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Vol. 45, No. 90


PONTE


Midweek Edition April 30, 2008

An edition of The Beaches Leader





EDRA LEADER


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


Members of the
Foxes chapter of
the Red Hat
Society wave to
onlookers Sunday
at the annual
parade to open
the beaches for
the season. See
more photos, A-7
and A-10..


The 2008
Sandcastle Contest
took place on
Saturday in
Jacksonville Beach.
Prizes were award-
ed in several
groups, including
Best in Show. See
photos of all win-
ners, A-12.


Mayport


land buy


gets OK

by ALEXANDRA KUMMERNES
STAFF WRITER
The Jacksonville Port
Authority Monday agreed to
purchase several acres of prop-
erty in Mayport Fishing Village
for a possible cruise terminal
"to keep its options open."
Stressing there are no current
plans for a proposed cruise ter-
minal, the seven-member JPA
Board of Directors unanimous-
ly voted to purchase 4.5 acres
in Mayport for approximately
$9 million from Vestcor and
Matt Roland.
Negotiations are ongoing
with Safe Harbor Seafood for
additional property to accom-
modate a terminal.
"We did this at this point to
preserve our availability. It
does not mean it's a done
deal...I think the board saw this
as an opportunity," said Nancy
Rubin, JPA's director of com-
munications and public rela-
tions.
Rubin explained that JPA is
still waiting on "the pieces of
the puzzle to come together"
regarding various issues such as
funding and environmental
concerns.
"I know people are anxious
about it and it may seem like a
first step and frankly, it may
be but the board did not vote
on the construction of a termi-
nal, they just voted on the pur-
chase of the property," Rubin
said.
JPA is "in touch "with several
cruise lines that are interested
in the Jacksonville area,
See MAYPORT, A-3


photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Getting a wine sample from Paul Donohue April 23 at Fresh Market in Ponte Vedra Beach is Cathe
Sommerlad, while Annette Price (right) samples some of the food at the Ponte Vedra Woman's Club Fine
Wine Gala. The event raised $8,600 for the club's scholarship fund. Another photo, A-7.



Roscoe t be The Players' relief valve'
FROM STAFF


. The Palm Valley Community
Association once again is teaming
up with The Players Championship
to ease traffic congestion during
next week's tournament.
Roscoe Boulevard will be used as
a "relief valve" for traffic going to
and from the tournament at near-
by TPC at Sawgrass, according to
Garry Phillips, vice president of the
community association and liaison
to The Players.


During times of heavy traffic -
anticipated Saturday and Sunday,
May 10 and 11 vehicles headed
toward the tournament will be
directed from State Road A1A south
on Solana Road to an entry gate off
Roscoe Boulevard, according to a
news release.
No vehicles northbound on
Roscoe Boulevard will be allowed
to enter the Roscoe gate, according
to the release.
At the end of play, the pattern


will be reversed, with traffic leaving
through the Roscoe Boulevard gate
directed north on Roscoe to Solana
Road and A1A. No vehicles leaving
the gate will be allowed to go south
of Roscoe, according to the news
release.
Roscoe Boulevard is one of few
roads in the Ponte Vedra Beach
area that some consider to be Palm
Valley.
See ELIEF, A-3)-


Sharks start



'PV tradition'

by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE '
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
P'onte Vedra High School will kick off spring
football practice Friday afternoon at Landrum
Middle School, according to Mike Loyd, the
school's newly hired head football coach.
"We'll work with the young kids from 4 p.m. to
5:30, p.m. at Lantdrum and the older ones at 6
p.m. at Davis Park," Loyd said Tuesday from his
temporary office at Nease High School.
"We have a tentative schedule set up through
Saturday. We don't have a locker room yet so we
have to make the best of our situation."
Loyd said he will hold an "equipment check-
out" Saturday at Davis Park to pass out helmets
and other items.
Thursday is the first official day of spring foot-
ball practice in Florida. Teams cannot begin con-
tact drills until the fourth day of practice, accord-
ing to the Florida High School Athletic
Association.
Loyd said the school, which will open Aug. 22,
has ordered shoulder pads and blocking sleds, but
neither will arrive before Friday. Loyd said he has
about 50 helmets, including some procured from
the annual Army All-American Bowl in San
Antonio, Texas.
The Sharks, who will play a 10-game season
next fall, will compete as an independent entity
and will not be eligible for the state playoffs. The
team opens its inaugural season on Friday, Sept.
5, at Bartram Trail High in Northwest St. Johns
County..
PV High and its sister school, Creekside High,
will cap spring drills with a scrimmage on
Saturday, May 31.
:: Loyd, formerly of Ardmore (Okla.) High,
arrived in town last Wednesday and was expected
to meet with incoming freshmen Tuesday at
Landrum.
L'tast weekend, he met with some prospective
incoming sophomores and juniors at
Cornerstone Park.
"There were about 40 kids there," Loyd said. "I
met most of them and their parents. I told the
kids they have a chance to lay the foundation.
"Nease has a great tradition, and that was part
of the reason I was attracted to this area. Now, it's
time to start our tradition."
S See GRIDIRON, A-3 -


LIFE SAVING CORPS


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photo by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
Catherine Woodcock, left, a junior at Nease High School, inspects a chicken
breast covered in a strange orange dressing during an initiation ritual for life-
guard recruits with the American Red Cross Volunteer Life Saving Corps.
Woodcock and five other recruits, including Walley Meskel of Stanton Prep,
were inducted Saturday into the Corps, following 12 weeks of training. See
story on page A-8, more photos on B-10.


Vlach taking over Klauk's turf


by CHUCK ADAMS
STAFF WRITER

Fred Klauk, golf course superin-
tendent. at TPC Sawgrass since 1986,
turns over the reins after next week's
The Players Championship.
Taking up the reins is Tom Vlach,
who was 14 when Klauk brought
him aboard in 1984'at TPC Eagle
Trace in Coral Springs, Fla.
"This is an excellent opportunity
for me to be able to do this," Klauk,
58, said Tuesday while sitting in his
office in the TPC's Golf Course
Maintenance area with his replace-
ment.
While studying at the University
of Wisconsin, Vlach served an
internship under Klauk in Ponte
Vedra Beach, then was an assistant
superintendent at TPC Sawgrass
from1992 to 1993.
. "To have the privilege to hand it
off to one of my students/peers, I
think it's a great opportunity for me
to be able to keep it in the family,"
said Klauk.
The 38-year-old Vlach becomes
superintendent at TPC Sawgrass after
the Players ends May 11.
It will be the end of Klauk's. 23
years as superintendent of the course
hosting the annual tournament.
Klauk, who has been with the PGA
Tour for 27 years, said he will remain
active with the Tour in a project
management capacity.
"Tom can call me anytime," said
Klauk, named Golf Course
Superintendents Association of


photo by CHUCKADAMS
Fred Klauk sits behind his desk Tuesday, the week before his final tour of
duty as golf course superintendent for The Players. Tom Vlach, standing
behind Klauk, takes over the superintendent's role after this year's event.


America [GCSAA] superintendent of
the year in 2000.
"But I will be relegated to be the
'go-fer' for the next two Players
[tournaments]. We're going to
rebuild the Valley Course in '09, [at
least] we think we are right now."


Vlach joined TPC Sawgrass after
serving as director of grounds main-
tenance at Greystone Golf and
Country Club in Birmingham, Ala.,
since 1999.

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Gene Baker met his match Second Annual Free


Gene Baker, athletic direc-
tor at Ponte Vedra High
School, knew another Gene
Baker when he coached
baseball at the University of
Northern Iowa. The other
Gene Baker had been sec-
ond-base partner to the
Chicago Cubs' eventual Hall
of Fame shortstop, Ernie
Banks.
After retiring from the
playing field, the other
Baker, who started his career
in the Negro Leagues and
played in the National


League from 1953-61,
became a scout. He and the
Ponte Vedra Baker had con-
tact whenthe former major
leaguer went to look at
prospects.
"He saw us on the road a
few times," Baker said.
During that time, he also
wound up with a few Gene
Baker baseball cards, sent to
him to be signed by fans
thinking he was the former
Cubbie.
The Ponte Vedra A.D.
recently related, with a


chuckle, that the one-time
big leaguer's advice to the
then-college coach, on what
to do with the cards that
mistakenly had been sent to
him, was "just go ahead and
sign them."
Gene Baker, who joined
with Banks in breaking the
Cubs' color barrier, batted
.265 in his major league
career with Chicago and
Pittsburgh, and was an All-
Star in 1955, died at the age
of 74 in Davenport, Iowa in
1999.


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lovers can log onto
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for cooking tips, new
Ss'mores recipes or to
share their favorite
twists on the classic
s'more.
When cooked on
the grill, start by plac-
ing half of a Milk
Chocolate bar on half
of a graham cracker.
Then, carefully toast a
large marshmallow
The classic combination of over a grill preheated to medi-
milk chocolate, marshmallows um, and place it on top of the
and crisp grahams has been a chocolate bar. Finally, top the
centerpiece of summertime fun perfectly melted marshmallow
for more than 80 years. with the remaining graham
Memories of families and cracker half and gently press
friends gathered around the together for a delicious treat.
campfire enjoying perfectly Or to make "s'more" s'mores at
toasted, chocolate-filled once, assemble half of a gra-
s'mores take you back to past ham cracker, chocolate bar and
camping trips. Good news the marshmallow topped with the
quintessential treat is no longer second half of the cracker and
reserved for only campfire wrap it in aluminum foil. Place
cooking. The backyard grill, the foil pocket on the grill and
oven and even microwave can cook for two minutes. The
make this treat iustas-z '~ silt-fi a-wai grr oey s'mores
Encouraging families to have treat.
s'more fun this summer, the Let guests build their own
experts at The Hershey's s'mores recipes with variations
Kitchens are teaching .con- of the classic treat. Try
sumers how to add the fun fla- Chocolate Banana S'mores
vor of s'mores to their backyard


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This longboard by Dick Rosborough is on display at The Ritz
and will be offered during a fundraiser for BEAM.




Surfers sign on



board to assist



BEAM at benefit


A custom 10'2" Rozo long
board has been made for a spe-
cial fundraiser for B.E.A.M.,
Beaches Emergency Assistance
Ministry. The board is on dis-
play at The Ritz, 185 3rd Ave.
N. in Jacksonville Beach.
"Raffle" tickets can be pur-
chased there for five dollars.
Cinco de Mayo Festival for
BEAM artwork adorns the cus-
tom board.
Dick Rosborough, known as
the "Rozo", a Fort George
Island board shaper, spent
years surfing and shaping surf
boards in the North shore of
Hawaii before moving to the
Jacksonvillle area. His long-
boards are sought after
because they are said to maxi-
mize maneuverability. Funds
raised in this "raffle" will help
B.E.A.M. help Beaches area


help families in 'need and a
reminder of that is embla-
zoned on the board.
The Cinco de Mayo festival
for B.E.A.M. will be at the Ritz
this Friday, May 3, for those 21
and older. There will be a $5
cover charge to enter the Ritz
and chances to win door
prizes. Drawings for door-
prizes will be held throughout
the night.
B.E.A.M. is a multi-faceted
social service agency that help
Beaches area residents in
many ways including finan-
cial assistance with utility pay-
ments, supplying school needs
in its "Back to School with
B.E.A.M. program, free tax
preparation, budget counsel-
ing, providing literally tons of
food annually and a multitude
of other services.


embellished with small slices of
banana and Peanutty S'mores
with a thin layer of peanut but- *
ter spread on the cracker. For
dark chocolate lovers, try
indulging in a recipe featuring
a dark chocolate.bar on a gra-
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grilled marshmallow..
If the rain just won't go
away, families also can enjoy
s'mores indoors. S'mores Ice
Cream Pie is frozen with vanil-
la or chocolate ice cream.
Looking for a quick and easy
recipe? Try Easy S'mores
Clusters. Simply break and heat
six milk chocolate bars in the
microwave, and stir in two
cups of miniature marshmal-
lows and eight coarsely
chopped graham crackers.
Then drop spoonfuls of the
mix into miniature paper muf-
fin cups, cover and refrigerate
until firm.
To find these and other
recipes, consumers can visit
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Hershey Company invites con,
sumers to share their twists on
the classic summertime treat
by visiting and posting their
recipes to www.smoresfun.com


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Jacksonville
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D u n k i n 4 .
Donuts keeps
customers run-
ning with their
second annual
"Free Iced
Coffee Day." u
On May 15,
Dunkin' Donuts '.
is treating cus- A '''
tomers who help
keep America a
running with a : .
free 16-ounce
(small) iced coffee
from 10 a.m. to 10
p.m. at Beaches .
shops, as well as '
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photo SUBMITTED
Mary Salfer-Hobbs, left, assists Keisha Rodriguez complete her voter registration form. Fletcher
High School participated in the annual countywide student voter drive last week. Last year, Fletcher
won the Freedom Award in the large school category for registering the most new voters.
Approximately 700 students ranging in age from 16 to 18 registered or pre-registered to vote during
the three-day drive. Supervisor.of Elections Jerry Holland, a 1972 Fletcher graduate, came out dur-
ing the drive to visit with some of the new voters. He asked students why they thought the largest
block of voters, 18-25 year olds actually voted the least. Bekki Frank, a Fletcher senior, explained
"Many students don't really feel that their vote will count or they don't know that much about the
elections." Her statement was echoed by many others in the group.


ARC to revisit Veranda
The St. Johns County
Commission Tuesday sent the
Veranda sign proposal back to
the Ponte Vedra Architectural
Review Committee (ARC) with-
out any discussion on the issue.
Commissioners were to con-
sider allowing five of the six
Veranda buildings to have
more signs than .are allowed
under rules of the Ponte Vedra
Overlay District, overseen by
the ARC.
The overlay ordinance allows
one, 24-square-foot wall sign
per commercial building along
major roads in Ponte Vedra
Beach and Palm Valley.
The owners of the Veranda,
noting that the buildings hold
numerous tenants, have
requested a total of 14 wall
signs on the east sides of five
buildings, facing State Road
A1A.
The Veranda is on the west
side of A1A just south of PGA
Tour Boulevard.
ARC, which OKs design, col-
ors, signs and landscaping on
commercial buildings, did not
come to a consensus on the,
Veranda signs .when members
discussed the issue last year.
At Tuesday's commission
meeting, Patrick McCormack,
St. Johns County attorney, sug-
gested removing the Veranda
sign plan from the. commis-
sion's agenda and letting the
ARC consider the plan May 14.
"We think it would be pru-
dent," McCormack said, noting
that he had spoken with mem-
bers of the ARC and the attor-
ney representing Veranda.
Commission Chair Tom
Manuel of Ponte Vedra Beach
said he hoped the ARC could
come to an agreement about
the signs before the issue
returns for commission consid-
eration May 27.
Variances from ARC rules


must be OK'd by the St. Johns
County Commission.
"Hopefully, on May 14, we
can get this issue resolved at the
community level,... which, of
course, be our preference,"
Manuel said.

Candidates visit Valley
The Palm Valley Community
Association will host a candi-
date forum and debate at 7
p.m. May 12 in the Palm Valley
Community Center, 148 Canal
Blvd.
Among topics of community
interest that may come up for
discussion are the proposed
widening of County Road 210
east of the Palm Valley bridge,
sidewalks along. Roscoe
Boulevard, and the expansion
of Nocatee west of the
Intracoastal Waterway.
All local candidates running
in the November elections have
been invited, and a packed
house is expected, according to
a news release from the Palm
Valley Community Association.
Wine and cheese will be
served at 6:30 p.m. prior to the
forum. ,, .
es'Rei ,fshts'df-ilm Valley arid
surrounding neighborhoods'
are invited to attend and learn
where the candidates stand on
community issues.

Guana Friends to meet
Friends of the GTM Research
Reserve will hold its monthly
board meeting 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday, May 13, at the Guana
Environmental Education
Center.
The public is invited to
attend. The education center
is near the Guana dam, off State
Road A1A about 12 miles south
of Mickler Road. For informa-
tion call Teri Webley at 823-
4527.
Players director leaving
Ron Cross, executive director


of The Players Championship,
has accepted a position as direc-
tor of -Corporate Affairs for
Augusta National Golf Club.
The PGA Tour announce-
ment came last week as the
community continued to gear
for the annual tournament,
scheduled May 5 to May 11 in
Ponte Vedra Beach.
Cross has worked at the PGA
Tour for 19 years.
Henry Hughes has been
appointed as chief executive
officer of The Players
Championship. Hughes'
responsibilities will include
long-term positioning for the
event, as well as chairing the
search committee to select
Cross' replacement.
The appointments are effec-
tive June 1.

Young golfers meet pros
The annual The Players
Championship "Breakfast with
the Pros" will be held at 7:30
a.m. Tuesday at the Sawgrass
Marriott.
Nearly 900 young golfers and
coaches are expected to attend
the event,,.. where Zach
Johnson, 2007 Masters champi-
on, will speak about his rela-
tionship with Christ.
Also speaking will be Brooke
Pernice, 13-year-old daughter
of PGA Tour professional Tom
Pemice Jr. who was blind from
birth. She will tell her story
through her talents as a singer
and songwriter.
Other PGA pros who' have
been invited to attend are Tom
Lehman, Stewart Cink, Ben
Crane, Aaron Baddeley, Fred
Funk, Bob Estes, Bart Bryant,
Jonathan Byrd, Joe Durant,
Davis Love, III, K.J. Choi, Bubba
Watson, and Jeff Gove, among
others.
The professional golfers will
be seated at tables with the golf
teams who will be present from


local area high schools and col-
leges. Every young golfer who
attends will receive a pass to
attend Tuesday's practice
round.
The event is presented by the
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, the largest Christian
sports organization in America.

Look into the deep
"Ocean," a movie featuring
some of the most bizarre inhab-
itants on Earth, will be shown
at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. every
Saturday and Sunday this
month at the Guana reserve
south of Ponte Vedra Beach.
"Ocean" visits the alien
world of the deep, bringing the
viewer face to face with some of
the denizens of the deep.
Admission to the movie is
included in the admission to
the Environmental Education
Center, which is $2 for adults,
$1 for ages 19 to 17 and free for
under 10.
The Guana Tolomato
Matanzas National Estuarine
Research Reserve
Environmental Education
Center is near the Guana dam,
off State Road A1A about 12
miles south of Mickler Road.

Walk-in clinics are topic
A nurse practitioner who
oversees walk-in clinics within
CVS Pharmacies will discuss the
. role of such clinics at the May
12 meeting of the St. Johns
County Civic Roundtable.
The meeting is scheduled 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. at the main
branch of the St. Johns County
Public Library System. San
Carlos at U.S. 1, St. Augustine.
The speaker, Cheryl Klug,
oversees riine Minute Clinics in
the Jacksonville area.

Forum set June 18
A candidate forum is sched-
uled 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Wednesday, June18, in the St.
Johns County auditorium.
The forum, organized by the
St. Johns Civic Association
Roundtable, will be shown on
government television chan-
nels.
Candidates appearing will be
those for the Constitutional
Officer positions, County
Commission Districts 1, 3 and
5 and School Board Districts 2


and 5.


according to Rubin. If a termi-
nal is built, it would take up
less than eight acres of prop-
erty rather than the 40 acres it
is on now as things could be
built, vertically, according to
published reports.
"We have no intention of
cementing over Mayport
Village," said Rubin. "There's
a lot that comes with a cruise
terminal. Our economic gain
doesn't go into our pockets."
Atlantic Beach Mayor John
Meserve Tuesday said that a
terminal would "jumpstart"
the area by bringing industry
to the Village.
"For anybody that says we
don't want to ruin the his-
toric ambiance of Mayport, I
would dare them to take a pic-
ture of it from the river. It's a
dump," he said regarding
Mayport's commercial dis-
trict.
Drugs are being sold in the
area and there is no move-
ment for any type of develop-
ment right now, he said.
While Meserve said he rec-
ognizes that the traffic and
parking need to be addressed,
a potential cruise terminal
could, be designed to be, aes-
thetically pleasing and also
allow space for shrimping


boats, he said.
Meserve also said that he
Disagrees with the attitude of
many Villagers who are
opposed to any changes.
"You could put two or three
restaurants out there and sell
Mayport shrimp out of
them," he said.
However, David Fisher,
chair of the Mayport
Waterfront Partnership a
group dedicated to preserving
a working waterfront said
the partnership is "not very
happy with the situation."
The Partnership passed a
resolution in February oppos-
ing the proposed terminal
because members said it
would damage the shrimping
industry and destroy the
lifestyle of the Village.
Fisher added that he was
"appalled" by comments
Meserve made regarding the
status of the Village, especial-
ly since Meserve played an
integral role in the establish-
ment of the Partnership and
served as its first chairman.
"That was bad form," he
said. "To get a slap in the face
like that from our [first] chair-
man was unnecessary and
unneeded."


Sharks set for attack
-GRIDIRON, from A-1


Loyd said he won't begin
to assemble a football staff
until this summer, but he's
already received interest
from several former NFL
players who reside in the
area.
Besides. former Nease sec-
ondary and special teams
coach Bill Bates (Dallas
Cowboys), Loyd said former
Florida State University wide
receiver Kez McCorvey, who
played for the Detroit Lions,
may join him this spring.
McCorvey is the executive
vice president of Titus Sports
Academy, which has an office
in Jacksonville.
Inaugural Jacksonville
Jaguars guard Eugene Chung,
a Ponte Vedra Beach resident,
has also expressed interest in


joining the staff on a volun-
teer basis, as has former NFL
player Jeff Smith, Loyd said.
Loyd, 51, was a NFL quar-
terback for two years with
the St. Louis Cardinals, and a
head junior college football
coach from 1991-95. In 21
years as a high school coach,
he has never had a losing sea-
son.
"Bill Bates doesn't know it,
but he was instrumental in
me accepting this job," Loyd
said.
"I'm looking forward to
working with him. And I'm
excited about being the first
head coach in the history of
the school."
To view the Sharks inaugu-
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Palm Valley lauds The Players


- RELIEF, from A-1
Another is Palm Valley
Road also known as
County Road 210 which
provides access to the 4nain
parking areas for The Players
Championship.
Canal Boulevard and
Landrum Lane, both of
which connect Roscoe
Boulevard and Palm Valley
Road, will to blocked to
through traffic during the


tournament, allowing local
traffic only, according to the
news release.
"The inconvenience that
our neighborhood will
endure for a short period of
time each day [during the
event] is eclipsed by all the
wonderful things The
Players Championship does
for the area, and we are
pleased we can contribute in


a small way," Phillips said in
the release.
"The Palm Valley
Community Association rec-
ognizes the extremely posi-
tive contribution that The
Players Championship
makes to the Northeast
Florida area and we want to
do our part in assisting to
facilitate it," Phillips said.


Course close to being ready


S.TURF, from A-1
All told, he's been instrumen-
tal in preparing courses for 16
PGA Tour and Champions Tour
events.
"It's very comfortable to come
back [to TPC Sawgrass] because
it's something familiar," said
Vlach. "I was blessed to know, at
14, this is the career I wanted."
"This year our challenge has
been a very cool spring in order
to get the rough to the proper
height that we'd like to get it,"
Klauk said.
"We're getting close to where
we want to be, but we need a lit-
tle cooperation over the next
week to get the rough very chal-
lenging by next Thursday,"
when tournament play begins.
Monday's heavy rain helped,
Klauk said, "because we put
additional fertilizers on the
areas that are lagging in growth
rate."
Klauk said The Players has the
strongest field in golf and the
Stadium Course is one of the
most challenging at any Tour
site.


"I know the Tour thinks it's
their No. 1 event. This is the
showcase of the PGA Tour," he
said. "I think the players very
much respect this course now,
where at the early stages you'd
get an uneven lie they didn't
think was fair."


Klauk and his wife, Peggy,
have three sons, John, Jeff and
Jason. Jeff plays the Nationwide
Tour, which is where Klauk
hopes. to do a little caddying.
And he'll have time to work
on his own golf game, Klauk
said.


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The Leader's Opinion

Clinic cooperative

showcases the spirit,

heart of community

Millions of Americans have no health insur-
ance. Millions more have health insurance that
provides minimal coverage while emptying the
user's pocketbook.
These uninsured and underinsured are the
focus of significant public debate and hand
wringing.
The political arena has, to date, afforded no
solutions nationwide or statewide.
Locally, however, a consortium of business,
civic and religious organizations has formed to
tackle the problem directly. With virtually no
rhetoric or posturing, the group has quietly been
working toward a solution to help neighbors in
peed.
The result will soon be a clinic that promises to
provide routine medical care for the needy -
including families.
The bottom line is expected to be better health
for more people once the clinic is operational in
coming months.
That means there should be fewer people get-
ting critically ill because they lacked routine
care.
It also means hospital emergency rooms will
not be clogged by those who could have been
treated sooner elsewhere at a substantial sav-
ings..
Plans for the clinic both its physical and fis-
cal operations in south Jacksonville Beach- are
still being nailed down.
Organizers are clearly enthused about the proj-
ect. This is an example of neighbors helping
neighbors and a project that promises to ulti-
mately benefit the entire community.



Letters to the editor:

First Street is dangerous to cross


To the editor:
It was great to see the new
yellow signs in the Town
Center of Neptune and
Atlantic Beach. These signs
give pedestrians the right to
cross the street and not fear
for their lives, but only if
vehicles observe the signs and
stop.
-JaksAon ille QBReach what ae.
)u.I waiting for?
Please do something to
slow drivers down from
between Beach Boulevard and


6th Ave North on 1st Street.
Anyone trying to cross 1st
Street, especially during sum-
mertime, [finds it] is a night-
mare and dangerous.
Think about these options -
signs giving pedestrians the
right of way, a flashing cau-
tion light to warn drivers of
pedestrians or just close the
..i.sb. .block.area,anld_.mj.akeit
SpLdstriian friendly
M.K. Christansen


Auction signs are just litter


To the editor:
I'm sorry that so many peo-
ple in the real estate business
are undergoing hard times
and I hope that the market
will rebound shortly.
However, this fact does not
excuse the blatant disregard
for Jacksonville Beach city
codes that prohibit snipe
signs on the city right of
ways. I am referring to the
proliferation of AUCTION
signs that appear every week-
end in one or more locations.
I know for a fact that the bro-
kers are aware that these signs
are illegal and they put them
out only on the weekends
when they know city code
enforcement officers are off
duty. I have asked several
agents if their brokers are
aware of the illegality of these
signs and they confirmed to


me that they are.
Perhaps Mr. Forbes, our city
manager, would authorize
one officer Saturday duty in
place of another day off to
remove these signs and others
advertising various sales
events that litter our city on
the weekends. Or better yet,
the council could declare
such signs litter and any citi-
zen could remove them as
they would any other form of
litter.
It is shameful that people
litter but it seems to be a way
of life for some. Thanks to
the many organizations and
individuals who go out of
their way to make our city a
more desirable place to live
by picking up after others.
Darrell Shields
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Our police deserve a better deal


ast year Jax Beach once
again had the highest
crime rate in northeast
Florida. We host thousands of
visitors but staff our police
only based on our resident
population. We have none to
manage the hordes from
across the ditch. Our police
handle more calls for service
per officer than any other
department in the area. We
are blessed to have a core
group of dedicated, experi-
enced officers probably the
best in the state.
The City and police are
negotiating police salaries for
the next two years. Our
police, similar to the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office
(JSO), are compensated based
on a negotiated 17-step pay
scale. All new hires, regardless
of experience, normally start
at pay step one, currently
$17.10 per hour. If after oine
year the officer receives a sat-
isfactory review they advance
to pay step two at $17.60/hr.
With an outstanding review
they advance two steps to pay
step three at $18.48/hr.
-..The City would character-
,ize tthe latter as a 6% raise. I
would characterize it as
underpaid. Following this
pay plan, after six years an
officer receiving only satisfac-
tory reviews would be paid
more than $13,000 per year
less than their JSO counter-
part, with outstanding
reviews every other year
almost $9,000 per year less.
The police are asking for
raises of 7% for the next two
years to reduce this pay dif-
ferential. We have a difficult
time filling positions at the
police department and I
believe we currently have
four unfilled positions. The
Police shortage is a national
problem. I have heard JSO is
short 400 officers. Closing the
pay differential would help us
compete with JSO for the lim-
ited pool of good officers.
After secret meetings closed
to the public, the Council has


DAVID SMITH
COLUMNIST

instructed the City negotiat-
ing team to offer our police a
0% increase each of the next
two years.
The excuse we hear is that
we don't have enough
money. The truth is our prior-
ities are upside down. The
budget for the City Managers
office increased 15% last year,
even before the Council
approved two years of consec-
utive 5% raises for the City
Manager. We spent
$3,000,000 to realign
Penman Road, why I don't
know. ,We paid more than
$2,000,000, for land down-
town. to be used, at least tem-
porarily, for more surface
parking to allow more visitors
we don't have the staff to
police. The $130,000 tide
clock that was approved then
disapproved would fund
three officers, the $67,000
paper folder/sorter purchased
to send full-color folded
propaganda pieces with the
electric bills would pay for
almost two.
I often think understaffing
the police is by design to ben-
efit the bar owners, the only
ones really prospering in our
"entertainment district",
which is the location of 25%
of our crime. Does the
Council worry that a strong
police presence downtown
will discourage the drunks
from visiting?
Now the police are not


responsible for causing our
crime problem. They are just
a Band-aid for the cut.
The causes of our high
crime are the policies of the
City, the actions of the plan-
*ning department, and deci-
sions of the planning com-
mission: abundant free park-
ing, high bar density,. over-
taxed police, lack of institu-
tional controls on anti-social
behavior, understaffed code
enforcement with none
nights or weekends, not pri-
oritizing crime reduction
strategies like the Head Start
program, ignoring proven
crime reduction techniques
like adequate lighting, refus-
ing to recognize the differ-
ence between a restaurant
and a bar, clinging to the past
and refusing to accept current
realities, all result in resigned'
,tolerance of crime by our res-
idents.
To date the city's approach
to our crime problem is to
either pretend it doesn't exist
or blame it on someone else.
When we had the riot in the
pier parking lot last month
That took billy clubs, tasers,
San hour, and a hundred cops
to quell: it was because school
was not in session.
When we had gunplay
amongst large early morning
crowds at Latham Plaza last
summer, it was because a bar
had closed. Guess what?
Schools let out and bars dose.
Never has the City acknowl-
edged that our high crime
rate is because we have creat-
ed an environment con-
ducive to crime, a breeding
ground. Until that occurs we
are without hope.
What are the solutions to
our crime problem? It sure
doesn't look like the Council
has any answers. If you don't
believe me, just ask one.
A good first step is to take
care of our police. They
deserve it.
Smith lives with his family in
downtown Jacksonville Beach.


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To the editor:
I was just advised that JAX-
PORT today voted unani-
mously to buy all Vestcor
properties and begin the
immediate construction of a
Cruise Ship Terminal in
Historic Mayport Fishing
Village.
The fishing and shrimping


village will be no more. We
have been lied to and used
by all Jacksonville and
Atlantic Beach politicians for
the personal gains of individ-
uals and their friends.
Working Waterfronts pro-
tected by what law?
Remember in November,
and future elections, to


"KICK ALL THE RASCALS
OUT OF ELECTED OFFICE!!"
NO ONE, REPEAT, NO
ONE SHOULD EVER VOTE
FOR ANY CURRENT INCUM-
BENT FOR ANY ELECTED
OFFICE IN THE FUTURE!!
Carroll Huffines


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POLICE BEAT


Police seek suspect


in shooting atJB


streetend on Sunday


Police say suspect's children

were in car he fired into


FROM STAFF
Jacksonville Beach police
are seeking a man suspected
of shooting a gun multiple
times at his wife, in front of
the couple's three children,
Sunday afternoon at a beach
end-zone.
The woman was struck by at
least two bullets, police said,
but has been released from
the hospital. The children,
ages 5,4 and 2, were not
injured.
Levert J. Stewart, 26, is
being sought by police in con-
nection with the attempted
murder of his wife, police
said. They said the shooting
occurred at 5:30 p.m. Sunday
in the 1st Avenue South end-
zone.
Stewart is charged with
attempted homicide, child
endangerment, aggravated
domestic battery and shoot-
ing into an occupied vehicle,
police reported.
Police said the suspect was
with his his wife, three chil-
dren and his brother when
they decided to take the chil-
dren out onto the beach.
Stewart and his wife began
to argue and, police said, the
suspect exited the vehicle and
approached the driver side
where the victim was seated.
He pulled out a hand gun
and fired multiple times into'
the vehicle, striking the vic-
tim at least twice, police said.
The three children were in
the back seat and were not
injured during the shooting.
The brother of the suspect
was also inside the vehicle
and was unhurt.
Police said Stewart fled the
scene heading northbound on
the sidewalk along the beach.

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Porivided by police
Levert J. Stewart


He was last seen wearing a
multicolored shirt with dis-
tinctive florescent coloring,
dark knee-length shorts and
white Nike shoes with lime
green highlights.
Stewart is a black male
standing 5'11' to 6'0" and
weighs 200 pounds. His hair is
fashioned in a loose fitting
braid style and he has numer-
ous tattoos on his body
including one on the right
side of his neck and one on
the left side.
The suspect should be con-
sidered armed and dangerous,
extreme caution should be
used, police advised.
Any information on the
suspect may be forwarded to
the Jacksonville Beach Police
Department at 270-1667.


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The Asian Redbay Ambrosia Beetle


Destructive beetle is


killing local redbays


by LIZA MITCHELL
STAFF WRITER
A pesky problem could be
cropping up in Jacksonville
Beach.
City code inspectors are
encouraging residents to pur-
chase local firewood to avoid
introducing a destructive bee-
tle that has damaged trees in
other areas of the state.
The Asian Redbay Ambrosia
Beetle and its associated fungus
are fast killing redbay trees and
other related trees like sassafras
are also at risk.
This exotic tree-killing pest
can spread to new areas
through the movement of


infested wood," said a notice
posted in the city's Planning
and Development Department
where code violations and tree
removal permits are processed.
"Non-native inspects, dis-
eases and invasive plants are
major threats to our nation's
forests."
The Forestry Division, of the
state Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services asks that citizens not
bring in redbay firewood from
places outside of the Beaches
area. Redbay wood from an
outside location that is already
in the area should be burned
thoroughly.


ATLANTIC BEACH
Burglary to a business was
reported on April 21 in the 300
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report.

Fraudulent use of personal
identity information was
reported on April 21, according
to a police report.
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Burglary to a business was
reported on April 22 in the 20
block of Ardella Road, accord-
ing to a police report. Someone
broke into a garage and stole
lawn equipment, according to
the report.

Burglary to conveyance was
reported on April 23 in the 600
block of Ocean Boulevard,
according to a police report.

Burglary to a conveyance was
reported on April 21 at the
intersection of East Coast Drive
and Ahern Street, according to a
police report.

Forgery was reported on April
21 in the 1800 block of Sevilla
Boulevard, according to a police
report.
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Lewd and lasciviousbehavior
was reported on April 25 on
20th Street, according to a
police report. The complainant
told police that the suspect was
masturbating approximately
100 feet away from her near a
beach access, according to the
report.

Darren Patrick Gavin, 44, was
arrested for possession of
cocaine on April 25 in the 1200
block of Mayport Road, accord-
ing to a police report.

Michael Anthony Sturms, 23,
was arrested for aggravated
assault on April 27 in the 90
block of 11th Street, according
to a police report. The suspect
and victim were arguing and
the suspect pointed a shotgun
at the victim, according to the
report.

Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on April 27 in
the 900 block of Plaza Drive,
according to a police report.
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NEPTUNE BEACH
Fraudulent use of personal
identity information was
reported on April 27 in the,200.
-block, of-Lemon Street, accord-.
ing to a police report.

Robert Benjamin Westcott,
37, was arrested for employee
theft on April 28 in the 1400
block of Atlantic Boulevard,
according to police report.

Ryan E. Smith, 21, was arrest-
ed for possession of cocaine an4
misdemeanor charges of petit
theft, possession of 20 grams or
less of cannabis and possession
of drug paraphernalia on April
28 in the 300 block of Hopkins
Street, according to a police
report.

PONTE VEDRA
SAggravated assault was
reported on April 27 in the
1100 block of Sea Hawk Drive,
according to a police report.
The complainant told police his
neighbor, the suspect, came out
of his residence and yelled at
him to be quiet and then point-
ed a handgun at his chest,
according to the report.
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Criminal mischief was report-
ed on April 27 in the 2800 block
of St. Marc Court, according to
a police report The com-
plainant told police someone
poured paint thinner on his
vehicle, according to the report.

Grand theft was reported on
April 27 in the 100 block of
Alsace Court, according to a
police report.
* *
Burglary to a motor vehicle
was reported, on April 27 in the
200 block of Cranes Lake Drive,
according to a police report.


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Uttering a forged instrument
was reported on April 25 in the
600 block of A1A N, according
to a police report.
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JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Robbie Joseph Wilson, 21, of
Middleburg, was arrested April
27 and charged with grand
theft in the 300 block of 1st
Street N., according to a police
report. Police responded to a
report of a fight involving sev-
eral males at 2:15 a.m. The sus-
pects fled in different directions
when police arrived. Wilson
was found with the victim's cell
phone in his backpack, police
said.

Armed robbery was reported
April 27 in the 600 block of 3rd
Street North. The victim told
police that she left a bar shortly
before 6 p.m. and was
approached by a male suspect.
The man demanded her wallet
and had his hand on a knife
that was visible from his pocket.
The woman gave the suspect
her wallet and he removed the
$200 and gave it to an
unknown female suspect to
enter the store. Police said the
man attempted to rape the vic-
tim an at unknown location on
2nd Street between 5th and 6th
avenues north. The victim said
the man realized he was not
corppleting the sexual assault
and fled in a blue four-door
sedan. He is described as 5'11
with a medium build and a 3-
inch afro.

Ronald Drew Wilson 18, of
Jacksonville, was arrested April
27 and charged with grand
theft in the 300 block of 1st
Street N., according to a police
report. Police responded to a
report of a fight involving sev-
eral males at 2:15 a.m. The sus-
pects fled in different directions
when police arrived. Wilson
was observed putting the vic-
tim's cell phone in his brother's
backpack, police said.

Jason Woodrow Kelly, 33, a
transient, was arrested April 26
and charged with lewd and las-
civious exhibition on a victim
under 16 and two counts of
misdemeanor exposure of sexu-
al organs in the 100 block of 1st
Street North, according to a
police report. The victim told
police.,that,she. was walking


down the sidewalk with her two
daughters when Kelly started
following them with his
exposed penis in his hand. The
woman pointed him out to
police who found him with his
pants still unzipped.
* *
A firearm was reported dis-
charged April 27 in the 700
block of 4th Avenue South. A
suspect was observed firing four
rounds into the air during a
fight near the basketball courts
south of the Carver Center.
Police found three spent .40 cal-
iber shell casings and one .32
caliber shell casing in the area.


* *
Grand theft was reported
April 28 in the 200 block of the
Oceanfront North. The manag-
er of a restaurant determined
that the night deposit for
$6,720 was missing. An
employee admitted to taking
the money to pay a gambling
debt. The suspect claimed that
bookies had threatened to kill
him' if he didn't take the
money. He returned to the
restaurant with money wired
from his parents. The manager
did not want to press charges
but the employee was fired.


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A beautification project on
Sixth Street in Atlantic Beach
was voted down after several
citizens complained.
A group of neighbors
formed a committee and
requested $2,500 from the
city to landscape the Sixth
Street beach access, but sever-
al residents said they were
opposed to various aspects of
the project.
Resident Don Ford said that
he did not have a problem
with the concept of beautifi-
cation, but was concerned
that some citizens either did
not know about the project or


were not notified properly, he
said at Monday's meeting.
"Posting and notifying citi-
zens of Sixth Street has been a
problem with this project
from the beginning," he said.
Other citizens had concerns
about obstructing beach views
and that the landscaping
would make the area less
accessible to the public.
One resident, who said he
works with sex offenders,
expressed concern that heavy
foliage and barriers could
make the area less safe.
The proposed plan included
irrigation, Sabal and
Washingtonian Palms, Muhly
grass and Pittisporum.
Ligustrums were supposed


to be included, but Rodney
Margol, who initiated the
project, eliminated them from
the design proposal after
Commissioner Carolyn
Woods mentioned concerns
about them obstructing the
view.
Mayor John Meserve said
that the city should not take
any action until there is a
general consensus among the
residents for a design plan.
"All I'm hearing is a lot of
negative vibes from this or a
lack of understanding of what
it is," he said. "I don't think
we can be horse trading with
[different residents regarding
various aspects of the project.]


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survived by her husband,
Charles Thomas Anderson;
son, Mark Edward (Dana)
Anderson; daughter, Lynn
Anderson (Steve) Masciocchi;
and grandsons, Lukas Reno
and Cooper John Masciocchi,
all of the Jacksonville area.
Anderson was predeceased
by her parents, John and
Nettle Murphy of Charles
County, Md.; and sisters, Jean
Harrison of Indian Head, Md.,
and Helen Cooksey of Rocky
Point, N.C.
She is also survived by
brothers and sisters, Anna
Lindsay of Lexington Park,
Md.; Irene (Carl) Logan of
Asheville, N.C.; Lois (Donald)
Cooksey of Lexington Park;
Margaret (Bob) Marshall of
Lusby, Md.; John (Betty).
Murphy of La Plata, Md.; and
Edward (Diane) Murphy of
Owings, Md.; as well as moth-
er-in-law Madeline Heisner
Anderson of Lynn Haven, Fla.,
and sister-in-law Frances (Witt)
Anderson Irion of Nashville,
Tenn.
Anderson was one of seven
sisters and two brothers. After
graduation from high school
in 1959, she worked in
Washington, D.C., where she
met her husband with whom
she shared her life for 46 years.
She loved her family and
friends, and was a devoted wife
and mother, her family said. In
addition to taking care of her
family, her family said she was
an avid quilter, and was a
member and past president of
the Coastal Quilters Guild of
Jacksonville Beach. She was a
member of Kindred Spirits and
a past president of The Woods
Garden Club in Jacksonville.
She enjoyed meeting new
people, cooking, reading, and
spending time with her family,
friends and pets, her family
said, and will be remembered
a a kwving- and- devoted infe.
mother, grandmother, sister
and friend.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, April 30,
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Road,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32257-6030,
or the American Cancer
Society, 1430 Prudential Drive,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32207-8132.
Arrangements entrusted to
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.

Frederick J.
Callahan

Frederick J.
Callahan of
Jacks6nville,
formerly of .
Manomet,
Mass., died 'G
after an as
extended ill-
ness. He was
87.
Callahan
worked for American Greetings
for 30 years as a department
manager. He was a veteran of
World War II, where he
received the Bronze Star. He
was also awarded the Carnegie
Medal in 1947 for saving a
woman from drowning in Fort
Point Channel in Boston.
An avid golfer and lifetime
member of the John Alden
Sportsman's Club, Callahan
enjoyed championing the
cause of the working class in
many well-written letters to
the editor, his family said.
The husband of the late
Edith Callahan, he is survived
by his three children, Fred
Callahan Jr. of Manomet,
Patricia Callahan of Kingsland,
Ga., and Dennis Callahan of
Boston; as well as his two
grandchildren, Ryan Callahan
and Meaghan Callahan; both
of Manomet.


Madoline Murphy
"Murph" Anderson


NI i d o I i n e
M u r p h y
" Mu r p h "
Anderson, 71,
of Jack-
sonville, died
April 24, 2008,
at home sur-
rounded by
her family.
Anderson is


Graveside services will be
held Thursday, May 1, 2008, at
Beaches Memorial Park, 1500
Main St., Atlantic Beach.
Professional services provid-
ed by First Coast Funeral
Home.

Robert E. (Bob)
Ferguson

Robert E.
(Bob)
Ferguson, 82,
born May 26,
1925, in St. .-.
Louis, Mo.;
died peaceful-
ly at his home
at 6 p.m. April
26, 2008.
Ferguson
leaves behind his wife,
Barbara, of 58 years,.who was
his best friend and the love of
his life, his family said; his two
daughters, Debbie (Bill)
Rentfrow and Lynn (Joe) Petry;
five granddaughters, Janelle,
Teri, Lana, Lacie and Leslie;
five great grandchildren; sister,
Glenda Klein (Branson, Mo.);
and brother-in-law and sister-
in-law, Dick and LaVerne
Moersch (St. Louis).
Ferguson was predeceased by
his mother and father, Clyde
and Edna; step-mother, Opal
Ferguson Moersch; and sister,
Arlene Lloyd.
Ferguson enlisted in the
Navy and was based in the
Philippines, where he fought
for and served his country dur-
ing World War II. After the
war, Ferguson worked with
NCCI, an actuarial firm that
.sets Worker's Compensation
rates for over 40 states, as man-
ager of the Southeast Region
for 39 years.
According to his family, at
the time of his death and for
several weeks preceding, he
was surrounded and comforted
by his devoted family,, who
loved him more than words
can express. Together with his
family and Hospice, the neces-
sary care was provided to make
his last days as comfortable
and peaceful as possible, his
family said.
In celebration of Ferguson's
life, a memorial service will be
held Saturday, May 3, at 11
a.m. at the chapel of Quinn-
Shalz Funeral Home,
lacksonville ---c-B t:
Immediately fiowVing--'the
memorial service, family and
friends are invited to attend a
reception at the funeral home
in his honor.
The family requests that in
lieu of flowers, donations be
made to Northeast Florida
Community Hospice.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Charles H.
Hamblen Jr.

Charles H. Hamblen Jr. died
in Jacksonville April 23, 2008,
at age 91.
An East Tennessee native, he
was a graduate of Carson-
Newman College, where he
was captain of the basketball
team and president of the
Student Goverriment
Association.
He served in the Navy dur-
ing World War II as an officer
in the South Pacific and
became athletic director and
instructor in political science
at St. Petersburg.Junior College
in Florida in 1946. He did grad-
uate studies at the University
of Florida, where he was
named Phi Kappa Phi, and at
Columbia University as a fel-
low of the Rockefeller
Foundation.
He served as professor of
political science and in admin-
istrative positions at the
University of Florida; DeKalb
College in Atlanta, Ga.; and
Central Florida Community
College in Ocala, Fla. In 1963,
he joined the U.S. Office of
Education as Senior Program
Officer in Higher Education in
Washington, D.C., and
Atlanta. From 1991 to 1998, he
and his wife were members of
the Academy of Senior
Professionals at Eckerd College
in St. Petersburg.
His wife, Mildred Miller
Hamblen, a native of St.
Petersburg, died in June 2005
in Jacksonville. They were
married for 59 years.


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Commissioned Officers
Association) and the Navy
League.
Family members include his
wife, Cecilie; sons, Robert and
Richard Tull of Jacksonville;
and brothers, Charlie Tull of
North East, Md., and Paul
(Eleanor) Tull of Denver, Colo.
He was predeceased by his par-
ents and son, Michael Tull.
A visitation will be held
from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday,
April 30, at Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home, Jacksonville
Beach. Funeral services will be
held at 10 a.m. Thursday, May
1, 2008, at the funeral home.
Interment will follow in
Beaches Memorial Park with
honors.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Northeast Florida
Community Hospice, 4114
Sunbeam Road, Suite 101,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32257.


Julius Wurmser

Julius Wurmser, 91, born
Jan. 29, 1917, inJamacia, N.Y.,
died April 25, 2008, at the
McGraw Hospice Center in
Jacksonville.
A Pearl Harbor survivor, he
leaves his wife, Doris, two step-
sons, Jann Fralicker and Dale
Fralicker, and four grandchil-
dren.
A native of New' York, he
moved to Miami in 1957 and
retired from the U.S. Postal
Service in 1982. He then
moved to Jacksonville to be
near his children.
A memorial service is sched-
uled for 6 p.m. Wednesday,
April 30, 2008, in the chapel of
the funeral home.
Arrangements are entrusted
to Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.


He is survived by a son,
Charles H. Hamblen III of
Jacksonville, and a brother,
Lyons A. Hamblen of
Hendersonville, N.C.
A memorial will be held at
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach, at
11 a.m. Saturday, May 10,
2008.
In lieu of flowers, a gift. may
be made to the Dr. Charles H.
and Mildred M. Hamblen
Endowed Scholarship Fund,
Central Florida Community
College, P.O. Box 1388, Ocala,
Fla. 34478.
Arrangements are entrusted
to Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach.

Matthew Ryan
Hicks

Matthew Ryan Hicks, 24,
died Sunday, April 27, 2008, at
St. Vincent's Medical Center.
Hicks was born Nov. 17,
1983, in Kingsville, Texas. He
moved to the Jacksonville area
in 1985.
Hicks is survived by his par-
ents, Anita Hicks (Rick Waters)
and Ronald Hicks (Brooke); sis-
ter, Michelle Edgar (R);
nephew, Ryan Hicks; niece,
Kianna; grandparents, William
and Joanna Johnson; aunts
and uncles, Bill and Debbie
Johnson, Robert and Doreen
Hicks, Jack and Tina Hicks, and
Nancy and Scott Pitruzzello;
cousins, Michael, Teresa,
Amanda, Heather, Sarah, Brett
and Tony; and his great grand-
mother, Louise Reda.
During his short time here
on Earth, Hicks faced numer-
ous medical challenges, his
family said, dnd through these
challenges he had the opportu-
nity to cross paths and share
time with many people.
According to his family, Hicks
made an impact on those who
shared in his journey and left
an impression that will not be
forgotten.
A family gathering will be
held at Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Home, Jacksonville Beach,
Thursday, May 1, 2008, from 6
to 8 p.m., with a vigil at 7
p.m. The Funeral Mass will be
Friday, May 2, 2008, at St. John
the Baptist Catholic Church,
Atlantic Beach, at 11 a.m.
Memorial contributions in
hdnor of Hicks can be. made to
the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund
Foundation, CHILD Cancer
Fund or Dreams Come True.
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Robert E. Holland

Robert E. Holland, 76, died
April 13, 2008, at the McGraw
Community Hospice Center
after a lengthy illness.
A native of Beaverton, Ore.,
Holland retired from the
Electrical Division, Panama
Canal Commission, after 31
years of government service.
He then relocated to the
Jacksonville area.
He was predeceased by his
elder son, Gene, and is sur-
vived by his wife, Elizabeth,
and daughter, Dionne, both of
Jacksonville; and his son
Robert, daughter-in-law,
Maria, and granddaughter,
Julia, all of Austin, Texas.
In lieu of flowers, a contribu-
tion may be made in his name
to Northeast Florida
Community Hospice, Anne
and Donald McGraw Center,
4715 Worrall Way,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32224
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Wayne Warren
Price

Wayne
Warren Price,
49, of
Jacksonville,
died at his
home.
He was born
in Jacksonville
Oct. 15, 1958,
to Helen B.
Price and
Warren W. Price.
Price graduated from Bishop
Kenny High School in 1976.
He continued on to graduate
from the Pontifical College
Josephenium in Columbus,
Ohio, and received a master's


degree from St. Vincent de
Paul Regional Seminary in
Boynton Beach, Fla. He
enjoyed a career with the St.
Augustine Catholic Diocese for
15 years. Recently, he was
employed by U.S. Airways in
Philadelphia, Pa., and trans-
ferred back to Jacksonville.
According to his family,
Price touched many people
throughout his life and now he
.can rest in peace.
Price was preceded in death
by his mother, Helen. He is
survived by his father, Warren,
and sister, Sandra K. Price, of
Avondale Estates, Ga.
A Memorial Mass 'will be
celebrated at 11 a.m.
Wednesday, April 30, in St.
Paul's Catholic Church of
Jacksonville Beach with the
Reverend William Kelly as
Celebrant.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to Tree Hill
Nature Center, 7152 Lonestar
Road, Jacksonville, Fla. 32211,
or to your favorite charity.
Services are under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Telfair Stockton
Rogers Sr.

Telfair Stockton Rogers Sr.,
born April 24; 1923, died April
22, 2008, after a lengthy ill-
ness.
Rogers was the son of Frank
and Florence Telfair Stockton
Rogers and the first grandchild
of Pioneer developer Telfair
Stockton. Rogers served his
country in the U.S. Marine
Corps and was a decorated vet-
eran in World War II and the
Korean War.
A graduate of the Bolles
School, Rogers attended the
University of Florida,
Princeton University and
Rollins College where he was a
member of The X Club and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Fraternity.
Rogers is survived by his wife
of 35 years, Anita Sanders
Rogers; three children by a pre-
vious marriage, daughter
Pamela Telfair Rogers, and sons
David Dunn Rogers and Telfair
Stockton Rogers Jr.; and grand-
sons Robert Doolittle and
Joseph Lafko.
A private service will be held
o~u(Oftown. ,,
Services under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Irene Rutkowski

Irene
Rutkowski,
80, died
peacefully at
MIayo Clinic -
Hospital. '
She was
born in
Scranton, Pa.,
June 2, 1927.
Rutkowski
and her husband, Sylvester,
relocated to Jacksonville Beach
from Bloomfield, N.J., 23 years
ago.
Rutkowski was an active
member of the NE Florida
Quilter's Association. She was a
devoted wife, mother and
grandmother who will be
greatly missed, her family said.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 62 years, Sylvester
Rutkowski; daughters, Nancy
Lampert (Charles) and
Elizabeth Drahman (Thomas);
brother, Edward Jr.; sister,
Joann; and grandchildren,
Justin, Joshua, Jesse, Joel and
Tess. She was predeceased by
her son, Edward Russ.
A private family service will
be held at a later date.
Services are under the care of
Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
Jacksonville Beach.

Kenneth L. Tull

Kenneth L. Tull, 77, died
April 26, 2008.
He was born Jan. 30, 1931,
to Alice and Eugene Tull in
Pocomoke City; Md., and
moved to Jacksonville in 1974
from Rhode Island. He retired
from the U.S. Navy after 30
years and worked for The
Beaches Leader and The Mirror
for 10 years.
He was an active member
and past president of Fleet
Reserve Association 290, and
lifelong member of American
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(Part nine of a series)


by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Lined up on the bulk-
head at 4 a.m. Saturday,
six sleep-deprived
recruits with the American
Red Cross Volunteer Life
Saving Corps sang an old
nursery rhyme.

"The worst is yet to come,
the worst is yet to come,
Hi-ho, the dario,
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Catherine Woodcock, Walley Meskel, asst. instructor Demian Harris and Rob Emahiser.


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trained emergency trauma
specialists in the U.S. mili-
tary. Trained as parachutists,
scuba divers and combat
medics, PJ's undergo some
of the most arduous training


in the military.
Posch, who joined the,
Corps as a Fletcher High
junior in 1999, spent six
years as a PJ with the 38th
Rescue Squadron, stationed
at Moody Air Force Base in
Warner Robins, Ga.
Assisting Posch on "test


Saturday" was former Navy
search-and-rescue swimmer
Rob Emahiser, who joined
the Corps in 1994.
After a round of pushups
in their soaking wet gym
clothes, the recruits, Eric
Bohn, Kaity Morris,
Anthony Delossantos,


Catherine Woodcock, Walley
Meskel and Monica
Ruggiero, lined up on the
beach for their final timed
mile run.
Morris, a 17-year-old jun-
ior at Providence High and a
lifeguard in her native South
Africa, was the first recruit
across the line in six min-
utes and 44 seconds.
Meskel, a senior at
Stanton College Prep, and
Delossantos, a junior at
Paxon School for Advanced
Studies, crossed the line
together at 7:21. Ruggiero,
an 18-year-old waitress with
a degree in culinary arts
from Johnson & Wales
University, called out her
name as she finished in
7:45.
Bohn, a 19-year-old aspir-
ing firefighter, easily fin-
ished under the 8-minute
qualifying time.
But Woodcock, a junior
honors student at Nease
High, passed by the skin of
her teeth in 7:58.
Posch wasted no time
wearing the recruits down
physically for the next hour.
They ran and swam in high
surf, performed numerous

See GUARDS, A-9


JOHN
HARDEBECK
COLUMNIST


Author finds

story in own

back yard


A local author is traveling in
good company via her chil-
dren's story in which the
young characters become
intrigued with flying.
In the brief book, "Magical
Adventures in Your Own
Backyard," Delores Suggs-
Marshall has created an cute
imaginative yam wherein the
setting is the back yard at her
grandchildren's home, embel-
lished by fairy-attracting bird
feeders.
For the book, the author
uses the pen name, "Ganma,"
a childlike mispronunciation
of "Grandma," originated by
one of her grandchildren.
"I didn't get an option, "the
author told me. "She called
me that from the time she was
able to talk." The author said
that using it for a nom de
plume was "kind of catchy."
Models for the lead roles in
the story were three of her
grandkids, ages 8, 9, and 10.
Their unusual first names are
used, respectivelv: Brea, Caru. .
Sand K~nya. tne book is dedi-
cated to all nine of her grand-
children.
"The children's book is
about three sisters meeting
two fairies in their back yard
and the adventures they
incur," said Suggs-Marshall.
The fairies, being winged
and capable of flight, were
drawn to the bird feeders,
which were also being visited
by hummingbirds. The young-
sters began to interact with
the fairies, and the fantasy
proceeded. The author's prac-
tice of employing unique
given names continued, as the
fairies were called Tafcee,
Goefcee and other equally
novel monikers.
In building the tale, the
author manages to include
some rules for juvenile behav-
ior, e.g., they were allowed to
amuse themselves "...only
when homework and chores
were all done," the author
writes.
She also infused some child-
like foibles that so often show
up in the relations among sib-
lings. In our interview, she
referred to the coverage in the
book of "...all the bickering
and conniving that goes. on
between sisters...." The con-
flict of overdevelopment and
the natural environment is
indicated, too.
The flitting of fairies around
the bird feeders might be con-
sidered symbolic of the situa-
tion. According to the author,
the book will be available
through www.publishameri-
ca.com, and book stores on
May 5.


Gonzalez 'fortunate' to be TPC exec. chef


by KATHY NICOLETTI
COLUMNIST
While the PGA Tour
players participat-
ing in The Players
Championship will be
focused on their golf game,
Hector Gonzalez, executive
chef at the TPC at Sawgrass
clubhouse, will be focused
on providing meals for them
and their families during the
tournament, which kicks off
next week at the Stadium
Course.
It's not easy for the tour-
ing pros tb go out for dinner,
said, Gonzalez, adding, "So


we take care of them right
here. We try to treat them
the best we can."
Pub 17 and the
Champions Room at the
clubhouse will be set up
exclusively for the golfers
and their families. The chef
said most of the 144 golfers
and their families prefer


"pretty simple foods."
Family dinners served in
the Champions Room allow
the golfers to relax with
their families after each
round, said Gonzalez, who
previously served as execu-
tive chef at The TPC
Michigan and at prestigious
hotels and private clubs in
Virginia and Michigan.
He became executive chef
at the Sawgrass clubhouse
shortly after it opened last
May.
"I fell very fortunate to be
part of the clubhouse in the
first year," he said.
Gonzalez said it is mean-


ingful for him to work for
the PGA Tour with its core
values, "We Care, We Lead,
We Learn, We Respect, We
Serve."
Gonzalez oversees the
entire culinary operation at
the clubhouse and naturally
one of the busiest times of
the year is Players
Championship week.
His 38-member culinary
staff includes chef de cuisine
Morey Anderson and execu-
tive sous chef Cameron
Walton.

See RECIPES, A-9


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photo by KATHY NICOLETTI
Hector Gonzalez, executive chef at the TPC at Sawgrass club-
house, and his staff will prepare meals for PGA Tour players
and their families during The Players Championship.


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blue plate special."


Guards: Full-fledged recruit surfmen in ARCVLSC


Cont. from A-8
sets of pushups and sit-ups
and even carried one another
on their backs.
"Are you going to slow us
down all day, Woodcock?"
Posch yelled.
"If that's the case, then
we'll do some more dead-
weight carries."
Later, as the recruits did
"6-inch killer" sit-ups in the
70-degree surf, Posch gave
Morris a little extra incen-
tive.
"With the special situation
we have with you today,
Morris, you better rise up
above the rest," Posch said.
The No. 2 singles player on
her high school tennis team,
Morris was reluctantly
excused for, a portion of
Saturday's training so she
could serve out three hours
of detention.
Around 5:15 a.m., an emer-
gency buzzer sounded at the
station, signaling a "night
case." For the recruits, still
dripping with sweat and salt
watet 'the dmck drillr 'aht'-
more swimming in the pitch-
black ocean.
Beyond the quarter-mile-
long Jacksonville Beach pier,
six lifeguards served as vic-
tims, while the recruits
grabbed fins and torpedo
buoys.
From a lifeguard truck,
Posch shined a searchlight
into the ocean to illuminate
the victims.
At 5:31 a.m., Ruggiero, a
competitive surfer, pulled the
first victim to shore, fol-
lowed closely by Meskel and
Delossantos.
At 5:50 a.m., two life-
guards serving as incapacitat-
ed victims were loaded into
the back of the truck and
transported to the station.
"You guys are task-saturat-
ed now," Posch told the
recruits. "But I want this
truck hosed down and
cleaned in the next 10 min-
utes."
At 6 a.m., the recruits, still
soaking wet, were led to a
classroom to take their first
of two final written exams.
"Fail this test, and it's
goodbye," said Cassaro, a
three-year member of the
Corps with three unassisted
rescues.
Before the recruits entered
the classroom, each was
handed chunks of liinburger
cheese to put in their
mouths and up their nostrils.
Once known as "the work-
ing man's lunch," the stinky
chunks of white cheese have
a role in recruit training,
according to assistant
instructor Demian Harris.
"Nasty food has a pur-
pose," said Harris, the com-
modore, or elected leader, of
the 2006 winter recruit class.


"Lifeguards have to deal
with nausea on the beach."
At 6:25 a.m., Posch, wear-
ing a black hooded sweat-
shirt from his days as a
pararescue trainee, entered
the chilly classroom and
scolded the recruits for tak-
ing so long to complete their
written exam.
"Are you guys sandbagging
this test to get a good long
rest?" Posch said.
Ruggiero finished the test
first at 6:26 a.m. Woodcock
was second at 6:27.
At 6:30 a.m., the recruits
were ordered to grab shovels
and dig a large trench on the
beach as the sun rose over
the ocean.
One by one, Posch sum-
moned them to the station
to perform a variety of CPR
procedures while being pelt-
ed with water balloons.
"We call this 'the storm,' "
the former pararescue swim-
mer explained.
At 7:15 a.m., the recruits
finished digging a hole large
Enough to bury a small car.'
Five minutes later, sweat-
soaked and sandy, they were
summoned back to the class-
room to take their -final writ-
ten exam on the Corps' by-
laws.
As they entered, 1st regis-
trar T.J. Kline passed out
more of the disgusting lim-
burger cheese, which has an
odor of smelly feet.
As the recruits slumped
over their tests, Posch hand-
ed each a granola bar.
"Be thankful-that we don't
serveyou McDonald's any-
more," he cracked without a
smile.
"Eat lightly. You'll be going
in the water again."
"Sir," asked Morris. "Can I
eat this cheese?"
"Sure," one of the test
monitors, said, "if you want
to."
Morris did, but her game
face showed little emotion.
Ruggiero, shivering while
taking the by-laws test, was
the first to finish at 8:01 a.m.
She scored a class-high 95.
Bohn, chided earlier by
Posch for forgetting to bring
his water bottle to class, was
showing signs of exhaustion.
He scored a failing grade of
60 on the by-laws test, for-
getting to complete an entire
page.
Kline gave Bohn a second
chance to retake the test, and
he passed.
The recruits, minus MorriS,
who left for detention, fell in
Line on the bulkhead for
more sit-ups. Then they were
led to the beach for a final
round of ocean rescues.
Behind schedule, Posch
scraped a paddleboard race
to the pier so the recruits
could prepare for their


"skits."
Secretly, they may be
thinking "the worst is almost
done."
But they were wrong.
After their "skits," the
recruits, still minus Morris,
lined up on the bulkhead.
Draped in clean white sheets,
they attracted a crowd of
curious onlookers.
Kline smeared liberal
amounts of Crisco shorten-
ing into their hair. Ruggiero's
new spikey hairdo resembled
that of Lady Liberty.
At 11:30 p.m., food was
served.
Recruits were forced to eat
more nasty food, such as
chicken breast with a strange
orange dressing.
Most threw up, but kept
eating.
Then, the so-called "blue
plate special" was brought
out. The mystery food,
served on paper plates, trig-
gerd another round of puk-
ing.
"Not on the public,
Walley," instructor Rick
.Foster quipped.
"Finish slow or finish fast,
but finish all of it," veteran
lifeguard Matt Duffy added.
"It's one of the few things
seagulls won't eat."
At 11:55, Morris returned
and took her place at the
food trough.
"We saved one for you,"
Foster told her.
Around noon, Posch decid-
ed the trench the recruits
dug for more than an hour
won't be needed for the
greased pole fights that his-
torically cap "test Saturday."
Instead, two lifeguard
chairs were dragged to waist-
deep surf and a galvanized
pipe was strung between
them.
Two at the time, the
recruits climbed onto the
greased pole for rousing pil-
low fights.
After all the recruits took
turns, Posch led them down
the beach for one last bit of
training: a swim around the
pier.
When they emerged from
'the water and were led back
to the station around 1 p.m.,
they were greeted with a new
chorus.

"The worst is finally done,
the worst is finally done,
Hi-ho, Ruggiero,
the worst is finally done."

After more than nine con-
secutive hours of training,
lifeguard captain Thomr
Wright, a former instructor,
told the Corps' six new life-
guards to remove their
recruit signs from around
their necks.
"You are now recruit surf-
men," he .added.



BIRTH



Dave and Amy Pearson of
Jacksonville announce the
birth of a son, Colby David
Pearson, on April 3, 2008, at
Baptist Medical Center
Beaches.
He was 7 pounds, 3 ounces
and was 19.5 inches long.
Paternal grandparents are
John and Marian Pearson of
Neptune Beach.


Ruggiero, tabbed the most
improved recruit midway
through the three-month
course, grinned from ear to
ear.
She was the first to receive
her $90 Corps swimsuit, duf-
fel bag, decal and key to the
station.
The night before$ all six
recruits survived their make-
or-break pool test at Fletcher
High School, a defining
moment in the 12-week-long
recruit course.
"The reality hasn't hit me,"
Ruggiero said Saturday after-
noon.
"I felt like no matter how
hard it got today, I kept
telling myself I got through
pool test. It was hard, but if
it wasn't, I wouldn't feel this
good right now. I'm'pretty
stoked."
Woodcock, who shined on
written exams but had to
work on the physical aspects
of lifeguarding, was amazed
she got through it.
"I wanted it from day one,
but I never thought I could
get in," the former gymnast
and cheerleader said.
"I just worked at it. Every
time I came to the station, I
tried as hard as I could. It
feels really good to be stand-
ing here right now."
Bohn, the oldest of the
group, said he started prepar-
ing himself mentally for
recruit training a rhonth
before it began on Sunday,
Jan. 27.
Bohn grew up with a few
lifeguards in the Corps, but
said that hurt him more than
'helped him.
"They made me work 10
times harder," he said.
"Knowing people in the
Corps won't get you in. I
wanted it pretty bad. Words
can't describe how I feel
right now."
Before his six former
recruits were dismissed,
Foster, who earned an engi-
neering degree in college and
works as a project manager
for a major construction
firm, gave them a final piece
of advice.
"Don't quit asking ques-
tions," Foster, a member of
the 1996 winter recruit class,
said.
"You have a lot to be
proud of."
Next week: The 10-part
series ends with a look at the
2008 summer recruit class,
which meets at 9 a.m.
Sunday, May 4, for orienta-
tion.
For them, the worst is truly
yet to come.


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Cont. from A-8
A graduate of the Henry
Ford Culinary College pro-
gram, Gonzalez described
himself as an "old school
chef." He learned the tradi-
tional way and according to
him "the classics remain the
classics."
However, Gonzalez also
embraces change, and is
enthusiastic about continu-
ing to learn and grow in his
field.
The general public, he
said, is better educated about
food today and more willing
to try new ingredients and
new preparations.
"This is a very exciting
time for anyone in the culi-
nary field," he added.
At home, Gonzalez enjoys
cooking for his family or
cooking with them. He said
he is just as enthusiastic
about dinner at home as he
is for preparing a banquet for
500 guests at the clubhouse.
"I can still get excited
about grocery shopping," he.
said.
Choosing the best ingredi-
ents, such as high quality
tomatoes and herbs, and
paying attention to details,
such as making sure bacon is
really crisp, is the difference
between dishes that are good
enough and those that are
superior, he adds.
Now that The Players is in
May instead of March,
Gonzalez said that he prefers
to offer lighter dishes to the
golfers and their families. He
said fresh fish will be served
every day.
"Mango Salsa can be used
on a number of different
fish," Gonzalez added.
"I like to sear either
grouper or Florida snapper
seasoned lightly with black-
ening spice until bronze in
color. Your favorite blend is
usually best and topped with
the salsa the fresher the bet-
ter," he said.
He also goes beyond basic
tuna salad with his Tuna and
Chick Pea Salad. This dish is
made with macadamia nuts,
raisins, and fresh basil.

The following are recipes
Gonzalez will serve to the PGA
Tour players and their families
during tournament week.

Mango Salsa

3 mangos, small dice
2 small red bell peppers,
brunoise
one-half red onion,
brunoise
1 tbs. cilantro, minced
2 tbs. rice vinegar
1 tbs. olive oil
S&P to taste
brunoise
A mixture of vegetables
that have been finely diced
or shredded, then cooked
slowly in butter.


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Tuna & Chick Pea Salad

3 cups cooked chickpeas,
drained
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons red wine
vinegar
1 tablespoon raisins
1 tablespoon lightly toast-
ed macadamia nuts
one-quarter cup finely
sliced green onions
2 salt packed anchovies,
rinsed under cool water,
minced
one-half teaspoon finely
grated lemon zest
Salt
one-eighth teaspoon fresh-
ly ground black-pepper
3 hard boiled eggs, peeled
and quartered
8 ounces tuna packed in
olive oil, drained and flaked,
or three-quarters cup
drained, flaked home Cured
tuna olive oil, reserve some
oil
12 fresh basil leaves, cut
into thin chiffonade

In a large bowl combine
the chickpeas, lemon juice,
wine vinegar,
Raisins, macadamia nuts,
green onions, anchovies,
lemon zest, salt and pepper
and stir gently to combine
with spoon. Transfer to plat-
ter and top with hard boiled
eggs and flaked tuna. Drizzle
with some of the reserved oil
from the tuna, garnish even-
ly with the basil and serve
immediately.

Can also be served over
chopped romaine leaves with
light vinaigrette.
Yield: 6 servings


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Beaches Foxy ladies don red pirate hats for parade

Members of the Foxes chapter of the Red Hat Society help
open the Beaches (left) Sunday during the annual parade in
-. Jacksonville Beach, and a few members (below) meet for lunch
after the parade. Riding the group's float, which was pulled by a
purple pickup, are (from left) Mary Jane Brown of Ponte Vedra
% & Beach, Bertha Showman, Carla Tracy and Gene DeLoach.
Relaxing at Fionn McCools (below) are Eleanor Michaels of
Ponte Vedra Beach, (clockwise from left) Brown, Geri Lewis,
Kathy Goins of Ponte Vedra Beach and Cindy Michaels. The
.Foxes chapter was started by Brown May 21, 2002, when 45
..- women met at Campeche Bay Mexican Restaurant in
Jacksonville Beach, with the intent of meeting monthly. The
4 ... group meets several times a month for bunco, book club and
numerous other social occasions. Red Hat Society, an interna-
tional organization, is named for the red hats and purple cloth-
ing worn by its participants, who are women 50 and over.
photos SUBMITTED


SCHOOL BRIEFS


PV teen gets award
Gregory T. Kennedy of
Ponte Vedra Beach, a stu-
dent at Episcopal High
School, Jacksonville, is one
of two Episcopal seniors
named Students of the Year
by the Jacksonville Exchange
Club.
He and the other
Episcopal .recipient, Micha'le
Simmons, won a $2,000
scholarship and a plaque.
The Exchange Club pro-
gram recognizes industrious
high school students'who
attain high levels of scholas-
tic achievement, community
involvement and leadership.


3 named Merit winners
Two Ponte Vedra Beach
teens and a Nease High
School senior are among
about 2,500 high school sen-
iors to be awarded $2,500
scholarships from the
National Merit Scholarship
Corp.
They are Daniel K.
Chapman and Gregory T.
Kennedy of Ponte Vedra
Beach, who attend Nease and
Episcopal High School,
respectively, and Karly F.
Lorbeer of Northwest St.
Johns County, who attends
Nease.
Chapman has indicated a
probable career in aerospace


engineering or aviation.
Lorbeer has said she will like-
ly study medicine, and
Kennedy is undecided.
The National Merit
Scholarship Corp.
announced the scholarship
winners this week from the
approximately 15,000 final-
ists in the 2008 scholarship
program.
Those who are selected for
the $2,500 scholarships are
the finalists in each state
judged to have the strongest
combination of accomplish-
ments, skills, and potential
for success in rigorous col-
lege studies.
They were selected by a
committee of college admis-
sions officers and high
school counselors. These
Scholars may use their
awards -at any regionally
accredited U.S. college or
university.
Seniors who reach finalist
status often are offered other
scholarship opportunities
from colleges and corpora-
tions.
This year's competition for
National Merit Scholarships
began in October 2006 when
more than 1.4 million jun-
iors in more than 21,000
high schools took the
Preliminary SAT/National
Merit Scholarship Qualifying
Test, which served as an ini-
tial screen of program
entrants.
Last fall, the highest-scor-
ing participants in each
state, representing less than
1 percent of the state's sen-
iors, were named semifinal-
ists on a state representation-
al basis.
Those 16,000 semifinalists
had an opportunity to con-
tinue in the competition.
Approximately 15,000
semifinalists met the very
high academic standards and
other requirements to
advance to the finalist level
of the competition.
By the conclusion of the


2008 program, about 8,200
finalists will earn the "Merit
Scholar" tOtle and receive a.
total of more than $36 mil-
lion in college scholarships.

Landrum boy takes
2nd
Joseph Paul of Landrum
Middle School placed second
in the junior medicine and
health category at the 53rd
Annual State Science and
Engineering Fair of Florida
held April 16-18 in Lakeland.
Other St. Johns County
junior winners included
Caroline Snowden of
Landrum, who placed fourth
and won a $100 cash award
for her project in microbiolo-
gy, and Andrew Li of Murray
Middle School, who placed
fourth in the physics catego-
ry.'
Vinodh Chandra of Nease
High School received third
place for his senior project in
zoology.

Teacher workshop set
The GTM Research Reserve
will host a free two-day
teacher geology workshop
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 23
and June 24 for elementary
school educators.
The workshop will be held
at the Guana Tolomato
Matanzas National Estuarine
Research Reserve
Environmental Education
Center south of Ponte Vedra
Beach.
Professional geologists and
earth and science education
specialists Dr: Gail and Mrs.
Betty.Gibson will present the
workshop about coastal gedl-
ogy and the ways teachers
can use minerals to teach sci-
ence.
Those attending should
bring school district forms to
receive in-service credits. To
register, please contact Diana
Eissing at 823-4500 or
Diana.Eissing@dep.state.fl.us

Deadline for registration is


June 16. Attendees need to
bring their own lunch.
The Environmental
Education Center is located
.at 505 Guana River Road,
near the Guana dam off State
Road A1A about 12 miles
south of Mickler Road.
On May 31st and June 1,
the North Florida office of
The Princeton Review will
offer a free practice SAT and
ACT practice tests in jack-
sonville, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Call 800-2Review.

Free exam review
St. Johns River Community
College is offering free
Florida Teacher
Certification Exam review
workshops at the Ponte
Vedra Center beginning May
20.1 ..
SWorkshops offered include
reviews in math, English and
more. The FTCE review
workshops are free and are
designed to provide a review
of the information tested on
the FTCE.
Review classes are non-
credit continuing education
courses and therefore have
no prerequisites or applica-
tion fees. For more informa-
t i o n v i s i t
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Freedom Alliance has
begun its application period
for the Military Leadership
Academy, which educates,
motivates, and inspires stu-
dent leaders into serving
their community.
The program has graduated
over 700 high school stu-


photo SUBMITTED
Among the Landrum Middle School track and field members
who qualified for the May 3 state track meet in Clermont, Fla.,
are Armand Bermudez, Anthony Scolapio and Daniel Wise.
Landrum had many athletes who qualified for state at the April
19 at the middle school regional track meet in Jacksonville.


dents since its inception in
2001.
Students will visit U.S. mil-
itary installations to' learn
more about the customs,
courtesies, and traditions of
the military. There are two


sessions planned this sum-
mer: June 10-21 and July 28-
Aug. 8. Both will be held at
the Eastover Retreat Center,
near Williamsburg. Visit
www.FreedomAlliance.org.


FOR THE KIDS


Beaches Chapel Registration
Beaches Chapel School is hold-
ing fall registration. -The school,
at 610 Florida Ave., Neptune
Beach, is opening a high school
in the fall. It will start with a
9th-grade class and add a grade
each consecutive year. For intor-
mation, call 241-4211 or visit
beacheschapel.com.

JCC Auditions
The Jacksonville Children's
Chorus holds auditions for chil-
dren in grades 2-12 from 1-4
p.m. April 26 at Jacksonville
Country Day School, 10063
Baymeadows Road. To schedule
an audition, call 904-346-1636
or visit www.jaxchildrenscho-
rus.com. Darren Dailey is the
Artistic and Executive Director of
Jacksonville Children's Chorus.

Art Contest for Fourth
Graders
The GTM Research Reserve
hosts its second annual art con-
test for fourth-grade students to
commemorate National
Estuaries Day. All entries must be
received by April 30. The theme


is "Where the River Meets the
Sea." The winner receives a
kayak eco-tour for two, courtesy
of Ripple Effect Eco Tours. In
addition, the winner's artwork
will be imaged on the GTM
Research Reserve National
Estuaries Day T-shirt. The run-
ner-up receives a boat tour for up
to four people. The third-place
finisher gets a family annual pass
to the GTM Research Reserve.
Winners will be announced May
30. For contest rules and guide-
lines, go to www.gtmnerr.org.
For information, call 904-823-
4500.

Get Hooked on Fishing, Not
Drugs
Four hours of activity for chil-
dren .ages 4-12, with a fishing
contest the focal point, will be
held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. May 3 as
part of a "Get Hooked on
Fishing, Not Drugs" campaign
sponsored by the Jacksonville
Beach Police Department. The
event is held contiguous to
Huguenot Lagoon, between" 2nd
and 3rd Streets South. Fishing
rods are provided.


photo submitted
Jacksonville
Jaguars
longsnapper
Joe Zelinka
speaks at a
special
Beaches
Chapel School
assembly.
Beaches
Chapel is now
registering for
fall 2008 for
grades K4
through 9th
grade. For
more informa-
tion, call 241-
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beach-
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Panthers hoping to rally in state playoffs


FROM STAFF
Following last Friday night's
9-3 loss to Palatka in the
District 5-4A championship
game, the Nease High baseball
team was hoping to right its
ship in time for last night's
state playoff opener.
The Panthers traveled to
Crystal River Tuesday night
for a regional quarterfinal
matchup.
Against Palatka, errors were
the key to Nease's downfall.
The host Panthers committed
four errors that led to six runs
in the ballgame.

highlights for
Nease included
solo home runs
from Jared
MacNaught and
Steven Delvalle,
but they
weren't enough
to overcome
Palatka's four-
run second
inning and two-
run sixth.
Palatka didn't hit Nease
starter Will Haga hard only
one ball left the infield during
its second-inning rally but
took advantage of miscues and
made the most of opportuni-
ties to win a third consecutive
district title.
But Haga struggled with his
control during the 3 1/3.
innings he pitched. The right-
hander plunked two Palatka
batters and surrendered seven
runs on nine hits with a walk
and four strikeouts.
With the loss, Nease
dropped to 16-11 on the sea-
son but still advanced to the
state playoffs after missing out
in 2007.

SOFTBALL
Mandarin 6, Fletcher 5
This one had to hurt most
of all.
After losing to Mandarin


four times already this season,
the Fletcher High softball
team figured it had finally
turned the tide with a two-
run lead heading into the bot-
tom of the seventh inning of
last Friday's regional semifi-
nal.
But it was not to be as the
Jlost Mustangs rallied for
three runs in their last at-bats
to send the Senators down to
defeat for a fifth time this sea-
son, this'one by a 6-5 count.
Fletcher seemed to be coast-
ing with a 3-0 lead through
four and a half innings before
SMandarin (25-
2) played small
ball and took
advantage of
some Senators
mistakes.
With one out
in the bottom
of the fifth,
Mustangs batter
Katy Black
bunted down
the third base
line to get
aboard. Clara
Kendall then laid down
another bunt intended as a
sacrifice but reached safely on
a throwing error, putting
Mandarin runners on second
and third.
A sacrifice fly brought Black
home to make it 3-1 and
Michelle Moultrie's triple plat-
ed Kendall. A terrific relay
throw from Fletcher outfielder
Katie Satterfield to second
baseman Bridget Carey to
catcher Brooke Peaver cut
down Moultrie at the plate as
she tried to stretch her three-
base.hit into an inside-the-
park home rtnm.
That left things at 3-2 and it
appeared the Senators had
dodged a disastrous inning.
After Mandarin's leadoff,
batter popped up to start the
bottom of the sixth, Fletcher
stood five outs from victory.
But Taylor Carter singled up


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Nease High ace Will Haga was expected to get the start last night as the Panthers traveled to play Crystal River (21-4) in the open-
ing round of the state playoffs. Haga was tagged with the loss last Friday night in the District 5-4A championship game


the middle and moved to sec-
ond on Robyn Adams' sac fly.
Cora Milliken then hit a
routine grounder to short but
a throwing error allowed
Carter to score and knot the
game at 3-all before a ground
ball out ended the inning.
While the Senators could
have been deflated by the
turn of events, players instead


responded with a rally.
Amanda Luke reached on
an error and Samantha
Meenaghan walked on four
pitches to put Fletcher run-
ners on first and second with
no outs. After failing to get a
bunt down, Kelly Wilson sin-
gled to load the bases.
Brooke Peaver followed
with a two-run single, giving


the Senators a 5-3 advantage
and needing only three outs
to extend their season.
In the home half of the sev-
enth, Black again bunted to
get on and Kendall followed
suit with a bunt that was mis-
played resulting in Mustangs
on first and third with no
outs. ,
Kendall stole second, put-


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Senators third baseman Amy Harber awaits the throw as Mandarin's Katy Black slides in after advancing on a sacrifice fly Friday in the bottom of the fifth inning in
the Region 1-6A softball semifinal. Mustangs head coach Natalie Gonzalez, left, watches the play.


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ting the tying runs in scoring
position for Kelly, who
clubbed a two-run double to
make it 5-all.
Moultrie followed with a
drive to right that sailed over
Satterfield's head, enabling
Kelly to score the game-win-
ning run for Mandarin,
"This [loss] was the worst,"
said Senators head coach
Christina Flores. "Not only
did we have the lead we
scored two runs in the first -
and then in the sixth inning
we regained the lead with two
more runs, but.they're a very
good team and I know in two
innings we gave them five
outs. So it's tough to beat a
good team when we're giving
them extra outs and not mak-
ing the routine plays."
Flores also noted that over
the course of five games this
season Mustangs batters have
become very familiar with
Fletcher starting pitcher Erin
Schuppert, and were able to
wait for pitches they liked in
the latter innings.
Despite the disappointment
of losing to Mandarin five
times and seeing their season
come to an abrupt end, Flores
hopes in time players will
realize they made great strides
this spring.
"We went farther than we
have in at least five years,"
she said. "We had a great sea-
son. We're 20-8, and five of
those losses were to the same
team. And again, some of
those were one-run ballgames.
"We have to work more on
focus and getting the routine
outs."


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FROM STAFF
Weather was picture-perfect
and the ocean cooperated by
producing some surfable waves
Saturday near the Jacksonville
Beach Pier for the Epic/Ozborn
Surf Jam Pro/Am contest.
Heated competition took
place in a number of divisions,
and the event raised money for
Jacksonville Habitat for Hu-
manity. Winners as follows:
Micros (Under 6)
1. Samantha Embrey
2. Evan Brickley
3. Maddie Gregory

Menehune (9-11)
1. Tristan Thompson
2. Charles Warrant
3. Carlos Embrey

Boys Shortboard (12-14)
1. Jonathan Heater
2. Jake McGuire
3. Tristan Thompson

Jr. Men's Shortboard (15-17)
1. John Massey
2. Luke Vasiledes


3. Zach Weinert

Men's Shortboard
1. Jeff Venn
2. Ryan Watters
3. Zach Weinert


Men's Masters Shortboard
1. Jeff Venn
2. Steve Moore
3. Buddy Evans

Men's Legends Shortboard
1. Joe Roland
2. Charley Hajek
3. Mitch Kaufmann


Bodyboard
1. Rob Peterson
2. Ben Collins
3. Justin Quintal

Vintage
1. Ryan Watters
2. Jonathan Heater
3. Brett Staska


Boys Longboard (13-17)
1. Cody McGill
2. Christoper Lind


3. Canon Embrey


Men's Longboard
1. Mitch Kaufmann
2. Thomas Matthews
3. Stephen Cea

Women's Shortboard
1. Mallory Turner
2. Kayla Durden
3. Kayla Beckmann

Pro Longboard
1. Justin Quintal
2. Jason Venn
3. Scott Holmes

Pro Shortboard
1. Evan Thompson
2. Ryan Briggs
3. Seth Tilakas


RIGHT: Evan Thompson gets
some air during a heat of the
Pro Shortboard competition.
Thompson won the heat and
went on to take first place in
the division.


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FISHING



A good variety of fish caught from Pier


Snapper weighing up to 14
pounds were brought in
from the party grounds all
last week. A good mix of
drum, sheepshead, trout, pom-
pano, flounder and Spanish
came over the rail of the
Jacksonville Beach Pier. Catch
the tide right, and you can
bring home whiting and pom-
pano from the surf at Little
Talbot Island.
Lowell Breeding on his PK's
Mistake with Butch Garvin,
J.B. and Mike Tandarich
anchored about 14 miles off-
shore and pulled up 10 snap-
per to 14 pounds, two grouper,
two flounder, a large yellow-
mouth trout and a 35-pound
red bass. All the fish were
caught on dead cigar min-
nows.


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FISHING LEADER

Capt. Dennis Young, on his
Sea Dancer with the George
Kessler party last Saturday, tied
up at the Jacksonville Marina
with their limit of snapper to
ten pounds, three grouper,
several flounder and a shark.


Photo submitted
David Moore, right, gets a little help from guide Fred Morrow
with the 43-pound black drum he caught recently.


On Sunday, Capt. Dennis
put his guests Jun Sicango and
his son Paulo, Lee Bautista and
his sons Paulo and Franco on
another bite of bottom fish.
They caught 10 snapper
weighing between five and
eight pounds, a 10-pound
grouper and 20 fat beeliners.
Earlier in the week, on
Tuesday, Willie Montgomery
and Miles King with Capt.
Dennis boxed their limit of
snapper to 12 pounds, four
grouper to 15 pounds, and
dozens of sea bass.
Capt. Chris Rooney, John
and William Goodling and
Mike Watts fished the T.W.
bottom last Sunday aboard the
Driftin' and Dreamin' and iced
down eight red snapper and
24 beeliners.
Jimmy Holt, David Kelly
and Chad Prince made a blue
water trip on the Huntin' and
Fishin' last week and caught
nine dolphin to 20 pounds.
Capt. Harry Graves, his son
H.B., Jack Ross and Molton
Smith had an exciting week-
end trip to the party grounds.
They checked in with a black-
fin tuna and five dolphin to
30 pounds.
Pier fishing picked up con-
siderably last week. Cameron
Jones, on his very first trip to
the Jax Beach Pier, caught sev-
eral whiting and 3-year-old
Isaiah Smith caught his very
first fish last Tuesday.
Larry Finch and his grand-
son Logan teamed up in last
week's Extreme Redfish
Tournament and caught 13
reds using live mullet and
mud minnows. They won
third place.
Larry also made several trips
to the surf at Little Talbot
Island last week and continues
to catch dozens of whiting
and pompano.
George Atelevich finished in
first place in the Redfish
Tournament with two reds
weighing 13.72 pounds.
Capt. Kirk Waltz on his
Enterprise last Monday with
Tom Delcourso and his broth-
er reported the yellowmouth
trout are hot in the river near
the south jetties. The party
caught 51 trout.
On Thursday, Ken Drednick
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fished near the same spot in
the river and caught 54 trout,
a red, 12 jacks and 24 blues.
Sheila Reynolds used dead
shrimp in the river to catch a
speckled trout weighing seven
and three-quarters pounds.
Jay McCarter reported a
catch of four reds, a six-pound
trout and 10 blues he made at
the big jetties.
Buck Gergley, a veteran
angler aboard the King
Neptune, caught a pair of 10-
pound snapper and his limit
of 10 beeliners last week.
Jetty guide Fred Morrow and
his guests Richard Driggers
and Hubbard Phipps fished
the jetties with live fiddlers
last Monday and caught eight
sheepshead to seven and a
half pounds, a 28-inch red,
and a 31-inch red.
Willie Ulmer found his spot
in the river near the Bolles
School last Friday and caught
three six-pound drum, a 12-
pound catfish, a red and six
speckled trout to five and a
half pounds.
Capt. Jim Bull, John
Burroughs and Al Wiltshire on
the Renegade last Tuesday at
the jetties caught 15 whiting.
Even though it sounds
repetitive, remarkable bottom
fishing continues offshore.
Anglers on both the King
Neptune and Mayport Princess
worked their tackle hard on
each trip as they pulled up
snapper and grouper weighing
up to 17 pounds, amberjack
and an occasional cobia in the
40-pound class.
A typical day on the Princess
last week mirrored Saturday's
catch when they returned
with 42 snapper, 12 amber-
jack, two grouper and plenty
of beeliners.
A typical day on the King
Neptune resembled last
Friday's catch of 45 snapper,
two mangrove, a pair of
grouper to 16 pounds, a 43-
pound cobia, a blackfin and
dozens of sea bass and beelin-
ers.
Fishing Friday, April 18 at
the jetties, Mike Beckmann
and his dad, George, on the
Cop Out caught six slot-size
reds and landed three blues in
the 15- to 20-pound range..


Photos submitted
ABOVE: Five-year-old Cameron Jones caught these whiting
from the Jax Beach Pier on his first fishing trip.
BELOW: George and Nick Atelevich won the recent Xtreme
Redfish Tournament with a catch of 13.72 pounds.


The catch was wit-
nessed by Capt. Kirk
Waltz. Many more
blues were hooked -"
but bit through the
leader. Addition-ally,
a three-pound
sheepshead and a
Spanish were
caught.
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that on Friday, April
11 while fishing at
the jetties, he saw a
flying fish come out
of the water, hit one
of the rocks and
bounce back into
the water.
Apparently the fish Photo submitted
was okay, and wasn't Three-year-old Isaiah Smith-Sessions
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Jaguars addressed needs with top draft picks


T le NFL Draft results can
be compared to
hristmas morn when
the little monsters take inven-
tory to see if old Santa came
through with the goodies he
promised.
The Jacksonville Jaguars
pleased themselves with what
they got in defensive end
Derrick Harvey.
The Jags were pleased but
the local media was absolutely
thrilled silly. Local experts
haven't been this giddy since
Jacksonville signed quarterback
Byron Leftwich, the superstar
we were told would make the
public forget Mark Brunell.
But this draftee is even bet-
ter. Harvey is a former Florida
Gator. What can be more glori-
ous than adding a former
wearer of the Orange and Blue
to a happy little family?
The Jaguars also nabbed
defensive end Quentin Groves
of Auburn, who has, reported-
ly, muscles on top of his mus-
cles. That's nice, but it doesn't
compare with getting a Gator,
right?
Florida coach Urban Meyer,
Harvey's mentor last season,
has told close buddy Jack Del
Rio that Harvey is okay, not
wanted by the police, FBI or
CIA, doesn't eat crackers in
bed, doesn't smoke (Jaguars
frown on smoking, you know)
or have other bad habits. So he
passes the Jaguars character
test.
Still, you can't be too careful
these days.
As everyone outside of the
most remote Eskimo village
knows by now, Jacksonville
has been sorely in need of
good pass-rushers. Even a bad
pass-rusher would help.
Enemy quarterbacks get all
the help they need from


Taylor, who is 33 and won't be
any younger next season, was
wise despite what some well-
coiffed "experts" are saying.
Why give up so much (future
draft picks) for an aging star as
a temporary fix to an ongoing
problem?
S Some of the best deals are
those that are never made.
'-As it is, the Jaguars still paid
':. a steep price to move up and
". ,. draft Harvey, but there's a big
1 difference: Derrick's future is
still ahead of him while
REX EDMONDSON Taylor's best days may be
PRESS BOX behind him.
Del Rio has repeatedly said
he's tired of hearing about
Jaguars' rushers because those how many times New England
men are too nice and haven't Patriots QB Tom Brady threw
wanted to interfere with the against Jacksonville when the
other team's passing or run- teams met in last year's play-
ning. offs. And Jaguars players
Del Rio seemed to notice should be even more weary of
this too, he and his staff tell hearing about it. But they
us. Those eagle-eyes don't miss committed the crime and
much. So in spite of the doing the time of hearing
improvement the team made about it goes with the territo-
in 2007 making the playoffs ry.
and looking like a Super Bowl It's good that the Jaguars'
contender for the first time shortcomings aren't forgotten.
since that guy no one remem- If Jacksonville hopes to get to
bers was president Del Rio is that pot of gold known as the
determined to make the Super Bowl it's going to be a
Jaguars a winner even as he costly trip.
counts the gold that Daddy It's been pointed out that
Warbucks, er, Wayne Weaver, that one reason the New York
paid him to remain in Giants could handle the Pats
Jacksonville. so easily while the Jaguars
An old gypsy fortune teller seemed out of their league is
said Smiling Jack couldn't get that Jacksonville sacked Brady
to the promised land without only once. The Giants bagged
a pass rusher, meaning a play- Tom Terrific five times.
er who could really stop the New York won, 17-14, for
enemy quarterback. one of the biggest upsets in
Is this Harvey the man who Super Bowl history.
can do it, or the same type of Jacksonville lost, 30-21, and
Harvey Jimmy Stewart's did well to keep it that close.
Elwood P. Dowd sees down at The big difference is that
his neighborhood gin den? Brady was put out of business
Time will tell. in the NFL's grandest game.
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Babe Ruth Baseball
Jacksonville Beach Babe
Ruth Baseball is seeking to
start a seniors (ages 15-17)
league to compete with other
senior leagues in Ponte Vedra,
Julington Creek, Mayport and
possibly Fort Caroline.
Season would run from the
end of May until the end of
July and home field would be.
Seabreeze Elementary School.
If interested or for more
information, phone Tom at
652-7877.

Basketball Camps
Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp will take
place at St. Paul's School June
9 to June 13.
Schedule is 9 a.m. until
noon for boys and girls enter-
ing third, fourth and fifth
grades. And 1 p.m. until 4
p.m. for boys entering sixth,
seventh, eighth and ninth
grades. Cost is $95.
An all-girls Middle School
Basketball camp at St. Paul's
will take place June 23 to June
27. Camp is from 4 p.m. until
6:30 p.m. for girls entering
sixth, seventh, eighth and
nine grades. Cost is $75.
For more information, visit
www.beachesbasketball.com or
phone Tommy Hulihan at
349-2611.

Golf
The Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour is hosting the Memorial
Day Junior Shootout May 25-
28 at Ponte Vedra Golf and
Country Club.
Entry fee is $175 for the
two-day event. More informa-
tion is available at hjgt.org.

Rugby
The USA Rugby South
Championship tournament
will take place Saturday, April
26 from noon until 6 prm.
and Sunday, April 27 from 10
a.m. until 4 p.m. at Davis Park
in Ponte Vedra.
The Jacksonville Rugby
Football Club will be featured
in competition. For more
information contact tourna-
ment director Bob Gorter at
537-6233.

Signings
Nease High School's Frank
Dambeck, C.J. Thompson and
Zack Cooper are the most
recent Panthers football play-
ers to sign with colleges.
Dambeck, an outside
linebacker and defensive end,
will attend Birmingham
Southern in Alabama.
Thompson; a receiver,
signed last Sunday to play
football and baseball at
Washington & Lee University
in Lexington, Virginia.
And Cooper, an all-star
punter and placekicker, signed
over the weekend to attend
the University of Toledo.
The signing mean 14 stu-
dent-athletes from the
Panthers' 2007 state-runner up


Photo by ROB DeANGELO
Florida defensive lineman Derrick Harvey pressures Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford during
their game last October. Harvey was the Jacksonville Jaguars top draft choice last Saturday.


Even the greatest ball-thrower
can't beat you if you don't let
him. That's why the Jaguars
were so determined to find at
least one head-hunter in this
draft.
Other positions should get
attention as well as the
defense, but Del Rio's philoso-
phy is "first things first."
Backup quarterback? Sure.
More depth along the offen-
sive line? Why not. Attention


football squad have signed
scholarship offers with col-
leges.

Tennis
Jacksonville Beach Tennis
Center at Huguenot Park
announces a series of summer
camps and programs.
Beginner Junior Camp I will
take place June 16, 18 and 19
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
is $45 for all six hours.
Beginner Junior Camp II is
slated for June 23, 25 and 26
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
is $45 for all six hours.
Intermediate Junior Camp I
takes place July 7, 9 and 10
from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Cost
is $45 for all six hours.
Beginner Junior Camp III
scheduled for July 21, 23 and
24 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m..
Cost is $45 for all six hours.
Intermediate Junior Camp II
will take place August 4, 6 and
7 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Cost is $45 for all six hours.
Advanced Junior Camp I is
scheduled for August 11, 13
and 14 from 9 a.m. until 11
a.m. Cost is $45 for all six
hours.
For more information,
phone Huguenot Tennis
Center at 247-6221.

Surf Camp
John Tully Surf Camp is cel-
ebrating its 10th year of opera-
tion.
Weekly camps will take
place from June 2 to July 11.
Camps feature one certified
lifesaving instructor for every
four students.
Cost is $180 per session and
includes surfboard.
Registration may be completed
online: johntullysurfcamp.com


paid to the kicking game?
We'll keep that in mind.
But things that ain't broke


now shouldn't be messed with.
Fix the pass-rushing now,
please.


Jeffrey J. Sneed, P.A.


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Our Pro Shop can provide for your on the spot golfing
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service restaurant and bar for your "after the game"
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Beaches Summer
Camps

Atlantic Beach Summer
Camp: The City of Atlantic
Beach Department of
Recreation holds registration
for summer camp through
May. 24. Register at the
Department of Recreation and
Special Events, Adele Grage
Community Center, 716
Ocean Blvd. Children ages 5-
12 may be registered from
8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-4 p.m.
Monday through Friday at the
Community Center. For infor-
mation, call 904-247-5828.
Camp starts June 16 and fin-
ishes the week before school
begins. Camp runs from 9:30
a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays at the
Donner Park and Jordan Park
Community Centers. The
camp costs $45 a week per
child or a $50 one-time fee for
children who qualify.
Lunch is included for chil-
dren attending camp. Each
child gets a camp T-shirt.
Anyone interested in attend-
ing the YMCA camp at the
Adele Grage Center should
contact the YMCA at 904-543-
9622 for information.

Beaches Episcopal Summer
Camp: Beaches Episcopal
School Summer Camp will be
held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June
16-20, June 23-27, July 7-11
and July 14-18 at 1150 5th St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. The
camp is open to students
entering kindergarten through
6th grades.
The morning program, from
9 a.m.-12 p.m., consists of two
sessions. Afternoon activities
are from 12:30-3 p.m. The
total camp program, from 9
a.m.-3 p.m., costs $190 per
week. Morning camp only, 9
a.m.-12 p.m., costs $150.
Afternoon activities only,
12:30-3 p.m., costs $80.
Contact Dallas Skornia,
Director of Communications,
at 246-2466, ext. 121, or at
dskornia@beachesepisco-
palschool.org.
Bud Beech Summer Camp-
Bud Beech Summer Camp at
Bud Beech Summer Camp at
Nease High School is for boys
and girls ages 6-15. Nine ses-
sions will be available starting
June 16. All sessions are held
Monday through Thursday.
Theie 'are five camps from
Iivhich t6 choose: Basketball,
Soccer, Flag Football,
Dance/Gymnastics and
Cheerleading.
A half-day session'(9 a.m.-12
p.m. or 12:30-3 p.m.) costs
$55. A full-day session (9 a.m.-
3 p.m.) is $95. Bus transporta-
tion from several Ponte Vedra
locations and an excellent
lunch program are available.
Download an application at
www.budbeech.com, request
by email at beechjr@com-
cast.net or phone 904-

Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach
*Culinary Camps for ages 6-
15 will be held June 16-20,
June 23-27 and July 7-11 at A.
Chef's Cooking Studio, 145
Hilden Road, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Hours for ages 6-9 are 9
a.m.-12 p.m.; for ages 10-15,
it's 1-4 p.m.
Each camp will be taught by
a professional chef. Campers
must be free of food allergies.
The cost to members is
$225. For non-members, it's
$275. There's a $15 sibling dis-
count.
To register, call the Cultural
Center at 280-0614, ext. 204.
*Weekly Art Camps will be
held June 23-Aug. 15. Mellow
D's is held June 23-27, Hodge
Podge Collage June 30-July 3,
Wild about Animals July 7-11,
3-Dimension Invention July
14-18, Mini Masters Meet
Modern Art July 21-25,
Painted Pinatas & Mini
Maracas July 28-Aug. 1,
Kicking and Screaming Aug. 4-
8 and It's All an Act Aug. 11-
15.
The 4-5-year-old camps run
9 a.m.-12 p.m., 6-9-year-old
camps will be held from 9
aJn.-2 p.m. All youngsters
should bring lunch.
The cost to the youngest
group is $90 for members and
$110 for non-members.- For
the older crowd, it's $150 and
$175. June 30-July 3 is a four-
day camp, the cost of which is,
for ages 4-5, $75 for member
and $90 for non-members,


and for ages 6-9, $125 for
members and $150 for nol-
members.
To register, call 280-0614,
ext. 204.

Franklyn Learning Center:
Franklyn Learning Center,
across from Adventure
Landing at 1851 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach, offers Free
Summer VPK (Voluntary Pre-
Kindergarten) and a Summer
Program for Kindergarten-3rd
grade.


Summer VPK starts June 13
and ends Aug. 8. Hours are
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The
Summer Program begins June
6 and wraps up Aug. 15. Hours
are 6:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday.
To register or for informa-
tion, call 242-9645 or visit
franklynlearningcenter.com.

Infinity Allstars: Infinity
Allstars, at 510-1 Mayport
Road, Atlantic Beach; offers
competitive cheer and dance
teams for every age and skill
level and is registering for its
2008-2009 season. Parent
meetings and open houses will
be held at 6 p.m. for cheer
teams April 28 and for dance
teams May 5.
Summer camps for kinder-
garten through 6th grade will
be held June 16-20 and June
23-27. Camps run from 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. each day, with extend-
ed day available. Activities
include cheers, dance, games
and arts & crafts.
To register, call 247-1031 or
visit www.infinityallstars.com.

St. Paul's Summer Sports
Camp: Camp is offered June 2-
June 25 at St. Paul's Catholic
Church, 1st Avenue N. at 5th
Street N., Jacksonville Beach.
Campers will participate in
team sports and age-appropri-
ate activities, to include bas-
ketball, flag football, kick ball
and tag games. On Fridays,
campers will have pizza and go
bowling at Beach Bowl. Camp
dates are June 2-6, June 16-20,
June 23-27, June 30-July 3 [no
camp on July 4], July 7-11, July
14-18 and July 21-25. The fee
for each camp is $110, with
the exception of June 30-July
3, when the cost is $90. For
information, visit www.beach-
esbasketball.com or call
Tommy Hulihan at 349-2611,

NB Surf Camp: The City of
Neptune Beach offers NB Surf
Camp 2008 for all beginning
surfers ages 7-17.
NB Surf Camp is scheduled
Monday-Friday, 8:30-11:30
a.m., where Florida Boulevard
meets the ocean. Sessions will
be held June 9-13, June 16-20,
June 23-27, June 30-July 4 and
July 7-11.
Ocean safety, surf fitness
and circuit training will be
practiced at the innovative
camp, at which healthy snacks.
and plenty of hydration are
provided. A goodie bag, t-shirt
and use of a beginner's board is
included in the camp fee of
$165 per session.-
For information and regis-
tration, contact Julie at 246-
7357.

Selva Marina Summer
Camp: Selva Marina County
Club offers four two-week and
one one-week Tuesday-Friday
summer camps. The sessions
are June 10-20, June 24-27,
July 8-18, July 22- Aug. 1 and
Aug. 5-15.
Fees for members are $265
per two-week session and $240
each for multiple children per
two-week session. For non-
members, the pricing is $325
per two-week session and $295
each for mulitple children per
two-week session
The daily schedule includes
golf from 9-10:30 a.m., tennis
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., lunch and
activities 12-1 p.m. and super-
vised swimming and swim
activities 1-3 p.m.
Registration can be accom-
plished online at www.selva-
marina.com, by telephone at
904-246-4827 or by fax at 904-
246-9121.

Sizzlin' Summer Fun: The
annual Summer Tennis Camp,
open to youngsters ages 6 to
14, begins June 17 at Ponte
Vedra Golf & Country Club
and runs through August 15.
The camp is held from 10
a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday through
Friday, and every day is an
adventure. Along with tennis
instruction, there is golf,
supervised swimming, arts &
crafts...and Popsicle breaks for
those really hot days. Camp
also includes lunch, giving
mothers a summer break.
Space is limited, so sign up
today: A $50 deposit is
required to hold a spot.
Members' camp costs $205 per
child per week; non-member
friends can join for $225 per
child per week. Single days
-and half days also are avail-
able.


Call the Ponte Vedra Golf &
Country Club Tennis Center to
reserve camp dates.
Registration forms are avail-
able at the Tennis Pro Shop,
285-6166, Ext. 3.

Summer Camp
Summer Camp for ages 8-13
will be held from 9 a.m.-3.p.m.
June 16-July 25 at Fletcher
High School. Extended camp
hours are 7-9 a.m. and 3-5:45
p.m. Activities include swim-


ming, group sports, games,
arts and crafts, computers and
field trips. Call Community
Education at 247-5923 for'
information.

Summer Driver Education:
Summer Driver Education will
be held at Fletcher High
School for high school stu-
dents only. Session 2 is June
20-30 and Session 3 is July 1-
10, school days only, from
7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Registration is $135. Call
Community Education at 247-
5923 for information.

Tennis at Huguenot: The
Jacksonville Beach Tennis
Center at Huguenot Park, 218
16th Ave. S., offers summer
camps and programs. Beginner
Junior Camps I and II are held
in June, Intermediate Junior
Camp I and Beginner Junior
Camp III in July, and
Intermediate Junior Camp II
and Advanced Junior Camp I
in August. The hours of each
are 9-11 a.m. All cost $45 for
six hours and require. a $20
deposit.
Beginner Junior Camp I runs
June 16, June 18-19, with June
20 the makeup day. Beginner
Junior Camp II is heldJune 23,
June 25-26, with June 27 the
makeup. Intermediate Junior
Camp I is offered July 7, July 9-
10, with July 11 the. makeup.
Beginner Junior Camp III runs
July 21, July 23-24, with July
25 the makeup. Intermediate
Junior Camp II is held Aug. 4,
6-7, with Aug. 8 the makeup.
Advanced Junior Camp I is
offered Aug. 11, 13-14, with
Aug. 15 the makeup.
Call 247-6221 for informa-
tion.

Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp:
*Tommy Hulihan's Beaches
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School will be held June 9-13.
Hours are 9 a.m-12 p.m. for
boys and girls entering third,
fourth and fifth grades., and 1-
4 p.m. for boys only entering
sixth, seventh, eighth and
ninth grades. The cost for
either is $95.
*All-Girls -"Middle Schoof
Basketball Camp at St. Paul's
School will be held June 23-27.
Hours are 4-6:30 p.m. for. girls
entering sixth, seventh, 'eighth
and ninth grades. The,cpst is
$7R 1 "" 1 .. "I "
: For information, visit
www.beachesbasketball.com
or call Tommy Hulihan at 349-
2611.

Away-from-Beaches
Summer Camps

Alligator Farm Spring-
Summer Camps: The St.
Augustine Alligator Farm
Zoological Park hosts spring
and summer camps. Spring
camp sessions start March 31,
and summer camp sessions
begin June 23 and run through
the end of summer. The last
themed session is Aug. 11.
Registration is underway.
Spring camp dates are March
31-April 4 and April 21-25.
Summer camp dates are June
23-27, June 30-July 4, July 7-
11, July 14-18, July 21-25, July
28- Aug. 1, Aug. 4-8 and Aug.
11-15. Themed camps provide
children--and their parents
with lots of choices. Morning
and afternoon day schedules
are available. For information,
call Molly Ebersold at 824-
3337.
The St. Augustine Alligator
Farm, founded in 1893, is one
of Florida's oldest zoological
attractions.

Dolphin Fine Arts Camp:
Jacksonville University offers a
two-week Dolphin Fine Arts
Camp. "Circus, Circus" will be
held July 7-11 and "Jungle
Fever" July .14-18. For informa-
tion or to register, call 904-
256-7398 or 904-256-7024 or
visit http://arts.ju.edu.
Campers ages 6-16 are given
a chance to experience art,
theater, dance and music class-
es at JU. Students can take one
or two weeks of camp and
have a performance and art
exhibit at the end of each
week. They can stay in the JU
dormsrhave'meals included in
the -carmp price and-learn-dif-
ferent-arts from professional
artists.
Tuition includes daily lunch,
classes and rehearsals.. for a


final performance.-The fee is
$494 for two weeks, $260 for
one week. Residential tuition
includes daily classes and
rehearsals for the final per-
formance, dorm room with
double occupancy and full-
time supervision, three meals a
day, access to all JU facilities,
and weekend and evening out-
ings and activities. The cost is
$810 for two weeks, $425 for
one week.


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SEVEN (7) Wooded Acres with 2100sf.
Log home package. Easy access to Intra-
coastal Waterway. County Road frontage
with utilities $89,900.'Call now (866)950-
5263, Ext.103.
"MAYPORT FISHING Village" 105'x105'
lot with upscale 3/2 mobile home,
$249,000. SEA STATE Realty Corp.
(904)537-0679.
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log' cabin shell
on 2 private acres near very wide trout
stream in the Galax area and New River
State Park, $139,500. Owner (866)789-
8535'. .


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3/4 ACRE lot on Fort George Rd. near Big
Talbot Island. Offered below appraisal at
$149,000. 249-0346..

Only $89,900. Sale: Sat, May 3rd Only.
Gorgeous 2100 sf log cabin package &
beautifully wooded dockable waterfront
parcel on private, recreational lake in
Tenn. Quiet, gated community. Or, 5 acre
lake access with free boat slips just
$24,900. Excellent financing. Sold 1st
come, 1st served. Call now, (888)792-
5253, x.1798
MAYPORT- LARGE mobile home lot, city
water; 966 Pioneer Dr., Best offer.
249-0346.
3 LOTS in W. Atlantic Beach. $115K. Call
(904)591-0170.


ASHEVILLE, NC Mountain Acreage
Homesites From $49,000, Excellent fi-
nancing available Call (877)890-5253
x3973. www.seeriverhighlandsny.com.
SOUTHERN COLORADO Ranch Sale 35
Acres w/ Well just $356/month* Spectacu-
lar Rocky Mountain views Year-round ac-
cess, Nicely treed Access to electric and
telephone Call Red Creek Land today
(866)OWN-LAND x 4125 www.seecedar-
woodstation.com Offer void where prohib-
ited.' Terms and conditions subject to
change without notice. *Monthly payment
of $356.22 based upon a purchase price
of $69,900 with 15% down and $59,415 fi-
nanced.via a 30 year mortgage at a fixed
interested rate of 6.00%.
VILANO BEACH Lots- $214,900. Walk to
ocean and boat ramp. High & dry. For
details: Robert Upchurch, 238-1808. The
Real Estate Resource.

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MAGICAL OCEANFRONT HOME PONTE VEDRA
Situated on a high dune with 200' of ocean frontage, this
John Shackelford home will take your breath away! This
concrete block home features 5.bedrooms, 6.5 baths, an
elevator, study, huge game roori, large screened lanai
and an oceanfront pool/spa. $8,995,000


PRIVATE ESTATE IN MARSH LANDING
Rare 1.8 acre wood estate lot offers water-to-golf views.
Custom McCumber 1 BR, 4 full/2 half BA home with unique -&
floor plan. Grand parlor, granite kitchen with fireplace,
incredible master suite with den, morning kitchen, dining
area, exercise room, study and 40' lap pool. Unbelievable! -
$1,699,OQO
P a ea SYMPHONY SHOWHOME
+ -" Palencia Mediterranean estate, 1+ acres, 6,900+ sf, grand
.: ^ foyer, 5BR/6BA, guest house, media rooms, bonus, study,
i,, temperature-controlled wine cellar, gated entrance,
I!' jaui security cameras, pool with waterfall, summer kitchen.
$2,995,000


DISTINCTIVE STYLE-PONTE VEDRA BOULEVARD
This almost new French Normandy-style home on the
west side of The Boulevard features 3 BR, 4 BA in the
main house plus a separate guest suite. Over 4,800 sf
and room for a pool.-This is a true "10"! $3,750,000 -.


PLANTATION PERFECTION
i Perfectly situated on a large corner lot with majestic oaks,
this 4 BR, 5 BA home is a dream! It has a screened lanai,
fenced pool and spa, plus 2nd floor bonus suite! Located
in the most beautiful golf community in Northeast Florida!
$1,375,000

PLANTATION MEDITERRANEAN HOME
This extraordinary Mediterranean custom home offers ..,, ,
expansive golf views and a private screened pool, spa & -.'. ,
summer kitchen. It features over 4,300 sf; 4 BR, 5 full/2 j -
half BA, a study, bonus room, 2 two-car garage and access
to -the unparalleled amenities of The Plantation!
$1,695,000


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SUMMER CAMPS


Bring an offer for this townhouse style.condo in Ocean Village.
Over 1300 square feet, 2 bdrms, 2 baths, private tiled lanai,
.updated kitchen with-granite counters. Spacious rooms, and
-- : : ;'Ready foraNewfwner! ..
Lori Lareau, RI Realtor
904/868-7224- -
lorilareau@vanguardgmac.com


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WEST BEACHES
5 minutes to Jax Beach, over 1/2 acre,
150x190, nice trees, great location. Close
to JTB. schools, shopping, beaches. Will
build to suit. Possible owner financing. All
reasonable offers considered. Only $3.70
per sf. $99,900. (904)993-5853,
(904)993-3803. Owner/Agent.




ANNUAL INCOME $50,000. Department
of Corrections transitional home,
9BR/2BA, $140,000. Call (904)993-8424
for details.
SAN MARCO traditional 2 story 3/2.5,
overlooking Lake Marco, 396-9544, 608-
0962.
604 10TH Ave S. 3/2 Remodeled home,
MLS422305, Located on 2 lots $432N.
Susan Howell, Watson Realty Corp,
(904)463-0330
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.
STOP WASTING GAS!
We're open online
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www.pstaines.com
Phyllis Staines, Realtor
904-476-SOLD
RE/MAX Coastal Real Estate
UPDATED BEACH Home in PVB- Dolphin
Cove! Over 1350sf., 3BR/2BA. All Brick
Home on Large Lot. No Association Fees!
$254,500.. Contact Jaqui Allen, Keller Wil-
liams Realty (904)885-3335 for more info.
WATER-FRONT INTRACOASTAL VIEW
5/3 in-ground pool & spa, gated communi-
ty, close to beaches, concrete block
constr., $794,500. 241-4447 Help-U-Sell
Coastal Realty.


LARGE 180'X50'+ lot w/small 2BR/1BA
cottage near ICW. 2 ponds, carport and
porch. Room to build. $110,000.
(904)571-1112.
1
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
3/2. garage, fenced yard, screened porch,
hardwood. $199,900.
ATLANTIC BEACH
Off Seminole Rd. Beautiful newer 3/2.5
townhome. Hardwood floors, 1 car gar.
$299,900. Remax Advantage. Possible
Least/ Purchase
YOU WILL BE MOVING SOON
IF YOU JUST CALL JUNE
@ 994-3608.
READY TO SALE: Neptune Beach house
Reduced, 2 1/2 blocks to ocean,
4BR/1.5BA on large lot. Large inground
pool. Investors Welcome! 904-249-3839
Open house, Saturday May 3, 10am-4pm,
436 Bowles St.
FSBO WILL carry with down payment,
4BR/2.5BA, 1600sf, all new appliances,
kitchen, bathrooms, paint, and carpet,
fenced yard, 2 car garage, 869 Gavagan,
Atl. Bch., near Mayport school & Beaches,
$257,000. Call for appt. (904)699-7623.
QUEENS HARBOR, $999,900. 4828sf
6BR/5BA, wooded, marsh/ ICW views. For
details: Robert Upchurch (904)238-1808.
The Real Estate Resource.
FANTASTIC BEACH Cottage selling "As
Is" Unable to finish renovations to kitchen,
exterior and 12x38 patio. 4+BR/5.5BA,
3700sf. w/2 structures, huge master suite,
12x20 loft. Watch the sun rise and hear
the ocean from master sunroom. Lots of
storage, office, guest apt., pool room or
shop on double corner lot w/pool and fruit
trees, just 5 blocks to beach. $629,000.
Any offer considered (904)655-3494 own-
er/ agent.
REDUCED- NB., East of A1A, 3BR/2BA,
$523,900. 233 Pine. Will co-op. 249-7946


JB, 2BR/1BA, 6 blocks to ocean. All new PV 3/2/1, private, vaulted ceilings, garden
tile & counters, Ig. corner lot. $239K. bath, screened patio, walk to beach,
(904)881-8590. $220,000. 294-5498


RENOVATED AB bungalow, 3BR/1BA,
granite counters, jacuzzi tub, rain shower,
new electrical and A/C. Near parks. Must
sell $134,900. (904)422-6747.
OCEANVIEWS
CHARMING Neptune Bch townhouse.
3/2.5 w/ loft, private patios front & back.
$577,500. 241-2209.
JAX BEACH, completely remodeled, large
3/2 with 2 car garage, large corner lot,
1700sf, $309,000, reasonable offers ac-
cepted, 254-3569.
PONTE VEDRA, Sawgrass, Oak Bridge
3/2/2, cul-de-sac, lakeview, adorable,
park-like setting $299,000. (352)634-4955.
hopeyourwell@yahoo.com
BEAUTIFUL DOLPHIN COVE home,
3BR/2BA, 1400+sf, large jlot; owner fi-
nancing available, $250,000. (904)686-
0068. www.geocities.com/pvb05
OLD ATLANTIC BEACH, 345 4th St.
Charming 4+BR/2.5BA, genuine 2123sf
beach home w/sweet front porch, hard-
wood floors, fireplace, nicely fenced yard,
detached 2 car garage with studio/ office
+1/2 bath and additional 500sf. storage
room. Great location! 2 blocks to beach,
4 streets to Town Center. All on 75'x150'
lot. Drive by, fall in love! Call for an appt.
(904)242-0203. $699K. FSBO.
SOUTH JAX BCH
3/2.5, 1856sf. Luxury Townhome. Motivat-
ed Seller $316,900. (800)935-8347 x102.
Weselljaxhomes.com
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, ICW home,
3BR/2.5BA, 2700sf. www.buyowner.com
Code #jax9240..


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. No money
down, $6991,000. 3% co-op. 514-1090.
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TOWNHOME, 2/1.5, frplc., pool, WDHU,
$750/mo. plus sec. No smoking/ pets.
241-8706, 607-9980.
601 MAIN St., Atlantic Bch, 2BR/1BA, fire-
place, WDHU, screened porch, CH&A.
Credit check. $725/mo. 891-0606.
2BR 2BA townhouse w/ den. Energy effi-
cient, LR, DR, kitchen, skylights, deck,
CH/A, WDHU, carpet & tile. $1050/mo.,
$800/dep. No pets. 102 Poinsettia St., Atl
Bch. 241-2624.
ATLANTIC BCH., 3BR/2BA, fenced yard.
$1200/mo. Owner R.E. Broker. 241-8117,
703-7652.
1 BLOCK to ocean, very nice 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, fireplace, WDHU, located at 170
1st Ave. S., JB. $875/mo. credit check.
891-0606.
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR Apt $775/mo.
247-1417.

ATLANTIC BEACH
Townhouse, steps to Town Center, newer
interior, clean and move in ready, balcony,
fenced yard, 2BR, WDHU, great parking.
Short term/ long term. $985/mo., low utilit-
ies. pets ok 607-2794.

OVER GARAGE apartment. 2BR/ 1BA,
fully furnished (TV included), full cable,
utilities included (except gas), A/C, se-
cure, quiet & private. No pets. S. Jax Bch.
$850/mo.+ $500/dep. 246-1832.
ONE BLOCK FROM OCEAN! 14th Ave-
nue North, Jax Beach, NICE! 1BR/1BA,
gated, POOL, laundry, smaller PETS OK!
945/mo. +deposit. Available nowl
(904)477-4640.
OLD ATLANTIC Beach, 209 15th St.,
2BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block to ocean,
$900/mo. +sec deposit, ref's. 246-6194,
249-3636.
1 BLOCK to ocean, 120 1st Ave. S., JB.
1BR/1BA, CH&A, sunroom, WDHU.
$695/mo. Credit check. 891-0606.
172 1ST Ave. S. 1BR/1BA, CH&A, 1 block
from ocean, credit check, $650/mo.,
(904)891-0606.
Efficiency, $650/mo. water included. Call
241-9822.
NEPTUNE BEACH, upstairs, 2BR/1BA,
large LR/DR, nice kitchen, W/D, dish-
washer, 1 block to beach. $1100/mo.
(904)249-4292.
S. JAX BCH, Palms at Marsh Landing.:
3BR/2BA, 1500sf., gated comm, vaulted
ceilings, firepic, hrdwd. firs, upgraded
kitch; W/D incl, 2 pools, fitness, tennis,
tanning, cable incl. $1350/mo. Avail 6/1.
Call 514-1298 or 246-0855.
SPACIOUS 2BR/2,5BA TOWNHOME.
Conveniently located near JTB and shop-
ping in quiet Ponte Vedra Ct. Condomini-
ums. WDHU, CH&A, new carpet and tile.
No pets. $895/mo. +dep. 249-6150.
NEPTUNE BEACH- 223 Florida Blvd.
2BR/ 1BA unfurn. apt. CH/A, dishwasher,
washer/ dryer, off street parking.
$900/mo.+ dep. (904)327-0117/ (904)241-
9416.
LARGE 3BR/2.5BA townhouse, 1400sf.,
DR, kitchen, 3decks, ocean view, garage,
WDHU, CH&A, blinds, carpet, tile.
$1350/mo. +$1000/dep. NO PETS.
201 Margaret St. Neptune Beach.
(904)241-2624.


PREMIUM OCEANVIEW, 1BR w/flreplace
$1050/mo. 1BR $850/mo. Studio
$750/mo., hardwood, dishwasher. Sec,
last mth. 553-1354, 859-1301.
PONTE VEDRA, 1BR/1BA townhome,
gated, washer/dryer Included; 5 star
amenities. $900/mo. 998-9148.
SAWGRASS CC, Northgate, 2BR/2BA,
2100sf., 2 car garage. Fireplace. Water to
golf view. $1700/mo. Call Susan
(904)514-7150.
ATLANTIC BEACH duplex, 2BR/1BA re-
modeled, 4 blks from beach and Town
Center. WDHU. $950/mo. +electric. Water
included. Avail 5/6/08. Call 610-3838.
MAYPORT/ ATL Bch., Brick townhome,
CH&A, WDHU, 2 & 3BR's, $750 &
$875/mo. 724-9994, Ashley
www.owninjax.com/jordan.
8 BLOCKS to beach, 2BR/1.5BA town-
home WDHU, tile floors, fenced yard.
$950/mo. Pets ok w/dep., 887 8th Aye.
South, (904)608-6678.
ATLANTIC BEACH: 283 Ahern St., 2
blocks to ocean, across from Town Cen-
ter; 2BR/1BA, hardwood floors, new
CH&A, new travertine bath & kitchen. No
pets. $900/mo.,$1000 deposit, water, gar-
bage & sewer included in rent. (904)616-
9741.



PETS WELCOME
Atlantic Beach, 3/2, 2600sf, separate of-
fice, enormous kitchen, pool. 2 blocks
from beach. $2400/mo. (904)591-6877
PONTE VERDA, 2BR/2BA, washer/ dryer,
comm. pool/tennis. $1350/mo., 338-8697.
FIND YOUR true beach lifestyle in this
Atlantic. Bch. cottage. 1 1/2 blks. to
ocean. 3BR/2BA, fireplace, screened.
porch, deck, eat-in kit. 450 Garden Ln.
$1675/mo. 904-553-3528.
530 MYRA St. Neptune Beach. 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, clean, great neighborhood, no
pets, $1050/mo,. +$900 sec dep.
Call 249-5003.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA home, 4 blocks to
beach, completely renovated, like new,
super clean, no smoking/ no pets,
$1500/mo. +deposit, 321-987-0012.
ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse. 363
Aquatic Dr. 3BR/2BA, fenced yard. good
location. $1050/mo. +deposit. 982-0416.
PABLO POINT 3BR/ 2BA, Ig fenced yard,
pool, 2000sf, recently remodeled. Avail.
June 1st. $1590/mo. 463-2845.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA w/fireplace
and pool. 2 car garage. $1800/mo. in-
cludes lawn and pool care. Call Susan
(904)514-7150.
ATL BCH- OCEAN VIEW
Great townhome, 3BR/3.5BA, 2car, pri-
vate yard w/jacuzzi, coral fireplace, balco-
nies, deck, 1800+sf, new carpet, traver-
tine, ceramic tile, s/s appliances & more.
$1900/mo, (904)463-0343.
N.JAX BEACH. 1630sf., 3BR/2BA house.
Spacious, meticulously maintained w/up-
dates. All appliances, W/D. Near schools.
Large yard w/sprinklers (no fence). Year
lease. $1450/mo. includes lawn service.
(904)246-1506 or (949)230-2063.
$675/MO, 2/1, CH&A, WDHU, new carpet,
cul-de-sac, $1000 deposit, Atlantic Beach,
476-3882.


ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR/2.5BA, fireplace, OCEANFRONT RENTAL
W/D, 3 blocks to town center & beach.
/D loc to tow 6 & beach. Vacation Home for Rent 4BR/4BA, week-
$1150/mo. (904)742-6423. ly, monthly, yearly. Call (904)249-8269.


_.,---.-"s ... .._.. I ATLANTIC BCH 2BR/1BA, completely re-
modeled, screened porch, WDHU, CH&A,
SPONTE VEDRA BY THE SEA ESTAIES MLS# 401674 6 blocks to beach, $950/mo. 254-7752.
5BR/5.5BA concrete block construction, 2 master suites, granite JAX BEACH, 636 9th Ave S., 2BR/1.5BA
kitchencounters,breathtakinglake views &in-ground heated pool wh me. $&A,00WHU, fecesit yard.Not
& spa, 65K backup generator. All closing cost paid by seller! cats. 221-5833.
1,799,000 285-1800 MAYPORT LANDING 2BR/2BA town-
home, near base and Hanna Park,
- $750/mo., $700 deposit. 1243 Mayport
.-.. Landing Dr. 280-2728 Ive message.
')AZA CONDOS-RIVERFRONT MLS# 366666 IBR/1BA oveirized ..; La278
co o, ,,, ,oors,, u. 1 beautiful river& c ie r '..' 1 BLOCK to beach, 126 8th Ave. S.
ustomcondo, teak o loosi ut, beautiful rver ,& city vies'. 2BR/ 1BA, CH&A, WDHU, no pets.
xtra parking, storage units & ~wme oc1ke included. $279,900 285-1800 \ 724-6335 ..
S-NORTH JAX Beach, 1BR $615/mo., 2BR
-..,t- $715/mo. 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
: IT E PIAZAMLS#412396UnbelievablePrice. 2BR/2BA -- -... pets. (904)249-5368.
i : I condo. 1,473 sq.ft.,hardwoodfloors, granite, fireplace. Five JAX BCH townhouse, 2BR/ 1A. 717
Sa n6th Ave. S. Close to beach & hospital.
SSIar amenities with 24/7 concierge, gated parking and Rear deck & balcony, new paint, WDHU.
S storage units included. $232,000 285-1800 5/m+ sec. de. all for appt. 721-
1546 ext. 4. Century 21.
-. NEP BCH, East of 3rd. 1/2 duplex ,1200sf,
.4 huge bedrooms, split layout, 2/2, ceramic
tile, screened back porch, fenced yard,
PALENCIA'MLS# 350491 Splendid l acre comer parking for three, WDHU, CH/A.
)t in the estate section. This lot backs to the Presers e \ i th $1030/mo+ sec. 247-3191.
'reathtaking views of the marsh to the Intracoastal. Property is ener & laundryA ST. ustudio w garage.cks to oean
located less than 500 ft. from the new boardwalk leading to thie - Peaceful, shaded & private. $725/mo. Call
Rick 891-2345.
ntracoastal. $550,000 285-1800 PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/ 2BA, 1 car garage,
new paint & tile floors, W/D, fireplace,
vaulted ceiling/ skylight, clean & updated.
$850/mo.+ deposit. (904)827-1360.
SAll BRICK HOME MLS# 421333 Features 3BR/2BA, split JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA apt, WDHU,
Splan. spacious MBR w/tray ceiling, separate DR, kitchen w/ 7t6-0Ste North, $1125/mo. +deposit.
.. reakfast area & bar overlooksgreat room w/FP, Coriancounters, ATLANTIC BEACH
ne\t carpet. 205,000 285-1800 2BR/2BA, $729/mo. No Deposit, No
Application fee. (904)246-6475.

iEASIDE MLS# 412881 4BR/2BA, one of the largest yards 2 SOUTH JAX DBeach, 202 S. 25th Ave. Lg.
2BR/1BA, W/D, CH&A, 1.5 blocks to
)acks to tranquil setting community with beach access, split beach. yr. lease. $1250/mo. +dep. water
bedrooms, open patio. $365,560 285-1800 included. NS, NP. 247-7909.
St . --......NEPTUNE BEACH, Summer Sands


BOATERS DREAM
Canal front 3BR/2BA home 6-ft at low tide,
floating dock, super clean, new A/C, water
softner, no smoking/ no pets, large private
yard, no houses behind or in front, awe-
some views of marsh and intracoastal, re-
cently renovated. $1800/mo. +deposit,
321-987-0012.
NEAR NAVY Base, 3BR/2BA, lease op-
tion. $950/mo. Home Locators. 855-8988.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2/2 home, side-by-
ride fridge, ceramic top stove, new dish-
washe,: fenced yard, open with.vaulted
ceiling. Very nice neighborhood, east of
Mayport Rd. $925/mo. 233-1346.
SOLANO CAY, PVB, 3BR/2.5BA, Lake
View, 2car gar, 1700sf., fireplace, master
suite w/jacuzzi, community pool, newly
renovated. No pets/ smoking,, $1450/mo.
(904)343-0161, (904)759-0757 .
NEPTUNE BEACH Home $1200/mo.
3BR/2BA,. Great neighborhood. WDHU,
tile floors. Pet Deposit. Fridge included,
Fenced yard, near schools. 403-3831,
733-2023.
WOLFCREEK TOWNHOME, 2/2.5 like
new end unit, W/D. $1000/mo. 588-4691.
3BR 2BA house, kit., DR, LR, CH/A,
WDHU, hardwood floors/ carpet, Ig. 2 car
carport, $1200/mo. $800/dep. NO PETS.
1651 7th St. S., Jax Bch. 241-2624.


PVB, 3/2, 1300sf, garage, quiet street,
$1350/mo. 315-6558.
PVB, SOLANO Woods, 3/2, ceramic/
wood floors, lawn included $1500/mo.
TDO MGMNT. (904)246-1125.,
2/1 HOME, off Beach Blvd. Residential/
Commercial zoning. 12 blocks from
beach. $1100/mo. Call Ted 904-537-7896.
ATLANTIC BEACH very nice home 4/2/2.
Fenced yard, $1250/mo. 247-4959.
ATLANTIC BEACH, near Mayport Naval
Station, 2BR house $975/mo. Home Loca-
tors. 855-8988.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA, remodeled
kitchen, $975/mo. Home Locators.
855-8988.
BEACH LIVING, 2BR, hardwood floors,
close to shopping. $750/mo. Home Loca-
tors. 855-8988.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3/2, wood floors,
1200sf., $1250/mo.. TDO MGMNT.
(904)246-1125.
3212 ANTIGUA Drive- Ocean Cay Devel-
opment. 4BR/3BA, 2 car garage. Quiet
neighborhood, Short walk to beach, com-
munity pool. $2300/mo., lyr. lease.
891-2136 or 254-01,22.

OAK HARBOR, 3/1, fenced backyard.
Near boat ramp & Mayport. Available 5/1.
$975/mo. +security, 241-8003.

ATLANTIC BEACH, newer, beautiful
3BR/2.5BA, 1car garage, 1800sf., vaulted
ceiling, hardwood, small fenced yard.
$1595/mo. You'll be moving soon if you
just call June at (904)994-3608. ReMax
Advantage.
PONTE VEDRA TOWNHOME.
3BR/2.5BA, in a gated community with
pool & tennis. Close to shopping and a
short walk to the beach. New 18x18 tile
floors in living area. New carpet, new fix-
tures and fresh paint. Fireplace, glassed in
Florida room, 1 car garage. The unit
shows like new. $1500/mo. Available now.
Call Dave (904)962-4884 or Diane
(904)993-7003.
RENT TO Own Homes. All areas, sizes,
prices. Call and tell your needs. Home Lo-
cators. 855-8988.
HISTORIC MAYPORT FISHING VIL-
LAGE. Sit on your vintage front porch and
watch the ships sail-by. 2BR/1BA, totally
rehabed, fenced yard. $895/mo. 1448
Palmer St. Across from Singletons Res-
taurant. 247-1049 or 608-4325.
EGRETS GLADE, 3BR/2BA, fenced back-
yard, 2car garage, cul-de-sac. $1200/mo.
591-2436.


ATLANTIC BEACH, 379 First St. 2 blocks
to ocean, 1 block .from town center.
3BR/2.5BA townhouse. New paint and
carpet. No pets, Non-smoking. $1800/mo.
735-9270.
ATLANTIC BEACH WEST
MAYPORTIOAK HARBOR
1226 Cape Charles Ave:, nice 3BR/2BA,
family room, tile/ berber, large utility, patio,
fence $1250/mo., lease.
1129 Sebago Ave South, beautiful
3BR/2BA, new kitchen, new bath, tile/ ber-
ber, large utility, patio, fence. $1150/mo.,
lease (904)612-8868.
'PVB, 3BR/2.5BA, 1800sf. townhouse.
East of A1A in the Fountains, Community
Pool, Grade A Schools. $1250/mo.
(904)463-2532.
REMODELED 3BR/ 2BA, 798 Triton Rd.
$1400/mo. Rent to own. 710-8083 or 824-
6813.
JAX BEACH, 2/2.5 townhome, tile/ carpet,
garage. $1290/mo. TDO MGMNT.
(904)246-1125.
NEPTUNE BEACH- 3BR/2BA, 2 car ga-
rage has storage cabinets & shelving,
W/D. New energy efficient CH&A. Large
Florida room overlooks private fenced
backyard. 7 blocks to ocean on quiet cul-
de-sac. Walk or bike to Elem. Jr. & High
Schools $1500/mo. (904)249-7131.
PONTE VEDRA Rental -GREAT Place!
2/2 patio home, new apple, fresh paint,
vaulted ceilng. Golf course view & creek.
(904)838-3920. Avail5/1. $1500/mo.
SOUTH JAX BEACH 2BRI2BA .,.
washer/ dryer, lawn' maintenance, Walk
to ocean. $1200/mo. Available Now
246-6444 x17 or 343-0009.
JAX BEACH 3/2/2, pool, fireplace,
$1550/mo, 249-1890.
OAK HARBOR 3BR/2BA, CH&A, WDHU,
new appliances, carport, $1000/mo + dep.
1102 Green Cay Ave. 249-3214, 945-
3303.
NICE 3BR/2BA, big yard. $1200/mo.
Home Locators. 855-8988.
ATLANTIC BCH, 4BR/ 2BA, 405 Royal
Palms Dr. $1250/mo. Rent to own. 710-
8083 or 824-6813.
KERNAN/ ATLANTIC, 4BR/2BA, 2000sf.,
Avail. June. $1395/mo. 616-2429.


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ATLANTIC BEACH, 1BR/1BA, near
beach, Will co-op. $175,000. Call
(904)246-6758.
PVB/ BELLEZA -1BR/1BA w/tile floors,
exc. view and amenities $128,900.
(904)708-3809
BEACHSIDE TOWNHOME in PONTE
VEDRA at Summer House, 2BR/2BA,
Granite. Quiet end unit, farthest from A1A.
Many condo amenities; pool, billiards.
Near Beach, Golf, Shops.$289K, John
617-953-4562.
MUST SELL! OCEANFRONT, N. Jax
Beach, 12th floor, luxury 2BR/2BA, ga-
rage. $525,000 will co-op. Call (904)476-
7548.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Sevilla, 2BR/2BA,
1st floor, end unit. Gated Community, ap-
prox. 1400sf., hardwood floors, plantation
shutters thruout, Newly remodeled kitch-
en, covered parking. $222,000.
(904)881-5214.
PRICE REDUCED 100K MiraVista in-
vestor liquidation, 2674sf. w/garage on
marina. Value $699K. Sell $599K. Turn
Key Long term lease in place. 40' slip ad-
ditional $159K. (904)463-2845. Only Buy-
ers/ Investors. No Brokers please. Equity
trade considered.
OCEANFRONT
1/1 very small condo, huge view.
$350,000. (904)463-3738.


AGE 62 or over? No need to lose your
home or go into bankruptcy. No more
mortgage payments. Call adviser Theresa
Farnell about reverse mortgages. We can
help you. Call 223-1886.


1986 FIESTA, 3BR/2BA. OWNER
SACRIFICE! $6149 OBO. Admiral's Walk.
(904)285-4459, (904)813-6585.
3/2, ADMIRAL'S Walk, all new, $2000
down and $820/mo. 223-5267.



$20,000 CASH BACK! 2/1 home off'
Beach Blvd, zoned for comm. business. At
closing buyer will receive $20,000 cash
back. Call Stacy (904)716-8813.



3/2 MH, Admiral's Walk, all new, $820/mo.
Possible RTO., 223-5267.
ICW TOWNHOUSE, 3BR/2BA, awesome
views, 2000sf, garage & balconies.
$2000/mo.+, (904)249-7802.
BEACHES, 2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE,
ceramic tile floors, CH&A, laundry room,
patio, fenced yard, 1 yr. lease, no pets,
$950/mo. discounted rent, 993-1114.
NEPTUNE BCH, 2BR/1.5BA, WDHU,
1000sf. No Petsal $850/mo. +$850/dep.
2131 Oleander PI. (904)704-4006.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
2BR/1 BA, $800/mo laundry room in build-
ing. Credit check. No pets. 514-8530.
NEPTUNE BEACH, newly renovated
2BR/2BA, 3 blocks to ocean. WDHU.
$850/mo. (904)742-6423.
2BR/2BA APARTMENT, 2 blks to ocean,
CH&A. $800/mo. Call (904)625-1881 or
(904)807-9839.
JAX BEACH, 1BR, block to ocean.
$675/mo. Owner R.E. Broker. 241-8117,
703-7652.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/2BA, 1.5 blocks
to beach. Available mid May. $1350/mo.
616-2429.
MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.


BEACHES
1.5 blocks to ocean, studio, 1 & 2BR apts.
Pool & laundry room, $590/mo. & up.
No dogs. 241-2781 or 237-0552.
(2) 1BR apts, $650/mo. +dep. and Effi-
ciency $550/mo. +dep. 2 blocks from
beach, 249-6748.
Neptune Bch, 2 blocks to ocean, 3/2.5
1750sf. WDHU $1800/mo. (904)487-
4536.
NEPTUNE BCH- small furnished 1BR
apt., 2 blocks from ocean. All utilities in-
cluded, $790/mo. +sec dep. 247-7910.

S. JAX BCH
2 BR APTS
CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 1
block to ocean. clean. No Pets. $675/mo.
642-1214 and 241-1219.
MAYPORT LANDING, 2BR/2BA town-
home. Tile floor, fenced backyard, near
base and Hanna Park. $790/mo.
+$700/dep. 1173 Songbird La. 280-2728
Iv. msg.
ATLANTIC BEACH, near ICW, 2BR/1.5BA
townhome, tile floor, fireplace, large yard.
$790/mo. +$700/dep. 553 Stewart St.
280-2728 Iv. msg.
WALK TO beach, 208-214 10th Ave. No.,
efficiencies, $550/mo laundry room in
building. Credit check. No pets. 514-8530.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR home, fenced
yard, all appliances, includes W/D.
219-2481.
NEPTUNE BEACH townhouse, 2/2.5, ga-
rage, pool, lawn service. Move- in now. 2
weeks free rent, $1150/mo.+ $800/dep.
208 Windswept Cir. 655-7361.
CLOSE TO base, fresh paint, very clean,
unfurnished, 1BR/1BA, CH&A, utilities &
satellite TV included, laundry on premises,
$675/mo. (904)247-4221.









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3BR/2BA, OCEAN Forest, JB. 2100sf.,
2car garage, tile & wood floors, Ig. tub.
Excellent neighborhood. Avail. June 1.
$1350/mo. (904)881-8590.
N. JAX BCH, 3/1+ office. Newly remod-
eled, storage shed, fenced backyard.
Great neighborhood. $1200/mo. 241-
4630.
ATL. BCH. 755 Plaza, 3/1, 1200sf. Pet
Friendly, $975/mo. +dep. 234-6878.
LG 3BR/ 2BA, garage, fenced yard. 912
Penman Rd. $1400/mo. Rent to own.
710-8083 or 824-6813.
ATRIUM, PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2BA,
fireplace, 2 car garage, fenced yard,
lawn service. Unfurnished. $1190/mo.
910-4402 or 642-3517.
BIG 4BR/2BA brick house, shade trees,
nice home. $950/mo. Home Locators.
855-8988.
4-BLOCKS TO Ocean. 1BR/1BA, all tile.
$699/mo.+ deposit. 405 Lower 8th Ave.
South. 534-2120.
JAX BEACH- near ocean, 3BR/1BA.
CH/A. Lease, references required. 218 4th
Ave. South. $1195/mo. (904)221-4134,
(904)703-5518
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4BR/2BA, close to
beaches and schools. Brand new carpet/
paint. Excellent condition. Large backyard.
$1450/mo. +deposit. Will consider small
pet. Please call 904-465-7186.
CUTE AND Cozy, Beach living, 1BR,
$500/mo. Home Locators, 855-8988.
MAYPORT AREA, 4BR/2BA, large Florida
room, W/D included, enclosed patio. 2460
Montreal St., $1300/mo. +deposit,
6 month lease. 710-6896.
PVB- DOLPHIN Cove 3BR/2BA, w/great
room & garage. Large fenced backyard,
patio. On cul-de-sac, newly renovated.
$1350/mo. +dep. Available mid May,
241-4950 343-0161 (cell)


PVB- FAIRFIELD
3/ 2.5, 2-story, gorgeous lake view, guard/
gated, tennis, pool, lawn service. Pets ok.
Non-smoking. 1st month 1/2 off.
$1900/mo. (904)487-9290.



OCEANFRONT, N. Jax Beach, luxury
2BR/2BA, garage. $1 850/mo. Call
(904)476-7548.
PALMS @ Marsh Landing, 1BR/1BA,
gated community, all amenities, 2 pools,
tennis. $850/mo. 880-4881, 607-4476.
2BR/2BA CONDO, Jax Beach, 1250sf.,
1 car garage. $1100/mo. (904)318-9194.
1BR/1BA in The Grand Reserve, near
UNF/ Beaches. W/D included; Vaulted
ceiling; FP, Golf course side/ view. Ameni-
ties include swimming pool, hot tub, gym,
volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts.
$850/mo. +$850/dep. Call 904-292-1719.
ATLANTIC BEACH WEST
COURTYARDS AT MAYPORT
1803 Challenger Court West. Large
2BR/2BA, loft, tile/ berber, courtyard,
$895/mo., lease, 904-612-8868.
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.cpm/pvb05/page2.html
$1200/mo (904)686-0068.
PVB, 2BR/1.5BA TH Very clean & nice.
$895/mo. Avail now. (904)333-3844.
JAX BEACH Condo, 1028 4th St. N.
2BR/2BA, fireplace, W/D. Available
5/1/08. $975/mo. (Day) 904-402-4330,
(Eve) 904-786-2757.


JAX BEACH. STEPS TO SANDI 1412 N.
1st St. 3BR/2BA, new paint & flooring,
washer/dryer, large balcony. 1400sf.
Great location. No dogs. $1750/mo. +de-
posit 703-8184, 881-4730.
PVB 2/2 ground fl unit w/screened
porch, W/D, +frplc, dry cleaning services,
shuttle service to the beach, onsite fitness
instructor, poolside bar, monthly cocktail
parties and MORE!! $850/mo. Doug
(904)422-7007.
OCEANFRONT, JACKSONVILLE Beacli
South. 1BR/1BA units, pool, no pets. 1
parking space. Unfurnished 2nd floor cor-
ner unit, newly remodeled and beautiful.
All new appliances, counters, cabinets
and floors. $1399/mo. Furnished 1st floor
unit $1499/mo. Call (904)463-1036.
PVB TOWNHOME. The Fountains,
3BR/2.5BA, approx 1800sf.. $1175/mo.
(includes water) Unit has Washer & Dryer.
Pets are, negotiable. Please Contact
Jaqui Allen- Keller Williams Realty
(904)885-3335
2/2 CONDO, PV Bch, gated w/amenities.
Call David 294-6940.
OCEANFRONT ACQUILUS II, 3/3;
2124sf; private garage; fitness ctr; pools.
Renee L. Baron, Inc. (904) 242-2821
JAX BEACH 14th Ave. N. 1BR/1BA,
1 block to beach. Non-smoker. $895/mo.
(904)249-9769.
PV, 2 story, 2BR/2.5BA, close to JTB and
A1A, Cranes Lake. $1200/mo. 223-2210.
WORLD GOLF
Corporate studio, luxurious furnishings,
PGA Spa Laterra, beach and golf privileg-
es. Short/ Long term. $1200/mo.
"(904)607-2794.
PONTE VEDRA Beautiful 2BR/ 2.5BA,
W/D, frplc., on pond. $1150/mo. (904)742-
6423.
SPINNAKER 1BR/1BA. Elegantly furnish-
ed. Steps to Ocean. Garage, Avail 4/1.
$1600/mo. 708-4022.


FREE KITTENS born on St. Patrick's Dayl
241-8442.
FREE KITTENS to good homes. Two gray
and white females, two gray males and
one white male. weeks old. 241-4344.


POMERANIAN PUPPY, 3mos, friendly &
sweet. Potty trained. $350- have first shot
records. 303-8886 Audrey.


HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.
FOUND 4/27 in Jax Beach, Boxer mix,
brindle, female dog. 50lbs., very friendly.
Call (301)592-7295.


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CITY OF ATLANTIC BEACH
FLORIDA
CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD
MEETING
The City of Atlantic Beach Code Enforce-
ment Board will hold a workshop on
Tuesday, May 13, 2008, at 7:00 p.m., in
the Commission Chamber at Cit Hall,
800 Seminole Road, Atlantic Beach,
Florida.
All persons interested are notified to be
present at said time and place and they
shall be heard. If a person decides to ap-
peal.any decision at anymeeting or hear-
ing, he will need a record of the proceed-
ings, and for such purpose may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record shall in-
clude the testimony and evidence upon
which appeal is to be based.
In accordance with the American with Dis-
abilities Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Donna Bussey,
City Clerk, at 247-5809 or at City Hall, 800
Seminole Boad.
BL 4/30/08

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
The Board of Appeals for the City of Nep-
tune Beach, Florida will hold a Public
Hearing on Wednesday May 21, 2008 at
6:00 p.m. in the Neptune Beach Municipal
Building, 116 First Street, to consider the
following items:
V08-06: Variance request of Mrs. Nancy
Amanda Friedline Meeks for the property
located at 231 North Street to the existing
lot size, front, east and west side yards.
The request is to enclose an existing
porch on the west side of a non-conform-
ing structure.


PVB/ BELLEZA- 1BR/BA, 2nd floor V08-07: Variance request of Mr. Michael
$850/mo.. (904)708-3809. Disch for the property located at 118 Mag-
nolia Street proposing to the existing non-
conforming south front and west side
yards. Proposing to vary the north rear
TPC SHORT RENTAL OR LONGER yard and the floor area ratio. The request
TERM! Totally renovated Marsh tandinp is toaLilltd.additionsAtoitet north aid east.
CC 4BR/ 2FBA h-r.m ., i n..d i ,. :
Oceanfront 6-B EiA cnio n t4;i53. If a person decides to appeal any decision
4083. made by the board with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean- hearing, he or she will need a record of
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267. the proceedings, and for such purpose he
www.rentjacksonvillebeach.com or she may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the..proceedings are made,
S 8 A which record included the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
ROOMMATE TO share 2/2, Villas at based.
Vi-e-1 I I-fiII V L/J LAU.U, I UA. Ah b d


IVIarsh Lanlldingl VV/ poUl, IlttUU, ygatel
community. $650/mo. includes utilities/ ca-
ble. (904)305-3787.
ROOM IN house in PV. Community has
pool and tennis courts. House is
3BR/2BA. Utilities, laundry and high speed
internet included. $590/mo. No deposit.
476-1830.
ROOMMATE FOR 3BR/2BA, Jax Beach.
$550/mo +deposit, includes utilities
(904)249-1890.
MALE 24, sports minded, wants room-
mate to share large apt. near Marsh Land-
ing in Ponte Vedra. Private room, full bath,'
walk in closet, upstairs end unit, rent
$400/mo. +utilities- (elec, cable, internet,
water, approx $100). Use of 42" plasma
TV, play station II, pool, exercise room,
tennis. Call Randy (904)472-1299 leave
message.


PRIVATE ENTRANCE .N. Jax Beach.
Large furnished room w/ bath. All ameni-
tie 1 i50/; week ana83-6fn


PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, 1BR/1BA, .lake- *'....---..
view, next to pool, 5-star amenities. JAX BEACH, 1 bedroom w/private bath.
$775/mo. (904)422-2401. $500/mo.. Walk to beach. (904)237-4354.
PVB, 2BR/2BA, gated, fireplace, ground NICE, CLEAN 3BR/2BA. $400/mo. +utilit-
floor, $1050/mo., Call 864-2440. ies Call 334-6266.


GRAND CAY, 2/2, gated, amenities, view,
hardwood, new carpet, garage. $1050/mo.
Ready 5/1. (904)534-1045.
sandysoul@carolina.rr.com

CONVENIENT TO UNF, 2/2 w/gar.
$1050/mo. PVP, Easy access JTB, furn.,
2/2, $1150/mo. Unfurn. 2/2, $1050/mo.
Heart of PV, gated Ocean Grove, 2/2
$995/mo. Gated Grand Cay, 2/2,
$1050/mo. all amenities! Upscale 3/2 w/
bonus room, gated, w/garage at JTB &
A1A, $1800. Large 4/3.5 w/ fenced yard,
St. Johns Co. Schools, Walden Trace,
$1950/mo. Neptune Beach, marsh front,
2/1.5, fenced yard $950/mo. Florida
Coastal Realty 249-7676 (2).
OCEAN FRONT, Jax Beach, 3BR/2BA,
newer, pool, no pets, garage, year lease,
$2400/mo. Avail 6/1 Call 904-463-2006.
IMMACULATE PVB, OCEAN Grove, 3/2,
ground floor w/garage, beach access/
handicap access. All new appliances in-
cluding washer/ dryer, pool, gym,
$1500/mo., Avail now. Approved pets wel-
come. (904)813-0304.
PONTE VEDRA Furnished 2BR/2BA con-
do, 2nd floor. Gated. $1100/mo.
Available TPC week. 273-1256.
LOVE THE BEACH? Located in presti-
gious Ponte Vedra/ Sawgrass, Beaclt
Club Villa, just steps to ocean, Furnished
efficiency with W/D. Short term/ Long
term. 242-0411.
PVB, SUMMERHOUSE, 2BR/2BA, fit-
ness, pools, tennis, beach, more.
$950/mo. 710-5200.
PVB. 2BR/2BA, w/fireplace, new applian-
ces, washer/ dryer, many amenities.
$950/mo. 472-0914.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1000/mo. 904-613-7605.
JAX BEACH, Palms at Marsh Landing,
2BR/2BA, gated community, screened pa-
tio, lake view, newly remodeled, tile floors,
Berber carpet, new appliances, W/D in-
cluded, 2 pools, tennis court, jacuzzi,
tanning, beautiful fitness center, club-
house. Must see. $1195/mo. (904)993-
0567.
JAX BEACH South, 811 S. 1st St.
2BR/1BA, remodeled 1st floor duplex, un-
furnished, 100 ft. from ocean. Pool,
CH&A, WDHU. No pets, 1 parking space.
$999/mo. +$1000/security deposit.
(904)463-1036.


ROOM FOR RENT, private bath & en-
trance. $380/mo. Responsible, Non
smoker. 247-2818.



JAX BEACH, 711 S. 3rd Street. Single
room office, $375/mo. TDO Management,
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.
PABLO STATION, 9000sf retail professio-
nal, corner Beach Blvd & San Pablo Rd.
7 offices, conference room, kitchen. Will
sub-divide. 3yr lease. 333-5608.
RETAIL PROFESSIONAL Space, 3600sf.,
shared electric, corner of Beach Blvd. and
San Pablo Rd. in established retail center.
333-5608.
OFFICE SPACE for rent, shared recep-
tion/ waiting area, shared kitchen/ break
area. Centralized beaches location behind
Harry's Seafood Restaurant, 401 9th Ave.
N. 247-3777.


OFFICE WITH Wdrehouse, 2400sf. Near
Philips & 9A, 2 executive offices/ Admin
area/ conference rm /warehse $1800/mo.
904-759-9400
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TOWNHOME JAX Bch, 2BR/1.5BA, pri- I'
vate fenced patio, 1 1/2 blocks to beach. FREE CATS and Kittens to approved
$1200/mo.' 821-4744. Pets OK. homes. Call 242-0224.


In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting .should contact the City
Clerk's office no later than 5:00 p.m., the
day of the meeting.
BOARD OF APPEALS
NEPTUNE BEACH, FLORIDA
BL 4/30/08

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PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
Notice is hereby given that a regular meet-
ing of the City Council of the City of Nep-
tune Beach, Florida, will be held on Mon-
day, May 5, 2008, at 6:00 p.m., in the City
Hall Council Chambers, 116 First Street,
Neptune Beach, Florida.
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the City Council with respect to
any matter considered at any meeting,
such person may need a record of the
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 P.M., the
day of the meeting.
Lisa Volpe, CMC
City Clerk
BL 4/30/08

SECTION 106 PUBLIC NOTICE
Verizon Wireless Personal Communica-
tions LP is proposing to construct a tele-
communications tower at Spring Ham-
mock Road (Parcel No. 159741-0030), in
Jacksonville, Duval County, FL at Latitude
N30-29-09.8, Longitude W81-30-46.3.
The tower is proposed to be a Monopine
design and 160 feet tall. Verizoh Wireless
seeks comments from all'interested per-
sons on the impact of the tower on any
districts, sites, buildings, structures, or ob-
jects significant in American history, archi-
tecture, archaeology, engineering, or cul-
ture, that are listed or eligible for listing in
the National Register of Historic Places.
Specific information about the project, in-
cluding the historic preservation reviews
that Verizon Wireless is conducting pur-
suant to the rules of the Federal Commu-
nications Commission (47 C.F.R. Sections
1.1307(4)) and the Advisory Council on
Historic Preservation (36 C.F.R. Part 800)
will be made available to Interested per-
sons who request the information from the
contact below. All questions, comments,
and correspondence should be directed to
Virginia Janssen, Principal Archaeologist,
Dynamic Environmental Associates, Inc.,
3850 Lake Street, Suite C, Macon, GA
31204,
Sec06 @DynamicEnvironmental.com by
05/23/08.
BL 4/23,4/30/08.

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Planning Commission for the City of
Jacksonville Beach, Florida will meet and
hold a public hearing on Monday, May 12,
2008, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Cham-
bers, located at 11 North 3rd Street, Jack-
sonville Beach to consider the following
application:
PC #12-08 Conditional Use approval for
existing outdoor restaurant seating (trans-
fer of ownership) in a Commercial general:
C-2 zoning district, pursuant to Section
34-343 (d)(14) of the Jacksonville Beach
Land Development Code. The property is
located at 1266 Beach Boulevard (Twisted
Sisters).
The above referenced application is avail-
able for review in the office of the Planning
and Development Department, City Hall,
11 North 3rd Street, during normal busi-
ness hours (M-F, 8am-5pm).
Planning Commission
City of Jacksonville Beach

NOTICE

If a person decides to appeal any decision
by the Planning Commission with respect
to any matter considered at any -nreting
such person may need a record il in.,
proceedings, and, for such purpose, such
person may need to ensure that a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based.
The public is encouraged to speak on is-
sues on this Agenda that concern them.
Anyone who wishes to speak should sub-
mit the request to the recording secretary
Prior to the beginning of the meeting.

In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statutes, persons with disabilities
needing special accommodation to partici-
pate in this meeting should contact the
Planning and Development Department
no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day preced-
ing the meeting.
BL 4/30/08

NENN .


PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF NEPTUNE BEACH
Notice is hereby given that the Planning
and Development Review Board for the
City of Neptune Beach will hold a public
hearing and meeting on Tuesday, May
20, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council
Chambers, 116 First Street, Neptune
Beach, Florida. The following items are
on the agenda:
Public Workshop to Identify Community Is-
sues to be included in the Evaluation Ap-
praisal Report (EAR) Board to discuss
proposed ordinances 2008-05 amending
section 27-227 (b) (5). This section refers
to special outdoor sales events.
If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or
hearing the person will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose
may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Flori-
da Statute, persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to participate
in this meeting should contact the City
Clerk's Office no later than 5:00 pm the
day of the meeting.
BL 4/30/08


AUCTION NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the
"Self Storage Facility Act", Florida Statutes
Section 1, Part IV of Chapter 83, Laws of
Florida 1982; the personal property con-
sisting of clothing, personal items and
household goods of:
Raymond Olson, Jacksonville, B265,5x10,
futon, mirror, housthold goods.
William Martin, Atlantic Beach, B258,
5x15, household goods, misc. boxes..
Will be sold or otherwise disposed of at
10:00 AM, Saturday, May 10, 2008 to sat-
isfy lien(s) for past due rent(s) cost and
fees. Disposition will take place at: Pan
Am Mini Storage, 2383 Mayport Rd., At-
lantic Beach, FL 32233. Pan Am Mini
Storage reserves the right to reject any
and all bids and establish minimum bids to
compensate for all costs.
BL 4/23,4/30/08


AIRLINES ARE Hiring Train for high pay-
ing Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
proved program.'Financial aid if qualified.
Job placement assistance. Call Aviation
Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387.
NEED A Math Tutor? I tutor up through
Algebra I. Lyn Broderick, 247-8609. *
HVAC TECH Training! Heat up your ca-
reer No Exp needed. Get Nationally Certi-
fied in 3.5wks. Local job placement asst.
financing available Classes start now!
(877)994-9904.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL TUTORING &
ENRICHMENT. FL licensed teacher. Fin-
ish the year w/confidence. SAT prepara-
tion, creative writing. Tutor at your home.
(904)246-4509.
WORKSHOP/ AUDITION for a Young
Dancers Corps, ages 8-11; Saturday,
May 31st, 1-4 pm; Ocean Yoga Studio, At-
lantic Beach; Registration fee $10; Call
Libby at 521-7097 for more information.
ATTEND COLLEGE online from home.
Medical, business, paralegal, computers,
criminal justice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer available. Financial aid if
qualified. (866)858-2121
www.CenturaOnline.com


P/T -LAWN maintenance help. needed, i
220-2250.
SERVERS
PART-TIME, in our main dining room.
Flexible schedule includes holidays and
weekends. Applications available at Fleet
Landing Security Gate, One Fleet Landing
Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233; Fax to
(904)246-9447; e-mail tojobs@fleetland-
ing.com EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
ARE YOU patient, loving, & energetic?
Then Christ Church at San Pablo needs
you! We need additional nursery staff on
Sunday mornings and for special events.
Call Leila Quinlan at 285-7390 x246 for .
further info.
AFTERNOON PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER,
3-6pm Mon- Fri. First Baptist Weekday
Ministry at Beach. Dependable, some exp.
required. Call 246-2891 for interview.
PART-TIME FOOD Prep Person. 20-
25hrs./ week. Call after 2pm 247-8886.

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PHYSICIAN

CLOSE o HOME

Memorial Health is pleased to welcome Kenneth
Hitz, M.D to Sandcastle Family Medicine. Dr. litz
will be accepting new patients, as well as serving
existing patients of Gary Winfield, M.D. Dr. Winfeld
retired in late January.


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sandcastlefamilymedicine
MEMORIAL HEALTH

630 Jacksonville Drive,
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250


P/T FRONT Desk positions available at
private Optometric Practice. Ideal candi-
date is: a confident self-starter, dependa-
ble, responsible and able to multi-task.
Previous sales experience a plus. Fax
resume with salary requirement to:
249-7190. No agencies!
PART-TIME BOARD LIAISON
City of Atlantic Beach. $11.19/hr; 2 yrs.
admin. exp. preferred. Must be available
for approx. 3 night meetings per month on
3rd Tues. each month at 6:00 p.m. and
2nd & 4th Wed. each month at 7:00 p.m.
Applications accepted until 5/14/08, 800
Seminole Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233.
For more info call (904)247-5820 or visit
.www.coab.us. No smokers or tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
PRIVATE SCHOOL bus company needs
P/T drivers. Please call 246-3085.
NURSERY ATTENDANT. Loving person
to provide care for infants to 3yr. olds on
Sunday mornings 8:45am-12:30pm and
Wednesday evenings 5:30-8:30pm,
$10/hr. Previous child care, references
and CPR training preferred. Apply in per-
son at First Christian Church, 2125 Ocean
Front, NB, 246-2010.
PART-TIME Data Entry, M-F 9:00- 2:00
OR 2:00- 7:00 (2 positions). 30-year-old
consulting company located at Hodges
Blvd. and JTB is seeking two people to fill
their Data Entry position. Reliability a
must! Basic computer skills are required,
knowledge of Word & Outlook necessary.
Must be able to accurately input customer
information into a computerized database
system. Experience in answering a
multi-line telephone system is desired
$7.50-$8.00/hr.. Please email your re-
sume to csilva@balescompany.com or
FAX to 421-2100


NEED: TYPEWRITER repair. Old, electric
Royal Desk model. Phone 249-7015.

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.
DOG WALKER needed afterschool (ap-
prox. 3pm.). Ponte Vedra, off Marlin Rd.,
$15/wk. 280-3703.




Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
0967.
GOLF COURSE Maintenance and Asst.
Golf Supt. Full-time. Queens Harbor, good
pay, good benefits. Chris 221-5259.-

FT/ Pt Sales people needed. Apply at Sea
Shells & Coral, 230 North Boardwalk. JB.
POOL SERVICE Tech. Good driving re-
cord. Will train right person. Call Pool
Pro's. 400-4943. Ask for Aaron.
Drivers: Act Now! Sign-On Bonus 35-42
cpm Eam over $1000 weekly Excellent
Benefits Need CDL-A and 3 mos recent
OTR (800)635-8669.
RECEPTIONIST, VET TECH w/experi-
ence & reliable Kennel Assistant for busy
Animal Hospital. Apply within, 28 Corona
Rd., Ponte Vedra Beach.
ANDY'S POOLS, INC.
3 Pool Techs needed. Experience prefer-
red, but will train. Clean driving record.
401k, health benefits. Please calf
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HOME HEAlTH1AIDE
Full-time in our Assisted Living Facility at
a premier retirement community. HHA
Certificate required. Applications available
at Fleet Landing Security Gate, One Fleet
Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233;
Fax to (904)246-9447; email to:
jobs@fleetlanding.com EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace.

*BEACH DRIVERS*
Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE AGENT
needed for sales/ listings, 993-5626. Help-
U-Sell Coastal Realty.
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 11 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.
DELIVER RVS for pay! Deliver "new" RVs
to all 48 states and Canada. Get paid to
travel For. details log on to
www.GoRVing4pay.com.
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.
SOUTH BEACH SALON has chair rental
available. Call Jerry, 673-3639.
SMALL ALF in Atlantic Beach seeks full-
time 3pm-11pm and part-time 7am-3pm
and 11pm-7am staff. Please call Gloria at
249-3233. EOE.
RECEPTIONIST POSITION, F/T 8:30-
5:00, M-F. Jacksonville Beach office.
Need excellent people skills. Please fax
resume to 904-246-9008.
WAITSTAFF. ARE you flexible with hours
and have a pleasant personality? ATRIA
SENIOR LIVING is looking for you. We
are seeking experienced, full-time
waitstaff. Apply in person to 14199 WM
Davis Parkway or phone 294-5744.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
Experienced Line Cooks,'Dishwasher, &
Prep Cooks needed to assist in all aspects
of our successful 10 yr. operation. Good
pay and great people to work with. If you
ave tried the rest, come work with the
best. 285-0139.

LPN
Saturday & Sunday, 16 hour shifts in our
Assisted Living Facility at a Premiere Re-
tirement Community Excellent benefits.
Apply at Fleet Landing, One Fleet Landing
Bvd.,Atlantic Beach, FL; Fax to (904)246-
9447; e-mail to: jobs@fleetlandlng.com
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace.
SOFTWARE SALES: DesertMicro pro-
vides software for transportation logistics,
dispatch, land accounting. Since 1987,
DesertMicro has provided customers
throughout the country our software to au-
tomate through route accounting and GPS
solutions. Prospecting experience a must
along with strong PC skills for demonstrat-
ing the software. We have a proven train-
ing program for learning the sales process
and a guaranteed salary. Experienced sol-
ution reps and the ability to work inde-
pendently is required. DesertMicro is a
leader in this market segment and offers
salary plus commission, along with excel-
lent benefits, and 401K. Visit our products
at www.DesertMicro.net. Email resume
to: sales@desertmlcro.net
BODYGUARDS- COUNTER Assault
Teams Needed/ USA and Overseas $119-
$220K year. Bodyguards $250-$750 a day
18 or older. (615)885-8960 ext 300
www.BodyGuardTralningUSA.com.
HAIR & NAILS booth rental. Great new
salon, 630 S. 3rd St., Jax Bch. $200 per
week. Call JImma or Dixie 246-2121.
MORTGAGE PROCESSOR/ASSISTANT
FHA/ VA/ Cony full service lender.
993-5626 Eric Halter.
HomeSource Lending.
BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.


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April 30, 2008 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader


VETERINARY HOSPITAL Kennel Attend-
ant/ Assistant. Exp. preferred, but not re-
quired. Must be energetic, personable, &
hardworking. Apply in person at 1210 N.
3rd St., Jax Bch.
SMALL ENGINE Mechanic needed in
Ponte Vedra area. Call 285-0960.
CARPENTERS- EXPERIENCED interior
trim, must have tools and transportation.
Call Kevin (904)339-4276.
AMERICAN HOME Companions seeks
experienced live-in caregivers for the eld-
erly. Live-in 2, 3,4 or 5 days per week.
Must drive & have car. 732-2926.
SHIPYARD WORKERS (skilled, all types)
willing to travel, stevedoring workers for
local worker, construction personnel (skil-
led and unskilled). (904)726-5661.
HAIRSTYLIST
Top pay, insurance & benefits. ICW area
220-2012. Baymeadows area 519-0004.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH coffee shop
looking for full or part time barista. To
apply, email resume to:
coffeeshop235@yahoo.com.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
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.
CNA'S & HOME HEALTH AIDES Imme-
diate assignments & work close to home.
Full & Part Time, days, nights, all shifts.
Call 1-800-HomeCare or apply at:
www.ln-HomeCare:com
ACTIVITIES SPECIALIST. Atria Senior
Living is seeking an experienced, energet-
ic Activities Specialist for memory care
residents. Please apply in person at
14199 WM Davis Pkwy. or fax resume to
821-9879.
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST/ ASST.
Beaches dental team wants experienced
high energy clinical assistant w/ ability and
desire to run front office. Experience w/
PracticeWorks.preferred. We value people
who appreciate fine dentistry and all the
systems necessary to support that. 273-
9999 or Dr. Soud after hours at 571-9486.
COLONIAL LIFE seeks an entrepreneuri-
al professional with sales management
experience to be come District Manager.
A Life/ Health license is required. This op-
portunity brings with it substantial earning
potential. Please contact: meredith.brew-
er@coloniallife.com or call (904)424-5697.
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MANAGER
Looking for a take charge person to man-
age a growing portfolio of properties in the
Beaches Area. Must have a CAM license
or be working towards one. Salary plus
commission & benefits. Fax Resume to
249-8598.
PRESSURE WASHER, no experience
necessary. $8/hr to start, up to $15/hr in
1st year. CALL AFTER 6PM, 994-0045.
DATA ENTRY Operator needed for West
Beaches Financial Co. F/T, excellent ben-
efits. Email resume to:
dcaldwell@triadfs.com or fax to
(904)223-6964.
RN/ LPN for pediatric office. Exp. neces-
sary. Phone triage, shots & front desk du-
ties. Fax resume: (904)241-9006.
TRAINERS FOR day program. Work
w/adults who have M.R./D.D. M-F, 8am-
4pm. Apply 321 Penman Rd., Jax Beach,
249-8556. EOE/ DFWP
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BUSY ANIMAL clinic looking for a part-
time or full-time Receptionist, experience
helpful but not required. Apply in person at
Atlantic East Pet Center, 519 Atlantic
Blvd, Atl. Bch.


CUSTOMER SERVICE
ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATOR
For beach manufacturing co. Must be
able to follow initial customer orders from
placement through delivery. Must be able
to keep accurate records, provide price
quotes, ship dates & back order informa-
tion. Troubleshoot customer problems with
established guidelines. Act as liaison be-
tween customer and various reps. Must be
detail oriented, personable and work with
min. supervision, competitive salary, ben-
efits & 401K. Send resume to con-
tractcl @aol.com


FRONT DESK/ Office Manager Busy
medical clinic. Salary negotiable, w/bene-
fits. Fax resume to: 285-4663.
SEEKING STYLIST, Esthetician, Massage
Therapist & Nail Technician for busy Day
Spa/ Salon in Jax Bch. Must be people
person. Please apply in person at Casan-
dra & Company, 815 Third Street N.,
246-5263.
FULL TIME window cleaner needed.
Clean driving record a must. Email re-
sume to: supercleanservices@yahoo.com
MECHANICS: UP to $20,000 bonus. Keep
the Army National Guard Rolling. Fix
Humvees, Strykers, etc. Expand your
skills through career training. Be a soldier.
1-800-GO GUARD.com/mechanics.



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


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.


SALON FOR Sale. Beaches area. $25K
OBO. 881-0312.
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you earn
$800 in a day? 30 Local Machines and
Candy $9,995. (888)629-9968
BO2000033. Call us: We will not be un-
dersold!

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.
SEEKING VENDORS for Arts & Craft
shows, Home & Patio shows, Business
expos at Orange Park Mall, Regency
Square Mall, Ponce de Leon Mall, Volusia
Mall. For more info (904)514-6046.
GUARANTEED WEEKLY. Settlement
Check. Join Wil-Trans Lease Operator
Program. Get the Benefits of Being a
Lease Operator without any of the Risk.
(866)906-2982. Must be 23.
HOME INSPECTION BUSINESS, Nation-
al Franchise, $24K, consider trade
-for "large' boat;' Grat JAX' lOdatidn,'
(904)249-9946.
T .-, 5


LOVING IN-HOME Child Care PVB. Ages
6 weeks and up. HRS licensed. 8 years
experience.Call Tammy at 524-7224.
OPENINGS FOR 1 & 2 year olds, PT/ FT,
Gold Seal. Beaches Academy, 246-3885.




CAREGIVER (CNA) Available now for
Beaches and Southside. Flexible, kind,
with references. 285-8411.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified@beachesleader.com
CARE FOR your love ones, light house-
keeping, meals included. Tues, Wed., and
Thursday. Call (904)247-4379, Zerlin
CNA/ COMPANION, 17 yrs. experience.
Will consider live-in. Please call between
9am-3pm. Ask for Ms. Jones. 356-8932.


THREE HUGE Sago Palms. $100ea. You
dig & haul. Call 241-4344
KEEP COOL in a Kayak Pool! Payments
as low as $119.00/month. Homeowners
Wanted Be a Demo Homesite $ Save
Thousands $. Lifetime Warranty.
(866)348-7560.
TPC TICKETS, 3 weekly badges, 1 week-
ly on-site parking. 273-0464.
EASY UP white tent, including sides & ex-
tras, used twice, $250. 280-0201.
LAWN MOWER, brand new. Cub Cadet,
self propelled, 3 yr warranty. Cost $300,
sell $200, 246-3555.
BOAT COVER for 17' or 18' flats boat that
has poling platform, trolling motor & cast-
ing platform. Less than lyr. old. Cost $850
new. Only $100. 246-4104.
MICKEY MANTLE- Joe DiMaggio,
original oil paintings, signed, $6000.
(904)993-8424, collectors.
HOTPOINT REFRIG. almond, 17.7 cu.ft.,
clean inside, excellent working condition.
$65 cash, 241-4012.
TROLLING MOTOR- Motor Guide, 24volt,
821b. thrust, 60" shaft, only lyr. old, 2yr.
warranty left. $395 OBQ. 246-4104.. .-.
QUEEN BEDROOM set, 7pcs +matt., light
wood w/ beach grass art. $900. 704-4006.
TILLER- REAR Tine, 4.0hp Craftsman.
$125. Jax Beach. 249-5185.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173,
992-1470.
OCEANFRONT TIMESHARE, Daytona
Beach. Red week studio unit in all new
Turtle End Beach Club, $2500 246-8911.
BRIDGESTONE DUELERS HT-205-70
15" new tires, mounted on 5 lug Toyota
alum. mags. All (4) $175 cash, 241-4012
or 333-3057.
DO YOU Experience Anxiety? There are
answers in this book. Buy and read Self
Analysis by L. Ron Hubbard. Price $15.00.
Hubbard Dianetics Foundation (813)872-
0722. E-mail cofstampa@gmail.com.
KENMORE WASHER & DRYER, $150 for
both. Pay $5-$10 for old ones. 641-9667,
838-5411.
PALMS CASUAL furniture frames & ta-
bles, needs reupholstering, 19 items total,
Best Offer. 246-3033, day or night.
DOWNSIZING TWIN bedroom set-
dresser, night table, springs & mattresses
$400. King bedroom set- 5pcs, solid ma-
hogany $500. Green leather loveseat
$650. Four upholstered wood bar stools
$500. Two end tables $50. Tan leather re-
cliner $40. Patio table & 4 chairs $295.
Two swivel lounge chairs $90. Glass top
coffee table, king size headboard, deacon
bench & misc. items. Telephone 992-
3787.
ROACHES? HARRIS Famous Roach
Tablets, Guaranteed to kill roaches since
1922. Over 100 tablets treats entire home,
less than $5. Sold 'at Publix, Ace. Hard-
ware Stores, (800)637-0317.
MEDICAL'EQUIPMENT- Wheelchair, in-
side dommode, reclining power chair, ad-
justable hospital bed, shower transfer
chair, Power lift, Dynavox Speaking Series
5, hospital bedside table, kitchen desk,
bookshelf, walker, battery backup power
supply, Madentec computer tracking de-
vice. (904)273-1634.


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

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Ave. Furniture, misc. household, etc.


YARD SALE Oak Harbor, 1141 Panuco
Ave. N., Friday 8:30am-4:30pm, Saturday,
8:30am-2pm. Little of something for all.
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE! Selva
Linkside. Seminole Rd. to 11th St. right on
Linkside Dr. Saturday, 5/3, 8am-11am.



*GRAND OPENING!*
SATURDAY, MAY 3RD AT 9AM
The Nearly New Shop, the "only" thrift
store located on Mayport Naval
Base,open to retired & civilians with base
access, has MOVED from Building #27.
OUR NEW LOCATION
709A & 709B EVERGLAPES CT.
Join us for our ribbon cutting ceremony,
refreshments & face painting.. (Supported
by the Navy Wives Clubs of America,
Mayport Chapter #20, A non-profit organi-
zation).


SEASIDE- COMMUNITY Garage Sale,
Saturday ,May 3rd, 8am-2pm. Located on
A1A, 1/4 mile north of Mickler Rd.
FIDDLERS MARSH Community Sale!
Saturday, 5/3 8am-? Turn east into
LAtrium opposite Publix Sawgrass, go
around L'Atrium Circleto Fiddlers. Happy
Hunting.


COMMUNITY SALE Solano Woods,
Saturday Bam-noon, Rain date Sunday
Bam-noon (Solano Rd. off A1A).



SATURDAY 9-1, Jumbo yard sale- too
much to list. 4020 Eunice Rd. (Isle of
Palms, off Beach Blvd).
YARD SALE, Church Fund Raiser Satur-
day May 3rd, 8AM-1PM, Calvary Angli-
can Church 3044 San Pablo Rd. (North
of Beach Blvd.)


1991 CORRECT Craft Sports Nautique.
New upholstery & carpet, runs great, wake
board tower & racks w/ trailer, $11,500.
716-3853.
BOAT SLIP For Rent, Harbortown Marina,
40', $450/mo. 463-2845.
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1992 COLEMAN Pop-up Camper. AC,
kitchen, hot, shower. Sleeps 6. Needs
repair but usable as is. $1200 OBO.
246-3300



1996 FORD F150 XLT, automatic, loaded,
A/C, topper, dual gas tanks, trailer hitch,
black with gray interior. 110,000 miles.
One owner. $4800. 246-2696.


2002 FORD F150 XLT 4x4. 73,000mi.,
sharp truck 33's, tint, rails, toolbox,
$13,900 OBO. Call Tom 349-3939.


2001 MERCURY Sable LS SW, white,
leather, 3rd seat, 80K, $5000. ($1200 be-
low wholesale). 221-8699.
93 YEAR OLD selling 1998 Mercury Sable
GS Ford/ LS, 34,300 original miles. Kept
mechanically & body in excellent condi-
tion. 4 door, auto, P/S, P/B, PDL, fully
equipped, $5500 firm. Call daughter
221-4543.


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FREE CONSULTATION: (904)629-8410.
GOING AWAY? Let us care for your
home. "IN LIEU OF YOU" 285-4131.
Serving Beaches and Ponte Vedra
20 years.



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.

SQUEAKY CLEAN, experienced, li-
censed, insured & bonded cleaning serv-
ice. New customers $20 off first cleaning.
Free estimates. 307-0321.
CLEANING BRAZILIAN Style- Houses,
Offices. Exc. refs., licensed. (904)236-
0741.
AFFORDABLE WINDOW CLEANING,
16 years experience. Reasonable prices,
low minimum rates, weekend appoint-
ments available. (904)525-7419.
HAVING A hard time finding someone you
can trust to clean your home? Never fear,
Dust Bunny is here! Reasonable prices.
Refs avail. 343-8547.
GREEN CLEEN organic non-toxic clean-
ing for clean and healthy home or office.
Exceptional service, reasonable rates,
years of experience, excellent references.
Call Kay 514-8092. Your satisfaction guar-
anteed.
AN AMAZINGLY Clean House by Natasha
is expanding. Excellent prices and
detailed work. Lots of ref's. available!
210-1360.
AFFORDABLE, QUALITY House. Clean-
ing Services. Call Silvia 904-434-,429,, ,
AFFORDABLE CLEANING SERVICE.
Many years experience; references availa-
ble. Call Kelly for estimate, 238-9040.
I DON'T cut corners, I clean them. For
reasonable fees, call Betty Lees.
(904)238-6435 or (904)200-2942.


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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.


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


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INEXPENSIVE "QUALITY" "Reliable*
basic lawn service (mow, blow & edge) for
beaches residents. Most yards $25 & up.
Call 874-2707,


USED TRAILER only for jet ski. 3-seater,
7001b. capacity. 904-233-4097.

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AFFORDABLE LAWN CARE. Professio-
nal/ Timely/ Licensed. References availa-
ble! Call Wayne 626-5234, 246-8344.
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.



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


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


FULL EXTERIOR Cleaning. Let us do
your Spring Cleaning. Quality Service,
Affordable Price. 525-0197.
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe roof cleaning. Spotless window
cleaning. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.



PERFECT SEALING & COATING INC.
Never Paint your house again. We seal
coat with 10 year warranty: brick pavers,
pool deck, home exteriors, tile, roofs,
stamp concrete. The professional sealing
& coating experts. 904-637-9653.
www.perfectsealinginc.com
STEVEN'S HOME Improvements. Int./
ext. painting, faux finishes, wood replace-
ment, pressure washing & more. Lic. &
ins. We guarantee our work! (904)247-
6,41 or ,1374469
A PLUS QUALITY PAINTING INC.
Top-notch work guaranteed. 17yrs. experi-
ence. Painting, Trim, Carpentry, Pool
Deck Recoat, Wood Repair, Pressure
Washing. Licensed/ Insured. Free esti-
mates. 861-9500.
BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.
610-7768.


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Home & office repair and maintenance.
(904)334-6091.
POOL DECK/ DRIVEWAY, Cleaning,
Staining, Resurfacing. Stamped Concrete
and Custom texture. Licensed/ Insured.
Free estimates. 861-9500.
QUALITY HOME REPAIR: Painting,
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Wednesday, April 30
Aardy Party: An "Aardy
Party" to celebrate
author/illustrator Lindsay
Barrett George's newest book,
"Alfred Digs," will be held
from 6-7 p.m. in the
Community Room of the
Beaches Branch Library, 600
Third St., Neptune Beach.
Barrett George lives in north-
eastern Pennsylvania with her
eight pets. The book features a
feisty aardvark, hence the
name of the gathering. For
information, call Virginia
Maxted at 992-1171. The event
is presented by Friends of
Beaches Branch Library.

ALCU: National Security
and Civil Liberties will be dis-
cussed from 7-9:30 p.m. at the
University of North Florida,
University Center, Bldg. 43, 1
University Dr. The event, co-
sponsored by CAIR of Florida,
ACLU of Northeast Florida and
Florida Center for Public &
International Policy at UNF, is
free and open to the public.
Parking is free, also. A partici-
pating panel, moderated by
Ken Hurley, ACLU of
Northeast Florida, consists of
David Cole, The Nation's legal
affairs correspondent and a
professor at Georgetown
University Law Center; Hina
Shamsi, a staff attorney with
the ACLU's National Security
Project; Nancy Soderberg,'who
has nearly 20 years of experi-
ence in the formation of U.S.
foreign policy; and Parvez
Ahmed, chairman of the board
for the Council on American-
Islamic Relations. For informa-
tion, contact Hurley at aclu-
jax@yahoo.com or 391-1884.

Baskin-Robbins Special:
Baskin-Robbins hosts its sec-
ond annual 31 Cent School
Night from 5-10 p.m. at all
2,700 stores nationwide, to
include the Baskin-Robbins at
719 Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic
Beach. The ice cream shop will
reduce the price on its 2.5-
ounce scoop to 31 cents.
Baskin-Robbins again will part-
ner with the National Fallen
Firefighters Foundation by
donating $100,000 to the
organization. Additionally, 31
firefighters across the country
will be honored for demon-
strating exemplary community
service.

Ponte Vedra Chamber: An
after-hours mixer will be held
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the
Ponte Vedra Wellness Center,
880 A1A North-Suite 3.
Members and first-time guests
are free.

Showhouse Ticket
Locations: Tickets forthe 2008
Jacksonville Symphony Guild
Designer Showhouse and
Gardens, presented by Bank of
America in Pablo Creek
Reserve and running through
May 11, are available in a vari-
ety of ways. Tickets are avail-
able online at www.jaxsym-
phonyshowhouse.com, by
calling the Guild office at 904-
358-1479 or at the Pablo Creek
Reserve Sales Office, 5050 S.


Wednesday
Art Association: The Pablo
Towers Art Association meets
from 12:30-3 p.m. Call 246-
4158 for information.

Cancer Support Group:
The Cancer Support Group at
Baptist Medical Center
Beaches meets at 6 p.m. at the
Florida Cancer Center in
Medical Office Building B on
the hospital campus. Call 247-
2910 for information.

Grief Support Group for
Women: A Grief Support
Group for Women meets from
6-7:30 p.m. the second and
fourth Wednesdays of every
month at Beaches Women's
Partnership, 1122 Third St.,
Neptune Beach. Women griev-
ing the death of a loved one
are welcome to attend. For
information, call the partner-
ship at 249-1450.

Overeaters Anonymous:
Overeaters Anonymous meets
at 7 p.m. every Wednesday at
Baptist Beaches East Pavilion.
Enter left of Main Entrance.
For information, call 704-
4782.

Spiritual Enrichment
Lessons: Spiritual Enrichment
Lessons and Meditation will
be held at 7:30 p.m. at the
Ribault Garden Center, corner
of 7th Street North and 2nd
Avenue North, Jacksonville


San Pablo Road, on day of visit.
They also are available at the
following locations:
Jacksonville-Avondale Gift
Boutique, 3650 St. Johns Ave.,
387-9557; Designs of the
Interior, St. Johns Town
Center, 4663 River City Dr.,
Suite 101, 620-8100; Liberty
Furniture, 5555 University
Blvd. W., 737-3700; Olde
Green Cupboard, 10950 San
Jose Blvd., 880-6656; The
Wardroom Ltd., 1969 San
Marco Ave., 396-1091, and The
Wardroom Ltd., 1520
Prudential Dr., 396-7886;
Atlantic Beach-Shore Things,
725-A Atlantic Blvd., 249-
1313; Ponte Vedra Beach-
Mineral City, 240 A1A North,
285-4784; Village Jeweler of
Ponte Vedra, 880 Sawgrass
Village Dr., 285-4812; and also
Curves for Women at the
Beaches-1569 Atlantic Blvd.,
241-0101; 210 3rd Ave. S., 270-
2171; 13947 #104 Beach Blvd,
992-2260; and 278 Solana
Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, 280-
5565

Thursday, May 1
Amelia Island Chamber
Music Tickets for the 2008
Amelia Island Chamber Music
Festival go on sale to the gen-
eral public May 1. The event
will be held May 30-June 15,
and details can be found at
AICMF.com. The festival is
seeking volunteers for ticket
sales and office assistance. Call
Mike at 261-1779 to volunteer.

Authors at Bookmark:
Local authors Dr. C.W.
Randolph and Genie James
will be at The Bookmark; 299
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
at 7 p.m. to discuss and sign
copies of their new health
book, "From Belly Fat to Belly
Flat: How Hormones Are
Adding Inches to Your
Waistline and Subtracting
Years from Your Life."
Randolph and James' book
looks at the effect estrogen has
on weight-gain. Randolph is a
local physician and 'frequent
speaker for medical and
women's organizations. James
co-founded the Natural
Hormone Institute of America
and serves as executive director.
of Women's Medicine Inc. For
information, call 241-9026.

Auxiliary Meets: Ocean
Beaches American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 129 meets at 7
p.m. at 1151 4th St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach.
Nominations for 2008-2009
officers will be received.
Members are encouraged to
bring a guest. For information,
call 249-2266 or 242-0042.

Beaches Kiwanis: The
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville
Beaches meets at 12 p.m. at
Selva Marina Country Club.
Speaker will be Martin Wander,
the program will. be Airport
Design and Renovation. The
cost to non-members is $15.
For information, call club pres-
' ident Neil Powell at 343-3571
or visit
www.beacheskiwanis.com.


Beach. A love offering will be
collected. Call 246-0186 for
information.

Toastmasters of Ponte
Vedra: Toastmasters of Ponte
Vedra meets from 7:30-8:45
a.m. in, the administration
building of the Ponte Vedra
Inn and Club. Coffee is
served. For more information,
call Michael Steele at 904-910-
1982 or visit http://pontve-
drabeach.freetoasthost.net.

Yoga for Health: Yoga for
Health & Healing is offered
from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at
the Neptune'Beach Senior
Activity Center. The class is
designed for those reluctant to
attend a regular class but want
to learn the fundamentals of
yoga. For information, con-
tact Leslie Lyne at the Senior
Activity Center, 270-1688, or
call the teacher, Nancy
Rathburn, at 386-6453.

Thursday
Kiwanis Beaches: Kiwanis
Club of Jacksonville Beaches
meets at 12 'p.m. at Selva
Marina Country Club, 1600
Selva Marina Dr., Atlantic
Beach. Visit www.beacheski-
wanis.com for information.

Overeaters Anonymous:
Overeaters Anonymous meets
at 7 p.m. every Thursday at
Coastal Baptist Church (Rear),
750 Girvin Road. For informa-


Cultural Center Support:
Underwood Jewelers hosts a
Leslie Greene Trunk Show May
1-2 at its Ponte Vedra Beach
store, 330 A1A North-Suite
204, that will benefit the
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach. The show is open to the
public from 2-5 p.m. May 1
and from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May
2. There also will be an exclu-
sive reception from 5:30-8 p.m.
May for the Cultural Center's
Renaissance Society. Ten per-
cent of all Leslie Greene jewel-
ry sold during those time
frames will be. donated to the
Cultural Center. For informa-
tion, call Underwood Jewelers
at 280-1202 or the Cultural
Center at 280-0614.

FRA General Meeting: Fleet
Reserve Association Branch
290 holds its monthly General
Assembly meeting at 8 p.m. at
the Branch Home, 360
Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach.
All members and prospective
members are invited to attend.
New members are always wel-
come. For information, call
246-6855.

Mothers & More: Mothers &
More First Coast meets at 7
p.m. at Baptist Medical Center
Beaches. The guest speaker will
be Lori Morganlee, who will
discuss family law. All mothers
are welcome to attend.
Mothers & More is a national
non-profit organization that
offers Mom's Night Out, play-
groups, book club, monthly
activities with and without
children and "More." For infor-
mation, call 858-3372 or email
a.e.frank@att.net

National Day of Prayer:
The First Coast National Day of
Prayer, which encompasses
five counties, will be held from
4-8:30 p.m. in the South End
Zone at Jacksonville
Municipal Stadium. Radical
Youth Worship & Prayer,
Children's Drop-In Prayer
Stations and a Ministry &
Marketplace Fair will be offered
from 4-6 p.m. Fair registration
ends April 22. Pastors' Prayer
Time will be from 5-6:00 p.m:
A main prayer service will be
held from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Parking for the first 1,200 cars
in Lots C, D and E is free. To
volunteer or get information,
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deloresmoore44@yahoo.com
or call 904-744-0499.

St. Paul's Giant Rummage
Sale: The annual Giant
Rummage Sale at St. Paul's
Catholic Church celebrates its
25th year. The event will be
held May 1-4 in St. Paul's
Catholic School's gym, the cor-
ner of 5th Street North and 1st
Avenue North. The sale is open
from 5-10 p.m. Thursday, 5-11
p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-ll p.m.
Saturday, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Sunday, when it's half price all
day, followed, at 4 p.m.
Sunday, the $1 bag sale.
Eighteen days are spent getting
ready for the event. A
Highwayman painting was one
of last year's discoveries.


tion, call 220-2939.
Friday
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.

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.


Small Business Awards: The
16th annual Small Business
Week Celebration will be held
from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the
University Center on the
University of North Florida
campus. The event will feature
Bo Burlingham, author of
"Small Giants," who has been
inside some of the more
remarkable companies in
America. The U.S. Small
Business Administration will
present its Small Business
Week awards, spotlighting the
contributions of North Florida
business leaders and champi-
ons at the district level. The
U.S. SBA also will recognize 10
of North Florida's top SBA
Lenders. The registration fee is
$35 per person; corporate
tables of eight are available at
$500. Each attendee will
receive a copy of Burlingham's
"Small Giants." To register, call
904-620-2476 or go to
www.sbdc.unf.

Friday, May 2
Auxiliary Jewelry Sale: The
Auxiliary of Baptist Medical
Center Beaches holds a Hand
Crafted Jewelry sale, with jew-
elry by Sherry Bowers, from 7
a.m.-4 p.m. in the hospital
lobby. Everyone is welcome.
For information, call 627-2960.

Dutter Retirement: Bill
Dutter, longtime principal at
Seabreeze Elementary School,
is retiring, and a party in his
honor will be held starting at 7
p.m. at the Jacksonville Beach
school. Desserts and coffee will
be served as Dutter's 35 years
of service are celebrated. The
event is an adults-only func-
tion. Questions and RSVPs
may be directed to 482-9962.

First Friday Art Walk: The
First Friday Art Walk is held the
first Friday of each month in
St. Augustine. The latest
exhibits, along with music,
entertainment and refresh-
ments, will be on display at
more than 20 participating gal-
leries. 'Tours begin at
Rembrandtz American Craft
Gallery, 131 King Street.


Galleries are open from 5-9
p.m. St. Augustine Sightseeing
Trains and Old Town Trolleys
offer a complimentary shuttle
service that runs on a continu-
ous loop every 30 minutes. For
information, call 904-829-
0065 or visit www.staugustine-
galleries.com.

Folk Festival: The Gamble
Rogers Folks Festival will be
held for the first time on the
St. Johns County Fairgrounds
May 2-4. The festival serves as
a tribute to Gamble Rogers, a
local folk music icon whose
guitar picking and storytelling
made him a national treasure.
The festival, which features
nearly 70 performers, kicks off
at 7 p.m. Friday with perform-
ances by four bands included
in the $25 ticket price.
Saturday afternoon and
evening features a full slate of
more than a dozen perform-


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combination ticket of $40. A
day-only Saturday pass, 11
a.m.-5 p.m., is $25, while a
Saturday evening pass is $25.
Admission for Sunday, 11 a.m.-
5 p.m., is $25.,A full weekend
pass is $60 in advance, $75 at
the door. Children under .12
are free with a paid adult,
excluding Saturday night's per-
formance, when admission for
children is $10. For informa-
tion, call 904-208-5210 or visit
Swww.gamblefest.com.

Foundation Academy:
Foundation Academy: The
Foundation Academy, 107 3rd
St. S., Jacksonville Beach, holds
its spring musical, "How to
Succeed in Business Without
Really Trying," May 2-4 and
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Beaches Fine Arts

Series offers prep

session for triathlon

Beaches Fine Arts Series hosted a Duathlon
on April 19 at the Town of Nocatee. The
Duathlon, a 2-mile run, followed by a 12
mile bike, followed by a 2-mile run, was a
new race for Beaches Fine Arts Series, which
annually hosts a Sprint Triathlon Series as a
benefit for its free fine arts programs.
Approximately 175 athletes participated in
the race under clear skies and perfect condi-
tions. The course, designed by Steve Curran,
was described by athletes as both beautiful
and functional. The race took place in the
community of Coastal Oaks, with some of
the bike course on Palm Valley Road and
Crosswater Parkway. The pre and post race
activities took place in the Riverwood com-
munity.
Overall male winners were Justin Jacobs,
JacksonvTille at 52:23; Joseph Sindad, St.
Augustine at 55:23; Steve Pettit, Atlantic
Beach at 55:38. Overall female winners were
Colleen Nicoulin, Port Orange at 1:01:14;
Kellie Smirnoff, Jacksonville at 1:03:31; Liz
Boudreaux, Atlantic Beach at 1:05:54.
Bike Fitters of Ponte Vedra Beach donated a
Kuota K Factor Full Carbon Frameset valued
at $1799 and the winner was John Snow of
Ponte Vedra Beach.
The Beaches Fine Arts Duathlon was a pre-
lude to the Lifestyles Realtors Beaches Fine
Arts Sprint Triathlon Series (BFAST), which
begins on May 17 at Mickler's Landing in
Ponte Vedra Beach.
"We felt that presenting a duathlon prior
to our triathlons would encourage people to
train and would offer a chance for those who
are uncomfortable with the swim portion of
the triathlons to participate in a race without
a swim," said Liza Bowcock, Race Director for
the Duathlon. "For new racers as well as
experienced ones,.we will host our annual
Triathlon Clinic at Cannaday Building on the
Mayo Clinic campus on Thursday, May 1
from 7-9 p.m."
The clinic will focus on concepts of
triathlon, including race day preparations,
equipment setup, and nutrition. The clinic
will feature the Mayo sports medicine doc-
tors along with experienced triathletes who
will share tips and experiences. There will be
break-out sessions for both novices and more
experienced triathletes.
This clinic is followed on Saturday, May 3,
at 8 a.m with a hands-on triathlon tutorial
hosted by Hammerhead Racing at Mickler's
Landing, the site of our races. For informa-
tion about either of these clinics or the
triathlon series, call 270-2074.
Applications for the races may be down-
loaded at the website at
www.bfastriathlon.org or register online at
www.active.com.


photos submitted
Top, the runners in the Beaches Fine Arts Series Duathlon
take off. Tracy Morris, left, teacher at Jacksonville Beach
Elementary School performs the National Anthem prior to the
race. Above, winner Justin Jacobs from Jacksonville on the
run.
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FROM STAFF


Get hooked on fishing, not
drugs will be held May 3 from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with free fish-
ing for children ages 15 and
under.
The event will be held at
Huguenot Park at 3rd Street
South and 16th Avenue South.
Photos will be taken of chil-
dren with their fish catches.


Free hot dogs, hamburgers
and drinks available. Kids of
all ages are invited for other,
activities, including a petting
zoo, pony rides, games and
more.
There will also be a Dunk
the Cop booth as well as
prizes.
The day of fun will be spon-
sored by the Jacksonville


Beach Police Department and
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
Prizes will be given for
three fishing categories:
largest fish caught, smallest
fish caught, and largest
amount caught.
For more.information con-
tact Sergeant Thom Bingham
at 247-6193


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