 1 story, 2 family
rooms, 3500 sqft,, 193 Linkside Circle,
(904)655-1993., $865,000.


Jax Bch, 3/2, Ig den, hardwood floors, new
carpet in bedrooms, W/D. Lg comer lot.
Ready to move in! $299,000. 602 11th St.
North, (904)553-2918.

JAX BCH, 1011 24th St. N. 3/2.5 w/large
master, downstairs study, kitchen island
w/gas cooktop, two car garage. Builders
home, near ICW, no thru traffic, 2350sf.
$397K. (904)860-3239.


EXCLUSIVE ATL. BCH POOL HOME.
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.
514-1090.
*


3BR/2BA, OAK Harbour, huge fenced-in
yard, all new inside, 4 blocks from boat
ramp, ample parking for boat, RV. Priced
to sell. $178K. 246-0737.
ISLE OF Palms, JB, 3BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
rage. New: roof, appliances, carpet, paint
tile & A/C. Great location to the Beaches
and JTB. $244,000 OBO. 759-2349.


FAIRFIELD
WATERFRONT
Beautiful 3/2 on lagoon w/ hardwood & ce-
ramic tile floors throughout. Lg scr. porch,
2 car gar., family room, dining room, kitch-
en. Cul-de-sac in gated community.
$459,000. Call owner for appt. 285-5432,
307-6555.


(0)2562 7 (04)285-488
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VILA ONTHEHARBOUR
195' of bulkheaded water-
front w/40' floating dock.
Tuscany style, 4BR/4.5BA
+ study, Theatre rm, smart
house, screened pool/spa.
$3,195,000. KIm Martin-
Fisher
BUILD DREAM HOME
75' x 460' lot directly on the
Intracoastal Waterway.
Deep water access, gor-
geous tree filled lot with
expansive views to the
north & south $850,000.
Susan Fort
OCEANFRONT
Totally private with 59'
porch Bright, well kept,
2BR condo partially furn-
ished. Many new features
+ ocean views from every
room. $619,000. Howard
Batten
PLANTATION OAKS
Custom home on Ig lagoon
lot. Open floor plan w/large
rooms, volume ceilings &
walls of windows
4BR/4.5BA plus 1BR/1BA
guest apt. Pool/spa.
$1,239,000. Susan Fort
MARSH LANDING
New construction in Har-
bour Island Estatest Rich
wood & marble floors,
stunning granites, textured
walls, exquisite pool &
breathtaking views.
$4,750,000 Michelle Floyd
GORGEOUS ICW LOTI
100' x 240' deep water
access with bulkhead
located In the heart of PVB.
Perfect opportunity to build
the home you have always
dreamed of. $850,000.
Susan Fort
SENIDRLIVING
2BR/2BA in Cypress
Village. New Karastan
carpet & wood floors,
plantation shutters & wood
blinds, enclosed sunroom,
Corlan tops & much morel
$334,750. Elise Bourne
WATERFRONT & GOLF
No better location than this
spectacular Marsh Landing
home Adjacent to the
beautiful 17" with approx
250' of scenic waterfront
views $1,160,000 Michelle
Floyd Jayne Hoffman


MARSH LANDING
Beautiful and private
location with marsh front
pool. Thick granite slabs,
gleaming wood floors, vista
views, 2 fireplaces, crisp &
clean. 3,181sf. Priced at
$799,000 Michelle Floyd
SHOWS LIKE A MODEL
One story home, excellent
4BR/3BA, 2,518sf with
beautiful conservation lot
and plenty of room for a
pool. 3CG with parking for
two and extra storage.
$669,000. Len Knight
GRAND CAY VILLAS
A great find In Ponte
Vedral 2BR/2BA condo,
tile floors & screened patrol
Close to swimming pool &
w/I walking distance to
local shops & restaurants
$203,900 Michelle Floyd
OCEANFRONT ESCAPE
4BR/3BA home, com-
pletely renovated. Hdwd
firs, granite c-tops, new
apples, a/c & windows.
New deck & fresh paint.
Dry sauna, 2CG.
$1,499,000. David Darch
STUNNING IN OLD PVI
Beautiful renovation 4/5BR,
3.5BA. Chefs kitchen,
wood floors, dramatic
lighting, large yard on golf
course. Close to clubs,
Ready for move inl
$1,450,000. Ellse Bourne
MAJESTIC PALENCIALOTI
Exquisite views are offered
from this stunning "ready to
build" lott This lake view
lot has the added bonus of
views from both the 13t" &
15"' fairways $319,000.
Michelle Floyd
ONE OF A KIND
4"' floor "penthouse", 2
units combined. 3BR/3BA
+library, 2,751sf, ocean &
lagoon views. Many
upgrades. Live in the lap
of luxury in Old PVB.
$1.199,000. Valerie Shaw
INCREDIBLE VIEWS
Fantastic oceanfront home,
100' lot with deep
protective dunes. Fully
furnished, 3BR/3.5BA,
2,850sf with very open
floor plan. $1,990,000.
Dennis DeSimone


From Cottaqes to Castles







OCEANFRONT CONDO MAGNIFICENT RIVER VIEWS
JAX BEACH VILLA RIVA
Completed in 2007, this luxurious condo Only four of these extraordinary
is on the southeast corner of the 5th floor terrace level units with private 2-car
of Costa Verano. It features 3 bedrooms, garages and this one is beyond
3 baths, over 2,200 sf, $41,000 in upgrades, compare! It features 3,000+ sf with
plus a $30,000 storage unit across the 2 BR, 3 BA, a library and riverfront
street. This home is beautifully and fully terrace with panoramic river views.
furnished just bring your toothbrush! Luxurious condo living in historic
$1,100.000 Riverside! Offered at $1,650,000
Etizabeth HuI-Idgins
Prudential Network Realty's
TOP SALES AGENT
The Real Estate Professional who sells the best of the First Coast lifestyle"
(904) 285-8449 ext. 3028 Cell 553-2032
Prudential
Network realty
Visit Elizabeth and all her properties on the internet at
www.beacheshomes.com or e-mail at elizhudgins@aol.com
Independently owned and operated t.i
1000 Sawgrass Village Drive, Suite 101, Ponte Vdral Bach, FL 32082


THE PLANTATION
Incredible water to golf lot.
Quality custom home with
many recent up-grades,
Seller pays for club
membership w/acceptable
offer. $1,250,000. Susan
Fort
CUSTOM HOME
Spectacular 4BR, 3BA,
3,288sf, 3CG. Heated &
screened pool & spa, lake
view, extensive upgrades,
Coran countertops, and
morel Picture of elegance
$799,000. David Darch
INCREDIBLE IBIS POINT
Spacious 4BR/2BA just
over the Intracoastal
waterway. Fenced in
backyard overlooking lake.
Marble fireplace, bamboo
floors, 2CG. $325,000.
David Darch
OLD PALM VALLEY
Great brick home on beau-
tiful corner lot near the
playground with everything
you will need to feel right at
home. Granite c-tops,
crown molding and more.
$549,000. Peyton Stockton
SAWGRASS CC
Renovated 2BR condo
offered fully furnished.
Waterfront location with
terrific golf course views.
Wood floors, granite, all
new appliances. $393,000.
Laura Torrey
STiNNING PALENCIA LOT
Expansive lake & golf
course views Almost a
peninsula with water on the
rear & golf course.on the
left. Perfect for an "estate"
feel $425,000 Michelle
Floyd Jayne Hoffman
JLLNGTONWATERFRONT
Property consists of two
100' wide lots on canal to
Jullngton Creek. Manu-
factured 3BR/2BA home on
lot. Build your dream
house. $600,000. Chuck
Lee
SAWGRASS SERENITY
Renovated estate-sized lot
with gorgeous golf views.
Fabulous pool and lanai
entertaining area In this
5BR/4.5BA w/2 master
suites. $1,075,000. Suzle
Mons Connolly


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The Beich-es Leadr/Ponte Vedra Leader


Classified 2


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3BR/2BA, 1400+sf, large lot; owner fi-
nancing available, $260,000. (904)686-
0068. www.geocities.com/pvb05
PONTE VEDRA, TPC Sawgrass, Bermu-
da Court, 2BR/2BA. $60K renovation:
granite counter tops, new cabinets, Re-
duced $239,900, 655-5990.
JAX BEACH, 2/2, 1600sf, rent for $1400,
efficiency 1/1 on back rent $750, 1 block
to ocean $550,000., 315-6558.
PONTE VEDRA, 4/1, quarter acre, pri-
vate, $290,000. 294-5498.
COUNTRY LIVING, 5 miles from the
beach. Lovely, small, renovated home on
private, rustic property. Best of both
worlds. $139K. (904)565-9919.




Re Estate, Inc.
904-249-7211

Walk to the Beach from this
beautiful 3/2 home in North
Jacksonville Beach. Renovations
include stainless appliances, new
carpet and hardwood flooring
throughout home. Large fenced
in back yard with 1 car garage.
MLS # 413384 $335,000
Great Starter Home!! 2/2 Home
on lake in Solano Cay. Two car
garage with separate laundry
room. Tile flooring throughout
kitchen, hallways, living room and
bathroom. Home features a brick
wood burning fireplace and large
deck that wraps around west side
of home overlooking the lake.
MLS # 404922 $225,000
180' on the Ocean Course Golf
Course. 3/2 Ponte Vedra Home
includes two buildable lots on the
12th hole. Large screened in back
porch With Jacuzzi overlooks the
spectacular view. MUST SEE!
MLS # 391326 $1,900,000
Dolphin Cove 2/2 home with a
bonus room. Within walking
distance to community park.
Turnkey ready!!!! MLS # 408429
$255,900 -

1/1 Neptune Beach Apt. 4 blocks
to the Beach. Available Feb 1.
$650/mo includes W/S/G.
2/2 Jacksonville Beach Apt.
6 blocks to the Beach. Available
Feb 15 $725/mo
2/1 Neptune Beach Apt. close
to Neptune Beach Elementary.
Available Feb 15 $850/mo
includes W/S/G.
Isle of Palm home with dock and
boat lift. Fisherman's Dream!!!
$1800/mo Call for availability
3/2.5 Home on Ponte Vedra Golf
Course available March 1. $2500/1
mo includes yard and Jacuzzi
Maintenance. .


SEASONS AT Kensington, 2BR/1.5BA
townhome, end unit, gated community.
$141,900, 994-0016, 434-7219.
2 LOTS w/view of ICW 1 lot has 2400sf,
single family home currently used as du-
plex w/mother-in-law suite. Total
5BR/3.5BA. Concrete block and frame on
top. 2nd lot possibly separated. $759,900,
(904)543-1150.


OCEAN FRONT 1BR/1BA, fully furnished,
weekly rentals permitted, beautiful view,
ocean front pool, $235,000, great rental
history, 241-0267.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1BR/1BA, near
beach, Will co-op. $175,000. Call
(904)246-6758.
CASH BACK AT CLOSING
Completely renovated 1/1 on lake w/gran-
ite, tile, SS, new carpet, paint. $148,500
includes 1 year prepaid dues, $1500 in
closing costs, $500 gift card to Rooms to
Go. Partially furnished. Maryanne,
(904)537-6161.
TOWN CENTER, only 3/2 condo inEEspla-
nade available. $298,000. (904)897-
7130.
BRAND NEW
GREAT TIME TO BUY!
At the Beach
3BR/2BA with W/D & garage. $260,000.
(904)463-7696.


JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, pool, fireplace,
2 car garage, new appliances, $295,000.
No realtors please. (904)249-1890.
ATLANTIC BEACH, near ICW, 4BR/2BA
house, large fenced yard, stone fireplace,
new carpet. 2153 Featherwood Dr. E.
Owner relocating and must sell. Reduced,
$209,900. (904)280-2728 Iv. msg.






806-A 3rd St. *.Neptune Beach
WATERFRONT LOTS
Neptune Beach Lots w/Dock
permits in hand. From
$679,000 L
INTRACOASTAL LOTS
"Sunset View" with tidal water
access. Great for small boats
and jet ski's. From $649,000
INTERIOR HOMESITES
3 New Subdivisions at the
Beaches. Lots start at $239,900
OCEANFRONT LOTS
3 contiguous separately platted
'lots in Vilano Beach. Green
water, Gold coquina and
Spectacular sunrises.
CONSTRUCTION
Custom home building on your
lot or ours. Best lot selection at
the Beach. 20 years experience
building at the Beach.
Call Steve Jarrett @
904-591-5914 mobile
904-247-7000 office




MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR/2BA w/bonus room, new carpet,
CH&A, fenced yard. Near ocean and Han-
na Park. 1158 Songbird Lane. $114,900.
*280-2728, excellent rental history Iv. msg.
FSBO JAX Beach, luxury, 2/2, 1357sf.
Fee paid through June. $339,900. 241-
4544 or 993-3882.
GREAT TIME TO BUY!
$20,000 under appraisal.
At the Beach
2BR/2BA with W/D & garage. $185,000.
(904)463-7696.
$125,900- PVB, Ocean Grove, 1BR/1BA,
fireplace, full amenities, beach access. Fi-
nancing available.. 226-3968.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Sevilla, 2BR/2BA, 1st
floor, end unit. Gated Community, approx.
1400sf., hardwood floors, plantation shut-
ters thruout, Newly remodeled kitchen,
covered parking. Sacrifice at $222,000.
(904)881-5214.


PVB- OCEAN Grove, 2BR/2BA, garage,
beach access, lake view, 1070sf. FSBO,
will sacrifice for $199,500. 904-221-8458.
THE Pointe at Ponte Vedra, 3/2, on the
water and golf course. FSBO. Financing
available. (904)285-5896, (904)251-5389.
GRAND CAY, PV, Lovely 3BR/2BA, plan-
tation shutters, fireplace, stainless steel
appliances, screened porch overlooking
park +oversized garage. $239,000.
(904)616-5274, (904)280-5170.
JAX BEACH- the Palms, gated, 2BR/ 2BA
new luxury condo w/ garage. Vaulted ceil-
ings, washer/ dryer, pool & fitness. Only
$168,000, lease/ buy option. (904)472-
4039.

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REFINANCE NOW! For daily rates, call.
1-877-643-8341 ext. 201.
FED SLASHES RATES
Call McGuire Mortgage 246-9915.


2004 CLAYTON MH, very nice, new appli-
ances, $1500 down, take over payments.
Call 894-8044.


NEPTUNE BCH office bldg 3500sf. For
sale or lease. 993-4011.


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Mary F. Farwell
Real Estate Broker
COMMERCIAL
SALES, LEASING
AND PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT


2100 FLORIDA BLVD.
.14 Acres Zoned: NC-2
3,360 Square Feet Concrete Block Construction
Also available for Lease (C) $10 psf NNN
$750,000
502 SHELTER AVENUE
.87 Acres Zoned: CS
125' facing front door of new Publix
$1,800,000
1103-1105 SOUTH THIRD STREET
.36 Acres Zoned: C-1
3,994 Square Feet Great Corner Location
$1,600,000



3945.8899

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NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
247-1417.


BLOCKS TO OCEAN, 3BR/ 2BA, hard-
wood floors, $1450/mo. Pets ok. 321 9th
St. N. 534-2120.


LARGE 3BR/1BA apartment, new CH&A, LARGE EFFICIENCY Apartment, excel-
laundry, water included. Military discount, lent location, 1 block to Ocean, clean. No
247-7641. pets. $575/mo. 642-1214 or 241-1219.


AX BCH, 2BR/ 1BA, CH/A. Just two
blocks from ocean at 215 7th Ave. N.
Avail now, $950/mo. 866-2645.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA Townhouse,
150 13th Ave. N., unit A. 2 blocks to
beach, WDHU, Pets welcome, $1050/mo.
242-9195, ext. 201.


GREAT OCEANVIEW -
1BR balcony, ceramic tile floors, WDHU,
walk-in closet, assigned parking, $875/mo.
($900 w/washer+dryer). Ocean View,
160 7th Ave. N. 993-2555.
BeachesApartments.com


JAX BCH, 2BR/ 1BA, CH/A, 1 car gar.
Just two blocks from ocean at 221 7th
Ave. N. $990/mo. Avail. now. 866-2645.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/ 2.5BA town-
house, 1/2 block from ocean, garage,
$1500/mo. Call Rich 476-8521.
FURNISHED APARTMENT
1.5 BLOCKS to ocean, beautifully remod-
eled. $1000-$1250/ mo., (904)993-2623.
I ACROSS FROM OCEAN
103 16th Ave. So., Jax Beach, 2BR/1BA,
lower apartment. No dogs. $995/mo.
NEPTUNE BEACH
217 Hopkins St., 2BR/2BA, patio home,
fenced. $1195/mo. All deposits equal one-
half rent. Lawn service included. Broker/
Owner 249-8766.
ESPLANADE AT Town Center, 1/1, up-
per, garage parking, $950/mo. TDO Man-
agement. 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2 apartments availa-
ble, 2BR/1BA, clean, new, 2 blocks to
beach. $1300/mo. 347-3523.
JAX BEACH
ACROSS FROM OCEAN
1BR/1BA downstairs apt., $600/mo.
5th Ave. N. Available now, 962-5035.
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.
629-2628.
OCEANFRONT RENTAL- Neptune Bch,
2BR/1BA, W/D, private beach access,
750sf. $1400/mo. includes utilities. No
pets. (904)487-4536.
UPSTAIRS, 2BR/1BA, large LR/DR, nice
kitchen, W/D, dishwasher, 1 block to
beach. $1100/mo. (904)247-3187.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.
VERY NICE 3BR 2BA house, Ig gar., new-
ly renovated. Convenient to Wonderwood
Expwy. 3217 Hampsted Ct. $1000/mo.
891-0606.
ATLANTIC BCH 2/1. 724 East Coast Dr.,
CH&A, hardwood floors, $900/mo, first,
last, SD. 1 year lease. Donna Ross Real
Estate, Inc. 246-4862.
LARGE 3BR/2.5BA townhouse, 1400sf.,
DR, kitchen, 3decks, ocean view, garage,
WDHU, CH&A, blinds, carpet, tile.
$1400/mo. +$1000/dep. NO PETS.
201 Margaret St. Neptune Beach.
(904)241-2624.


ATTENTION RENTERS

We have OCEANFRONT Properties
as well As Homes
from Queen's Harbour to Wolf Creek.
PHOTOS Visible at our Web Site:

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904/249-3077


JACKSONVILLE BEACH rms, family rm w/fireplace, upstairs bonus
REDUCED!! Priced below recent rm. Screened porch overlooks preserve.
appraisal, Owner motivated to sell this 3 Pre-inspected $419,000
br, 2 plus baths, open floor plan, living room NEPTUNE BEACH
w/fireplace, garage parking, sunshine bright Walk j st one blocktb the beach'yfol '6ur
w/elots of windows, just 1 SHORT block to in he- sand:..3BDR, 2BAe spacious
the beachgreat room, 2 car garage, built in 1950,
PONTE VEDRA totally updated $519,000
Awesome view from 2hd floor south end ATLANTIC BEACH
unit! Bright sunny 2/2, vaulted ceilings, split Ani AH
bdrms, fireplace, screened lanai $197,000 JUST REDUCED!!! TownHome close to
beach, restaurants and TownCenter. Seller
Cozy 2bd, 2ba, open floor plan, park like will pay some of buyer's closing costs!
backyard. Pride of ownership shows Priced below appraisal at $219,000

Ponte Vedra "Fixer Upper" East of A1A 1 JUST REDUCED!!! Atlantic Beach Duplex.
story 3 br, 2 ba house with large fenced yard Nearly new roof and heat/air systems.
$275,000 Northside is rented. Southside easy to rent
$275,0! or available fore new owner to occupy.
AMELIA ISLAND/ Motivated seller will pay some of buyer's
FERNANDINA BEACH closing costs. Priced below appraisal at
Ocean view duplex 1/4 block to beach. $435,000
Ocean view from master decks and OCEANWALK!!! Desirable family friendly
bedrooms, tree shaded living rooms and neighborhood, 4bdrms, screened pool,
decks, large storage areas, single car n po
carport on each unit. South unit is rented. private beach access $697,000
Seller will pay $5,000 of buyer's closing cost. VACANT L AND
$549,900 Intracoastal view and a boat ramp
Rare opportunity with this 4 unit apartment available. Lot is 70 X 100 $229,900
building in Historic American Beach. Ocean 16 N Wilderness Trail, Ponte Vedra just
view from 3 of the units. Needs rehap under 6 acres, zoned for horses. Call today!
$990,000 $1,450,000
MANDARIN REDUCED!!! Across from ocean, 3900
JUST REDUCED!!!Beautiful family home, block Coastal Hwy. S, 3.5 lots West side of
1st floor master suite, 3 bdrms on the 2nd A1A $599,000
floor. Formal rooms, kitchen overlooks 2439 S. Ponte Vedra Blvd. OCEANFRONT
family room $490,000 lot located among some of'the most beautiful
EAST HAMPTON new S. Ponte Vedra Luxury homes
Beautifully maintained, 5bd, 3ba, formal $1,350,000


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PROPERTIES

Mavoort
+ 2BR/2BA, Mayport Landing $725-
$825/mo. Close to base.
+ 2BR/IBA, H, 250 Jasmine St., big
private lot, nev carpet, freshly
-painted, W/D. $875/mo.
+ 3BR/2BA, Mayport Landing. $800/mo.
+ 2BR/1BA, Quad Ct. New carpet, tile
& appliances. $650/mo.
+ 2BR/2BA, The Courtyards, new
carpet, community pool. $775/mo.
Neptune Beach
+ 2/1 Apt. Oceanviews, water
included $1000/mo.

Jax Bch
+ 2/1 End Unit Apt. walk to beach,
patio in back. $800/mo.
+ 4/3 Duplex near hospital-fenced
yard, I car garage. $1400/imo.
+ 3/3 Condo, tile & upgraded kitchen.
2 car garage. $1700/mo.
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Old AB duplex, charming, potentialgaorea on cul de sac, water vw $198,000 Julington Creek Office 287-7970
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Oceanfrnt condo, gar.,elev.,hurricane
shuttrs 2/2 + Den $922,500
Sherri Beno 651-1830
Imaculate newer Key West style, huge
GR/Kit. 3/2.5 + loft $349,900
Rosemary Naughton 568-1523
Ocean vw. Condo, 1/2 bik to bch,20 ft.
ceil.'s, fpl. + pool 2/2 $250,000
Sherri Beno 651-1830
Townhm lots of rm for family & friends, crnr
lot, no fees 3/2.5 $144,900
Sherri Beno 651-1830

New Price! Renov. brick hm. on huge lot,
fncd yd 3/2 $169,900
Amy Wilson 955-0700
Townhorne, end, no fees, gar., preserve
view 3/2.5 $139,900
Sherri Beno 651-1830


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3 Horse Properties 6-9 acres +/- You
Choose
Julington Creek Office 287-7970
Cute loft-style Condo on Governors Creek
1/1.5 $112,000
Emily Lamont 651-5997
Waterfront Condo, docks,pool, low fees
2/2 $219,000
Emily Lamont 651-5997


New listing,Charming, crnr lot, 1 blk to
bch,rm for pool 3/2 $569,000
Margi Petitt 571-9821
Charming Beach Cottage, 2-car-gar, 1.5
biks to bchl 3/2 $599,000
Sherri Beno 651-1830


Absolute Elegance! Oceanfrnt Condo-
Marbella, gated 2/2.5 $1,700,000
Margi Petitt 571-9821
Ocean Vw condo, cov. Parking & stor.,
ocean-side pool 2/1 $374,900
Diane Barr 234-9997
Best price 3br end unit! Well maintained
w/pride! 3/2 $204,000
Cara Ameer 635-7058
HUGE reduction, near bch., bonus/office,
wd. fl 3/3 + bonus $328,000
Rosemary Naughton 568-1523
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Spacious, cul de sac, fenced yd, mint cond.,
exc. Loc. $259,900
Margi Petitt 571-9821
Reduced! Great loc. and move in readyll
3/2 $269,900
San Mahalingam 327-3329
Queens Hrbr Mediterranean POOL & Spa
on Marsh! 5/6 $1,274,900
Amy Wilson 955-0700
Priced To Sell! Nice home Irg. Lot & cul-de-
sac 3/2 $199,900
Jan Fowler 294-4766'

3 yr. New condo Neutral, blk appl's, maple
cab's 2/2 $143,000
Cara Ameer 635-7058

Beautiful Landscape. Brick Beauty w/pool
appx 3000sf. Must See! $535,000
Connie Grubbs 612-9911
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Steal of a deal Twn hm., Preserve lot, apx.
1370sf 2/2.5 Low HOA $114,900
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Summerhse Est of AIA Best price on 3/2
$309,000
Kelly Hobbs 993-3803
Best Deal Est of AIAI Turnkey condo
w/Guana vws & 2 CG 3/2 $359,000
Cara Ameer 635-7058
CA Contemp., sunny, open, huge lanai &
morel 3/2 $459,900
Cara Ameer 635-7058
Villas, lagoon/pool vw. Gated, scrnd Ian.
Low HOA 1/1 $149,400
Diane Barr 234-9997
Steel of a deal in Players Club on huge
treed loti 3/2 $419,000
Cara Ameer 635-7058
.Summerhsel Golfview twnhme, end unit,
5-star amen.'s 2/2 $199,800
Donna Sandiford 386-5800
Villas at Marsh Landing lowest price Grnd
fl, scrnd lanai 1/1 $124,900
Donna Sandiford 386-5800

Move-in Ready, Kit. Completely remodeled
3/1 $179,900 ,
Julington Creek Office 287-7970

Sunny E. Hampton pool hm., apx. 2812sf,
preserve lot 4/2.5 $419,000
Rosemary Naughton 568-1523
Stonebridge Condo grand Reduced! on the
lake 3/2 $144,800
Donna Sandiford 386-5800
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Model quality w/wd fls, huge lanai &
preserve lot 4/2 $309,000
Cara Ameer 635-7058


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JAX BEACH, 2.5 blocks to ocean, large
2BR/1BA, CH&A, W/D, deck. $1195/mo.,
655-5367. 803-3099.

S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
NEPTUNE BCH, 233 Magnolia, 2/1, car-
pet/tilt. ,i,,. $1000/mo. TDO Manage-
moent.e i. i: -1
TWO BR in Mayport area. Newly remod-
eled. All appliances incl. 904-334-5421.
NORTH JAX Beach, 1BR $615/mo., 2BR
$715/mo. 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
pets. (904)249-5368.
NEPTUNE BEACH, one bedroom apt.
CH&A, tile floors, WDHU, carport. 1 1/2
blocks to ocean. $850/mo. 246-3739.
ATLANTIC BCH large 1/1 & 2/1.5 apts.
Near stores and bus, dishwasher, pool,
$600/mo & up. A nice place to live
No pets, 246-8537.
2BR/2BA, MAYPORT Landing Town-
home, end unit. $725/mo. +$700/dep.
280-2728 Iv. msg.
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhome, CH&A, patio &
deck, $1350/mo. +$1000/deposit. 520 So.
2nd St., 280-2728 leave message.
NEAR PONTE Vedra, 1 block beach, qui-
et, safe area, lower 2/1, CH&A, W/D in-
cluded. $895/mo. Lease, deposit, refer-
ence. Small pet OK. 993-1118.
.NEPTUNE BCH 2BR/1BA, deck, garage,
includes water, $1250/mo, no dogs,
463-0222, 465-2653
ATL BCH, Courtyards, 2/2, ceramic tile,
WDHU, $825/mo. TDO Management.
246-1125.
JAX BEACH, clean 2BR/1BA, CH&A, ceil-
ing fans, dishwasher; upper level w/deck.
No pets. $775/mo. $650 security deposit.
Immediate occupacy. References & credit
check required w/ $25 application fee. 614
4th St. No., 254-7644.
NEPTUNE BCH. 2150 Florida Blvd.
2BR/1.5BA, renovated 2005, WDHU,
fenced back yard, credit check, No Cats/
Non-smoking. $800/mo. (904)221-5833.
ATLANTIC BEACH Duplex. 1BR w/ga-
rage, across from beach. $890/mo. in-
cludes lawn service. 904-910-1108,
(919)358-0244.
ATLANTIC BEACH off Mayport Rd. 2BR/
1.51BA, CH/A, $750-$800/mo. 294-5622.
JAX BEACH, 2/1 newly renovated, W/D,
$800/mo. +same deposit; 2/1, $700/mo.
+same deposit. 201 No. 9th St. No pets.
(904)246-9162.
ATL BCH, Lovely 3/2 on beautiful corner
lot, lots of trees, approx. 2300sf.,
screened pool, tile flooring, carpet, 2car
garage. $2100/mo. TDO Mgmnt.
(904)246-1125.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1332 Main St.,
2BR/1.5BA duplex, $700/mo., 891-0606.
FULLY FURNISHED apts. 1BR $950/mo.
incl. util. 2BR from $1500/mo. (904)318-
0044.
BEACH LIVING
Walk to beach from this 2BR/1BA town-
home. Approx. 900sf., newly remodeled
kitchen, CH&A, new W/D, private yard.
$900/mo. No pets. 616-5615.
1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
1BR/1BA $600/mo., (904)891-0606.
JAX BEACH, 3/3, avail now .5 blocks
from ocean, wood floors, granite and 2 car
garage. Pets ok on approval. $1975/mo.
Call Joy 881-7775.
BEACHES, 2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE,
ceramic tile floors, CH&A, laundry room,
patio, fenced yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets,
$900/mo. discounted rent, 993-1114,
270-1284.
BRAND NEW Townhome 3/2.5, 1 car gar.
11563 Summer Tree Rd., off St. Johns
Bluff. $1200/mo. 860-1690,
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ATLANTIC BCH 2/2, privacy fence,
screened in porch, CH&A, utility room, 18"
orcelain tile, new carpet, 1325 Mayport
Landing Circle. $750/mo. 1-888-259-0783.
ATLANTIC BEACH DUPLEX BY DUT-
TON ISLAND PRESERVE. 3BR/2BA.
Spacious, 1500sf. Built 2003, New carpet
& tile. CH&A, W/D. Easy bike to beach, 95
Dudley St., $950/mo. (904)610-2743.
MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town-
home, fenced backyard, bonus room, tile
floor downstairs. 1255 Mayport Landing
Dr. $750/mo. +$700/dep. 280-2728 Iv
msg.
PV TOWNHOUSE, The Fountains,
3BR/2.5BA, 1800sf., newly decorated.
$1095/mo. +sec. Gentry Properties. 285-
7236, 945-1499.
ATL BCH, Sylvan Dr., 2/2, lower unit/ du-
plex approx. 1200sf., carpet/ tile.
$1100/mo. TDO Mgmnt. (904)246-1125.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, upstairs, WDHU,
2 blocks to beach, $850/mo., pets wel-
come, 107 2nd St. S. Apt. D. 242-9195
ext. 201.
FANTASTIC OCEAN VIEW
1 BR w/separate study, balcony facing
ocean, wood floors, washer/ dryer.
$950/mo. 2224 Ocean Drive South
993-2555 BeachesApartments.com
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1BA, walk to beach,
$950/mo. Owner/ Realtor (904)465-3053.
2BR 2BA townhouse w/ den. Energy effi-
cient, LR, DR, kitchen, skylights, deck,
CH/A, WDHU, carpet & tile. $1100/mo.,
$800/dep. No pets. 102 Poinsettia St., Atl
Bch. 241-2624.
JAX BEACH TOWNHOUSE, lyr. new,
3BR/2.5BA, 1700sf, master suite
w/jacuzzi, balcony, tile first floor, WDHU.,
2 car garage, fenced yard. Small dogs
considered. 891 6th Ave. S. $1600/mo.
+1/mo dep. Call 249-6150.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
2BR, $675/mo laundry room in building.
Credit check. No pets. 514-8530.
2BR TOWNHOUSE, 5 blocks from ocean.
$785/mo. Call John (904)813-9723.
NEPTUNE BEACH, three blocks to beach,
2BR/1BA, very nice, dishwasher, balcony,
garage, WDHU, enclosed yard, $1045/mo.
616-2429.
JAX BEACH studio apt. upstairs, 2 blocks
to beach, 107 2nd St. S. Apt. C. $550/mo,
242-9195 ext. 201
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA townhouse,
$900/mo. Call 210-9402.
S. JAX Bch, 1.5 blocks to ocean,
2BR/2.5BA townhouse, all appl., 1300sf,
covered parking. $1100/mo., lyr lease. No
pets, no smokers. (303)588-1090,
ktaylor@ktminc.com
ATLANTIC BCH, 2BR/2BA, wood floors,
just remodeled. Pool, block to ocean. No
pets or smokers. $975/mo. 505-1071.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 1
block to ocean, clean. No Pets. $675/rpo.
642-1214 and 241-1219.



SOUTH JAX Beach. 3BR/1.5BA, 6 blocks
to ocean. $1200/mo. 710-5200.
ISLE OF Palms, JB, 3/2, 2 car garage
$1395/mo.+ dep. (negotiable). 759-2349.

JAX BEACH, Beautiful 3BR/2BA, 1700sf.
2 car garage, fireplace, washer/ dryer,
fenced yard, lawn service, great neighbor-
hood. $1500/mo. 445-8734.
ATLANTIC BEACH, Oak Harbor, nice
3BR/1.5BA, 2471 Spokane Ave. East,
$995/mo. +deposit, 242-0544.
SAN PABLO/ Atlantic Blvd., 3/2,
1750sqft., large private yard, new sod,
$1350/mo., 472-6254.
PONTE VEDRA, 4/1, quarter acre, pri-
vate, year lease, $1200/mo. 294-5498.


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BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOUSE in PVB,
2BR/2.5BA, completely remodeled, new
appliances, beautiful lake view, screened
in patio deck, 5 10 minutes from beach-
es. www.geocities.com/pvb05/page2.html
$1200/mo (904)686-0068.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, Great area,
fresh paint. WDHU. No pets. $1300/mo.
(904)246-5165, (904)891-8522.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/1BA, CH&A,
painted, carpeted, WDHI-IU, fenced yard.
246-0576.
ATLANTIC BCH, 518 Selva Lakes Circle,
3/2. 2 car garage, $1500/mo, no pets,
904-994-4220.
BEACH CHARMER, 3/2 plus bonus room.
CH/A, WDHU, garage, sprinkler syst., tile,
new carpet. Pet ok with deposit.
$1350/mo. 838-8725.
MARSH LANDING CC, 4BR/ 2.5BA
home. 3 car gar., totally renovated, granite
in kitchen & baths. Unfurnished, long term
$2495/ mo. Also avail. furnished, short
term. 537-4083.
3BR/2BA, 1 car garage, wood and tile
floors, new A/C. $1250/mo. 635-1344.


BEAUTIFUL, ATLANTIC Bch, 5BR/3.5BA
fireplace, located 2 blocks from ocean
w/beach access, pool/ pool house, fenced
yard, Avail. mimed.. $2750/mo. (furnished/
unfurnished) includes lawn & pool service.
(904)568-1663.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA, completely reno-
vated; walk to beach; hardwood floors,
fenced back yard. Available furnished if
needed. $1700/mo., (904)338-4679.
IC WEST 3, 4, and 5 bedrooms available,
$1200- $1800/mo. Independent Brokers &
Assoc., Inc. 247-4333 710-3111.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3 blocks to ocean,
newly remodeled, 3BR/1 BA, washer/dryer
plus lawn service. $1450/mo.+ deposit.
270-0499.
GREAT 3BR/2BA, Jax Beach, pool & fire-
place, 1007 20th St. No., $1400/mo.
993-7328.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2BR/1BA, starting at
$700/mo., (904)291-7229.
ATLANTIC BCH, large 4BR/2BA, eat-in
kitchen, fenced backyard, WDHU, new
paint. $1275/mo. (904)571-5517.


ATLANTIC BEACH, 2R/1.BA, CH&A ATLANTIC BCH- Selva Linkside, 3/2, all
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA, CH&A' apple. incl. W/D, Ig yard. $1500/mo. Call
$800/mo., $800 deposit, 816 Cavalla Rd.' (267)294-8243 or (904)422-0261.
(904)291-7229. .. .


ATLANTIC BEACH, 477 Helmsman;
3BR/2BA, garage, fenced back yard, pool,
$1500/mo., 710-7665.
JAX BEACH, 3/2, furnished, Key West re-
sort style; includes pool maintenance,
$2000/mo., (904)536-2349. Licensed
agent.


JAX BCH, 3BR/2BA w/2 car garage, W/u,
$1100/mo. +deposit. 610-8761.



2 BLOCKS to, ocean 2/2, tile, hardwood
floors. Consider lease option,
Owner/Agent, 463-7343.


PONTE VEDRA, TPC Sawgrass, Bermu- BELLEZA, 2/2, FP. No pets. No smoking.
da Court, 2BR/2BA. Completely renovat- $1200/mo. 655-7697, 731-0214.
ed, $1275/mo., 655-5990.


Brand new 3BR/2.5BA townhome in Jax
Bch. $1450/mo. +dep. Call (904)514-
2883.
PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, 1car garage,
private, years lease. $1250/mo. 294-5498.
12226 Versailles St., near Beach Blvd.
and Kernan Blvd. Very private, quiet
neighborhood. 3/2, CH&A, WDHU, ceiling
fans, hardwood floors, fenced yard.
$900/mo. discounted rent, lyr. lease. No
pets. (904)993-1114.
INTRACOASTAL WEST
Kensington Gem on preserve. 3/2, formal
living room, dining room, tiled throughout.
Luxurious master bath. Covered porch.
$1350/mo. 280-2805.
JAX BEACH, 2/1, seven blocks ocean,
single garage +shop/ storage building be-
hind house, CH&A, WDHU, fenced yard,
pets OK, military/ senior discount,
$1095/mo +$500 deposit, 720 2nd Ave.
No., 708-0731.
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.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA, 1600sf.,
Mexican tile downstairs w/9ft. ceilings,
garage, WDHU, large fenced back yard,
first month rent +deposit, $1250/mo. Cred-
it check, 550 Dutton Island Rd., 610-4556.
MAYPORT FISHING Village, 3BR/2BA,
fenced yard, $1100/mo. Call 221-0612.
4 BLOCKS from beach, 2BR/2BA, sun-
room, big kitchen, WDHU, W/D option,
shaded fenced yard. Excellent condition.
$1175/mo. 1 year preferred. No pets. Jax
Beach. (904)502-5910.
NEP BCH, 4/3.5, 3500sf, pool, frplc., on
marsh. $2000/mo. 249-0156.
ICW- KENSINGTON, 3/2, fpl, new carpet.
Move in ready. $1200/mo., 703-7911.
PONTE VEDRA 4BR/2BA, in-ground
swimming pool, $1400/mo. + deposit.
No pets. 571-3261.
NEP BCH, walk to beach from this charm-
ing 3/2 w/ fenced yard & garage.
$1400/mo. 280-5142.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4/2, large corner lot,
remodeled inside, 4 blocks to beach,
close to Jarboe Park. No pets.
$1590/mo., 662-6522.
SAWGRASS CC. Willow Pond. 2BR/2BA.
2 car garage. Fireplace. Furnished. Utilit-
ies included. 7 month minimum. Call
(904)759-9000.
3BR/2.5BA, 2 story, split bedrooms, ga-
rage, Girven area. $1250/mo. 626-3780.
ATLANTIC BCH 3/2 CH&A, utility room,
fenced in front & back yard. 2571 Montreal
St. $1000/mo. 1-888-259-0783.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 2BR/1BA, kitchen
equipped, WDHU. No smoking. 273-9548.
3/1.5, LR, eat in kit., den, carport. 1225
15th Ave. N., JB. $1250/mo. Call East
Coast Realty, 962-7766.
ATLANTIC BCH, 1/2 block from ocean,
4BR/2.5BA, +office/ laundry, cul-de-sac,
pool & spa, private gate to beach access.
No smokers. Pets allowed w/deposit.
$3000/mo. includes lawn and pool svc.
962-4511.
618 9TH Ave. N. 3BR/1BA, CH&A,
fenced yard, $925/mo. 891-0606:


OCEANFRONT CONDO Jax Beach. 1/1
1000sf totally remodeled & absolutely
new. Oceanviews from all rooms. New
granite & cabinets in kitchen & bath. New
tile, paint, windows & appliances. Walk-in
custom closet with built-ins. Covered park-
ing. Water included, $1295/mo. Low utilit-
ies (904)881-0895.
SPACIOUS CONDO at The Palms. 3/2
w/garage, $1200/mo., 242-9173.
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean. 2/2 new
condo in Ocean's Edge. Stainless/ granite.
Open/ tiled floor plan, spacious, bright,
pool, clubhouse, fitness, W/D. No pets/
smoke. $1250/mo., 241-5564.
N. JAX -BEACH, 14th & 2nd, NICE
1BR/1BA, $1000/mo. includes pool laun-
dry & water. Small pets OK. Will sell to in-
terested buyer. 477-4640.
COURTYARDS, LARGE, completely
private 2BR/2BA w/brand new kitchen,
ceramic tile throughout, laundry room, loft.
$825/mo. Call 247-7910, 887-6033.
SPINNAKER 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnish-
ed. Steps to Ocean. Garage, $1650/mo.
708-4022.
JAX BEACH Light, airy, 2nd floor,
2BR/2BA, marsh view screened lanai, fire-
place, cathedral ceilings, W/D, resort
amenities. $950/mo. Available immed.,
285-5592.
PVB, 2BR/1.5BA TH Very clean & nice.
$895/mo. Avail now. (904)333-3844.'
OCEAN GROVE IN PVB, 2/2, $950/mo.
Top Sell Realty 270-0222.
$200 OFF 1st month rent. Luxurious
1BR/1BA, Bartram Park. Only $850/mo.
916-300-3039.
OCEANFRONT
Seascape 3/2 w/60' balcony, 7th floor
w/great view, W/D, newly remodeled. No
pets. $2000/mo. 386-5008.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1000/mo. 904-613-7605.
OCEAN FRONT furnished 2/2, pool con-
sider lease option, 6 month plus.
463-7343.


SUMMERHOUSE CONDO, 2BR/2BA,
1200sf., avail. 4/1. East of AIA, lots of
amenities. $1200/mo. (904)273-9394.
UNFURNISHED CONDO, immaculate first
floor, 2/2 condo, appliances one ,-1 r -I'
screened lanai. Many aTerni,,e..
$1000/mo. Call 285-4772 after 6pm.
JAX BEACH- 1 FREE MONTH. The
Palms, gated, 2BR/ 2BA new luxury condo
w/ garage. Vaulted ceilings, washer/ dryer,
pool & fitness. Only $1200/mo. (904)472-
4039.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 2BR/2BA, 1st
floor, gated community, Summerhouse, off
A1A West. Appliances, W/D, five star
amenities. Fitness center (24/7), heated
pool,. pub, theater, tennis. Avail now
$1075/mo. (904)349-3434.
BRAND NEW condo with new stainless
steel appliances, hardwood floors,
$1300/mo. 476-6361.
3/2 MARSH LANDING, 2nd floor, W/D,
fireplace, pool, fitness, 612-9172, 612-
9682.
VILLAS @ Marsh Landing, large 1/1, la-
nai, gated, fitness, pool, hottub, fireplace,
Pergo floors, garage & water included.
$980/mo., 379-4288.


JAX BCH, 3/1, 2.5 car gar., fenced yard, THE PALMS, 1BR/1BA, gated, 2nd floor,
$1400/mo. 836 9th Ave. N. 318-0044. W/D, pool, fitness. $825/mo.
(904)610-3608.


4-iBLOCKS TO OIU ucean. 1BR1/1BA, all tile.
$699/mo.+ deposit. 405 Lower 8th Ave.
South. 534-2120.
S. JAX Beach, great beach location, good
living spaces 3BR/2BA, $1550/mo.
(904)910-1108, (919)358-0244.
PONTE VEDRA, L'Atrium, 2BR/2BA, fire-
place, 2 car garage, fenced yard, lawn
service. Unfurnished, year lease.,
$1200/mo. 642-3517.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1365 Seminole Rd.,
3BR/2BA, CH&A, garage, $1300/mo. lyr.
lease. (843)224-8783.
ATLANTIC BEACH
2BR townhome, $850/mo.
Duplex, 3BR/ 2BA, $895/mo.
3BR/ 2BA house $995/mo.
3BR/ 2BA home, $1050/mo.
PONTE VEDRA
Dolphin Cove- 4/2, $1050/mo.
ICW
Forest Creek Condos
2/ 2 condo, $895/mo.
2/2 condo, $950/mo.
3/2, Villas at Cross Creek, $1095/mo.
3/2 home, San Pablo Creek, $1195/mo.
3/2 home, Greenfield Lakes, $1200/mo.
3/2 home, Harbor Springs, $1195/mo.
Avail. 2/15/08.
4/2 home, Sutton Lakes, $1225/mo.
Avail. 3/20/08.
3/2 home, Grogan's Bluff, $1295/mo.
Avail. 2/15/08.
3/2 Wolf Creek condo, $1350/mo.
4/2 house, Windsor Chase, $1395/mo.
4/2 house, Sutton Lakes, $1350/mo.
4/2 house, Ashley Woods, $1475/mo.
5/4 home, Queens Harbor, $2995/mo.
ARLINGTON/ FORT CAROLINE
3/2 condo, Merrill Pines, $850/mo.
2/2 townhouse, Shadow Wood, $895/mo.
2/2 townhouse, Raymur Villa, $925/mo.
2/2.5 townhouse, Fort Caroline Lakes,
$950/mo.
2/2.5 townhouse, Kendall Point,
$1100/mo. Avail. 3/1/08
3/2 townhome, Derringer, $1150/mo.
3/2 house, River Woods at St. Johns
Landing, $1150/mo.
3/2 house, Ridgemoore, $1250/mo.
2BR/2BA house, $1300/mo.
3/2 w/ bonus room, Monument Lakes,
$1275/mo.
2/2 house, Ashley Green, $1300/mo.
SOUTHSIDE/ BAYMEADOWS
1/1 condo, Esplanade at Town Center,
$895/mo. Avail. 4/10/08
1/1 condo, Maribella, $975/mo.
2/2 condo, Sonoma Southside, $950/mo.
3/2.5 house, Clifton Village, $1100/mo.
4/2.5 home, Ironwood, $1875/mo.
ST. NICHOLAS
2/2 condo, Carlton at Oak Landing,
$795/mo.
JULINGTON CREEK/ SWITZERLAND
5/3.5, Ivy Lakes at Cunningham Creek
Plantation, $2400/mo.
NORTHSIDE, EAST OF 1-95
3/2 house, Daybreak Woods, $1050/mo.
3/2, Victoria Lakes, $1095/mo.
Avail. 2/10/08.
4/2, Lindsey's Crossing, $1150/mo.
4/2 home, Eagles Hammock, $1195/mo.
4/2 home, Eagles Hammock, $1300/mo.
4/2 house, Eagles Hammock, $1395/mo.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
www.homefinderrealty.net


PONTE VEDRA, East of A1A. Short walk
to ocean. Just remodeled, 2/2, 1100sf.
Garage & fireplace. Granite kitchen and
bathrooms. Large tile living areas. Fresh
lively paint. Stunning 5" baseboards, new
carpet, new sinks, new oil rubbed bronze
light & plumbing fixtures. All appliances in-
cluded. Oversized rooms. Plenty of side-
walks and slow streets for strolling. Low
utility cost with new insulation, windows
and doors. $945/mo. Call (904)881-0895
for appt.
BELLEZA OF Ponte Vedra, 1BR/1BA, 3rd
story, vaulted ceilings. $875/mo.
(786)417-9802.
OCEAN FRONT, 2BR/2BA, unfurnished.
No pets. 1 year lease, $1500/mo.,
241-0493.
PVB BELLEZA, 2/2, 2nd floor (top), vault-
ed ceilings, W/D, all amenities $1150/mo.
(904)629-0046.
.OCEANFRONT, FURNISHED, Vista-
delMar, lovely condo, sleeps 4, pool, Call
(904)737-2829
JAX BEACH, 2BR/2BA, w/garage, fire-
place, pool, fitness, new carpet, great
location.. $1000/mo., (904)246-8397.
WATERFRONT
Moorings condo 2BR/2BA, private boat
slip, pool, tennis courts, club room,
$1300/mo. 241-9922.
OCEANFRONT CONDO, 2BR/2BA at Las
Brisas, 601-South 1st Street. Furnished/
Unfurnished. Available Immediately. Call
465-4101.
PV- BELLEZA GATED luxury condo
1BR/1BA pool/ fitness/ wd included
$850/mo. call 318-9114.
THE PALMS, Jax Bch, 1BR/1BA, full
amenities, gated community, tile, open
floor plan. $875/mo. 651-2603.
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA, Atlantic Blvd @
the Intracoastal Waterway. 3/4BR, 3.5BA,
approximately 2700sf. ground walk out
back door to marina. Resort style living.
$2250/mo. Includes 1-car garage, water,
sewer, cable, pool, spa, clubhouse, health
club. Marina Walk, gated community
marsh and marina views. Call 463-2845.



(2) MOBILE HOMES private lots,
2BR/2BA, 2BR/1.5BA, CH&A, WDHU, qui-
et neighborhood, Hanna Park area
$625/mo. 273-0857


S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
www.rentjacksonvillebeach.com
OCEANFRONT Atlantic Beach, furnished
4 BR condo, rent long or short term, (904)
537-4083.
OCEANFRONT 1BR or 2BR, daily/ week-
ly/ monthly, pool, 463-7343.
OCEANFRONT RENTAL
4BR/A, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
(904)249-8269.


PV HOUSE, bedroom, share bath. Availa-
ble now, $400/mo.; bedroom w/private
bath, available 2/1, $500/mo. Share utilit-
ies. 885-7556.
ROOMMATE- 2BR/2BA condo in Belleza.
$500/mo, amenities & utilities included.
Call 543-1485.
N. ATLANTIC Beach/ Spectacular Ocean-
front, THE BLUFFS. SHARE huge 2500sf
luxurious tri-level home. Furnished,
3decks, private garden & entries, private
prkg. Huge pool, wooded & secluded .
$850/mo incl. free long distance, until plat-
inum cable, wireless HS networking. 12
mos lease. Will consider short-term at in-
creased rent. Avail, now, 716-4232.
VERY NICE! At the Beaches, private bath,
garage. $695/mo., incl. util. Remax Ad-
vantage. You'll be moving soon if you just
call June. 994-3608.
ROOMMATE WANTED to share home in
Hickory Creek area, $700/mo (+$350 dep
required.) Includes util & washer/ dryer.
838-1635 or 568-6245.
ROOM FOR rent, $500/mo. Just blocks to
beach. Private area. 401-0488.
ROOM FOR rent, in 3BR/2BA house in
Ponte Vedra, gated community w/pool and
tennis. All utilities plus high speed internet.
$580/mo.. No deposit. (904)476-1830.
PRIVATE ROOM w/private entrance and
walled garden. Bike to beach, walk to gro-
cery and other great shopping. Neptune
Beach, 416 Oceanwood Dr. $575/mo.
+$300/sec. dep., includes: all utilities, ca-
"ble TV W/D, kitchen privileges, free inter-
net and long distance service. Call Bob
241-4341 (preferred), 866-1375 (cell).


2 BLOCKS from ocean. Nep Bch house
has room for rent w/ private bath, Incl.
wireless internet, cable, util. $695/mo. Call
Yasi 248-9074.
ROOM in attractive home on waterfront.
Close to beach, all utilities incl., $485/mo.
221-4117.
A1A/ WONDERWOOD, includes utilities,
cable, W/D, full house privileges, $130/vk,
237-5323.
CHRISTIAN HOME has large furnished
room for rent. $130/week. $100/deposit.
707-7370.
NICE, CLEAN 3BR/2BA. $400/mo. +utilit-
ies Call 334-6266.



OFFICE SPACE TO SHARE! Atlantic
Beach, $300/mo. including utilities. Call
333-9463 for details
JAX BEACH, 711 S. 3rd Street. Single
room offices, $375 & $415/mo. TDO Man-
agement, 246-1125.
JAX BEACH OFFICE SPACE
Prime class-A space for lease. On Isabella
Blvd. Walk' to Starbucks in S. Jax Beach.
1230sf. Below market rate. 5% Broker
Commission. 910-2256.
NICE CORNER office in SAWGRASS
VILLAGE, utilities furnished. Avail. imme-
diately. $1300/mo. 285-7299
EAST ARLINGTON- various sizes w/large
windows. Easy access to Downtown,
Beachs & 9A. Includes electric, janitorial,
conference room. Long lease not required.
Call (904)642-8600.
IEXEC- INTERNET EXECUTIVE OFFI-
CES. Spacious modern individual offices
with phone, internet, printer, fax & mail
service, voice mail, 3rd Street address.
Contact Jim 249-4292.
NEPTUNE BEACH, on Third St., great
signage, 700-1400sf., negotiable,
993-4011.

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OFFICE/ WAREHOUSE/ Retail Space for
lease, 2 locations, Mayport Rd. and Noca-
tee. Free rent. 514-1090.
RETAIL/ OFFICE space for lease. May-
port Road. (904) 514-1090.
FOR RENT or Lease: Hottest corner on
A1A in North Jax Beach. For more info
call 226-4336.
NEW 1700SF. warehouse or offices
w/CH&A, 12ft. roll-up door, 1 walk-in door.
$1500/mo. Across from Adventure Land-
ing. 343-1919, 249-3214.



FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
homes. Call 242-0224.


RAT TERRIER PUPPY, 8wks. $300. Call
Jonathan 866-6937.
CAVALIER KING Charles Spaniels,
3 male, 2 female. Born 12/12/07. Ready
for Valentines. $800 males, $1000 fe-
males. (386)206-3445, (386)931-6581.

PUPPIES: GERMAN Shepard/ Lab mix,
$50. 642-8010 or 716-8818.



HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.


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


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
AUTO STORE TOWING INC. gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to
sell these vehicles on 2/15/2008,
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 rejectany a nd/or all
bids.
***ALL SALES FINAL***CASH
ONLY***VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"**
1977 6D47S7E622613 CADILLAC
1979 1Q87L9L507790 CHEVROLET
1979 CCU149A142061 CHEVROLET
1982 1GBEG25H5C7146857 CHEVY
1985 2B6GB13H4FK265208 DODGE
1987 1FTEX15N5HKA68242 FORD
1987 2GBCG15HXH4125135 CHEVY
1988 1G1LT51W1JE528843 CHEVY
1988 1GCGC34KOJE155073 CHEVY
1988 2GTDK14K2J1575574 GMC
1989 2MEBM74F9KX732294 MERCURY
1990 1FACP40EOLF188117 FORD
1990 JN1HS36P9LW142130 NISSAN
1991 1GCCS19Z8M2262552 CHEVY
1991 JT2ST85N8M0061887 TOYOTA
1992 1G6CD53B4N4268421 CADILLAC
1992 1G6CD53B9N4310114 CADILLAC
1993 1FAPP62T9PH108994 FORD
1994 1YVGE31C7R5149056 MAZDA
1994 1G1LD55M1RY208308 CHEVY
1994 JM1EC4353R0314279 MAZDA
1995 1P3ES47C4SD613628 PLYMOUTH
1995 3VWVB81HOSM067021 VW
1995 1FMDU32X5SUC16001 FORD
1995 1G3WH52M8SD348348 OLDS
1996 1G2NE12T4TM520529 PONTIAC
1996 3VWFB81H2TM127323 VW
1996 1G1BL52W1TR142249 CHEVY
1998 1J4FX58S7WC323455 JEEP
1998 1FMRU17L7WLB14436 FORD
1998 1FMZU32P2WUA41315 FORD
1999 1G1NE52M1X6243210 CHEVY
1999 W06VR52R4XR098249 CADILLAC
2000 1FTRX18LOYNB43889 FORD
2007 3CG3B2D4173000105 KTMMEX
BL 2/1/08



LOST, 1/29/08, Wedding rings in Jax
Beach. One solitare w/2 triangle diamonds
on sides set in a double ring-guard
w/diamonds. Great sentimental value. Call
(904)246-3946. Reward!
LOST LADIES 14k gold bracelet in PVB.
Reward, 285-3812.



NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra I. Lyn Broderick, 247-8609.

PIANO LESSONS
All levels, styles & ages. Will come to your
home. Piano Tuning also available.
241-4954, 655-3300.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com



LPNS/RNS
Needed for Home Health and Hospice
Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
Florida Health Services, at
www.NFHSonline.com or call us at
(904)241-1656.
CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE Seeking a pos-
itive multi-tasker who enjoys a healthy life
style, working close to the beach and has
lots of energy to join our dynamic team.
Part-Time: Tues., Thur., Fri. & Sat. Email
resume to: ava@cullumchiro.com
NEEDED RESPONSIBLE people to do
mystery shopping in your local areas.
Must be at least 21 years old with own car
and email. Pay varies as to clientele. If in-
terested please email us at
Theshoprite@trad.rr.com or phone (336)
595-1107
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 5 year. old
boy after school from 3-5pm in my Jax
Beach home. Some, Monday -evening
hours are also available. $25 per week.
Call 241-4344 Iv. msg.
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER, afternoons, 3-
6pm for church pre-school; dependable,
some experience required. 246,-2891 for
interview.
WORK AT the beach! Bookkeeper/ Data
Entry/ Admin Asst needed 20 hr/wk, in-
dependent contractor basis, $10-$15/hr
based on experience and references.
Proficient with QuickBooks and MS
Outlook. We manage non-profit organi-
zations. Email resume, references to
Lorry4@earthlink.net
DISHWASHERS & SERVERS. Marsh
Landing Country Club is currently hiring
for part-time PM dishwashers and part-
time servers. Some weekend shifts re-
quired. Apply in person Tuesday-Satur-
day. Call 285-6514 for directions. Drug
testing/ EOE.


r WANTED: ENERGETIC person to work in
large home daycare. Wed. & Fri. must be
at least 18, near FCCJ South. 997-9435.


RDH
PROGRESSIVE Dental Team looking for
experienced, outgoing, RDH for Mon.,
Tues. & Wed. We are about providing our
finest and best dentistry. If this sounds
good to you, call 904-273-9999 or after
hours 904-824-0842.
BILINGUAL FRONT Desk Receptionist
needed for Chiropractic office. Will trains
Resume to 423 N. 3rd St., Jacksonville
Beach.

NOTICE TO READERS
HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear un
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.
BEFORE SCHOOL Care, needed, 6am,
Monday-Friday. Call 543-8361.



TRAINERS FOR day program. Work
w/adults who have M.R./D.D. M-F, 8am-
4pm. Apply 850 6th Ave. South, Suite 500,
249-8556. EOE/ DFWP

LPN
Full-time In our Outpatient Clinic. In-
cludes all resident and employee health
care.. 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.
DENTAL ASSISTANT
Experienced, PT/FT. Ponte Vedra. Call or
fax resume to: 285-3128.

REGISTERED NURSE
Requisition #64030628
Beaches Family Health Center at
1522 Penman Road has an opening for a
Registered Nurse. Pediatric experience
preferred and licensure as RN is required.
Background check, fingerprints and drug
screening required. Closing date
is 02/08/08. Apply online:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com
EEOE/AA

STAFF DEVELOPMENT
NURSE
Fleet Landing, a premier Continuing Care
Retirement Community, is currently ac-
cepting applications for a Registered
Nurse with strong leadership and commu-
nications skills to join our team. All candi-
dates must have at least one year of Long
Term Care experience with hands on ex-
erience in the area of Staff Development.
his is a full-time position offering a com-
petitive salary with excellent benefits. Ap-
plications available at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd. At-
lantic Beach, FL 32233; fax to 904-246-
9447; website at fleetlanding.com; e-mail
to jobs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE/ Drug-
free Workplace.









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SENIOR INFRASTRUCTURE SOFT-
WARE ENGINEER needed in Jackson-
ville, FL. Position requires B.S. or equiva-
lent in Computer Science plus 3 years
work experience consisting of: senior soft-
ware engineering (C++, COBOL and As-
sembler) in CICS Transaction Server us-
ing DB2, TCPIP sockets and WebSphere
MQ; senior system programming of CICS
(XML, XHTML, WSDL and SOAP Web
Services), z/OS, TCP/IP, Parallel Sysplex
and Unix System Services; process auto-
mation/workflow technology in CICS using
ECMA type scripting to solve integration
problems; and formal training of junior de-
velopers. Please e-mail to Winn-Dixio
Stores at HattieAndrews iwinn-dixie.com.
Refer to job code CB in the subject line,
*BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record, Call 249-0360.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
RECEPTIONIST, NEW branch office ,
Beach at 9A area. $12/hr., 928-9099.
** HAIRSTYLIST **
TOP pay, insurance & benefits. FT/ PT
ICW 220-2012.
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.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.
CONSTRUCTION CO.*
Sales Manager. Are you experienced in
handyman, drywall, painting, tile, trim,
wood floors, decks, remodel & more? WE
FURNISH LEADS! 7yr. old company.
Must be professional and have own trans-
portation. Salary +commission, bonus's,
etc. Serious inquiries only. Leave msg
(904)241-5177.
SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB at the
beach hiring Server, Host, Bus positions.
FT/PT. Must be dependable and outgoing.
DFWP. Email:
accounting@selvamarina.com, or apply in
person.
CLERICAL POSITION available. Typing,
dictation, A/R, Quickbooks, Excel, com-
puter skills. College degree or teaching
background a plus. Resume to:
conut@bellsouth.net. Consolidated Utili-
tes fax (904)249-2277.
DISHWASHER
FULL-TIME, in main dining room kitchen.
Dependability and punctuality a must: Ex-
cellent benefits and great work environ-
ment. To apply: applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email
tojobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-
Free Workplace.
WINDOW WASHER, 40 hours, 7:30am-
4pm. Commercial and Residential. Beach-
es area. Car/ phone required. Call
607-1,919.
CNAS
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.
Stately Song


MINISTRY ASSISTANT: church office
seeks energetic, friendly personality for
computer/ clerical work. FT or PT, M-F.
Duties include basic data entry, multi-line
phones & extensive use of computer, in-
cluding internet, word processing & desk-
top publishing. Confidential environment.
Flexible schedule. Competitive benefits &
pay. HS diploma & minimum 2 years relat-
ed experience required. AA or BA degree
referred. Send resume to nels@neptune-
aptist.org or fax (904)249-5537.
THE UNIVERSITY of North Florida seeks
qualified candidates for Head Athletic
Coach, Men's and Women's Tennis.
Please submit your application and sup-
porting documents online through Human
Resources: www.unf.edu. UNF is an
Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Insti-
tution.


Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew'Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246'-
0967.
BOOKING COORDINATOR. International
Shipping company needs a Booking Coor-
dinator. Experience helpful but not neces-
sary. PV location, full-time, benefits, 401K,
etc. Send resume to:
tomagile@summerbreezetransport.com

HOMEMAKER/ COMPANIONS
Needed for home health & area hospitals,
$8/hr. To apply visit, our website @
www.nfhsonline.com or apply in person,
North Florida Health Services, 710 3rd St.
N., Jax Bch. 241-1656.
SOUTH BEACH SALON has chair rental
available. Call Jerry, 673-3639.


THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE BEACH
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person at 1.1 N. 3rd St.,
2nd floor, send an email to:
personnel@jaxbchfl.net, or visit our
website: www.cojb.jobs Drug free work
environment, EOE, VP.
STUDIO 22, a hot new salon in'the art
of Jacksonville Beach, is looking for excit-
ing Hair Designers. Call 249-6354 or apply
at 2200 So. 3rd Street.
PONTE VEDRA based family office seek-
ing a FINANCIAL ANALYST for its pro-
fessional staff. Candidate should possess
3-7 years of experience- in accounting or
financial management. Public accounting
or commercial lending experience is pre-
ferred. Position will be responsible for ac-
counting and financial reporting, invest-
ment portfolio analysis, income tax plan-
ning and deal support for private equity
transactions. Please forward resume
and salary requirements to:
cgregory@spring-bay.com.

ACCOUNTANT/ BOOKKEEPER for con-
struction office at Beach. Knowledge of
Quickbooks a must. Fax resume
249-8807.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Full-time medical assistant to work in the
clinic at a Continuing Care Retirement
Community. Experience required. Excel-
lent benefits. Applications available at
Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
faxt to (904)246-9447: website at
www.fleetlanding.com; email to
jobs@fleetlanding.com. EOE/.Drug- Free
Workplace.

LABORERS, SCAFFOLD Erectors, Con-
struction Personnel (Skilled and Unskil-
led), with transportation, excellent pay,
726-5661.

$500 WEEK after taxes guaranteed to
pass out flyers, 6 hours per day Mon- Fri,
Call 330-221-6363.
EXPERIENCED PRINTING personnel
needed for growing print shop at the
beach. Call (904)246-9162 #1. .
MA/ FRONT Desk positions available at
busy pediatric office at the beach. Fax re-
sume to: 642-2344.


MEDICAL BILLING
ASSISTANT
Full Time in medical billing office of a pre-
mier retirement community. A/R experi-
ence, data ontry, strong computer skills
and attention to detail a must. Experience
with outpatient therapy billing a plus. Ex-
cellent benefits and work environment.
Applications available, at Fleet Landing
Security Gato, Ono Fleet Landing Blvd.,
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; fax to 904-246-
9447; websiltc at tleeootlanding.com; e-mail
to jobs@fleetlandlng.com. EOE/ Drug-
Free Workplace,


MARSH LANDING COUNTRY CLUB is
hiring for AM, Full-Time Line Cook, Tues,
day-Saturday; PM, Full-Time Grill Cook,
experience required, Wednesday-
Sunday; PM, Part-Time Garde Manger
Chef Wednesday-Saturday; Part-Time
Dishwasher, weekends required. Apply in
person, Tuesday-Saturday. Call 285-6514
for directions. Drug Testing/EOE.
LILIANA'S HAIR Studio located in the
heart of Jacksonville Beach is in need of a
part-time receptionist full-time stylist, and
an Esthetician. All applicants must apply
in person, 242-2424.


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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-time positions available:

Lifeguards
Bell Stand

Diningroom Attendant

Recreation/Nursery Attendant
Security Officer
Utility Worker

Housekeeping-All Shifts
Nail Technician
Barber/Hairstylist
Equipment Operator

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
Fax: (904) 273-7753
Web:profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464
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SOceanfront Excellence


HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED Immediately.
Flexible hours, no weekends, excellent
pay. Transportation & phone required.
591-5901, 514-1188.
EXPERIENCED VET Tech for busy Ani-
mal Hospital. Apply within 28 Corona Rd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach.
2 POSITIONS available at the beach for
experienced auto body painter & body
man. Must have own tools. Call 270-2693.
ALIGNMENT & BRAKE Tech, M-F. Call
Bob, 241-5311.
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The Beaches Leadcer/Ponte Vedra Leader


MAYTAG NEPTUNE dryer, works perfect-
IF YOU are interested in advertising under ly, $125; Maytag Neptune washer, needs
this category please call 904-249-9033 or parts, $40,'(904)241-8158.
email: classified@beachesleader.com L ,( (, ...


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


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


NEED A Nanny? Excellent references.
Former preschool asst. $10+ an hour.
242-7996.


IN-HOME CARE BY VISITING ANGELS.
Providing the best CNA'S, HHA's and
Homemakers/ Companions to care for
Sour loved one at home, hospital, nursing
lome, assisted living. Up to 24-hour care.
Affordable Rates. (904)725-8222.
www.visitingangels.com


OUTSIDE rtCHAPEL mIIIausoleumsI, eye lev-
el spaces G & H, $3000 each. Beaches.
Memorial Park. (904)221-8599.
TWO 24 bulb Tanning Beds, $699/ea.
Call Tom (904)220-2012.
KENMORE WASHER & Dryer, $65/each;..
Hotpoint refrigerator,- $125; 641-9667,
838-5411.
TWO ADJACENT cemetery plots at
Beaches Memorial Gardens for $995.
Contact 904-744-2901 or cell 904-228-
8161.
MOVING SALE. Furniture, books, clothes,
plants, dishes, etc., Carol (904)372-4297.
QUEEN BEDROOM set (3 pieces), good
condition, $250; small refrigerator (32.5"
high) like new, $70; Kitchen dinette w/ta-
ble and 4 chairs (wood) like new $70; 13"
Sanyo flat screen TV, $60, Office Jet fax,
printer, scanner combo, $40. (904)553-
0342.
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, Potty, Walker, &
Bathtub chair, Wheelchair, Iceman, Arm
exceriser. 249-7696.
CLAW FOOT TUB, 4ft. Kohler tub, mfg.
date 8/11/30. Excellent condition. $400
OBO. 285-7226.
MAYTAG WASHER, top of line, new in-
sides, small leak, $65, (904)992-4388.
PATIO SET, table, chairs w/cushions, in-
door, outdoor. $100. Call 285-9097.


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


IF YOU are interested in advertising under WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
this category please call 904-249-9033 or old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.
e-mail: classified@beachesleader.comv


STATE Certified HHA/ CNA/ Sitter will
give quality care for elderly in the privacy
of their own home. Call Veronica at
(904)783-9151 or (904)887-1010.
EXPERIENCED HOME Companion needs
work. Call 448-9246 ask for Elise.


ZERO-KING OVERCOAT, 42L, 100%
wool, flawless condition. 372-9341.
FLORAL COUCH, good condition w/
matching chair. Will sell separately. Call
249-3157.
WETSUIT. FULL, 3/2 O'Neil 2008 Phsy-
cho 1. Large. Brand new $220 takes it.(re-
tails for $280). Matt 333-1217.
SCROLL BLADES ARE HERE We now
stock Olson Scrolling Saw Blades..visit
our online store.
www.splintersnmore.com
BUSINESS EQUIPMENT: Office desks,
copiers, phone systems. Call John
610-6460.
COMPUTER DESK (blond wood), fabric
chair, touchtone lamp. 285-6602
POOL TABLE and Ocean 'Kayak, best
offer. (904)343-7989.
RECLINING BEIGE, faux suede couch &
loveseat, good cond. Jaguar print swvvel
desk' chair. Best offer. 571-5263 or 241-"
394j.:


I BUY BUSINESSES-S. All types consi -l
ered. Fast closings. Call (904)402-5355.
SAXOPHONE WANTED, older Pro model,
(Selmer, King, etc.) Call (904)415-0903.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @ beachesleader.com
WE BUY GOLD & DIAMONDS
Estate Jewelry and scrap gold.
241-5666.




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3 PERSON, Aquaspa Hot Tub, 10mos old, neighborhood across from Publix close to
still under warranty, easy lift cover. New JTB) clothes, small furniture & misc., Sat.,
$5000, asking $2500. 280-7545. 9am-3pm, Sun., 10am-4pm.


GET ORGANIZED in the New Year.
Professional organizing services include
clutter control, reorganizing, and "put-
ting it all away". Call (904)881-9729 for
custom organization plan.
SCISSOR & KNIFE SHARPENING
Specializing in salon scissors, fabric,
household, industrial shears & knives.
Mobile. (904)945-3375.
HOUSEHOLD ASSISTANT/ driver for eld-
.-. eni available daily, Mon.- Fri. Can also
care for animals. I do not do drugs or alco-
hol & I am very reliable. Call 329-0868 or
285-3921.



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The DEPENDABLE HANDYMAN
from changing a lightbulb
to changing the color of your house

NO JOB IS TOO ODD!
*TILING PRESSURE WASHING *PAINTING
QUALITY DEPENDABLE HONEST
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4241-6102
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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.
SERVICE, REPAIRS, INSTALLATIONS
Free Estimates on replacements. License
CAC1814887. Credit cards accepted.


PERSONAL CHEF daily, weekly, monthly.
References. Lots of experience! 735-
5081.

HOUSEKEEPING, COMPANION Sitting
or Child Care, and more. PVB referen-
ces 534-3732.

CLEANING HOMES in Beaches & PV.
Honest/ Reliable/ Affordable. References
available. 563-3955.
JUST ME Cleaning, one cleaner, one
great job. Connie 333-0058.
AN AMAZINGLY Clean House by Natasha
is expanding. Excellent prices and
detailed work. Lots of ref's. available!
210-1360.



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249-9033


SPARKL SHINE Cleaning. Licensed, In-
sured, References. Low rates 514-4434.

SQUEAKY CLEAN
LICENSED, INSURED & bonded cleaning
service, now accepting new accounts.
13yrs experience. Mention this ad for $10
off first cleaning for new customers. Call
for free estimate. 307-0321.
CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING
with new anti-allergen fabric rinse,
223-0591.
PAGE CLEANING SERVICE
Specializing in residential and commercial
services, 7 days a week. (904)910-4039.
HOME ORGANIZER! Kids rooms, kitch-
ens, closets, etcl Get organized for a New
Year! Call Jackie at (904)662-5997 or
email me at jacobsenjackie@yahoo.com.
TIRED OF THOSE COOKIE-CUTTER,
IMPERSONAL CLEANING SERVICES?
Call Me! I'm happy to tailor YOUR time fo
YOUR needs! 280-7718.
AFFORDABLE CLEANING" SERVICE.
Many years experience; references availa-
ble. Call Kelly for estimate, 238-9040.


ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRST! 270-2664.
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.
PERSCHEL BROTHERS
SERVICES, INC.
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967.
YARD CLEAN-UPS. Clean out plant
beds, cut back old growth, mulching,
palm tree trimming, pressure washing.
710-1030 -


JAMES WYNNE REPAIRS, INC.
Block & Brick Masonry. New construction,
additions, repairs. Licensed & Insured.
333-1388.
DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, sidewalks, demo-
lition, & room additions. RK Ballard Con-
struction, Inc. Licensed & insured. Call
Chuck, 874-6692.


GET ORGANIZED w/TopXNotes for MAC. IF YOU are interested in advertising under
Free trial available Download: this category please call 904-249-9033 or
www.tropic4.com e-mail: classified@beachesleader.com


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


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


BEACH BOYS Firewood. Pickup or Deliv-
ery. Call 759-1612.


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


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


SHOW ME LAWN SERVICE, INC. Call
Pam 742-7769.
WE HAVE been showing up on time, trim-
ming bushes & controlling weeds for over
10 years in Jax Beach. For a limited time
only we are accepting new lawn clients for
summer. BerkshireWaterGardens.com
333-7785.
ED'S LAWNCARE
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. (904)524-8660.
KEN'S LAWN CARE
Cufftting, edging, weed-eating, landscap-
ing, pressure washing, grading and sod-
ding. Free estimate. 252-6112.
CLASSIC GREEN LAWN CARE. Mow,
Blow, Hedges, Edge, Palm Tree Trim-
ming, Tractor Work, Clean-ups. 537-7944.


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


PAINTING
INTERIOR, Exterior, Quality & Profession-
alism. Great Rates. Free Estimates
(904)343-9057 anytime.


SJust Joe
Painting -
& Wallpapering,
Pressure Washing
Quality craftsmanship by
Joe DiMauro
30 years experience
Licensed Insured References
www.justjoepainting.com
Now Accepting =40
(904) 372-4707 (904) 229-9542


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BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768.
A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING, INC.
Top-notch work guaranteed. 17yrs. experi-
ence. Painting, trim, carpentry, wood re-
pair, pressure washing. Licensed/ Insured.
Free estimates. 861-9500.


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.cbm



JJ'S POOL Cleaning Service, monthly
service, one time cleaning & repairs. Call
JJ, (904)962-6939.
NEW POOL special, 15x30. Complete and
chlorine free, only $25,000. Call 568-4112.


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


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WOOD REPAIRS. Termite & Rotten
Wood, siding, stucco,. repairs. Licensed,
General Contractor. 247-2274.
AFFORDABLE CROWN Molding and
Trim. Free estimate. Call (904)502-1170.


LA BUILDERS
of North Florida, Inc.

Design and Blueprints Available
Custom Homes
R Renovations
SRoom Additions
Commercial Buildings
Commercial Buildou-ts
Custom Interiors our Speciality

904-309-0646
General Contractor HVAC Contractor
CGC1512691 CAC1814517


DIVERSIFIED HOME INSTALLATIONS
Providing quality installation on flooring,
cabinets, moldings, and interior/ exterior
doors. Licensed and insured/ Free esti-
mates. Over 25yrs. of experience.
(904)338.6152.
CONSTRUCTION SERVICES. Int. & ext.
remodel, fences, decks, painting, flooring
& more! Lie./ Ins. Free estimates. 703-
2054.


MULLIGAN
CONTRACTING, INC.
I t's Time to do That


Custom Homes Renovations
Kitchen & Bath Remodeled
Termite Repair Home Inspection
Custom Garages
FREE Estimates
Licensed & Insured CBC 058024

838-9868


NELIGAN O

CONSTRUCTION

Specializing in Remodeling,
Additions, Decks, Repairs,
Vinyl Soffits, Gutters
Roof Repairs & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
(904) 247-3777
Certified Builder Certified Roofer
Lic. CB-C059536 Lie. CCC1325888




ONE CALL HANDLES IT ALL
Specializing in kitchens, cabinets, bath-
rooms, tile, doors, windows, rotted wood,
termite damage, roof leaks, drywall,
decks, 'etc. Honest, top quality work-
LOWEST PRICES AT THE BEACH.
. (904)710-3784.
KP HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, pressure washing, wood floors,
carpentry, tile work, drywall. 241-7023.


SECOND HUSBAND Handyman Serv-
ices: Carpentry, rough to finish, Drywall,
Texturing, Painting, Tile, Renovations,
Honest, Dependable. Rick (904)885-0164.
QUALITY HOME REPAIR: Painting,
Wood Repair, Trim, Crown Moulding,
Pressure Washing, Flooring and more.
17yrs. experience. Licensed/ Insured.
861-9500.
HANDYMAN- EXPERIENCED and very
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.


Complete
Home Improvement
& Handyman
ALL TYPES: Home Repairs,
n Remodeling, Landscape,
Privacy Fencing,
Stone & Brick Pavers.
Concrete Hauling & Power Washing
WE DO IT ALL!!
15 yrs exp. Lie. & Ins. LLC
Free Estimates
(904) 677-6411
dwhithomeimprovements@yahoo.com

SOUTHERN JAX
CONSTRUCTION LLC
Don'T MOVE, REMODEL!
Let us help you enjoy a new
home without moving!
Bath, Kitchen, Marble,
Granite, Tile,Drywall,
Painting, Decks & much more!
$2" sq. ft. including tile.
Call Menny or Chris
904-894-4058 or
904-652-4212



NELIGAN CONSTRUCTION
ROOFING DIVISION-
ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust a li-
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodeling/Construction. State Certified
Roofer #CCC1325888, Member BBB
247-3777.


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COAST TO COAST ROOFING
5th year anniversary special. Will beat any
written estimate, next 7 days.
904-755-7403. CCC1326983.
SIF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com


Painting Pressure Washing
Residential CommercialPWEBERS TREE SERVICE
S Interior Exterior
Wood Replacement 246-9930
SWaterproofing Residential and Commercial Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
FE r g Custom Remodeling New Homes Additions grinding. Since 1986.
1%oanjbHome Maintenance Division
Cell (904) 714-8400 Customer care and'quality is our priority Serving the Beaches for /0 years., l, 1 .0I.
904-220-6082 QUALITY WORK. Install, Removal, &
Beaches Office (904) 24154 904220-6082 EPainting. Residential, Commercial,
Westside Office (904) 786-9827 Lenny Boot Owner & Building Contractor CBC1253123 25yrs.Experience References+ FREE


February 1, 2008




6'X12' UTILITY Trailer, 07', $2500 OBO.
Call 635-1344.
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE oak full size bed,
unique carvings on headboard, one of a
kind, $500, 280-7739.
GLASS TABLE Tops, excellent condition,
no chips: 48" round $40; 25"X50" beveled
$40; 42" round $30; 25" square beveled
$25; 36" square beveled $35. Pick-up in
Ponte Vedra Beach only. 273-3071 or
lichain@comncast.net
LIFT CHAIR, good condition, will trade for
recliner. Call 207-2964.
KITCHEN TABLE, w/leaf, chairs, $250;
Ceiling fan, $35. (904)285-4435.


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1682 PENMAN Rd., McGuire Mortgage, BOAT STORAGE in PV. Visit
Saturday, 10am-2pm. Good stuff. www.MarinaClubPV.com


SUMMER HOUSE furniture & accessories
sale. Warehouse at corner of 9th St. &
Shetter Ave. Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 10am-
5pm.
SAT.,FEBRUARY 2. 7am-noon. 420 7th
Street North.
MULTI FAMILY, furniture, clothes, golf
misc. items. Sat., 8am-? 2705 Madrid St.
(off 30th Ave. So.)


704 9TH St. S. Chairs, fabrics & things.
Saturday, 8am-Noon.
MULTI-FAMILY SALE Saturday,
7:30am-2pm, baby items, movies, knick
knacks, clothes and more 2011 Eastern
Drive (off of Seagate)
JEWELRY, HIGH end clothing. Saturday,
8am-3PM, 622 12th Ave. S..
SATURDAY, 7AM-3PM. Sporting goods,
kitchenware, books, collectibles and lots
of FREE stuff! 1323 2nd Street S. Behind
BeachHut Cafe.
BIG, BIG Garage Sale! Antiques, furniture,
kid's clothes, etc., Sat. 7am-12noon, 1911
Grove St.

MOVING SALE! Saturday, 9am-? LaZBoy
couch, armoire, beds, lawnmower, misc.
605 Cherry St. Neptune by the Sea.
200-0126.
SAT., 2/2, 8am-? Big moving sale inside &
outside, 1525 Forest Ave. Too much stuff
to list at give away prices.

2109 BEACH Ave. (on Ocean); massive
two family sale, Fri., Sat., 8:30am til.
COVERED MOVING sale. Furniture,
book, clothes, plants, etc. Fri., 8am-5pm;
Sat., 1-5pm, 165 Sylvan Dr., Carol, 372-
4297.

OLD PALM Valley, 249 Shell Bluff Ct. Sat-
urday, Bam-noon. Large Screen TV, Furni-
ture and More.
FURNITURE, LAMPS, household acces-
sories. Sat., 8am-1pm, Solano Woods,
517 Pheasant Run.
196 MARTINIQUE Cir., take A1A to Ponte
Vedra Lakes Blvd., right on Marsh Cove.
Multi- family, Sat. 2/2/08, 8am- noon.
MOVING SALE! Saturday 8:30am- 1pm,
49 Solana Rd. Sofabed, 28" Toshiba TV,
Pioneer sound system w/ 300 CD changer
& Bose speakers, antique marble top ta-
ble, sofa table, patio fum., bookcase, etc.

ISLE OF Palms, 3772 B. Ward St. Video
games, small appliances, household
items, crib mattress. Friday, Saturday,
8am.


HOUSE & contents, 111 Kingsley Ave. at
Highway 17. Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 8:30am-
5:30pm daily. Antiques, jewelry, lapidary
equipment, leather working tools; all furni-
ture & appliances to go; 1997 Buick LaSa-
bre w/low miles. Hunter Antiques, 610-
2888.


SCOOTER, 1993 Yamaha Riva Jog; runs
well, $500 OBO, 241-4876.
2002 VESPA 50cc Scooter, seafoam
green, 3000 miles, exc. cond., mirrors,
storage on back w/backrest, $2000. Email
me at: samdds@aol.com if interested.
HARLEY DAVIDSON, 1998 HD, 95th An-
niversary 1200 custom Sportster, $5500.
962-7766.

1992 GMC Conversion van, $750 OBO,
(904)655-2989.
2006 BOX Van E350, 14,000mi., like new.
$22,000 OBO. 246-8330.

1992 BMW 3251S, red, 5spd, 2.51tr.,
$4500 OBO. Jonathan 866-6937.
1997 NISSAN Maxima GXE, excellent
condition, low miles, auto transmission, 4
dr, power windows/locks, cruise, CD, new
tires, $4900 OBO. 887-9030.
2003 CHEVY Tahoe, loaded, exc. shape,
80K miles, $12,500 OBO. 504-9405
2003 LAND ROVER Discovery, V-6, 61K
miles, loaded, excellent shape, $16,500,
(904)654-2360.
2005 FORD 500 Ltd, all extras, 5,OQOmi,
garaged, non-smoker, showroom condi-
tion. $14,500. 280-7545.
2001 FORD GT Convertible Mustang,
non-smoker, garaged, locally maintained,
showroom condition, 22,000mi. $13,500.
280-7545.
2001 VW Beetle, one owner, 25,000 orig.
mi., A/C, power windows, sunroof, spoiler.
$11,000. 307-6555.
1986 BMW 528E, runs good, cold AC,
dependable transportation, $1200, 655-
5186.
1995 NISSAN MAXIMA GLE, great condi-
tion, 125k miles, $4300. Call 334-1476.
1994 CADILLAC Concourse, looks good,
runs good, all extras ok. 242-8817.


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Friday, Feb. 1
Freedom Boat Club:
Freedom Boat Club
Jacksonville hosts an open
house from 6-8 p.m. at
Jacksonville Beach Marine,
2305 Beach Blvd.-Suite 108.
Boating enthusiasts seeking an
intelligent alternative to own-
ing a boat are invited to
attend the open house and get
a preview of the 2008 fleet.
Guests will be able to tour new
boats, meet current members
and learn about Freedom Boat
Club. The event is a prelude to
the Jacksonville Boat Show'
Feb. 8-10 at the Prime Osborn
Convention Center, For infor-
mation, call Michael Moore at
249-5215 or Jackie Artybridge
at 280-7960.

Native-American Impact:
"UNF Symposium of Native
American Impact: Then and
Now" will be held from 9-11
a.m. Leaders from the
Delaware Nation, Kiowa
Nation and Cheyenne
Arapaho Tribe, as Well as
Philip Earenfight, Curator of
"A Kiowa's Odyssey," will take
part. Panelists will mark the
historical significance of
forced imprisonment at Ft.
Marion in St. Augustine in the
1870s. The symposium will be
moderated by Hope McMath,
deputy director of the
Cummer Museum. The event
will be held in the Board of
Trustees Room of the
University Center, 12000
Alumni Dr. Seating is limited,
and admission is free. Parking
is also free at the University
Center parking garage.

Saturday, Feb. 2
Book Signing at Town
Center: A St. Augustine cou-
ple, Sherry and Al Bohl, will
sign books from 12-3 p.m. at
the St. Johns Town Center
Barnes & Noble. Sherry Bohl,
an elementary teacher in the
St. Johns County School
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John Rutkowski (right), manager of Underwood's Jewelers in
Ponte Vedra Beach, presents a check for $4,666 to Cindy
Stoddart, executive director of the Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach, at a reception at the Center recently. At left is
Dennis Cox, branch manager for Regions Bank in Ponte Vedra
Beach.


for more than 30 years. Her
first children's book, Mary's
Lamb, was released in
December. Al Bohl, adjunct
professor at Flagler College
and former athletic director at
Toledo, Fresno State and
Kansas, had his second novel,
Getting to Thanksgiving and
written with his son, Brett,
published in November. His
first novel, Back Porch Swing,
is a story about a young man
being recruited to play college
basketball.

Open Studio: Open Studio
at the Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra Beach runs from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Cultural
Center offers studio space for
artists to create independently
on designated Saturdays.
Members participate free; for
non-members, it's $10 per
visit. For information, call the
Cultural Center at 280-0614.

Women's Heart Health
Fair: The National Women's
Heart Health Fair, to be held
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the
Prime Osborn, Convention
Center, will offer free heart
screenings to measure
women's cholesterol, trirglc-
erides, blood glucose levels,
blood pressure, body mass
Index and waist circumference
and do a review of family
health history. Results are
given on-site. The event will
feature 50 health booths,
cooking and fitness demon-
strations and medical experts
from Baptist Health.
Information about Sister to
Sister and its National
Women's Healthy Heart
Campaign is available at
www.sistertosister.org.

Sunday, Feb. 3
Four Chaplains: Four
Chaplains Interfaith Memorial
Services will be held at 2 p.m.
at American Legion Post 129,
1151 4th St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Guest speaker will be
Robert Young, Capt., USN
(Ret.), commanding officer of
Nease High School's NJROTC
program. A Nease NJROTC
unit will present the Colors,
and the Beaches Honor Guard
will retire the Colors. For
information on the Four
Chaplains, visit www.four-
chaplains.org.

Monday, Feb. 4
Art @ 3: The Art @ 3
Afternoon Lecture Series fea-
tures Taylor Hardwick speak-
ing on "50 Years of Design" at
3 p.m. at the Cultural Center
at Ponte Vedra Beach. Call
Julie at 904-280-0614, ext.
205, to make a reservation.

Sierra Club Program: Billy
Zeits, Coastal Naturalist of St.
Johns County, provides an
overview, with a Powerpoint
presentation, of the natural
areas, passive parks and canoe
launching areas in the county.
Zeits' presentation begins at 7
p.m. in the main meeting
room of the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library, 101
Library BIvld. Zeits will pro-
vide an overview with the
active outdoor season just
ahead. For information, call
Brian Paradise at 904-710-
0479.

Tuesday, Feb. 5
Community Blood Drive:
The Blood Alliance conducts a
Community Blood Drive from
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Merrill
Lynch, 510 Highway A1A
North, Ponte Vedra Beach.
D.A.R. Awards: The Ponte
Vedra Chapter of Daughters of
the American Revolution
meets at 10:45 a.m. at Marsh
Landing Country Club, 25655
Marsh Landing Parkway,


where it will present awards to
its American History Essay
Contest winners: fifth-grader
Haley E. Neal of PV-
PV/Rawlings Elementary,
sixth-grader Sean O'Linn of
Landrum Middle, seventh-
grader Jake Alexander Reiman
of Landrum and eighth-grader
Harrison Malone Goodall III
of Landrum. The youngsters
will read their essays, based on
"I Spy-Espionage during the
American Revolution," and
each will receive a bronze
medal, certificate and $100
U.S. Bond. The winning essays
have been entered into state
competition.

Extraordinary Liars: Bella
DePaulo, visiting professor in
psychology at the University'
of California, discusses "How
Ordinary People Become
Extraordinary Liars" at 7:30
.p.m. in the University Center
Banquet Hall on the
University of North Florida
campus. DePaulo is the author
of more than 100 publications
and has written "Singled Out:
How Singles are Stereotyped,
Stigmatized, and Ignored, and
Still Live Happily Ever After."
The lecture is part of the
Distinguished Voices Inquiry
and Insight Lecture Series.
Tickets for the free lecture can
be ordered online at
www.unf.edu.

Jacksonville Beach
Woman's Club: GFWC
Jacksonville Beach Woman's
Club meets starting at 10 a.m.
at Selva Marina Country Club,
Atlantic Beach. The general
meeting and annual arts and
crafts show features music
entertainment by Lorna
Greenwood. Lunch is served
at noon. For reservations, call
223-5218.


We Trim &.
Remove Everything!
Large Oaks
Palms
Ornamentals
Pines


Member of:
International
Society of
Arboriculture
& Tree Care
Industry
Association


Professional Services
Available
Crane Service
^ Bucket Trucks
Stump Grinding
Wood Chippers


Workers
Compensation
& General
Liability
Policies


Free Consultation


285-4625 or 241-4895

"AERIAL LIFT TRIMMING SPECIALISTS"


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- Quarter Games 3 pm-5:30 pm Enjoy 27" Color Tv's
* Regular Session 6:00 pm FREE Coffee
*Seating for 250 A Courteous, Friendly & Prompt
Staff g 4
628 1st Ave. N., Jax Beach 246-5756
HOME COOKED DINNERS $4
Non-Smoking room available
Doors Open 1:15pm After Hours 612-5787


Jewelry Sale: The Auxiliary
of Baptist Medical Center
Beaches hosts a two-day jewel-
ry sale sponsored by Rofe
Jewelry in the hospital lobby.
The sale runs from 7 a.m.-4
p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m.-3
p.m. Wednesday. Everyone is
welcome.

Jewish Book Club: Chabad
at the Beaches and Books-A-
Million are introducing a
Jewish book club for adults.
The club will meet the first
Tuesday of every month at
Books-A-Million, 738 Marsh
Landing Parkway, to discuss a
book and enjoy traditional
Jewish food. This month's
meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
The inaugural Books-A-
Million session offers a discus-
sion of the book, "Doesn't
Anyone Blush Anymore" by
Rabbi Manis Friedman. The
club is open to the public and
free of charge, but donations
will be appreciated. For infor-
mation, visit
www.Chabadbeaches.com,
call 285-1588 or contact
Info@ChabadBeaches.com.

Microsoft Across America:
Atlantic Laser will host the
Microsoft Across American
truck from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.,
displaying the latest from
Microsoft, HP, Citrix, Intel
and Avery. Samples and door
prizes will be available.
Register at
www.atlanticlaser.com

Wednesday, Feb. 13
Newcomers of Beaches:
Newcomers of the Beaches, an
organization for women new
to the area, holds its monthly
luncheon at 11 a.m. Feb. 13 at
Casa Marina Hotel, 691 1st St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. The
price for luncheon is $20. Call
Bonnie Lynch at 904-821-
9002 for information.





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by KATHY NICOLETTI
STAFF WRITER
On January 27 at Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church, the church's Cuba mis-
sion team presented a banner given to the
church by a Cuban Methodist Church.
For Cuban religious groups, there have
been "changes in the last decade.....
Following the Pope's visit to Cuba in 1996,
some draconian restrictions were lifted,"
said mission team member George Reed.
The other mission team members were
Ellen Carson, Ph.D. and Reed's wife Loree.
Ponte Vedra United Methodist Church is
one of 126 churches participating in the
United Methodists' Cuba-Florida Covenant.
Through the 10-year-old Covenant, Florida
Methodist churches are paired with a sister
chuch in Cuba.
The mission trip and ongoing support
from the Ponte Vedra church will help to
"build a bridge between the two communi-
ties." said George Reed.
On their recent week-long trip to Cuba,
the mission team brought a banner signed
by PVUMC members to give to the La Sierra
Church.
The team from PVUMC was "welcomed
and embraced" by the people at the La
Sierra Church, said Carson.
The Cuban people wanted to send a
banner that they signed to PVUMC.
"The banner made it more real to people
in our chuch," she said.


La Sierra is a small town in the hills about
an hour outside of Havana. The Methodist
church there has about 50 members. Many
of the other people in the area also attend
services there, said George Reed.
Communication with the La Sierra
church is difficult and was one of the chal-
lenges the team faced in planning the mis-
sion.
It is not possible to send regular mail,
email, or telephone Father Damian
Pacheco, the church's pastor, Reed said.
The mission team traveled with other
church teams working with the Cuba-
Florida Covenant and relied on insights
from those who had already been to Cuba.
, PVUMC Pastor, Rev. Jeff Bennett, had
also been to La Sierra in 1994 and was also
able to provide some help to the mission
team.
The Reeds and Carson brought 300
pounds of clothing, medical supplies, and
other items with them to La Sierra.
"The people were so grateful," said
Carson.
"Life is a struggle there. The church is so
important to them."
They need help for the material needs of
the church. They also need to know that
someone is holding them up spiritually,
said Carson.
The mission team will present a program
on their trip to La Sierra at Ponte Vedra
United Methodist Church on February 17.
For information, contact the church office
at 280-5141.


At left, Loree Reed holds
the banner while mem-
bers of La Sierra Church
in Cuba sign it.

Below, mission team
members Ellen Carson
(from left), Loree Reed,
and George Reed pres-
ent a banner given by La
Sierra Church to Rev. Jeff
Bennett (right) and the
congregation of Ponte
Vedra United Methodist
Church.


RELIGION BRIEFS


5K and One Mile Run/Walk
Palmer Catholic Academy will hold a
5 K Run/Walk and One Mile Fun
Run/Walk beginning at 8 a.m. tomor-
row. The One Mile Fun Run/Walk starts
at 9 a.m. and a Toddler Run starts at
9:20 a.m. Both events begin and end at
Mickler's Landing.
Entry fees including race day regis-
tration are $30 for the 5K, $10 for the
One Mile, and no charge for the
Toddler Run. Food, music, and chil-
dren's activities will be avaialble for par-
ticipants after the race. For information
and a detailed map of the course or to
register, visit www.palmercatholicacad-
emy.org.
Four Chaplains Memorial
A Four Chaplains Memorial Service
will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday at the


American Legion Post 129 at 1151 S.
4th Street in Jacksonville Beach. The
service will commemorate the 65th
Anniversary of the deaths of four chap-
lains from different faiths who served
together and gave their lives to save
their fellow servicemen during World
War II.
Women for Christ
Sheri Rose Shepherd will be the guest
speaker at the annual Women for
Christ luncheon on Tuesday, February
12 at the Prime Osborne Center in
Jacksonville. Shepherd is an author
and a.former ,Mrs.. United States. She
has appeared on Focus on the Family
with James Dobson.
Tickets are $25. For information call
642-5570 or visit www.jaxwomen-
forchrist.org.


Houses of Worship Tour
The Sixth Annual St. Augustine
Houses of Worship Tour will be held
from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday,
February 10. .Hosts at each of the
twelve participating houses of worship
will provide information about the
congregation's heritage and the archi-
tecture of the building.
Ancient City Baptist Church,
Congregation Sons of Israel, Memorial
Presbyterian Church, St. Photios
Orthodox National Shrine, St. Paul
A.M.E. Church, St. Cyprian Episcopal
Church, and St. Benedict the Moor
Catholic Church are among the reli-
gious communities participating.
There is no charge for the self-guided
walking tour but donations are appre-
ciated. The Sightseeing Train will pro-
vide free shuttle service between loca-


tions on the tour. The event is spon-
sored by Grace United Methodist
Church; call the church office at 829-
8272 for information.
Medical Missions Speaker
Alex Ramirez from Medical Missions
International will speak at 6 p.m. on
Tuesday, February 5 at Isle of Faith
United Methodist Church. Ramirez
will provide information about med-
ical missions in his home country of
the Dominican Republic and ways to
become involved in medical missions
around the world. The church address
is 1821.San Pablo.Road in. Jacksonville,
call 514-9033 for information.
Exhibit Opens
An exhibit featuring the art of Phyllis
Thomas opens today at the Bethel


Gallery at Ponte Vedra Presbyterian-
Church. Thomas specilzes in watercol--
or art. The exhibit will continue-
through March 9. The church address-
is 4510 Palm Valley Road; for informa-
tion call 285-8225.
Forum Series
The Adult Forum Series at St. Paul's
by the Sea Episcopal Church continues
at 9 a.m. on February 3 when Rev.-
Penny Pfab will speak about the Taize
Community
The community is welcome to
attend; for information contact the
church, office at 249r4091. Forums-are
held in the school-library in Stormes
Hall. The church campus is at 5th
Street and 11th Avenue North in
Jacksonville Beach.


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CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
400 San Juan Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach 285-6127
All Vehicles Must Enter on Golf View
Sunday 7:45, 9:00, 11:15 AM. 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist
Saturday Holy Eucharist 5:30 PM
Wednesday Holy Eucharist 7:00 AM. 11:15 AM, 6:00 PM
Weekday Evening Prayer in Chapel 6:00 PM except Wed.
Nursery available for Saturday and Sunday services
CHRIST CHURCH SAN PABLO
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
Nursery provided
For event information, visit www.christepiscopalchurch.com
COASTAL CHRISTIAN %9 ST. FRANCIS
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Home Church 55
off Kernan 895 Palm Valley Rd
553-9910 (1 mile east of PSi)
553-9910 615-2130
Meet Sundays 8Sunday services PONTE VEDRA
S8:45am-9am Christian Formation-
10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Pre-K through Adults United Methodist
10:00 am Holy Eucharist & Children's Chapel Church
www.coastalcristian.org Nursery available C hu


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Worshiping at ANGLICAN Sunday Worship Services
)cean Palms Elementary School BEACHE 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.
5 Landrum Ln, Ponte Vedra Beach CHURCH Sunset Service at 5:45
9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service* Worship Service Eucharist Nursery at all services
11:00 a.m. Traditional Service* 5pm Sunday
Kingdom Kids available Rev. Gary Blaylock, Vicar Sunday School
Childcare always provided Services held at: All ages 9:40 a.m.
Rev. Jeff Bennett, Pastor Nepturie Baptist Church, Rm 101
407 Third Street 3.410o South Third Street, JecKisonvile Beaci
280-5141 www.pv-umc.org Neptune Beach P 9 PC62 (USA)aschurh.rg
"Connecting the Unconnected" WWW.ANGLICANBEACHESCHURCH.ORG


HOLY TRINITY LORD OF LIFE Ponte Vedra ST. ANDREW'S
S ANGLICAN CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH Presbyterian Church( LUTHE TCHEURCH(ELCA)
(A T247-1442raditional Anglican Church) (ELCA) "Where friends gather to worship A Stephen Ministry Congregation
247-1442 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch 4510 Palm Valley Road (CR 210) 1801 Beach Blvd.
Holy Communione a www.pvpc.com Jacksonville Beach 249-4575
every Sunday at 9:00 A.M. Ph. 285-5347 Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. PASTOR MICHAEL BLAKER
Holy inity meetsintheOld Chapel ev. Julie Frank,Pastor Sunday Breakfast Sunday Worship
at 610 Florida Blvd., Neptune Beach unday Contemporary Worship Nursery & Toddler Ministries 8:00 am & 10:30 am
MAILINGADDRESS: P.O. BOX 50294 8:30am Middle, High School, College Sunday School
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 32240-0294 Sunday Church School 9:45am Adult Ministries Children 9:15 am
www.holytrinityneptunebeach.org Sunday LBW Worship 11:00am Music & Art Ministries Youth/Adult 9:15 am
Rev. Robert C. Adams, Vicar Nursery Provided Home of a Bethlehem Visit Nursery Provided
COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN (/" \ St+Paul's bythe Sea
CHURCH N /(EV/ E S P l b he
; 150 Sherry Drive, Atlantic Beach, FL piScopal Church
. Rev. Dr.GabeGoodman, Pastor Bapti si Ch u rch POWERFUL WORSHIP, PASSIONATE SERVICE
Church Office 249-8698 SATURDAY EVENING POWERFUL WORSHIP, PASSIONATE SERVICE
PreschoovKindergarten Office 241-7335 6:30 pm- Contemporary Worship Service *
www.communitypcusa.org SUNDAY
Schedule: 9:00 am -Contemporary Worship Service .7 &,
Sunday Morning Worship 8:30 & 11 a.m. 10:30 am Traditional Service Children's Chapel At 10 am Sun.
Church School-All Ages 9:45 a.m. WEDNESDAY Welcome Families Nursery At 7:30 & 10 am Services Sun.
Youth Fellowships 5:p.m. Bib 630 pm- The Gathering & Singles Christian Formation At 8:45 am
Contemporary Worship Serv. 5:59 p.m. BbStudies for Every Age & Life Situaion
407 Third Street Corner of 5th St. & 11th Ave. N. Jax Beach, FL www.stpaulsbythesea@ spbts.net
Chancel Choir Wednesdays 7 p.m. www.neptunebaptistorg Neptune Beach 942 4
Weekday Preschool/Kindergarten (3,4 & 5 yr olds) Tom Bary, Pastor 904-249-2307 904-249-4091
Palm Valley Baptist Church I OCEANSIDE
4'-X, lPalm Valley Road. Ponte Vedra O CI S V
( al: r a -Mandrin- CHURCH OF CHRIST w 'ewk e-
S ud ail: paSnchurchlbeisuth.net 9 ( 1 ff 1025 Snug Harbor Court
Sunday School for all ages ....9:15am J U d (off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th St. & Orchid St.)
Sunday Worship Atlafitic Beach, FL 32233 deOW-/ ,7e s
Service 10:30am Service Times 246-2709
Sunday Evening 2-0
Bible Study ............... 6:00pm Saturday 5:00 pm Vicior M. Eskew, Minister / ,'.,'
Wednesday_ ,FamilSunda3 8:00am, 9:30aim & I i:00am Sunday: Bible Class 10:00 a.m
Wednesday Famil /
Dinner .......................... 600pm (904) 268-2500 Worship 11 00 a.m Q ie *7)2
Wednesday Bible Study Evening Service 6 30 p m ~--
for aages........... ..... 7:00pm www.MandarinChristian.coni
A Southern Baptist Church 6045 Greenland Rd. near Philips lhi^. Wednesday: Bible Study 7-00 p.m


FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
of the Beaches (Disciples of Christ)
A125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach
Come worship with us by the ocean.
SUNDAYS:
Traditional Services 8:00 & 9:00 am
Children's Worship 9:00 & 11:00 am
Christian Education (all ages) 10:05 am
Celebration Praise 11:00 am
WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY)
5:30 Supper
6:30 Choir, Bible Study, Youth
Mahlon Dixon, Senior Pastor 246-2010
James Collins, Associate Pastor
www.fccbdoc.com /lemal:fccbdoc@bellsouth.net


BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN
A CHURCH
MISSOURI SYNOD
1423 N. 8th Ave., Jax Beach
Rev. Dana A. Brones, Pastor '
Phone: 249-5418
http://www.blcjaxbeach.org
8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. ditional
Praise & Worship Saturday 5:30pm
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.


ST. PAUL'S TRADITIONAL YET TIMELY
CATHOLIC Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m.
Worship Service 10:15 a.in.
1st Avenue North at 5th Street Youth Fellowship 11:30 a.m.
Jacksonville Beach Y u F Provided.
Father WinA. Kelly, pastor H- Nursery Provided -ST
Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday Mass 7:00, 8:30,10:00, 400 Penman Road (at Atlantic)
11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. Neptune Beach 249.5370
Saturday Confessions Rev. Patrice Spenser
After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m. Share in the love of Christ
4 ST. JOHN'S
FIRST BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHURCH
11 2400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
a -2Ti-, Father Joseph Meehan
324 N. 5th St., 249-2314 WEEKEND MASSES
324 N.5th St., 49-2314 Saturday 5 p.m.
Bible Study 9:15 a.m. Sunday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Blended Worship 10:30 a.m. Nui.ser. Available Suinday Morning
RECONCILIATION
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Saturday 10.00 a.m. o0 b\ appt.
Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Wed 6 00 pmi iK-3i7 15 p.m. 4-.6 gr.)
Weekday Ministry 246-2891 Sunday 600 pm 17-H.S i
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